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Ted Cruz and Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist #wingnut thehill.com

COLONEL-KNIGHT-RIDER: Way to go, Ted! :clap:

(Lauding Ted Cruz for saying this quoted in the Hill article linked)

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) lashed out at Oprah Winfrey for saying white privilege is an “advantage,” accusing the Black media mogul of spewing “utter, racist BS.”

“Billionaire Oprah lectures the rest of us: ‘You still have your whiteness. That's what the term "white privilege" is. It means that whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter,’” the senator wrote on Twitter in response to an article from Glenn Beck’s conservative outlet The Blaze.

“What utter, racist BS,” he added.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #dunning-kruger #conspiracy #elitist #fundie #pratt deviantart.com

(congrats, Colonel-Knight-Rider, you discovered the debate tactic of pointing your finger and screeching No You!)

Following my most recent journal, one of Niam's friends, who's known as ryu238 on DA and whom I will hereafter refer to as "Jake" because of the real name he posted on his DA profile, was quick to spam me with anti-Trump articles from liberally biased sources, including the ever-dubious Reddit, hoping he could gain a new convert because of that. These instances, of course, aren't the first time someone from Niam's niche collective of degrading, condescending, and insulting leftists have actively tried to turn me to turn against Trump and make me question the conservative values I was raised with, thinking that doing so will somehow make me "better." Too bad I don't kowtow to people who obsessively bully me and my friends. Last time I checked, the Internet is not a police state, and they are not in charge.


So, what's my realization based on all this? Simple: Niam, Jake, and other regular users of the anti-conservative Website Fundies Say The Darndest Things (I would've sooner said anti-extremist conservative before learning they like taunting moderates just as much) are what they fear most: the nonbeliever equivalents of religious fundamentalists! Like religious fundamentalists (which I know I'm not—I don't read Genesis literally), they regularly heckle anyone who doesn't share their views in any way, and they emotionally blackmail people into feeling guilty for having views different from them by framing them for all kinds of bigotry they know they didn't commit. On top of that, they spam people like me with articles supporting their views, thinking that anyone who reads them will immediately accept them as fact and change their views accordingly (their version of Biblical literalism sans Bible).

In that sense, the title of the site refers to themselves more than it does their quoting targets. Ironic, isn’t it?

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #wingnut #dunning-kruger deviantart.com

{Submitter‘s note: Have you wondered what Colonel-Knight-Rider has been up to lately? Well, here‘s the gist: He‘s been harrassing a fellow DA user. There followed an attempt at apology. (Archived link)
That didn‘t last long.
Here (archived) and here (archived) is some interesting stuff but the real meat is here: (archived) which I quote from, bolding original, redacted the name of the OP:}

Ok you know what screw this where is that gun *grabs a revolver and takes one bullet and places in the revolver and spins the cylinder*

I'm just gonna come out and say it since no one else is brave enough to do so.

You, [REDACTED], are single-handedly the stupidest man on the entire planet.

Your right when you said I'm the most stupidest man on the entire planet I guess I am stupid

"Most stupidest?" Really? Was that intentional or accidental?

Yes, you are. And you know why you're dumb, [REDACTED]? Because you keep whining and moaning and complaining like, "I WANNA KILL MYSEEEEEELLFFF WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH POOR MEEEEE!!!! HAVE SYMPATHY FOR ME ME ME ME ME ME ME!!!!!!!!!!!" But you never do! It makes me wonder if these suicidal thoughts are even real.

I've told you once. I've told you twice. I've told you a thousand, thousand, THOUSAND TIMES that constantly complaining about how you're going to kill yourself and how much you hate yourself and your life does not attract people to your gallery. Have you noticed that no one is commenting on these suicidal status updates to show you sympathy anymore? That's because they've had it with seeing your same stupid shtick of round-the-clock raging about people you hate and whining about wanting to die so much every time they visit your page. So, go see a therapist, go talk to God, go talk to family, or go talk to a friend or a trusted coworker OFF THE COMPUTER because you need an attitude change. *Grabs you by the front of your shirt and pulls you up to his nose.* DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME??? DO I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR, YOU IGNORANT, UNGRATEFUL, WEAK-MINDED MOONBAT??????

Ok jeez

"Ok jeez" isn't gonna work this time, son. That usually means, "Okay, I'll do it, and then I'll forget about it the next day and do my same shtick again." Listen: I've been on this site longer than you have, so I know what it takes to bring people into my gallery: putting on a HAPPY FACE.

Now, I need you to show me some respect when I say that you need an attitude change. From now on, when I give you an order, I expect you to say, "Yes, sir." After that, I want you to follow up on that order. Any breaks from that order will result in disciplinary action. Do you understand?

Colonel-Knight-Rider fav.me

(The title of the journal entry was “'Be Politically Correct!' Reprise Revised” and is colonel-knight-rider’s reworking of the Be Prepared song from The Lion King.)

[Spoken]

[HYENA MESSENGER]
Scar! Guys! Good news!

[SCAR]
Silence, fool! Can you not see that I’m taking a moment to grieve the loss of my most famous musical number?

[HYENA MESSENGER]
That’s what I was coming to you to talk about! We’re gonna sing our song after all!

[SCAR]
Oh? Do go on.

[HYENA MESSENGER]
Yeah, but…uh…the vocals and lyrics are reworked to sound all shouty and scary and psycho. So, it might not capture the spirit of the original. It’s also a lot shorter.

[SCAR]
[Pauses]
Very honestly, I’m not sure what to make of that. It certainly sounds intimidating, but is it worthy of my original piece, especially when the new me lacks the human facial characteristics?

[2019 SCAR]
You’re just saying that because my voice actor is black, aren’t you, RACIST? Now, give me my privilege!

[SCAR]
*Gah!* What are you even doing here, Reboot Me?! I thought you were above getting triggered like social justice warriors. The problem isn’t the voice actors. It’s the realism. The very disturbing near-shot-for-shot reshoots of classic scenes with too much realism and not enough colorful facial expressions, body language, or other ways of expressing human emotion.

[SHENZI]
Yeah! And your hyenas ain’t even a little funny!

[BANZAI]
Get out before we eat you alive!

[Singing]

[SCAR]
It’s time Favreau came to his senses!
“Be Prepared” will receive an encore!
But, as per the audience consensus,
The Uncanny Valley’s in store.

[HYENAS]
Amid all the feuding and rages,
There’s one thing we do know for sure:
O.G. Disney lasts through the ages!
Live action remakes don’t endure.

[SCAR]
So, prep—

[2019 SCAR]
2-D films are yesterday’s message!
A clapped-out, distracted regime
Whose failings undoubtedly presage
The need for a different dream!

[SCAR]
*Hah!* You just plagiarized your own thesis,
Which now shows how lazy you are!

[HYENAS]
Like your film!

[SCAR]
I don’t care how lifelike your face is.
YOU’LL NEVER OUTWIT CLASSIC SCAR!!!

Still, prepare for a dark age for Disney.
Be prepared for the brand’s suicide.

[HYENA #1]
I heard they’ve for sure made
A black Little Mer—

[HYENA #2]
If we don’t spill details,
It might increase gross sales!

[HYENAS]
Our lack of emotion
Will lead to commotion!

[SCAR]
The Disney we once loved has died!

[ALL (–2019 SCAR)]
SJWs won’t leave us spared.
Be prepared!

[HYENAS]
SJWs won’t leave us spared.

[SCAR]
Be prepared!

Colonel-Knight-Rider #ufo rottenwebsites.miraheze.org

30. Similar to RationalWiki, FSTDT mocks people's beliefs in UFOs and has an entire tag dedicated to such ridicule. This clashes with Wikipedia's neutral, informative, and well-sourced article on the subject.

31. When people on other Websites criticize or counter-mock them, they do not usually take the criticism or counter-mockery well.

32. Regular user Niam2020/Niam2023 is a compulsive liar. He once played an elaborate prank on DeviantArt user Colonel-Knight-Rider, whom he frequently targets simply for sharing mainstream conservative views, that copied the plot of the obscure 1989 horror film Society, in which he played multiple roles all named for characters appearing in the film. CKR did not previously know that this film existed until he was informed about it by a friend, causing the entire scheme to unravel.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #homophobia #transphobia deviantart.com

I don't know whether it was because of social media sharing, a generous $20 donation, or both, but my petition to end Fundies Say The Darndest Things now has 275 signatures. That's over five times the average daily active user base on FSTDT and an increase of over 250 from when I last checked. Serves FSTDT right for quoting me, a guy whom even they acknowledge is harmless compared to most people they quote.

