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Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?

 
Dr. Lecter

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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


For most people, it's not about race really... it's about ideology. I have a number of black friends, but they are, for the most part, conservative in their beliefs. So, we're like-minded people. Among us, color is not an issue. We trust one another and enjoy each other's company.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


^ This ^

I couldn't care less what someone's melanin content is.

It's their character that counts.

And I have no libtard/Democrat friends for exactly that reason.
 Quoting: Professor Xavier


That's the ticket.

I have even shunned the family members I have who are liberal... but then again so has the rest of the family.
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*Rick Grimes*

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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


For most people, it's not about race really... it's about ideology. I have a number of black friends, but they are, for the most part, conservative in their beliefs. So, we're like-minded people. Among us, color is not an issue. We trust one another and enjoy each other's company.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


^ This ^

I couldn't care less what someone's melanin content is.

It's their character that counts.

And I have no libtard/Democrat friends for exactly that reason.
 Quoting: Professor Xavier


That's the ticket.

I have even shunned the family members I have who are liberal... but then again so has the rest of the family.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


Smart family.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I have even shunned the family members I have who are liberal... but then again so has the rest of the family.
 Quoting: Dr. Lecter


One of my cousins in a multi-millionaire libtard.

I humiliate him and his disgusting philosophy to his "face" in family emails.

He's asked me to stop doing that.

1rof1
 Quoting: Professor Xavier


My own freakin sister is a libtard. Althoug, she is a 22 yr old college student who attends the The U of California. So I cut her slack. I think after a few yrs in the real world, and paying taxes, she will come around.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


to split the circles into smaller and smaller circles to hate eachother for no reason. Can't get the truth if you can't even see past color, gender and nationality.

it's just a part of the psychological aspects of it
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
If you notice, too, the conspiracy culture is only fueled by the far right when a democrat is in office.

When a republican gets elected again, you won't hear very much about FEMA death camps anymore. They just fuel that speculation because to them it's super super scary that a black guy who thinks differently than them has access to the infrastructure FEMA has. The intelligent conservatives don't need conspiracy theories to voice their objections to the President; however, conspiracies grab the people who may be less intelligent or more psychologically prone to anxiety, paranoia, and fear.

I think many of the white "racist" conspiracy theorists here really loved Bush and many of them probably voted for him, but would now deny having done so. I even have some white family members who were very excited about Bush back in 2000 and 2004, but now won't even admit they voted for anyone at all in 2000 and 2004.

If the right wing conspiracy promoters out there have to use racism, fear, and malicious stories of tyranny and new world order takeovers to get Obama out of power, they will do it. Because it goes without saying they can't get a republican elected on that person's own merits.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


If you don't know by now, you're not going to understand.

That said: All races suck, but the dying white majority of America is the loudest and are constantly being forced to integrate and tolerate every other race and culture to the detriment of our own.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
Race wars.....Asians would win anyway, so all this black, white, mexican stuff is irrelevant anyway.
 Quoting: *Rick Grimes*


Ain't that the fuckin' truth.

Send a Vietnamese in an inner-tube on 6,000 mile boat ride to America with nothing but a sunburn, and the little bastard will learn English and own a string of dry cleaners in 5 years.
 Quoting: Professor Xavier


I feel that in Asian cultures they are ingrained with a certain spiritual aspect that is absent here.

every American should learn martial arts. we would stop being such scared gutless punks then.

Asians tend to be WAY ahead of the curve on that aspect. At least they know how to defend what they believe in...
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore



Fear = Hate
Good > Bad
LSDreamer

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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
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BIGthis
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Explain what you agree with here, and why.
 Quoting: *Rick Grimes*


Allow me. Some members and ACs here and elsewhere are paid to promote FAR right ideology and ridicule anything else. Some of these posters actually become very popular and develop a good reputation with the forum. The agencies and organizations that employ these people gauge their performance based on how many "foes" can be turned into "friendlies".
 Quoting: simultaneous_final


Some well-known provacateurs that you might know or remember:

Prof Xavier
Brief
Walkers Everywhere

Surefire way to tell--

the poster is here EVERY day ALL day and always using the same themes and rhetoric.

