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 No.337323

Jesus Christ, how someone can be this feminine, impulsive and retarded

 No.337325

Nice, another description-free link to a datamining service. Didn't click OP.

 No.337327

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>>337323
The adpocalypse definitely left a lasting impact.

 No.337342

>>337325
You are not as important as you think. Just lazier and more useless than you think.
>>337327
Even in 2016 jewtube was way better than the shit we have today. It's incredible.

 No.337345

>>337342
>Even in 2016 jewtube was way better than the shit we have today. It's incredible.
Hahaha, you aren't wrong anon, its shocking just how much worse things are.

 No.337351

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>>337342
They even have to warn their audience over fucking hateful words, not gore, not even lewdness, not even a complex topic
JUST FUCKING WORDS

 No.337353

>>337342
>Even in 2016 jewtube was way better than the shit we have today. It's incredible.
They hadn't yet begun to purge pro-White and lg stuff.

 No.337354

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>>337353
>lg stuff

Such as?

 No.337359

>>337354
Deleting them at random and disabling comments.

 No.337369

>>337323
>Me zoomer, me no watch movies (it's hard) me make video about movies anyway, my zoomers xisters will watch and upvote it anyway lol fr fr no cape

 No.337375

>>337369
Phones were a mistake, they drove everyone insane.

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>>337354
>Such as
Leafyishere? Bully retarded children on their socials and you're worse than Hitler, 6 gorillion of retarded crayon eating welfare sucking spastics are forever traumatized because someone called out their autism and everyone applauded his rant.

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>>337379
>socials
Why do zoomers talk in this faggy, infantile way?

 No.337384

>>337383
What does "socials" mean for these fags?

 No.337386

>>337384
Social media accounts. They're apparently so into their attention-whoring surrogates for social interaction that the word "social" to them has been reduced to a shorthand noun denoting services like Twatter or Instagram.

 No.337387

>>337386
Interesting. Virtual reality has displaced reality. It is weird being a millennial because I was caught in between the change from every other generation that was part of the real world and this kike'd abomination. I think that is why millennials saw such a huge right-wing political bump, which has now totally vanished with Zoomers and their coonified ways.

 No.337388

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>>337375
That's actually the plot of a movie.

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>>337387
>It is weird being a millennial because I was caught in between the change from every other generation that was part of the real world and this kike'd abomination
Yeah, I had a few social media accounts but only gave them a try toward the end of the MySpace era when someone I knew was moving away and suggested it to keep in touch. I gradually moved on to Faceberg but ended up deactivating my account after realizing what a waste of time it was.

I can't see myself going back to sites like those even though there's really no "real world" anymore.
>I think that is why millennials saw such a huge right-wing political bump, which has now totally vanished with Zoomers and their coonified ways.
Most millennials were fags like zoomers are today. They just weren't as hardcore about it and were less culturally and genetically mongrelized. The trend seems to be increased political polarization as time goes on. Boomers as a generation have been more culturally conservative than any generation that has come after, but they're also not likely to be "based". Right-wing millennials and zoomers are parts of more broadly leftist generational cohorts but are more likely to be "redpilled" than a self-proclaimed right-wing boomer would be as far as I can tell. I constantly shit on zoomers, but I have nothing against the ones who sidestep the usual pitfalls of zoomerdom.

I do miss the pre-dup alt right though. Today's dissident right tends to attract philistinish wholesome chungus types from the top section of pic related, whereas the alt right in its early days often had more of an avant-garde and almost LaVeyan edge to it than you'd usually see today. I do think attracting more people is a good thing, but nobody should have to follow the lead of the lowest common denominator.

 No.337391

>>337390
Don't take this the wrong way but isn't amarna big with the nazi twitter zoomers who orbit BAP?

 No.337392

>>337391
Yeah, that's them. I find their forum discussions more interesting than a lot of what you'd find elsewhere nowadays even if they seem like they're up their own asses. I can't say I understand the anime fixation though.

 No.337394

>>337390
This is not an accurate portrayal of the dissident right. It contains nothing from RBN, SFR, Revolution Radio, etc. It has controlled opposition shills like Fuentes and clowns like Kanye West that should be disregarded by anybody with two brain cells.

 No.337395

>>337394
It's a decent overview of Twitter. Telling that 4chan and 8chan don't appear in their list. It goes to show how far chans have fallen but you also don't see therightstuff.biz. The whole 2015 and deeper pre-Trump moment seems to be completely forgotten now.

 No.337397

>>337394
>This is not an accurate portrayal of the dissident right. It contains nothing from RBN, SFR, Revolution Radio, etc.
I was using it more to show the kinds of people I was referencing.

