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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #60 on: January 11, 2019, 10:11:03 am »
Aren't those the same people having those Eyes Wide Shut orgies?


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #61 on: January 11, 2019, 10:57:40 am »
Also, as a matter of convention and habit as much as anything else, I think white people have traditionally looked toward nation, region, community or, in the case of non-Europeans, the countries of their family's European origins as sources of their pride. Nobody considers a house of full of Irish paraphernalia to be racist, or an annual Polish parade in Chicago. This largely applies to non-white people, too, but the ethnic pride movements with which we're most familiar tend to be associated with minority populations in white-majority countries, so the context is specific to those situations.
Don't worry. I'm sure the left will be on that real soon. Probably coming up this St. Patrick's Day. Some journalist will tweet out how St. Patrick's Day is racist and white supremacist or something or that it ignores the many black, gay, and Hindu contributions to Irish history.

In which case said journalist will be condemned as a grandstanding, sanctimonious killjoy by 99.9% of the population, save for a handful of vacuous opportunists hoping to ride the coattails of any attention it generates. The tweet will lie forgotten and insignificant for two days until someone spreads it around right-wing media, who convulse in another fit of mass hysteria. The straight "news" segments on Fox will open with lines like "The St. Patrick's controversy rages on...", Tucker Carlson will dedicate a special segment to it, consisting primarily of nonsense rhetorical questions like "So when did carrying a shamrock become illegal? If I drink a green beer, will I go to prison? Is the left going to start prosecuting people in leprechaun costumes?" and Breitbart will breathlessly cover it for four days, with multiple updates throughout each day, usually generating between 5 and 10 thousand comments full of blind rage. And people like you will erroneously fold the whole stupid thing into a broader "leftist agenda", further poisoning the well of our politics.


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #62 on: January 11, 2019, 11:20:21 am »
Also, as a matter of convention and habit as much as anything else, I think white people have traditionally looked toward nation, region, community or, in the case of non-Europeans, the countries of their family's European origins as sources of their pride. Nobody considers a house of full of Irish paraphernalia to be racist, or an annual Polish parade in Chicago. This largely applies to non-white people, too, but the ethnic pride movements with which we're most familiar tend to be associated with minority populations in white-majority countries, so the context is specific to those situations.
Don't worry. I'm sure the left will be on that real soon. Probably coming up this St. Patrick's Day. Some journalist will tweet out how St. Patrick's Day is racist and white supremacist or something or that it ignores the many black, gay, and Hindu contributions to Irish history.

In which case said journalist will be condemned as a grandstanding, sanctimonious killjoy by 99.9% of the population, save for a handful of vacuous opportunists hoping to ride the coattails of any attention it generates. The tweet will lie forgotten and insignificant for two days until someone spreads it around right-wing media, who convulse in another fit of mass hysteria. The straight "news" segments on Fox will open with lines like "The St. Patrick's controversy rages on...", Tucker Carlson will dedicate a special segment to it, consisting primarily of nonsense rhetorical questions like "So when did carrying a shamrock become illegal? If I drink a green beer, will I go to prison? Is the left going to start prosecuting people in leprechaun costumes?" and Breitbart will breathlessly cover it for four days, with multiple updates throughout each day, usually generating between 5 and 10 thousand comments full of blind rage. And people like you will erroneously fold the whole stupid thing into a broader "leftist agenda", further poisoning the well of our politics.

Or it might become a genuine political issue, like Australia Day.

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jan/15/australia-day-back-in-political-spotlight-as-greens-vow-to-push-for-date-change


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #63 on: January 11, 2019, 11:24:51 am »

Yeah, OK my original question was would you say that 'in polite company' which is an expression meaning:

Polite company refers to a group of people who are respectable, who conform to norms of behavior and language that are inoffensive to others in society. E.g. the vicar's tea party.

And I'm telling you that knowing you're "in polite company" is not enough to know what you can say without coming off as rude or offensive. I'm saying if you know these people and you're cool with them, you'll have a lot more freedom to say things. If you don't know them, you'll have a lot less freedom. This is true across the board (not just with racial topics).


Given the age of most of my friends. If you said "White Power", 99.9% of them would assume you're referencing Chappelle Show and Clayton Bigsby. It would probably take a good 15-20 White Powers (between which would be "Dude, shut up, you're ruining the sketch") before it would click "Wait, are you really saying 'White Power'???"

