Are ISIS jihadists basically the fedora tipping, shoulder holstering virgin /k/omrades of the mudslime world?
I almost feel a little bad for him.
He moans about not having a qt pie waifu to peel his potatoes and give him massages after his workouts.
ISIS is what the SJW forces try to make white males out to be.
>xenophobic, homophobic misogynists who use their monotheistic religious beliefs to justify shooting up women, gays, and men who do not look like/worship the same god as them using scary salt rifles.
This, more or less.
This really bothers me. Everyone knows that being a gay wad is bad. Literally everyone knows in the back of their mind. They just want to be left alone.
So why do they still do it? Why do we go about trying to "tell" them, or even try to stop them being who they are? Why are both sides being retarded?
I just don't get it.
god damn how can someone apply these kind of mental gymnastics? How does one even end up with a mind so ill? And how can you have the audacity to claim that your tenuous, desperate comparison of a jihadist terror cell with legitimate political parties and grassroot movements in America is somehow an example of 'if it walks like a duck, looks like a duck.. ect'? It's more like 'if it walks like a duck, looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, claim that it's actually prowling and growling like a wolf but the biased white man's media wants to pretend wolves only exist in the wilds so they call these particular wolves ducks, exemplifying their quadrupedal privilege'
/throw up in my mouth a little bit
That doesn't fit in my Liberal Fascism folder though. And I don't have the time for a Liberal Retardation one because it would probably swell and take all the space in my hard drive.
Pic semi related... it's screenie #1, from about two years ago I think. About the time the tone of public discourse turned really nasty and I started to collect things as a sort of mnemonic aid to myself. Well, and to shitpost on 4chan.
I have my own folder. This guy was a professor at some libtard Washington university.
That's what gets me. I don't really hate Bernie Sanders. He's an idealistic old coot who isn't well-equipped to become president, but he's not a bad guy. It's his followers that I absolutely fucking loathe.
If you say you don't support Sanders they don't try to convince you that you should vote for him, they try to convince you that you are a bad person simply by disagreeing with him.
It's not about educating people, it's about who can be the most smug.
I want to punch all of them.
For some reason I thought immediately of this.
I fucking love articles written by libtards going to a gunshow and finding out everyone is polite and nice there, and their whole world view is shattered because of it.
>you are a bad person simply by disagreeing with him
Right. You're either Stupid or Evil or both. Violent criminals and foreign terrorists can be understood and negotiated with; it's YOU that is the Evil Other. That's the Party Line, these days....
I feel like you could write a book about the modern confused, disaffected young male and how he is trying to find a sense of purpose and belonging in this world. "Wars and Waifus" I'd call it.
I know it's unfashionable to say so, but... the software that your faith and your family front-load you with makes a helluva difference.
Are these people just... completely oblivious about very recent Supreme Court rulings on the matter
The ones that know don't care, and the ones who don't know.... don't care about that either. They don't even know about Posse Comitatus, or they wouldn't be threatening to sic the military on us on a regular basis.
I call them blue-state fascists for a reason.
>They don't even know about Posse Comitatus, or they wouldn't be threatening to sic the military on us on a regular basis.
You wouldn't believe how many people I've seen saying that the gov't should get the army on those Oregon patriots.
You do realize that comments about liberals in exactly the same vein as your screencaps are posted on /k/ in almost every thread? In fact, you're responsible for at least 1/5th of them.
Pfft, Come-on! Conservatives LOVE strongmen governments, so long its on "their" team.
I could go cliche and say trump, but just look at Russia and Putin instead. Or Israelis and Netanyahu.
Libertarians are really shooting themselves in the foot, going along with them.
In the united States at least, libertarians keep siding with republicans.
And there is certainly a libertarian bent to some aspects of the conservatives, namely the teaparty guys. But only for certain aspects of big government, Tea party guys tend to be social/religious conservatives too, it makes me think they are only for small government because of the democrat in the white house rather than any sort of ideological stance. And even then they are for big government military. I think they are just a veiled version of the religious conservatives that supported Bush in the early 2000s, now wrapped in pseudo-libertarian-ish rhetoric.
It's hard to categorize them. They are like the "cool" kids of the Jihadist world. Every wantabe wants to be like ISs fanatical battle harden fighters and IS knows that so they take anyone.
I was one of those liberals, and for an essay during Freshman year of college I had to do a report on "gun violence in America". While most other kids half-assed their reports, I went all-out... did extensive research, went to gun stores, ranges, shows, etc.
That project and my hypothesis of gun owners being a scourge to America and progressive values ended up backfiring. By the end of it, I had a completely changed view... a year later I ended up buying my first rifle (Ruger 10/22).
Ended up failing the project because my prof wouldn't have any of it, and because the thesis of my project completely underminded the hypothesis, she failed me.
>Ended up failing the project because my prof wouldn't have any of it, and because the thesis of my project completely underminded the hypothesis, she failed me.
Well, you learned two lessons:
1. Higher education has no room for free thought. You must toe the progressive line.
2. Guns are greatest shit of all time.
In high school I won a couple hundred bucks for placing 3rd in some "peace essay contest" thing a bunch of schools participated. We were forced to enter in it by our english professor. It was some of the laziest, least professional, cringiest writing I ever did.
