Ban the /pol/ fuckers pretending to be communists on /dqn/ (30)

25 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2018-08-01 02:20 ID:gXFZzCCY


>Yeah, now you get it.

So you think it's okay for people to write death threats to me or use racial slurs against me?
I said I'll stop posting about political stuff, but that means other people need to stop too.

>Stop using words you don't know the meaning of.

When people repeatedly say I have "multiple personas" or "schizophrenia" in the current thoughts thread, it's obvious you're trying to gaslight me. And when someone makes very specific accusations against someone else, as many people have done to me here, that says more about them than the person they're talking to. Both of those terms apply here.

If you're wondering why not all of my posts seem the same, it's because I'm polite when I'm sober, and more honest after drinking.

>blanket dismissing

Blanket dismissals? No, I go into detail about political issues. Or I did, anyway. That's discussion, not a blanket dismissal. But just because someone posts a counterpoint doesn't mean I have to accept or agree with it. That's how opinions are. Plenty of people here disagree with me too. But you know what IS a blanket dismissal? People saying my views are "/pol/" when they definitely aren't.

>in every single thread where someone mentioned something even remotely political

In case you hadn't noticed, America is extremely political right now. Kind of hard to avoid it when this stuff is in our faces 24/7. I know not everyone is American. But guess what? I am, and it affects my daily life! But I've finally accepted that this isn't the website for politics, so I'll just post that stuff elsewhere. But it's a two-way street and people have to stop trying to engage me in political stuff if you want me to stop talking about it.

At the end of the day, text boards are places people go to discuss things with other people. I'm not a troll, despite what you may think. I just feel strongly about political issues. In case you didn't know, a lot of people in America are really mad now because of current events. I'm not the only one who feels like this. But you're not supposed to post angry/intense shit like this on regular social media. I have friends and family added on Facebook who disagree with me politically so that's not an option, discussing politics at work is just asking for trouble, Instagram is for food and cool photos (giving the impression that your life is way cooler than it actually is), Twitter is a mess and has mob mentality issues, etc. Despite your accusations and insults, I don't browse /pol/. I have explained why many times before but there's no point in writing it yet again if all you're going to do is dismiss me as a /pol/ poster when I'm not.

But like I said, I'll stop. My words fall on deaf ears, so there's no point in talking about politics here.

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