Robert Stark Interviews Matt Forney about the Virginia TV Shooting

Here.

This one is a bit dated, but it should still be pretty good. And there doesn’t seem to be much ugly conservatism here. Ultimately these views are something the Alt Left could go along with.

Topics include:

Did the Media Drive Gay Black Man Vester Flanagan to Murder Two Journalists?
The Black Lives Matter movement which incites violence and has mainstream media and political support.
How the Black Lives Matter movement is biased in favor of Hillary Clinton against Bernie Sanders.
The life and psychological profile of Vester Flanagan.
How Flanagan differs from the profile of white male shooters who tend to be more socially and economically marginalized.
How We’re Now Averaging More Than One Mass Shooting Per Day.
Why mass shootings are on the rise.
How we are seeing a whole class of people pushed to the economic margins.
People with Asperger’s and how they are screwed in modern atomized society.
How bizarre subcultures such as Bronies are forming in reaction to social marginalization.
The phenomenon of young men joining ISIS.
How people will likely form new functioning communities in reaction to a broken society.
Why the Manosphere’s Fear of ‘TradCons’ is Misguided And Cowardly.
More on the Trump campaign and whether his populist stances will repudiate the stupidity of Reagan Conservatism.

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3 responses to “Robert Stark Interviews Matt Forney about the Virginia TV Shooting

  1. fdfs

    It seems like there could be a larger “backlash” towards these people who are socially awkward outsiders, especially the young male segments of this population who seem to be overrepresented in this group. They’re already largely mocked, so I could see how they might become the new “villains”. Especially with lone-wolf terrorism becoming a larger focus in law enforcement circles. Granted they aren’t the ones comitting most of the homicides in the world but shootings perpetrated by these types tend to garner much more media attention.

    What do you think?

    • Dubious but I have talked to a lot of men who simply have anxiety disorders who have been accused of being dangerous, psycho, serial killers, rapists, predators, child molesters, etc. for many years. If you are male and you seem weird or strange in any way, millions of people automatically assume that you are some sort of a dangerous criminal who is about ready to kill someone.

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