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#Brexit fans respond to my last post with cuck-related insults, weird sexual fantasies

Anime Nazis celebrate the win for "Leave"
Anime Nazis celebrate the win for “Leave”

So my last post, highlighting some of the more obnoxious responses from Anime Nazis and other terrible people to the Brexit vote somehow managed to draw some even more obnoxious responses from other Anime Nazis and terrible people.

You can see some of them in the responses to this tweet of mine.

Naturally, the comments some of these lovely people tried to post here on WHTM were if anything even worse. Let’s take a look at some of them, shall we? We’ll start with some of the milder ones.

Nice shilling blog, David. Each b*tthurt tear makes me happier. Good job UK, crash this union with no survivors Spam | Restore | Delete Permanently #Brexit disaster: A great night for Anime Nazis, Trump fans, and dudes who say “cuck” a lot View Post 71 71 comments 2016/06/24 at 2:43 am Select comment GASTHECUCKS ANIMENAZISUNITEx lmao@getfuckedcuck.com 67.190.249.192 LOL DELICIOUS CUCK TEARS

NOTE TO WOULD BE COMMENTERS: If you call yourself “GASTHECUCKS” and post in ALL CAPS, I probably won’t be letting your comments through.

This fellow either knows something about my sex life that even I don’t know about, or doesn’t understand what the word “literally” means.

yh but ur literaly a cuck tho cuck lyf nigga

But these comments were pretty tame compared to this weirdly sexualized example of supervillain monologuing from “Sure Whatever.”

Your tears bring the sweetest of joys known to mankind to me, the joy of lording over a hated, vanquished enemy. A beautiful night for millions of people who believe people have a right to exist as an ethno-cultural majority on their own national soil. A bad night for refugee cock suckers, bourgeois hipsters with thick-rimmed problem glasses and a Starbucks coffee in their hand. Don’t worry there’s still millions of little Mohammed’s roaming the streets of London whose cum you can guzzle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHcaP1-4Wbk Now it’s the turn of the Trump Train to destroy leftists in November.

Apparently this guy is not a big fan of Starbucks, huh?

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Dalillama
Dalillama
4 years ago

@Handsome Jack

There’s no political party in which being not racist is a platform…that I know of.

oh, there’s at least three or four here in the States, and I bet there’s some elsewhere, but they’re of basically no electoral significance at the moment

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

If anyone’s looking for a new anime to watch: I’m super getting into Flying Witch.

It’s like a slice-of-life comedy anime about a witch who moves out to the country to live with her aunt, uncle, and two cousins*, and the kids go off to have all sorts of magical adventures, including meeting lots of cool magical spirits (The Spirit of Spring and the spirit that brings the night are my favorites so far!) and other witches!

The manga is going to become localized for North America early spring next year, and I’m very much looking forward to it, because I really love it! It’s so cute! I hope they come out with some licensed merchandise for it soon too!

*In the witching world of this anime, a witch is considered “independent” at the age of 15, and can move out on their own. However, Makoto’s parents want her to finish high school, and they were worried, with her awful sense of direction, that she’d get lost if she lived on her own, so they suggested she go live with relatives at least until she graduates.

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

@PI
Thanks! Sounds a lot like Kiki’s Delivery Service, which is one of my favorites. It even has s black kitty in that article that reminds me of Jiji! I need to check it out.

Neremanth
Neremanth
4 years ago

Re censoring of the comments: I was surprised – given that it says “will not be published” on the comment submission form – that not all the email addresses were censored.

@Viscaria

As you’re a great believer in the people’s right to exist in an “ethno-cultural majority on their own national soil,” I’d thought you would only support a presidential candidate who proposed the forced deportation of all people living in the US except for Native Americans. Not so?

Excellent point.

@Holytape

So good job, Britain. You aimed directly at your foot and managed to shoot yourselves in the balls.

