Tech censorship grows and expands and the GOP does nothing. The GOP really goes out of their way to prove they are the fake opposition. At least the Washington Generals once beat the Globetrotters. The GOP never wins.
Does anybody remember the video where he castigated some poor guy who had the audacity to donate a really small amount? I always found it unseemly that he begs for donations. The man built a successful software company and sold it for what I assume was millions years ago.Too bad he got banned, YT sucks, for sure, but his begging for donations in his short statement is a bit uncooth, coming from a guy who has likely raised well over a million from donations and professional blogging. He comes across as someone who is getting evicted and starving, when in fact he's one of the richest "dissidents" out there. a lot better off than the great majority of his audience that he is begging for donations...
I think it's very hard to build a youtube following without starting to appear arrogant and self-important. I think it helps to bring in guests because the nature of monologue makes you seem like a rigid ideologue who just wants to proselytize rather than debate which is why "talk show" people like Joe Rogan are more socially acceptable dissidents.He's just incredibly full of himself and not as intelligent as he thinks he is
And the next step for him, or why he lags behind the Alt-Right, is being honest and asking where Christian tradition comes from, and more so why Christianity differs, sometimes largely, from one set of people to another and how genetics play a huge role in everything.I am in the same boat as GriffinMill.
I have had several father replacement figures - given that my father had virtually no input into my development.
Stefan was the most influential of these. At the time I had no ground beneath my feet, no idea of where my life would go, no awareness of history or where society is going. It was the start of my real introspection and self-improvement; rather than more looking out into the world for problems.
A friend also started listening to him. To give you an idea of how stewed in leftism he was at the time, his first reaction was, "I don't know if I like this. Anarcho-capitalism. It must be bad because it has capitalism in it." He name dropped Molyneux at his wedding, in reference to telling people there they should force him and his wife to stay together if they ever speak of divorce. People didn't know what to think of that. It was a shell to their blue-pill minds. If it wasn't for Molyneux he'd likely be at home masturbating, watching Netflix etc., but instead he has a purpose. It's the same for me.
Without various guides, all of whom have their flaws, I would just be treading water in the nothingness of modernity. He is also very good at picking out people's life problems. I remember listening to a few of his call ins from people who have been to psychologists for years and get nowhere; and he is able to lift the veil in an hour or two.
His weak point is has smarmyness. He has an inability to concede in debate, even when you can tell his mind has processed he is wrong. He just starts constructing an elaborate defence of his ideas.
On Christianity. His position on this appears to be genuine. With the mounting assault from the left he has realised that his own chopping down of the structures of the past is an attack on the environment he wants to live in. He's realised that AnCap ideas are too idealistic. Humans are flawed and that so much of what he values has come from a Christian tradition.