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This male idiot has TERs up in arms over his little Youtube production, so I decide to see what was so offensive about these idiots. At first, I thought it was just a bunch of angry lesbians getting angry over nothing, but I was wrong. Although this is not a community, it is it's own little cult.
This Bill strikes me as an even more exceptional and gayer Riley J. Dennis.

The comments on Facebook are almost as culty as the trans-lesbian memes.

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Feline Darkmage

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Contra is pretty much the trans version of Hbomberguy, someone on the side of the SJWs who's more intelligent than the average one and has much higher quality video production values. The problem with her is the same exact problem I have with Hbomberguy, while I can agree with some of their points or find videos they make to be entertaining in the ways they meant them to be entertaining: they fall into the same set of pseudo-intellectual traps and shortcomings, and commit the same logical fallacies and mental gymnastics.

Aside from the shitty video about fascism shown in the OP one of the most glaring examples of this was the two-part video about freedom of speech:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGTDhutW_us
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBUuBd5VRbY

There's also the fact Contra used to be a philosophy academic but dropped out of that path and it really explains a few things:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNAAAfLi0pM
 

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Uuugghh, the "wake up sheeple!" tone of that video on fascism is unbearable. A lot of it's actually quite true, of course, but he's too far up his own arse to get that not only does his own "side" use exactly the same strategies he's describing, but so do the mainstream politicians. It's all about gradually persuading everyone to accept your unpopular minority beliefs by stealth. He's a clever idiot, really.
 

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Contra had a channel called "Nykytyne2".

https://www.youtube.com/user/Nykytyne2
http://archive.li/01gR4

On his channel, he linked to a blog of the same name that has since been deleted and the name occupied by a cybersquatter.

http://web.archive.org/web/20130410185421/http://nykytyne2.blogspot.com/
https://archive.li/yebXx
https://archive.is/yebXx
He may have :powerlevel:'d himself with his blogger username, nicholasparrott.

https://web.archive.org/web/20110118033056/http://www.blogger.com:80/profile/10010142741774979490
http://archive.li/HB83M

As his profile shows, he had another blog called "Culture and Anarchy". Sadly I can't find an archive and it has been deleted. *sigh*
 

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Legal name: Natalie Wynn Parrott
Real name: William Nicholas Parrott
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3620 Keswick Rd #1
Baltimore MD 21211
DOB October 21, 1988 ( age 28 )
https://www.facebook.com/natalie.parrott.2 (http://archive.li/Y6zo5)

Henry Parrott (SFS ’15) started coming to Georgetown as a 3-year-old, according to his father, psychology professor W. Gerrod Parrott. Henry and his two older brothers, Nick (COL ’12) and Andy (COL ’12), spent afternoons drawing on their father’s office chalkboard before sitting in on his classes a few years later.

“I remember thinking that was fun, and it definitely influenced my decision to come to Georgetown because I was like, ‘Wow, college classes are smart,’” Henry said....

“The number one reason I considered not going to Georgetown was definitely the proximity to home and the fact that I thought for college it was important to get away and sort of broaden your horizons a little bit,” Henry said. “When I talked to my dad about it, what he said is: ‘Don’t forget how big Georgetown is. You’d be amazed how much you can stay there, and it’ll still feel like a totally different world, and if you want to, it’ll be like I don’t even work here.’”...

Henry, however, thought this support system hurt his freshman year experience.

“At the end of the day, it was actually a bad thing for me,” Henry said. “I wasn’t pushed under the water and forced to swim for myself the way that so many other freshman are. … I didn’t have the same sort of pressure to find where I really wanted to be and find my place on campus.”

While Henry eventually found his place by pledging Alpha Phi Omega his sophomore year, studying abroad this fall in Shanghai has also brought a new perspective to his Georgetown career.

“The situation of having him abroad is different and may be a way that it’s more like for parents all the time when their kids are at college, although the added complexity of traveling in China is different from going to Notre Dame,” professor Parrott said.

For Henry, studying abroad has helped affirm his choice to attend Georgetown.

“I sort of noticed that when I first got here it felt a little bit like the way most people describe their freshman years of college,” Henry said. “Study abroad showed me that I didn’t miss out on anything.”

Ultimately, Henry advised others in the same situation to choose a school based on their own interests — not whether their parents will be having office hours down the hall.