I’d echo this – except I’d change “Britain” to Leave voters (and stick an “along with all the rest of us” after “yourselves”). I predict that we’ll go the Norway route, so sure, in theory we’ll have sovereignty and be able to do what we like on any issue, but in practice we’re not going to exercise it, and we won’t now get to be involved in making the decisions we end up bound by either. The reduction in immigration they hoped for won’t happen, we won’t spend an extra £350 million a week on the NHS, and now we won’t be able to band together with the rest of Europe to stand against TTIP which really does threaten our sovereignty. And if we did end up restricting immigration, they’d still have shot themselves in the foot considering the economic benefits of migration. Plus, should the age-related voting patterns prove to be a cohort rather than an age thing, and should we decide in a few decades’ time that we’d like to re-enter, we’ll have lost the special terms we currently enjoy.

I think what we really needed was a trial period, of a few years, so everyone could see just what it would be like outside the EU and make a bit more of an informed choice. Not that I’m suggesting it’s remotely realistic to think Europe would have been prepared to offer us that, nor that it’s something that was feasible practically and logistically, but just ideally speaking. (Of course, if, as I imagine, it turned out to be worse outside, I do feel for the people who would be most hurt by that – but it would be better than the longterm or permanent exit we’re looking at now.)

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

@Kupo: That’s definitely what came to mind when I first heard of it, and it does have some similarities, but I think I actually like it a bit more than Kiki, as blasphemous as that might be to say. XD

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

I knew of Flying Witch, I still need to catch up on that. I would also recommend the Ancient Magus’ Bride. In all I read in manga, this would be the first ever series that immediately made me thing it was magical. Everything from the art to the lore to the character building, it just has that feeling of when you were a kid reading Tolkien or Redwall for the first time. Though it’s partially because I’m a sucker for manga where the relationship doesn’t seem abusive, because in shoujo, it is quite alarming how common of a trend that is.

Though in terms of my weebness that’s the furthest extent I can offer right now, can’t remember the other good stuff off the top of my head like Bodacious Space Pirates which is Anime Star Trek, or Death Parade, or films like Perfect Blue.

Actually I would recommend Perfect Blue. I believe its story would seriously resonate with alot of people here. Think Black Swan but more specific to the Japanese Idol industry. It is intensely psychological and, well, alot of creepy things the fans in the movie, would be some of the people we all are all too familiar with. The movie also frames them as creepers as well.

FrickleFrackle
FrickleFrackle
4 years ago

How could I forget to mention I like Puella Magi Madoka Magica? If you haven’t watched it you should, but don’t look anything up because it’ll be spoileriffic if you do. One thing I noticed is that it had no fanservice (or maybe I missed it or something?).

Mizuki
Mizuki
4 years ago

On the subject of diversity in anime and manga:
They tend not to be very diverse because the country of Japan is not very diverse (neither is South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, etc). 98.5% of Japan’s population is ethnically Japanese with Chinese and Korean making up .5% each. If an anime or manga is set in Japan at any point from the past to the near future, the characters are going to all be Japanese. If there is a character who is not, it will be made very obvious by having it stated out right or having a combination of language, clothing, and naming cues. It does not matter what crazy hair color people have, they are still Japanese and NOT white. (I really hate that idea that anime and manga is filled with white people). I can see how it would suck if you wanted more diversity in the medium (I do, but I’m also worried about the other issues of fan service, terribly written female characters and plots, etc.) But there are lots of different genres to choose from and having it not set in Japan can help with diversity.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

@FrickleFrackle
Oh yeah that one is an award winner in just how artful and consistent and focused that work was. Everything is masterfully crafted, artistic, almost avant garde with the environments in its visual storytelling and the writing. It sets up the tragedies perfectly, and in ways that foreshadow what can seem like the inevitable.

Speaking of artsy, I also have the Ergo Proxy anime, a hard science fiction that have all its characters grow into their own arcs and its intricate story rewards rewatching.

If you want trashy, I got Murcielago, every women is a capable badass and fighter, doesn’t go out of its way to make the fights look like a photo shoot, and has an MC that owns her sexuality.

In a similar vain of women who own their own sexuality I really would recommend Panty and Stocking and Garterbelt, the japanese show that you wouldn’t believe it wasn’t an adult swim program from the US. When it tackles mocking masculinity, it really hammers it home. There’s even an episode where one guy who acts like a player, is rejected by people, and only was able to ascend to heaven by showing he can be genuine and caring for another person instead of being a shallow tool.

Now if you want people in high places, I would recommend Shiraboko, or “how awful/crazy the production side of anime is” the anime.

