Target people who absolutely hate their job or boss, people who are too tired to do anything outside of going to their dead-ender and slaving hours of their life away for people they can't stand
Ahh, now this is an idea I hadn't considered. I think the problem is most people in my age group (very early twenties) are at that odd stage of their life where they're fresh outta college and haven't actually run into a terrible boss/manager they can't walk away from.
I've been dropping some oblique gripes at the charity I work at though; the youngest is in her late twenties, so they're a lot more receptive to me saying "sadly you don't get paid unless you make someone else money."
Liberalism is sugar pills, Social Democracy is mixing alcohol and painkillers, Socialism is an operation to cure the problem with a long waiting list.
That's actually a sound analogy. And a good idea, by my mark. As a SocDem who transitioned to Socialism myself, I'll definitely look into it.
Doing literally fucking anything
with women the easiest thing is bringing up sex-robots and tindr
Man, I think you're seriously overestimating how much people care about sex robots and traditional relationship. Tinder is for hookups, simple as that. And sex robots? Despite what tumblr might have you believe, most people (guys especially) would find these only slightly less repulsive than sex dolls.
STEM faggots are however a whole different nut to crack
Am STEMfag. Can confirm: The vast majority of us are either astonishingly apolitical or some flavor of rightist. Luckily the apolitical ones tend to vote Democrat, so there's still a chance if we can convert regular libs.
You can convert liberals but you absolutely cannot attack their goodies and addictions and happy-time activities. So if someone really likes eating out and they also like drinking, maybe don't rag on that part of consumerism unless they express unhappiness about it. Always target things people don't like already, this is what the Bolsheviks and NSDAP did and it worked beautifully.
Good to know! But I wouldn't worry about that. If it's really a people's revolution (or at least a pragmatic one), I doubt they're gonna take away peoples' recreation.
It's a lot easier to target people who are already disenfranchised with the system
This is true.
And most of these people are that way because they've seen the system dick people over or have had it happen to them
Ahh, now this raises a valid point: The actual majority of people in the US (if voter turnout is anything to go by) are entirely apolitical. Despite the systematic barriers of the two-party paradigm, I'd reckon there's still fertile grounds for a third-party candidate in the US.
Bernie woulda won.
Absolutely masterful post. Capped for future reference.
Lolberts are fringe, but literally nobody I've met IRL or online has heard of Mutualism. I'll consider it if we need the lolberts on our side though.
As much as we make fun of /pol/acks and their ilk, this is actually an exceedingly fringe view in the US. Most "Nazis" you see online are really just LARPing attention whores who drank the Kool-Aid and rode the latest reactionary movement.
I should know, I was part of GamerGate.
Thanks for all the help, friends. <3