Define Irony. Irony is trying to stop a men's human rights conference, one of the speakers at which is the first black female senator from Canada, by holding up Define Irony is trying to stop a men's human rights conference one of the speakers at which first black female senator from Canada by holding up
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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Could it be that the MRA is usually seen as a misogynistic..?

time.com/134152/the-toxic-appeal-of-the-mens-rights-movement/

Pic related, from the same event.
#4 to #3 - teranin [OP]
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**** it, I'll take the bait. I'll even sticky this comment.

This guy claims Elliot Rodger is an MRA, which is a lie. He claims that posters satirizing the misandric "don't be that guy" message is hateful.

He says, and I quote, "They believe passionately in their own victimhood and their creed goes something like this: Women are trying to keep us down, usurp all our power, taking away what it means to be a man."

Mission statement for AVFM www.avoiceformen.com/mens-rights/a-voice-for-choice/

Here's the mission statement for CAFE, another men's rights group equalitycanada.com/about/mandate/

mission statement for a voice for male students www.avoiceformalestudents.com/about/mission-and-values/

This guy's not even good at falsifying information. That whole article is a series of strawmen and blatant lies, with only 1 exception, and that's this paragraph.

One popular MRA site is AVoiceForMen.com, with a mission to “expose misandry on all levels in our culture” and “denounce the institution of marriage as unsafe and unsuitable for modern men” as well as “promote an end to chivalry in any form or fashion” and “educate men and boys about the threats they face in feminist governance.” They also want an “end to rape hysteria” and promote “civil disobedience.” In their defense, AVFM does support nonviolence, but with all the inflammatory rhetoric, do readers always take heed?

Now he does quotemine there to try to make it sound as bad as possible, but look what happens when he actually pulls information from an MRA site. All of a sudden, the mission statement isn't "wwaaaaaaa we lost our white male privilege" but rather it's clearly a site about exposing hate, activism, risk management and counterculture against traditionalism. Then of course he has to slip in the "well they promote nonviolence but ARE THEY REALLY@!?!?!?"

Absolute crap, 0/10 rating for complete absence of journalistic integrity.


#5 to #4 - anon id: f8ef019d
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Oh I see, again some source I provide is totally like wrong, man. The article, just btw, does not at all say Rodger is an MRA.

However, the point is that the MRA is largely seen as misogynistic. That is the case and therefore people do not accept the claim of the MRA to fight for equality, but to actually want to hold women down and push feminism back.

And that's why the poster you find so absurd makes sense. You might disagree with the MRA being misogynistic - no surprise coming from an anti-feminist. But it's how the MRA is perceived by, I'd guess, the majority of people, including myself.

PS: You sticky my comment and then block me? What's wrong with my note and link? If you don't want to discuss just don't reply.
#6 to #5 - teranin [OP]
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and I quote, from that article   
   
Wait, what? Men’s rights? That’s a thing? Yes, it’s a thing, and while there are certain legitimate aspects to men’s rights activism, or MRA, it’s overwhelmingly a toxic slew of misogyny. This world of resentment and hate speech has been brought to light in recent days as we learned about the vitriolic forum posts and videos left behind by Elliot Rodger, the 22 year-old accused of killing six people in Santa Barbara last week. But it’s hard to comprehend from Roger’s delusional rants how potent the movement’s message can be for ordinary men.   
   
I blocked an anon on a different content who was trolling me incessantly with strawmen and shaming tactics, I thought you were not that person.  Now that I know who you are, this is where our conversation ends.     
   
You make a valid point that a lot of people see the MRA as something other than what it is because (big surprise here) that's what propaganda mouthpieces want you to think.  That's why they so commonly link those PUA ********* to men's rights activism, their job is made easier by representing an actual group of misogynists as being one in the same to a group of egalitarian humanists who currently see the inequality being in the direction favoring women.   
   
Your original statement was retarded, however, since we all know people see MRAs as misogynists due to the media's (mis)representation of them, so the only reason you would post that as a comment is to imply there is truth to it, hence demanding contestation.     
   
I really hate blocking people, but for you I've made an exception, not that it matters.  I'll just have to stop all anon comments along with it on all future content.
and I quote, from that article

Wait, what? Men’s rights? That’s a thing? Yes, it’s a thing, and while there are certain legitimate aspects to men’s rights activism, or MRA, it’s overwhelmingly a toxic slew of misogyny. This world of resentment and hate speech has been brought to light in recent days as we learned about the vitriolic forum posts and videos left behind by Elliot Rodger, the 22 year-old accused of killing six people in Santa Barbara last week. But it’s hard to comprehend from Roger’s delusional rants how potent the movement’s message can be for ordinary men.

