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Spider-Man is a conservative Marvel superhero, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in 1962. The Spider-Man comics were considered groundbreaking from their inception in that the hero's alter-ego, the shy and conservative Peter Parker, often faced personal struggles more closely associated with everyday life than usual superhero fare. Notably, Parker has held a wide variety of jobs, depending on his status at the time, ranging from photographer to dishwasher to high-school science teacher. He is also notably humorous, unlike many superheroes, such as Batman. Some fans have called his ability to enrage enemies through endless taunting and sarcasm his "extra superpower".

Spider-Man is a religious Christian, known to pray during moments of great emotion—whether in desperation during a pitched battle or in quiet gratitude while lying in bed watching his wife sleep[1][2]. His Aunt May is also shown praying the Our Father in the original Spider-Man (2002) film. Many also point to Christian symbolism clearly used in the films, where he is depicted as a Jesus-like figure in multiple ways.[3]

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Carl Sagan was also an avid marijuana smoker who claimed marijuana gave him scientific insights.[2] Sagan's avid pot smoking and agnosticism no doubt inspired Sagan's pseudoscientific fantasies that he foisted on his gullible fans. For example, Sagan alleged that evolution was a "fact".[3] Thomas Henry Huxley, the English biologist, known as "Darwin's Bulldog" for his vehement advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, was an agnostic. The Barna Group found that those who hold to the worldviews of agnosticism and in atheism were more likely, than theists in America, to look upon the following behaviors as morally acceptable: illegal drug use; excessive drinking; sexual relationships outside of marriage; abortion; cohabitating with someone of opposite sex outside of marriage; obscene language; gambling; pornography and obscene sexual behavior; and engaging in homosexuality/bisexuality.[4]

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(Conservapedia is cherry picking)
Science journal and science magazine quotes about atheism and mental processes

“A slew of cognitive traits predisposes us to faith.” - Pascal Boyer, in the British science journal Nature[81]

“Atheism is psychologically impossible because of the way humans think... They point to studies showing, for example, that even people who claim to be committed atheists tacitly hold religious beliefs, such as the existence of an immortal soul.” - Graham Lawton in the New Scientist science magazine [81]

(From the later source: https://web.archive.org/web/20160413003609/https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22229670-600-losing-our-religion-your-guide-to-a-godless-future/ It doesn't say what Conservapedia claims it says)

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While All in the Family is today considered to be a "groundbreaking" show in the history of television by the liberal media, it is a glaring reminder of Hollywood's unsuccessful attempt to demonize conservatives beginning in the early 1970s. Despite the promotion of liberal values by All in the Family, however, the Politically Incorrect Guide to the 1960s mentioned that audiences looked up to Archie Bunker largely because of his stubborn rejection of the counterculture, and his chair was even included as one of the most famous exhibits in the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

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Baseball, dubbed the American "National Pasttime" in 1856 (before the American Civil War), is an outdoor sport played between two teams of nine players each, whereby the winning team is the one that scores the most "runs". A run occurs when a player rounds the bases without being tagged out, but while allowed to stop at one of the three intermediate bases in between plays. Each play consists of a pitcher throwing the ball towards home plate, where a batter attempts to strike it with a bat in the batter's attempt to hit the ball where no fielder can catch it or pick it up and throw it to the first baseman before the batter is able to run to first base.

Baseball is considered "timeless" and is unique in not being based on a timer. Games end after nine innings in professional baseball, no matter how long that takes, or after extra innings until a tie in the number of runs is broken after a full extra inning.

Virtually no professional baseball players are homosexual, which suggests that the repetitive playing of this sport tends to encourage heterosexual rather than homosexual proclivities.

Baseball has been intertwined within American life and culture like no other sport has. It has given us record-setting heroes, many of which are still talked about over a century later. It has given rise to movies, songs, books, magazines, and a lexicon of words and phrases which are part of everyday life. Extremely popular within the United States, Japan, and Latin America, baseball is played everywhere from neighborhood sandlots and city streets to its culmination in a best-of-seven championship World Series between two professional teams of the American and National Leagues of Major League Baseball.

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(Two entries from “Conservapedia proven right”, consisting of a prediction, “liberal claptrap in response”, and the supposed vindication.)

Conservapedia states that the homosexual population has a significantly higher incidence of a number of diseases.

Liberals deny this and refuse to accept the science and statistics.

The homosexual Elton John fell ill in 2019

Conservapedia predicts the marriage of Marxism and the homosexual agenda in a united front.

Right-wing conspiracy theories.

Gay marriage becomes the law of the land.

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In 2007, Conservapedia creates its Homosexuality in animals myth article.