All the winning entries basically boiled down to: WAR IS BAD OK!?!?
At the award ceremony it turned out the organizers were a bunch of old fat bay area lesbian types.
I heard a similar story from a girl who did a long in dept paper on abortion and ended up being disgusted at abortion cline practices and their attitude toward fetuses. Her paper was failed. Her views turned anti abortion afterward.
Pretty much. A lot of these guys are just losers or young men with a lot of anger and a lack of purpose.
Some of the Paris attackers where just schlubs who sat around smoking pot and playing videogames all day.
That's the rub, the opinions are bad, too. Like I said, BS is an okay guy. He seems genuine. He's just not going to become president because he's not good enough to be president. His ideas don't have a basis in reality. With that said, it'd be easy enough to ignore him if his constituency didn't scream everyone's ears off 24/7 about how great he is and how much you hate everybody else if you're even THINKING of not voting for him.
These guys have it, we're going to see some real bad shit if there's ever a movement that manages to capture the imagination of western youth the way ISIS did for Muslims. We've got a hell of a lot more disaffected youth for one...
>Americas youngest generation hates guns
So many guys I know from noguns households have gone and got them. I think the main reasons are:
>vidya getting popular
>more exposure in the media (thanks liberals)
>decent prices on stuff like ARs
>wide availability of hardware and information through the internet
Really I think it's one of the big draws of the Republican Party today, along with fiscal and (mild) social conservatism
Well guess what, that's because Democrats are the party of big federal government.
Republicans want to cut spending and reduce the scope of government, not increase it. The one aspect of the fed government they wholly support, the military, is firmly entrenched as one of the key responsibilities of the Federal government.
That said I would like to see our military being used to actually gain territory for our people again, not pissing away our money in some shithole that will never return anything of value
>be with uncle and aunt and young cousin a couple months ago explaining to them that I'm pro-funs
>mfw cousin says "yeah guns are awesome! I want to shoot some"
Going to try to take her to a range sometime.
ISIS/Daesh already HAS captured the imagination of disaffected Western youth. It's just that the potency of their dogma (and thus the threat they pose to Western civilization) is generally overstated.
The US and Europe have already sent hundreds of white converted Muslims to Syria. And really the ISIS/Daesh ideology is unlikely to attract anything beyond that scale, because it is simply too radical and unrelated to the vast majority of people.
Here's a problem of comparable scale that you can put it next to. Mass shootings in the US. Broadly speaking, perpetrators of these crimes are drawn from the same pool of disaffected, isolated, mentally unstable losers that ISIS/Daesh preys on. Subsequently, the media goes to portray the acts of this fringe demographic as "muh crisis!!!!" and advocates for curbs on personal freedom when in reality no, there's no crisis. We have a problem with a few individuals that do abhorrent things, but that's it.
>That said I would like to see our military being used to actually gain territory for our people again
What territory do you want, mate? South America? Africa? A chunk of Asia?
Unless the US commits to total genocide of conquered populations, nowhere that could be conquered is going to be amenable to permanent occupation and annexation. And that kind of mass slaughter will simply never be permitted, nor should it I think. And even if you were to recolonize say, the Levant, or the Caribbean, do you know how awful that would be to defend from mass migration? Consider the existing crisis on the southern border with Mexico. Now imagine millions of Arabs taking advantage of the 14th Amendment.
I'd say your only real option is to take over your hat, and I say this as a Canadafag. But I'm hopeful for peaceful integration in that case anyway.
>I think the people of Mexico would be happy to have the US take over
I think it's not that simple at all.
And again, I'll ask: what do you have to gain from adding 120 million relatively poor citizens to the country's ranks? Sounds like a terrible deal to me.
>the way ISIS did for Muslims.
But it doesn't. It's not some revolutionary or fresh thing, Daesh is simply more successful than the other groups, which are now completely overshadowed by it. It's only natural that Daesh would now siphon the majority of moronic recruits that would otherwise have joined Al Qaeda or Girl Scouts, or whatever. They don't believe any differently.
>We've got a hell of a lot more disaffected youth for one...
I don't think you do. There are more Muslims living below the poverty line than there are Christians living below it, by virtue of most Christians living in the prosperous west, and most Muslims living in developing countries. So, surely, there'd be more disaffected Muslim youth.
While Daesh does get some sick people from the west, most of their recruits aren't from there.
>Here's a problem of comparable scale that you can put it next to. Mass shootings in the US. Broadly speaking, perpetrators of these crimes are drawn from the same pool of disaffected, isolated, mentally unstable losers that ISIS/Daesh preys on. Subsequently, the media goes to portray the acts of this fringe demographic as "muh crisis!!!!" and advocates for curbs on personal freedom when in reality no, there's no crisis. We have a problem with a few individuals that do abhorrent things, but that's it.
That was very well put.
> millennials hate guns
It's literally the opposite? Libertarianism is more popular than ever. I dare you to find a 13-16 year old and ask him if he would like to go shooting, and he never has before.
'Liberals' in red states tend to be pro-gun too, here the further left you go the more likely you are to stay pro-gun. Every socialist in my circle either has a gun or has fired them several times.
Now that is some prime shitposting right there. Jesus fuck.