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#101 - -Close observation of arriving Muslims, if they are even allow…  [+] (4 replies) 04/05/2016 on feminist utopia free of men +1
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#103 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
he's not saying that all of America's problems are due to Muslims, he's just fairly criticizing. It's really night and day compared to what the feminists are doing in terms of actual identity politics and dehumanization but to each his own
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#113 - Deeticky (04/05/2016) [-]
The most important distinction between the two is that Trump has the actual power to make his agenda happen, whereas the small number of radical feminists who advocate violence against men have almost no power. Really, I go to one of the most liberal public universities in the country, and we have tons of feminists, and literally none of them have advocated for any sort of violence.
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#105 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
Hitler didn't say this either, but you can't ignore the fact, that he uses the worldwide resentments against Muslims to his advantage.

It a tactic to create a common enemy, create a sense of unison.

Feminists are doing the same thing. Pushing their problems and problems of their ideology onto other things.

Trump pushes his problems and problems of his economic practices onto the Muslims, Liberals, Bush and Obama. Not saying they didn't do anything wrong, especially W. Bush, but some of the stuff Obama did is just basic social policy. An interesting article about e.g. Obamacare is this one: www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/in-defense-of-obama-20141008
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#102 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
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#97 - Every more or less radical polticial view has some similiariti…  [+] (6 replies) 04/05/2016 on feminist utopia free of men +1
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#98 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
trump has not called for the extermination of undesirables though unlike this particular feminist. What similarities does trump have to hitler?
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#101 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
-Close observation of arriving Muslims, if they are even allowed to enter.
-Scapegoating the majority of the American-Muslims

-Scapegoating is a tactic used by Hitler and many other politicans

-Defense of America at ALL cost. (Putting the well-being of a system above its citizens is never a good idead)

-"Für das Vaterland"

-Support of dictators like Ghaddafi and Sadam Hussein, viewing them as the lesser evil

-Hitler supported e.g. Mussolini, because he could control him.

Some points. I don't think he is a new Hitler, but he is a racist, obnoxious brick imo.
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#103 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
he's not saying that all of America's problems are due to Muslims, he's just fairly criticizing. It's really night and day compared to what the feminists are doing in terms of actual identity politics and dehumanization but to each his own
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#113 - Deeticky (04/05/2016) [-]
The most important distinction between the two is that Trump has the actual power to make his agenda happen, whereas the small number of radical feminists who advocate violence against men have almost no power. Really, I go to one of the most liberal public universities in the country, and we have tons of feminists, and literally none of them have advocated for any sort of violence.
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#105 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
Hitler didn't say this either, but you can't ignore the fact, that he uses the worldwide resentments against Muslims to his advantage.

It a tactic to create a common enemy, create a sense of unison.

Feminists are doing the same thing. Pushing their problems and problems of their ideology onto other things.

Trump pushes his problems and problems of his economic practices onto the Muslims, Liberals, Bush and Obama. Not saying they didn't do anything wrong, especially W. Bush, but some of the stuff Obama did is just basic social policy. An interesting article about e.g. Obamacare is this one: www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/in-defense-of-obama-20141008
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#102 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
'prick
#87 - Funny how many people here rage when Trump is compared to Hitl…  [+] (11 replies) 04/05/2016 on feminist utopia free of men -1
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#109 - forsakensaint (04/05/2016) [-]
Others want to kill off a ton of people, other just wants to keep illegals out of some country... See the difference here?

Hitler card is way, way overused tho..
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#111 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
Well, Trump shares some pov's with Hitler, just look at my other comments. But I do agree with you that the Hitler card is overused.

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#112 - forsakensaint (04/05/2016) [-]
I'm fairly sure a shit load of politicians share some common ground with hitler, after all he was very charismatic spokesperson who won a lot of people over... I wonder how it would of gone if he would of not done the thing with jews and would of not tried to attack Russia...
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#95 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
because feminism genuinely does have similarities with Nazism. Trump is trying to evaluate people based on their system of beliefs, whereas feminism wants to evaluate people based on physical characteristics that they have no control over.

Feminism wants to dehumanize straight white men, but that's nowhere near as bad as the dehumanizing they do to fetuses in order to justify abortion.
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#97 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
Every more or less radical polticial view has some similiarities to Hitler's facism, including Trump
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#98 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
trump has not called for the extermination of undesirables though unlike this particular feminist. What similarities does trump have to hitler?
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#101 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
-Close observation of arriving Muslims, if they are even allowed to enter.
-Scapegoating the majority of the American-Muslims

-Scapegoating is a tactic used by Hitler and many other politicans

-Defense of America at ALL cost. (Putting the well-being of a system above its citizens is never a good idead)

-"Für das Vaterland"

-Support of dictators like Ghaddafi and Sadam Hussein, viewing them as the lesser evil

-Hitler supported e.g. Mussolini, because he could control him.

Some points. I don't think he is a new Hitler, but he is a racist, obnoxious brick imo.
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#103 - WutsAtroll (04/05/2016) [-]
he's not saying that all of America's problems are due to Muslims, he's just fairly criticizing. It's really night and day compared to what the feminists are doing in terms of actual identity politics and dehumanization but to each his own
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#113 - Deeticky (04/05/2016) [-]
The most important distinction between the two is that Trump has the actual power to make his agenda happen, whereas the small number of radical feminists who advocate violence against men have almost no power. Really, I go to one of the most liberal public universities in the country, and we have tons of feminists, and literally none of them have advocated for any sort of violence.
User avatar
#105 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
Hitler didn't say this either, but you can't ignore the fact, that he uses the worldwide resentments against Muslims to his advantage.

It a tactic to create a common enemy, create a sense of unison.

Feminists are doing the same thing. Pushing their problems and problems of their ideology onto other things.

Trump pushes his problems and problems of his economic practices onto the Muslims, Liberals, Bush and Obama. Not saying they didn't do anything wrong, especially W. Bush, but some of the stuff Obama did is just basic social policy. An interesting article about e.g. Obamacare is this one: www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/in-defense-of-obama-20141008
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#102 - thesimonved (04/05/2016) [-]
'prick
#19 - Nice, I never noticed that, time to smoke a bowl  [+] (2 replies) 02/01/2016 on Aladdin mind *uck -12
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#104 - thesimonved (02/01/2016) [-]
Has nothing to do with weed....