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5 Ways to Spot an NPC in Real Life

The NPC meme is spreading faster than the red flush of anger on a triggered liberal’s face. Twitter is swimming with NPC accounts spouting #greylivesmatter and #orangemanbad. Memes about the left are bountiful as their figureheads like Hilary fail to stand strong, and their mouthpieces like CNN and MSNBC crumble under the weight of public and political scrutiny. It comes as a reaction to growing factions of the American population waking up from the lies and deceit, the whitewashing and polemics, and the vitriol extolled as virtue in American politics.

The power of truth, nation and freedom are pushing through like new flowers after the snow. A conservative renaissance grows here, and NPCs will do anything to stop you from realising they’re losing the battle. The reason they hate the meme, calling it ‘dehumanising’, is fuelled by the same astounding lack of self-reflection that got them into this mess. The dehumanising has already been done, and the people who created the meme didn’t do it. Nevertheless, you’re waking up from liberalism. Ok, great! Want to know how to spot the machine in the man? Here’s five things you can look for to spot an NPC in real life.

1. They’re probably a student or an academic.

Not always the case, obviously, and their are more young people than ever waking up from the nightmare that is left-wing totalitarianism and group-think. However, there’s a sizeable number of young, impressionable and vacuous people out there, filled with with the residual fire of pubescence and a virtuous, if misplaced desire to change the world. Students are even moreso at risk of catching NPC-syndrome as they look up to their liberal professors for political guidance.

2. They REALLY hate the NPC meme.

Seriously, it turns them into slavering, rabid beasts, raging against the meme machine. Irony being they are the machine and no attempt at <compute= [show emotion . {Rage}]> is going to pull the wool over our eyes.

3. They are anti-Trump and they tell you ALL THE TIME.

‘TRUMP’S A RACIST’ is almost like a salutation for these people. ‘Hi Bernie, how are you?’, ‘TRUMP’S A RACIST’. Linda, what did you do at the weekend?’, ‘TRUMP’S A RACIST’. ‘What do you think about that new show on Netfl….’, ‘RACIIIIIIIST!’. I heard you loud and clear. I don’t agree with you, but my ears are doing cartwheels and may never recover.

4. They love stealing pro-republican signs.

This is their FAVOURITE thing to do. Like the crumpled creature Gollum in his pursuit of the one ring of power, these withered hobbits simply lust after republican cardboard signs with a vitality that is not reflected in their pallid, papery complexions. You’ve seen them tearing apart sign after sign, posting them through letter boxes and garbage containers, and running off into the night howling with triumphant satisfaction as they go. Newsflash, posting cardboard signs into the garbage, is bad for the environment. Posting it to the postman is just making his life more difficult. Anti-environment and anti-working person, very socialist, very virtuous.

5. In arguments, you’re always the ‘stupid’ one.

If you’ve argued with as many left-wing lexophobes online as I have, you’ll know that you’re winning when you’re blasted with the robotic, restricted repertoire of preset insults like: ‘stupid’, ‘loser’, ‘low IQ’, ‘racist’, ‘sexist’, ‘bigot’ etc. Take it as a general rule that, if you’re getting at least one of these per response, they’ve got nothing, and are running on pure hatred, not the power of higher-thinking. Generally speaking, NPCs can only identify threats to their communal identity, as in any divergent idea from their homogeneous mess, by responding with buzzwords designed to alert other NPCs to the source of ‘malfunction’ in the matrix, you.

5 Takeaways from Kanye’s Visit to the Whitehouse

The internet roared in response to Kanye’s dinner with Trump yesterday. If you were on Twitter at the time, it felt as if the two meeting had the impact of comets colliding in space, or the shuddering vibrations of the Earth’s tectonic plates. Surprising really, considering the placid, amicable discussion the two had together, never really feeling heated, never having the essence of catastrophe that so many highlighted online.

This was a frank discussion about beliefs, values and political standpoints between two happy, consenting adults. Sure, Kanye runs away with himself at times, probably more to do with nerves and excitement at the opportunity to speak to someone he admires more intimately. Even so, though his speech is sometimes rapid and disorganised, there’s a degree of truth in some of the things he says, and a great deal of hypocrisy from the liberal media in response to his genuine comments.

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Tucker sees some wisdom in Kanye’s enthusiastic discussion.

So, let’s look at the 5 main takeaways from the #kanyetrump dinner:

1. Swearing is not the worst thing that’s happened in the Oval office.

So, let’s be real about this, a little swearing is probably the least awful thing that’s happened in the White House. As Ben Shapiro was quick to point out in a twitter response to Jim Acosta who himself tweeted ‘Kanye just said ‘motherf***er’ in the Oval Office. Per WH pool.’, Shapiro responds: ‘And Clinton had Oral Sex in there. So if we’re going to talk about degrading the location…’. And he’s got a point. A few expletives aimed at no one in particular are, by histories standards, nothing to write home about.

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Ben Shapiro reminds people, a couple of swears is not the worst thing to happen in the Oval Office.

2. Kanye is looking for a role model, something we are sorely lacking.

Kanye launched into a discussion about the MAGA hat he wore, and how it made him feel during the campaign for Donald Trump’s presidency. With bright eyes, he exclaims ‘it made me feel like superman!’ and comments that while Hilary’s campaign ‘I’m with Her’ was fine, it didn’t make him feel the same way that Trump’s campaign did. ‘As a guy that didn’t get to see my dad all the time’, Kanye explains, Trump’s campaign made him feel ‘like a guy that could play catch with his son.’. And he’s right. People are screaming for good role models, arguably men more so than any other demographic. Many rallied on this point to show their support.

3. Using someone’s mental health as a way to shut them up is not Democratic.

It’s stunning that a day after #WorldMentalHealthDay happened and with the hashtag still trending on Twitter, CNN news anchors and other left-wing media outlets immediately attacked Kanye on grounds of insanity. A white female news anchor launched into an attack on the soundness of Kanye’s mind, stating ‘I think you had there a man who’s clearly not OK and a president who’s willing to exploit that’, further dragging Trump into the firing line to make him out as some monster manipulator of the mentally ill. She then goes onto describe the dinner as a ‘circus’, having just a sentence ago voiced outrage at the lack of address of mental health issues and race relations between Kanye and Trump. Make up your mind CNN. Are you advocates for mental health or are you part of the problem?


Just a day after #MentalHealthAwarenessDay, CNN discredits Kanye by claiming he’s ‘clearly not OK’ and describes the dinner as a ‘circus’.

4. White anchors speaking on behalf of black people seems a little racist, doesn’t it?

Many were quick to point out that a large proportion of reports in the liberal media were from white anchors speaking for black people and using racial outrage as a weapon to discredit both Kanye and Trump. Others were quick to point out that even where there were black speakers on the topic of Kanye and Trump, black people were only allowed a viewpoint if it was strictly in line with the interests of the Democratic party.


A twitter user points out the hypocrisy of white anchors discussing the opinions of Kanye, a black man.



Can you even have a right-wing view and be black? CNN says ‘no’.

5. Using someone’s dead mother as a smear doesn’t seem all that professional.

Don Lemon, speaking for CNN, later commented that ‘Kanye’s mother is rolling over in her grave’ at the opinions and views of her son. That’s a bitter Lemon indeed. Is this a game of limbo? How low can you go CNN?


Don Lemon’s comments about Kanye’s dead mother used as smear against political opinion.