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NOTE: A lot of interesting points and discussions were made. We will do a follow-up in the future on this topic.


This Weeks Discussion Theme: Based Friends IRL

This weekly is on making friends and fostering based friendships IRL. For this discussion “based friend” simply means a good friend you don’t have to hide your power level around. Making friends may come naturally to some of us Kings. And for some making friends let alone based friends may be challenging. Regardless this weekly is for you to offer kingly advice and improve.

Discussion ideas:

  • Offer advice on making friends. “How to win [based] friends and influence people”?

  • What are some signs or ways to tell if someone is based / shares your opinions?

  • Ever lose/make a friend after they discovered you are based? What went right, what went wrong, what did you learn?


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muh_products 41 points ago +44 / -3

I always try to hide my power level, only usually start spouting things after a few drinks. Especially at work, never show your power level in an office environment. Despite people telling me I'm quite social, I don't know about making friends, I talk to the same people I did when I was in school and higher education.

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TheClintonHitman 18 points ago +18 / -0

Having good social skills and having the desire to entangle yourself in the lives of normies are two very different things

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TheClintonHitman 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yea same rn. I’ve stopped hanging out with a lot of friends recently since all they ever do is drink and get crazy. I’m kinda lonely but that’s only because I live far away from my girlfriend. My best relationships have always been family. I have a large Catholic family and a few freinds from childhood I still talk to. Other than that I’m pretty hermitish rn

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TheClintonHitman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yea having a GF really doesn’t help when they’re all chasing skanks too. But I’m glad I have her and can’t relate to these desires

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Call_Me_Kaiser 5 points ago +5 / -0

Meeting new people is fun so long as they actually act like people

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Call_Me_Kaiser 5 points ago +5 / -0

You'd be surprised at how easy it is to drop people and move on

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Captain_Raamsley 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same. Extremely high openess, low desire (or more accurately, motivation/impetus) to enter into normie style life.

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ImperialTeddy 8 points ago +8 / -0

I had to leave behind my high school friends. They all got jabbed or became fags in the past year.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD -1 points ago +1 / -2

“Hide my power level”

lmao you mean hiding anonymously on the internet while the world burns? It’s funny how you guys shit talk TD. At least not everyone there is afraid to be honest irl. You guys go shill for corporations 40+ hours a week and think you’re some badass because you say slurs on the internet. That’s beta Nice Guy shit. Get a grip.

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Mentok_The_Mindtaker 31 points ago +31 / -0

Sadly, only a dog will show you true loyalty and unconditionally love.

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BidenLikesMiners 6 points ago +12 / -6

This is not true, in that doggos ARE that, but like a garden, friendships will take time and learning, and patience, and are usually a waste of time if you are looking for the bast because many normies spend all their time on social media and dont know what being a friend is, past liking posts or retweeting something on facebook. anticoom can be better than the general public, atm.

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MGTAU 39 points ago +39 / -0

Stop saying doggos. Why does everyone infantilize their speech. Doggos, bork, floofers... stfu and be an adult. You aren't six years old. You aren't a soy person.

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nimbullnavigator 11 points ago +11 / -0

Or maybe he is

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BatMitzvahAtEpsteins -3 points ago +1 / -4

language evolves

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zzbg 12 points ago +13 / -1

Saying doggo makes you sound like a retarded faggot.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

You aren’t six years old

Also

uR a RETArDeD fAgGoT!!!!!!

Cant have it both ways, champ. Get a better vocabulary and you won’t have to screech insults that got played out in the 90s at people to make your points.

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zzbg 2 points ago +2 / -0

handshake

td transplant

out of nowhere screeching abou things nobody cares about

defending infantilization for god knows what reason

being so stupid you dont realize that the guy who said the thing about (presumably) you sounding like a six year old and myself are different accounts

I smell a sock account.

I dont even know how you make that error. Our names are nothing alike and I have a rather large flair that he lacks.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Every one of you losers uses “shill” as your one and only argument because you can’t dispute anything I say. Congrats, you losers banned me, and I have a little handshake by my name. Checkmate!

You realize how stupid you guys sound condemning people for talking like a 6 year old and proceeding to call them rETarDeD fAgGoT?

You have no sense of irony at all. It’s embarrassing. You guys might actually be useful people if you grew up and stopped behaving like a bunch of petulant little brats and learned to speak like sophisticated adults. But that’s too much for you.

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zzbg 1 point ago +1 / -0

I literally did not say you sounded like a six year old you absolute brainlet, that was an entirely different entity. Faggot is up in the air, but retarded is being pretty solidly reinforced.

Who needs to dispute anything you say? You arent saying anything! You didnt have a statement, or a point or policy: you necro'd a thread to bitch and whine at the wrong guy about a different user comparing you or someone you appear to closely align with on the Doggo Question to a six year old.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

You tacitly agreed with the comment.

Here’s my point: you need a better argument than “retarded faggot.” That’s all any of you have.

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sn33d 29 points ago +31 / -2

I lost a friend after I told him the Holohoax was a load of crap. Gave him all kinds of sources and he still wasn't buying it even rejecting a Wikipedia article as complete bullshit. Later I found that he believed in AnCap which explained why he was so retarded.

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zzbg 5 points ago +5 / -0

later I found that he believed in AnCap which explained why he was so retarded

lol based

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ImperialTeddy 2 points ago +2 / -0

But... but... but... the non-aggression principle!!!

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antiniggerthesis 2 points ago +2 / -0

*immediately kills unborn child in judeo-satanic ritual*

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Roley 1 point ago +1 / -0

Which Wikipedia article? Surprised he didn’t eat that shit up.

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sn33d 3 points ago +3 / -0

This one: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werner_Goldberg

He couldn't fathom it and his worldview started to crumble.

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coyim_shiller 25 points ago +25 / -0

masculine but non-political communties seem to be the best place to find anyone based, if your trying to make friends

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MGTAU 30 points ago +30 / -0

In the USA they are usually inhabited by zogbots. Most conservatives and religious people have been so brainwashed to love Israel its weird.

I'm not even a Israel hater but the insane lengths of loyalty to a foreign state and other religion is so strange. It's like a crime to not want to give Israel billions to these people.

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Vigo 18 points ago +18 / -0

I'm not even a Israel hater

Give it a few weeks and you'll be. That'll make the cult around it even more unbearable.