Liberals tout a supposed "gay penguin" in a California zoo.[18] Liberals rabidly deny someone can be an ex-homosexual. Ex-homosexual is faced with a $10,000 fine, spends $7,000 in legal fees, and is forced to go to pro-homosexuality classes by a liberal judge who claimed he engaged in aggressive behavior in a discussion with a homosexual man (during his discussion the ex-homosexual man was holding a baby).

In 2009, the alleged gay penguin in a California zoo starts a romance with a lady penguin and abandons his supposed male penguin lover. The homosexual activist Wayne Besen claims the penguin is living in denial and not an ex-homosexual male penguin. (see: Homosexuality in animals myth).

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(On Alien)
This pro-feminist, anti-capitalist film franchise was originated by atheist Ridley Scott. The first film was proven to be alarmingly similar to the 1965 film Planet of the Vampires,[1] but since it fitted the left's agenda, they didn't care and gave it biased reviews anyway. The second film, Aliens, is an anti-Vietnam statement[2] and, just like its predecessor, copies another previous feature (in this case, the 1954 film Them![3]).

(On Apocalypse Now)
This overindulgent, anti-war diatribe portrays the American military as corrupt, incompetent drug-users.

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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO, French: OTAN, Russian: HATO) was founded after World War II, in order to counter the communist Soviet Union. NATO is the only military alliance that stations nuclear weapons on non-nuclear nations territory.

NATO-backed neo-Nazis in the Donbas war.[2]
Since 1991 NATO has become a promoter of globalism,[3] neoconservatism, imperialism, neo-colonialism, and gay parades along with the rest of the homosexual agenda, which Russia (and the Bible) opposes. To justify NATO's continued existence, the most extreme Russophobes of the former Warsaw Pact states and in the West have taken control of its policy direction.[4]
To join the alliance, NATO members essentially cede their foreign policy sovereignty to the Leftist Deep State in Washington and London, and become vassal states on immigration, gay parades, and priorities of liberals. NATO's current secretary is Jens Stoltenberg of Norway.

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(On Gravity Falls)
Inspired by the life of its creator, Alex Hirsch, this mystery/science fiction/horror comedy series follows twin siblings Dipper and Mabel Pines as they spend as summer in the fictional town of Gravity Falls, Oregon, investigating the supernatural oddities surrounding the town with guidance from one of three journals left behind by an initially anonymous author.
On the one hand, it stereotypes capitalists as either "criminals" or simply being obsessed with money: the twins' Great Uncle/"Grunkle" Stan is introduced as a relatively simple character whose only goal in life is to fool the "world's dumbest people" with a tourist trap dubbed The Mystery Shack and filled with pretend supernatural phenomena, hoping to earn their money. Even worse, throughout the series, recurring incompetent police officers Sheriff Blubbs and Deputy Durland are implied to have homosexual feelings for one another, and this is confirmed in the series finale.
On the other hand, family and redemption seem to be central themes of the series in the long run. When Stan's long-lost twin brother, Stanford "Ford" Pines, returns from being trapped in another dimension and reveals himself as the author of the journals, the brothers come to grips with their personal flaws, and Stan shows how he truly regrets leading a life of crime, wishing things could have turned out differently and calling himself "the screw-up". He gets his chance at redemption when he and Ford together outwit Bill Cipher, an interdimensional dream demon and the series' main antagonist, and erase the monster from existence, which causes them to mend their relationship.

(On Rick and Morty)
While much in the show is vulgar and irreverent, Rick is strongly independent and loathes the interdimensional government.

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(On Crusader Kings III)
This is a Role-playing game that takes place during the Medieval Age in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. This period is famous for its piousness and devotion to the principles of God, as in opposition to the values of sin. It also promotes true conservative values like fighting Islam and converting the religion of heathens.

(On Hearts of Iron IV)
This is a World War Two era strategy game that features very complex gameplay. The game was attacked by the CCP for it's accurate depiction of Tibet, Manchuria, and East Turkestan as independent countries before the Chinese invasions of each. The game's Man the Guns expansion was also heavily criticized for its accurate depiction of Democratic Socialism as a buzzword for communism. Hearts of Iron 4 also features a positive depiction of Catholics and a negative depiction of Atheists. The game also recognizes Communism and Fascism as having the same inherent government form, Totalitarianism. Hearts of Iron 4 was attacked by the leftist site Kotuku for allowing a player made modification that featured a positive depiction of Christianity and a negative depiction of Islamic Terrorism.