In the right context? Sure. If I said "white power" my friends or any people that I meet and get to know for a little while would also assume I'm joking. If we took a trip to Alabama and we saw a guy with a Confederate flag on his truck screaming "white power, brother!" as he drove by, I wouldn't think "damn that guy probably loves Dave Chappelle." Maybe he does, maybe he doesn't. But, as a stranger, that's super off-putting.


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #64 on: January 11, 2019, 12:01:23 pm »
Also, as a matter of convention and habit as much as anything else, I think white people have traditionally looked toward nation, region, community or, in the case of non-Europeans, the countries of their family's European origins as sources of their pride. Nobody considers a house of full of Irish paraphernalia to be racist, or an annual Polish parade in Chicago. This largely applies to non-white people, too, but the ethnic pride movements with which we're most familiar tend to be associated with minority populations in white-majority countries, so the context is specific to those situations.
Don't worry. I'm sure the left will be on that real soon. Probably coming up this St. Patrick's Day. Some journalist will tweet out how St. Patrick's Day is racist and white supremacist or something or that it ignores the many black, gay, and Hindu contributions to Irish history.

In which case said journalist will be condemned as a grandstanding, sanctimonious killjoy by 99.9% of the population, save for a handful of vacuous opportunists hoping to ride the coattails of any attention it generates. The tweet will lie forgotten and insignificant for two days until someone spreads it around right-wing media, who convulse in another fit of mass hysteria. The straight "news" segments on Fox will open with lines like "The St. Patrick's controversy rages on...", Tucker Carlson will dedicate a special segment to it, consisting primarily of nonsense rhetorical questions like "So when did carrying a shamrock become illegal? If I drink a green beer, will I go to prison? Is the left going to start prosecuting people in leprechaun costumes?" and Breitbart will breathlessly cover it for four days, with multiple updates throughout each day, usually generating between 5 and 10 thousand comments full of blind rage. And people like you will erroneously fold the whole stupid thing into a broader "leftist agenda", further poisoning the well of our politics.

Yeah, it's not like campus protests, safe spaces, trigger warnings, microaggressions, countless people forced to apologize, people getting fired, boycotts, and all sorts of things have happened because of SJWs. That's just the ravings of the right. :rolleyes:


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #65 on: January 11, 2019, 12:37:23 pm »

Yeah, it's not like campus protests, safe spaces, trigger warnings, microaggressions, countless people forced to apologize, people getting fired, boycotts, and all sorts of things have happened because of SJWs. That's just the ravings of the right. :rolleyes:

Whataboutism incoming. It's not like white supremacy has killed millions of people or anything. :rolleyes: Seriously? Being forced to apologize is far from the worst thing that can happen to you. Being fired for saying something shitty 10 years ago sucks, but realistically this is only happening in outstanding cases (or to people who have it coming). Facing a boycott because your CEO hates the gays is also not that big of a deal for your average non-CEO person.

Don't get me wrong, I think call-out culture and a lot of things happening on the left are pretty damaging, for the most part (especially the digging up of old tweets and whatnot). That said, people on the right throw temper tantrums when they get called out for shitty behavior (past and present). It's especially funny when you say the wrong thing to (dare I say "trigger") someone who pretends to be thick-skinned and they respond with the emotional maturity of a toddler. Asking for an apology is not something to throw a temper tantrum over. Losing your job might be, but that isn't happening to most people.

If we're tallying up the "all sorts of things happening" on both sides, I think the SJWs still have some catching up to do before they're on part with (the real) white supremacists (and the like).


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #66 on: January 11, 2019, 01:07:03 pm »
Well that's true. Back in the 2000s, the right was insufferable with the Dixie Chicks, LOVE AMERICA!!!, right-wing moralizing, War on Christmas stuff.

It just seems now like the pendulum has shifted and that the left is actually accomplishing these kinds of things. The right still whines and moans, but they aren't getting their way as much these days.


