When you argue against game long enough some strange arguments get used against you. Today Eman spoke the truth about game. He linked to this blog so what kind of response did that get? I got accused of (possibly) being an act. That is typical. I have been accused of being the guy behind The Ghost Nation blog or one of his yes men, people who among other things hate MGTOW. Anyone here knows I’m pro-MGTOW more than just about anyone. That’s the level of argument against me. I get accused of being a troll or a sockpuppet of this guy or that guy or some other guy. To me it shows how gamers have no real arugement against my ideas.
None of that compares to this BS that was said against me. It’s from Susan Walsh’s blog. I’m copying the whole thing because as soon as Susan Walsh notices that I have read this insane comment I’m sure she will delete it.
I meant to say incredibly lucky and incredibly unlucky. This man supposedly has women accusing him falsely of sexual harassment on a regular basis yet he’s experienced no real negative impacts due to the accusations. He keeps winning. He’s both incredibly unlucky and incredibly lucky. Doesn’t this sound weird and impossible? There’s no way what he said happened could have happened. It’s impossible.
The only possible way his blog makes sense is if it’s a front for the elite for their depopulation agenda. Ever since I discovered obnoxious ideas like MGTOW I knew that mens rights was created by the elite just like feminism was to divide men and women and depopulate us. That is the only possible purpose of that blog.
The elite are still planning on keeping somewhere between 500 million to 2 billion of us around so they will have enough people to be their serfs. Do you really think that feminism just happened? No, it was a strategy by the elite. Hawaiian Libertarian has spent a lot of time researching this. His blog is good for learning about the elite and their use of feminism as part of their depopulation agenda.
To gamers saying that I’m a “front for the elite for their depopulation agenda” is a legitimate form of argument. Most gamers are conspiracy theorists so mental turds such as this are common place I would guess. What more can I say about this? Disagree with game and you get accused of being part of some sort of conspiracy to commit genocide. This isn’t the first time I have been accused of this. It could be the same person under different names but it really doesn’t matter. One person thinking this way is enough to prove that game turns your brain into mush.
I also have to wonder why Susan Walsh feels so comfortable with conspiracy theory. But there is no reason to expect more from a woman who uses the word creepy on a man which is equivalent to calling a black person, a nigger.