Right Wing Tax Squads: 4chan doxxxes e-thots to the IRS

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Captain Gh

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Rhyme or Reason said:
Transsimian said:
Not IRS related, but this is an example of the mindset of e-thots and the omegas they prey on.

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I would have assumed it was false, but there was a video from a convention a year ago.


That text exchange has got to be fake. Not because of how pathetic it is, but the wording just seems way too 'perfect' to be real.

Shit I think it's very very real! There's a convo that seems very legit in the YouTube comments of the video where peeps who twitch said she was "lying" about being married!!
 

Rhyme or Reason

 
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Captain Gh said:
Shit I think it's very very real! There's a convo that seems very legit in the YouTube comments of the video where peeps who twitch said she was "lying" about being married!!

So presumably that text exchange is from the same incident, with that same beta 'mod'?
 

AnonymousBosch

 
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Rhyme or Reason said:
Captain Gh said:
Shit I think it's very very real! There's a convo that seems very legit in the YouTube comments of the video where peeps who twitch said she was "lying" about being married!!

So presumably that text exchange is from the same incident, with that same beta 'mod'?

Watch her body language. I've said it's dangerous to associate with Gammas because they naturally-repel women, who can only politely-tolerate their presence for a time until they finally snap, deciding it's better to be called a 'bitch' than to never be free of his attention.

The vibe there is exactly what I mean. When I thought I was getting a new stepmother last year, based upon my stepfather's perception of reality, I knew I wasn't when I saw him with her as I drove past, and saw the same "There's an invisible shield between him and me" body language.

Note that it's not just that the dude in the video is ugly: it's that he doesn't understand he's ugly, believing he realistically stands a chance with an decently-attractive girl, and, as such, can't sense the awkwardness.

Have no pity on them: they're unteachable, from a game perspective.

Dude's biceps are smaller than my ankles.
 
AnonymousBosch said:
Rhyme or Reason said:
Captain Gh said:
Shit I think it's very very real! There's a convo that seems very legit in the YouTube comments of the video where peeps who twitch said she was "lying" about being married!!

So presumably that text exchange is from the same incident, with that same beta 'mod'?

Watch her body language. I've said it's dangerous to associate with Gammas because they naturally-repel women, who can only politely-tolerate their presence for a time until they finally snap, deciding it's better to be called a 'bitch' than to never be free of his attention.

The vibe there is exactly what I mean. When I thought I was getting a new stepmother last year, based upon my stepfather's perception of reality, I knew I wasn't when I saw him with her as I drove past, and saw the same "There's an invisible shield between him and me" body language.

I wonder if my judgment is bad? He doesn't seem obviously Gamma to me. He seems harmless. If a girl told me that a guy like that was making them feel bad I would think she's overreacting.
 

Days of Broken Arrows

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Thersites said:
TutorGuina said:
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What a cuck
Notice the facial expression, this gotta be parody

I barely have cash in my bank accounts and this cuck is paying $500 buck for picture. Just give a girl a bag of Skittles and call it a day.

I don't think the above Tweet is real. I think it was contrived to slam the "alt right." It seems odd he'd mention the alt right at the end, out of the blue.

But if it is real:

1). Why in the hell would anyone "buy" nudes for $50? There are so many galleries of nude women on places like XHamster that you could never see them all in your lifetimes.

2). Who would invest in a "lifetime subscription" to a "Premium Snapchat?" That means you just forked over money to watch a woman age and slowly fall apart on camera. Talk about depreciating assets.

3). Back in the old days, women would send nudes FOR FREE through AIM and Yahoo Instant Messenger. You could have entire online/phone relationships with women who lived in ghost towns in sparsely-populared places like Utah. I assume this still goes on now but with Snapchat. Why would anyone pay?

4). If you absolutely insist on paying women, just go to a hooker and get your money's worth. Hookers give you an "experience" and face-time conversation. These THOTS are not only fleecing men, but they're robbing working girls out of an honest day's pay.

5). Interesting how these tech companies crack down on incorrect speech, but have no standards when it comes to photos. I'm sure this will come crashing down on them when they inevitably get sued for facilitating some sort of illicit activity.
 

N°6

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I was also wondering why these young men don’t make use of the abundance of free online porn or visit Nevada or Amsterdam with the savings that the avoidance of thots would yield.

I think it is because they want the ‘girlfriend experience’. Men start off as romanticists but gradually become realists. It’s the other way round for women and this presents financial opportunities for feral women.
 

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The Thotaudit is being underrated in its meaning, scope and context. This is the first time in the three decades I've been alive that I've seen a mass, grassroots anti-chivalry movement.
 