I blocked an anon on a different content who was trolling me incessantly with strawmen and shaming tactics, I thought you were not that person. Now that I know who you are, this is where our conversation ends.

You make a valid point that a lot of people see the MRA as something other than what it is because (big surprise here) that's what propaganda mouthpieces want you to think. That's why they so commonly link those PUA ********* to men's rights activism, their job is made easier by representing an actual group of misogynists as being one in the same to a group of egalitarian humanists who currently see the inequality being in the direction favoring women.

Your original statement was retarded, however, since we all know people see MRAs as misogynists due to the media's (mis)representation of them, so the only reason you would post that as a comment is to imply there is truth to it, hence demanding contestation.

I really hate blocking people, but for you I've made an exception, not that it matters. I'll just have to stop all anon comments along with it on all future content.
#8 to #6 - anon id: f8ef019d
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"A survey of his subscribed channels reveals the 22-year-old was a Men’s Rights Activist, or MRA. This branch of the men’s liberation movement focuses on what it considers to be issues of male discrimination and oppression."

www.news.com.au/world/elliot-rodgers-links-to-the-mens-rights-activist-movement/story-fndir2ev-1226932109186

Filthy lies once again..?
#9 to #8 - teranin [OP]
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He was not linked to any Men's Rights Channels, that is a lie.  Here's the list of the channels his account was subscribed to on Youtube.  www.youtube.com/user/ElliotRodger/channels   
   
So, yes, filthy lies once again, and this time incredibly easy to refute.
He was not linked to any Men's Rights Channels, that is a lie. Here's the list of the channels his account was subscribed to on Youtube. www.youtube.com/user/ElliotRodger/channels

So, yes, filthy lies once again, and this time incredibly easy to refute.
#10 to #9 - anon id: f8ef019d
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Ok, I don't know if this is trolling, but in the article it says about his Youtube-subscriptions:

"Rodger subscribed to several YouTube channels including RSDfreetour and The Player Supreme Show, which rails against the feminisation of men and gives tips on how to pick up women."

It does not say he subscribed to exactly MRA channels, while both of the mentioned channels are in his list, so how did you easily refute which lies..?

Another link, I think you used this website yourself today, probably they tell the truth sometimes and sometimes lie terribly..?

www.dailydot.com/news/elliot-rodger-mens-rights-activists/
#12 to #10 - teranin [OP]
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The Player Supreme Show are not men's rights activists, neither is RSDfreetour.  You'll note you even said it in your quote "rails against the feminisation of men and gives tips on how to pick up women".  These are Pick-up artists, PUAs, they are not MRAs, part of the MHRM, or even good people.   
   
2 other quotes from that article   
"This includes a video titled “Player Supremes New PUA Technique Guaranteed ACTION from women” which shows a naked man approaching women in a busy street."  Oh, look at that, the channel calls itself PUA as well.   
   
"A survey of his subscribed channels reveals the 22-year-old was a Men’s Rights Activist, or MRA."   
None of his channels or activity involve viewing MRA material.  He did view PUA material, but this is an entirely different group of people who view women like animals to be manipulated on the whims of men.  MRAs hate those sick *****.   
   
I'm having trouble finding evidence for their claims as to Elliot Rodger being an MRA in that article you just posted.  I mean yeah, they say it a bunch, and say a lot of negative **** about the MHRM that is mostly attributable to PUAs, but I'm not finding any evidence for their claims.  Oddly enough, Elliot Rodger was subscribed to PUA channels on youtube but made comments fairly regularly on an anti-pua section of reddit.  No comments of his exist on any MRA subreddit, however, nor subscriptions to any MRA channels on youtube, nor subscriptions to any MRA sites, nor claims actually made by him associating himself with the MHRM, he has no facebook page beyond one made posthumously about him, and he follows no MRAs on his twitter, although he does follow a large number of PUAs and rap groups known for their misogyny.     
   
That article sources no evidence of any association this kid had to any section of the MHRM, do you have evidence that is not conjecture?  A comment he made linking himself to such groups? Some social media other than twitter or youtube which have already been checked?  Some secret page of his manifesto which contained 0 mentions of the men's human rights movement?  A quote from a video he didn't post to his channel but that was still him claiming he was an MRA, as he never does so in any of the videos on his channel?   
   
