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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by JLBB » 1 week ago

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@JLBB you tried to articulate your reasons for hating nameless but I can't understand why these personality traits (of nameless) give you such strong feelings in the first place.

Also, why would you let a guy who is half the world away have such a strong impact on your psyche?
It's not like @nameless has any impact on your day to day activities, is it?
You sound a bit unhinged, mate.
What you need to understand is that one, or me in this situation can have incredibly negative thoughts about someone, say them, but at the same time not give half a shit about him. It’s actually not that complicated. Put it this way, what does saying terrible things about Nameless have to do with him affecting my “psyche?” Logically, they aren’t connected at all.

Is anything I said about Nameless incorrect? The guy is clearly the stupidest person on the forum, he is one of the most prominent posters here so all I read in this thread is him arguing with That Guy, it’s not as if I brought him up out of nowhere. He adds nothing of value, I understand why you might not have an issue with him but even then I’m sure you’ve cringed on multiple occasions if you’ve read his posts and know that he’s mentally ill.

Your post sounds like a defense mechanism because you feel sorry for the poor guy and don’t like me being mean rather than based in reality. Looking at that post I wrote I’m proud of it, everything I said is true and the harshness is deserved. The post reads well too and obviously evoked a strong reaction. I couldn’t care less if it sounds over the top because you and others who upvoted are the ones dwelling on it not me. Maybe give him a wank off if you feel so bad for him, although I’m sure he will be getting plenty of those from 20 year old bae baes once he gets his hair back.

In saying that even I feel bad for nameless in many ways, but it doesn’t change anything else I said about him. I’d even like for him to get his hair back and suspect that would go a long way for his mental state.

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

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Exodus wrote:
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Dude who even are you? Did that guy fuck your girlfriend or something? Lmfao. Where does all this come from
Well he's gay, and trust me — I definitely didn't fuck his boyfriend.

I'm not certain what his problem is. I seem to recall him having a favorable opinion of me until I called him out on his incessant crying on hairloss forums.

Ever since that moment, he's stalked me.

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Don't fucking pretend that ONLY you evil Nazis are sole saviors of society. I and many conservatives and fair minded liberals are firmly against things like destabilizing family units, sexualization of children, decriminalization of the spread of intentional life destroying diseases, censoring thoughts, false rape accusations, etc. We actively fight against these things every day. However, unlike you deranged, racist, Nazis we are not full of hate for Jews, homosexual, minorities, etc. Unlike you, we don't think there can be any justification for the holocaust. We consider it absolute evil.
Well, I'm not a real Nazi, so obviously I don't think they're the saviors.

It's just obvious that Hitler had the right idea about what a country is, and how to run it. And we'd all be better off if he'd won, and better still if Churchill would've left him alone.

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by Exodus » 1 week ago

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Well he's gay, and trust me — I definitely didn't fuck his boyfriend.

I'm not certain what his problem is. I seem to recall him having a favorable opinion of me until I called him out on his incessant crying on hairloss forums.

Ever since that moment, he's stalked me.
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Well, I'm not a real Nazi, so obviously I don't think they're the saviors.

It's just obvious that Hitler had the right idea about what a country is, and how to run it. And we'd all be better off if he'd won, and better still if Churchill would've left him alone.
So you like hitler because of his conservative values? Hes not the only one with conservative values

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

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Dude who even are you? Did that guy fuck your girlfriend or something? Lmfao. Where does all this come from
See also, Exodus
See also, Exodus
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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by That Guy » 1 week ago

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So you like hitler because of his conservative values? Hes not the only one with conservative values
I like Hitler because he fought the Jewish banking menace and won, at least in his day. He brought Germany up from the ashes, gave them their country back, made it a place worth living in again, and established easily the best economic system that can exist in an industrialized economy and demonstrated that our nations need a stronger type of leadership than what "democracy" can provide.

There is no other man in the 20th Century or 21st who did the good that Hitler did, at least before the war. That is why Hitler has become the most villified man in human history; despite the fact that most of what happened during the war under Germany pales in comparison to almost every other historical atrocity.

My beef with the Nazis on the whole, past and present, is that they are ultimately more concerned, in the long run, with National Socialism and its maniacal obsession with futurism. I am concerned with traditionalism, upholding the greatness white civilization once had, and oppose many of the technological advancements being made that drive us further into a dystopia.