Leonard D Neubache

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DOBA it's to your credit that you can't fathom how these guys think.

I have a good memory and even when I think back as far as my puberty days, these premium snapchat guys are the dudes that you looked down on when you had a plain girlfriend who at least let you grab some boob.

The same way a plain guy gets the tease for free but buys the sex, a true loser buys the tease.

Their mental state is reduced to "a pretty girl is sending me unique :tard: nudes, and on an unrelated note my bank account is 500 bucks lighter."

Two things. I bet that they pay on an account in advance and get the nudes randomly to suspend disbelief that it's a purely financial arrangement, like a sugar daddy handing over 500 bucks a week before he fucks the whore because he doesn't want it to feel like p4p.

Also, I bet that half the service is that these paypigs get to send nudes back without ending up in jail, further enhancing the delusion. Don't say these chicks aren't at least partially earning those ho-bux if they're opening up that shit and seeing it for the second it takes for them to hit delete.
 

Benoit

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N°6 said:
I was also wondering why these young men don’t make use of the abundance of free online porn or visit Nevada or Amsterdam with the savings that the avoidance of thots would yield.

I think it is because they want the ‘girlfriend experience’. Men start off as romanticists but gradually become realists. It’s the other way round for women and this presents financial opportunities for feral women.

From the comments on that Youtube vid:
I mean, I hate the twitch thots, but goddamn do I despise the beta nerds who actually ENABLE them by giving them thousands of dollars. It's ridiculous.

Someone commented that for all the money they spend on twitch girls they could actually get a real life hooker. But, They don't want a hooker , they want the girl who never gave them any attention in high school, which lets be real is exactly what these twitch thots are. So when they give huge amounts of money and one of these girls says something like "wow thanks anon you are such a nice guy" then from that moment on they are hooked. It's like cocaine to them. They need more. All those years being ignored by Stacy in school makes sure of that because now they are finally getting the attention they craved.
 
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Film

by Claudia Galgau

Nov 27 2018, 7:33pm

the whispering girls on youtube who pretend to be your girlfriend

27-year-old Dutch filmmaker Guus Voorham made an alienating documentary about the popular 'Girlfriend Roleplay' videos on YouTube which rake in millions of views.


This article originally appeared on i-D Netherlands

"The first time I watched a 'ASMR Girlfriend Roleplay' video it made my hair stand up on the back of my neck," says Guus Voorham, a Dutch filmmaker from Rotterdam. He devoted his graduation film to this specific YouTube genre. The videos are a variation on the popular ASMR genre, they're usually made by young women and provide certain visual and auditory stimuli that give people who are sensitive to it an enjoyable sensation.

In the 'Girlfriend Roleplay' branch of ASMR girls film themselves while they are pretending to talk to their boyfriends. They whisper comforting words to the camera, act out domestic quarrels and gently pet the screens. In some cases scoring them over a million views. "When I accidentally discovered these videos I found them uncomfortable, but secretly, I enjoyed them too," says Guus. He then clipped parts of the videos from different girls into one new girlfriend who met all his wishes.

The 27-year-old filmmaker graduated last July from the Willem de Kooning Academy, the art school of Rotterdam. While studying, he was fascinated by role-playing. To better understand the distinction between fact and fiction he took classes in philosophy and gender studies. For his first big film project he asked volunteers and university fraternity members to act out a hazing ritual. "I wanted to show the viewer that even during role-play, real friendships can develop," says Guus. His fascination with the difference between real and fake also led him to an extensive research of loneliness, which, he says, is increasingly considered to be a health problem in the Netherlands.

An example of a Girlfriend Roleplay video:



In Alone Together both of the Guus' infatuations are joined together. "First I wanted to expose the negative side of the phenomenon, because I thought the women abused the loneliness of men. They can make a lot of money doing it," says Guus. "But when I started editing I also noticed the sweet and beautiful sides to doing this. I emphasised with people whom I thought I would never be able to understand. To me, this is one of the greatest things about making documentaries."

One of the videos moved him in particular. "The video of a young blond girl, who is also in my film. She tells you how much you mean to her, and she plays it very convincingly," says Guus. "I imagine that when she recorded it, all alone in her room, she was really thinking of a an ex-boyfriend. Maybe she says all the things in the video she wasn't able to tell him. A few of the women really seem to play out their own fantasy."