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(On The Big Bang Theory)
This sitcom stars a free-spirited beauty and her socially challenged scientist friends but does not demonstrate any family values. Instead, some of the main characters are rooming together with people just met (mostly problematic people), and all four leading men have dysfunctional relationships with one or both parents. In addition, the key character Sheldon Cooper is one of the most outspoken atheists in sitcom history, which leads to both religious and cultural friction with his devoutly Christian mother Mary as well as his Jewish colleague Howard Wolowitz and Hindu friend Dr. Raj Koothrapali. The show is widely considered to have stolen its characters' personalities and their relationships to one another from an earlier sitcom, Friends.[6][7][8]

(On Young Sheldon)
This prequel series to The Big Bang Theory follows the character Sheldon Cooper—one of the most outspoken atheists in sitcom history to the point where it creates religious and cultural friction with those around him, which is passed off as humorous—as he grows up in Texas from 1989 on (though, for reasons unknown, the show seems culturally frozen in that year).[63] As in The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon is a strong proponent of evolution who looks down his nose on creationists and Christians, thinking they are not as open-minded as they truly are. In an early episode, the young Sheldon publicly embarrasses his family by arguing with their church's pastor about God's existence during a sermon. For some reason, the pastor states during the argument that Charles Darwin was open to the idea of God. In reality, Darwin's claim that he was open to the idea of a Creator was simply a plan to fool the masses when pushing evolution.[64][65]

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(on The Loud House)
It looks like an ordinary, apolitical, animated suburban family sitcom until it pushes the LGBT agenda. Main protagonist Lincoln Loud's best friend Clyde McBride is raised by a homosexual couple, and one of Lincoln's ten sisters is bisexual. The character artwork in this series is often criticized for being derivative of the Disney animated series Gravity Falls, given that it follows what is termed the "CalArts Style", named for a specific character design style commonly seen among those drawn by animators who studied at the California Institute of the Arts. The CalArts style can be seen in other programs such as Star Vs. the Forces of Evil, Steven Universe, and The Amazing World of Gumball.

(on The Owl House)
The series promotes the LGBT agenda by having its main character, Luz Noceda, being bisexual and being in a lesbian relationship. Another character also has two dads.

(on My Little Pony)
Liberals adore this series because of its hidden messages in line with their worldview such as socialism, environmentalism, feminism, and secularism. Originally made for young girls, the show has unexpectedly attracted a worldwide cult following of young adult to adult men who call themselves "Bronies", suggesting homosexuality, or at the very least emotional immaturity, in the fanbase. Perhaps a much more apparent problem than these is the threat the cartoon poses to traditional ideas of masculinity as more men become attracted to it.

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(On Neon Genesis Evangelion)
This sexually graphic TV show shows very poor family values as Gendo Ikari abandons his son Shinji, and when he’s 14, he lives with an alcoholic woman who works for NERV.

(On Voltron: Legendary Defender)
This action-oriented series based on the Voltron franchise pushes the homosexual agenda because one of its characters is a homosexual and has a same-sex "wedding", complete with a kiss at the end.

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(On Rick and Morty)
This adult animated series, whose titular characters were based on respective ludicrous caricatures of Dr. Emmett "Doc" Brown and Marty McFly from the mostly conservative film Back to the Future (but soon grew into their own characters), is popular among liberals and atheist, Reddit-registered techno-libertarians alike for trying to pass a dysfunctional, atheistic family with a vulgar, drug-addicted, pansexual, alcoholic grandfather (Rick) as humorous. Worse yet, the series' volatile, fanatical fanbase is widely known for stirring up such controversies as rampaging en masse through various McDonald's restaurants in search of Szechuan sauce as if to imitate an example of Rick's unruly, disorderly behavior, which prompted several calls to local police departments, wasting tax payer monies: he seeks to claim the sauce in the episode "The Rickshank Redemption" by traveling back to 1998 when Disney released its China-set animated feature Mulan and McDonald's sold packets of Szechuan sauce with regular purchases as a cross-promotion of the film. Many of the science fiction elements of the show seem to contradict portions of Christian cosmology, such as interdimensional travel, allowing sinners to avoid the logical consequences of their actions. The institutions of marriage and pregnancy are not given the sacred coverage they deserve either. The episode "Rickmurai Jack" shows Morty as a 40 y. o. but looking much more older and much worse than a normal 40 y. o. and is called middle-aged, still too young to be in that age category, and this is weird considering that even Rick, who is 70 y. o. and alcoholic, is better looking than adult Morty here, not to mention his father who is 35 y. o. (just 5 years younger) and is good or normal looking, so ageism isn't missing in this series either.

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NATO war in Ukraine



The NATO war in Ukraine, sometimes known as the Russia–Ukraine War is a proxy war started by the United States in 2014 with the violent overthrow of the democratically elected government of Ukraine in collaboration with Ukrainian neo-Nazi groups. Nazi and neo-Nazi organizations have been active in Ukraine since 1941 and received Pentagon and CIA arms and assistance until 1954, which was resumed by the Obama administration in 2013 under CIA director John Brennan. Brennan was a key player in the Russia collusion hoax, a disinformation and propaganda psyop to convince the American people that Donald Trump had "colluded" with Russian President Vladimir Putin to rig the 2016 presidential election and to stir anti-Russian sentiment.