Should I be concerned that the only ones I can find that don’t treat women like dolls or needy love machinations tend to be Slice of Life, drama, hard scifi, psychological, dark action or rauncy comedy? I feel the shows I’m recommending here reflect more on me than I’d like. I’m just happy to have a place where I can gush about a bunch of shows that don’t treat women with agency to end up being “you can be whatever, but in the end, the mens is kings”, and not be met with casual sexist remarks or suggestions of the status of my masculinity.

@Mizuki
Yeah, that’s pretty much what I said as well. That’s why often the shows that I know of tend to be set in places distinctly not modern japan, where people of different ethnicity can exist in the background and the foreground as pivotal characters. Funny enough though, as a Vietnamese man, I would like just once, to not have an anime depict my country as Vietnam war in perspective of american troopers.

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)

oh, there’s at least three or four here in the States, and I bet there’s some elsewhere, but they’re of basically no electoral significance at the moment

Interesting, do tell more.

It does not matter what crazy hair color people have, they are still Japanese and NOT white. (I really hate that idea that anime and manga is filled with white people).

What, you mean Asian people ALSO have light colored skin, too??

Amazing.

Banananana dakry
Banananana dakry
4 years ago

@FrickleFrackle

Revealing outfit or not, you never, ever, EVER fuck with Faye Valentine. There is a serious case of brain operating in that head.

Axecalibur
Axecalibur
4 years ago

@OoglyBoggles

as a Vietnamese man, I would like just once, to not have an anime depict my country as Vietnam war in perspective of american troopers

comment image
Yeah…

Vis a vis women in manga:
http://hishinunit.tumblr.com/post/100099101512/based-from-x-original-screw-writing-strong
Kingdom has one of the best women casts of any manga I’ve ever read and is also one of the most ‘masculine’ manga I’ve ever read. 2 boys become men with the dream of unifying all of China and ending the Warring States Era. It’s pretty awesome

Axecalibur
Axecalibur
4 years ago

Dammit! This fuckin keyboard is gonna kill me if the heat doesn’t do it 1st

*Yeah… Apologies from America. We made your whole country into a 50 year old cliche, didn’t we?

EJ (The Other One)
4 years ago

@Ooglyboggles:
Could you recommend any good modern Vietnamese movies/books? It’s a country and a culture I’ve always felt bad about not having much exposure to.

Kevin
Kevin
4 years ago

On the subject of oafish Brexiteers, some of the more self aware ones are worried that UK Govt Online Petitions has one calling for a repeat poll as allowed for under the rules. Turnout was under 75% and the majority under 60%. These are the rules for calling for a second vote. Even if it doesn’t work, at least I’ve done something by signing the petition and encouraging my associates to do the same. I had to do something about holding up two fingers to Brexiteer oafishness. (Note to Americans, the British ‘two finger’ salute is the fist with the backs of the first two fingers raised in a ‘V’ shape. Roughly cultural equivalent to ‘flipping the bird.’ Sorry if this seems patronizing, just trying to be informative.)

Joel (on twitter @deathtothefilth)
Joel (on twitter @deathtothefilth)
4 years ago

So I got into your twitter thread and wound up in a twitter fight with Jack Barnes AND Dean Esmay.
What sad little men they are.

Mizuki
Mizuki
4 years ago

@Ooglyboggles
Yeah, I just wanted to back your statements up and add my own. This is an area I care a fair bit about since I’m a pretty big fan of anime and manga. They are like any other medium in that there are plenty of problems with representation of the non-majority group and issues with how it treats women. I am tired of trying to read romantic manga and having the main character suffer an attempted rape or be sexually assaulted so I feel you with your desire to see your own country properly represented.

@Handsome “These Pretzels Suck” Jack (formerly Pandapool)
Oh no! All Asians have yellow skin, tiny eyes, and black hair! That means that all the anime characters who don’t look like that are really white! As we all know, white people are the only group who naturally have purple hair, eyes that take up a significant part of the face, and perfect skin.

/s in case anyone thinks otherwise

Moggie
Moggie
4 years ago

Thanks for reminding me about Cowboy Bebop. I think I’ll rewatch the “Toys in the Attic” episode to cheer myself up. But you can’t discuss Cowboy Bebop without mentioning the music! I think Yoko Kanno did a lot for the show, and I was impressed by her command of different musical styles (I watched the show before I was familar with her other work).