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MGTAU 10 points ago +10 / -0

I care about Israel as much as I care about the Congo. Aka I don't. It's their country, they can fight for it if they want. Just not with my money or people.

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NachtAffen 10 points ago +10 / -0

Our eugenicist overlords are zog tho it's not even just in the past..they control the food and the media and the medicine and the government

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Removmudrace 3 points ago +3 / -0

it’s their country

just don’t use my money

That’s why it’s illegitimate. They’ve received tribute since it’s inception. They didn’t carve out a nation from the soil with their own blood, sweat, and tears... unless you consider crying over a hoax for victimbux legitimate tears.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

To provide add'l context, the US pays more money to Isarel and Egypt for just one peace treaty, than all other countries combined.

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hello-mayo 6 points ago +6 / -0

True. Conservatives were brainwashed into being nigger- and kikelovers.

Those people really have no self-preservation at all, except when it comes to muh lolbertarianism.

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BatMitzvahAtEpsteins -1 points ago +1 / -2

Christianity is the biggest jewish psyop in history

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Pelides 10 points ago +10 / -0

Do you have recommendations? I have recently moved and am re-starting friend making.

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nimbullnavigator 6 points ago +6 / -0

BJJ gym

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

What’s BJJ?

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nimbullnavigator 3 points ago +3 / -0

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nice!

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zzbg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Craftsmen associations.

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SomeWhiteGuy 21 points ago +22 / -1

Never hide your power level and you'll realize most people agree with you

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systemthrowaway 42 points ago +42 / -0

This definitely depends on where you live.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD -1 points ago +1 / -2

Not really. Have a one on one conversation with anyone and walk through the George Floyd bs with them. If you’re intelligent you will be able to show them they are objectively wrong and blow their minds. The problem is most of you are social retards and you expect a group of 10+ leftists to automatically agree with you when you show them a Fentanyl Floyd meme. You don’t even try to persuade people bc you’re scared of the retaliation, so you resort to childish humor.

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skuda 16 points ago +16 / -0

Everyone at the unemployment office will agree with you.

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SomeWhiteGuy 7 points ago +7 / -0

Haven't gotten fired yet lol and I don't go around just telling everyone my thoughts but if someone asks my opinion I'm always honest

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zzbg 4 points ago +4 / -0

Pretty much this. You generally have to filter out slurs or very rarely just take no opinion, but unless you work at a REALLY shit place just being a normal guy nobody really will care.

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FatLoserModsRuinedTD -1 points ago +1 / -2

Start your own business or learn to invest you cowardly beta

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Call_Me_Kaiser 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nah I've tried that people don't, its easier to find friends that way but it also makes finding enemies easier too

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drjillsusedscrunchie 19 points ago +21 / -2

I have few friends, but they're all based including my daughters godparents. I've been asked in real life how to make friends, because I do it easily. Here's how:

Be correct, a lot. Don't have opinions based on feelings, have facts. Be confident. Be polite and humble. Try to find common ground and seem relatable. Be funny, have a few good jokes. Accept people for who they are, do not try to change them. Do not expect them to change. If you ask them to change offer to help or change with them, and only for their benefit, not because you don't like something about them. People don't forgive anger easily. They'll forgive almost anything else socially, but anger really scares people, especially women.

As for how to find based people: Look for people with stable parents, especially the combination of dad being based af, and mom being domestic, or at least not a career woman. Still married a huge plus. Don't judge a book by its cover- appearance doesn't always dictate someone's power level. Office/Tax payer funded jobs have the highest level of cuckoldry. Look for people who actually have to physically produce something to make a living. Don't mention the holocaust being a hoax, boil the frog with other truths. That being said, my wife announced she was right wing on our first date.

Intentionally came out the other day to expose some traitors, otherwise I only keep contact with people who accept me for who I am. Anyone who hates you only for your beliefs is no friend, and it's better to be alone.

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InversionAgenda 13 points ago +13 / -0

People don't forgive anger easily. They'll forgive almost anything else socially, but anger really scares people, especially women.

Yes. I have bouts of anger issues and even after some time passed of controlling myself, people still dislike me. Anger eats you up inside and everybody around you. Dunno why the downvotes, your advice is spot-on.

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Half_alive 20 points ago +20 / -0

There’s an important difference between anger and rage.

I got angry yesterday because we visited the church my sister attends for my nephew’s baby dedication and the female pastor, on stage, basically said it’s okay to be gay or trans in the church. I’d heard her drop some real doozies before about political bullshit like pandering to BLM, but this was over the line and I would have stood up and walked out right there if I wasn’t there for a more important reason.

On the drive home with my wife I vented that anger and told her we would never belong to a church that accepts degenerates “as they are” without a strong ultimatum to change their ways. I showed my wife that this was a hill I was willing to die on because I would rather die or be locked in prison than allow our children to be devoured by these demonic forces. That was righteous anger, and my wife respects me more for it.

Rage is what you need to watch out for. Rage is lashing out and losing control. That’s what scares people

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SFAM1A 21 points ago +21 / -0

female pastor

Well that oughtta tell you just about everything you need to know right there

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Half_alive 11 points ago +11 / -0

Yup

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InversionAgenda 7 points ago +7 / -0

I did not say that anger in general is bad, but having feelings of anger all the time or rage fits are not good for you. Rage is more spontaneous and intense, but I don't differentiate these two. Righteous anger is good, but I wasn't talking about that.

Also, "female pastor" is an oxymoron. Stop visiting demonic fake "churches" and search for the nearest FSSPX parish. Try to get your sister and her family along or they'll await hell not only in the afterlife, but on earth also.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'll say this- a woman Lutheran pastor, with a congregation of 50, tended to my dying grandfather for over a week until he passed. She visited him every day, making a two hour drive to his hospital room. She officiated at his funeral and said very wonderful, comforting things, even tho most Lutheran pastors are good at this. I attended the church for years with various pastors, and my Grandfather would have left the church at the very first mention of accepting faggotry, so she wasn't some SanFran lesbo. My grandfather was darkest person there and he was 98% white (native American otherwise).

I don't think this one example negates the general rule of not having female leadership (i upvoted you and there was also a male pastor at the church as well). I only want to mention that it is possible for a woman to serve the lord, without being diabolical.

