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You might think you know the full story of the so-called alt-right, known for their venomous racism and virulent anti-feminism. But a new documentary is shedding light on what it says is one of the most surprising roots of the movement: Sexual frustration.Author Angela Nagle spent more than a year exploring the online origins of the current "alt-right" movement, which she says included communities of single men looking for advice on "picking up" women. She said many of these so-called pick-up artists argued that feminism was part of what made attracting women so difficult.Nagle's report can be found in the new Fusion documentary, "Trumpland: Kill All Normies.""It definitely did start out with the picking up women stuff," Nagle told ABC News' "Nightline."It's a world that appears riddled with extensive and seemingly innocuous terminology, like "manosphere," "men's rights" and "incels.""[Incels] are involuntarily celibate men. And so, the incel kind of forum world was very much about expressing your frustration about being celibate. That was really the place where the endless conversations about essentially, 'Why am I still celibate,' turned into civilizational and racial and kind of big questions about the idea that essentially the whole sexual liberation project was a mistake," said Nagle.
besides, said baby proves I've gotten laid at least once since I got married.
haha, the alt-right can't get laid. what a bunch of losers!
Quote from: el jefe on February 16, 2018, 11:33:29 AMbesides, said baby proves I've gotten laid at least once since I got married.Not necessarily. It only proves she has.
Quote from: uncool on February 16, 2018, 11:37:01 AMQuote from: el jefe on February 16, 2018, 11:33:29 AMbesides, said baby proves I've gotten laid at least once since I got married.Not necessarily. It only proves she has.spoken like a true gamergateralt-righter
On the same episode, a guest bashed the idea of having diversity in schools and said, "a kid from Nigeria and a kid who came from Sweden are supposed to learn exactly the same." The guest added that they were expected to have the "same IQ" and that "science" has proven some races are more intelligent than others. Volitich "enthusiastically agreed" with her guest, the Huffington Post noted.Twitter and Facebook accounts run by "Tiana Dalichov" have since been deleted, and did not provide any comments to the Huffington Post.Her guest went on to make the case for more teachers going undercover in order to infiltrate public schools."They don't have to be vocal about their views, but get in there!" the guest said, according to the Post. "Be more covert and just start taking over those places."Under pseudonym, Volitich agreed, "Right, I am absolutely one of them."
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"A lot of times you'll connect with someone [on an app] and they'll Google you, find out you worked for Trump's campaign, and then it's pretty much all downhill from there," said one Trump administration official in the story. So much for the tolerant left!
He once brought a woman back to his place, and while checking out his bookshelf, she noticed some books by conservative thinkers, he says. "She was like, 'Oh no. First question: Did you vote for Trump?'," the reporter says. He told her no, but that he was conservative. "She was like 'I have to get out of here. I can't see you,' and left."
Asked if he's trying to make Ásatrú theology "racist-proof," the way certain French imams are trying to craft a "preventive theology" that will make Islam resistant to being coopted by fundamentalists, Seigfried said he doesn't think that's possible. "If someone wants to go spelunking for mythological justifications of ethnic superiority, they'll hit pay dirt in the texts of almost any religious tradition," he told me by email. "Those who seek validation for hateful views will always manage to find some passage they can interpret in a way that justifies their bigotry."But Seigfried doesn't want to let the racists set the parameters for how the heathen religion or its symbols get discussed in the media and construed by the broader public. His strategy is to expand and enrich Ásatrú theology so that it tackles many contemporary issues, demonstrating its wide-ranging relevance. He takes inspiration from the social-justice-oriented Catholic theologians of Latin America who created Liberation Theology in the 1950s and 1960s.