You can't win, you sons of guns. You're outnumbered now. Oh, and you may want to consider quoting Mickeymac96 instead of me if you must. He fits your definitions of "fundie," "psycho," and "moonbat" because he sends routine death threats to Donald Trump and Taylor Swift despite his claims of Christianity. Or maybe you don't want to quote him because you obviously share his Trump death wish.

{The following is from the comment section}

ShePhylis:
Yeah, the internets do not work that way and neither does US law. We "win" whenever you post more offensive bullshit, which you do a lot. You had your chance to talk but dunno if you forgot to mention it but you ran the fuck away whilst screaming something about how we are all blinded by hate to see your position and that was after you supposedly wanted to discuss things. You had to admit to us that you do not in fact see queer folks as valid people and consider them sick and in need of something, most likely the given iteration of the cosmic horror you worship. Face it, you're a fanatic, Bobby, touting that childish, simplified view of reality around like it's a virtue. You seemed like someone who could be reasoned with, until of course it came down to disputing your own bigotries, which you so delightfully hide behind your faith, like any good religious toadie. Yes, you're far from the monsters we often quote but you are far from harmless either. You're vocal about your bullshit, your cynical use of "inclusivness" to include your bigotries as valid convo points but disallow any offence to them and play the injured party at a drop of a hat. You mix an "ally" and a person who simply understands we're all valid people and deserve to be the final judges of our lives and how we want to live them, to you however, even that would be some sort of an autocratic dictate, as you've admitted plenty to both me and the guys. There is no "winning" this for you, Bobby. Each time you post some bigoted shit publicly on the web, we will quote it, just like that. There really ain't a thing you can do in this situation, except I suppose have a change of heart and decide to start living and letting live not just as a window dressing but in your actions and words as well.

Colonel-Knight-Rider:
Well, if it isn’t everyone’s favorite Satanist. I see you’ve finally resorted to trolling by showing up on my page, something you specifically said you and your fellow FSTDT users would not do. Consider this an epic fail to uphold one of the few standards you supposedly live by.

I never said that I should be the final judge of how you want to live your lives. If you want to mash private areas of the same type together or surgically alter your bodies so they match how you think your brains are wired, go ahead. That’s your life, not mine. I personally think doing that stuff is gross, but it doesn’t mean I see you as less than human. You live in Canada, the Great White North of the Free World, where there is literally nothing stopping you from living your life your way, so why whine about what some stranger says? You need to be more and less about what other people say about your sexual identity. You’ll be a lot happier when you do. I do not want to convert you. I could care less if you joined my church tomorrow and became friends with this lesbian realtor I know in our church (I still could use an explanation as to how she’s in our church). All I ask is for you to accept that I am not a “fundie.” I do not need to have a “change of heart” and see gays and trans folks’ bedroom behaviors and surgical operations as not gross. That stuff will always be gross to me, but it does not mean I think it’s a “disease.” Thinking it’s a disease would directly contradict our teaching that everyone and everything is useful and harmless, which is something everyone can choose to see for themselves to make the world a better place.

I cannot overstate that you are NOT the police of the Internet. You cannot tell me how to think, so, for the love of your juvenile parody religion, stop acting like you think you can.

Come to think of it, my church can’t tell me how to think either, but it does stress that actions have natural and logical consequences. Also, I don’t know if you were paying attention, but my God does not live exclusively in the sky or in space.

Oh, and this “Bobby” nonsense is not nearly half as funny as you think it is. You FSTDTers often fail to realize your own childish actions by fighting fire with fire. My name is Robert, and, while I will see people who do not identify as straight as friends so long as they embody such common virtues as lovingkindness, generosity, and a solid work ethic, I will never support homosexuality, bisexuality, pansexuality, or transgenderism in general, even if doing so would cause you to de-quote me immediately. I am not a “toadie.” I’m a leader. The leader of the revolution to expose the bitter truth about the most hotly opinionated liberal blog on the Web since RationalWiki, a site that goes sniffing around for “bigotry” while failing to acknowledge their own (seriously—you actually think “most” American conservatives are like the common stereotypes that FSTDT seeks to perpetuate!).

Colonel-Knignt-Rider #racist deviantart.com

Black Lives Matter: "We want progress!"

Also Black Lives Matter: "Progress is a white people value, and we must rebel against all white people values, so let's rebel against progress, and we'll make progress!"

lol wut? XD

https://www.newsweek.com/smithsonian-race-guidelines-rational-thinking-hard-work-are-white-values-1518333

https://nypost.com/2020/07/16/african-american-history-museums-whiteness-exhibit-raising-eyebrows/

I agree with the statement "Black lives matter." No one in their right mind would disagree. But who in their right mind would depict universal values unrestrained by skin color, creed, or nationality as somehow evil or oppressive?

Gwiber49
For me this was the straw that broke the camel's back. I used to kiss the ground they walked on, but after seeing this, I wouldn't spit in their direction.

ZackWriter23
that's it! it's official! in the future, instead of having flying cars and robots, being male and having white skin is gonna be the biggest crime next to murder.

GalvaEmperor
All Lives Matter, but these nutcases are ruining the world. Maybe they should I dunno leave America if they hate it so much

Colonel-Knight-Rider
Yes, we've descended into an age of anarchy. The reason they don't leave is that they believe they can change America by using an angry mob mentality and chaining themselves and others to the dark side of our nation's history. And yet, they don't realize that time spent dwelling in the past would be better spent making the most of the future. I know America isn't perfect, but I'm proud to be a part of this bold experiment in democracy.

I'm of the mind that life itself matters. If you think about it, life itself knows no color, creed, or nationality. Being alive is the gift we all share and share alike. For that reason, it should bring us together, not tear us apart.

Archived at https://archive.vn/TXMka

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist #homophobia deviantart.com

After my last post on a thread created by the paranoia-inducing cyber-bully JustAlongForTheRide, whom I can only conclude has been monitoring my page this whole summer, waiting like a jungle predator stalking its prey for me to say anything that doesn’t line up with his views, I’ve decided to take a break from his Website and not feed the trolls with more conservative/non-SJW commentary on it until I can resolve this whole thing. I’m tired of them acting like victims, especially a trans woman named Sarah who got offended by something I wrote that didn’t involve her at all, because they can’t take a joke from us non-SJWs, which are a more racially, politically, sexually, and spiritually diverse audience than SJWs are willing to admit. I mean, sure, discrimination is the worst, but, if you want it to end, the key is not to quote people in a way that lets you mock and ridicule them in a “safe space” without opposition. Nor is it complaining about how you’re a victim in hopes of gaining sympathy. The key to overcoming discrimination is to not let it hurt you at all and only act in self-defense if it truly gets violent. Focus on what change you can bring about in the future, not how you’ve been discriminated against in the past or present. That’s what separates civil rights activists from Black Lives Matter, feminists from feminazis, and members of the LGBT group against SJWs of which my friend :iconclaireaimee: is a member from LGBT people like Sarah. Acting like a victim does not earn my respect. I know because, in the distant past, acting like a victim didn’t do any good for me.

With that in mind, what do you guys think separates non-SJWs from SJWs? Please discuss in the comments section of this status update—but please also keep it civil and don’t mock each other!

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobia deviantart.com

What I meant was that I was trying to cobble together a collaborative Pokémon fanfic movie synopsis when my coworker threw in a couple of gay Pokémon from out of nowhere and played victim after I said no. He called me a homophobe for choosing my family values over his selfish interests, I called him out for non-Nintendo-canon stuff that he included but I didn’t want, and we split.

LGBT+ characters actually make up 8.5% of what’s on American TV now, even though only they make up only half that percentage in America’s real population. I assure you they are far from marginalized. And, fortunately for them, this is the Internet: the most powerful and pervasive media tour-de-force of our time, a land of virtually unlimited opportunities to make themselves heard and not be marginalized.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist deviantart.com

[Not the complete work. Just the, ahem, “highlights”.]

[…]

In Missouri, my mother found the public education system was clearly flawed, as evidenced by the Montessori preschool model, so homeschooling became our choice of education from grades K-8. With that, my brother and I gradually became conscious of persistent politically liberal bias and racial discrimination against Caucasians in education, so we developed strong rebuttals to incorrect assumptions and overgeneralizations of political conservatives and Caucasians like us. While our parents emphasized education with minimal time for many (but not all) of the films, TV series, and video games that many of my peers love (and every summer was spent studying something!), we received a rich cultural knowledge from all decades preceding 2000. In adulthood, though, we have increased our knowledge of 21st century popular culture thanks to Web searching and being more actively involved in reading the news. Altogether, we two brothers were raised to succeed and to think deeply about life.