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InversionAgenda 7 points ago +7 / -0

The fact that a woman has to take the role of a priest or deacon is a testament to the failure and indifference of men. Kudos that she is doing her job properly, but nonetheless a woman ought to be prohibited from such a position in the first place. I know Protestant congregations have their allure, but I advise you to delve into the proper worhsip of God in form of the Tradition Latin Mass or, to a lesser but still legitmate extent, Divine Liturgy. When you go there for a couple of months it is impossible to go back to anything lesser.

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Blursed2021 4 points ago +4 / -0

A service being in Latin has no meaning to me when the organization doing it is bringing thousands of third world illiterates into my country.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

+10, I watched in real time as someone turned into a globohomo after converting. I fight a lot of the Catholics (not orthodox) on this board because of it.

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InversionAgenda 0 points ago +1 / -1

False history, information and dogma on your side. You do a disservice of worshipping your precious white race that is about to kill itself voluntarily.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

You're right, and I felt bad for her family during that time. Even when women do the job correctly, the family still suffers. I abhor most other "protestants".

I unfortunately live in a rural area, hours, if not days, from any church like that. The only catholic church near me is entirely in Spanish. There aren't even any Lutheran churches near me, so you know they aren't getting my tithes either. I have my Bible and a worship book.

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InversionAgenda 5 points ago +5 / -0

What a shame. I hope the circumstances change to your advantage. Personal worship is still a potent and glorifying way of worshipping God. If you cannot be catechized by a priest or layman, you can do it on your own accord. This is how I did it before I gave my local parish a visit. Learn some prayers, especially the Rosary. It may be odd to recite it as a Protestant, but when you know the importance of the Virgin Mary and the Saints, it will come more natural than expected.

In any case, God bless you.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where do you find these places? It’s not like there’s churches all over the place offering this. I tried searching before for a sedecavist church around me because that should be based as all hell and there is absolutely nothing.

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InversionAgenda 1 point ago +1 / -0

Takes a little research what your local area provides. You have to know what you're looking for. You are a staunch conservative Christian with no compromize? Likely that the church does not advertise itself. I found a conservative Baptist church three years ago that divided the chairs by sex. All women and girls on the right, all men and boys on the left, all married women wore a veil, all unmarried girls had their hair braided. I staid there for a while because it was exactly what I was looking for.

Then I didn't go for other reasons, then my understanding of theology changed and I went to the local FSSPX (Priestly Brotherhood of St. Pius X), a Catholic group that exclusively celebrates Mass as it used to pre-Vatican II. They are similar but not as strict as the Baptist church I used to visit. Officially they are not sedevacantists, but there are some that adhere to that viewpoint.

In which country do you live? Depending where, it may be that the FSSPX is underrepresented or non-existent in your country.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +3 / -1

This is what I want the takeaway from my original comment to be. I hate when someone thinks an exception disproves the rule, since usually it proves instead. But women aren't worthless, quite the opposite. I manage a lot of locations for a large company where my hiring pool isn't the best. I hate hiring young men most of the time, unless they've been to jail, cuz otherwise they're messy and lazy. I only hire them to do heavy lifting and keep the hen house straight. Women are faster, cleaner, and usually need a job to support some kids, so they aren't as likely to quit on you as the post high school stoners are. Yeah, I know a lot of mgtow refugees don't want to hear it, but this is the real world for ya.

Devotion from a woman towards her family is one of the purest forms of love. But this is also why Women are not aggressive enough to be leaders. I have female employees, because I am the man that babysits them. Men easily make decisions that both emotionally and physically hurt women to make. We see the big picture, the ultimate goal, where women get caught up on little details, which is important, but not for a leader.

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

What is FSSPX?

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drjillsusedscrunchie 6 points ago +6 / -0

Let me guess, a Lutheran church? It's all so tiresome.

Maybe u/rightsidefunding is onto something with his religious beliefs

You're correct about the difference between anger and rage, but you underestimate how weak the people I'm dealing with are. One of them tried to put a mask on my toddler.

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RightSideFunding 6 points ago +6 / -0

The best thing about Religion is the community,.. so, in my opinion .. it is better the choose the people ahead of the sect.. However, oftentimes the type of people will also mirror the doctrine, so you can choose both without much difficulty.

The thing that has destroyed religion the most is the Non Profit status, and the Profit motive.

It would be easier to trust pastors that worked as volunteers, or maybe only their simple needs were cared for, if the service is a full-time job. No fancy churches, and jets, and all of that which goes with the profit motive.

However.. once the Leftist rot starts, it is almost impossible to reverse.

Just look at what has happened to the Mormons.. They were at one time one of the leading voices for White Supremacy in the US, and they also had very strong Birth rates. They have dropped the White Part almost completely, and I would not be surprised if they are more expecting of Faggots and trannies in the near future.. I only use them since they are historically the most Conservative, I think. The original Mormon Church does still exist in the form of FLDS.. However, they have taken the matter of Polygamy too far.

I guess what I am saying is that we should view modern religion for what it is. A social gathering, and a type of white pill service. One does not need the religion itself to follow God, but it helps.. and it is helpful to uphold Civilisation as well.

One other thing, my opinion regarding Christendom.. There is too much emphasis placed on Faith, alone.. and not enough on Natural Law. God is the creator of Nature, above and below. Nature is Rude, and it swiftly Rebukes, the Vedantist may call this Rebuke Karma, or Emerson would call it compensation.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah, this more accurately reflects my spiritual beliefs, rather than organized Lutheranism. Even as a Lutheran, I have more in common culturally with Mormons more than other Christians, even some other Lutherans sects. My faith is cultural- I am ethnically half German, and lack any label to adequately describe my beliefs.

I would say this is true as well. I'm tired of the fallacy that faith means belief in God in only. Faith means believing that there is a natural order to things, and that's why you do things a certain way. So being "saved by faith alone" only means that you can't try to cheat your way into being a righteous person.

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RightSideFunding 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, that's right. And the way to overcome attachment to the unnatural, we should Sacrifice all of our Work to God, upon its Completion, and the Fruit does not belong to us.

