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    [–] A Jewish woman and a Palestinian woman protesting together in 1973, 1992, and 2001. ySyUsSan -1 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    Agreed, that Palestinian women should stop protesting and go home. Best wait for people who don't care to figure it out for her.

    [–] I went out in public dressed like this. 15 year old me circa 2007. ySyUsSan -2 points ago in blunderyears

    Really? I kinda feel the nose piercing is the late 2010s 20 year old version of late 2000s 13 year old lollipop (being different is very important to me).

    Though if I'm reading this right you are basically just saying you'd bang op now, but you are trying to say it in a flattering way.

    [–] A Jewish woman and a Palestinian woman protesting together in 1973, 1992, and 2001. ySyUsSan 28 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    Nah, listening to one American born jew with no horse in the race denounce an entire country must encompass the entirety of an extremely complex situation.

    [–] One of R. Kelly’s alleged victims just broke her nondisclosure agreement to speak out ySyUsSan -2 points ago in Music

    BuzzFeed is "legitimate," but I will never read their crap because they are bias as fuck and support themselves through nefarious means. In my book that makes them pretty illegitimate, but I get they are not exactly fake news (most the time).

    [–] TIL Sabrina Pasterski built a single engine airplane by the time she was 14 y/o, at 16 became the youngest person ever to fly their own plane; graduated MIT in 3 years with a 5.0 GPA and is now 24 at Harvard getting a PhD in high energy physics. ySyUsSan 3 points ago in todayilearned

    Ive known if her for a bit through personal connections. They went to imsa, and I heard she is way more #2. Also super weird relationship with her dad, her dad runs her personal website (it's a fansite) and I'm 99% sure he probably posted this.

    Perhaps unsurprisingly her parents basically forces this life upon her, and I guess lucky for her she adapted to it, but putting it lightly she is socially stunted.

    [–] Bannon has alt-left the White House and the T_D mods are taking flack for trying to make it seem like everything is still altright ySyUsSan -9 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago) in SubredditDrama

    Why is this even news or drama? Ask always defaulted to sort by new to encourage discussion, and Donald always deleted comments criticizing Trump. This is in their bio... They have to support anything Trump does on that sub, it's literal shit posting. Anytime Trump does something people will go, either left trolls or actual supporters dissenting, and be critical. The comment then gets reported and deleted.

    [–] I heard your new man is a lame ySyUsSan 1 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    I refuse to use indicators to if I'm being sarcastic in a comment. If I say something and you get mad then I'm happy, if you laugh then I'm equally happy.

    [–] MRW I see all these celebrities and companies virtue signalling against Nazis lately ySyUsSan 4 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago) in reactiongifs

    When you act like half of Americans are Nazis but you're part of the good half, it's complete virtue signalling.

    When a corporation makes a political statement there are two things you could wager it is. Either the CEO has gone rouge and is making a political statement and everyone on the board is super pissed at potential incoming push back; or the board thinks this can be great PR for the image and really don't give a shit. This is a corporation not a think tank on morality.

    Anytime a corporation makes a political statement for PR, it's totally virtue signalling. Hey fellow minded customer, we hate Nazis too, buy our stuff, we are the good company who hates Nazis. Since I think it's good for business, it's virtue signalling

    Take the tiki touches. If Nazis were going to match and buy that shit every day the industry would really grow. However if they just use it once and now tikis are going to be labelled as hate symbols by southern poverty law (wouldn't put it past those hacks), sales will take. So they needed to get out ahead of this, and get the word out they don't support Nazis, please keep buying our product.

    In the case of Uber they have been suffering hate from a lot of people, but especially the PC crowd. How to get score easy painless points with them, send out an email saying Nazis are bad.

    If you still don't believe this, just look at these comments and all these people all the sudden willing to shill for companies and praising them for this. I can't believe of easily people fall for stuff like this. If corporations really cared why don't they help with their massive resources? Instead of making a worthless statement? Fund programs that attempt to work with individual Nazis and teach them tolerance, those programs have worked amazingly, but no, this is just an ad campaign so don't be shocked when it turns out to be cheaper to just send an email.

    [–] I heard your new man is a lame ySyUsSan 0 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    Typical token white guy complex.