If there is any actual, physical evidence of his association with MRAs beyond conjecture based on misrepresentation and fallacious association between PUAs and MRAs, that you can present me with, I will share it here, on facebook, on twitter, and email it to every major men's right's activist I know to show them which part of the MRM he associated with so that the MHRM can clean house.
The Player Supreme Show are not men's rights activists, neither is RSDfreetour. You'll note you even said it in your quote "rails against the feminisation of men and gives tips on how to pick up women". These are Pick-up artists, PUAs, they are not MRAs, part of the MHRM, or even good people.

2 other quotes from that article
"This includes a video titled “Player Supremes New PUA Technique Guaranteed ACTION from women” which shows a naked man approaching women in a busy street." Oh, look at that, the channel calls itself PUA as well.

"A survey of his subscribed channels reveals the 22-year-old was a Men’s Rights Activist, or MRA."
None of his channels or activity involve viewing MRA material. He did view PUA material, but this is an entirely different group of people who view women like animals to be manipulated on the whims of men. MRAs hate those sick *****.

I'm having trouble finding evidence for their claims as to Elliot Rodger being an MRA in that article you just posted. I mean yeah, they say it a bunch, and say a lot of negative **** about the MHRM that is mostly attributable to PUAs, but I'm not finding any evidence for their claims. Oddly enough, Elliot Rodger was subscribed to PUA channels on youtube but made comments fairly regularly on an anti-pua section of reddit. No comments of his exist on any MRA subreddit, however, nor subscriptions to any MRA channels on youtube, nor subscriptions to any MRA sites, nor claims actually made by him associating himself with the MHRM, he has no facebook page beyond one made posthumously about him, and he follows no MRAs on his twitter, although he does follow a large number of PUAs and rap groups known for their misogyny.

That article sources no evidence of any association this kid had to any section of the MHRM, do you have evidence that is not conjecture? A comment he made linking himself to such groups? Some social media other than twitter or youtube which have already been checked? Some secret page of his manifesto which contained 0 mentions of the men's human rights movement? A quote from a video he didn't post to his channel but that was still him claiming he was an MRA, as he never does so in any of the videos on his channel?

If there is any actual, physical evidence of his association with MRAs beyond conjecture based on misrepresentation and fallacious association between PUAs and MRAs, that you can present me with, I will share it here, on facebook, on twitter, and email it to every major men's right's activist I know to show them which part of the MRM he associated with so that the MHRM can clean house.

#13 to #12 - anon id: f8ef019d
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Check my comment #11, saying "MRA" is equivalent to saying "feminists", is it not? It's my current understanding. And therefor some of the channels Mr. Supreme subscribed to can be called "MRA", like you could call a channel that represents feminist ideas "feminist".

So the point of the arcticles who say he was an MRA seems to be that he believed in MRA-ideas.
User avatar #16 to #13 - teranin [OP]
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They aren't MRA ideas, however, they are PUA ideas, a completely different ideology. It's like calling muslims christians.
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From the perspecitve of an atheist, the difference between christianity and islam isn't as substantial as a muslim or christian would think.
User avatar #20 to #19 - teranin [OP]
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I'm also atheist, and I agree, but there are enough major ideological differences between the two groups that the dichotomy is valid.
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did you watch all the videos on all the channels the gentleman subscribed to? Are you certain that there aren't MRA-typical statements among them? Also, his connection to the MRA-movement is not just explained/declared by his Youtube-channel, but also by forum-posts he made.

However, I don't know enough about the MRA, the ******** (cringe worthy as ****) and the gentleman, so I'm not insisting he was an MRA.
User avatar #27 to #26 - teranin [OP]
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The forums they are referencing were subreddits, none of which were MRA subreddits, and no evidence has been forthcoming as to any comments he made claiming to be an MRA. Watching videos of people who are not MRAs and do not claim to be making statements that may have some similarities to ones made by MRAs does not make the person who watches those videos an MRA any more than it does the people presenting the video, after all lots of feminists say "If you're for equality, you're a feminist" well I'm for equality, but I am not a damn feminist. I'm also not an MRA.
#14 to #13 - anon id: f8ef019d
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and just btw, my actual point here in this discussion was that the sign of that chick in the pick does make sense insofar that she/her group/many people consider the MRA not to be interested in equal rights.

