47 thoughts on “The Internet Warriors”

  • James Curtis says:

    Redneck 15:00 minutes in…. I do love how clever and profound he thinks his statements are. Just a foul-mouthed tirade showing zero vocabulary or intelligence. Feel bad for those kids….

  • mrpetersonandsnappyturtle says:

    He lives in a slum, the dog looks filthy and he's watching other people's lives and not his own. Get a life dude!

  • Besides his opinion on Trump…am I the only one who thinks the patriotic flag guy should not use such strong language in front of his children?

  • Sneaky Gandolf says:

    Quite a generalization and the fact the comment section hasn’t come to this realization is both surprising and disappointing.

  • EscargoTouChaud says:

    It is actually no surprise that the first man has an Asian wife despite being racist. The logic is quite clear: inferiority complex maybe due to to lack of success in school and work -> needs acceptance and the feeling of being superiour –> hates muslims (classic scapegoating) and carreer women, and feels wronged because some women have let them down, and hence hates feminism –> still likes to bash muslims for their view of women –> gets an Asian wife because these are easier to get for European men + they are more comfortable with a more conservative gender role pattern.

  • OK. I don't know if I'm going to make it to the end of the video, so I'll just leave my comment now lol. The "i'm not racist" guy is the type of person that I run into quite often on the internet, gaming, and in other spaces. The common thread with that type of personality is that a racist person is always an extreme step from where they are philosophically. In other words "What is a racist? Not me". When you say you aren't something and you have to make a comparison the someone on the far edge of your beliefs, you just might be that thing.

    I'm black, so I have run into this in my lifetime. The thing of it is, people have every right to be racist. I'm never going to want to police a persons thoughts, because all that does is breed resentment. If we leave it a point where you don't like me for some reason that is totally out of my control, that's fine with me. The problems start when people want their idea of a perfect world to be everyone's truth. I'm a realist. I know that the world will never have that moment where we see the similarities as opposed to the differences and come together. As long as your doctrine does not include hurting the people you disagree with, it should be fair game to feel any way you want about anyone you want.

  • can you see me says:

    That lady in green just looks NUTS!13:33 sounds like she inherited the internet warrior syndrome..21:06 the looser who is still a virgin and clocking 35.

  • Ceciel Winter says:

    I havent watched it yet but the answer is easy. The most people are simply disgusting creatures and on the internet they can take off their masks. The amount of anti social comments is the proof.
    Your Internet presence is the mirror of your soul.

  • You can’t find more simple minded and emotional people, that is why they are so easy to manipulate and used against something like a tool, especially when you tell them that all their problems are abused by x different group of people

  • Ew. trying to watch this is awful, the mouth noises of saliva, breathing and smacking is way to loud, especially that first guy🤯😖😣

  • To be pitied. They wouldn't dream of saying to peoples faces what they type hidden behind their keyboards. I cringe for 'em tbh.

  • bigmassivebrid says:

    I just feel sorry for these people. The one who criticised Lady Gaga you can't really take it seriously when she stole that line off RuPaul's Drag Race. It's kinda ironic she says you'd have to be a really insecure person to be upset about what someone says online, surely you're very insecure if you spend your day criticising strangers just to feel better about yourself. I couldn't really take the Trump voter guy seriously either cuz he had nothing intelligent to say at all, all he did was cuss people out, he said he was proud of his tweets even though they made him look dumb. And he was there swearing, setting a bad example in front of his very young kids, it was sad. Kinda stupid for these people to reveal themselves like this, I mean won't their employer be pissed with them? I'm glad I got to see this anyway cuz it just goes to show you that people who are cruel to you online are more than likely just a very sad odd person so you really shouldn't care what they say. It was nice the guy at the end said he regretted what he'd wrote, you'd like to think people would mature as they get older anyway.

  • Carlos Flores says:

    The internet is to blame. You see it, you make comments, good or bad. Before the internet, you talked to your neighbors, or your coworkers. Not now; now you condemn, dehumanize, offend, seldom praise. Different ideologies, i.e., threats to your identity, creates sociological chaos. I actually understand the gentleman at the beginning of this video: he said he blames the government for allowing such an influx of immigrants into his country. He feels he is being forced to accept it without objection. I totally see his point.

  • firmly grasp it says:

    Internet warriors aka keyboard warriors are the omegas and betas of the world with a chip on their shoulders

  • Geeze. Pick the most disgusting people to represent their countries and give them voices. Warriors in the title is deceiving, but what isn’t these days.

  • tauresa ttauresa says:

    The second nutter should educate himself as the UK at times goes abroad to SEEK people to fill jobs in the UK, they had to do this when a large number of Civil Engineers retired and there were no British Civil Enginers to take their place. I knew a man from Jordan who came into the UK for that reason, he was recruited at his University.

  • amrit bansal says:

    why cant people see the hypocrisy in their own thinking. Some hypocrisy is inevitable but blatant double standards are pretty much a person's individual responsibility to correct….

  • Grover Bennington says:

    Well. As long as you are being'right on' and politically correct, using the Internet is fine. Try to use it to express an opinion in 'democratic' UK and you are a 'racist, sexist ….any other 'ist' that may be trendy..Stop thinking you are the center of the universe; putting yourself out there.. If you can't stand the heat..stay outta the kitchen! STAY OFF SOCIAL MEDIA! It's not rocket science. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…

  • Nicolas Dujardin says:

    if it wasn't for diversity, you old grey bastard, you would still be a black man on the hills of ethiopia !!!
    know you're roots, know your history to know you're destiny!!
    we all came from black people…
    love, and unity for all people!!

  • Douglas Hollingsworth says:

    "I'm not a racists – they're demonizing me"
    "It's not racist to only want to identify with your own race"
    "Racist is someone who hates other races"

    No you dumb fuck, a racist is someone who stereotypes other human beings into different 'races'

    You literally just defined yourself as racist, but said you're not racially prejudiced against other people. smh

  • Hamish Dawson says:

    The first guy had legitimate opinions about the EU and migration and people had the same views before the internet took off so what has that got to do with either harassing and threatening people or stretching the freedom of speech to its limits. Is it something to do with him being not very articulate or educated or is it that lefties need to be in their safe spaces without hearing contrary (not objectionable) opinions on the EU or migration? Sounds like the would be censors of the thought police of left wing hegemonists.

  • im a Trump supporter and I feel sorry for How do people see US.
    Do this is a good video that gave me a new perspective.
    thank you for that.

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