On May 2, 2014, at least 48 anti-Maidan protesters were burnt alive in Odessa by American-backed pro-Maidan fascists.´No one has ever been brought to justice for the inhumane crimes. The murder spree was conveniently ignored by Western media.

The people of the Donbas refused to recognize the legitimacy of the illegal coup, so the newly installed government sent the army to quell protests. The army refused to follow the new regime's orders to fire on civilian protesters. Some units even joined the protests. With the army proving itself unreliable, the U.S.-installed Kyiv regime incorporated neo-Nazi militias into official Ukrainian government armed forces, entrusted to perform the tasks that Washington and Kyiv wanted.

A general rebellion against the illegal coup broke out.

When the Russian language was prohibited in Ukraine and the Ukrainian government was promoting neo-Nazi theories and practices, the West did not discourage, but rather encouraged such behavior and applauded Ukraine as a beacon of democracy.

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There are multiple issues that led to the Russian incursion into Ukraine in February 2022:

a group of Ukrainian traitors in collusion with United States-funded neo-Nazis overthrew the democratically-elected government;

ethnic cleansing of native Russians in the Donbas region and unrelenting shelling of civilian communities by the Maidan regime since 2014;

the Kyiv regime's discrimination against Russian speaking people and making them second-class citizens in the country of their birth;

the murder of at least one hundred protesters by U.S.-backed neo-Nazis during the Maidan coup;

the burning alive of at least 48 anti-Maidan protesters in the Odessa Trade Unions House massacre and subsequent cover up by the U.S.-backed Maidan regime;

NATO's desire to dismember the Russian Federation in order to seize its oil and gas reserves using Ukrainian troops as cannon fodder;

continued efforts by the CIA to subvert and overthrow the legitimate governments of Belarus and Russia;

NATO infiltration into Ukraine and supplying weapons and training to neo-Nazi groups;

the presence of 46 U.S. biological laboratories doing research with dangerous pathogens on the territory of Ukraine near the Russian border;

the transformation of Ukraine into a testing ground for pharmaceutical experiments by Big Pharma in circumvention of international safety standards and to by-pass regulations, informed consent, and disclosure laws in Western countries;

Burisma oil and gas holdings in the Donets Basin;

violation of the assurances given by NATO not to expand eastward beyond the Oder–Neisse line which in exchange Soviet leaders consented to the re-unification of Germany;

the petrodollar system, which Russia has the potential to compete with and disrupt;

religious sectarian rivalry between orthodox churches claiming to be the legitimate Orthodox Church of the Ukrainian people, which has led to violations of religious liberty by the Kyiv regime per the UN Human Rights Commission;

the Culture War as Leftists in the West attempt to extend their agenda into Ukraine with gay pride marches to challenge the conservative values of both Ukrainians and Russians.

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(On Assasins Creed)
Anti-Christian, as it claims that Jesus Christ was a fraud,[18] with the villains of the series being the Knights Templar. The worst of the franchise is Syndicate, which has you killing capitalists in Victorian age London, working with the evolutionist Charles Darwin and communist Karl Marx. Ubisoft also had a transgender in the game, even though such a person was nonexistent back then. Only two games exist in the franchise that are in any way conservative: The third, which deals with the American Revolution and depicts the Founding Fathers in a positive light (although the DLC has them depicted negatively), and Assassin's Creed Unity, which depicted the French Revolution and its founders in a very negative light.

(On Far Cry 5)
The main villains of the game are inaccurately portrayed as Christians, while the previous game villains were more politically neutral (they include a psychotic pirate and an atheistic dictator). However, Jerome Jeffries, one of the characters who aids the player, is a Christian pastor. Richard "Dutch" Roosevelt, another supporting character, has a distrust for government. The game also occasionally pokes fun at liberals and paints the 2nd-amendment in a positive light.

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[From: Greatest Conservative Movies]
The Star Chamber, 1983, R, Michael Douglas is a Los Angeles judge whose idealism is shaken when he has to release guilty violent criminals on legal technicalities, until he meets similar judges who form a "court of last resort" to hunt down and execute deadly criminals who previously escaped on loopholes.

