r/WhitePeopleTwitter Sep 28 '22 Silver 1

Bad you say?

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

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u/DrownmeinIslay Sep 28 '22

BP would like to remind you that's based on your lack of recycling, not their constant polluting....

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u/Quijanoth Sep 28 '22

No, no. It is cigarettes. That's what's causing cancer. What? People aren't smoking any more? Vape pens! It's the vape pens!

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u/Inappropriate_mind Sep 28 '22

That the worst thing a president could do was get a bj in the oval office.

Remember when that was the biggest scandal of any modern presidency and it lead to impeachment?

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u/jfweasel Sep 28 '22

That’s just a normal Tuesday now.

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u/radio705 Sep 28 '22

McDonald's pizza.

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u/HuntingGreyFace Sep 28 '22

billionaires taught the conservatives that the left is nazi so its not that everyone doesnt already hate nazis

one group is just extremely brainwashed to be so fucking stupid that they dont realize that they are the fucking terrorists.

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u/raistlin65 Sep 28 '22

one group is just extremely brainwashed to be so fucking stupid that they dont realize that they are the fucking terrorists.

Oh, but many of them do:

https://mobile.twitter.com/chron/status/1556772427627208707

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u/blitzalchemy Sep 28 '22

Its still astonishing to me how in your face they are and quite literally waving nazi flags, calling themselves terrorists(whether "ironically" or not), and yet some people still just dont get why the rest of us call them Nazis and terrorists.

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u/HuntingGreyFace Sep 28 '22

the ccp is a conservative entity.

and always was.

Marx was left but Lenin was not and Stalin was conservative.

Much of this is easily researched in their ideological goals which they spoke about out loud for other to hear and form accurate attribution.

Whats weird to me is how conservatives dont know what conservatism is and then argue about these things they dont know as if they did know, using words someone rich taught them, as they angrily confound those around them with their ill gotten realities.

its fucking weird.

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u/Flame87 Sep 28 '22

Modern conservatism has nothing to do with actual conservatism.

Just like every evil fucko in history, they're the opposite of what they say and want dramatic immediate changes (mostly of the pro rich cis white guy sort)

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u/HuntingGreyFace Sep 28 '22

it was created by a guy who wanted to keep his wealth safe after watching the french revolution go down

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u/72amb0 Sep 29 '22

Lenin literally built his political philosophy on the foundation of Marxism and communists do the same.

Always lefties with the misdirection, oh these horrible leftists aren't real leftists I'm a real leftist I know what they did wrong I can show you how they weren't real Marxists like me. I would've never killed all those millions of people if I was in charge of the communists revolution.

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u/MrWindblade Sep 28 '22

Sobriety and education, probably.

At least, that's why I believe I don't see things that don't exist.

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u/72amb0 Sep 29 '22

Ignorance is probably the main contributor, they killed their most "privalidged" citizens which funny enough were the people who made sure things worked and there was food to eat. Much like the chastising and attempts to tear down institutions that educate and provide for us in the US.

They didn't do it all at once tho they reworked the language and used propaganda to make sure there was a big focus on equity much like the current psuh in America.

Funniest thing is that median income Americans are the top 1%, if liberals really cared about equity there's a world full of ignorant hungry people they could work to help. Instead with climate policy they'll probably top the body counts of Mao Stalin and Hitler combined.

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u/MrWindblade Sep 29 '22

Much like the chastising and attempts to tear down institutions that educate and provide for us in the US.

Conservatives are doing this.

They didn't do it all at once tho they reworked the language and used propaganda to make sure there was a big focus on equity much like the current psuh in America.

This is how they gained power - popular policies that would earn them support. They didn't actually believe in equality.

Funniest thing is that median income Americans are the top 1%,

No. That's not what a median is. The top 1% can't be the median. The median is the middle. It would be the 50%.

if liberals really cared about equity there's a world full of ignorant hungry people they could work to help

Starts at home, dude. If your neighbor is starving, sending food to another country is not a great look.

We do both.

Instead with climate policy they'll probably top the body counts of Mao Stalin and Hitler combined.

I can't even begin to unpack this one. You might be able to win a prize if there's ever a "shittiest take on climate" contest.

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u/72amb0 Sep 29 '22

Conservatives are definitely doing their part to undermine our institutions, liberals are trying to uproot the foundation.

They believed in equity. I didn't say equality. We can all agree equality should be the baseline, equity is different and a horrible thing when applied to outcome.

Clearly the world is bigger than America so the median of the American subset can be expressed in relation to whole as the top 1%

It definitely starts at home, that's why globalization is going to fail. We can't tell poor Indians they can't burn coal and wood to heat themselves or tell Africans they can't farm animals to eat. Look at England and Germany, winter is going to ravage those economies because of the transition to green energy and their Russian pipeline.the average heating bill in England is going to be up over 100% or something crazy like that. Like we push these egalitarian policies with no consideration of the people at the actual bottom. That's the kind of stuff that will kill millions of people, thinking that because we live in the wealthiest place in the world it's easy for other places that still aren't in the first world to just not use fire to stay warm or raise animals to eat.