"The men's rights movement's beliefs and activities have been criticized by scholars, the Southern Poverty Law Center and commentators, and sectors of the movement have been described as misogynist.[4][5][6][7][8][9]"
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men%27s_rights_movement

The whole supreme gentleman-digression was caused because you discredited the link to the time.com-article with claiming their note concerning him was a lie.
#17 to #14 - teranin [OP]
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I didn't say she didn't think she was right in holding that sign, she probably believes all the lies about the MHRM. I said it was Ironic because even the name of the damn event coincides with the message on her sign.

Feminists have multiple times gone on massive wikipedia editing crusades
www.campusreform.org/?ID=5409
Further, the SPLC has been found to not be an accurate resource for determining what is and is not a hate movement by the FBI and has been disavowed by law enforcement.
washingtonexaminer.com/shocked-anti-defamation-league-slaps-fbi-diss-on-hate-crimes/article/2546305

However, that doesn't change the fact that the damage has been done, and plenty of people think the MRAs are the ones spouting misogyny when it really isn't the case, because most people simply believe what is told to them by media sources, without investigating things themselves.
Their note concerning him was a lie, I've proven it and shown evidence of it.

I have to go now, **** to do. Peace.
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Sectors of MRA could be described as misogynyst the same way that sectors of feminism could be called misandrist. The point is that that is not the case. MRAs and msot of the people who would be affiliated with them are going to be good people, interested in equal rights and abolishing harmful misandrist practices. The same way that most feminist would be reasonable people. Unfortunately, tumblr level feminism has grown to a point it has started to corrupt the whole meaning and practice of it. At one point in my life, as a male, I would have called myself a feminist, but those times have long passed.
Despite what you say, that people see MRA as misogynist, they aren't. However, despite the generally positive view of feminism, it is quickly becoming the opposite of what people think it is.
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oh, now I got it. Hue hue. So the "MRA" is not one single organisation, I didn't know that, I uneducated swine. The MRA is something like "feminism", so people that do not necessarily have any connection with each other, but just share a set of ideas and believes. Thanks, teranin, for making me learn something I did not yet know.

So in that case I have to admit that already the first link I provided did indeed say that the supreme gentleman was an MRA. It did not say that he was member of a specific group or organisation, but influenced by the ideas of MRA. You know, like Big Red is a feminist.

Speaking of her, I found this note:

www.dailydot.com/news/feminist-blogger-in-hiding-mra-death-threats/
#15 to #11 - teranin [OP]
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Ok so before I start my long winded response, any MRAs who were involved in doxxing her or engaged in any threats to her safety do not deserve to call themselves human rights activists, they disgust me and their actions are not in line with the MHRM message of nonviolence.

Now that that's out of the way, the 3 things initially linked in this article, the first 2 were by trolling assholes not associated with the MRM, they were just misogynist cunts. The third is being misrepresented as a "misogynist backlash" when this Adria Richards person got 2 guys fired from their jobs at Pycon for making a big dongle joke to each other, quietly and in a way that was intended to be private, when she happened to be sitting close enough to overhear them. It was not directed at anyone, just a dumb dick joke, but she took it to the event organizers and those guy's boss, and got them fired over that. Of course, if you're going to get people fired over ostensibly nothing, doing it at a programming and cybersecurity convention might be the worst choice of venue possible. These guys whose employment she ended went on a hacking site they frequented, and defended her choice to report them to the con administrators, saying that they were out of line, and explained that due to the con reporting a thing they took no disciplinary action against their company fired them

What happened next was legions of other people realized how obviously unjust this was, a stupid joke made between friends offending this girl so much that she got them fired over it, and further realized that she was making claims of her heroism when she had cowardly taken a picture of them and complained to the internet rather than standing up to them directly. Her hypocrisy was too much to be tolerated for 4chan, who then went on a massive trolling and Ddos raid of the company she worked at. Their hacktivism was successful, but this was 4chan, not the MHRM, and it's pretty ****** up to blame something 4chan did on ANY group of people other than 4chan.

