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wintersglory:

happy Hitler Weed Easter 

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"You’re German? Are you like a Nazi or something?"

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why are ugly people in relationships

i’m ugly too why can’t i be in a relationship

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towongfoo:

If I dont respond to your insult it means what i wanted to say was too mean and I decided to let you live

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I’ve had depression and anxiety for seven years, simply changing my political views isn’t going to change that, but anyways.

When I was a Nazi/traditionalist/what have you, I was happy at first, sure, I wasn’t even a teenager yet and I didn’t know Nazism like the back of my hand. Not saying OP is a Nazi, but I was a traditionalist at the same time, so anyways. But as time progressed and I became more fanatical and passionate, I became more miserable. I hated myself, I hated everything, I hated everyone. I wanted to kill myself all the time. I was utterly miserable, I self harmed a lot, and I was rude to everyone. I turned away from God, and I viewed Hitler as a god. I was a German supremacist. I hated myself for not having blonde hair and blue eyes. I hated myself because I’m not fully German. I allowed these people to bully me, harass me, betray me, and use me as their punching bag. And I started hating myself. Though I still hate myself and have problems, I’m not a Nazi anymore, and my mood has improved. I haven’t thought of suicide in two months. I’m a much better and stronger person now.

I’m not a social justice warrior at all. There are some traditional aspects I’d like to preserve and protect. But I don’t agree with the views I once held. This argument may be true for some people, but I’m just offering my side of this.

I’ve had depression and anxiety for seven years, simply changing my political views isn’t going to change that, but anyways.

When I was a Nazi/traditionalist/what have you, I was happy at first, sure, I wasn’t even a teenager yet and I didn’t know Nazism like the back of my hand. Not saying OP is a Nazi, but I was a traditionalist at the same time, so anyways. But as time progressed and I became more fanatical and passionate, I became more miserable. I hated myself, I hated everything, I hated everyone. I wanted to kill myself all the time. I was utterly miserable, I self harmed a lot, and I was rude to everyone. I turned away from God, and I viewed Hitler as a god. I was a German supremacist. I hated myself for not having blonde hair and blue eyes. I hated myself because I’m not fully German. I allowed these people to bully me, harass me, betray me, and use me as their punching bag. And I started hating myself. Though I still hate myself and have problems, I’m not a Nazi anymore, and my mood has improved. I haven’t thought of suicide in two months. I’m a much better and stronger person now.

I’m not a social justice warrior at all. There are some traditional aspects I’d like to preserve and protect. But I don’t agree with the views I once held. This argument may be true for some people, but I’m just offering my side of this.

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