These are NOT the Reasons why I am a Liberalist

I am not a liberalist because a YouTube personality told me I had to be. I’m sure many fellow liberalists share that sentiment. I will be the first to cry out, ‘The Liberalists have no King, the Liberalists need no King.’ (There are plenty of harbors to fill with tea in such situations.) As the movement is largely anti-identitarian, it is a complicated leap of logic to assume that anyone upholding and advocating for the principles as they are written is doing so simply because of any specific person indicating we must.

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An Idiot’s Guide to Meme’ing a Candidate Into the White House

“…just a week or so after sitting democratic congressional representatives spat downward at a plan called the ‘Green New Deal’ in which Ms. Cortez seeks to establish a green and renewable energy plan (admirable to some people, including me) but also sneaking in legislation that clearly seeks to establish a progressive agenda aimed at stripping people’s freedoms of speech in order to protect specific classes based on race, sex, gender, etc.”

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Turning over the Game Board: The Yellow Vests and the Price of Progress

This is a replacing of the premise from something specific and political to something deeper and human. Instead of playing into the political constructs of our system, they have rooted their position in their own agency. They have rejected politics as a form of morality, replacing it with their own existential agency. How can one twist the desire to survive, to live, into an ideological subversion? I am optimistic enough to believe one cannot. 

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Fighting a Speech Monopoly: Lawyer Seeks to File Complaint with the FTC Against Stripe and PayPal

With little cursory examination into these issues, it would seem that there is enough evidence to cast doubt that Paypal, Stripe, and perhaps even Mastercard are innocent in colluding together in a campaign to silence dissenting views online, perhaps even to the extent that they will cut ties with any payment processing platform for merely allowing voices that their preferred competitor has banned to operate

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By Any Means Necessary: The Revolutionary Wing of Berkley Academia

“Now, I do not deny the value of any good lesson. Just because Hitler may be atrocious in more ways than one, does not mean that if he taught me that “2+2=4” that the lesson would be just as wrong. Even people as horrid as Yvette Felarca can provide good lessons through her activism, though I would posit more often then not they are lessons best described as what NOT to do.”

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On Platforms, Publishers and Payment Processors

As I sit here, I cannot help but question what can be done about this conundrum. Parties which should be neutral have failed utterly to abide by such policies, opting instead to listen to a fringe group of leftist ideologues and using their massive power as pillars among the internet to silence dissident thought.

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