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    Have you ever been bullied?

    Have you been bullied recently?

    Have you ever been bullied?

    How did it make you feel?

    I used to think it was the worst thing in the world as a teenager in a correctional facility.

    Getting hit wasn't as bad as getting insulted in my opinion.

    Getting bullied doesn't bother me anymore because I see it as a learning experience and an important part of climbing a sacred mountain to Fascist excellence.

    When I chose to be a Fascist I chose to be misunderstood and suffer rebukes, antagonism, being despised, and considered lowest scum of the earth.

    I could introduce myself as communist and wave a hammer and sickle flag as an avatar at any website, and rarely would a website ban me.

    I introduce myself as Fascist and get banned everywhere (including here, but yes I understand it wasn't a decision all the mods were involved in and I was welcomed back.)

    But seriously, I've been banned from every website where I promote Fascism. I could promote Communism and wave a hammer and sickle flag like Antifa dumbfucks do ( which is far more evil and offensive), and get away with it.

    I say this to make the point that being an actual Fascist means you are seen as the scum of the earth and you will actually be bullied worse than any other group including LGBT and the lowest ethnic minority or social status.

    It means being a Fascist isn't for sissies, and I ain't bitching about persecution. I welcome it.

    It gives me thicker skin and I'd rather die a martyrs death than put up with the political correctness bullshit, covering for shit more evil than Hitler, whitewashing communist regimes, that is pushed by the left.

    I lost my AA sponsor over it and ignorant people accuse me of white power and bullshit. It's not easy.

    That is the cross I must carry for Benito and dying for his Roman Empire which I shall spend eternity building as his servant.Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Yes

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      #3
      It made me sad.

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        #4
        No, not recently I don't think. I'm sure everyone has at some point in life.

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        #5
        Well, the thing you're not grasping, Matt, is that, the reality you describe is repulsive to most people. No one wants a glorified state. If politics as they are weren't enough, imagine never being able to turn it off. And somehow this is supposed to happen of our own volition. I think not.

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          #6
          Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
          Well, the thing you're not grasping, Matt, is that, the reality you describe is repulsive to most people. No one wants a glorified state. If politics as they are weren't enough, imagine never being able to turn it off. And somehow this is supposed to happen of our own volition. I think not.
          I'm trying to create a Roman Empire for Caesar Benito Mussolini. where everyone is laughing hysterically, euphoric, spiritual and religious Ecstasy, and the relationship with the government orgasmic with a covenant between the state and the people, that if you give to the state, she returns more and thanks you for sucking milk from the government's nipples with delight at the abundant bosom of Leah

          Leah Michelle Mussolini can shape shift into any animal, any Spirit, or any Goddess and become the perfect companion for anyone, and Mussolini can likewise be the omnipresent shape shifting male companion.

          im praying for Mussolini propaganda and shrines to be in 20% of homes, little Kamidana Mussolini cupboards.

          Mussolini prayer books. Mussolini prayer beads. Benito bags. Mussolini clocks. Mussolini statues and paintings everywhere.... Sound like a plan. By being nothing you become everything.Click image for larger version

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          • the Riddler
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            Yeah...this. No one wants that. Never will.

          #7
          Originally posted by Undies View Post
          I'm sure everyone has at some point in life.
          i know what you mean.. but pretty sure anyone who has been in a position of sustained (and especially when it's passive-aggressive/subtle) bullying knows that not everyone goes through it, not by a long shot.

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            #8
            Originally posted by Jessica View Post

            i know what you mean.. but pretty sure anyone who has been in a position of sustained (and especially when it's passive-aggressive/subtle) bullying knows that not everyone goes through it, not by a long shot.
            Yes, sustained passive-aggressive bullying esp. by a group of people who are rotten-to-the-core, can bring one to their knees.
            I've been there and it's an ugly place I would wish on nobody. Ever.

            Sadder yet was I got to watch my kid experience it too. That pisses a dad off like nothing else.

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              #9
              Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post

              Yes, sustained passive-aggressive bullying esp. by a group of people who are rotten-to-the-core, can bring one to their knees.
              I've been there and it's an ugly place I would wish on nobody. Ever.

              Sadder yet was I got to watch my kid experience it too. That pisses a dad off like nothing else.
              sorry you've experienced that too : ( and even sorrier you had to watch your kid go through it.

              It was long ago in my school years that I went through it. I don't hold it against them now, they were kids and I was weird. It shaped who I am.. I wouldn't wish to change it. But at the time, life sucked.. lol

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                #10
                Originally posted by Jessica View Post

                sorry you've experienced that too : ( and even sorrier you had to watch your kid go through it.

                It was long ago in my school years that I went through it. I don't hold it against them now, they were kids and I was weird. It shaped who I am.. I wouldn't wish to change it. But at the time, life sucked.. lol
                I had that when I was really young on the school bus. Long story.. reminds me of Marilyn Manson's video/song "Lunchbox"
                'Cause one morning mom caught me messing around in dad's gun cabinet. Yeah I was in a dark place.

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                • Jessica
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                  seriously glad you got through it dude.

                #11
                Yes.

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                  #12
                  Not by a group of my peers, really. Family is a different story. My school chums left me alone, though.

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                    #13
                    Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post

                    I had that when I was really young on the school bus. Long story.. reminds me of Marilyn Manson's video/song "Lunchbox"
                    'Cause one morning mom caught me messing around in dad's gun cabinet. Yeah I was in a dark place.
                    As an adult have you found yourself in equally dark places?

                    I would say my darkest years were ages 14-17 when I had no conscience and hated the world and wanted everyone to feel my misery. Age 15 was probably the worst year of my life and getting antagonized played a role but also social retardation played a huge role.

                    If I would have humbly asked for help, it would have gone so much better, but instead I hardened my heart and chose to be proud, obnoxious, evil, arrogant, which lead to me hurting people and myself.

                    The year I threw myself off a building was oddly not that bad of a year with the exception of the ten weeks in a wheelchair. I experienced a lot of good things as a result of it.

                    I would love to go back to high school years knowing what I know now, being humble, not doing drugs, being a good student. People told me I had a lot of potential and I chose to waste it being worthless!

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                      #14
                      Originally posted by ill Duce View Post

                      As an adult have you found yourself in equally dark places?

                      I would say my darkest years were ages 14-17 when I had no conscience and hated the world and wanted everyone to feel my misery. Age 15 was probably the worst year of my life and getting antagonized played a role but also social retardation played a huge role.

                      If I would have humbly asked for help, it would have gone so much better, but instead I hardened my heart and chose to be proud, obnoxious, evil, arrogant, which lead to me hurting people and myself.

                      The year I threw myself off a building was oddly not that bad of a year with the exception of the ten weeks in a wheelchair. I experienced a lot of good things as a result of it.

                      I would love to go back to high school years knowing what I know now, being humble, not doing drugs, being a good student. People told me I had a lot of potential and I chose to waste it being worthless!
                      I do wish I could go back to (fill in the blank) age and start knowing what I know now, to be sure..

                      There were likely a couple of folks who would have been glad to throw me off that building as a teen. I too was a good student, and let it go to waste.

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                        #15
                        You're not worthless, Matt.

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