As time passed, I learned more and more of the legacy of my mother’s father, a renaissance man in whose honor I was named. He proposed to his future wife the first of two times at age 10 […] and he had Herculean strength that let him balance people on one hand. Most of all, he saw good in everything and everyone, something I aspire to do even when faced with the fiercest of adversaries.

[…] The San Francisco Bay Area was where I spent my elementary and most of my middle school years. There, I attended various homeschool “park days” and made some acquaintances, but I wish I had more social skills to make lasting friends—come to think of it, some of them needed social skills improvement, too.

The family moved up to the Seattle Area in September 2005 for 8th grade through high school. I discovered the power of distance learning, which I found was like homeschooling with remotely submittable homework. At a homeschool co-op, where I attended extracurricular classes, I met Stephanie, an aspiring impressionist painter whom I assumed would be the love of my life until six years later, when I learned I’d been accidentally convinced that her family didn’t drink alcohol when they did (but I learned not to raise my expectations in women too high, so that was good). In 2007, I met another girl whom I assumed would be the love of my life—Jana, a possible incarnate angel (not an incarnate winged humanoid but an incarnate thought from God) who encouraged me to pursue singing on stage—until I chose to email Stephanie more frequently over her (regrettably! ^^;) and we lost touch.

[…]

At about age 9, I watched the film Super Mario Bros., loosely based upon the eponymous video game series, and believed it my destiny to remake the commercial and critical failure, confident that my work would succeed.

At age 16, I saw 2008’s attempt to reboot Glen A. Larson’s classic 1982-86 TV series Knight Rider and became fascinated with the idea of having a hyper-competent automobile for a sidekick. Since I’ve always loved the idea of suits of armor as symbols of protection and strength, I pictured an actual, armored Medieval knight inside a talking car, and the image of superhero “Captain Knight Rider” was born. I soon after changed the name to “Colonel Knight Rider” after watching an episode of the classic period sitcom Hogan's Heroes, whose main character happens to be named Colonel Robert E. Hogan (Bob Crane), because I felt “Captain” was an overused title for costumed vigilantes. Until I volunteered to help out with the Webcomic Nash & Friends, this image was nothing more than an abstract concept in my head. He had no defined world, personality, friends, or enemies for years.

[…]

Today, I’m a young accountant who consults with a startup where my father acts as CFO, and I have a contract accounting job with a customer base relations aid company that may become a full-time position—if God decides it's a good match, of course.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #racist #homophobic #fundie deviantart.com

[Highlights from a piece titled “My Complete Failed Attempts At Romance”]

[…]

When I was 19, I realized I had fooled myself into thinking Stephanie and her family didn't drink alcohol when they did.

When I was 20, my brother's then-girlfriend found for me Maria, a practice date, but I was so stupid and ignorant because of my ADD that I didn't even remember the plan. Then again, she was only a practice date because she was Hispanic Catholic, and we can't marry any Catholics.

When I was 23, I thought I had a shot with Kelsey, but she then decided she was a lesbian and moved to Canada.

When I was 24, I thought I had a shot with Chelsae before she never replied to my pseudo-date invitation. Later, I realized I would've betrayed my family principles if I'd dated her because she had a complicated floral tattoo on her neck's back, conveniently concealed by her hair.

Also when I was 24, I tried online dating and thought I had a shot with a cheerful, perfectly curvy, redheaded, God-fearing aspiring writer until I realized she had probably found a match three weeks earlier.

So, my single watchers: if you think you're struggling to get a love life, you haven't seen my own struggles.

Perhaps Mom was right: the best option is to move to the Southern U.S. and find one of an infinite supply of matchmakers at a church whose wisdom and male mind-reading skills could have me walking down the aisle in a month.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #fundie deviantart.com

[Highlights from “100 Truths by Colonel Knight Rider”.]

[…]
26. First crush?—My babysitter. But it was an innocent love of her personality, the kind I hope to apply to a real adult relationship.
[…]
28. Any talent?—I may not be a genius in the literal sense of the word, but I am one of the fastest-thinking men alive with a unique set of memory techniques that not even I can fully explain. If I could, I'd be in MENSA.
[…]
38. Drink?—Milk, the signature, calcium-enriched drink of Colonel Knight Rider. *In Sean Connery's voice,* Fat-free, not whole.
[…]
45. Fallen in love with someone?—Yes, but it's never been reciprocated because this is a post-feminist world. The problem with girls in my generation is that, as another former babysitter of mine told my mother, there are too many of them whose mothers have told them that they "don't need guys" to live long and fulfilling lives.
46. Celebrated Halloween?—Formerly. Now I just make Deviations about it.
47. Had your heart broken?—I guess I just answered that one.
[…]
52. Deleted an entire paper?—No, but I've heavily revised a few to the point where it feels like deleting and starting over again.
53. Did something you regret?—Yes, but it brought me to DeviantArt, proving that all things work together for those who love God…and those who choose not to listen but work hard to be good people anyway.
[…]
59. Left the country?—Not yet, but hopefully some day on vacation! Or I could leave when America becomes so politically divided that I'm the last man in my church, at which point I'd go into self-imposed exile Yoda-style.
[…]
66. Stayed single for two years since the first time you had a date?—For nearly 26 years, yes.
[…]
71. Plans for today?—Struggle to find a decent job, play superhero on the Internet, repeat. So, the usual.
72. Waiting for?—A girl who's sweet, innocent, thoughtful, deep, listens well, gives good hugs, is not a feminist, and wants to date me.
73. Want kids?—Naturally!
74. Want to get married?—So much that I admit to unintentionally sounding like a girl when I talk about it.
[…]
81. Hook-up or relationship?—Relationship. Have you ever met a true knight who does casual hook-ups?
[…]
85. Held a gun or knife in defense?—Only in a dream where I killed a childhood nightmare with one bullet. It was a few months before my 18th birthday, so I like to think of it as my own personal rite of passage into adulthood. =P Today, whenever I think of the dream, which ended when I woke up seconds after the kill, I imagine it continuing with the sun rising out my bedroom window at the time as I hear that guy from the first shot of The Lion King shout his famous Zulu lyrics: "NAAAAAAAAAAAAAANTS' INGONYAAAAAAAAAAAAAMA BAGITHI BABAAAAAAAAAAA!!!" signifying the dawn of a new, prosperous era free of childhood nightmares.
[…]
86. Killed somebody?—There are three types of folks who could answer this question affirmatively: psychopaths, law enforcement officers, and people in the Armed Services. In truth, I'm none of the three.
[…]
97. Is there one person you really want to be with right now?—My wife, whom God has already chosen but I haven't yet seen.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist deviantart.com

As long as the hashtag “#racist” still appears in the top results when people search for my public display name, I figured I should take the liberty of explaining why this is not true. At the risk of being harassed yet again by the stranger who’s been monitoring my every move since June, these are the major reasons why I’m #notracist.

[…]

2. I call Jordan Peele’s Get Out the most racist comedy (emphasis on comedy) I’ve ever seen because it’s a Stepford Wives ripoff that presents a nonexistent and very peculiar dichotomy between African American culture and white American culture. I laughed my lungs out the whole way through because of that.
3. Speaking of which, while the Oscars were once biased against African Americans, I believe they’re now biased against white Americans, especially given the nature of last year’s Best Picture nominations. As it says in one of my favorite MLK memes ever: “Don’t be racist against blacks. Don’t be racist against whites. It’s not complicated, people!” Sadly, the United States has a long history of polar extremes at each other’s throats.
[…]
5. I have multiracial and multinational fantasy voiceover casts in my Nintendo Cinematic Universe fanfiction movie plot summary journals not because of their national origins or skin colors but because I believe they can best capture their assigned characters’ personalities.
6. Even if I were prejudiced against Russians, which I’m not, I still wouldn’t technically be racist because Russian is NOT a race. It’s one of many cultural expressions of the white race. Cultural prejudice would be a more accurate term. Nevertheless, calling the folks who steal DeviantArt accounts and replace all their content with bogus porn site links Russian and saying that they perpetuate negative stereotypes of Russians does not make me culturally prejudiced against Russians. I’m simply condemning the crooks for making peaceable Russians, which I acknowledge make up most of the country’s populace, look bad. Every color, culture, and creed in the world has a majority of law-abiding people and a small percent of crooks. My father once said that, to every stereotype, there is a tiny kernel of truth. Therefore, stereotypes are those tiny kernels of truth blown to obscene proportions.