This is referred to as Inaction in Action.. It is the Highest Yoga. That and the Acknowledgment that there is only God, but that comes later.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thy will be done. Become a vehicle for light to act through - the battle is the goal - there is no goal, only righteous or unrighteousness action.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m with you on the Mormons as a community being based af. However, such a shame that their leadership went full blown vaccinations and masks. Their members can’t even claim religious exemption now.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's sad to see, but at least former Mormons still retain their culture but have left all the weird stuff behind. Mormons born into Mormonism are much more humble than those that convert. That being said, I think the state of Utah is the patron Saint of this .win.

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Removmudrace 2 points ago +2 / -0

Scripture is natural law.That people don’t follow Scripture or try to make it fit their worldview while calling themselves Christian is both disingenuous and arrogant. They aren’t Christian. They’re larpers. The crypto-kike knows this, yet the White man still goes along with this facade 600 years later. There’s no good reason to apply the label to them when they don’t fit the definition.

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PepesCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’m with u/rightsidefunding and I encourage everyone to read this:

https://montalk.net/gnosis/172/gnosis-intro

I basically consider myself a Gnostic now. In before those bashing me as a “heretic” - I take it as a compliment, and refuse to hide my power level.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'll fight any Cathbros, mostly because I enjoy it lol

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drjillsusedscrunchie 1 point ago +1 / -0

We can team up to Crusade, and deal with papal bullshit after

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zzbg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah Gnostics are somehow even less useful for dealing with real-world issues than all the other Christians, which is quite a statement.

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PepesCovfefe -1 points ago +0 / -1

Your view is only partially informed on the way I understand it to be. Certainly some people may adhere to the myopic version you expressed. In reality, the truth is much more nuanced. In short, the creator made the demiurge, which eventually became partially corrupted. This plane exists as a place to perform spiritual battle - to that end, it serves its purpose. If you are interested in reading more, this site offers an elaborate explanation:

https://montalk.net/gnosis/172/gnosis-intro

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RightSideFunding 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had a pretty good friend.. Big Viking Type of brawler.. 6'4" probably 350 LBS, loves to fight.

He is a teddy bear to friends, but boyy.. talk about rage. I mean black rage,.. Shame too, I don't like to hang out with him, because He is the only friend that I have ever feared.

I have known other friends who also like to fight, and who have anger issues.. but with them, I felt that they held a sense of responsibility for their actions, i felt that they could stop their anger before it went too far,.. not for this friend though, I don't trust Him to stop, or feel remorse if he goes into a rage-induced state of unconsciousness.

For some reason I attract these kinds of friends.. always have. I'ver never been a brawler, I have always had better success with Psychological, or Technical forms of revenge.. but, .. you know.

These kinds like me too.. probably because I am not an Alpha, and I don't try to compete with them on that level, and they don't try and compete with me, on my level.

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RightSideFunding 2 points ago +2 / -0

People like this generally love to headbutt things in my experience, I once had a friend headbutt my truck.. though when angry people also drink to excess, there are many more issues.

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes - my two friends also quit drinking.

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s hilarious - my two best friends from childhood are exactly this - I had to stop talking to them in my twenties because it was going to get me into trouble (well, it already had a lot, and I could no longer take the risk from a career perspective etc). I don’t know how old you are - what I can tell you is that my friends matured with age, and we have reconnected now. The fighting (as in them engaging in physical battles whenever we went out lol) is a thing of the past.

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TendieMan 5 points ago +5 / -0

Like Uncle Ted told us, in the Victorian age it was never socially acceptable to be sexual, nowadays it's unacceptable to show anger.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 7 points ago +7 / -0

I heavily identify with Uncle Ted, right down to having your bitch ass sibling turn you in for being correct when everyone else is wrong.

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TendieMan 6 points ago +6 / -0

I identify him because I'm a mathematician becoming disillusioned with society. Obviously I'm not on his level but still.

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zzbg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very similar ngl. I found Ted after it was too late to switch degree paths. I'm going to be an Engineer, but I really relate to the technological disillusionment from someone IN the field.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's probably because in addition to the anger/rage debate (I have adhd and this was advice given to me), it sounds like I'm bragging about making friends easily. I do, but its a coping mechanism from childhood, and I have trouble keeping friends, because I don't tolerate a lot of shitty behavior others will. Which also sounds like bragging, but again, it's a cope. I also distinguish between making casual friends, and friends who are actually supportive in hard times. It might also sound weak that I said not to try to change people, but much like forgiveness, this is for your own peace, rather than theirs. If you accept someone for who they are, you'll never be disappointed, and it's better to let someone change themselves by being inspired by external forces, rather than forcing them like a woman would.

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PepesCovfefe 6 points ago +6 / -0

I genuinely cracked up out loud when I read “don’t mention the Holocaust being a hoax” 😂🤣

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drjillsusedscrunchie 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wooden doors, Tone. 🤌🪵

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lmao love the emoji

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hog_hunter 14 points ago +14 / -0

I have one good, close friend. I met him at work, but now we hang out often, our families go to church together, and he was going to be my best man until my wedding got canceled due to (((covid))).

I have some other friends my age, but they're boomer-tier neocons. I'm making progress on Redpilling them.

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GeorgeFentanylFloyd 14 points ago +14 / -0

Being an edge lord and mentioning the Jews all the time won’t get you any friends. Meet like minded people but you only discover this over time and when you are close with someone that’s when you can talk about politics

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PepesCovfefe 4 points ago +4 / -0

I can picture people here walking around with a chip on their shoulder bringing up the JQ the first time they hangout with someone 😂

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zzbg 4 points ago +4 / -0

I met one of my best friends BECAUSE I was mentioning the jew all the time so idk about that.

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Smol_Gobbo 13 points ago +14 / -1

I’m always holding back around others. I’m reluctant to unleash my true form, lest I cause trouble for myself.

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cholulaking 12 points ago +12 / -0

TL;DR I've got no fucks left to give.

I show all of my true colors with no hesitation anymore. Losing the first couple of friends really hurt, but when a couple family members stopped speaking to me, I went on the offensive and started cutting people out of my life. There's a lot I could say, but I became hostile toward the left, when leftist social media groups started targeting my girlfriend because she wasn't enforcing mask mandates where she works. People I knew where in that group. That really fucked with my head for a while. Shortly after that, I quit my last job over masks. I had trouble finding a job for months, but it all paid off in the end.

