>>3749501> i said that because in that post you were caring about what "normal" or "rational" people think
Well there's a pretty significant difference between "normalcy" and "rationality." In many ways a lot of ideas, behaviors, and traditions that are normalized in our culture aren't rational at all. I don't care about being "normal," but I do care about being "rational."
Being "normal" means that you're committed to what the crowd is doing. Being "rational" means that you're committed to reason, logic, and the search for objective or observable truth.
When you reject rationality, you allow yourself to be a hysterical, easily manipulated ape woman. >it doesn't matter,
It does. How do you know what is real or when you're willingly irrational? It's like you're saying being psychotic and delusional "doesn't matter." >nobody is better than anyone just because they act different.
I mean this is a weird statement. People are kind of ONLY better than people because they act different. What are we other than our conditioned behavior? >i can respect a tryhard shitposter more than someone that believes himself to be normal and especial for that.
Being "normal" is entirely context and environment-dependent. If you're at Christmas dinner, talking about drawing naziwaifus would be pretty decidedly abnormal. But on 4chan, on /ic/, this is being actively normalized and encouraged by faggot OP. They're creating an environment designed to normalize extremist radical thought in a demographic of children that are more susceptible to ego-manipulation.
Like when we talk about what "active measures" are, it's about creating a platform that makes malignant, spiteful tribalism "normal." It's about appealing to lonely people by creating a conditioned response game where you reward and encourage them and make them feel like they're part of a group, when they embrace antisocial or destructive ideas about their culture and country. It's normalized degeneracy.