[After that it either repeats itself or goes on long rants about the readership here at FSTDT which I didn’t include so as to avoid going to tl;dr. Feel free to look at it yourself.]

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobia #fundie deviantart.com

saturdaystorytellers, alias characterconsultancy, is up to her tricks again, calling me "homophobic" and trying to convert me into an LGBTQ+ activism ally just because I didn't want to feel guilty for including gay Pokémon in a collaborative fanfiction that didn't involve her, knowing that doing so would compromise the virtues I was raised with. And, this time, she's posted an entire self-righteous journal entry about it on the second of these accounts.

Discrimination and the Work I Do, by characterconsultancy

Look, Rowan: I don't care what your sexuality is. Please just stop trying to force it on me, okay? Lord knows I don't force my heterosexuality on you. What if I told you it's heterophobic to assume heterosexuals are inherently homophobic? And never tell me that my parents don't love me unconditionally. They love me no matter what I do to unintentionally upset them. Even if I told them right now I use DeviantArt, they wouldn't like the fact that I use it but would still love me as a person with all their hearts. They were first to suggest that I should be a voice actor. The fact that you think they dislike me as a person even to a small degree only proves that you're still bitter about your parents' not approving of your being a lesbian. You can't tell me who to be. You can't tell Mom and Dad who to be. So, stop playing mind games and leave me alone. I will change only for God, not for a stranger I met online.

I hope the next voice acting talent agent I find doesn't have a god complex as big as yours.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #racist deviantart.com

[Excerpt from a short story in CKR's original universe, using an avatar of someone he has had a quarrel with as a villain, apparently without their knowledge or permission. In this bit, the hero stops to talk values with his dad.]

“I did, Pops! Feminism today isn’t what it was in the beginning. Nor are a lot of activist movements or their spinoffs. We now have women who vote, run companies, hold political offices, and much more. Discrimination against them is losing its grip on society. And all that’s terrific! But some people are just addicted to playing the victim card to get attention even after all those discrimination problems are resolved.”

“Aye! The same goes for people with darker skin. More families of theirs than afore are in the middle and upper class as well as the government, and that number’s growin’ daily on every planet you can name. And what’s more, the man in charge of Columbia’s workin’ tae aid those of them who are still stuck in poverty as a part of his mission tae put Columbia first. But hatin’ on their police and threatening tae kill the man in charge when he hasn’t ordered the death of anybody on his planet who doesn’t look like him? Those are takin’ it a wee bit too far.”

“Yeah, they’re all like, ‘Orange man bad!’” Robert and Angus laughed in unison. “I mean, I feel sorry for the guy because he doesn’t always know how to say what to say, but having him in charge of one planet won’t bring about the end of the universe.”

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist deviantart.com

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[Transcript: “I’ve been called a racist. Who cares.]

[And in the comments…]

In the meantime, I'm going to do a tried, tested, and true method to make sure FSTDT vanishes from my top Google search results: simply create more social media accounts bearing my user name and draw more crowds to them, starting with Genius Lyrics. I've got 245 "IQ" points already, 100 just for adding an avatar!

Liberty Counsel for Flogging of Deceased Horses Award

"We'll Sue You In England"

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #racist #homophobia change.org

Have you ever had anything you've said on the Internet misconstrued as racist, sexist, homophobic when you know you're not any of the three?
Have you ever been labelled a dangerous fundamentalist or religious "fanatic/nut" for innocently saying that God has a romantic match for you?
Have you ever been called harmful to society even if you've never intentionally mistreated someone of another skin color, someone of the opposite sex, someone with a different orientation than yours, or someone with a different faith than yours?
Have you ever been insulted for how you choose to present yourself online when you adopt a creative alter ego to do so?
Have you ever been accused of a god complex for paraphrasing cartoon Batman to both describe your current mood and make your dearest friends who know you well laugh?
Have you ever had personal identifying information (PII in legalese) that you've put on the Internet shared on another site without your permission so the person who steals your information can encourage others to mock, demean, defame, or otherwise indirectly harass you, only to have the harassers claim that they have the right to mock you because it's public?
Have you ever been mocked for choosing milk over alcohol?
I have. And, if any of the above applies to you, you're likely a victim of the aptly-named Website "Fundies Say The Darndest Things," too. They have been monitoring my every move on DeviantArt since early June this year, continuously waiting for me to post anything they disagree with or they believe they can ridicule and persecute, and refuse to cease and desist.
People of faith outnumber those without faith in the real world. However, since the dawn of the digital age, militant anti-theists (not to be confused with more pacifistic atheists and agnostics) have ruled the Internet with an iron fist, seeing as the Internet is a new, virtual territory previously unclaimed by any religion, culture, or nation. They have robbed ordinary, innocent people of all faiths of our right to free speech and tearing down everything we say based on the belief that only they should have fun and our lives should be a living nightmare. "Fundies Say The Darndest Things," which singles out ordinary people of faith and gangs up on them for their beliefs, only adds to the problem. For 16 years, they have reigned unopposed, taking our social media activity at random out of context to mischaracterize us all as racists, sexists, homophobes, and fundamentalists—allegedly for "fun"—when we know that being any of the four would violate the teachings that Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and most other leading religions were founded on. It's fair to say that they do sometimes find people who legitimately belong to the aforementioned hate groups, but those aren't most people of faith, and they know it, even if they refuse to admit it.
They are also guilty of confirmation bias—I once wrote an extensive rebuttal to their claims that I'm "racist," which they honestly requested, but they only quoted the parts they felt they could attack and ignored anything they could not.
Worst of all, they have willingly dug into my past DeviantArt journal entries and posted some of what I consider to be PII, including autobiographical information about me and my immediate and extended family, to encourage others to indirectly harass me. As a resident of California, I can honestly say that this is ILLEGAL per California Penal Code 653.2 PC.
In sum, FSTDT is a criminal syndicate that uses unethical and illegal means to accomplish a nihilistic goal that only worsens relations among people with and without faith. Despite their claims of innocuousness, the majority of FSTDT users has no respect for others' rights to their faiths. They will never post anything positive about whomever they choose to attack. Their entire business model is centered on tearing people down, and they continue to harass targets for as long as said targets continue to post anything that contradicts what FSTDT's populace believes, seemingly never losing interest in their targets. They are serial cyberstalkers who represent the very basic problem with the Internet and social media: a lot of times, we think we know someone we've never met in the real world, but we don't. And although I admit to making this mistake, too, at least I try to get to know the truth when I realize I've done wrong. FSTDT refuses to do likewise because they are mindless sociopaths who can neither feel guilt nor control their animalistic impulses. They are an infinitesimally small but obnoxiously loud group of Internet users hopelessly addicted to finding things they disagree with to fuel the hatred off of which they thrive. Therefore, unless they learn to agree to disagree (which they have told me to do but have made no effort to practice themselves), they must be vanquished from the Internet. In the meantime, you are advised to take extreme caution when dealing with FSTDT—they could distort literally anything you say. And don't be surprised if you find this petition posted on their Website and see them tearing it down. That's just their customary addiction at work.
And remember: the Internet has no real power to define who you are. You have the natural right to define who you are. Do not let hatred on the Internet destroy you in the real world. You are not racist. You are not sexist. You are not homophobic. You are not fundamentalistic. You do not have a god complex. You are loved. Because you are loved, no hatred can touch you. Internet negativity against you is not a power. It is nothing to fear. It is a direct insult to true strength which is bound to destroy itself.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist #wingnut deviantart.com

I stopped watching SpongeBob ever since its seasonal rot. However, I still care about the show to a degree, especially since I learned today that Professor Holly M. Barker at the University of Washington just called SpongeBob racist and pro-colonialism. She says this is because it takes place in the Bikini Atoll, which has a checkered history with respect to World War II and its aftermath. Clearly, she's just begging for her 15 minutes of fame.

I guess Super Mario's bizarro nemesis is no longer the only thing with a purple W logo I don't like.

I've read about it...I still don't get HOW THE SHOW IS RACIST!!

Neither do I! Nor has anyone who's called the following song of mine racist explained why they think that.

'Be Politically Correct!' Reprise Revised

They just mock me instead of talking civilly about what I can do to better communicate the main point of the song: live action remakes of Disney classics suck.

Why has reality abandoned us?

Real history is still in our library books somewhere. The media just wants to censor it.