Nazis see this as "limiting" and anachronistic; many things that I'd see as fundamental aspects of our culture were outlawed by the NSDAP. Many Nazis have written extensively on this subject, including Martin Bormann of the NSDAP and Klas Lund, founder of the Nordic Front.

You see, I believe that the European race is great because of our inherit virtues and sense of beauty. I understand that our homes will not be the same, and we cannot have our true societies, our great civilizations, once peaceful, with "diversity". We greatly dishonor our ancestors who toiled through seemingly insurmountable horrors by just giving all of this away to foreign peoples who have no rightful claim to it, and no just reason whatsoever for taking any pieces of it for themselves, on our soil. No one even asked us if we wanted to. Just politicians and their Jewish financiers who made the decision for us.

Nazis feel that the European race is great because of our technological achievements, and that diversity is a problem mainly because it stands in the way of that. That our society being diluted "limits" our capabilities in the future. Nazis are not opposed to modernity, and all the woes it has brought us — rather, they just wish to be the ones in control of it. Klas Lund describes civilization as a "technological adventure".

Well the thing is: People have seen what modernity has brought us, and more and more of us are realizing we don't like it or want it. We don't believe civilization is just a technological story-arc. We prefer our traditional music, clothing, and ethics and eating real food grown in our own gardens over processed shit. We prefer not to see the world as a meaningless void where everything is just physics and biology at work instead of a world full of divine meaning. We prefer the beauty standards of the past, with women who embrace their femininity, with half-timbered houses and beautiful stonework instead of the monolithic tombs of modern apartment buildings and skyscrapers. I could go on.

That is what the white nationalists want. That is what I want. It is not what the Nazis want, even if many of their other ideas about economics and such might be good; the thing is, right now, it's mostly only the legit nazi parties who are openly advocating for the interests of white people instead of simply implying it. So they are to be commended for that.

But the goals of white nationalists and the goals of literal Nazis are fundamentally incompatible.

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

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That Guy wrote:
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I like Hitler
Why post it anonymously on a Belgian hairloss website? Wear it proudly on a baseball hat

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by Afro_Vacancy » 1 week ago

JLBB wrote:
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The guy is clearly the stupidest person on the forum,
That critique of nameless is not correct.

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by That Guy » 1 week ago

yettee wrote:
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Why post it anonymously on a Belgian hairloss website? Wear it proudly on a baseball hat
Lol, I have no problem telling people everything I just said there.

But look at you, as fucking usual.

Quote one little part and run with it. Don't even address the argument. Again, you cocksuckers have absolutely no rectitude whatsoever.

To be expected, though. It's exactly how your politics managed to be implemented in the last few generations: You had to lie, subvert, and use every sort of underhanded tactic you could to get into power, and the continue to use slander, force and censorship in order to keep it. Because without that, no one would've ever let your bullshit stand.

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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

Post by Afro_Vacancy » 1 week ago

yettee wrote:
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Why post it anonymously on a Belgian hairloss website? Wear it proudly on a baseball hat
One thing that's a little funny about his Nazi love is that he's utterly ignorant of the Nazis.

I can understand in some sick way why somebody might like the Nazis, as I've actually studied them. But I can see that @That Guy has not studied the Nazis, and it's fairly easy to prove.

He only ever mentions Hitler.

Do a search for his posts and you will never see him mention *any* of the other individuals that mattered: Hermann Goering, Heinrich Himmler, Joachin von Ribbentrop, Albert Speer, Joseph Goebells, Adolph Eichmann, Reinhard Heydrich, Martin Bormann, to say nothing of Erich von Mansteinn, Heinz Guderian, Friedrich Paulus, Karl Donitz, Erwin Rommel, etc. One time he mentioned Rudolph Hess, who was less important than all of those other people.

He's in love with the Nazis, but he wouldn't be able to tell you who any of those people were without looking them up on Wikipedia. The Nazis have been his obsession for a year now and yet Hitler is the only significant one that he's heard of. Even on his passion project, he knows nothing.

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Yeah you had you dishonest little shit.
May I ask why you removed the "unemployed"-bit? I thought I could let it to, but I'm too curious to understand why you put it there in the first place as well.

