- Apr 29, 2015
Nah, I'd say its a stalemate. Anyone coming into their beliefs on the great replacement would've had their mind unchanged. Martinez comes off as a sperg who thinks mere statements is white genocide Jewish conspiracy, which fuels the idea that the great replacement is hysterical nonsense to the liberals. Meanwhile, Gnome Fuck just ridiculed and questioned the subject without actually disproving that the population makeup shift leading to a non-white majority and a drastic culture shift would be a bad thing. Which means GR believers remain unconvinced.Surprised this one hasn't been put up, but Destiny had a debate with Martinez Perspective the other day on the Politically Provoked channel on the topic of the Great Replacement .
I may be biased but I think Martinez took this one easily. It was shocking how poorly Destiny did, most likely because he didn't take it seriously and, in my opinion, doesn't actually disagree with the central premise that it is occurring. Like his conflict with the Left he only seems to disagree with them on very specific actions.
Martinez opens with a string of quotes designed to back up his point, and Destiny actually complained that citing sources was a debate trick and he shouldn't be expected to under stand them. He also admitted to not even listening to them later on and had to have them repeated. As far as I could see Destiny didn't even end up debating the Great Replacement was occurring, his stance became that unless anyone could provide the minutes from the meeting of the illuminati that say they are doing this on purpose, there's no reason to believe it isn't just some giant natural coincidence.
He also took the puzzling stance that the thing itself is good, but if it were being put upon the public by a bureaucratic or elite group then it would be bad. So to him it's only bad if it's by design, but refused to believe designs could be made by the important or influential people who were quoted. It was a weird showing.
Pretty boring debate all round.