Two weeks ago we published a video on our YouTube channel, with the content (17 minutes) from Reggie Yates’s anti-MRA documentary on BBC3 which was worth watching. It included contributions from Milo Yiannopoulos and Josh O’Brien, and footage of some London-based MRAs valiantly speaking at Hyde Park Corner. The video has attracted over 3,000 views and over 100 comments.
A few hours ago ‘Irdial Disks’ posted comments in response to the video, and I’m publishing them here with his permission:
The presumption of this nauseating BBC presenter that 18 is “very young to hold an opinion” is really quite something. Lord Nelson joined the navy aged 12, and served on a ship commanded by a maternal uncle. He became a captain at 20, and saw service in the West Indies, Baltic and Canada. He sailed the world from age 12 and no one thought this was at all odd.
Today, just having an opinion is something BBC types think should be reserved for people over 18. This is part and parcel of the deliberate infantilization of the British Man. Thankfully, the internet is breaking the propaganda power of the BBC. People are learning how to think, how to write, how to publish, and coming to their own conclusions based on their experience and research, and not from the pabulum pumped out by the BBC.
The fact that this man records his work in a bedroom and reaches the entire world is belittled by the presenter, but what it shows is that the BBC is essentially finished as a tool to brainwash people. This is the takeaway from stories like this; there are multiple disparate cultures that are thriving without permission, that cause BBC types to blanch with horror.
You don’t have to agree with Roosh, the Manoshphere, White Genocide or any other group, but what you cannot deny is that it is a very good thing that the stranglehold on British thinking of Socialist state media in the form of the BBC is effectively destroyed.
In this piece, the presenter is plainly in the wrong. His positions against free speech are obviously anti-civilization. This is the tipping point, where the basic values of the west, when put to use, come into conflict with BBC Socialism, and freedom of speech wins, every time because the BBC has no arguments; all they have are naked fallacies and tut tutting.