Because my true colors are in plain sight, I don't have to fuck around or play games to make new friends, and I don't waste any time on people who aren't quality friendship material. I can't really put a label on what to look for. Based people are not always what you'd expect them to be.

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ImperialTeddy 8 points ago +8 / -0

The reason why our civilization is dying is because men on the right have been kind and accepting for too long. God bless you.

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Based AF TBH

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Crinkus 12 points ago +12 / -0

Commenting to basically remind people to keep their normie friends at arms length. Before I moved I had a small friend group of people who were intelligent but not based, and sure enough one friend (who later became a tranny) basically sabotaged the friend group and got me excommunicated save for one guy who later apologized, who I am still friends with.

I have a few based friends and to answer the question I think the best way to find out if they are based or not is through humor, make an off-color joke to test the waters and if it backfires play it off and don't joke to that person again. I'll also add that this is absolutely worth it to do at work unless your company is really small because based people literally have different thought patterns from normies. Also the usual answers church gun range men's orgs etc are worthwhile for looking.

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InversionAgenda 11 points ago +11 / -0

I had a friend, I did consider my only true friend I had had, who was on the center-right spectrum and was like the older brother I never had. He was patient, observing and had a great deal of common sense. Obviously, he was not from the West but Central Asia. After one year of friendship, he moved in with a girl he met through instagram. That girl hated my guts but showed it more openly the more their relationship progressed. After two years, he stabbed me in the back because of the vagina-witch-demon.

There are three things I learned, which I already knew but forgot over time:

  • sex out of wedlock or the wrong woman changes the best man to the worst
  • you can see miles away that you'll be betrayed, but you are in denial about it
  • trust nobody but God
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Vigo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very good and concise points. I've lost a few friends to succubi too. Denial is still a recurring pattern for me, but it gets easier every time.

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InversionAgenda 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes. u/#yes

Unrelated to my story, there is another point that is good for vetting people you shouldn't spend time with:

  • has a strong vice, such as drinking, sleeping around, taking drugs "occasionally", laziness; such people are not integer and don't have a firm character, which makes them dishonest, disloyal and unreliable; bonus for those that have a tattoo, the same applies to them
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TendieMan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good advice. You are the average of the 5 people closest to you.

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Half_alive 11 points ago +11 / -0

Here’s my current process.

• Go to church.

• Make sure the church isn’t lead by faggots or false prophets.

• If it is lead by faggots, find another church. You cannot fix the damage that is already done.

• Repeat until you find a based church.

• Join a small group and make based friends.

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Vigo 10 points ago +10 / -0

My nominally based friend jabbed himself behind my back. But wait, he tried to find an excuse: "I had to, in order to play sports"... I'll just never get it. The only person they've hurt is themselves. Why do they feel the need to explain things to me of all people? As if it saved them from the effects of the vax.

Needless to say, I no longer talk to him about anything political, not that he wants to. I've learned to never associate myself with degenerates, even if they seem "based" and "nationalistic". These hooligans are the worst kind of cucks, the ones that bark, but never bite, then gladly slave away their lives to the ZOG. Beware of false friends, as you absolutely don't want them on your side when SHTF.

Making new friends is difficult however. I'm too autistic for ordinary normies, but I'm working on finding some new hobbies to make it easier. I think filtering can help a lot to anyone. Religion, healthy lifestyle, guns, sports, they all give a good common ground to find like-minded people. Talking to random strangers from work or school feels like a numbers' game with poor results.

As for the topic on redpilling: optics really helps in my experience. Not the "4D cHeSs", kneebending kind. Being articulate, well-read, fit (at least not fat), fun, and most importantly, patient. I never try to shove them into the cold water, but rather try to make them curious and ask questions. Various sarcastic responses can be made on topics such as Holocaust, the jab or the election fraud to quickly gauge their responsiveness. Get used to rejection, doublethink and circular logic however. It's still worth it, for planting that seed. If they come back for more, you've won. If they snub you, their loss, never forget.

In a similar way, whenever I see someone post or say something that could be interpreted as anti-semitic / racist, I throw them a ball and see if they catch. At this point, I think most based people are desperate for new friendships and won't hesitate much to respond. Random "oy veys" and "shut it downs" can lighten up the mood in that case. At worst they don't get it and we move on. If they get offended, you should be grateful you won't have to waste your time anymore. Again, get used to silence or puzzled looks and don't make a big deal out of it.

I find it important however, that not all of your friends have to be "redpilled". Some people are just illiterate, but kindhearted normies and that's that. I still maintain contact with many of them, as I love them for various other reasons. If you can make them respect you, you can make them understand your viewpoints better. Still, having similar-minded friends at hand is essential for one's health, I believe. Always redpilling and faking can get tiresome to all.

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TwoPlusTwoEqualsFour 5 points ago +5 / -0

Making new friends is difficult however. I'm too autistic for ordinary normies, but I'm working on finding some new hobbies to make it easier.

This conjured images of kite flying and the people who enjoy it. It has an autism to it for sure. https://youtu.be/BRwtyCUnypg

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TheBubbleBursts 9 points ago +9 / -0

If you have a highly controversial stance on a particular issue, and you don't want to potentially alienate those around you, I recommend coming out slowly. Start off noncontraversial.

For example, suppose you have a take on the Holocaust most would find offensive. When the opportunity arises, say you dislike people profiting from the holocaust, a sentiment almost everybody agrees with. Recommend The Holocaust Industry by Norman Finkelstein and see where it goes from there.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lmao

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MGTAU 8 points ago +8 / -0

I don't have any super based friends. Most somewhat based guys are still shying away from addressing issues and act like a bunch of libertarians and doomers.

Sad day.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good strategy!

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TendieMan 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have no clue where to meet based people. My friends know I'm not leftist but they don't know the extent of my power level.

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Captain_Raamsley 7 points ago +7 / -0

How to win [based] friends and influence people”

Stand strong and be resolute and honest with your beliefs, ALWAYS. In my Sophomore and junior year of highschool I took up a speech and debate class. I came to hate the style of debate which was presented as "correct" or "appropriate", but stuck with it. I'd frequently make my radically conservative ideals and beliefs clear to everyone in class (at appropriate times of course, I wasn't obnoxious), including but not limited to;

Women shouldn't vote, women shouldn't work or be in the military/police/fire fighting brigade, no restrictions on guns, no abortion under almost any circumstances, freedom of (based) speech, Stalin was way worse than Hitler, no sex before marriage, and of course Christ's Divinity, and a thousand more things.

