That Guy wrote: ↑1 month ago
Sure bro, the only thing you have is being a degenerate faggot.
Again, getting your ass beat near to death by a rabid black is the best thing that could happen to you, and it's coming.
I actually don't find men attractive, I wish I did. I'd have a more active love life if I was attracted to men as I often get checked out by other men.
It used to frustrate me, really piss me off! But now I'm older and wiser, I'm just flattered.
I wish gay men made me feel uncomfortable like they make you feel uncomfortable, because they don't make me feel anything
At least you have a passionate reaction to gay men, that's admirable in a way.
Life is all about feelings. God, we need to feel! I need to feel.
Anyway, how can you be so sure about this impending black apocalypse? Is this something you want to happen or fear happening? Your writing on this, surprisingly enough, displays an ambivalence.
Please get back to me and clear things up. And tell how it will all go down. I'm curious.
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Johnson wrote: ↑1 month ago
Which publications or writers do you tend to go to?
Lately my favorite writer is a guy named Gary Brecher -- aka The War Nerd.
He mainly covers armed human conflict from the middle ages up until the modern day.
Although he has been inactive now since around 2015 and I've only just discovered him from a link on Quillette
He (The War Nerd) writes with such a flair and imagery that I was instantly captured by his style.
For example, he once wrote an article on the siege of Vienna and I thought I'd struggle to stay interested in this subject, what with all the ancient references and all the religious reasoning. But I stayed with it 'til the end.
It was such a great read because interesting writers have a way of making the factual and even the mundane (inner religious and political machinations) seem romantic.
Gary Bretcher's writing is both factual and
entertainment. Entertaining without being cheesy.
Another great writer: Steve Hyden.
I often go back and read a series of articles he wrote for the AV club called Whatever Happened to Alternative Nation?
These articles cover the years 1990 through 1999, and the state of popular music therein.
Each year demanding its own lengthy piece. So obviously the focus of these articles is on the early 90's grunge explosion and then absorption by the mainstream through the decade.
The final installment covers the debacle that was Woodstock 99 and its aftermath.
Another superb article is by a guy named Tom Junod and it's called The Falling Man.
A very hard hitting piece about that famous photograph featuring a man falling seemingly peaceful and still from the North Tower of the World Trade Center on that terrible Tuesday of 9-11-2001.
It's a hard read emotionally but, again, this writer has a certain style that I'm drawn to.
As far as daily or weekly reading goes: Im ofter reading something from Quillette, a site Fred (Admin) introduced me to. Or maybe something from Aljazeera on the Middle East.
Thanks for asking, Johnson.
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Doesn't surprise me, expect more of this in the coming months/years.
Humans are inherently tribal, especially in times of heightened racial tensions.
This dopey my tribe matters more than your tribe
So I believe whites are kidding themselves if they think they can find partners in equality amongst these tribalists of color. These people want retribution not equality.