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Cynic 1 point ago +2 / -1

I've gotten used to alienation through stating inconvenient (or just realistic) truths both inside and outside the political sphere.

It's not my place to tell people to stop saying it, but it is to tell people that it's not something you should say.

Just state how you feel without the need to use coded terms or PC-friendly language. The sooner most right-leaning people realize that, the more effective our political strategy becomes.

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Cynic 1 point ago +2 / -1

To me and many others, it just seems like a way to make genuine dissent seem like an inside joke that only those in the know (a lot on the internet, but you get the point) will understand.

I just don't think genuine anger for a man who wasn't even voted for should be coddled through an initially funny code term. Saying "Fuck Joe Biden" is much more direct and less of a joke than "Let's go, Brandon" will ever be.

Again, funny initially, now it's just a hallmark of the establishment we all despise.

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Cynic -2 points ago +1 / -3

By all means, keep saying it if you believe it's effective.

To me and many others, it just seems like a way to make genuine dissent seem like an inside joke that only those in the know (a lot on the internet, but you get the point) will understand.

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Cynic 2 points ago +2 / -0

patriots.win is the natural evolution of T_D. The latter was compromised by a cuckservative after January 6th.