“Take your parent out of the equation completely and make your decision based on that, because at the end of the day, it comes down to this school and whether or not you’re going to be happy here,” Henry said.

http://www.thehoya.com/growing-up-georgetown/ (http://archive.li/b7flA)
Nick is a senior majoring in psychology and philosophy. After volunteering as a research assistant in a neuroscience lab, he decided to pursue a degree in neuroscience and cognitive science. He transferred to Georgetown from Berklee College of Music, where he was a piano student. His research interests include language, reasoning, intelligence and their neural substrates. Outside of the lab he enjoys reading, playing the piano, and blogging.

email: wnp2@georgetown.edu

http://cng.georgetown.edu/people/nick-parrott-alumnus (http://archive.li/62p5K)

h/t @Ride and @yawning sneasel for collaboration on this a month ago
 
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Fake name: Natalie Parrott
Legal name: William Nicholas Parrott
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3620 Keswick Rd #1
Baltimore MD 21211
DOB October 21, 1988 ( age 28 )
https://www.facebook.com/natalie.parrott.2 (http://archive.li/Y6zo5)

Henry Parrott (SFS ’15) started coming to Georgetown as a 3-year-old, according to his father, psychology professor W. Gerrod Parrott. Henry and his two older brothers, Nick (COL ’12) and Andy (COL ’12), spent afternoons drawing on their father’s office chalkboard before sitting in on his classes a few years later.

“I remember thinking that was fun, and it definitely influenced my decision to come to Georgetown because I was like, ‘Wow, college classes are smart,’” Henry said....

“The number one reason I considered not going to Georgetown was definitely the proximity to home and the fact that I thought for college it was important to get away and sort of broaden your horizons a little bit,” Henry said. “When I talked to my dad about it, what he said is: ‘Don’t forget how big Georgetown is. You’d be amazed how much you can stay there, and it’ll still feel like a totally different world, and if you want to, it’ll be like I don’t even work here.’”...

Henry, however, thought this support system hurt his freshman year experience.

“At the end of the day, it was actually a bad thing for me,” Henry said. “I wasn’t pushed under the water and forced to swim for myself the way that so many other freshman are. … I didn’t have the same sort of pressure to find where I really wanted to be and find my place on campus.”

While Henry eventually found his place by pledging Alpha Phi Omega his sophomore year, studying abroad this fall in Shanghai has also brought a new perspective to his Georgetown career.

“The situation of having him abroad is different and may be a way that it’s more like for parents all the time when their kids are at college, although the added complexity of traveling in China is different from going to Notre Dame,” professor Parrott said.

For Henry, studying abroad has helped affirm his choice to attend Georgetown.

“I sort of noticed that when I first got here it felt a little bit like the way most people describe their freshman years of college,” Henry said. “Study abroad showed me that I didn’t miss out on anything.”

Ultimately, Henry advised others in the same situation to choose a school based on their own interests — not whether their parents will be having office hours down the hall.

“Take your parent out of the equation completely and make your decision based on that, because at the end of the day, it comes down to this school and whether or not you’re going to be happy here,” Henry said.

http://www.thehoya.com/growing-up-georgetown/ (http://archive.li/b7flA)
Nick is a senior majoring in psychology and philosophy. After volunteering as a research assistant in a neuroscience lab, he decided to pursue a degree in neuroscience and cognitive science. He transferred to Georgetown from Berklee College of Music, where he was a piano student. His research interests include language, reasoning, intelligence and their neural substrates. Outside of the lab he enjoys reading, playing the piano, and blogging.

email: wnp2@georgetown.edu

http://cng.georgetown.edu/people/nick-parrott-alumnus (http://archive.li/62p5K)

h/t @Ride and @yawning sneasel for collaboration on this a month ago
he was, dare I say, quite handsome before donning the tranny look
it's a shame that both he & Justin Dennis both looked like handsome young men before trooning it up
 

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Aside from the shitty video about fascism shown in the OP one of the most glaring examples of this was the two-part video about freedom of speech:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGTDhutW_us
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBUuBd5VRbY
here's part one where it's mirrored and neither him nor any of his friends get a dime or a view

  • he conflates being slandered as a racist/sexist [stuff that can get you fired] with being put in a cringe compilation
  • he says that if you defend the rights of sexists/racists/homophobes/holocaust deniers, then you're on the wrong side of history
  • he conflates not being able to put porn on his channel with people getting videos taken down for "hate speech"
  • he compares idiots talking to Hitchens about 9/11 truthing to Richard Spencer
 

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