I'm sure most of you know what Ben thinks about Trump, do you think he's right? I can back him on a lot of things and I'm sure you guys can too.
Can you list his opinions on trump as specifics in bullet point form?
The only thing I've heard him say about trump is that he doesn't really align with traditional conservative principles and he changes his opinion on a lot of positions extremely frequently, both of which are true.
Whether you see those as a negative or even care is up to you.
Dove released by Pope immediately killed by crow
What does it mean, /pol/?
/pol/ just got btfo. Time to go to bed
Blue Lives Matter is a parody of BLM and shouldn't 'bother you' because it isn't meant to be taken seriously.
Black Lives Matter however bothers me because black people think that their lives matter even though they're all too stupid to work and have too much ape instinct in them that forces them to act on emotions rather than logic.
How does /pol/ feel about the Dominican Republic and Dominicans in general?
>Prejudice against blacks
>Mostly Christian society
>Whites/Near whites are encounter success
>extremely corrupt government
>Ask a climate change denier what evidence would change their mind
All those race war memes were just shitposting in our safespace. You never really intended to join the race war and you'd shit yourself if one ever eventuated.
Does every concept known to man fall under the category of redpilled or blue pilled? I feel like there are many things that are neither, but I may just be brainwashed.
Why do Americans fall for this shit? Why do we have such low standards in quality?
This is an actual fucking thing here and I can't believe it. Every retailer has these. If you look at the raw materials it takes to make these it's probably a dollar total.
Why doesn't your country have red pilled rap?
She's right you know.. #FreeDeray
>conspiring to commit treason is protected by the first amendment
Is this supposed to be a joke? This has to be a fucking joke.
How do I become a politician, /pol/? I'm moving from Michigan to Kentucky this year to start a new life. People in KY seems to be redpilled and aware of the crisis we're having in this country. I'd like to represent my community and shield it from the disease that is liberalism.
So where do i start, /pol/?
> White male
> Well educated
Start locally, unless you plan on becoming a entrepreneur/lawyer/doctor/prosecutor/etc then you want to start with something like city council. To be honest local elections have been the easiest for me to win, I've managed campaigns with me and 1 other person , the whole thing cost maybe 20 grand, and it was a mayors race for a town of a couple thousand.
If you're going to run, start to get your name out in the community, do charity, be involved in city politics, find out what issues are important to people and fit those into your platform
You can only post in this thread if your country is over 90% white.
Fuck off Ameriblacks
my state is over 90% white, and yes that counts ya koala fucker
I want to get comfy and watch a red-pilled documentary. Any recommendations?
I don't know about redpilled, but Morgan Freeman's "Through the Wormhole" is really cool. I watched it when I was younger and it truly inspired me. It might be a little pop science, but it's cool.
What's the endgame, /pol/?
who fucking knows finbro, Im just trying live life, my father has had some nightmares lately about vietnam, keeping me up at night and Im still living home at 23 trying to finish my internship and hopefully land a job. All my neighbors have left and gone away and I miss them. Ill never see them again, fuck, why does life do this?