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Author Topic: Turning the corner on "woke"?  (Read 10508 times)

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Re: Turning the corner on "woke"?
« Reply #210 on: November 29, 2021, 05:07:29 PM »
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Feel free to trawl through the usual leftist echo chambers and review how they talk about Joseph Rosenbaum.

Or contemplate how they continue to idolize Roman Polanski.

From my experience Woke SJW commies were for Polanski blood. It was older progressive liberals/moderate socialdemocrates with highly elitist streat that were defending him.
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Re: Turning the corner on "woke"?
« Reply #211 on: November 29, 2021, 07:59:58 PM »
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Feel free to trawl through the usual leftist echo chambers and review how they talk about Joseph Rosenbaum.

Or contemplate how they continue to idolize Roman Polanski.

From my experience Woke SJW commies were for Polanski blood. It was older progressive liberals/moderate socialdemocrates with highly elitist streat that were defending him.

While not condoning him, I think that having his wife and unborn kid stabulated by a bunch of cultist psychos probably helped along Polanski's baser urges, which seems a bit different than the  "Wut? Wut's the problem?!?!" way in which the current crop of pedos are trying to normalize criminally deviant behavior.

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Re: Turning the corner on "woke"?
« Reply #212 on: November 29, 2021, 09:22:55 PM »
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Feel free to trawl through the usual leftist echo chambers and review how they talk about Joseph Rosenbaum.

Or contemplate how they continue to idolize Roman Polanski.

From my experience Woke SJW commies were for Polanski blood. It was older progressive liberals/moderate socialdemocrates with highly elitist streat that were defending him.

While not condoning him, I think that having his wife and unborn kid stabulated by a bunch of cultist psychos probably helped along Polanski's baser urges, which seems a bit different than the  "Wut? Wut's the problem?!?!" way in which the current crop of pedos are trying to normalize criminally deviant behavior.
That was a theory I had as well, actually.

Doesn't excuse it, but it wouldn't surprise me if he turned into a nihilist of sorts after Sharon Tate's death. Reading Bugliosi's Helter Skelter, it's strongly indicated that Tate was having a stabilizing effect on his personality, slowly shifting him away from the 'Hollywood' lifestyle into something a little more presentable. To have that yanked away so savagely would've been disastrous.