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KiwiJoe

Called KiwiKike, KiwiJeff, etc. also bullied :c
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I remembered my final days of High School around 2016 (before election) when for an assignment in class we had to read 1984 and jot down notes while doing so. I always remembered how the teacher, while me and my classmates read, was hysterically speaking loudly about how Trump is trying to turn the US into 1984 or something, claiming that Trump's tweets and how he talks is synonymous with newspeak and such.
 

Papadopoulos

Perc Salesman
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Leftists: Eat the rich, no one should be a billionaire, spread the wealth!
Also leftists: Thank fuck Bloomberg has billions of dollars he can use to bury Drumpf!

It's as true as it ever was: if leftists didn't have double standards, they wouldn't have any standards at all.
At this point it's amazing how anyone can consider terms like limousine leftist and champagne socialist to be "snarl" words. "Snarl" because of how close it hits to home for their closet fetish for the bourgeoisie/elite they claim to "fight against".
 

Iwasamwillbe

Wielder of the Death Note
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The word returned to use during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, particularly by opponents and critics of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.[9] In May 2016, academic and blogger Amro Ali argued that kakistocracy was a word that needed to be revived.[10] Salon would later credit Ali's blog post with initiating a wider conversation on the term.[11] In August 2016, Dan Leger of the Halifax newspaper The Chronicle Herald suggested that a Trump victory in the U.S. presidential election would require renewed use of the term "kakistocracy."[12] Since Trump's victory in the presidential election, the word has been used to describe the Trump administration by critics of that administration on multiple occasions.[13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23] On 29 June 2017, Merriam-Webster reported that searches for the word on its online dictionary had spiked to an all-time high that day.[3] The Washington Post reported on the use of the word going viral to describe the Trump administration on 13 April 2018.[24]
I like how one sentence in the "Usage for the Trump administration in the United States" gets eleven citations. Wikipedos are that mad that Trump is president.

This isn't even going into the blatant editorializing going on at Trump's "protected to prevent vandalism" main page:

A special counsel investigation led by Robert Mueller found that Trump and his campaign welcomed and encouraged Russian foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election under the belief that it would be politically advantageous, but did not find sufficient evidence to press charges of criminal conspiracy or coordination with Russia. Mueller also investigated Trump for obstruction of justice, and his report neither indicted nor exonerated Trump on that count. A 2019 House impeachment inquiry found that Trump solicited foreign interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential election from Ukraine to help his re-election bid and then obstructed the inquiry itself. He was impeached by the House on December 18, 2019, for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress; he was acquitted of both charges by the Senate on February 5, 2020.
 

Spasticus Autisticus

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I remembered my final days of High School around 2016 (before election) when for an assignment in class we had to read 1984 and jot down notes while doing so. I always remembered how the teacher, while me and my classmates read, was hysterically speaking loudly about how Trump is trying to turn the US into 1984 or something, claiming that Trump's tweets and how he talks is synonymous with newspeak and such.
This is kind of off topic but I can’t help but rant.

The interpretation of 1984 as being against nationalist populism is one of the most badly forced memes around lately. In 1984, Britain's identity had been obliterated and reduced to Airstrip One, a part of Oceania, an entity which only existed in terms of a government. It had no defined borders or distinguishing features from Eastasia or Eurasia. Orwell deliberately omitted any mention of what life was like in other parts of the world, because life was no different anywhere. Everyone shared the same oppressive centralized government that stamped out any organic expression of culture and historical continuity. The concept of the secret police in 1984 was directly cribbed from the Cheka/NKVD/KGB and presaged the Stasi in East Germany. Newspeak is a continuation of the criticisms Orwell laid out in his essay "Politics and the English Language", which calls out the fake news media of his time. Then there's the Two Minutes Hate, which is practically the essence of this thread. Orwell practically spells out that the world of 1984 is Bolshevism taken to its natural conclusion.