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #67 on: January 11, 2019, 01:29:51 pm »

Yeah, it's not like campus protests, safe spaces, trigger warnings, microaggressions, countless people forced to apologize, people getting fired, boycotts, and all sorts of things have happened because of SJWs. That's just the ravings of the right. :rolleyes:

Whataboutism incoming. It's not like white supremacy has killed millions of people or anything. :rolleyes: Seriously? Being forced to apologize is far from the worst thing that can happen to you. Being fired for saying something shitty 10 years ago sucks, but realistically this is only happening in outstanding cases (or to people who have it coming). Facing a boycott because your CEO hates the gays is also not that big of a deal for your average non-CEO person.

Don't get me wrong, I think call-out culture and a lot of things happening on the left are pretty damaging, for the most part (especially the digging up of old tweets and whatnot). That said, people on the right throw temper tantrums when they get called out for shitty behavior (past and present). It's especially funny when you say the wrong thing to (dare I say "trigger") someone who pretends to be thick-skinned and they respond with the emotional maturity of a toddler. Asking for an apology is not something to throw a temper tantrum over. Losing your job might be, but that isn't happening to most people.

If we're tallying up the "all sorts of things happening" on both sides, I think the SJWs still have some catching up to do before they're on part with (the real) white supremacists (and the like).

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It's not like white supremacy has killed millions of people or anything. :rolleyes:

Careful, you're complying with the regressive agenda no 7 (see below)

The rest of this comes across as a bit wishy washy. I mean either you think it's OK to police people's speech or jokes , force them to apologise and try to get them fired over it, or you don't. It doesn't matter whether this happens rarely, someone is a CEO, had it coming or not.

The left often comes out with these arguments but I'd have more respect for them if they were honest and said 'yes we think certain types of speech should be policed and punished.'

E.g. Marina Hyde in the Guardian the other day.

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It is one of the more embarrassing ironies of the age that everyone who utters the phrase ďBut you canít say that any moreĒ has, quite literally, just said the thing you canít say.


I think it's a bit embarrassing that she doesn't understand what the phrase 'you can't say that any more' actually means. It obviously doesn't mean you can't literally say it in some obscure comedy store, it means someone could lose their job over it.

In the very same issue there was an article about Kevin Hart stepping down from the Oscars in 2019, for.... - saying something you can't say anymore. 



 
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #68 on: January 11, 2019, 06:28:25 pm »
Since Kevin MacDonald's name has been brought up a few times, here's his Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/TOOEdit His research is in the field of evolutionary psychology. The Culture of Critique is his assertion that Judaism has acted as an evolutionary strategy for Jews. I'm currently just finishing Chapter 6, but if you are interested and don't have the time to read the whole book, I'd suggest looking at Chapter 5 The Frankfurt School and Chapter 7 Jewish Involvement in Shaping U.S. Immigration Policy. Jewish activism pushed hard to open not only the United States to non-White immigrants but other countries too, like Canada, Australia and in Europe.

What many people do not realize is that while Jews only make up about 2% of the U.S. population, they are extremely powerful, wealthy and influential in the United States, and Europe. In the U.S. nearly half of all billionaires are Jewish. The Rothschilds Family, who are Jews, created the Federal Reserve banking system and often Chair it. Jews are also the biggest political donors to both the Democrat and Republican parties. Also, 4 of the 9 U.S. Supreme Court Judges are Jews. Jews own and control the mainstream media (CNN, NBC, CBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, Walt Disney, etc.). Jews own the social media platforms (Google, Facebook, YouTube, etc.). Jews even own professional sports and the pornography industry. I recently learned that Jews also own the top dating websites like Tinder, OK Cupid, etc. And maybe even more concerning is that nearly 10% of the United States Congress is Jewish, many of whom are Israeli citizens. So for only 2% of the population, Jews are extremely powerful and influential not only on our banking, legal system and culture, but our foreign policy also.

Finally, slurs such as "supremacist" or "racist" or "anti-semite" are just ways of telling people to "shut up." But there is no argument in calling someone an anti-semite or supremacist. Also, what do you mean by "supremacist"? What do you mean by "racist"? These are poorly defined, and when people do use these words they often have different definitions of what they think these words mean. So we end up just talking past each other. As for Kevin MacDonald, he seems like a very polite, sincere and non-violent person. I've spent hours listening to his lectures and reading his papers and now the COC. He's made some pretty good observations about the nepotistic, tribal and ethnocentric aspects of Jewish behavior that I think more White normies should be thinking about.

