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OMG: When did omguw turn into r/theredpill?

29 comments

  1. I've also noticed a lot of racism and general hatefulness. I really hope it's just some people trolling. I don't want to think that there are people with that negative of an attitude towards others at our school.

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    1. Sorry to say it's true. I don't like it either. Good you noticed and said something.

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    2. You're a fucking faggot. The fuck does racism have anything to do with redpill?


      You're just cucked by our feminist society, and think redpill must be bad because they say so. You don't even know what it is, clearly. Have fun being a slave to pussy your whole life.

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    3. 1b Stfu until you get past the anger phase. You're a fucking embarrassment.

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    4. 1b You are the problem with the world. Your existence is a pollution to the human race.

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  2. Since they started facing rejection from raging feminists...

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  3. People are getting tired of having liberal values pushed on them. The only place we can safely react to them is online.

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    1. Lol. "Safely" as in without dissent. That's pretty cowardly, don't you think? If you want to change the status quo then you'll need to bring your frustrations up in real life rather than shying away from criticism until you get online anonymity. It seems like what you're looking for is a safe space.

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    2. ^ This.

      So many immature wannabe conservatives mock "SJWs" and "safe spaces" when they basically act no differently themselves.

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    3. honestly, it's all just dank memes and y'all are taking life way too seriously

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    4. 3a No. "Safety" as in not being attacked personally for your views. That's why it has to be done in an anonymous site.

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    5. It often turns into ad hominems, derogatory comments, and *loud noises and outrage* when trying to engage the so-called SJW crowd. That can be tiresome when trying to have a calm and logical discussion.

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    6. 3d&e I'm very doubtful either of you have ever had any real-life discussions about your views. If you would actually attempt to debate irl in good faith, then you'll find that most people are not actually overly PC at all and are just averse to talking about issues as if it were over xbox live, calling each other cucks and faggots instead of being calm and logical.
      But please, do tell about a time when you've brought up your views in a respectful way at an appropriate venue and were met with unrelated personal attacks.

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    7. 3.f I don't need to justify myself to you, you are just proving my point. I've been calm and collected and reasonable, merely relating my own experiences (which ironically is a big part of your own movement's platform, acknowledging individual experiences) and you're here collecting strawmen. The first line of your post is clearly the result of cognitive dissonance - you have no basis except your own personal comfort/agenda to think that it's "very doubtful" that I would have had such experiences; such a notion is far from unreasonable. Chances are you're not even taking in the meaning of my words at this point, but are frothing at the mouth, waiting to type in your outraged reply to me. Maybe you'll pleasantly surprise me and do something different, like acknowledge and validate my experience, but I somehow doubt that, judging by your hypocritical OP.

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    8. 3g: Not 3f, but doesn't 1b show exactly what 3f was saying. Not really a strawman when every redpill blog I've read definitely talk down to, if not outright insults, men who don't feel the need to elevate themselves over and make subservient the women in their lives.

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    9. That's great, 3h, but 3f responded directly to me, prefaced with my corresponding post

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    10. I do discuss my views from time to time irl, but how deep I'll go depends on the person. I've had some friends shut down and get visibly uncomfortable or tell me that I shouldn't "say these things out loud" for some really light stuff.

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  4. Mocking SJWs doesn't make you are redpiller.

    Stop taking yourself so seriously, this site is here to let off steam.

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    1. if you actually have time to take meme magic seriously, you are doing UW wrong. Go start a side project or something.

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  5. Trudeau was a big fat mistake. I hope at least we get legal marijuana before this cuck gets impeached for gross incompetence.

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    1. YES! +1 for you, dear 5. We need more anti Trudeau people speaking their minds.

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    2. Impeachment isn't a thing that exists in Canada.

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    3. ^I don't think such minor details matter to 5.

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    4. ^ he can be impeached by a vote of non-confidence if Liberals wake up and turn against him. This won't happen of course, but it is a possibility within the Canadian system

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    5. That's still not impeachment, and our system isn't set up to work that way.

      The House can vote non-confidence in the government, but that just puts the ball in the Governor General's court - and he'll probably just call an election. And as party leader, Trudeau has the power to block the nominations of any Liberal who votes against him.

      His own caucus could theoretically turn against him, but they don't have the power to remove him as leader under our current laws (unlike in Britain or Australia), so they won't for the reasons I just described above.

      Only a leadership vote at a party convention can do that. Then he'd resign as Prime Minister.

      The only thing that can remove Trudeau from the Liberal leadership is if, in a leadership review at his party's biennial convention, a majority of delegates voted against him staying on as leader. Which won't happen as long as he's PM.

      TL;DR The way our system's set up, he's basically guaranteed in until he either loses an election or resigns, and only a strong grassroots movement within his own party would be able to change that fact.

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  6. Redpill?! But this is simply the truth of modernization in the new Canadian society! It's simply the truth, no need for silly labels like that at all! Why do we get backlash for simply discussing the truth and progressing society to further boundaries then ever imagined before! What #5 says is true, Trudeau was a big mistake, and we'll certainly realize that in a couple of years! Cucked, cucked, cucked!

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    1. >Cuck
      This comment has been auto-disregarded as useless warbling.

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    2. Songbirds everywhere are offended by the association you are implying 6a. At least warbling is nice to listen to.

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