Do you have a better image? There used to be an image in the alt right days with different factions like neoreactionaries and ethnonationalists (and even Steve Sailer) listed, but I don't really know who's out there nowadays.
>It has controlled opposition shills like Fuentes and clowns like Kanye West
There have always been people like that on the right. Look at Hal Turner.
>>337395
>It goes to show how far chans have fallen but you also don't see therightstuff.biz. The whole 2015 and deeper pre-Trump moment seems to be completely forgotten now.
It doesn't help that TRS ended up completely ghettoizing itself and losing relevance. I always preferred their earlier stuff when they were pissed-off ex-libertarians who wrote articles instead of being blathering, self-important podcast hosts. Also, the old Alternative Right and Radix guys ended up splintering. Colin Liddell ended up running the blogspot offshoot with Andy Nowicki, then it became Affirmative Right. At some point the two had a falling out, and now he's running that Neokrat site and is less relevant than ever.

I wonder how many of the old sites are still up. I just checked and Radish Magazine can still be accessed, which kind of surprises me considering it's been almost a decade since the last update:
https://radishmag.wordpress.com/

Brandon Adamson's altleft.com went down years ago, but at least the Internet Archive has the articles backed up. I don't think that many people were interested in it even at the time, but it was one I read a lot. His old collaborator Robert Stark is still hosting The Stark Truth, but it's been a while since he's considered himself right-wing. I've always enjoyed his podcast from time to time even if he's a spergy charisma vacuum.

More on the periphery of politics was ANUS.com, which is still online, but I don't think it's been active for a long time. Brett Stevens has been focusing on metal on deathmetal.org instead, which still receives comments. I was probably wrong, but I remember thinking that ANUS had a lot of material removed that went over to the metal site back then.

If anyone remembers the early days of the alt right in the future, it's probably going to be more that they helped get the ball rolling after proper right-wing politics spent decades wandering in the wilderness. Most people just associate the alt right with Trump though, and you still see confused dimwits lumping Milo Yiannopolous or Gayvin McAnus in with white nationalists. On the flip side, it's interesting how much mainstream Republican figures have been taking from alt right talking points in recent years and then completely neutering it.

 No.337401

>>337397
The way I see it, there is no future for right wing politics. Trump and "the movement" was the culmination of years of millennial energy that was poured into online radicalization, which scared the shit of everyone. That was successfully eliminated through mass censorship, lawfare, pig intimidation, and general subversion.

You have to do politics to change the world, but if you cannot do politics then you don't change anything. That is our problem. We will not be allowed to change anything after 2016. That's just it. It's over. There has been mountains of cope spilled over this since the big crackdown after Charlottesville but nobody wants to admit that they lost and they have no future. Spencer for example should be shot in the face for his various treasons but he is a good example of what I am talking about. People will say anything but can't admit that they lost, not just in one way or because they did one thing wrong, but because there was only one thing to do and it did not make it. I stopped paying attention to the scene because the cope is just too much.

 No.337403

>>337390
>prophets of collapse
<true reactionaries
Also anything else except that and "Hyperborean" group needs to be gassed and extereminated. Twitterniggers get the rope left or right. Cattle-brained mouthbreathing subhumans.

 No.337406

>>337401
I think building intentional real-world communities capable of weathering potential hardships like civil unrest, power shortages, or famines are what's important. Focusing on political candidates and policy decisions is a distraction in comparison. That doesn't mean you wouldn't have to worry about the feds targeting your neighborhood with drone strikes if they decided they want you gone, but I don't see a better alternative. If you've got a communities of racially aware whites reproducing, developing self-reliance skills, and building alternative institutions that favor their in-group, then they'll already be ahead of diversitoids and gelded leftists if things went pear shaped. I'm fine with the latter getting thrown to the wolves by their masters if they're not willing to shape up. I'm perfectly willing to accept leftists who want to wake up, but we should be doing as much as possible to completely separate ourselves from people who treat us with contempt. Our whole society is rotten and completely unsalvageable, and to create a future for ourselves and our descendants we're going to have to be as independent as possible. That means homeschooling kids instead of handing them over to public or private schools to be brainwashed, supporting our own businesses as much as possible, providing financial aid to benefit our own kind, etc. Think of a productive, industrious version of ultra-Orthodox Jews. We don't even need to have total ideological uniformity. We could have communities across particular bands of the ideological spectrum working together as long as they share some of the same basic goals and are willing to overlook their differences. They don't even really have to like each other as long as they can be civil.

In some ways we're already starting to see things like this pop up.
>>337403
It's mainly the top two categories I dislike.

 No.337407

I wish all imageboards allowed only people over 1,80m tall and over 30 years old to post. All the problems will be solved with that.