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
4 years ago

I fail to see why Hitler would be delighted with the Brexit vote.
He wanted a United Europe with Germantpy at the centre, and would have wanted Britain as part of the deal. Silly, silly Nazi fans.

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

Image fail. 🙁

PocketNerd
PocketNerd
4 years ago
Reply to  Virgin Mary

I fail to see why Hitler would be delighted with the Brexit vote.
He wanted a United Europe with Germantpy at the centre, and would have wanted Britain as part of the deal. Silly, silly Nazi fans.

Yes, but remember the assumptions of the reactionary right:
Cooperation with other countries is globalism.
Globalism is promoted by Cultural Marxists (read: “Jews”) in order to destroy the white race.
Therefore, the Brexit is a strike against those wily Jews and their ceaseless attempts to sap and impurify our Precious Bodily Fluids, and Hitler would approve.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ Kevin

the British ‘two finger’ salute is the fist with the backs of the first two fingers raised in a ‘V’ shape.

Do you want to do the Agincourt story?

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

Be of good cheer, for Chuck Tingle has been inspired by Brexit:

https://www.amazon.com/Pounded-Pound-Socioeconomic-Implications-European-ebook/dp/B01HJXVP8G/

ColeYote
ColeYote
4 years ago

Speaking of, how’s Trump doing in the polls? 5.9 points down? Losing in all of the swing states? Cool.

OoglyBoggles
OoglyBoggles
4 years ago

Sorry for the late reply, got caught up in things.
@Axecalibur
Eh don’t worry, we still got other things going for us, like tourism, a competetive industry to China and a rapidly growing market thanks to the US and Japan. Vietnam will one day be a first world country that people will repect in my lifetime.
@EJ
Unfortunately I can’t really say. The majority of films produced in the early days of Vietnamese cinema were propaganda pieces and like in Japan a majority of the work is only in Vietnamese. However I would recommend looking up films in the Wikipedia article about it, these films are ridiculously low budget, about 2 million in us dollars was the most expensive production to date, and mainly focus on things such as capitalism introduced to Vietnam and the changing of hands in Vietnam being part of the french colonies.

In novels, I got the author Nguyễn Nhật Ánh, he writes YA novels but contains elements of older times.
Vang Bóng Một Thời contains short stories of vietnamese life during the french colonial times. Dế Mèn phiêu lưu ký is about the adventures of a cricket, apparently some people online recommend it for adults as well, and I like what I read so far.

In terms of satire I got Dumb Luck, a novel set late french colonial times where it saturizes the middle class Vietnamese, was banned by the northern communist party.

And there’s No Man’s Land, from a contreversial writer speaking of the horrors of post war vietnam trhough the perspective of the wife as the communist party forces her to live with her former fiance in his destitute poverty. Love triangle, examinations of war and peace and society. The author herself was an ardent advocate for humanism and democracy and her works are banned from the Vietnamese communist party.

http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/36946.T_c_ph_m_v_n_xu_i_Vi_t_hay_nh_t_Best_Vietnamese_Fiction_

Here’s a list of other novels I haven’t mentioned yet.

@Mizuki
One of these days I will see media give Vietnam the Bollywood treatment. Or have something other than Paris by Night and Lee’s Sandwiches as their first thoughts non war related. Or gambling, all black, and greed to a lesser extent if ever.

Kylo Ronin
Kylo Ronin
4 years ago

@Ooglyboggles

All of the anime Nazis.

As for the medium itself, I don’t really watch any of the harem stuff and I don’t mind the fanservice unless the context of said fanservice is sexual abuse towards the character.

I’m more into stuff from people like Satoshi Kon (like Perfect Blue), Mamoru Oshii, Hayao Miyazaki, Hideaki Anno (I’m a massive fan of Neon Genesis Evangelion so Voltron is definitely up my alley), Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop obviously but I just started Samurai Champloo), and Katsuhiro Otomo.

I am open to suggestions from everyone on what new anime to watch.