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Liberal censorship refers to liberal attempts to mute all opposition to liberal beliefs. This has become a core tenet of liberalism, and is an almost exclusively liberal practice in modern times

Such attempts to remove first amendment rights (see Fairness Doctrine), along with gun control and the outlawing of creation science and even homeschooling, have led many critics to note the parallel between the modern liberal movement and 20th century totalitarian regimes. The censorship of school prayer is consistent with Fascist beliefs

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(On The Matrix)

A hacker discovers his world is a replica of the world as it was before a cataclysmic future event in which intelligent machines took over humanity, so he joins a resistance to end the machines' reign. Despite this salvation narrative, the whole trilogy glorifies anarchism and nihilism (even including a brief nod to Jean Baudrillard's "On Nihilism" chapter from Simulacra and Simulation), hinting several times towards a pro-Communist, anti-American (with one scene in the first film, when Thomas Anderson meets Agent Smith, having Anderson's dossier listing Anderson as hailing from "FU, USA" which not-so-subtly is meant to say "[Censored] You, USA"), anti-Christian view. The second film's Architect scene tries to give a "devastating critique/twist" to salvation myths, with the Architect as a malevolent allegorical substitute for the Christian God. In this same scene, a panel of screens implicitly compares George W. Bush to Hitler during a discussion of evil in the world, and it features wars and conflicts specifically involving America. In fact, far-Left race-baiting scholar Cornel West was hired to play a role in the film specifically because the Wachowski Brothers (as they were known at the time) were influenced by his pro-socialist/Communist and anti-American rhetoric. The first film's throwaway dialogue between the main villain Agent Smith and the treasonous freedom fighter Cipher is a shallow attempt at insulting Ronald Reagan because Smith implies that Cipher will become the next Ronald Reagan should he succeed in betraying his allies to the agents. The trilogy's overall depiction of religion is closer to Gnosticism, even with Neo, the main protagonist, presented as a savior-figure. The Wachowskis openly admitted in an interview that they deliberately modeled the entire story after Friedrich Nietzche's writings.[21][22] The trilogy has been cited as the cause for various murders, ultimately leading to a variant of the insanity defense known as the Matrix Defense[23], and it shares similar themes to the Worst Liberal Video Game Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty because Hideo Kojima confessed that he intended to use the same themes for the game.[24] A fourth movie was announced to be in the works.[25]

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In 2011, DC Comics have stated that Superman intends to renounce his U.S. citizenship before the United Nations in Action Comics No. 900, “I’m tired of having my actions construed as instruments of U.S. policy … ‘truth, justice and the American way’ - it's not enough anymore.” DC Comics issued a statement saying "Superman announces his intention to put a global focus on his never-ending battle, but he remains, as always, committed to his adopted home..." [9] Superman, a symbol of American exceptionalism, now leads moral relativism by joining the “blame America first” league, however, since Superman is an alien from the planet krypton. The Superman series, along with every other ongoing DC series, has been relaunched as part of "The New 52" reboot, thus eliminating all previous DC canon, including the renunciation of Superman's American identity.

In addition, around 2003, Mark Millar wrote an "Elseworlds" story arc called "Red Son" where Superman arrived 12 hours earlier than before and landed in a Ukrainian farm under the USSR, and fought under the command of the Soviet dictator and mass murderer Joseph Stalin, who is depicted in a positive light.

Very recently, one comic in an anthology called Superman: Red and Blue, acting as a sequel to a World's Finest story during the 1970s, became notorious for it subjecting Superman to implied prison rape at the hands of his Red Army captors in a flashback, as well as the writer of the comic, John Ridley, strongly implying it was meant to be his commentary on the events of the so-called "insurrection" on January 6 by Donald Trump supporters.[10] Likewise, although not pertaining to Superman himself, his son was made bisexual in one of the more recent comics, and also infamously had his motto of "Truth, Justice, and the American Way" altered to "Truth, Justice, and a Better Tomorrow

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There is a theory in popular culture that Michelle Obama is a transgender man named Michael Obama.[9][10][11][12] There is fairly substantial evidence for this. Some photos of Michelle Obama show her with muscular arms, an Adam's apple and a bulge around her groin.[13][14] Her children were also conceived by IVF, and there are no photos that seem to show Michelle pregnant.[15] Barack Obama has frequently referred to his wife as "Michael" in the past.[16] His brother, and even Michelle herself, have claimed that she is male.[17][18] Barack also used to have a transgender nanny, who he is believed to have developed an attraction towards, and he once considered pursuing a homosexual relationship in college.[19][20] Many celebrities, including Joan Rivers and Alex Jones, have claimed to believe this theory, and Jones shared his own evidence.[21][22] #BigMike once even trended on Twitter, before it was censored by the liberal administrators.[23] This theory has been strongly criticised by the liberal mainstream media, and ignored by Wikipedia, which could mean that liberals are trying to cover it up.