Now here's my real problem with that article you linked. They claim her personal information was on MRA forums, post a picture containing her personal information that is only partially censored, but post no source links to the relevant forum. I get that they might have been being considerate of her privacy, but that doesn't make a ton of sense when they already said who exactly she was in their article. They show no evidence of MRAs actually threatening her with harm, beyond simply claiming it. I believe that she was doxxed, although not necessarily by an MRA unless I see proof, I believe that she was threatened, although I find it highly unlikely that was an MRA, more likely simply an asshole, you find a lot of those on the internet. I also believe it was massively inconvenient for her, and it was wrong of the people who did that to have done it. However, the claims of the MRA involvement in those ****** up actions run directly counter to the message of the MHRM, and as such without some actual evidence beyond it just being stated in this article I can't agree. They even say that Paul Elam made it clear he did not want her to get doxxed, regardless of how they felt about her actions.

Big Red is a feminist because she claims to be, promotes it's ideology and joins in feminist activism. Elliot Rodger never claimed to be an MRA, never promoted their ideology instead acting as a mouthpiece to the PUA alpha male/beta male misogynist analysis of females ideology, and never engaged in men's rights activism. So I disagree with your choice to associate the two of them to push the unproven narrative of MRA involvement for Elliot Rodger that you seem to be endorsing.

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Part 1 of 5

"Ok so before I start my long winded response, any MRAs who were involved in doxxing her or engaged in any threats to her safety do not deserve to call themselves human rights activists, they disgust me and their actions are not in line with the MHRM message of nonviolence. "

Oh, so no the MRA have to be called "human rights activists". They fight for human rights in general, right, just that whenever you hear them speak, it's largely about why feminists suck. lol
Then you, indeed long winded, explain how and why nothing bad in the world has anything to do with the good cause of the good men of the "human right movement", my god, aren't you guys actually saints.
Check this out now:
www.funnyjunk.com/Effect+of+Feminism+95/funny-pictures/5175010/
Your content. I have a question for you: What is the source for this? Where did you get this from? If you cannot provide a source, I will assume you have made it up yourself.
User avatar #32 to #21 - teranin [OP]
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Did you read the rest? Let me know when you do. After that caveat I explain the complete lack of evidence that there was any MRA involvement in threats to her person, and explained as did the article that MHRM ideologues told people to do precisely not that.

Please read the entirety of my post before doing a 5 part contestation and reusing my reaction picture each time like a vitriolic jackass.
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Sure I read it. You explain how and why no good man of the MHRM did anything bad to Big Red and if one did, they're like outcasts noone likes. And then I provide YOU as an example of a hate-monger. First you invent Big Red saying the most atrocious **** that obviously will incite hate-speech among the young boys of FJ and then you enforce it by explaining why bitches have to be punched. Here's a funny video for you:

UofT: Conversation With Men's Rights Activists & Feminists (and others)

It's big red (omg she so annoying omg her voice omg how she looks omg her expression) explaining where and why feminists have a lot of the same goals the MRA CLAIMS to have. Why don't you celebrate her as sharing your goals?

Because you are an asshole. Kids on FJ might not notice that, but people that matter, cuz they're the ones that make decisions, see through your ******** within minutes.

Leaves us with the question: Why are you such an asshole? What happened, poor guy? Some girl been mean to you?
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ohh, you're that faggot again. We're done.
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As if you wouldn't have known its me all along. You're done cuz you don't know how to respond. There in that video is your oh-so-dangerous Big Red. Trying to read a list of common goals the MRA and feminists have. That's the reality vs the filthy lie of her wanting to SLICE UP BABIES WITH A RAZORBLADE.

Well, I give you one thing: At least you do not even try to justify your outragous behaviour.

So once again: Pic related, I stomped your ass to the ****.

See you later.
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Part 2 of 5
Now I'll do a little something, dear, I go through all the comments on that "content" of yours and copypaste the ones that speak of violence, about punching her, locking her up, have her killed, have a progrom against feminists, rape her and kill her. Not in a single of these cases did I hear you speak out against the violence expressed there, you even respond to the comment "Why do all these women have the most punch-able faces?" with a lengthy explanation, why that is so, including this highly disgusting note:

"Obviously, I'm not directing that at all women, there are plenty of exceptions to that rule and you CAN learn to not be a ******* without being punched in the face, but a lot of people male or female need that punch or they will keep pushing boundries since there are no consequences. "

www.funnyjunk.com/Effect+of+Feminism+95/funny-pictures/5175010/18#18
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How is that note disgusting? Also, my explanation is accurate. It is not misogynist it is simply a statement of fact, unless you're saying that it was endorsing punches to the face when it wasn't.
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If I have to explain, you won't understand how disgusting it is to state that people who say things some cockless bitch doesn't like NEED a punch in the face.
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Part 3 of 5

In other words have you, either by manufacturing or copypasting this filthy lie about Big Red wanting to kill babies with a ******* razorblade, incited all this hate-speeches against her, while not only not doing **** to calm them down, but even clearly stating that feminists NEED (!!) to be punched in the face.