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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #69 on: January 11, 2019, 06:36:13 pm »
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What many people do not realize is that while Jews only make up about 2% of the U.S. population, they are extremely powerful, wealthy and influential in the United States, and Europe. In the U.S. nearly half of all billionaires are Jewish. The Rothschilds Family, who are Jews, created the Federal Reserve banking system and often Chair it. Jews are also the biggest political donors to both the Democrat and Republican parties. Also, 4 of the 9 U.S. Supreme Court Judges are Jews. Jews own and control the mainstream media (CNN, NBC, CBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, Walt Disney, etc.). Jews own the social media platforms (Google, Facebook, YouTube, etc.). Jews even own professional sports and the pornography industry. I recently learned that Jews also own the top dating websites like Tinder, OK Cupid, etc. And maybe even more concerning is that nearly 10% of the United States Congress is Jewish, many of whom are Israeli citizens. So for only 2% of the population, Jews are extremely powerful and influential no only on our banking, legal system and culture, but our foreign policy also.

Why is this a problem in particular? Maybe Jewish people as a group are more hard working and ambitious than others.


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #70 on: January 11, 2019, 07:29:39 pm »

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Thank you Seouler Power. I was hoping you'd come back.
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #71 on: January 11, 2019, 07:41:11 pm »
"What many people do not realize is that while Jews..."

You always know you're dealing with a sound mind when a sentence begins like this.

Incidentally I checked out Kevin McDonald's Twitter feed. There's quite a bit of stuff about "Jewish activism push[ing] hard to open not only the United States to non-White immigrants but other countries too, like Canada, Australia and in Europe." Guess which Jew is the main culprit? Hint: His initials are GS, but he's a bit older than 25.
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #72 on: January 12, 2019, 10:02:22 pm »
Guy is obviously seeking attention from other forum members or
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However, most interesting post this week.  This place has been
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True, the most riveting thread has been the great coat hooks versus rack debate.
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #73 on: January 13, 2019, 08:34:54 am »
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I've met a few White Canadian males who are CivNats, or Libertarians, but that's it. I'm just curious if there are any White males in Korea who are on the new right.

Have you tried Grindr?

I think heís talking about straight men with testosterone and balls.  Like a menís group similar to the last 500,000 thousand years.  But I know right? Doesnít he know the future is soy boys who let other minority groups go first.   Get with the program dude, we progressives have it figured out and we know much more than say that idiot Isaac Newton, the old fart. 
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #74 on: January 13, 2019, 08:49:21 am »
Since Kevin MacDonald's name has been brought up a few times, here's his Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/TOOEdit His research is in the field of evolutionary psychology. The Culture of Critique is his assertion that Judaism has acted as an evolutionary strategy for Jews. I'm currently just finishing Chapter 6, but if you are interested and don't have the time to read the whole book, I'd suggest looking at Chapter 5 The Frankfurt School and Chapter 7 Jewish Involvement in Shaping U.S. Immigration Policy. Jewish activism pushed hard to open not only the United States to non-White immigrants but other countries too, like Canada, Australia and in Europe.

What many people do not realize is that while Jews only make up about 2% of the U.S. population, they are extremely powerful, wealthy and influential in the United States, and Europe. In the U.S. nearly half of all billionaires are Jewish. The Rothschilds Family, who are Jews, created the Federal Reserve banking system and often Chair it. Jews are also the biggest political donors to both the Democrat and Republican parties. Also, 4 of the 9 U.S. Supreme Court Judges are Jews. Jews own and control the mainstream media (CNN, NBC, CBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, Walt Disney, etc.). Jews own the social media platforms (Google, Facebook, YouTube, etc.). Jews even own professional sports and the pornography industry. I recently learned that Jews also own the top dating websites like Tinder, OK Cupid, etc. And maybe even more concerning is that nearly 10% of the United States Congress is Jewish, many of whom are Israeli citizens. So for only 2% of the population, Jews are extremely powerful and influential not only on our banking, legal system and culture, but our foreign policy also.

Finally, slurs such as "supremacist" or "racist" or "anti-semite" are just ways of telling people to "shut up." But there is no argument in calling someone an anti-semite or supremacist. Also, what do you mean by "supremacist"? What do you mean by "racist"? These are poorly defined, and when people do use these words they often have different definitions of what they think these words mean. So we end up just talking past each other. As for Kevin MacDonald, he seems like a very polite, sincere and non-violent person. I've spent hours listening to his lectures and reading his papers and now the COC. He's made some pretty good observations about the nepotistic, tribal and ethnocentric aspects of Jewish behavior that I think more White normies should be thinking about.

