P.S I tried really hard to remove accusatory language, please understand that I'm angry right now, and my intent is not to attack you.
Understood. I implore that you step back and take some time to cool off before responding to anything I have to say in response.
Done? Here we go.
Okay, here's something I'm genuinely curious about. How do you justify Japanese Fascism given that you're a fascist and a Korean?
Doesn't this all just seem like a race to the bottom where you end up dead somehow? Historically speaking the largest and most powerful ethnostates brutalize smaller ones.
And how do you account for genocide across the board even ignoring Natsoc Germany?
Because assuming you're maintaining some standard of truthful debate, you're either going to have to say genocide is justifiable (in which case we're both dead due to being queer) or you'd have to resort to conspiracy and say it never happened. The first position is one of suicidal misanthropy as a response to how abusive the world is and having witnessed those abuses. In which case I'm sorry, genuinely, I know shit sucks. This isn't pity either, it's a recognition that sometimes people are pushed so far that self-harm or wishing harm on others seems rational. I understand, as much as I'm forced to condemn such as path. In the first case suicidal tendency is one's choice, in the second case no one on this board can just let someone be a fascist assuming they value their own well being for obvious reasons. (With that said I'd still be surprised if Will banned you, assuming you're not posting specific plans to commit terrorism or anything.)
I try not to give justification for historical genocides as I don't personally support the use of genocide against any groups of people as a means of achieving goals of the state. Genocide is, in my eyes, the tool of a people who sees no moral alternative and/or has an unyielding desire to see a specific group of people culled from the gene pool.
Take National Socialist (I hate the term 'Nazi.') Germany, for example. I do not deny that the Holocaust happened, although I do believe that the numbers were exaggerated to use as propaganda by the Allied victors to further demonize the ideas of nationalism and fascism to forever be haunted by the crimes of 1930s-1940s Germany and Japan.
I emphasize: despite my far-right leaning attitudes and beliefs, I do not condone or attempt to justify the use of genocide as a moral gain for power. I believe there are many other, more moral and humane ways of dealing with opposing groups.
That said, I do strongly support the use of state-sponsored eugenics, mass-deportation, and the establishment of ethnostates to better serve the goals and needs of specific ethnicities on the basis of their geographic location of origin (i.e. Nordic/Germanic countries for Nordic/Germanic peoples, Slavic nations for Slavs, Eastern Asian nations for corresponding Eastern Asians, Arabia for Arabs, et cetera et cetera. The Americas would be free game.)
As for the second possible response to the genocide question, there are less harmful conspiracies to believe in. Why throw out truth for the sake of fascism? I mean aliens and magic are more fun, or maybe this still ties into the reasoning behind the potential first response.
As fun as conspiracy theories are to learn about, I'm not Alex Jones. I don't let conspiracies cloud my sense of judgement and rationality. I study and examine certain situations (for example, ongoing outcome of mass-importation of Africans and Middle Easterners into Europe and how it is changing and will change Europe for generations,) and I try to form my own conclusions about them.
And I know I've been hostile, I've stopped myself from blowing up on you multiple times. It's not that I'm angry at you so much as I'm angry at the world that is turning you into what you've become. You were a role model for me at one point in my life, it hurts to see you turn your back on everything that you stood for. If you ever just want someone to listen let me know. I don't know what you're going through right now, but this all just seems... so off. I've made a lot of progress on my own emotions too, and honestly If I hadn't had anyone to help guide me over the past two years I'd probably be out there getting a swastika tattoo by now.
I like to say that the Left is responsible for my extreme shift to the Right, as I was becoming increasingly fed up with their rhetoric on men (especially straight, white men,) immigration, feminism, race, and traditional values. The Left has turned into something that, in my eyes, celebrates ugliness, hate, and division through their twisted views of "diversity."
Pair that with my (at the time of my very first redpill,) increasing interest in investing in the stock market, followed by going down the rabbit hole of right-wing and capitalist economics and social policies, followed further by an increasing interest in the works of 20th century nationalists and fascists alike, has brought me here.
All within the span of about half a year.
And I'm sorry if it seems that I've turned my back on everything that I once stood for, especially if I was something of a role model for you, as you say, but there needs to be an understanding that people and viewpoints change, and sometimes in ways that certain people don't like.
You have expressed multiple times that you feel as though the reason for my new-found views are the result of some emotional trauma or something similar. I assure you that is not the case, but instead is a realization that the world isn't as rainbow-filled and strengthened through "diversity" and multiculturalism as the Left would like to believe within its own little safe space.
Excluding the hyper rich, which you're not part of, fascism is generally a lashing out. It's a lashing out in the same way that radical leftism is, as a response to the systemic violence and abuse of our society. The problem is that fascism is easier to fall into, it is radical in that it takes the worse elements of our society and our own behaviors and amplifies them. It's easier to be a fascist because one doesn't need to invent a new script, all the values, the way someone should act and their role and purpose in society are all set out for them.
Yes and no. While I did go from being a nationalist-hating, Muslim-loving, pro-LGBT, anti-gun, anti-Trump, globalist, feminist communist to pretty much the opposite in the span of roughly half a year, it did take many, many redpills and heavy convincing to believe what I do now.
This was one of the hardest realizations I've come to reach, even if it was relatively brief in revelation.
More importantly, if you think I'm crazy, give me a response that isn't a meme. Chan culture =/= equate to political or sociological theory.
I don't think you're crazy. In fact, at the time of my writing this sentence, I have been reading and rereading and trying to respond to everything you've said up until now in order to give you legitimate responses. I actually had to think about what to post. I save memes for the Discord servers and 4chan.
Cheers for the opportunity to share my views in a non-belligerent and comprehensive manner. If the moderators decide to ban me just for anything I've said in this one long response, so be it.
Just know that I don't support the use of targeted violence or hatred against certain groups of people, and I don't believe in supremacy of any one race or ethnicity but rather separation. I'm not a bloody Nazi.