 No.337410

>>337406
I'd find church ladies tolerable if they are white. All others would be dead weight and useless, maybe future labour camp material. This (((right wing))) cancer makes me fume to no end. Anything close to 8/pol/ would be only these two groups I mentioned.

 No.337411

>>337407
This but the whole internet.

 No.337416

>>337407
What does height have to do with anything?

 No.337419

>>337407
There should be regulations of selling internet, too many spergs are being raised by tablets.

 No.337420

>>337407
You should have to score 120 on an IQ test that puts a cookie in your browser that allows you to post.

 No.337421

>>337420
IQ tests aren't what you think they are.

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>>337390
>I do miss the pre-dup alt right though
Nobody took that term seriously before 2016. It was another one of those autistic meme phrases that was mostly used ironically, sort of like "media literacy" today. And even when people began using it unironically, no one could agree one what it meant for awhile. I remember Milo Yianopolus wrote an article saying those "1488ers" were not the true alt right and then they became the group most associated with the term. Then I remember hearing the term "dissident right" used for conservatives that were neither neocons or wignats. It seemed like a reaction to the alt right. Now "dissident right" apparently means the same thing as alt right.

 No.337424

>>337421
>t. low-IQ scorer

 No.337427

>>337422
>Nobody took that term seriously before 2016. It was another one of those autistic meme phrases that was mostly used ironically, sort of like "media literacy" today.
That's not true at all. It was popularized by Richard Spencer's old Alternative Right site, although Paul Gottfried was the one who coined the term.
>And even when people began using it unironically, no one could agree one what it meant for awhile.
It was a big tent movement, but biological realism was the most important aspect. You didn't have to identify as a white nationalist, but it came to be agreed upon that anyone who denied racial differences was right out.

This is what the original site description of alternativeright.com described itself in 2010:
>AlternativeRight.com, launched on March 1, 2010, is an online magazine of radical traditionalism. As such, it marks an attempt to forge a new intellectual right-wing that is independent and outside the "conservative" establishment.
And in 2012:
>AlternativeRight.com is an online magazine dedicated to heretical perspectives on society and culture-popular, high, and otherwise-particularly those informed by radical, traditionalist, and nationalist outlooks. AltRight began life on March 1, 2010; It was founded and originally edited by Richard Spencer.

I found this quote from a leftist article about Spencer:
>Launched on 1 March 2010 with a professional-looking design and a long list of columnists, Alternative Right quickly became a big success in white nationalist circles. As one activist wrote, "I have been glued to the same website for hours today: Richard Spencer's new webzine Alternative Right… I hope that Alternative Right will attract the brightest young conservatives and libertarians and expose them to far broader intellectual horizons, including race realism, White Nationalism, the European New Right, the Conservative Revolution, Traditionalism, neo-paganism, agrarianism, Third Positionism, anti-feminism, and right-wing anti-capitalists, ecologists, bioregionalists, and small-is-beautiful types."
I actually remember the "small-is-beautiful types" being mentioned as part of the old site description at one point, but it looks like I was probably wrong. I think I only discovered the site around 2012.
>I remember Milo Yianopolus wrote an article saying those "1488ers" were not the true alt right and then they became the group most associated with the term.
1488ers were one group that made up the alternative right, but they weren't the only one. There were originally a ton of people whose views more similar to Jared Taylor than the Andrew Anglin types who the name ended up becoming associated with. There was also less emphasis on the Jewish Question or hardcore religiosity at that point. I even remember seeing someone in the Alternative Right or Radix comment section complaining about Richard Spencer not talking enough about the Jews back in the day. It's kind of funny considering how much he ended up paling around with the wignats further down the line and then being turned into a neo-Nazi bugbear by the press. The neo-Nazis ended up crowding out other voices and subordinating everyone else to themselves.

People tried to water down the term to include people who were basically just disgruntled GOP voters who didn't like neocons or free trade policies. On the one hand, there were tons of outsiders who wanted to associate themselves with the notorious boogeyman du jour of the left. On the other, you had butthurt lefties trying to associate boring Trump supporters with the actual rightists who had jumped on the Trump train. This ended up muddying the waters as to what the term actually meant.

It's similar to what happened to the term "alt left," which in actuality only ever included a small handful of people. I think the first guy to use the term was the left-wing HBD blogger Robert Lindsay, but I always think of Brandon Adamson's altleft.com site that was a bit more vocal on racial issues:
https://web.archive.org/web/20201108105718/https://www.altleft.com/2015/11/14/a-clockwork-greenshirt-introducing-the-alt-left/
People like Sean Hannity and then dup ended up misusing the term "alt left" as a "NO U" retort to leftists trying to equate normalfag MAGA supporters with those dastardly pro-white Hitlernazis. It might have been a smart rhetorical move in a sense, but it was also retarded and ignored the fact that the term was already in use by people who had nothing to do with the mainstream leftists they were decrying.
>Now "dissident right" apparently means the same thing as alt right.
I see people drawing distinctions between the two, but to me they're basically describing the same thing.

