« on: February 19, 2014, 08:50:53 pm »
I find it amusing that he repeatedly claims not to be a Nazi while using the logo of a fictional neo-Nazi organization as his avatar.
PD.com: an inverted pyramid of piffle.
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Right, this is a misunderstand many people have. They assume that fascism will involve supervillains twirling their mustaches and threatening to exterminate the enemies of the state. In fact, fascism has been progressive in the past, and can be in the future. There is nothing preventing "Rainbow Fascism" that uses exclusively progressive propaganda to control the masses at home and attack enemies abroad. This is why the current form of creeping fascism is so ingenious and successful; because so few people actually recognize it for what it is.
Is it still a conspiracy when a plurality of the civilized world is on board and actively participating?
Are you being serious here? In reality of course it's a tiny minority that give a flying fuck about Russia's policy toward homosexuals. Entire continents and civilizations have absolutely no sympathy for what radprogs are trying to do there (Africa, the Middle East, much of Asia, etc.). It's really only small cliques within the West and their fellow travellers that push this shit around the world. Do yourself a favor and travel the world, experience non-Western cultures, do some simple math and get a rudimentary grasp of how the vast majority of people outside the Western Progressive bubble actually think.
Motion to immediately canonize Biquette and pass a resolution to erect a memorial in front of a county courthouse somewhere.
But Eris IS a villain.
It's just that the world needs that kind of villain.
I wouldn't call it villainy.
...But then again, no villain ever thinks they are evil, do they?
The worst villains are always fighting for Truth and Justice.
Needed, whatever it is.