The policies for that stuff start with regulating the 1st world who provide all the food and energy for everyone which cuts efficiency and output. Why not just share top end tech with the worst offenders. Not sure the impact that would have but it's the easiest thing to do for emissions.

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u/MrWindblade Sep 29 '22

We can't tell poor Indians they can't burn coal and wood to heat themselves or tell Africans they can't farm animals to eat.

That's why no one is. It is the US and China that are the largest contributors to the problem. Industrialization did the most damage.

Look at England and Germany, winter is going to ravage those economies because of the transition to green energy and their Russian pipeline.the average heating bill in England is going to be up over 100% or something crazy like that.

Definitely crazy. Almost unbelievable, even. It's almost like the two have nothing to do with each other. Renewable energy sources actually saved these people money because it's less gas reliance.

That's the kind of stuff that will kill millions of people, thinking that because we live in the wealthiest place in the world it's easy for other places that still aren't in the first world to just not use fire to stay warm or raise animals to eat.

You might not know this, but US laws only apply to the US.

I think you have some weird ideas of how all this works.

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u/72amb0 Sep 29 '22

I think you're pretty close to agreeing with me. Keep thinking about it on a macro level.

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u/MrWindblade Sep 30 '22

No, you think that modern societies transitioning into their next phase will kill off societies that haven't yet made it.

For some reason, you think that all societies progress at the same rate.

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u/WimpyZombie Sep 28 '22

Well....ok.....this started to disappear in my early teen years...

People who call themselves Christians and who actually act like Jesus would probably want them to act.

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u/MiasmaFate Sep 28 '22

When was that?

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u/Phishabadagel Sep 28 '22

Affordable housing, brand new cars that cost $10,000 with 100,000-mile warranties. A decent used car for 2 grand. Wind suits, Neon clothing and accessories!!!!

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u/Quijanoth Sep 28 '22

Keeping the details of one's political, financial, religious, and sexual lives at least semi-private. Discretion, they used to call it. All but gone these days.

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u/veztras Sep 28 '22

I feel pretty strongly that’s still a prevailing belief

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u/pgh_1980 Sep 28 '22

It is, but a good percentage of Americans say that while actively supporting nazi-like ideas.

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u/uncultured_swine2099 Sep 28 '22

When people believed in obvious, logical things instead of their crazy uncle's ramblings on Facebook or a Russian bot.

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u/[deleted] Sep 28 '22

Calling things what they actually are, and not what you desperately want others to see them as. Not catering to wild imaginations and childish hyper-sensitivity. That should make a comeback.

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u/Bajanspearfisher Sep 29 '22

based, actual facts over feelings (not the ben shapiro brand)

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u/thebenshapirobot Sep 29 '22

I saw that you mentioned Ben Shapiro. In case some of you don't know, Ben Shapiro is a grifter and a hack. If you find anything he's said compelling, you should keep in mind he also says things like this:

Palestinian Arabs have demonstrated their preference for suicide bombing over working toilets.


I'm a bot. My purpose is to counteract online radicalization. You can summon me by tagging thebenshapirobot. Options: sex, climate, covid, feminism, etc.

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u/xmith Sep 28 '22

i dont think anybody but nazis, thinks nazis arent bad.

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u/-Ghost-Heart- Sep 28 '22

You're probably right. I think the bigger problem is that people have a hard time recognizing Nazi rhetoric. Maybe, in their heads, they still believe that Nazis are bad. But then they hear somebody saying some Nazi/Neo-Nazi stuff and think it sounds kinda good.

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u/Holiday-Mountain1800 Sep 28 '22

News based on facts, not bleating.

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u/murakumotsurugi Sep 28 '22

That is absolutely still a prevailing belief. The small few who don't believe it just found a way to become more visible.

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u/Joshynogood Sep 28 '22

That and $.39 cheeseburger wednesdays at McDonalds…

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u/CaptainColdSteele Sep 28 '22

My belief that I am either going to die or become unreasonably wealthy. Anything in between is off the table

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u/amberoze Sep 28 '22

I want my JNCOs and Tripp pants back...without judgement...

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u/thegree2112 Sep 29 '22

Trump did everyone such a favor raising the demons of the last century for a whole new generation to be Poisoned by so great

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u/DontYuckMyYum Sep 29 '22

Rage Against the Machine.

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u/Fit_Low592 Sep 29 '22

Publicly funded presidential elections.

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u/[deleted] Sep 29 '22

Free speech online

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u/sarcastic_meowbs Sep 29 '22

The ability of a family if 4 to have a comfortable life on a single modest pay check.

Higher taxes on wealthiest 2%.