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Frame Game Radio (❤️)
Green Beret, Meme Wars, 2015-2016. Came home to find the culture war continued. Melded metals into memetic ammo. Fight on. NYC.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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I might post occasional longform vids on YT, follow me there if u want:
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
Going away for a while again guys. Keep fighting the good fight, and sending love and positivity too. 👍 Yours, Frame ***
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Samurai_Spirit🎄🎅🎁 Dec 8
Coincidentally I've recently been following and other positive art and culture accounts and been thinking of taking up painting or other artistic endeavors and applying a pro-West theme. I'll take up the heart right banner.
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Judge Roy Moore Dec 8
"We need somebody in that Senate seat who will vote for our Make America Great again agenda which involves tough on crime, stong on borders, strong on immigration, building the wall, strengthening our military and continuing our great fight for our veterans." -- President Trump
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S. Bra Dec 8
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No I think he's right. For this to be a complete movement, not everyone has to be an activist. This is how you sway voters. This is how you get funding. This is how you grow a culture. We need people, and this is how we get the open-minded artist, or matriarch, or councilman...
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OerNeo Dec 8
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The Old Right Dec 8
This is in my opinion a very, very good thread on the instinctive mannerism of the left to frame everything they don't like as "hate". For the right, to proscribe their ideals in the way of loving one's close-knit community, or desiring such love, is an excellent strategy.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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14. There are many who will reflexively dismiss the mass appeal of the because of how anti-Chad it seems. You may be simply conceding the frame to SJWs of what love is. Love does not have to be a soy product. Love your future. Join the ❤️ ***
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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13. Just imagine signs to "Join the Heart Right ♥️" posted on dozens of college campuses. SJWs will freak out and be divided against their own aesthetic. They'll parse love into "real love" and "hatelove." It's an existential threat akin to our seizing control of "Fake News."
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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12. Hateframing is the name of the SJW game. Any words we say, any symbols we use, they will reflexively frame as "hate". Can they hateframe the very concept of love itself? How could we have forfeited this high ground of human emotion to our enemies for so long?
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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11. SJWs wage war by making sure the first priority is not to normalize us. Not to humanize us. There is nothing more humanizing than a love story.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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10. Now, I ask ye of the AltRight - who are our heroes? Who are our champions? Who do we love? The names our enemies. But does it name our heroes? The gives our story its protagonists. The people we fight for, promoting them with unconditional positivity.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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9. I was just a Trump-loving Jew, having fun at an Internet party, but when our beloved little champion was attacked as a hate symbol, I became a foot soldier in the culture war. It justified the fight. The made me sympathetic to the .
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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8. I did. I saw that cartoon frog, and it was funny, and it was persecuted, and it was where the party was online. Everyone loved it, and when the ADL tyrannically made it a hate symbol, our fight was to protect a thing we loved. We came for the love, and stayed for the war.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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7. Now, lest you doubt the power of the , I ask you - how many of you gravitated to the AltRight because of this little guy?
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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6. Who will write our love songs? Will who tell our story? Who will throw the best parties and host art galleries celebrating our culture, our past, our future? The will. It's all for love.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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5. The left's oscillation between these parallel tracks - Hard Left and the Heart Left - created a powerful Motte and Bailey effect where the existence of one always provided cover for the other. We fight because we love. ❤️
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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4. Consider the civil rights movement. You had the Hard Left of Black Panthers, radical feminists, Saul Alinski agitators, Marxist academics -- but you also had the Heart Left: the hippies, the artists, the Love Is Love crowd. Those parallel branches gave the movement dynamism.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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3. Many of them are lovers, not fighters. They're artists, not warriors. If you're only the , you lack any messaging of love. You can only win a military war, not a culture war. Newsflash: you're not gonna win a military war here.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Dec 8
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2. First, recognize the limitations of the altright being a strictly operation. It lacks dynamism. It's all stick and no carrot. Millions of Gen Z kids will grow up hating SJWs and looking for a group that accepts them. They want to be whitepilled, not blackpilled.
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