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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer
Co-Editor of . President The National Policy Institute. Support: Media: hello@richardbspencer.com.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 2h
Replying to @jordanbpeterson
As I've said, Jordan, I respect you, and I'd be happy to engage in a discussion.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 4h
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Arktos 6h
B-b-but the United States is "liberating" Ukraine from "evil Putin fascism"
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 9h
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 10h
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
Also, ban bots on Twitter all you want. All that will prove is that millions of human Americans are, in fact, goofballs.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 11h
Jordan Peterson is right: the good is good. Also: the bad is bad. πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
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DinoCon 11h
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
It's like the We Wuz Kangz meme. People want to believe baby boomers had intellectual discourse on Facebook and Twitter, up until Trump came along and made them all forget.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 11h
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
As a child of the Cold War, I grew up thinking the Kremlin was filled with ruthless and cruel masterminds, always 10 moves ahead of their opponents. Now, they seem more like fools. Sad!
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 11h
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
From what we've learned, Russian operatives picked up on pre-existing tensions--and, let's be honest, pre-existing stupidity--within "our democracy." I don't see any reason to believe that Russians altered the outcome or even the dynamic of the 2018 election.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 11h
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
The Kremlin is a bunch of pikers in comparison with Washington, CIA, or Soros-"color revolution" operatives who have actually succeeded toppling or changing states in Europe and the Middle East.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 11h
I love how liberals have convinced themselves that "our democracy" was an extended Lincoln-Douglas debate until "the Russians" got involved and it became a fake news, Jesus-Satan arm-wrestling match.
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Mr. Frexit πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ 21h
According to the Russian tweet database released by , the Kremlin boosted tweets condemning , the Alt-Right, and Charlottesville's rally, while promoting accounts run by antifa and .
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer 21h
Social networks are public places. They should be regulated by the government as such.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
Victory or death!
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
Replying to @vdare
Bespoke: Only Gen Z should be allowed to vote.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
Replying to @RichardBSpencer
Peterson hit a wall (and became shallow) when he 1) refused to confront the racial issue and 2) became a "clean up your room" self-help guru. He could have been radical. He ended up as a conservative.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
I thought Jordan Peterson was a revelation when he came on the scene and, from a conservative perspective, talked about psychology and myth.
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Richard πŸ‰ Spencer Feb 19
Replying to @CHSommers
Also, *nature* informs any kind of intellectual or economic endeavor (you might agree with me here). If women flowed into electrical engineering in an effort to β€œclose the wage gap,” they would turn it into something resembling feminism in short order.
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