Orwell was no right winger. He took a bullet fighting against actual fascists in the Spanish Civil War. But his entire literary oeuvre is about his struggle with the totalitarian globalist elitist impulses of the left, and 1984 is the culmination of that. He was a true friend of the working class, even if he was not one of them. This attempt to spin his work as somehow being against the rising tide of anti-globalist populism is completely ignorant of his legacy.
 

Judge Holden

Corpsefucker
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I like how one sentence in the "Usage for the Trump administration in the United States" gets eleven citations. Wikipedos are that mad that Trump is president.

This isn't even going into the blatant editorializing going on at Trump's "protected to prevent vandalism" main page:
Cant wait till november when the admins start panicking again and the whole Trump page just becomes PLOD TURD MAN repeated tenthousand times with crude photoshopped images of trump raping migrant children
 

FuckedUp

Dinner Blaster
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I remembered my final days of High School around 2016 (before election) when for an assignment in class we had to read 1984 and jot down notes while doing so. I always remembered how the teacher, while me and my classmates read, was hysterically speaking loudly about how Trump is trying to turn the US into 1984 or something, claiming that Trump's tweets and how he talks is synonymous with newspeak and such.
At least you graduated high school that June.
I had to write a fucking English paper in senior year of high school on how Hillary lost the previous year because muh patriarchy
 

Judge Holden

Corpsefucker
True & Honest Fan
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Trumpspeak is the most hilarious shit ever though. Imagine everyone speaking like Trump, as if its mandatory and a 'way to control the population' or whatever.
Process of cause hysteria at work

Something funny or silly or benign your chosen "enemy" does immediately becomes sinister and suspicious and harmful solely because its *them* who is doing it

That sinister and suspicious and harmful thing is quickly analysed by the "experts" who find it to actually be secret code for something utterly evil because someone you hate so damn much must surely be an evil and scary being to have warrented all that bitter rage you feel against them

This utterly evil thing is then shown to a panel of diversely inclusive and stunningly brave people of demographic who immidiately recognise that this thing is infact a violent act of the most disgustingly evil and hateful and pathetic bigotry and abuse imaginable which is aimed at their lives and bodies, and it is proof that the one responsible for this thing is carrying out a genocide against them, one which requires immediate restitution

Thus we wind up with fucking cartoon frogs, red hats, and misspelled twitter chains as violent nazi hate symbols according to pretty much every activist and media group in the fucking west
 

verissimus

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Trumpspeak is the most hilarious shit ever though. Imagine everyone speaking like Trump, as if its mandatory and a 'way to control the population' or whatever.
Hmm, tempted to make a thread on the rules for Trump-speak. Might list a couple of its staples for fun
1) coffee must be spelled covfefe;
2) you must either use huge or tremendous instead of big or large;
3) You can't use words with more than, let's say, 5 syllables;
4) Unless you're listing something, your sentences should be no more than 15 words;
5) You cannot use politically correct words;
6) You must every now and then repeat certain adjectives or even phrases within a sentence;
 

Kari Kamiya

"I beat her up, so I gave her a cuck-cup."
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At least you graduated high school that June.
Any funny stories involving a student trolling the teacher over it, or is that a negative?

In a similar vein, I bet there was one high school where students had to write a paper about how electing Obama was the greatest thing to happen to America, but I don't think anything topped the insanity of a teacher teaching young students a song of praise to Barack Hussein Obama.
 

Fanatical Pragmatist

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$5 says the media will take this opportunity to mock the unwashed deplorables who attend and watch the Daytona 500.
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I honestly believe this is Trump setting them up, hoping they take the bait.
Pence: "Don, there is no way you can get the Democrats and MSM to shit on voters in a potential swing state during an election year."
Trump: "Hold my Diet Coke"


I'm a natural born Floridian and we consider anyone living north of Orlando but still within the state "sub-human".

Those are the people that Deliverance was based on. The cast of The Hills Have Eyes were all real folks recruited from the Pensacola region. True story.
I mean yes can confirm, the triangle between Osceola National Forest, Tallahassee and Tampa is ripped straight out of a horror movie.
But these people also vote and if the MSM takes the bait it could be lulzy