I haven’t seen JoJo or Little Witch Academia but I’ve heard fantastic things about the former and I’ll be on the lookout for the latter.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
4 years ago

@pocketnerd

Cultural Marxists do not exist. There are only Marxists. What the alt right call ‘cultural Marxism’ is the same thing as Hitler called Jewish Bolshevism. Oridinarily, Facism and Communism are economic systems unconcerned with race. Communism has been very good for women and racial minorities because it’s central tenant is equality. The alt right like to read equality and homogeny, which is a different thing entirely. Their horror at the prospect of mixed race cookie cutter kids is a complete misunderstanding of communism.
The eugenicist element of Nazism came from a completely biased and misunderstood reading of Nietzshe, the idea of the Ubermenshe was not intended to be anything other than the idea of human potential, not a reccomendation to cull the disabled, homosexual and races who did not conform to the Aryan idea. Nietzshe actually did not wish to even publish The Will To Power, it was published by his sister after his death.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ Virgin Mary

it was published by his sister after his death.

Was that the same sister he disowned because of her anti-Semitism?

If so, wonder how much ‘editing’ she might have done.

PocketNerd
PocketNerd
4 years ago
Reply to  Virgin Mary

Thus Spake ZaraVirginMary:

Cultural Marxists do not exist. There are only Marxists.

My point was that “Cultural Marxists” is an alt-right dogwhistle for “Jews.” It’s the modern iteration of “European bankers” or “dual citizenship.” After all, paranoid bigots need a way to discuss their bigoted paranoia without sounding like paranoid bigots.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
4 years ago

@alan

Who knows? It was never meant to be published and was compiled from old notebooks. She had it printed to cash in on her brother’s work, and of course, it found influence in tne emerging Nazi movement which she was a supporter of. I wouldn’t be surprised if she added bits here snd there.

Dalillama
Dalillama
4 years ago

@Alan

Do you want to do the Agincourt story?

Please don’t. Ever.

occasional reader
occasional reader
4 years ago

I looked at that anime, or the art for it at least, and didn’t get “multicultural” out of it so much as “two cultures with relatively friendly ties and an equal footing interacting with each other.” If there were people of different skin colour involved, or even just people who are typically on the receiving end of racism, I’d agree. Frankly, I just want to see an anime where a black character isn’t a) a ridiculous stereotype and b) isn’t a throwaway or side character. I haven’t seen a whole lot of anime, true, but I haven’t been very encouraged by what I have seen!

The thing is, except for the occasional american black persons from the US military bases and some searchers, there are not that many POC in Japan. If i am not wrong, the major part of “POC” there are people from south Asia, mainly from the Philippines (and who are, sadly, treated as modern slaves). So, i fear i am going to sound racist, but i think you can not expect the same POC exposure in Japanese (and maybe other East-Asian countries), especially for black people, than you have in US and Europe.
I think you can dismiss Afro-Samurai, which is not only cliche in the title but also in the story (but the hero is strong, at least), and Terraformars. But maybe Dutch in Black Lagoon can be see as a “good” POC character. And the commandant of the space station in Planets which is a strong WOC (but who appears less after the two first books – of four -).

On the other side, there are more and more manga including and/or dealing with gender questions. May i suggest the manga The Phantom Tower (Yûreitô)(Mystery/Thriller manga, based on a novel) ? There are more manga dealing with woman homosexuality (mainly drawn by women) than man homosexuality (strangely, often woman authors here too). I can not name one of the former (but i know i have read a lot of abstracts telling it), and for the last, i remember having reading the abstract of a manga titled “The husband of my little brother” (slice of life style manga). When i say homosexuality, this is not the one like in yuri and yaoi, i mean it in the everyday one (the one not full of cliches and, i hope, with no useless “fanservice”).

Finally, i fear the choices of publication – at least here, in France – just do nothing to help to fill the gap between women and men (both tran- and cis-). The pool of available manga in Japan is humongous, but it seems we always get the same styles of manga on our shelves. Manga can be blamed, authors can be blamed, but i think editors and publishers should be blamed first.

On a last note : if you want a manga not too cliche, with women as lead characters (and who are not magical girls), you may read Hôkago Saikoro Club, a manga where the characters discover along the story various “western” board games (occasionnaly, there is also rare japanese games presented too). Note that if you read japanese only by the book, you may have a little problem sometimes as the characters are from Kyôto, and thus speak with some expressions from this city, which can lost you.