Above is a video that may very well one day be used to teach our future generations about the weaponization of propaganda. This is assuming, of
course, that we fix the 'critical thinking' problem plaguing academia in America.
Anywho, my first reaction to this video is laughter. That being said, by the end of this video I felt sympathy for this lost soul for getting sucked
into the propaganda machine. But most importantly, I think this video offers a unique glimpse into the psyche of the delirious left, particularly from
the millennial generation.
The young 'comrad' begins his manifesto (if I may call it that) by declaring that his intention is to become the most famous celebrity in the world.
How does he plan to do this you ask? Well, he believes he will be the one person who finally stops Trump, but stops short of offering any details as
to how he intends to do this.
Instead, he suggests the first step to achieving his endgame is to join Antifa (short for anti fascist). Most of us know Antifa, but for those who may
have stumbled onto this page accidentally whilst surfing for tentacle porn, Antifa is a far left, violent, extremist organization that purges their
collective outrage by censoring any and everyone who does not adhere to their ideology (which in itself is rather sparse and incoherent) with
The young man boasts about how he punched his first nazi the other day. I sh!t you not, this kid claims that he 'saw a bald guy (skin.) at the
hospital, lurking around the cancer ward.' Then he says that he punched him in the face and ran away as fast as he could quote, 'before he could
retaliate.' He also claims that this makes him a hero.
1. What was this kid doing in a hospital? Does he work there?
Perhaps he had just been discharged from the psyche ward and he ran out before being stopped by security.
2. What would a skin. neo nazi be doing at the hospital anyway?
The kid offers no explanation as to how he knew he was a nazi, just that he was bald. Maybe he had cancer?
3. What about assaulting a random person in a hospital makes you a hero? If anything he should be indicted.
It's clearly obvious this story is a fabrication, either to foster his own deluded ego or to impress his online clique of comrads.
Moving on, he goes onto to predict a communist revolution, yada yada yada, he wants people to starve (he truly says this).
At this point I can't tell if this is a video made to parody Antifa, or if this kid is actually serious. In either case, this is a prime specimen for
today's top behavioral psychologists looking to understand the discordant brain functions of a political extremist.
You watch, you decide. Get back to me, and we'll talk about it.
If it is a parody, he went all-in on the detail. I watched some of his other videos in his channel, and they were all random topics, some offering
inflammatory advice to celebrities, others critiquing youtube vids that are 'trending.'
How can you tell the difference, his words could have come straight from Evelyn Farkas herself and everyone would believe she was genuine.
edit: worst case scenario, move it to the joke forum. what can I say? it's hard to tell the difference with the far left extremists.
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OK I just have to say he looks like a turtle. And there is no doubt I'm my mind this kid is trying to be funny. Key word of course he is trying and
he's never going to get famous until he learns to act.
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Though it can be hard to tell the difference at times.
Anyway I would like to wish this Kumbi character the best of luck in smashing the hetero cisnormal patriarchal tyranny of the Western World. Keep
fighting the good fight and all that. P.S. please don't smash my mailbox when the Social Justice Revolution comes.
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