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This is fucking gestapo, rat-out-your-friends-and-relatives-in-service-to-the-Party BULL SHIT

ILL READ WHATEVER THE HELL I WANT AND USE WHAT IVE READ TO BROADEN MY UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD AND MYSELF

If I I ever get confronted by someone and called out for being white in person, some heads are gonna roll man—mine, right away from that person because

speech=/=violence so I don’t see any reason to stoop to their level

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Dave@DaveRubin
16 hours ago

Sunday reflections...

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“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

I return to this line from Shakespeare’s Hamlet whenever I get too bogged down in the political world. If reminds me there is much I don’t know or understand, things I certainly cannot solve, and realms far more meaningful, even if leaps of faith are required (or turning off my phone.) Horatio, the ever-learned scholar, has a difficult time believing in Hamlet’s ghost, and this sort of false certainty rings true in our heavily material, atheist, “rational” culture.

And though it applies to all of us - this tendency we all have to cling to our ideas of true and false, right and wrong, fact and fiction - I see the above quote far more relevant to the media and the far left in their continuous demand to make every realm of life political: the arts, comedy, family, love, nature, learning, etc, to insist they have it correct, that their “philosophy” is all there is or at least ...

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