Which is why we must protect it

Yes, we must do so for future generations. Without anyone to carry on the truth that our contemporary culture is not as racist/generally offensive as the media has made it out to be, we have no method of preserving facts.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #wingnut #pratt deviantart.com

Wanna know why this quarantine is all based in fear?

We fought the Revolutionary War during a smallpox epidemic and were not afraid in those days. Not only that, but we fought World War I during a Spanish Flu epidemic, and fear did not stop us from victory back then either. The country has grown too soft, and we've been boxed in for too long. As my good friend Scott/SpecialGuestStar says, it's time to get out and go.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #wingnut #homophobia deviantart.com

I wasn’t always like the person you described in this journal. For years on DeviantArt, I never said anything about homosexuality, knowing full well the risk of discussing what is still a touchy subject to this day. Plus, any real Christian will tell you that hatred is a sin. Not until my conflict with Realshow early last year did I give in to the temptation to be more openly conservative after seeing many other Deviants do the same. This in turn led to the domino effect of misdeeds you’ve convicted me of.

I don’t need to learn what homophobia is. I know what it is. That’s why I never said anything that could be read as such for the first 4.5 years of my DA career. Realshow’s demand that I change my views was the straw that broke the camel’s back. And now, I'm under the impression that you're demanding the same of me.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie deviantart.com

(because child abuse is TOTALLY okay if the parents say you brought it on yourself. Keep in mind CKR wants a family of his own.)

-You think I don’t know that I’m “questioning” my parents by being on social media? Well, duh! Of course, I am! But that doesn’t necessarily mean I’ll abandon all of their teachings. What I didn’t say in the poem I wrote was that I was the source of their acts of physical aggression because I was a disobedient child in those instances. It’s not their fault. It’s mine.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie deviantart.com

-Why would I lie to you about empathy considering that’s what you want to see from me? Of course, we both got angry at each other eventually. But I will tell you that I wrote an apology last October, in which I even gave credence to his argument that I don’t understand how gay people work, to which he has yet to respond. On a related note, for a guy who’s going on and on and on about empathy and accepting people as they are, this journal doesn’t appear to contain any message like that. I wish you’d practice more of what you preach, but I doubt that’ll come true.
-Excuse me! You are not in a position to tell my parents, or anyone’s parents for that matter, how to raise a child without saying it directly to them. You don’t know them, and they don’t know you. And besides, they said I need to forgive them because forgiveness is what Christianity is ultimately all about, so I do forgive them. It’s not good to hold on to grudges, especially those towards people you don’t know. That said, I need to let go of my grudge against Realshow because I don’t know who he really is and because he’s moved on to other projects.
-I never said my parents yanked out my baby tooth. I said they wiggled it to test how lose it was at the time. When I disobeyed them by throwing a hissy fit, they punished me for disobedience so I would never again react like an immature child to having a deciduous tooth wiggled. And it worked!

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #racist #homophobia #fundie deviantart.com

Speaking of political tribalism, there's a Website that's been around since 2003 called Fundies Say The Darndest Things (FSTDT, for ease of reference). It's a safe harbor where staunchly leftist atheists and skeptics believe they're free to anonymously ridicule and mock whatever they take out of context. As a former 40-year atheist who calls himself Stan wrote five years ago, "…there is a link to context, but no one seems to have used it in my case [or in any target's case]. It's the sort of snake pit where the target du jour is countered with comments like '[censored],' and the standard logic errors which they insist are the logical answers to the 'idiot' they are trashing." I've been targeted by one such FSTDT member, who joined the site upon discovering my DA page: a third-wave feminist of likely British origin, given how she spells specific words, known only as JustAlongForTheRide. She's called me racist, sexist, homophobic, and a Christian Fundamentalist—all things that I know are completely untrue about me—simply because I'm a straight, white Protestant male who's politically and fiscally conservative. She's also done the same to Claire, a young lesbian friend of mine, plus a lesbian pornographic writer friend of mine who uses the pen name Sunny Johansen. I find both ironic on multiple levels.

In addition, I may have voted for Trump but only because I perceived him as the lesser of two evils (he knows what to say but not how to say it). John Kasich was my actual first choice because of his professional cadence. Not that the folks at FSTDT care because, to them, anybody who votes for Trump is "in love" with him and is required by law to be subject to as much public shaming as he is. :roll: :laughing:

So, be on the lookout for a completely anonymous British woman with no discernible features: if you say anything she doesn't like, she will take it out of context and use it against you.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #racist #homophobia deviantart.com

Umm, yeah, no. No, I do care about those communities. I'm fine with them being represented in cinema. I wouldn't call Lillies of the Field one of my favorite movies of all time otherwise. What I'm not okay with, and what you don't seem to get (or want to accept) is why current 21st century Hollywood is doing that sort of thing: to make themselves appear more "woke" to their target audience and get their money and praise. Modern Hollywood is exploiting racial minorities and LGBT people in America by treating them as popular trends, or moneymakers, or attention-grabbers, or Oscar bait instead of as people. Maybe bigwig Hollywood producers do care about those groups, or maybe they don't—I'm not a mind-reader. But, either way, do you not see how dehumanizing being treated as fashion trends instead of as people is to those groups? The problem is not who gets represented in cinema but how they're being used for other people's personal gain. I feel sorry that people of color and LGBT people are being exploited by those greedy sons of guns at the top who want to look more "woke" but are as greedy as the average Hollywood producer has always been.

Another fundamental problem is that Hollywood’s handling of race relations has deteriorated over time. Consider, for instance, Lillies of the Field or Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? They handled race relations beautifully by presenting both black people and white people as smart but in different ways (there is, after all, no such thing as one kind of smart), all while showing that we all have the same capacity for good regardless of skin color. Now, in the 21st century, we get movies like the aptly-named Guess Who? and Get Out or TV series like The Neighborhood, which convey messages such as “White people bad, black people good,” or “White people dumb, black people smart.” This is not to say that Hollywood is incapable of going back to how it used to handle race relations—a rare gem like Bob Hearts Abishola, created by the genius who brought us Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, presents both races as different kinds of intelligent and shatters cultural barriers to show how much we’re all alike even though we have different skin colors, accents, and manners of dress. But still, I’d like to see more of those positive messages from Hollywood.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist deviantart.com

{Archived source: http://archive.is/M0cMz}

The way I see it, Black Lives Matter started out well-intentioned but has since become as corrupt and violent as the newsworthy police officers they oppose. According to George Floyd's brother Terrence, who's suffering the most from losing George, this level of violence that's giving people in LA another reason not to leave their houses—my brother included—is not something the late George would've wanted or supported. In his words, "Y'all doing nothing because that's not going to bring my brother back at all."
Yes, I believe that black lives matter. Think of the rich scientific, political, religious, artistic, musical, and literary contributions the black community has made for the benefit of the great nation that is the United States! But how many other lives have to be taken regardless of skin color before it's universally accepted that black lives matter? There is a better way than violent wars or verbal wars. I know it!
Speaking of which, I'm not a black person, but I know what it's like to be discriminated against. I once had a Hispanic teacher in my 2-year college days who gave lower grades to black, white, and Asian students all alike while championing Hispanic students. She even admitted to racism against whites when she said she was astounded that one of my high-scoring assignments came from a white person, implying that she thought of anyone not belonging to La Raza as intellectually inferior. Long story short, she doesn't work at my 2-year college anymore, and I didn't have to organize a violent protest to get her fired. Still, because of this experience, I can empathize with people of other races who've been judged based on skin color. Yes, being given lower grades based on race is not as severe as being arrested and killed based on race, but discrimination is discrimination no matter the level of severity or who the victim race is. And senseless violence is not the key to ending it. In my case, all I had to do was testify anonymously.
Unfortunately but unsurprisingly, a lot of left-wing corporations like the ever-woke Disney are in favor of the awful violence and destruction instead of supporting peaceful conflict resolution and use of words, not weapons, as means of stripping racism of its power.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #pratt deviantart.com

Remember, watchers: if you ever hear me speak out against the lockdown or how the media depicts the reasons for the lockdown, that does not mean I want to harm you guys by exposing you to danger. My words are only "harmful" if people act on them by putting themselves in danger. To the best of my knowledge, no one I know has acted on my lockdown criticisms or caught the virus as a result. Thank goodness!

