Activists and SJWs will always let you know their opinions and try to push them on you. They'll always find a way to work an anti-Trump joke into the conversation or mention gays / minorities and their rights.It's really tough. You find out just how alone you are in your peer group. I've had big parties at my place full of people who have a good time and dance and laugh and smother me with hugs and kisses, and half of them would straight up kill me (or at least impotently want to) if they knew my "politics". It's crazy. I'm working on expanding my social circle to include more redpillers, but everyone is hiding their powerlevel, so it's not easy.
Github (Microsoft site, the main centralized software repository site in the IT word) has a very similar banner today too.
Someone needs to hit back and these companies and ask them why they don't support the white victims of white-on-black crime, which is disproportionately more.Github (Microsoft site, the main centralized software repository site in the IT word) has a very similar banner today too.
Keep distance, make new friends. If they reach out to you, help them as a Christian would and insert a word or two about God if you can without creating resentment.How do other forum members recommend dealing with people like this in the real world?
I was dismayed to see about 50% of my real world friends were on board with this act of supplication, naturally I don't engage in political discussions on social media but I can see the topic coming up in conversations.
I refuse to lie and feign support or ignorance, but the set of beliefs regarding systematic oppression etc. have been taken up so swiftly and with near religious fervour (even by people who are otherwise politically apathetic) that I feel I may lose long-held and valued relationships in the near future.
Having said that, if somebody cannot countenance socialising with someone they disagree with and prioritises performative acts of compliance and wokeness over bonds of friendship then one is better off without them.
I'm in a music group on Facebook that's mostly frequented by people much younger than me who are mostly very, very leftist. All about the feminism, trans rights, communism, etc. Recently a guy posted about how his long-term live in girlfriend just up and disappeared while he was at work, moved out all her stuff, and blocked him on all social media. He was distraught in the way that a typical, non-red-pilled guy would be. I felt bad for him, because I was there too a long time ago before I discovered your writings and a few other neomasculine sites. I simply posted "This is why you need to look to God for happiness, not women." I expected hellfire to be unleashed on me, but to my surprise just got a few likes and love reacts.Keep distance, make new friends. If they reach out to you, help them as a Christian would and insert a word or two about God if you can without creating resentment.
It's pretty much all of them. People are pressuring them to make a "statement". It's all just virtue signalling. Is anyone going to buy or not buy a Chevrolet because they made their Facebook profile a black square for 24 hours?Can someone make a list of all the companies who participates so I know which ones to boycott?
Here you go:Someone needs to hit back and these companies and ask them why they don't support the white victims of white-on-black crime, which is disproportionately more.
Unfortunately, I can't find definitive statistics that show this. Google seems to be purposely tweaking the results so you can't find them.
Anyway, if a statistic like that could be found, it would be amusing to center in on the violence against women and ask why these companies don't "support women." The cognitive dissonance would make their heads explode.