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Ricwulf 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess, but I don't really consider them "gory" I guess. But maybe that's a me thing. And you're not wrong either with those criticisms.

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Ricwulf 1 point ago +1 / -0

I won't disagree, but I would say there is a level of difference to remember between people that pay attention to this kind of thing and normies.

I'm not saying your wrong, but there is still an element of normies to take into consider, especially those that are new to animation for entertainment or have limited themselves to western animation (which is overwhelmingly kid focused).

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Ricwulf 9 points ago +9 / -0

I'd argue some of the notoriety it's getting is for being rather gory for a western animation, which is relatively new. Of course, it's not at all new for non-western animation, but these are normies that at best have only been exposed to anime from Twitter avatars and know nothing of a genre that isn't some slice-of-life stuff or its adjascent.

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Ricwulf 14 points ago +15 / -1

There are plenty of retards out there that suggest GRRM and Philip Pullman are the Tolkien and C.S. Lewis of our ages. It's incredibly insulting and absolute nonsense, but that's what these cretins truly think of the rather mediocre writing.

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Ricwulf 12 points ago +12 / -0

To be blunt, it's not about you. It's about the in-group and reinforcing the necessity of fighting an existential threat.

We know that these characters have existed for ages now, and we can easily go back to the 90s and further. Hell, Stargate SG-1 is about a team that has a woman as second in command and a heavily respected (alien) black man, with much of the over-arching storylines revolving around fighting against slave owning warlords (Goa'uld).

This lie is about manufacturing a world for the youth to be rebels in. The lie is about giving purpose to people that otherwise lack purpose. If the problem doesn't exist, then what purpose do they actually have in life? What are they fighting against?

The gaslighting isn't targeted at you. It's targeted at themselves.

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Ricwulf 6 points ago +6 / -0

And if you don’t like it, fine. I think it’s one of those things that you can just leave behind, but don’t ruin the fun for those who like it

I love how blind this statement is. Because this is what should be levelled AGAINST people like Chibnall, not in defence. The show has a history spanning DECADES, and now this crap is free fall failing, and you're going to defend that shit? Get a fucking spine. The show you once loved is being destroyed, and you're defending that shit. You're beyond cucked. You're a torture victim that is now serving the one that tortured them.

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Ricwulf 7 points ago +7 / -0

Awareness doesn't solve the issue. It helps in identifying it, but without some sort of solution, it doesn't help in and of itself.

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Ricwulf 40 points ago +40 / -0

I disagree when it's absolutely justified. Remember, they refused to even look at the matter because they feared riots. They were all too quick to waive justice out of ignorant fear.

This isn't nearly as unattractive as what caused such a statement to manifest. They absolutely get what they deserve, and the Supreme Court need to pull their heads in that they are there to preserve justice, not peace.

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Ricwulf 5 points ago +5 / -0

Pretty clear human rights violation to the preaching of ones religion. I'm sure some globalist Human Rights organisation will speak up any second now.

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Ricwulf 5 points ago +5 / -0

Many truly believe nobody needs a gun..... until they themselves needs a gun for protection.

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Ricwulf 4 points ago +4 / -0

Steven did nothing wrong.

In this instance. No, in reality, he's done far worse that should see him investigated heavily for CP, considering he defended it.

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Ricwulf 6 points ago +6 / -0

Why do these people always, always trade universally understandable human emotions for in-your-face, comical Muh Racism?

Because they've never faced hardship.

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Ricwulf 20 points ago +20 / -0

"sHe CaLLeD yOu FoR HeLp!!!"

Irrelevant, retard. Don't violently assault people.

Furthermore, if you didn't want to see this dumb bitch get shot, maybe you should be looking at the half a dozen adults that stood around and did nothing while she tried to assault people with a knife.

But hey, I guess a couple dead from another black person is leagues better than one violent psycho getting shot.

Brown was ready to stab someone, and paid the price. It was her actions that caused that.

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Ricwulf 9 points ago +9 / -0

Any time I hear equity, I know that they are instantly trying to push through something that is designed to hold back as many children as humanly possible.

Anyone that supports this should probably be held to their own asserted dogma and locked up.

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Ricwulf 28 points ago +28 / -0

Sadly, this attitude isn't uniform. If you can find the Guardian tweet, you'll just see people endlessly support what amounts to doxxing because some people are willing to financially support someone who defended their life. Unsatisfied that Kyle didn't die, they want anyone who might support his defence also dead.

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Ricwulf 34 points ago +34 / -0

See, it's this shit that just reinforces that journalists aren't people. People don't go around harassing innocent people and then film themselves for praise.