I have great appreciation for the cajones that it takes speaking about this subject in a university.   The university is filled with racist , by leftist standards , Cornell wests and tanahisis coates.  The double standard has got to end.
I would love to see the lefts best regularly debate someone like dinesh dsouza.  They wonít because they simply get destroyed, which is kind of weird considering that they consider themselves the smart ones
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #75 on: January 13, 2019, 10:34:57 am »
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I've met a few White Canadian males who are CivNats, or Libertarians, but that's it. I'm just curious if there are any White males in Korea who are on the new right.

Have you tried Grindr?

I think heís talking about straight men with testosterone and balls.  Like a menís group similar to the last 500,000 thousand years.  But I know right? Doesnít he know the future is soy boys who let other minority groups go first.   Get with the program dude, we progressives have it figured out and we know much more than say that idiot Isaac Newton, the old fart.

Ah, okay then. In that case he should talk to Patrick Bateman, who spends a lot of time at the gym analyzing the penis size, body contrours and "soft features" of Korean men. If I were seeking a good set of balls in Korea, he'd be my go-to guy.


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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #76 on: January 13, 2019, 10:43:48 am »
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I've met a few White Canadian males who are CivNats, or Libertarians, but that's it. I'm just curious if there are any White males in Korea who are on the new right.

Have you tried Grindr?

I think heís talking about straight men with testosterone and balls.  Like a menís group similar to the last 500,000 thousand years.  But I know right? Doesnít he know the future is soy boys who let other minority groups go first.   Get with the program dude, we progressives have it figured out and we know much more than say that idiot Isaac Newton, the old fart.

Ah, okay then. In that case he should talk to Patrick Bateman, who spends a lot of time at the gym analyzing the penis size, body contrours and "soft features" of Korean men. If I were seeking a good set of balls in Korea, he'd be my go-to guy.
My post wasnít post modernist.  Thereís actually meaning there. 
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Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #77 on: January 13, 2019, 10:49:40 am »
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I would love to see the lefts best regularly debate someone like dinesh dsouza.  They wonít because they simply get destroyed, which is kind of weird considering that they consider themselves the smart ones

Wish granted!

Christopher Hitchens vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gnj48E-hXw
Peter Singer vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcwWliq8PDI
Thom Hartman vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOWCgukPzhs
William Ayers vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWxCxMy-_s0
David Silverman vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rACrVLuIfDY
Cenk Uygur vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4sULDNpvqs
Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett and Christopher Hitchens vs. Dinesh D'Souza and various others - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAmdbBWluYE


And for good measure, some self-identified libertarians...

Penn Jillette vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SakF4FJPyCo
Michael Shermer vs. Dinesh D'Souza - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SLxwkhomxs


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #78 on: January 13, 2019, 10:52:19 am »
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I've met a few White Canadian males who are CivNats, or Libertarians, but that's it. I'm just curious if there are any White males in Korea who are on the new right.

Have you tried Grindr?

I think heís talking about straight men with testosterone and balls.  Like a menís group similar to the last 500,000 thousand years.  But I know right? Doesnít he know the future is soy boys who let other minority groups go first.   Get with the program dude, we progressives have it figured out and we know much more than say that idiot Isaac Newton, the old fart.

Ah, okay then. In that case he should talk to Patrick Bateman, who spends a lot of time at the gym analyzing the penis size, body contrours and "soft features" of Korean men. If I were seeking a good set of balls in Korea, he'd be my go-to guy.

Yeah, you can talk to me.  I'm a right wing conservative that doesn't have white guilt and I'm proud of my European ancestors' accomplishments.  Definitely in the 99% + percentile in "balls" and actual manliness in these parts.  I don't consider grunting, chain-smoking and spitting like tough guy Koreans do at the nightlife areas, manliness.  Nor the feminine English teachers in their skinny jeans and makeup.  I hang out with military folks who still have test running higher than estrogen in their veins.  feelsmanlybro.gif


Re: Any New Right EFL Teachers in Seoul?
« Reply #79 on: January 13, 2019, 10:56:41 am »