First They Came…

Posted: October 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

First they came for the academics, and I did not speak out – because I was not an academic.

Then they came for the politicians, and I did not speak out – because I was not a politician.

Then they came for the office workers, and I did not speak out – because I was not an office worker.

Then they came for the gamers, and surprisingly that turned out to be a big fucking mistake.

Who would have thought that, out of all of society it would be die hard computer game nerds who drew a line in the sand against the feminists. Thinking about it though it makes sense. One of feminism’s main compliance tactics is the use of shaming. Shaming will only give you leverage if your opponent has something to lose by being shamed. That something is social position. When you’re a bit of an outcast, detached from society, you don’t have much of a position to lose. This is why the mainstream leftist media’s battle cry of, “You’re all misogynists!”, didn’t work on the gamers.

  1. rivsdiary says:

    that’s an interesting theory.

    i also think the two man female instigators/attackers, quinn and sarkesian, there was a lot of documenting proof that they were full of shit, and the gamer community is tight and well informed, so when the two chicks went into victim mode, it pissed off a lot of people because they *knew* that the two chicks were lying — and when they saw the MSM pile on, not do their research, and just take the female side because of their anti-male agenda, it became obvious that the feminists run the media. it was too much. the foundation wasn’t strong.

  2. Mr Zero Man says:

    Also it’s all happening online. It’s like a multi-player strategy game. They’re in their element, learning the rules, trying to beat the game, that’s what they do, they’re gamers.

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