And no you ************ want to tell me that the MRA is against violence?

Here come the quotes:
User avatar #29 to #23 - teranin [OP]
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Nope, never said they need to, and I got that comment from somewhere else, it may have been untrue.
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Yep, did say, I can quote it again, if you're ******* blind too:

"Obviously, I'm not directing that at all women, there are plenty of exceptions to that rule and you CAN learn to not be a ******* without being punched in the face, but a lot of people male or female need that punch or they will keep pushing boundries since there are no consequences. "
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Part 4 of 5

I hope something bad happens to this bitch / The real problem with people like her getting killed is they just become a Martyr. / I think it should be forgivable if you commit assault in response / Why doesn't somebody actually just punch her in the face? / holy **** i want to smash her face in / i want her to die in the most horrific way possible / Feminists deserve a ******* pogrom. / and if I got my way her and every one of her supporters would be sitting in Guantanamo Bay / Maybe we "white overpriviliged men" shoudl bring back slavery, and start treating women like muslims do? / Guys, I'm really legit, we need to start a movement, that is just good old fashioned Americans, purging the world of these ******* wads of **** . / Seriously, why did no body beat the ever living **** out of her yet is beyond me. / I'm actually baffled that no one has shot her yet /
User avatar #30 to #24 - teranin [OP]
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So, standard FJ users are MRAs? Proof?
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Oh, once again you do not understand the point, mate, what a surpise. So let me explain the world to a dummy once again: You say MRAs dont want violence. You are MRA. You created all this hate-speech against a woman and did not only not speak out against it, but backed it up and reinforced it.

You are the living proof that your thesis of the MRA being good guys is a lie. You bitches are assholes that hate women cuz they don't get to score.
#39 to #34 - teranin [OP]
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You think I'm an MRA, that's rich.  I'm a humanist egalitarian libertarian.   
   
I listen to MRAs because the current rights discrepency in this country is against men, not against women, and my views coincide more closely to theirs than to totalitarian socialist feminism.
You think I'm an MRA, that's rich. I'm a humanist egalitarian libertarian.

I listen to MRAs because the current rights discrepency in this country is against men, not against women, and my views coincide more closely to theirs than to totalitarian socialist feminism.
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Oh my god, how hilarious I am again. How I have embarrased myself again. You do fight for men's rights all day, like feminists for women's rights, but obvoiusly you are not an MRA. You are something totally different. What again? Oh, a humanist egalitarian libertarian. That's why you focus on how evil women are all the time and that's why it's perfectly ok for you to hold speeches of hate and incite the desire to punch, kill and rape women.

I'm really quite stupid, aren't I?

It's really no suprise that women are not interested in you, well, other than your mommy and your sisters. Because you are pathetic. A fine example for the MRA and so, to conclude our funny discussion on this content, it's no surprise that no sane and reasonable person wants to have wankers like you spreading their **** in their towns university.
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Part 5 of 5

Even thought the world would momentarily become a better place if someone where to walk up to her and put a bullet in her head, she'd just become a martyr / Of course I would have to kill her after, couldn't let this bitch back into society / Stick an MMA fighter in a house with a dumb bitch like Dumb Red up there and see how long he refrains from beating the **** out of her / Why do all these women have the most punch-able faces? / this bitch can go **** herself severely with a cactus... / That dumb **** needs a gangrapin /


Plz dont forget to provide a source for the "quote" you attribute to Big Red, it's quite important, as it will show if it was you yourself who made up this **** or if you at least are just dishonorable enough to spread it.

Thx.
User avatar #31 to #25 - teranin [OP]
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Again, still proof.

The quote from Big Red was from a lesbian rally I did not attend. I was told she made the quote, it was not recorded and is from a secondhand source. Feel free to not believe it.
#33 to #31 - anon id: 85ca6cb4
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Yes, I believe you made it up.
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"You make a valid point"

See. And that's all I did, and all I ever did: Making valid points. Why are you so afraid of them that you have to censor me?
#1 - fourtwentt
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#2 - jomeara
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A similar train of thought?