According to PBS Frontline, facial recognition identifies Michelle Obama as a man.[24]

The Obamas.[7] The photograph, which many alleged fact checkers and Obama apologists claimed was a fake, was used by ABC News to sell the Obama's as a heterosexual couple.[8]

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A hacker discovers his world is a replica of the world as it was before a cataclysmic future event in which intelligent machines took over humanity, so he joins a resistance to end the machines' reign. Despite this salvation narrative, the whole trilogy glorifies anarchism and nihilism (even including a brief nod to Jean Baudrillard's "On Nihilism" chapter from Simulacra and Simulation), hinting several times towards a pro-Communist, anti-American (with one scene in the first film, when Thomas Anderson meets Agent Smith, having Anderson's dossier listing Anderson as hailing from "FU, USA" which not-so-subtly is meant to say "[Censored] You, USA"), anti-Christian view. The second film's Architect scene tries to give a "devastating critique/twist" to salvation myths, with the Architect as a malevolent allegorical substitute for the Christian God. In this same scene, a panel of screens implicitly compares George W. Bush to Hitler during a discussion of evil in the world, and it features wars and conflicts specifically involving America. In fact, far-Left race-baiting scholar Cornel West was hired to play a role in the film specifically because the Wachowski Brothers (as they were known at the time) were influenced by his pro-socialist/Communist and anti-American rhetoric. The first film's throwaway dialogue between the main villain Agent Smith and the treasonous freedom fighter Cipher is a shallow attempt at insulting Ronald Reagan because Smith implies that Cipher will become the next Ronald Reagan should he succeed in betraying his allies to the agents. The trilogy's overall depiction of religion is closer to Gnosticism, even with Neo, the main protagonist, presented as a savior-figure. The Wachowskis openly admitted in an interview that they deliberately modeled the entire story after Friedrich Nietzche's writings.[20][21] The trilogy has been cited as the cause for various murders, ultimately leading to a variant of the insanity defense known as the Matrix Defense[22], and it shares similar themes to the Worst Liberal Video Game Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty because Hideo Kojima confessed that he intended to use the same themes for the game.[23]

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The Shorenstein Center article attempted to paint BPS as an anti-Semite who believes that "Jewish bankers are ensnaring the world in debt slavery."[5] It fails to quote where BPS has ever said the term "Jewish banker" or even the word "Jew" and instead just quotes known alt-righters talking about Jews, and uses a lame argument of associate to slander and defame BPS as an Alt-righter.

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Rightpedia (en.rightpedia.info) was a misnamed national socialist (Nazi) wiki created by ex-Metapedia admins. The website contained anti-Semitic, racist and holocaust denial material. By its name, it appeared to be another false flag cyber operation to defame the Right by ignoring the fact that the Nazi Party, and Nazism itself, are on the far-Left of the political spectrum alongside other totalitarian ideologies like Communism, and that racism and anti-Semitism are particularly leftist traits.

Rightpedia trashed Conservapedia. They attacked this site for accepting the six million figure for the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, for rejecting Darwinism and the theory of evolution (both of which are embraced enthusiastically by the Left), supporting biblical creation, and for condemning the socialist policies of Adolf Hitler.[9]

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During a largely peaceful protest at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021 organized by Trump supporters in opposition to certifying the "official results" of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, a small mob broke into the Capitol Building violently, forcing the people inside to evacuate. Despite the MSM blaming the breaking and entering on President Trump, falsely accusing him of "inciting" the situation, evidence has suggested the militant storming to have been the result of infiltration by Antifa and paid protesters.[2][3][4]

CNN and NBC each paid BLM/Antifa terrorist John Sullivan $35,000 for his services inside the U.S. Capitol on Januuary 6, 2021.[5]

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Overwatch: Multiplayer shooter game that caters to SJWs and Cultural Marxists by needlessly making a popular character a lesbian, as well as adding in a muscular lesbian when leftists were offended by the game. The story of the game also subtly condemns private business while promoting the left-wing United Nations. In addition, it recently came under fire when Soldier 76, the closest the game had to a conservative character, was turned homosexual for absolutely no reason

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Although Wikipedia standards require discussion of gender, sexuality and homosexuality in straightforward plain English terms, the article "Netball in the Cook Islands" (a subject that has nothing to do with sexuality) decided to comment on the fact that some men and boys on the Cook Islands play what was historically a women's sport: "Most of the men and boys who play in these gender subverting netball games are straight, though a few of the men are laelae."[22] Why use judgmental terms like "gender subverting"? How many readers understand the full connotations and implications of the word "laelae"? What research was used to determine the truth of this sentence—did interviewers walk up to young boys playing netball on the Cook Islands and asked them how they felt about girls?