There are, Guus says, also women who think of it as an act of altruism, to combat loneliness. But in the end the role-play videos resemble a commercial product, most of all. "The makers of these videos are competing for viewers, and they are trying to excel in pleasing," he says. "They don't want to make just one person happy, like in a relationship, but they are trying to make all of their viewers happy. Because of this, all the video's look alike, which then creates the image of an average man, whom the all of the girls are comforting in the same way."

Guus wants to magnify this homogenization by turning the spectator into an unwilling opponent. "Especially in an auditorium this feels absurd. These women are all trying to create a one-on-one connection with you, whilst all these strangers are sitting next to you. It both makes you uncomfortable, and prevents you from looking away from the screen. At the end of the film the people leave the auditorium looking like they were just kissed by someone against their will."

Part of the discomfort may be caused by the old-fashioned way the young women portrayed, they are only on the screen because they are trying to please an imaginary man. Many of the videos start with a shot in which the girl is pretending to sleep, and then slowly but gently wakes up. "Sorry, I fell asleep while I was waiting for you. It doesn't matter you are late, I'll always be there for you," they whisper to the camera. Instead of showing you a nuanced picture on modern-day relationships, they dumb down the idea of 'the girlfriend' to an eternally youthful girl that has nothing better to do than hang around at home, waiting for her man. This way they reinforce an ancient pattern of expectation.

What the women think about this themselves, does not become clear in the documentary. This is why Guus plans to make a sequel, in which he will let the women behind the videos explain their motives. "I think many of them will tell us that the role they play has nothing to do with their own life," says Guus. But even if the women don't identify with the role, it does feel real for the spectator. This is conformed by the many comments underneath the videos left by men who feel supported by them. It were these many positive reactions that changed the way Guus views intimacy. "I thought intimacy was something that, by definition, you could only feel for someone you know well. When you're having sex, intimacy is what is missing when you don't really know the other person. But now it seems that the people watching these videos also experience intimate trust and recognition. To them it's something that can exist between two people who have never met each other. That's really fascinating."
 

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Days of Broken Arrows said:
3). Back in the old days, women would send nudes FOR FREE through AIM and Yahoo Instant Messenger.

We got more than just nudes, mate. We had webcams. It was easy enough to turn it into a physical meet and close the deal. Uni students were given free internet access at the start of each year so there was always a fresh supply. I'll often drive past a house and think "Ah yeah, I've no idea who it was now but I know I banged in there." All that sort of thing died off sharply with the rise of Facebook, when everyone's mothers decided to get online. I'd say 2005 onwards.

I assume this still goes on now but with Snapchat. Why would anyone pay?

Because the men won't lower their standards enough to consider the type of girls who are on their level and would give it to them for free.

4). If you absolutely insist on paying women, just go to a hooker and get your money's worth. Hookers give you an "experience" and face-time conversation.

No, I've known more than enough of these guys. Those types of men are deluded as to their own attractiveness, and think too highly of themselves to pay for a hooker, who is That Type Of Girl, whereas the cam girls are Not That Type Of Girl. She's sweet and nice, and would never charge him for sex because he knows she thinks He's Special and Not Like All The Other Guys that she does this with.

If what she is doing looks like being a whore to any man who can get laid, then You Just Don't Know Her Like I Do.

It's a type of Alpha Envy or Delusion. They think they're not the kind of guy who has to pay for sex, like an Alpha. One of the worst ones I knew used to put on this stupid baby talk voice and talk about buying The Nice Girl 'pwesents'. (Note, he didn't have a lisp). She hated him personally, found him sexually repulsive, but enjoyed his disposable income, because she didn't even have to touch him or kiss him, let alone have sex with him. Then, when she got what she wanted, she'd leave him to go and see her boyfriend, who, of course Didn't Deserve Her.

Some guys just don't have the skill to read female manipulation, because they have a fundamentally-female brain. With Skilled Gigolos, the job involves convincing women that what is a sexual transaction for money, isn't a sexual transaction for money. These men don't need the girl to work to convince them.
 

HankMoody

 
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I'm not reading through 10 pages of comments buuuut...I just finished watching Cernovich's documentary on fake news.

What I found interesting is how the media described the people doing this as incels and Men's Rights Activists. And then they roped Roosh Bee into it.

https://www.newsweek.com/what-thota...ges-right-wing-incels-report-internet-1231690

If HuffPo or Daily Beast wants to say that, fine. We all know they are leftist trash rags. But Newsweek?

I've met a lot of dudes in person from the RVF and none of them are incels or "Mens Rights Activists."

More besides the point, you have news publications that claim to be unbiased immediately discrediting sources in the article.

What if I were to write "Leftist feminists defend hookers who commit tax evasion"?
 
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