I also do not condone any rash decisions people might make based on my speaking out against the lockdown—that's tempting fate, which I don't encourage anyone to do. There's a reason why I tell a group of knights in a cartoon of mine to keep their visors down in the presence of others.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #pratt #wingnut #homophobia #transphobia #racist rottenwebsites.miraheze.org

1. Overall, FSTDT is similar to RationalWiki in that it's a left-leaning, mostly atheist and agnostic echo chamber where members more often act like petulant jerks who, by their own admission, love mocking and "calling out" people for saying things they don't like to hear instead of defeating others' arguments rationally. The key difference is that, unlike RW, FSTDT does not masquerade as an encyclopedia.
2. In 2014, a former 40-year atheist and blogger named Stan described the site as a place "…where Atheists and skeptics can have a safe harbor in which to ridicule that which they take out of context. Actually there is a link to context, but no one seems to have used it in my case. It's the sort of snake pit where the target du jour is countered with comments like "asshole", and the standard logic errors which they insist are the logical answers to the "idiot" they are trashing
3. The fact that many users choose to remain anonymous proves that they know what they're doing, while not illegal per se, is unethical enough that they don't want to get caught doing it, especially by the religious friends that many members claim to have in real life.
4. Their whole business model is flawed because, if there were no more writings they don’t like for them to quote on the Internet, the enterprise would lose its purpose and collapse.
5. Their arguments against whatever quotes they find are generally one-sided and full of logical fallacies, often as extremely ideologically biased towards the left as are those on RationalWiki or SJWiki, especially since quotes are taken out of context.
6. They tend to give tags to quotes that do not reflect the quote authors' original intentions, including giving the tag "#fundie" to quotes that have only minimal to no religious connotations. This makes it clear that they want their interpretations of anything they quote to be the only true and correct interpretations.
7. Although they aim to provide links to context for every one of their quotes, users don't seem to reference or pay attention to that context.
8. Many of their arguments amount to nothing more than argumentum ad hominems, or personal attacks, with childish insults and name-calling as well as lazy, unimaginative sex jokes solely to get a rise out of people.
This is often the case with their comments on many quotes under their tag "#dunning-krueger," which refers to people that they believe are "not nearly as smart as they think they are." It's another way of saying, "You're dumb because we said so!" and renders them guilty of the same sense of elitism that they condemn various quoting targets for showing.
The same principle applies to their tag "#pratt," an acronym for "Point Refuted A Thousand Times," which indicates a sense of laziness and unwillingness to have a civil debate and basically says, "We’re right, you're wrong, so shut up already."
9. The people running and/or contributing to it do a terrible job at sourcing for their quotes: many links to context are dead (happens a lot with links aged 10 years or older); image only; and unarchived social media posts that can be easily forged, deleted, or modified.
10. They hate U.S. President Donald Trump so much that they normally avoid saying "Trump" like the Bubonic Plague and do not offer any impartial criticism or say anything forgiving about him, believing that anyone who shows any sympathy or forgiveness towards him is a racist, neo-Nazi, or "wingnut" by association.
They like to whitewash originally well-intentioned but nowadays corrupt and violent groups such as Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and the feminist movement.
11. They deny that feminism in history has come in waves and that, in the recent past with third-wave feminism/feminazism, the feminist movement is now a shell of its former self. They even accuse anti-feminist women of being "hypocrites".
12. Anyone who does not support toxic modern feminism is automatically a "#sexist" in their eyes.
13. Anyone who does not support BLM's violent behavior is automatically a "#racist" in their eyes.
They mislabel people guilty of ethnic hatred or xenophobia as "racist" even though individual human races/skin colors are not one and the same as ethnicities or national identities.
14. Like many social justice warriors, they promote minority groups in ways that even minority groups themselves might find offensive. For example, they support LGBTQ2+ characters being inserted casually into entertainment regardless of quality or consequences, force everyone to accept them and condemn anyone who doesn’t accept them or care about their activism, and suggest that anyone who isn’t pro-LGBTQ2+ is automatically a homophobe. All of this essentially gives the LGBTQ2+ community in the real world a bad name.
15. They give credence to the idea that there are more than two genders.
16. As their Website's title implies, they have no qualms in using Christophobic (anti-Christian) language. For example, when discussing matters of Nazism and religion, they often go on screeds about how Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party were (allegedly) Christian. In reality, Hitler was staunchly opposed to mainstream Christianity, according to his Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, and saw it as a branch of Judaism, which he of course hated even more. He thus invented the false religion of "positive Christianity" to deceive German Christians of the day into thinking that they were doing "God's work" by serving the führer.
17. Though one of their tags is "#moonbat" for quotes composed by "left-wing nutjobs," this tag is hardly ever used compared to "#wingnut" for quotes written by "right-wing nutjobs." This makes it even clearer that they are biased towards the left.
18. They like to present readers with crudely-made conclusions instead of letting the evidence speak for itself. This is more of an act of insecurity as they fear that people will not see things the way they do and expect every argument they make to be taken seriously.
19. Many of its members act toxically and intolerantly towards anyone who so much as disagrees with them.
Although they claim to have Christian users, hardly anyone ever comments on quotes to offer a Christian perspective nowadays.
20. They are extremely pro-social justice: they are primarily interested in attempting to correct people and being right, aggressively attacking all who disagree. They claim that this is for their own self-amusement when they write like they would establish dictatorial control over what people say on the Internet if they could, believing that what they do to their targets is somehow "needed". They admit that the only reason they support free speech is so they can have something to attack!
21. It underwent a major revamp in 2019, but its basic, blocky, blandly-colored aesthetics without any modern graphics or features make it look like it's from the late 1990s-early 2000s era.
22. That said, it suffers from a poor Website design overall because it lacks many features and technical conveniences that would be normally present on a message board. For example:
- There is no menu to select how many quotes/comments can be viewed per page, including in search results.
- Search engine filters/results sorters are not always as accurate as they could be.
- The search engine only works with finding quotes, not comments; nor does it list the number of results per search query.
- Sometimes, the last page of a search results list, for whatever reason, turns up completely blank.
- There is no option to report comments (probably intentional, given how the site encourages people to be mean-spirited).
- User pages are nothing more than lists of quotes users have found and comments they've made (probably to preserve their anonymity).
23. Its painfully unprofessional and outright immature logo features a "sexy flying Jesus penis," a crudely-photoshopped devil version of pop singer/songwriter Taylor Swift practicing martial arts, devils in flying saucers, a reptilian alien-type creature with devil horns, a NyQuil bottle with devil horns surrounded by fire, and what appears to be a Biblical leviathan in a bathtub (in reference to one of their more popular and infamous quotes from 2009) eating fast food from McDonald's.
24. If anyone dares to object to the 2020 Coronavirus quarantine or criticizes how governments handle it or how the media misrepresents data and statistics surrounding it, FSTDT will surely go on a witch hunt after them.
25. They do not take responsibility for their actions: they blame others for getting themselves quoted by FSTDT, even if they realize that they have the power and the choice not to quote people they don't like and not to let silly things people write online offend them so much. Moreover, no self-respecting FSTDT user will ever admit to SJW-type behavior.
Likewise, in their FAQ section under "But You're Defaming Me!" they try to rationalize their efforts to defame people by arguing that their targets are sabotaging themselves, not considering the possibility that the quotes they find might have different intended meanings than what they read.
26. When people on other Websites criticize or counter-mock them, they do not usually take the criticism or counter-mockery well.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #sexist #fundie deviantart.com

Today is the 100th anniversary of the 19th Constitutional Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. In the spirit of this glorious occasion, President Trump has pardoned Susan B. Anthony, who was unjustly fined $100 long ago for attempting to vote when it was still illegal for women and was never pardoned by any other president.


My message to anyone who calls Mr. Trump "sexist" is this: your argument never existed.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #conspiracy #wingnut #crackpot deviantart.com

Because you give folks like @VikingFox, who grew up with and feel the most familiar and comfortable with the politics of the left, all the better reason to now identify as centrists! I do not believe all leftists are like you—and I have leftist friends on DA to prove it—but people like you make my leftist friends look bad. From your perspective, it's not just enough to love and accept people of different colors, creeds, and orientations for who they are on the inside: we have to actively fight bigotry by starting riots and terrorizing people and their property until they give in to our demands. Just like you do every single day. On top of that, you spend every day terrorizing a 74-year-old man who gave up what could've been a happy and quiet retirement out of the public spotlight for the hardest job in the world because he loves America as much as I do. Have you no shame, you elder-abusers?

(in case its not obvious, he’s talking about Trump. He legit thinks opposing Trump is “terrorizing” him)

Colonel-Knight-Rider #psycho #wingnut #fundie deviantart.com

Watchers: your new mission, should you choose to accept it, is to unmask Niam2020 WITHOUT publicizing info you find about him, then destroy Fundies Say The Darndest Things: the ivory tower from where he and his friends look down their noses on us "lowly" people of faith and think we're "bigots" for not agreeing with their pro-SJW agenda. And that includes destruction of FSTDT's Discord, Reddit, forums, and everywhere else it exists on the Internet.