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Ricwulf 1 point ago +1 / -0

I accept your terms, so long as that can be returned for every single child AND ADULT that committed suicide after having trangender "healthcare" as a child, especially considering desistance after puberty is in the high 80% to low 90%.

At best, you MIGHT "save" the life of 1 child, while permanently ruining possibly to the point of suicide the life of another 4 children. Man, that's some great benefit we got going on.

For some reason, I think I might end up with the more expensive phone bill.

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Ricwulf 5 points ago +5 / -0

If they were simply wearing a mask, I wouldn't give a fuck. You wanna be stupid and wear a rag that makes you more at risk of all bacterial infection? Go right ahead. It's the fucking sanctimonious bullshit they put around it, treating it like it's some kind of holy relic that must be worn at all times, and they can just fuck right off with that crap.

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Ricwulf 1 point ago +1 / -0

The problem is that you're not going to use them, they'll use you.

And no, unions are not capable of good. They will always, ALWAYS backfire. This is the same argument as "well, communism is good on paper", but it will ALWAYS result in your own downfall.

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Ricwulf 7 points ago +7 / -0

Please, half the unions out there are what enabled this shit in the first place. You can even look back into the McCarthy days where the mainstream media used a mining union to get their shit done to fund their propaganda.

Unions are fully fucking in on this shit, and don't think otherwise. Members might not be retarded fucks, but the union leaders absolutely are, and they will gleefully twist their members into falling in line under the lies that it will be "necessary".

Unions are not the "necessary evil" you're painting them out to be. They are just as much a part of the problem. The enemy of my enemy is not always my friend.

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Ricwulf 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not that I'm defending the rest of the Republicans or conservatives, but you really shouldn't give Trump a pass for abandoning his own supporters.

No argument from me, but it was never argued the way you suggested. They turned on him in an instant because they were safe in doing so. Your reasoning is spot on, but that wasn't their reasoning.

The allure for a quick fix (i.e. Trump) only serves our enemies' interests. The desperation for a leader to emerge to save the whole thing leads to us trusting people who have serious red flags

The problem is that leaders, at least in a community sense, are still very much a necessity. People that are eloquent enough to sway people with rhetoric. And no, I don't mean pointing out hypocrisies (which is little more than an offensive brother to the defensive tactic of Whataboutism). I mean actual people who produce ideas with merit. People aimlessly finding the right path simply won't happen.

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Ricwulf 6 points ago +6 / -0

Probably more likely that those areas don't make the news because active gunmen get taken out before it can become a mass shooting, while the successful ones make news even though the current laws already failed, and if they were merely enforced it would have prevented the issue nine times out of ten.

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Ricwulf 9 points ago +9 / -0

Which is why people need to break away from the parties and follow new parties that are actually taking a proper stand. Trump was good for shaking things up and exposing a lot of the problems, but he wasn't the solution either. He was just another populist, and ultimately have pushed the resolve of leftists to further steel themselves and squash potential threats to the establishment. Just look at how quickly conservatives/republicans abandoned Trump to the wayside. It wasn't months. It was barely days until they abandoned him, and despite the practically open knowledge that Jan 6th was a false flag to blow out of proportion, nobody cares to actually do anything about it.

And this is why the Slippery Slope is so important, because it's about a gradual decline. Tell me, when the gay rights movement was gaining traction and wider acceptance in the 90s, who in their right mind would have listened to the idea "children should be allowed to mutilate their bodies"? Excluding a handful of radicals, the answer is nobody. Now, it's considered a "topic of discussion" by establishment media. And the reason I bring this point up is because it's about the slow shift. People are much less likely to push back against gradual change. I mean, it's only 1 new thing, right? You're not against this simple thing, yeah? You accepted everything else, why not this too?

And that's the issue. Same thing has been happening with Gun Control. There's decades worth of gun control on the books, yet it's only really now that I've started to see SOME people start pushing back, and even then they're not willing to use the tools at their disposal to actually defend themselves and their rights. Creeping infringement is a lot easier to enforce.

Until people start actually resisting this shit, and I mean proper resistance, not #notmypresident fucktardery, then this shit will absolutely continue.

Remember, the founders went to war because of a 3% tax. You're paying 30% minimum while you get mentally fucked over with psyop after psyop after psyop. So ask yourself. What has to change?

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Ricwulf 3 points ago +3 / -0

Disagree. It's only going to fail if you let it fail. Win their stupid games, then expose the charade for what it was. Flip the table is my point, not simply join in.

EDIT: Oh, and what's the alternative in your mind? Resist and still get accused of hate speech with nothing changing? No minds possibly swayed?

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