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Hunter Jones
Hunter Jones

OH NONONONONONO

AHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

B-BUT SOCIALISM OR BARBARISM, BIG CAPITAL IS BACKING THE FASHIES BECAUSE CAPITALISM IS FAILING

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Liam Allen
Liam Allen

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Jonathan Nelson
Jonathan Nelson

It isn't my view that capitalist prefer fascism over liberalism. It's just that fascism is a resort for capitalism in time of crisis.

Colton Smith
Colton Smith

"Amazingly Original, Outstanding" - Me (commenting on your post)
What does 'Extremism' mean?

Nathan Cook
Nathan Cook

They're going to take On Mass and Jason Unruhe off patreon

Oliver Hughes
Oliver Hughes

What does 'Extremism' mean?
Steven Crowder if we go by the article.

Logan Gutierrez
Logan Gutierrez

OP post is nearly indecipherable but it is apparently some kind of attack on the left.
All of these creatures and corps mentioned in the headline are firmly on the right tho. big think

William Nguyen
William Nguyen

It's smarter to just co-opt any actual dissent against capitalism by promoting 'woke' progressivism instead of openly supporting fascist like some comic book villain. Sate the liberals by promoting social justice and voicing your opposition to the far-right while exploiting your workers relentlessly and promoting free-market ideology. They could also just be genuine libs for all I know.
Should a working-class socialist revolution ever threaten their economic assets however, you can be sure they'll turn to their fascists cucks for protection if that's what it takes.

Jacob Brown
Jacob Brown

big capital isn't backing fascists
What did you think American Neocons and Zionists were?

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David Bennett
David Bennett

YOU EITHER AGREE WITH ME OR YOU'RE A EXTREMIST AND NEED TO DIE!

Matthew Richardson
Matthew Richardson

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Aiden Torres
Aiden Torres

"Online Extremism" isn't actual extremism. It's extremism in the context of mainstream politics.

"Extreme right" is "Shoot up synagogues" not "systematically disenfranchise minorities through racist policy."

"Extreme left" is "unionize Uber" not "Abolish all hierarchies."

Josiah Fisher
Josiah Fisher

Representatives for the Charles Koch Institute and the Anti-Defamation League will join executives from tech companies which currently include Eventbrite, Mozilla, Pinterest, Patreon and Airbnb.

Ok, it's time to stop using Firefox. Does anyone know a good alternative web browser?

Caleb Garcia
Caleb Garcia

Google Chrome

Henry Thompson
Henry Thompson

Pale moon
enjoy the spyware

Wyatt Cox
Wyatt Cox

Qutebrowser

Wyatt James
Wyatt James

This.
The spectacle is to strong at the moment and it's just smarter and more conniving than outright suppressing it. It's easier for capitalism to co-opt a movement than outright crushing it, that's what fascists are for.

Jack Davis
Jack Davis

Who said that capitalists were backing fascists at large? From where did you get this scorching take? Capitalists may be backing reactionaries if not liberals, but fascism is still quite some way off. You do know that fascism refers to a particular mode of power consolidation as far as Marxists give a shit?

Christopher Diaz
Christopher Diaz

They probably define Online Extremism as anti-Zionism.

Mason Jenkins
Mason Jenkins

Also, the Koch brothers are right-wing libertarians, so experience and conventional wisdom tells us that they're probably already halfway to full-blown nazism by now.

Logan White
Logan White

Didn't the Koch brothers supported shit like PragerU? (I know PragerU is just zionist neocon bullshit but it would probably be considered "extremist" by Soros, Google and big tech capital)

Nathan Rogers
Nathan Rogers

it's to fight left-wing extremism you dip

Do you really think these guys are going after the pro-market, pro-capitalist "throw leftists out of helicopters" people?

James Harris
James Harris

Tbh although historically fascism has been a tool of the bourgeoisie, and it will almost certainly be used the same way in the future, I think it’s fairly clear that this only happens under specific circumstances, mainly in response to a genuine communist or working class threat to their power. At the current juncture, when even socdems are scrambling to get their shit together, porky’s use for fascists is limited. Remember that fascists are apes, and ideologically committed ones at that. They often have a bull in china shop approach, and also believe themselves to be opposed to certain elements of the neoliberal world order such as free trade and supranational institutions (EU, world bank, IMF, etc) and if unleashed prematurely, can be a bigger headache than a benefit. Case in point, look at all the handwringing from corporate elites over Trump’s tariffs and trade spat with China. Therefore I would argue that actual fascists of the unironic Nazi and white nationalist variety (as opposed to the fash lite types like the Proud Boys, MAGA Chuds, etc) are at the current juncture, more of a liability than an asset to the establishment. That being said, I have no doubt that “anti-extremism” efforts will target the left with more zeal than the right, but to suggest that there aren’t at least elements within the establishment that see the far right as a threat to some of their interests is just false, at this juncture anyway.

Leo Phillips
Leo Phillips

Fascist Pigeon Screech got purged. Sargon thinks it's (somewhat) commies fault.

Juan Turner
Juan Turner

implying leftists aren't also extremists

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