I was frequently called a Nazi (which I have now become), a bigot, a Communist, an idiot, a sexist (which I would just agree with, because I was sexist then), a racist (I wasn't then but am now) and all manner of things under the sun. But I stayed strong and stayed my feet, was always kind, honest and respectful.

And guess what? At the end of the Junior year, EVERY SINGLE PERSON in that class wrote wonderful compliments about me, that they ENJOYED my presence in the class and my "bravery" in voicing my opinion when the time came no matter the crowd infront of me, that "although we disagree" on many things, they started to see things from more than one perspective because of me. These were the biggest recurring themes in 100% of people's notes to me.

Honestly, one of my most cherished memories is when my mother picked up that year book on the last day of school and flipped to the pages with those notes and read them to me out loud and with great pride, before I even saw them.

Never forget that YOU IMPACT PEOPLE, and not only that, but if you're here reading this and not a sheep, then I'd reckon you have far more potential to change and impact people than you'd ever imagine.

I didn't make any new based friends, I was far too radical for that, but I'll be damned, if I didn't make 100 friendly neo-liberal acquaintances with new and improved critical thinking, then no one ever will.

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

“(Which I now am)”

I died laughing.

I can’t believe they would even let you express those opinions in a school setting!

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TendieMan 2 points ago +2 / -0

I like to be pretending to play devil's advocate to others when I actually believe what I'm saying.

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Captain_Raamsley 1 point ago +1 / -0

What are they gonna do,.ban me from debating for being based? Lol

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crash7863 7 points ago +7 / -0

I make friends pretty easily. I'm just polite. I usually get the big stuff out of the way though. I will non stop bitch about covid. The people that bitch with me are the good ones. "This mask shit is so fucking gay." All you do is wait for the next guy who says "Fuck yea it is!"

I've been working with this hillbilly for a week now. It's so fucking fun working with him. The best part is I know he basically believes what I believe. I'm not going to go into JQ at work though. I have before, but that was with a friend and we had been talking about conspiracy theory shit all morning.

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Dahnald2020 7 points ago +7 / -0

I do not reveal the full extent of my power level. I have different hobbies and encounter many different people. Generally I am conflict-averse and don't really care to argue with anyone about anything. The majority of people do not wish to understand anything, they just want to be part of the morally superior globohomo majority.

I usually test the waters using the establishment politicians. If they are unable to produce anything from their brains besides MUH REPUBLICAN DEATH CULT, then they are a lost cause.

If anyone questions the extent of the (((coof restrictions))), then we can usually talk.

If anyone has any kind of reservation about MSM sources, we can usually talk.

These days I usually keep people at arms length. The US is in a very fragile state right now and the people most likely to betray you are the people closest to you.

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PepesCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Playing defense and being aware of the overwhelming risk that exists now that you mentioned is very important.

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Emacs 5 points ago +5 / -0

I don't really have any friends right now. All of my cool friends have moved away for school and we'd never really developed a good relationship online so it's just not natural to text each other. Over the years I've gone from having a good friend group, along with being friendly with many more, to having no friends for a period then to having a few (now I'm back at none).

On one hand I definitely think having friends is important, it develops you a lot. But on the other hand, not having friends, temporarily, offers a good perspective on things. I've had the most personal growth in times of being alone.

Another observation I've made is that being alone does not equal being lonely. I've gone multiple years of my life having what amounts to no friends where I felt lonely but now that I have no friends again I don't feel lonely. Developing a firm stance on reality, ultimate reality found in the person of Jesus Christ for example, is necessary to being healthy spiritually and mentally.

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zzbg 5 points ago +5 / -0

How to win based friends? Dont be a faggot, dont pretend to be something your not. If you havent vetted someone yet, just dont talk about politics. Eventually they will either say something or youll just know. Its not like faggots hide easily.

Youll just know.

Lose friends no, cast them aside yes. I cant NOT be a national socialist, and certain groups which I befriended before I was Awake are racial enemies and must be put aside. Ive not completely finished, because I do have some white friends who I dont live near that are apolitical and are huge coomers- I try to save them, but I think if they havent changed this year thats it.

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AlmostBased 5 points ago +5 / -0

I make friends by going to places I enjoy. I go to my favorite fishing spot often enough that most people know my name.

Don't make friends expecting to get close because you are going to be disappointed. Not every friend you make is your holohoax vent machine. Get the most benefit out of people while investing the least energy rather than investing a lot and making them hate you. Don't try to change other people just so you can like them, it won't work most of the time

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DmMe 5 points ago +5 / -0

I have one of the most baste friends ever. One time I walked into my living room during a sort of function and he was basically standing in front of a group of sitting baby boomers waving his arms and naming the jews. Pretty sure he also went down a list of based things that happened in Nat'l Soc Germany such as the loan credits against mortgages for mothers having children. Those boomers all still talk to him and didn't pull even one tenth of a reddit.

I have heard him name the jews multiple times in front of multiple people fearlessly, as well as at work, where he does not get fired. He shits on anyone who tries to make him wear a mask. At least once he shat so far down the throat of down a mask karen that I could only cower from his power level.

He is a poster here and you guys regularly upleddit him to the front page. He is just super based and a good friend, and has a good haircut.

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SeproDep 4 points ago +4 / -0

Friends? I'm homeschooled and I don't go outside.

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LilyVargas 4 points ago +4 / -0

Home-schooling (or more correctly, I was "un-schooled") crippled me socially.

I vowed to do better for my children, I made normie friends with babies and then as soon as my first started showing interest in other kids lockdowns started and it all fell apart. The normies are all super paranoid about the virus and don't want to meet anymore... but sending their kids to daycare is fine.

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Blursed2021 3 points ago +4 / -1

Why vote and make suggestions if they're going to be ignored?

Also, there's going to be some high level autism on display here.

Edit: yes indeed, "muh power level"

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happybillmoney [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

what do you mean?

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Blursed2021 0 points ago +1 / -1

I suggested genealogy when the suggestion poll first opened, I see it has four votes now, but it's never on the next week poll.

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happybillmoney [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh I see. Those are suggestions and may not be used just because they are suggested.

