- Oct 27, 2017
Reign doesn’t rise.
Yup but it's still rising. The Orange fuckwit is right and wrong at the same time. The rise = more and more punks are emboldened to act on their white supremacism.
It strikes me more as how you'd give an apology when Mom told you that you don't get to PlayStation if you don't.I kinda love the completely lackadaisical way he answers the question. "Yeah I dunno, some of these people are bad, I guess, or whatever".
It's like you're asking a friend which of the two shitty lunch-places you should go to.
Obviously though, he doesn't see this a a problem. Partly because white, male, identity is his in-group (with all that it encompasses; overtly stated or otherwise clearly implied), but also because he is - as has been said many, many times - a profoundly uncurious person.
Even if he wasn't a remarkably shallow, spiteful person whose understanding of other people is informed by discredited 19th century race-science, he would still be an absolute dullard who never once in his life ever entertained the notion that you could "better yourself" in any way - or why you would do so in the first place.
I think the underlying critique in both of our examples boil down to the same sentiment - a complete disinterest about anything outside of your own, particular and immediate wants and needs, and - when pressed - getting a barely-bothered-to-give-a-fuck-response.
I honestly wouldn't put it past him being jealous the shooter gave a shout out to some YTber and not him.
He just shrugged and said "I guess". This piece of shit. I bet the small group of people he is referring to isn't even white nationalists, it's people with mental health issues, I just know it. His whole statement is leaning towards the idea that as we learn more I bet he is hoping the shooter had mental health issues that he can use to avoid the that white nationalism played a central part in the shooting
I think if anyone doubts his facism at this point, I think it's fair to say that they dont understand what facism is or are too scared to admit what they are.