Or he lived a happy live in Brazil with Mengele and they created a race of people via experiments in order to be featured in a fiction 70s film that people take as factual, inspiring conspiracy theories for decades to come. Whatever. The boy’s a dead duck.
See here’s the thing: Hitler’s dead. There is no more Nazi. Anybody who uses the word for themselves is a faker and a liar, an actor and pretender.
Dead’s dead. Gone is gone. All over now. People play acting are like the teenage girls who dress up and roleplay Homestuck.
And the Homestuck regime is also dead.
Come to think of it, I think Homestuck nearly outlived Nazi Germany, at least its active years when they got stupid.
It’s dead. It failed. No more. It lost.
You’re an idealist and a dreamer. That’s nice.
Cuck. That word should’ve stayed in 4chan. It’s never going to make sense to anybody except your aberrant subculture. You’re a hippie, Piero, with dreams of change.
You’re not speaking for yourself and that’s the funny thing: You’re the mouthpiece of the people you hung out with online, absorbing their stories and fables, language and ideology.
If it works for you, go for it. But it’s Homestuck.
There’s the cuck again. Look, have your ideals and roleplay. It’s sweet. You can probably pull it off for a few more years. Enjoy it. Have fun. I have a rare pepe somewhere. Shaking a few old handpicked papers that say SCIENCE BITCH on the front of it are less than impressive. I’m a science nut. I know where science is good and the areas it’s weak in. I also know when lifting results from one area of science for a political purpose is a misuse of Science.
But whatever. This stuff is fun for you, so enjoy the party.
Ah here we go. One of my younger Vine followers made this of me. He’s part of a group calling themselves “v-Nazi” and they post various funny memes. Kid’s probably about 14 or 15 I’d guess. It’s nice to be a collectable.
I’ve got enough “I’m a Nazi” followers on various services that I can’t take anybody seriously who calls themselves a National Socialist. Stick to the fun side of it. The memes and whatnot. Once you entering the larger world and expect people to take it seriously, you won’t get too far. Of course there’s always doxxing, creating fake profiles, yadda yadda, but that’s young teenager stuff.
You come across as a young conspiracy theorist, destined for tin-foil hat wearing when you’re my age. Shake your fist against “The System” all you like. Maybe you’ll make change. I shouldn’t be so cynical.
But if you want someone not of your group to take you seriously, you gotta lose “cuck”. Nobody cares about that word in the larger world. It’s deeznuts / damndaniel #damnsonwheredyoufindthis . If you want to be taken seriously, hanging on to club lingo doesn’t work.
WHY I’m trying to be helpful, I don’t know. Your ideology ain’t my ideology by any stretch. But I know about effective and ineffective rhetoric and whatever it is that floats you boat, always strive to improve yours.
Anyway, I’m no teacher. I’ll take off my fake professor hat now.
I don’t go there. Uninformed is the correct answer. All my info is based upon my experiences from those who entered the larger Internet from there and my impressions of them.
Nothing’s secret online once they leave their nests and bring their subculture with them. Some details? Sure. But in-jokes stop becoming in-jokes after a while as they get diluted on the larger ‘net and their effectiveness begins to wane as portions of their ideas get adopted by others who were never in the nest.
Seen it with too many online groups through the years. Same exact process. Once you spread out among the population, it gets diluted, the gene pool no longer contained, the message goes away and gets changed.
11 yr old “v-Nazi” groups on Vine for example that have never been to 4chan pick up the memes and language and run with it, transforming it, causing a back-feed into the original group, transforming the original into something new.
Happens all of the time. Seen it with the furries, the bronies, countless other subcultures.
Just the fact that members are here on *Facebook* means it’s already too late. As movements spread beyond their initial territory and bring their ideas with them and lingo, they begin to die and don’t even see it happening.
I’m not much for politics or political movements, Piero. It’s honestly, truly, not my thing. I don’t care much for “victim/oppressor” narratives – they’re overused and overdone, especially in the USA.
If you researched it and believe it, that’s fine. You have a cause that matters to you. I don’t really care WHAT govt I’m under, so long as basic human rights are taken care of.
Well, I don’t study hard about the subject; I have other interests. [for example, I find subcultures on the Internet fascinating when I see them arise – that’s an area of study for me that’s participatory and ongoing].
But as far as human rights go, I mostly start/stop at the UN. Not that they’re perfect by any means: their very construction was based on shakey, dubious foundations.
But that being said, it’s something. If you can get workable treaties among nations, WHATEVER those nations govts are, you’ve got some basic human rights at least in theory, and an organization to appeal to that goes beyond your national borders.
I’d like something better than them? Sure. But so far, they’re it.
In a Post WWII world that we’re in now, Hitler’s just not possible any longer. There will still be wars and such: I doubt they will ever end, but there’s no longer nobody to turn to. There’s _something_ now.