They're just earning a living by making YouTube videos. its easy to get jealous of the rich and famous. They seem to have captured a slice of immortality in our secular age denied to the rest of us . . But it's ultimately ( self-) destructive.
Personally I've got my normie job plus my side artistic project which is overall a net drain on my finances. If it brings me fame (or even better, notoriety) it'll probably only be when I'm dead. That's enough to be getting on with. It's a waste of time complaining about e-celebs ecc as though they're theyrr what's stopping us all from fulfilling our potentials.
> Please stop pushing these people, they are an argument FOR the correctness of the far-right and against the left.
*Far-right *podcasts and YouTube channels are an argument for the correctness of the far-right.
Why aren't you posting criticisms of far right arguments for the far right?
Some of these "e-sleb" videos have a million views (take a bow, Ms Contrapoints).
This is a great video on Steve Bannon
Olly/p. Tube is an actor by profession, so he knows how to put together a dramatic. suggestive watchable short film.
We need to be encouraging such "content creators ", from our virtual bunker of anonyinimity, not lobbing pineapple grenades of personal attacks at them.