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sneedger 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wasn't the election, it was the fact that they got away with rigging it. They don't think consequences exist anymore, so they're doing whatever they feel like. They'll eventually hit something particularly durable, and it'll start catching fire.

Until then, make yourself as durable as possible. Find a community, get a committee position if possible, and try to help Trump people take over your local/state GOP. Also work out, grow food if you can (every bit helps), and try to learn skills.

Antimediabullshit [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

It seems they are EXTREMELY bold lately like something happened to make them throw their masks off and make us wear ours. They used to just 'smile' their way on camera and laugh or joke their way out of problems they created.

sneedger 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's half that they can't believe Trump let them get away with the steal, and half that they know the next guy won't be anywhere near as nice.

Oaky 3 points ago +3 / -0

It wasn't just the election.

All this woke shit has been creeping up for well over a decade. I first noticed it in ~2010 or so when I was in college and my weeb girl friends would show me Tumblr and I'd watch all those insane SJW/feminist videos. In 2012 Anita Sarkeesian came out of the woodwork and make her shitty feminist videos. In 2014 it kicked off hard with gamergate. Then in 2016 the meme lord Trump getting elected made everyone go insane.

Most normal people, at least those that I encounter, really seem to not like this shit. This is seems pretty clearly evidenced by the phenomenon of "get woke go broke" and very anti-woke shit like the new Chappelle special getting 95% positive user ratings whilst the "professional critics" hate it.

The problem is that, ironically, those who complain about "institutional power" actually have a lot of it. Twitter and Reddit admins are very much on the "woke" side of the culture war. As are many large gaming and other media companies. They can twist narratives, selectively enforce rules, and censor information they don't like.

The online world isn't much of a good representation of the real one, those with the strongest and most extreme opinions are the loudest. Most people don't care about most things outside of their bubble.

Antimediabullshit [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've notice that. Online everyone is filled with swearing and food throwing where normal families remain offline and don't even know there IS a digital food fight ongoing!

BigOT 1 point ago +1 / -0

this has all happened before, and it will all happen again

TheWhiteFalcon [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removed for Rule 3 - unrelated politics

TallestSkil -1 points ago +1 / -2

Because it didn’t. The nation has been 100% under jewish control for over a century. You’re just not paying attention, is all.