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Like climate scientists who believe science is ultimate truth and the cure for global warming, they conveniently neglect the scientific fact that science is responsible for fossil fuel production which created the climate crisis. Science with no moral underpinnings is responsible for the Tower of Babel, the Titanic disaster, the space shuttle Challenger disaster, the spectre of nuclear war hanging over humanity for all eternity, and now the coronavirus pathogens infecting the human species forever. Fauci justified his decision in 2012 to provide funding to the PLA front group at the WIV for gain-of-function research, converting deadly pathogens which only bats were susceptible over to infecting humans - despite dire warnings from within the scientific community,[19] in his words, "the benefits of such experiments and the resulting knowledge outweigh the risks.”[20]

Scientific progress was the motivating factor behind the Great Leap Forward in the late 1950s which systematically murdered some 60 million people by violence and by government-induced economic pressures and famine. The scientific progress was intended to tear China away from its 3,000-year-old traditional culture and norms. Fauci partnered with the same political party - the Chinese Communist Party - which has never held a free election nor reformed its ideology of holding the lives of individual citizens in low regard, in his gain-of-function research.

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My Little Pony and the Gay Agenda
Season 5, episode 9, titled "Slice of Life", as well as "Equestria Girls" short "All's Fair in Love & Friendship Games" heavily imply that the characters 'Lyra' and 'Bonbon' are in a lesbian relationship. In the episode they flirt, have romantic tension, then cuddle and make up at the end of the episode, in a public place no less. The later is entirely centered on their relationship and ends with them embracing as the scene closes in a heart shape. In addition to this, Season 5, episode 17 "Brotherhooves Social" features a male character (Big Macintosh) dressing in drag for much of the episode, visibly disturbing other characters, including children and his own underage sister. In addition, another unnamed male character heavily flirts with him, even showing up at the end of the episode with flowers for Big Mac, but is unable to find him.

Later on, near the end of season 9, the relationship between Lyra and BonBon is confirmed as they propose to one another and are married as a background event. It is likely that since season 9 was the last season, they assumed that any problems that arose from this would not affect them. In addition to this, the character 'Scootaloo' is confirmed to be raised by her lesbian 'aunts' (confirmed in the book "Ponyville Mysteries: Riddle of the Rusty Horseshoe" and by show staff Mike Vogel). Though they seem to be lesbian only in name, as none of their actions in show indicate this. Additionally, Scootaloo's real parents are still alive, but depicted as dismissive and uncaring, further demonizing the straight relationship.

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The Legend of Zelda series: Similar in vein to stories such as Lord of the Rings, Beowulf, and The Chronicles of Narnia, the games detail a classic message of good fighting evil, and also featured implicit Christian themes in the series (in fact, until the third game, the religion of the people in the games was supposed to be Christianity, hence the cross on Link's Shield in the first game). The main villain, Ganon, is revealed to have originally belonged to a group known as the Gerudo, who are depicted as a nearly all-female race (Ganon, or more accurately his human form Ganondorf, being the only exception) and having traits resembling Muslims, hinting at an anti-feminist/anti-Islam message. There was also a pro-family message in at least one game in the series, as one of the entries, Wind Waker, featured Link trying to save his sister after she was abducted early on in the game, as well as their getting along amicably throughout.

Metroid series: Although largely being based on the liberal movie franchise Alien, the game franchise has several conservative elements. Namely, it depicts piracy and terrorism in a negative manner in the form of the murderous Space Pirates who frequently act as the main antagonists of the franchise. The game Super Metroid also promotes parenthood in a positive light, as the main plotline of the game involved Samus Aran trying to rescue her "child", a Metroid hatchling she adopted after wiping out its race in the previous game due to it imprinting on her, from the Space Pirate forces. The Prime series also depicts the military in a positive manner in the form of the Galactic Federation Marines, and some of the Chozo Logs as well as the Luminoth also have some similarities to biblical accounts (i.e., the Worm, alluding to the titular antagonist Metroid Prime, alluding to Wormwood in the book of revelations). In addition, although the main protagonist, Samus Aran, is female, it does not promote the concept of feminism. The game Metroid Fusion also showcases the warnings of playing god and government corruption.

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(On Avatar)
The second highest-grossing feature in history, directed by liberal James Cameron, enforces many destructive messages, including environmentalism, feminism, and the absurd claim that nature is God. It also ridicules the military and large businesses. To make matters worse, the protagonist forms a rather creepy romance with the native princess, who is of another species, perhaps a symbol for bestiality. The overall plotline hints at endorsing environmental terrorism, which Cameron indicated that he himself supported.

(On Avatar 2)
Liberal atheist James Cameron's sequel to his highly overrated movie. This is yet another nonsensical screed against capitalism that pushes political correctness, wokeness, environmentalism, and feminism. Once again he celebrates eco terrorism and treats paganism as truth. He also portrays the US government as savage terrorists who remorselessly torture children.