    [–] KKK denied permit to burn cross atop symbolic mountain in Georgia ySyUsSan 1 points ago in news

    One guy says 95+% of people he disagrees with are Nazis. . Nother man point unequivocally proven.

    [–] Spot the Difference ySyUsSan 2 points ago in esist

    What are you doing in our safe space? Either learn how to blindly circle jerk to identity politics, or be the ironic racist.

    [–] Vsauce /pol/ edition ySyUsSan 1 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago) in 4chan

    Table 42

    White females raped by black males 194,270×.167=32443.

    Well vsauce really did their research huh.

    [–] These 12 women shown up in this picture have 775 confirmed Nazi kills ySyUsSan 0 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    Soviets threw away a lot of lives because they first made a treaty with the Nazis and then betrayed them for imperialistic expansion. The Western allies knew this and is why they had an uneasy alliance with Soviet Russia.

    [–] Clayton ySyUsSan 0 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    Yes the point that you are talking out of your ass you dandy.

    [–] Google cancels Neo-Nazi site registration soon after it was dumped by GoDaddy ySyUsSan 6 points ago in technology

    As any analogy, this is terrible. To sell Nazi flags you'd have to buy them yourselves. Google isn't producing these Nazi materials. They aren't promoting the material.

    A better analogy would be someone sews a Nazi flag. They want all their Nazi flags to use a specific thread with some complicated PLU code no human would bother remembering. Moreover if anyone else wants that red thread in their Nazi flag, they want people to get access to the PLU code. So they pay Google to keep a dictionary that says Nazi red thread is code ######.

    Google doesn't sell the thread, Google doesn't make the thread, Google simple tells you how to interpret Nazi red thread into a PLU code.

    Back to the terrible analogy, not that mine is even good, if everyone refused to stop selling Nazi flags then you have effectively censored. Now people like you don't care, but one day we censor all the bad stuff, next we censor all the good stuff that inconveniences those in power.

    [–] "Is President Obama going to finally mention the words radical Islamic terrorism? If he doesn't he should immediately resign in disgrace!" 10:58 AM - 12 Jun 2016 ySyUsSan 1 points ago in TrumpCriticizesTrump

    Really a hard number to come up with, but still interested. Casualities vs fatalities, those who had a manifesto making their intentions clear vs who is lumped in by the media. The point is both are bad; but, knowing that number might better inform which to devote more time to stopping.

    Though at this point it seems it's just a game where you have to uncomfortably pick backhandedly being a minor apologist for one side. All the while both go ham.

    [–] "Is President Obama going to finally mention the words radical Islamic terrorism? If he doesn't he should immediately resign in disgrace!" 10:58 AM - 12 Jun 2016 ySyUsSan 13 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago) in TrumpCriticizesTrump

    This sub is very ironic. Which Trump do you support? It seems most the time people here side with the Trump criticizing Obama, maybe only for the benefit of criticizing current Trump. Yet still you are supporting Trump's argument. Just showing something to be hypocritical can't discredit both arguments.

    Should Obama have not made a point to not use the words radical Islamic extremism, or should Trump not label this act as radical Nazi extremism?


    I think this has parallels to the previous echo chambers of Reddit when westboro church became a thing. Atheist here were quick to say all Christians are like this, no all religions. It became a bit of a national talking point, but your average American isn't dumb they know what radical fringe sects are. However for the same reason that the internet breeds deep web racism, it harbors shallow web smugness.

    Some dumb people think all Arabs or all white people, but your average person isn't that dumb. We can't police ourselves for their benefit. I think Obama, if he was maybe it was media, shouldn't have avoided the correct label, and neither should Trump now.

    [–] You don't get to be both a nazi and a proud American. We literally had a war about this... The whole world was involved! ySyUsSan 1 points ago in pics

    Fortunately*

    Also thank you for pointing out the hypocrisy of calling someone unamerican, a parallel accusations they use against those they likewise find undesirable.

    Patriotism and love for America isn't about supporting any individuals, it's about supporting their rights. What America stands for is yes fighting to defend Nazis rights to speech, so that we can defeat those ideas with other thoughts and ideas. How thoughts and ideas are meant to be beat, not by silencing or grand standing.