(bring it on you fascistic dingbat)

Colonel-Knight-Rider #wingnut #crackpot #racist #conspiracy deviantart.com

"And this talk of cancelling elections should concern you as much as anyone." Maybe he meant to say, "postpone until a later date…" The problem is that he knows what to say but not how to say it. Either way, I see this as more of his genuine health concern while misremembering that we can vote remotely now rather than a bid for an extended term in office. And he can get hysterical at times, so I doubt the election's gonna be cancelled.


I think of myself as a news skeptic: don't take everything on TV at face value. And right now, almost every news network in the country is committed to spinning this narrative of how Trump's severely flawed manner of speech automatically makes him a racist. One example is his describing Haiti as a "[bleep]hole country" compared to Iceland. He wasn't saying that Haitians are inferior to Icelanders—he was saying that Haiti is a poverty and natural disaster-stricken country, as any Haitian will tell you the same. It's like the word "racist" is now the be-all to end all arguments: "You're a racist! Nothing you say is valid beyond this point." The media wants to destroy him.


Thank you! :D What you call zombies, I call NPCs. In video game programming, NPC stands for non-player character. NPCs often have pre-programmed dialogue, which my enemies also appear to have as they reuse the same, tired logic errors that they insist are "needed" corrections to whatever I say that offends them. They prowl around my page looking for reasons to be offended and complain about it in their echo chamber instead of actually trying to fix what they think is wrong with the world.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist #dunning-kruger deviantart.com

I heard PBS published this new Web-exclusive pro-BLM short starring characters from that old kiddie show Arthur (yes, it's still a thing—it's well past its prime, and hardly anyone talks about it anymore, but it's still a thing). Clearly, creator Marc Brown wants to keep his exhausted show culturally relevant in an ever-changing world and represents the current common celebrity and corporate attitude of taking responsibility for a crime in which no corporation or celebrity played any part.

The way I see it, if we could simply teach kids to love and accept everyone regardless of skin color from an early age, we could prevent racism in future generations, ending the problems we have today instead of continuing them and negating the need for videos like "Arthur on Racism."

Colonel-Knight-Rider #wingnut #ableism #fundie #crackpot #psycho deviantart.com

You Mind-Manipulating Catholic!

You feckless idiot! You crooked broker of worthless words! You don't get how my church works at all. The reason those children died is that they forgot one of the core tenants of Christian Science: we DO go to doctors only when we haven't yet demonstrated the ability to heal by spiritual thinking. Roman Catholicism is nothing but mental manipulation and fear-mongering, and any ex-Catholic will agree.

GET OFF MY PAGE BEFORE I REPORT YOU FOR BLOCK EVASION, YOU BACKWARDS-BRAINED MORON!!!

Colonel-Knight-Rider #wingnut #ufo #crackpot rottenwebsites.miraheze.org

26. If anyone dares to object to the 2020 Coronavirus quarantine or criticizes how governments handle it or how the media misrepresents data and statistics surrounding it, FSTDT will surely go on a witch hunt after them.

27. At their absolute worst, FSTDT will prioritize spreading left-wing extremism over expressing basic human empathy. For instance, they once accused Mary Ann Mendoza, a grieving mother and an associate of Donald Trump, of racism after she condemned illegal Mexican immigrants for killing her son Sergeant Brandon. This is made much more problematic by their not outwardly caring about the fact that Mendoza is herself of Hispanic ethnic origin.

28. They do not take responsibility for their actions: they blame others for getting themselves quoted by FSTDT, even if they realize that they have the power and the choice not to quote people they don't like and not to let silly things people write online offend them so much. Moreover, no self-respecting FSTDT user will ever admit to SJW-type behavior: they don't seem to care that copious comments made by regular users could be classified as "#fundie" themselves.

29. Likewise, in their FAQ section under "But You're Defaming Me!" they try to rationalize their efforts to defame people by arguing that their targets are sabotaging themselves, not considering the possibility that the quotes they find might have different intended meanings than what they read.

30. Despite one of their tags being "#conspiracy", regular FSTDT users believe in conspiracy theories of their own. Some believe that anyone who does not support Black Lives Matter secretly hates the black race, while others believe that anyone who objects to homosexuality is secretly homosexual themselves.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #psycho deviantart.com

I think you're conflating two events by mistake, which is not surprising considering how much you've gotten factually wrong to the point where I find myself laughing. First, you still don't seem to understand that I made Dad mad. I pushed his patience past its limits that day. It's my fault that he punched me (although Mom scolded him for this afterwards and he apologized). Second, I wasn't trying to protect myself when running from my parents trying to wiggle my tooth. I was selfish. I was weak. I didn't defend myself. I made myself vulnerable. Running away from them was not a strength but a weakness. I should've toughened up and let them wiggle it no matter how much I feared losing a tooth, which would've prevented me being pinned to a bed. I was scared, sure, but I knew rightly that losing a baby tooth is part of the natural order of things. In reality, I was not at war with my parents. I was at war with myself, much like I am now.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #homophobia deviantart.com

You guys remember this status update, right?
https://www.deviantart.com/colonel-knight-rider/status-update/19258504

Well, now, some guy whose name I will not mention because it's (apparently) in violation of DA policy wants to suspend or ban me for it. :fear:

Please keep in mind that I don't want to physically harm :iconcharacterconsultancy:, whom I wrote an Atrocious Deviants Wiki article about. I simply said that I wanted to find her and make sure she doesn't stalk or quote me or my friends :iconyourclairygodmother: and :iconprince-riley: again. Although the original wording of this warning was vague, causing one Deviant to use his imagination and interpret it as a violent threat, I've changed it to reference my goal to report her to the police. I also told her that I wouldn't do anything police-related to her if she didn't do anything more to quote us. Perhaps I should've written in the email I sent her demanding answers that I would make sure she never again uses the Internet for malicious purposes. Yeah, that sounds more heroic.

I wish I had never met :iconrealshow:. I wish I'd never agreed to include him in my Nintendo Cinematic Universe fanfiction project. Our breakup over whether to include gay Pokémon caused my breakup with Hayley, alias characterconsultancy. I wish we could talk instead of blocking each other or threatening to remove each other from social media. I should know and frankly do know better than this because revenge never solves anything. It's better to talk things out and, if we can't reach an agreement, simply walk away rather than scare others away from each other's pages.

Well, DeviantArt, we had a good run, you and I. :tears: And Mom was right: you can't be a social media user and an outspoken conservative Christian, or you will be subject to a lifetime of humiliation for it. I can't believe it's gotten to a point where I could get banned for not supporting the homosexuality of two Nintendo fanfiction characters that don't even exist. Hayley needs to stop playing the victim card and refrain from sticking her Kevin Sussman-esque nose in conflicts that don't involve her in the first place.

At least I took a great act of courage to come out as a conservative Christian on a secular liberal-dominated Internet—something others like me are too scared to do for the right reasons. If I get suspended or banned, I hope I'll be remembered by you guys for my courage and my desire to make a difference on DeviantArt instead of what I might as well call the Gay Pokémon Controversy of 2019.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobia fav.me

[Parts of CNR’s journal included extra information just about the project they were working on. I edited those out for (relative) brevity’s sake.]

Back in January, [name of person who CNR has an issue with], whom I enlisted as Nintendo Cinematic Universe fanfiction project collaborator four years earlier, made a controversial move by attempting to squeeze a gay couple in to the Pokémon movie idea he had planned, but there was no character development reason why they should be gay. The fact that he wanted to include them simply because “other shows are doing it” means he included them solely to follow a trend for diversity points. I refused to allow such a thing, as I do not support (but that doesn’t necessarily mean hate) the LGBTQ+ ideology for secular reasons way more than religious ones. My goal was to protect the innocence of children, who, from my observation, don’t even know what that sort of thing means until it’s taught to them in schools (in contrast to heterosexual relationships, which they are naturally aware of as part of our survival instinct). You, the reader, have every right to disagree, and I respect your right to your point of view. But all I ask is for my point of view to have some respect, too. What some call “homophobia" and "censorship," I call respect for the innocence of youth.