I don’t know how I could turn genealogy into a weekly. Please elaborate on what you mean by it. How would it make a good weekly in terms of discussion or self improvement?

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Blursed2021 0 points ago +1 / -1

Why give the illusion of choice, if it can just be done away if you don't know how to use the topic? Genealogy is the research of our human ancestry. It's a discussion and a source of self improvement as it let's you know what your roots are.

"this weekly is on genealogical research. For this discussion it's all about sharing techniques and methods of delving into your family history. Historical research may come naturally to some of us Kings, but some of us are lost beyond ctrl-f. There's also stories to be shared, such as that kooky old aunt who said we are royalty (turns out she was right) or your mom saying we have cherokee blood (not a drop).

Discussion ideas:

*your favorite means of research--is it the old standby of ancestry.com? Mormon websites? Historical documents from family?

  • what has surprised you in your own research?

  • interesting or unusual ancestors"

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happybillmoney [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1
  1. A suggestion from a open response form to us doesn’t me we must do it.

  2. Didn’t have to write the weekly lol I now see where you are coming from with the topic idea. I’ll add it.

  3. In the future be more descriptive with your suggestions. Can’t mind read you goober.

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Blursed2021 0 points ago +1 / -1

You didn't know what I meant by genealogy but I didn't need to write out a paragraph explaining what it is, and that makes me a goober? Genealogy is a perfectly descriptive term, but I guess I need to mind read that I'm dealing with illiterates.

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happybillmoney [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

My dude chill. Genie come out of bottle.

Knew what it meant. Couldn’t think of a way to make it a weekly. So thanks.

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HingusTheBungus 3 points ago +3 / -0

My roommates already know I talk shit about Jews. But they're mostly cool with it.

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Captain_Raamsley 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ever lose/make a friend after they discovered you are based? What went right, what went wrong, what did you learn?

I don't think this has ever happened to me. I'm very selective of who becomes my friend and more importantly, gains my trust with personal stuff.

Perhaps this has never happened because I automatically repel people with my intellectual/belief honestly until they are able to get accustomed to it and thus become a friend?

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ImperialTeddy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was too open in high school and, as soon as word got around that I voted for Trump in 2020, all those old high school friends started to cut me off. Ultimately having these friends was a net waste of time. I like your strategy much more.

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SnakePlisken1776 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had two groups of friends, masculine and hipster. All the men remained friends after the 2016 election. The vegetarian hipster, half fags, told me to fuck off and went super left. The COVID hoax has caused my few remaining friends “the men” to become total faggots. They are shifting left, and getting vaxed, just acting like cowards and I don’t want to hangout with them because they say uncharacteristically cowardly things, like it’s just a mask if wearing it makes people feel safe I’ll wear it and pulling out of Afghanistan was Trumps plan.

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DEPORT_DOOMERS 3 points ago +3 / -0

You have to ask questions because the average person likes to talk about themselves, especially boomers. If you’re young and it’s other young people just read the room, see what everyone else is talking about and relate to that. If you’re clever make sarcastic clever witty jokes because those are simple and everyone likes them. The biggest thing is if you’re shy you’re going to have these ideas of what to say in your head but you won’t say it, the biggest thing is SAY IT. Even if you fail it will bolster your confidence to do it again. As long as you contribute to a conversation people will get along with you, just don’t be shy and weird.

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Captain_Raamsley 3 points ago +3 / -0

What are some signs or ways to tell if someone is based / shares your opinions?

I think the single most efficient, or easiest way to find based people is to start with Christ. if the person you talk to is a Christian or claim to be one then there are certain Based Christian values that they cannot simply pick and choose, but rather must accept them all, and with only a little bit of study, you can utterly BTFO their fallacious programmed thinking in a 20 minute timespan.

Once they realize that their sanitized version of Christianity wasn't righteous at all, but in fact heretical and demonic/destructive, they have no choice but to choose between eternal life with our Creator or eternal damnation with those who hate Him and him.

If they choose eternal damnation, then they either never believed in the first place, or they're a damned retarded fool that we wouldn't want on our side under any circumstances anyways.

If they aren't a Christian or don't claim to be, then starting with Christ and Christian values is still equally as effective. Besides, the based religious beliefs and social morals must come first before the racial morals (sadly).

Later on you can tell these people how you believe God literally made the races differently (which is what I unironically believe. Yeah, Creationist Racism, unfathomably BASED).

Use real and hardcore sources and statistics such as the FBI crime statistics, societal fiscal impact stats, The Bell Curve etc., along with generally observable stereotypes later down the line. But I'll say DO NOT come from a place of what could be seen as undue hatred of blacks or minorities, but rather display your discontent for bad behavior which they happen to display more of. Pretend as though the "Talented Tenth" exist (if you don't know, Google it) and act positive about that, while still condemning things like race mixing.

Other than that, I'd say go about it however you want. It's just that I think Christianity is the most important redpill, and the racepill second-most (partly because even niggers and Jews can be tamed to an extent with Christ, if you happen to have some nigger/Jew friends for whatever reason lol).

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OGrawsaw 2 points ago +2 / -0

AHAHAHA Imagine that

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tompettyrefugee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I find based people, generally speaking, at church. That is also where I have found my friends, through a group for men of the church.

Also I recently was invited to a gun range and I think gun nuts are based, and I bet you could easily find lots of friends there. Need to get back out there and get more into that.

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dutchgroyper 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don’t trust anyone who doesn’t lift weights. You can say based things all you want but as a man I can’t trust you when shit hits the fan IRL

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree with this.

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lavushly 1 point ago +1 / -0

Before I begin my actual comment, I would like to apologize in advance for my inadequate level of English proficiency. I am not a native speaker of the world's current lingua franca which unfortunately leads to me making numerous embarrassing mistakes being made whenever I attempt to communicate using this language. Whenever I am reminded of how I lack the ability to convey my thoughts in an eloquent manner, I feel as though I have committed a cardinal sin, as though every English teacher in the world is simultaneously shaking their head and sighing due to how utterly disappointed they are at me.

