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An attempt at describing the apolitical nihilistic shitposting online subculture through a faux-national conception (that is, the broad axis of channer-descendent shitposters outside the Right). I like how they try to conceptualise left-libertarianism and the vulgar Left but I think the approach is just terrible. An analysis of online etiquette and subculture through offline approach. There is no geography.

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I feel like the dissident vulgar Left is trying to find its first breaths through digital culture conceptualisations but is doing so by the wrong means. All they share is a joint ostracisation and a feeling of unbelonging with other free speech adherents and can’t find a way to identify what they are or where they go. What needs to change to find their home again.

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