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George Orwell is the pen name of Eric Arthur Blair (June 25, 1903 - January 21, 1950), a leading and open-minded English writer, essayist and journalist who became critical of his ideological allies on the Left. He hated imperialism[1] and grew more conservative, adopting and raising a child and becoming a member of the Church of England.[2] The tension between the increasingly conservative Orwell and the perception of him as a democratic socialist may account for some of his interesting word inventions like "doublethink". Because of his prominent liberal past, Orwell's conservative writings were accepted and praised by the clueless liberal intelligentsia. By the time Orwell adopted an infant in 1944, he was an outspoken opponent of abortion,[3] which may have accelerated his anti-communist work.

"Orwellian" is a term in tribute of his mockery of political attempts to control and redefine terminology.

Unlike most writers, Orwell's greatest works came late in his life. He harshly criticized communism and totalitarianism in 1984, his finest novel, as well as in his shorter fictional work Animal Farm (1946), an allegorical reference to the Russian Revolution. These works were far more significant than his first novel, based on his experiences on the Imperial Police Force in Burma, Burmese Dаys, which explored the evils of coloniаlism. His highly influential essay, "Politics and the English Language," attacked the liberal obfuscation which was already present in his day, and championed clear speech.

The inspiration for Orwell's growth into conservatism remains unexplored. Likely reasons include his open-mindedness, his adopting and then raising (due to his wife's untimely death) a child, and his disillusionment with Leftists while fighting on their side in Spain.

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(On Animal Farm)
A short story by George Orwell, it describes a farm run by socialist animals. The animals rebel against its owners and set up a new farm under socialist ideas, though this idealistic future devolves into a dictatorship run by Napoleon the pig. Although it seems to be more pro-socialist, as the book goes on it begins to show the dangers and corruptness that arises through communism. It is based on the beginning of the Soviet Revolution, and every character represents either a prominent Soviet leader or a group of Russian citizens (Such as the elderly or workers).
Two film adaptations have been released: an animated film in 1954 and a live-action/puppet film in 1999.

(On 1984)
Another classic book by Orwell, it focuses on a civilian living in a Socialist world. The earth is split into 3 Nations : Oceania (The Americas, Australia, South Africa, and England), Eurasia (All of Europe and Russia), and Eastasia (Japan, China, and other parts of South Asia). All 3 nations fight over the left over areas, like North Africa and the Middle East, which result in endless casualties. There is constant editing of history. People, places, and things are constantly erased or changed or added (similar to the acts of the Soviet Union). Words and thoughts are censored and use of them result in torture and death.

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(On Starship Troopers)
Although it overall depicts the Military in a protagonistic light and arguably is pro-war and pro-military, the director of the film, Paul Verhoeven, implied it was actually supposed to push an anti-military, anti-war message where it implied that America during the Cold War were automatically fascists simply because they are entering war, and specifically stated it was "a natural evolution for post-World War II America." In addition, to reinforce Verhoeven's message, he deliberately modeled various scenes after Triumph of the Will and other pro-Nazi propaganda scenes, as well as modeled the protagonists' uniforms after the uniforms utilized by the Nazis (i.e., the character Carl, played by Neil Patrick Harris, wearing a uniform that was modeled after the SS). When asked by Michael Ironside, who was one of the people who had a role in the movie and had read the original book, about why he made the movie despite Verhoeven's leftist politics, he answered "If I tell the world that a right-wing, fascist way of doing things doesn't work, no one will listen to me. So I'm going to make a perfect fascist world: everyone is beautiful, everything is shiny, everything has big guns and fancy ships, but it's only good for killing ******* bugs!" (note that fascism is not "right wing", it is left wing, so Verhoeven's incorrect regarding which wing the Nazis/fascists were part of).

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(About Get Out)
This racist horror comedy-drama follows an African American man who discovers to his shock that his white American girlfriend's parents transplant the brains of white Americans into the bodies of African Americans as if to strip their victims of African American cultural identity. It presents a false dichotomy between black and white culture and discourages American ideals such as interracial and intercultural integration, all while accusing white Americans of wanting to eliminate instead of integrate all racial subcultures in the nation.

(About The Purge)
Movie featuring gratuitous graphic violence, and normalization of violent degenerate behavior. It is based on a political movement called the "New Founding Fathers of America" (NFFA), which is portrayed as a reformation of the Republican party (this can be based on how a majority of the people that played roles for characters of the "NFFA" were white and old, which is how Liberals see Republicans). The protagonists are what would generally be considered by the Democrats to be people who would vote for them (black, Hispanic, Asian, women, etc.)