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Blessed are the unemployed.
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Post by Afro_Vacancy » 1 week ago

@Arjen ,

It was something that I should not have written. Separately from the fact that I don't know if he's unemployed or underemployed, in general it's not necessarily a wrong thing.

There are many reasons why somebody might be in a bad situation. In his case it would be due to his poor social skills, and the fact that his narcissism prevents him from learning skills. Note that he lives in Canada's wealthiest province, it'd be relatively easy for him to make a high income. Regardless, learning is painful, it requires acknowledging that one doesn't know everything, which he will not be able to do.

However, there are many other reasons why somebody might be in that situation, which do apply to other people, so it was wrong of me to write that. A person could be between jobs, laid off, or have had an injury. So I removed it. It was poor judgment and I should not have written that in the first place.

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@Arjen ,

It was something that I should not have written. Separately from the fact that I don't know if he's unemployed or underemployed, in general it's not necessarily a wrong thing.

There are many reasons why somebody might be in a bad situation. In his case it would be due to his poor social skills, and the fact that his narcissism prevents him from learning skills. Note that he lives in Canada's wealthiest province, it'd be relatively easy for him to make a high income. Regardless, learning is painful, it requires acknowledging that one doesn't know everything, which he will not be able to do.

However, there are many other reasons why somebody might be in that situation, which do apply to other people, so it was wrong of me to write that. A person could be between jobs, laid off, or have had an injury. So I removed it. It was poor judgment and I should not have written that in the first place.
This is something I’ve been establishing as a casual observer: you are (or give the impression of being) very composed, so it naturally stood out immediately that you made a remark that is obviously not linked to the argument as such. Not only does it imply he gets to you (it can be quite satisfying for a person to make somebody lose their temper, especially if it rarely happens, I suppose – probably another reason why you deleted it?), it also suggests that you derive your feeling of superiority based on the fact he is (potentially) unemployed, while you are not.
Ironically, I could relate to that sentiment, especially if we are talking about repeated long-term unemployment, I agree that it potentially indicates shortcomings in important areas of life, especially if the respective person appears to be of at least average intelligence.

As for That Guy: I had once an Uber-drive with a guy who was originally from Poland. A lot of the talk he was talking was very similar to That Guy’s narrative on here, and while I did think he was making some good points others do not dare to say out loud, it soon got too intense and fanatical. In fact, it annoyed me that he missed my exit, being all focused on this rant. I then mentioned whom I worked for, that ensured he went quiet and drove me to my place quite quickly.

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I then mentioned whom I worked for, that ensured he went quiet and drove me to my place quite quickly.
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Re: IoHL Community Coffee Shop

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Arjen wrote:
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This is something I’ve been establishing as a casual observer: you are (or give the impression of being) very composed, so it naturally stood out immediately that you made a remark that is obviously not linked to the argument as such. Not only does it imply he gets to you (it can be quite satisfying for a person to make somebody lose their temper, especially if it rarely happens, I suppose – probably another reason why you deleted it?), it also suggests that you derive your feeling of superiority based on the fact he is (potentially) unemployed, while you are not.
Ironically, I could relate to that sentiment, especially if we are talking about repeated long-term unemployment, I agree that it potentially indicates shortcomings in important areas of life, especially if the respective person appears to be of at least average intelligence.

As for That Guy: I had once an Uber-drive with a guy who was originally from Poland. A lot of the talk he was talking was very similar to That Guy’s narrative on here, and while I did think he was making some good points others do not dare to say out loud, it soon got too intense and fanatical. In fact, it annoyed me that he missed my exit, being all focused on this rant. I then mentioned whom I worked for, that ensured he went quiet and drove me to my place quite quickly.
It's also something that bothers him, he's clearly annoyed that he's at the bottom of the social ladder.

I've had a lot of Uber drivers and yeah I do find that many if them talk, which doesn't bother me personally. I've had Black power advocates, and Trump supporters as my Uber drivers. But it surprises me that they do it, as Uber is very strict. It takes a relatively small number of bad ratings to lose your job, and lots of other people will give 0 stars out of 5 for bad politics.

The lowest that I ever gave was 3/5. The guy's driving and attitude annoyed me. He kept taking the wrong turn, and then he blamed the GPS for giving him the wrong directions. I would have been fine with him saying "sorry, I took a wrong turn", but it really irritated me that he decided to deflect blame.

Normally I give 5/5, or I don't rate.

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