Example:

Brief - pro Israel, anti Muslim, pro war, pro violence, pro law enforcement

Professor Xavier: Anti minimum wage, anti union, pro corporatism
 Quoting: simultaneous_final


Agreed. clappa
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


The conspiracy is they want you to believe there is no difference in race and we are all the same...they are very wrong.
 Quoting: BRIEF


We all come from the same valley in Africa. That's good enough for me.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


The conspiracy is they want you to believe there is no difference in race and we are all the same...they are very wrong.
 Quoting: BRIEF


We all come from the same valley in Africa. That's good enough for me.
 Quoting: LSDreamer


This is why you can't trust Science. This old theory is falling by the wayside, begrudgingly but certainly.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
If you notice, too, the conspiracy culture is only fueled by the far right when a democrat is in office.

When a republican gets elected again, you won't hear very much about FEMA death camps anymore. They just fuel that speculation because to them it's super super scary that a black guy who thinks differently than them has access to the infrastructure FEMA has. The intelligent conservatives don't need conspiracy theories to voice their objections to the President; however, conspiracies grab the people who may be less intelligent or more psychologically prone to anxiety, paranoia, and fear.

I think many of the white "racist" conspiracy theorists here really loved Bush and many of them probably voted for him, but would now deny having done so. I even have some white family members who were very excited about Bush back in 2000 and 2004, but now won't even admit they voted for anyone at all in 2000 and 2004.

If the right wing conspiracy promoters out there have to use racism, fear, and malicious stories of tyranny and new world order takeovers to get Obama out of power, they will do it. Because it goes without saying they can't get a republican elected on that person's own merits.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34900904


I can see where you are coming from but there where plenty of conspiracy theories about Bush too. The FEMA thing came from a certain guy in Texas that loves Ron Paul while Bush was still in office. It does happen on both sides. We all need to band together regardless of race cause we are all human and call out those that would seek to divide us.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


The conspiracy is they want you to believe there is no difference in race and we are all the same...they are very wrong.
 Quoting: BRIEF


We all come from the same valley in Africa. That's good enough for me.
 Quoting: LSDreamer


This is why you can't trust Science. This old theory is falling by the wayside, begrudgingly but certainly.
 Quoting: Holy_Diver


No it's not.

Evidence supporting the Out of Africa model

The oldest known fossils of Homo sapiens are African
fossil evidence indicates that modern humans quickly replaced earlier humans in Europe and western Asia.

All living people show little genetic diversity. This is interpreted as being the result of a relatively recent replacement of earlier, more diverse populations.

A variety of different DNA studies on modern humans all suggest a recent common ancestry from a small gene pool. Most of these point to Africa as the origin of this population.

DNA from contemporary humans can be used to produce maps of human movement throughout the world and show how long an indigenous population has lived in an area. These indicate modern human origins in Africa.

Analysis of the Neanderthal genome and comparisons with modern humans does support the view that the vast majority of genes of non-Africans came with the spread of modern humans that originated in Africa and then spread throughout the world.

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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
Yeah, I understand you have old evidence that you still think is fresh and definitive.

However, newer findings are suggesting your crusty, old, insignificant "facts" are wrong and it may be time to move on before you embarass yourself with your 1998 learnings.
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Re: Why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
I consider myself an American. No hyphens. I am mostly conservative and I come from a mixed background. Black White and Cherokee. I've been into conspiracy culture since I was a kid. I have always wondered though why is there racism in conspiracy culture?
 Quoting: Commodore


there isn't. this is not a conspiracy site.

it hasn't been for a number of years now.

it was taken over by another agenda long ago.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34503096


mainly the t-stock psyop agenda.