 No.337431

>>337416
You are a fucking retarded subhuman

 No.337433

>>337431
You're an autist who actually takes /fit/ memes seriously.

 No.337439

So I see a little bit of old /tv/ popped up in this thread and I am happy to see a thread that reminds me of when /tv/ was known as the thinking based man's /b/.

>>337395
>It's a decent overview of Twitter. Telling that 4chan and 8chan don't appear in their list. It goes to show how far chans have fallen

Unlike these twitter e-celeb subhumans we were an actual threat to the system so we got subverted and destroyed. E-celebs like Nick the Spic who takes many of his memes and watered down points from us is a Narcissistic Internet Caesar wannabe who would never admit he isn't totally original. Also BAP is an actual Jew who runs a network meant to make White men serve the kikes.

>you also don't see therightstuff.biz. The whole 2015 and deeper pre-Trump moment seems to be completely forgotten now.


To he fair they were on a downward spiral every since 8chan and the third Jimpact exposed them as litaral Jew fuckers and later on during post Fedsville stuff it was revealed that they likely became informants.

 No.337441

>>337427
Let me clarify, nobody on image boards used that term unironically. If you went on /pol/ around 2014-2015 and called yourself "alt right," other anons would laugh at you. I don't know about TRS or other dens of pederasty, as I never went on any of those websites.

 No.337442

>>337441
>Let me clarify, nobody on image boards used that term unironically. If you went on /pol/ around 2014-2015 and called yourself "alt right," other anons would laugh at you.
I never saw anyone calling themselves "alt right," (and I don't remember the exact point it became shortened to that either) but I first found out about most of these sites through /pol/ a few years before that time. I think part of the animosity developed from /pol/ getting spammed by TRS fans after the Daily Shoah came about. I do remember 8chan's /pol/ board bitching about the "alt kike" or whatever, which I never understood. More importantly, I think around 2014 or 2015 was when the media started their hit pieces against Richard Spencer and he was enough of an attention whore to play the villain for them. A lot of people on boards like /pol/ got pissed off at the media attention, and many people there didn't read any of those other sites in the first place. There seem to have been plenty who did though, especially judging from the books on their recommended reading lists. I also remember using the word "dildocracy" and someone joking that I must be Bulbasaur from TRS, who used to use that word.

 No.337443

>>337323
OP is obviously the zoomer in question promoting his own shitty video. I don't know how nobody's caught on to this yet.

 No.337460

Everyone loves us Zoomers morena than you. Sargon personally chose us to save the West.

 No.337461

>>337443
You should stop using meth, trailer parker boy

 No.337466

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>>337407
Someone posted something similar to you in a thread with latrinos larping as Deus Vult crusades

 No.337467

>>337443
Everyone but me is a zoomer kike

 No.337475

>>337323
lol weren't the oldest zoomers around for all the anti-violence censorship from the early 2000s?
You really thought that was self-contained to that time and place?

 No.337478

>>337475
It didn't last long, the only things that came out of it was MTV censoring metal videos and the video game ratings system that nobody pays attention to anymore.

 No.337479

>>337478
Also, can't forget "Walmart editions" of CDs, they used to be more family-oriented and had such a share of the CD market that they would get rap and metal albums from the record companies with swear words and violent lyrics dubbed out.

 No.337486

>>337478
Cartoons also had to be censored to cut down on the violence and elementary schools banned fake plastic weapons on halloween because they didn't want to "promote violence". So yeah zoomer faggots were always gonna be sanitized good goy because they were their parents sacrificial animal.

 No.337487

>>337486
>Cartoons also had to be censored to cut down on the violence
You're right, I forgot about that. Didn't they remove the Batman episodes with guns?
>elementary schools banned fake plastic weapons on halloween because they didn't want to "promote violence".
I would think schools don't even allow kids to dress up for Halloween anymore, since every Halloween costume is offensive to somebody these days.

 No.337489

>>337487
>I would think schools don't even allow kids to dress up for Halloween anymore, since every Halloween costume is offensive to somebody these days.
Yeah anyone expecting kids raised in bureaucratic redtape to not be complicit, crab-bucket zogbots are retarded. You'll have even less outliers and even less of them that don't troon out to fit or because they got groomed by millennial perverts during the late 00s/early 10s



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