My mother has always said, “If everybody jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge, would you?” This is her poetic way of saying, “Don’t do something just because everybody else is doing it. Think for yourself!” This is why I want to stress that Realshow unconsciously admitted riding the bandwagon was his entire motivation for including gay Pokémon. He alluded to the presence of this “inclusivity” in other TV cartoons such as Adventure Time and Steven Universe, believing that we should follow their trend. He called the values I was raised with “wrong” and argued that “Times have changed, and so should you.” He did not understand that, when someone says things like that to me, that person not only insults me, whom he/she has met, but also my entire immediate family, whom he/she hasn’t met. Given the choice between remaining faithful to my family and their virtues and rebelling against them just to make one random stranger I know nothing about happy, I chose the former. Realshow has since adorned his avatar with a rainbow graphic, as you can see—his way of spitting in my face.

That aside, remember: if I really did hate gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgenders, etc., I would have sooner barred them all from watching me, but I haven’t and never will.

Seriously, though—he says he doesn't want to reopen any old wounds, but one of his hashtags is "not homophobic." It's hysterical.

Anyway, after realizing he had blocked me because of our gay Pokémon argument, I felt the urge to confront him in some way. Impulsively, I evaded his block with an alternate account to call out his behavior, leading to my one-day suspension.

Let’s face the facts: 2019 hasn’t been an easy year for me so far on DeviantArt. I’ve failed to get DA’s support staff to do anything about a smear campaign digging up my past about decisions I regret making on other forums (hence my “Vengeful Heckler” comics). I’ve mistaken an agnostic for a militant atheist bigoted against Christians, not realizing she adopted one of us as her figurative brother. And my efforts to end a toxic friendship and to put a project on pause indefinitely resulted in a five-man revenge journal post. In my church, we teach that things go wrong when people don’t listen to God, and my actions against Realshow’s controversial journal leading to my suspension only proves that.

However, not all hope is lost. As long as I continue to receive inspiration from the wonders of nature, cartoons drawn by my friends, scheduled artistic challenges, and life in general, the Colonel Knight Rider artistic enterprise will continue as happily as it has these past few years. If there’s anything my Internet history proves, it’s that, no matter how many times I get knocked down, I stand up 20 feet taller than before. No one other than God can turn things around for me, so I will listen for His voice.

In the meantime, one question remains. Should I go after this guy for copyright infringement? Or should I just accept that I’m outnumbered five men to one and move forward with what makes me happy?

Thanks for understanding. Keep being awesome, everybody. May you never have to deal with relationships as toxic as some of my past ones have been, and may whatever Pokémon some of you may catch be as asexual as they are in the games!

Colonel-Knight-Rider #fundie #sexist deviantart.com

After seeing this unsurprisingly biased Tweet (the comments are worth reading as well), I thought I should let you guys know that I'm not really against abortion, but I'm not technically for it either. On the one hand, if an unplanned pregnancy results from an unspeakable crime, then I say go ahead and abort! Who knows if the baby could inherit some level of criminal insanity or worse? On the other hand, if an unplanned pregnancy results from consent, then the mother-to-be should have the maturity to assume responsibility for her actions and live with the consequences of not planning ahead. It doesn't matter whether you think life begins at conception, or at birth, or anywhere in between—it's really more of a question of emotional maturity and self-control. Make sense?

Oh, and men should help women through the gestation and birthing process, then raising their children if the mothers want to keep the children, to the best of their ability since they’re 50% responsible for conception.

#DoNotFearResponsibility

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobic #sexist #fundie deviantart.com

So, yeah, my supposed "friend" Skide from FSTDT just publicly revealed my church's denomination, which she promised me that she would not do, just because she got triggered over my calling The Satanic Temple a joke or satire religion (and I'm not the first to have done so—even TST cofounder Lucien Greaves says it can be interpreted that way). I knew I should've never trusted a Web user who can only come up with painfully unoriginal insults. She has crossed a line she cannot uncross.

Contrary to their accusing me of saying that they didn't try to reason with me, I acknowledge that they did. For that reason, I thought they had a nicer side towards people who don't support the LGBT+ community. Sadly, from their point of view, everyone is required to support it. Those who don't are accused of not being mentally well. It's odd that they think that I think only my beliefs matter when they persistently insist that I agree with them on their beliefs, thinking they're superior to all other lines of thought because they're secular and liberal. Unlike them, I do not disallow dissent—just obvious attempts to convert me to other people's causes. There's a difference between saying, “I believe in XYZ,” and, “YOU MUST BELIEVE, TOO, OR YOU WILL BE MOCKED BY MANCHILDREN FOREVER!”

Three words: this means war.

No, I'm not going to hack them. That's illegal. There's got to be a better way. What are my options?

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobia deviantart.com

I thought it was too late, but, due to the calendar period ever Emmys ceremony covers, Steven Universe episode “Reunited” got the Creative Arts Emmy nomination I thought it would.

*Sigh,* Does it really need to be said why? :roll:

Oh, well—now I can give the episode in my review journal the parody title I always wanted: “Creative Arts Emmy Bait IV: By the Power Vested in Me through the Animators and CN Executives who Willingly Resort to Using a Lesbian Wedding as a Cheap Gimmick to Boost Ratings, I Now Pronounce You Rubellen and Sapportia.”

Colonel-Knight-Rider #homophobia deviantart.com

I sometimes like to joke that July is when the REAL month for Americans to be proud begins, but one radical SJW I met in a spirited game of RuneScape—an old MMO game that I started playing a couple of months ago since I needed a real game again after getting bored with smartphone games—told me that it's impossible for me to be proud to be an American unless I've done something to earn it. Not only does that statement make absolutely no sense (if interpreted literally, it only applies to the Founding Fathers and the Continental Army who liberated America in the first place), but it's also flat-out hypocritical. Being part of the LGBTQ+ community is not something one technically accomplishes any more than is having a certain skin color or being an American citizen. And I can be proud of others' achievements such as my brother earning his Ph. D., the historic Revolutionaries leading the Revolution, Civil Rights activists ending racial segregation, and so on.

Some people just aren't worth my time or attention.

Colonel-Knight-Rider #racist #homophobia deviantart.com

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(Drawing of an overweight man with glasses and light brown hair/beard. He only wears light blue pants and „FSTDT“ is written across his belly.)


The Neckbeard SJW Atheist
- Has no religious friends because he treats people of all religions like they‘re fundamentalists.
- „When Bernie is President...“
- Forms his ideology around My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
- Still thinks former President Obama can do no wrong.
- Majored in gender studies in college and now works as a GameStop cashier.
- Believes all traditional displays of masculinity to be „toxic“.
- Sees a social media post from an ordinary person he disagrees with and shares it on FSTDT, not caring how it might affect the other person.
- Thinks „Baby, It‘s Cold Outside“ should be banned.
- Believes political conservatives have no redeeming qualities.
- Will stop at nothing until he publicly humiliates everyone who disagrees with him into converting to his cause.

(Drawing of the typical Chad from the Incel vs. Chad meme but bald instead of the iconic triangular hairdo, dressed in a police uniform)

THE CHAD OPEN-MINDED ATHEIST
- Loves his many religious friends and is particularly interested in Buddhism.
- „I don‘t particularly care for Sanders. He‘s not even a democratic socialist.“
- Forms his ideology around experiences of personal growth and learning.
- Has legitimate, fair, constructive criticism of former President Obama.
- Was a first responder for five years and has gone back to school to study medicine.
- Relishes in traditional masculinity by riding his motorcycle, listening to metal, celebrating Viking culture, and building or fixing things.
- Sees a social media post from an ordinary person he disagrees with and doesn‘t do anything with it because he knows there are more important things in life than bashing ordinary people who disagree with you on the Internet.
- Likes metal too much to care about „Baby, It‘s Cold Outside“.
- Admires some political conservatives like President Eisenhower and Wilhelm Canaris, the latter of whom was notably deceived by Hitler.
- Doesn‘t care if you agree or disagree with him. Too focused on healthy personal growth to even bat an eye.


A gift for [redacted] in light of people over the past summer taking some of my comedically intended conservative commentary on this site, misinterpreting it as "racist" or "homophobic," and then making their smear campaign of me on the Website Fundies Say the Darndest Things a top search result for "Colonel Knight Rider," which I fear will cause people to think I'm a fundamentalist hack, or at least a racist or homophobe, when I'm not. It's a variation of an Internet meme which I've dubbed too explicit for my family-friendly gallery (hence my also tastefully censoring what lies below each figure's waist) designed to explain the difference between the sociopathic troll atheists from FSTDT vs. one so kind, selfless, and friendly that he makes the blog The Friendly Atheist look like Voldemort by comparison.

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