Although I know that saying sorry to those of you who are reading my comment will not change the fact that I fail miserably to write and speak perfect English, I am writing this as a way to deter a certain type of people who cannot stand poor English (Also known informally as Grammar Nazis) from mocking me by posting unwanted and unnecessary comments detailing my every blunder. In my humble opinion, making grammatical errors should be perfectly acceptable as native speakers should not expect non-native speakers to be able to communicate in their second or third languages eloquently. If you are able to completely understand what the other person wrote, is there really a problem with what they've written? No, because the entire concept of communication is the exchange of information between other intelligent beings, which means that no matter how the exchange of information is made, as long as the information is accurately shared there is not a fundamental issue with their ability to communicate. To see it in another way, remember that someone who isn't fluent in English is fluent in another language. When you think about it this way, isn't it impressive for someone to speak a second language in any capacity? Having empathy and respect are qualities that are sorely missing for far too many people these days, especially on the internet.

That being said, I am aware that not all netizens who correct others are doing it to ridicule and shame. There are some who do so with the intent to help others improve and grow. However, displaying the failures of other people publicly will cause the person who is criticized to feel negative emotions such as shame and sadness due to the fact that their mistake has been made obvious which severely undermines the point they were trying to make in spite of their unfamiliarity with the English language. In most circumstances people are not looking for language help when they post anything online. Most people just want to enjoy themselves and have a good time on the internet which is why I would not encourage correcting other people regardless of your intentions. If you really do want to help others with their spelling or grammar, I would highly recommend you to help via messaging privately because not only will you not embarrass anyone, you can also go more in-depth with your explanation which I'm sure the other person will greatly appreciate if they want help, but I digress. I know that I've written a bit of an essay, but I hope I've made my points clear.

Now, the comment in question.

i crack jokes about jews and nobody around me seems to care

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Schizo_Thinker 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just talk to people and listen, see who clicks. If you are afraid of people you will never see through evil. Just gotta find the meat in people.

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happybillmoney [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Noted. Fyi you did comment in the last weekly. I don't maintain a list if that's what you think. It's just the users names from that last weekly unless it's a shoutout of some kind.

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drjillsusedscrunchie 8 points ago +8 / -0

thinking your name isn't already on a list

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PepesCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks u/happybillmoney & mods for this topic. I’ve had a bit of a Andrew Breitbert trajectory, and perhaps some of you guys here can relate. I basically became fully indoctrinated at university in left wing nonsense, mostly because I just wanted to fit in and have friends. The prerequisite classes that the university required were all steeped in postmodernism and condemnation of the west, specifically the US. Skipping a lot of detail for the sake of brevity, I became very ill due to poor diet in 2016. I somehow had stumbled across Stefan Molyneux, and I decided to watch his video “the truth about trump”. At this point I had become sufficiently red pilled enough by reading Creature from Jekyll Island to know Clinton would be a disaster. But I didn’t know what the deal with trump was. Well, the rest is history. I became a YUGE Trump supporter (I have my reservations now about trump, but I still maintain the upset over Clinton was better), and I basically lost all of my friends. I only still talk to 10% of the friends that came to our wedding, and that’s basically because they tolerate me as a “crazy conspiracy theorist alt right wing luny”. I am fortunate to have based parents, wife, friends from childhood I had lost touch with and reconnected with, but none of these people live near me besides my family.

My plan has just been to focus on myself and my hobbies. Lately, I have been making more of an effort to start conversations with strangers who are doing the same hobby (in my case, mountain biking). I also started going to a based church and maybe over time can meet some people there (although I don’t want to just befriend the conservative version of a normie).

It would be greatly to have a group of male friends to banter with that all know what’s going on and are on the same level as me. I have no idea how to make this type of a connection.

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RighteousFury12 1 point ago +1 / -0

All of my friends are cuckservatives that think I’m basically alex Jones

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ImperialTeddy 0 points ago +2 / -2

Anyone who hasn't found based friends in their area, this will hopefully help you.

[email protected]

This is Way of the World's way of connecting people. You contact that email with an anonymous address and describe yourself in some detail, and give your city/state/province. Then, if there's anyone else signed up, he gets you in touch.

This is how I met my first nationalist friend in a leftist town. Now, we're doing cookout/picnic events for white nationalists in our area, lifting regularly, and other community building activities. Last event, we had fifteen people, and it's growing. Let me know if you have questions, and hopefully I can help.

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ImperialTeddy 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm pretty fucking tired of this response. It's not even my email address, Way of the World is a pretty well-known nationalist YouTuber.

People want ways to make change in the real world. Then, when you offer them a way to meet like-minded people, they start freaking out. Anyone that wants to do anything outside of the internet is a fed! Fucking Fed! We can create communities on the internet!

This AmRen writer made friends using NatConnect, just as an example. https://www.amren.com/commentary/2020/02/i-was-liberal-until-i-lived-in-a-los-angeles-barrio-now-im-a-race-realist/

This is the way I made based friends. I've spent the last year with them, and now they are my employer and we have a legitimate pro-white organization. What else am I supposed to suggest, as looking at racist memes for four years did nothing?

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BidenLikesMiners -6 points ago +2 / -8

Making friends is a good, and super easy goal irl, bois. Making BASED friends, especially for those in libshitho UTOPIAS (the 5g signal from cnn has successfully updated my programming) is quite a bit harder. in the age of covid, you cant really count on ANYONE being based. because MOSt have already drunk the coolaid. It might be different for you anticoomers in more purplishplaces politically, but i think one of the only ways to tell the truly based apart is going to be whos in the hosp the next few groups of time for vacc undisclosed effects. But we're going to have to figure out how to help these people understand how much theyve been Utterly FUCKED under this system, and right how they've basically had their lives ruined for the profits of an elite few running these companies, hand in hand with our utter corrupt political class of jobless mother cucks/ joe biden and nancy pelosi are louse -y grifters of the highest order. whatve they ever fucking done to help our nation? even once. but we're going to have to WORK to win these people to our side, and with such, the redpills and amounts of based people will grow exponentially from there - at least as I forsee it. and for touching on the powerlevel posts from u/muh_products without shitting up the thread, luckily in being a complete retard i have no real power to discern of , thus hiding an iq of 0 is not necessary , lmao

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YunoGasai_isBad 13 points ago +13 / -0

This site is no longer a honeypot, it's the whole hive. Try to blend in harder.

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Crinkus 5 points ago +5 / -0

I just joined today, does this place have the same issue VOAT had? I like how this community is at least active and coherent, reminds me of old /r/mde

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