Carl Benjamin / Sargon of Akkad / The Thinkery / @not_sargon / @WarPlanPurple - Leader of the "Liberalists" & Droning Pseudo-Intellectual anti-SJW Activist, Applebees Waiter, Mass Shooter Whiteknight

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Nope. The Europeans have politicians who cry about milkshakes. Congress has a long, storied tradition of fistfights, and cane beatings in the capital. If I remember right, Jackson threatened to hang some people, and also killed a few guys in pistol duels. A few Presidents have done that, if I remember my history right.
Taiwan has a tradition of legislative brawls


Uganda, too

 
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Oooh..... troubles a brewin'..... It looks like Kraut is standing up against Sargon. If he did, I will be very proud of him. Just do your own thing Kraut.
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Why the fuck is Carl still bothering with Joseph? He's the one who started the whole shitfest and solidified the Skeptics as a bunch of arrogant, annoying pseuds.
 

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Is it ignorance or straight up dishonesty that inspires people like Carl and (possibly) Milo to claim that the term alt right had nothing to do with white nationalism in 2014?

I remember reading Alternative Right back in 2011 and 2012, before Spencer shut down the site to try building up his NPI / Radix projects. Racialism and ethnonationalism were always central to that website, as well as its successors (not to mention adjacent sites like the Occidental Observer, TOQ Online, AmRen, VDare, Taki and Counter-Currents).

"Alt right" might not have become a catchy phrase outside of this small online circle before it started making inroads via /pol/, but you literally have to rewrite history to pretend that it didn't come from white nationalists trying to repudiate American conservatism and build a new right-wing movement. It's the Breitbart adjacent "cultural libertarians" who appropriated the term, not the white nationalists (ditto "cuckservative"). Also, Milo's leaked Breitbart emails strongly imply that he knew about the racial aspect of the alt right. He can't complain about being associated with them after knowingly riding their wave to build his career.
 

ReplicantWiggum

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As an amerimutt, I have to say Sargon running has given me plenty of smuckles... I still have no understanding of this backwards monarchy elective government, and also feel your industry is to small to be able to independent like big ol amerrricaa so the easy trading from EU and the stop from that with brexit will in the long run hurt, but again I could care less, you guys have been clipped by the nuts when the colonies won, and further proven now.

Sargon oh I can’t wait to see how you will save the west when you can barely save your self in the east!!
 

Lord Akira

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Is it ignorance or straight up dishonesty that inspires people like Carl and (possibly) Milo to claim that the term alt right had nothing to do with white nationalism in 2014?

I remember reading Alternative Right back in 2011 and 2012, before Spencer shut down the site to try building up his NPI / Radix projects. Racialism and ethnonationalism were always central to that website, as well as its successors (not to mention adjacent sites like the Occidental Observer, TOQ Online, AmRen, VDare, Taki and Counter-Currents).

"Alt right" might not have become a catchy phrase outside of this small online circle before it started making inroads via /pol/, but you literally have to rewrite history to pretend that it didn't come from white nationalists trying to repudiate American conservatism and build a new right-wing movement. It's the Breitbart adjacent "cultural libertarians" who appropriated the term, not the white nationalists (ditto "cuckservative"). Also, Milo's leaked Breitbart emails strongly imply that he knew about the racial aspect of the alt right. He can't complain about being associated with them after knowingly riding their wave to build his career.
It wasn't so much as ignorance as it was them trying to actively co-opt the movement for themselves because of its aspiring e-fame that seemed to be gaining ground on places like /pol/. If you watch Carl's gamergate 2.0 pitch that he made to Jim and Ralph on the Killstream (20:42 on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itpUYvEnAIg&t=10082s), he even admits its a white nationalist movement. So in that respect, it was dishonesty in the hopes that they could make a power grab, but in hindsight, it actually worked out for Sargon that it failed since it only took halfway through 2017 for the Alt-right brand to become complete dogshit anyway.
 

Shady Attorney

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Oooh..... troubles a brewin'..... It looks like Kraut is standing up against Sargon. If he did, I will be very proud of him. Just do your own thing Kraut.
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Im surprised Kraut hasn’t made a critique video on the Skeptic sphere that left him to get mocked for what they all were a part of. If Kraut made a video on Carl it’d be an interesting sperg fight.
 

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Soygon vs Shitrat
FIGHT
Carl opens by stealing Jim's joke and talks about the PC Master Race, potentially impressing only /pol/ and /v/

For all his awkwardness, Davina manages to get Carl railing about how Africa was better off before England mercifully gave them independence, which I'm sure will never come bite him in the ass. Also, why is Carl even allowing the conversation to go there in the context of his campaign?
 

CervixHammer

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Is there a vote tracker?
I wanna see this trainwreck in real time.
that's haram.
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The BBC, like other broadcasters, isn't allowed to report details of campaigning while the polls are open on 23 May.

The BBC is required by electoral law to adopt a code of practice, ensuring fairness between candidates and that is particularly important on polling day.

The code of practice is contained in more detailed election guidelines which are written and published for each election - and they include guidance on polling day, here.

On polling day specifically, the BBC doesn't report on any of the election campaigns from 00:30 BST until polls close at 22:00 BST on TV, radio or bbc.co.uk or on social media and other channels.

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Coverage on the day is usually restricted to uncontroversial factual accounts, such as the appearance of politicians at polling stations, or the weather.

It tends to focus on giving information which will help voters with the process of going to polling stations.

Subjects which have been directly at issue or part of the campaign must not be covered while polls in the UK are open.

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No opinion poll on any issue relating to politics or the election can be published until after the polls have closed.

Whilst the polls are open, it is a criminal offence to publish anything about the way in which people have voted in that election.

This means there is an additional restriction in the UK for European elections, because voting elsewhere in the EU is not concluded until Sunday evening; in the UK, it is a criminal offence to publish exit polls or opinion polls which ask people how they've voted (anywhere in the EU) before 22:00 BST on Sunday 26 May.

It means that information which may be available, for instance, on social media about how people are voting in other countries, cannot be included in BBC programmes or online stories.

Reporting or talking about those elections generally is fine - using exit poll data is not.
 
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