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SJW's, Third-wave Feminazi's, Tumblrettes, they're all idiots who don't even have the brain power to know how hypocritical they're being. The only evidence I need to provide is their favored term "White Cis Male". That is, beyond any doubt, a racial slur. Just as bad as calling a black person a "Nigger" or calling an Asian person a "Chink". I seriously hope they wise up to their stupidity before long. Though I highly doubt it. They're deluded and stuck in their ways, like so many people. Best solution is to ignore them as best you can. And if a Feminazi just won't leave you alone, just ask them the question that is their bane: "What right under the law do men have that women do not?". There is not a single one.
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They are all in your head not real
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I'm sure that once upon a time a land far far away SJW stood for something good, trying right wrongs and stand for the oppressed. Now most if not all SJWs are now just load mouth, ignorant, hypocritical, bigots who just want attention. real shame (Idk)
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ThundahKnuckles wrote:

SJW's, Third-wave Feminazi's, Tumblrettes,


My sides

These people astound me.
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sundin13 wrote:

I don't disagree with the video, but I feel like Sargon is becoming more and more ideological as he focuses less on ideas and why he disagrees with them and more on crafting a narrative around the actions of a few individuals. We don't need someone to explain why the "anti-racist" at the beginning was wrong and if you want to talk about cultural appropriation, you should go into detail about why it is ridiculous, not about how the person calling out the white guy was enjoying themselves...


I find it funny that "ideological" has become a dirty word.
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megahobbit wrote:


sundin13 wrote:

I don't disagree with the video, but I feel like Sargon is becoming more and more ideological as he focuses less on ideas and why he disagrees with them and more on crafting a narrative around the actions of a few individuals. We don't need someone to explain why the "anti-racist" at the beginning was wrong and if you want to talk about cultural appropriation, you should go into detail about why it is ridiculous, not about how the person calling out the white guy was enjoying themselves...


I find it funny that "ideological" has become a dirty word.


Ideology, as I speak of it, is the death of intellect. Once you become an ideologue you stop seeing things in terms of logic and reason and start seeing things in terms of "us vs. them", and feel the need to cling tightly to your beliefs when they are challenged instead of honestly and openly assessing your positions.

You can see this quite clearly in a lot of things that have become politicized, like politics themselves. Both sides have tied their identity so strongly into their current belief system that reassessing their beliefs would mean losing their identity.
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Ideology, as I speak of it, is the death of intellect. Once you become an ideologue you stop seeing things in terms of logic and reason and start seeing things in terms of "us vs. them", and feel the need to cling tightly to your beliefs when they are challenged instead of honestly and openly assessing your positions.

You can see this quite clearly in a lot of things that have become politicized, like politics themselves. Both sides have tied their identity so strongly into their current belief system that reassessing their beliefs would mean losing their identity.


Well I think theres a difference between a person who follows an ideology and a "ideologue". I think a big mistake that alot of people (especially Sargon) have made is that they think feminism is full of ideologues who have one set viewpoint. This can be seen in some of his comments on Laci Green and how he thinks here beliefs dont line up with what he thinks is "standard feminism".

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megahobbit wrote:
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case and point.
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megahobbit wrote:


sundin13 wrote:


Ideology, as I speak of it, is the death of intellect. Once you become an ideologue you stop seeing things in terms of logic and reason and start seeing things in terms of "us vs. them", and feel the need to cling tightly to your beliefs when they are challenged instead of honestly and openly assessing your positions.

You can see this quite clearly in a lot of things that have become politicized, like politics themselves. Both sides have tied their identity so strongly into their current belief system that reassessing their beliefs would mean losing their identity.


Well I think theres a difference between a person who follows an ideology and a "ideologue". I think a big mistake that alot of people (especially Sargon) have made is that they think feminism is full of ideologues who have one set viewpoint. This can be seen in some of his comments on Laci Green and how he thinks here beliefs dont line up with what he thinks is "standard feminism".



The difference is only a matter of degrees, not a fundamental difference. An ideologue is consumed, someone who follows an ideology simply has a parasite attached to their brain. As for feminism, while there are a lot of different branches, there are still a lot of ideologues within each of those branches (and there is often a lot of overlap between branches).

Not entirely sure what you are referring to with your last sentence though.
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The main problem I see is that such people seem too eager to be offended FOR others. If it doesn't concern you in some way and the person being spoken to isn't offended, why should you be?
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The difference is only a matter of degrees, not a fundamental difference. An ideologue is consumed, someone who follows an ideology simply has a parasite attached to their brain. As for feminism, while there are a lot of different branches, there are still a lot of ideologues within each of those branches (and there is often a lot of overlap between branches).

Not entirely sure what you are referring to with your last sentence though.


Last sentence doesnt matter but referring to ideologies a parasites is kinda stupid and ignorant of history. Our founding fathers could all were followers of an ideology in some way and look what they made. Saying ideology is akin to a parasite is essentially bitch slapping millions of philosophers who founded the very nature of our culture in the face.
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megahobbit wrote:


sundin13 wrote:


The difference is only a matter of degrees, not a fundamental difference. An ideologue is consumed, someone who follows an ideology simply has a parasite attached to their brain. As for feminism, while there are a lot of different branches, there are still a lot of ideologues within each of those branches (and there is often a lot of overlap between branches).

Not entirely sure what you are referring to with your last sentence though.


Last sentence doesnt matter but referring to ideologies a parasites is kinda stupid and ignorant of history. Our founding fathers could all were followers of an ideology in some way and look what they made. Saying ideology is akin to a parasite is essentially bitch slapping millions of philosophers who founded the very nature of our culture in the face.


Its difficult for me to really respond to something so vaguely presented. Could you elaborate a bit?
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Its difficult for me to really respond to something so vaguely presented. Could you elaborate a bit?


Okay.

Democracy is an ideology. The founding fathers were dedicated to democracy as an ideology. By your logic they were irrational because of that.

Much of our modern culture is founded on ideology. Many of our great philosophers who informed how we view ourselves and our world followed an ideology. Ideology is simply a collection of beliefs that a group of people generally hold.
Posted 4/15/16

Morbidhanson wrote:

The main problem I see is that such people seem too eager to be offended FOR others. If it doesn't concern you in some way and the person being spoken to isn't offended, why should you be?


You, sir, hit the nail on the head.

Sometimes I think these sorts of people just try to find meaning in life by acting self-important and assuming that they have the sole responsibility of speaking on everyone else's behalf.
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