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Heatherly on the What the Faulk Show in 2016.[1]
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That weird otherkin avatar of yours is one of the most obnoxious fucking things I've ever seen in a Youtube video. You realize the irony of representing yourself with a character that's literally bullheaded right?
—Internet Comment Etiquette video calling out No Bullshit[2]
—NoBS calling out Jewy lawyers[3]

Brooks Heatherly[note 2] (1988–),[4] better known as NoBullshit (NoBS[note 3]), is a YouTuber talker who describes himself as an "openly conservative leaning guy".[5] Heatherly parrots alt-right talking points about "race realism" and white nationalism and spends his time whining about blacks, "trannies", and Jews. Equally importantly, he is absurdly dumb. Or, as he would put it: Heatherly is a fucking stupid gay loser, haha lol[6][7][8]

As of April 2018, Heatherly's YouTube channel had over 338 thousand subscribers and 56.5 million views.[9]

Views[edit]

Jews[edit]

Heatherly has a habit of pointing out people's Jewish mannerisms and being a Jew, almost to the point of obessession. It is his second most reliable talking point besides the left.

Something tells me the left is more Jewish. (bc the left always is hehe)[10]

well your friend has no place to be offended, clearly they're not jewish, jews have senses of humor[11]

You call that an insult? A joke? I thought Jews knew comedy too haha[12]

this screen shot couldn't get more jewish if you tried[13]

Ezra is Jewish tho. And he was acting very Jewish. Should I ignore that then?[14]

Just try calling Claire a Jewish nut & see what happens. I'll bet the calls of antisemitism and holocaust denial will come real quick haha[15]

Holocaust revisionism[edit]

I love to imagine this guy coming to his own conclusion about numbers after sifting through archives and running demographic data
The Moa[16]

Heatherly also doubts the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust (as well as the overall number) not once, not twice, but three times:

Heatherly: Uh oh, someone doesn't like her Holocaust narrative questioned. I can already see the calls of antisemitism incoming lol[17]

Jeezy: The Holocaust killed about 20 million people.[18]

Heatherly: woah woah, that's about 19 million over buddy[19]

Jeezy: Not sure if you're serious[20]

Heatherly: Even respectable Jews say its 6 mill bro, 20 is way off[21]

Jeezy: Theyll say about 6 million jews because they are correct, up to about 20 million died overall.[22]

Heatherly: well sure, many many millions died in WW2, far more soviets were killed and starved by Stalin's reign tho[23]

Heatherly: how many do you think died in the Holocaust anyway?[24]

Sheik: 5.7 Million. Rough estimate, but given the research, it's a fair conclusion.[25]

Heatherly: Sounds a little high to me but, go for it[26]

Sheik: What has your research led you to in terms of the holocaust numbers?[27]

Heatherly: I've heard a number of accounts, my guess is it's closer to 1-2 million. Still a lot and terrible of course, but ppl saying 6/20 [million] try2hard[28]

Heatherly: Death toll of the holocaust has changed many times over the years, ranging from 1 mil to 100. I was taking the lower for that discussion[29]

Will: Do you have a non-breitbart source for that?[30]

Heatherly: Well the wiki article itself ranges from 6-17 mill, and there's more online with different reports...[31] Then there's the guy yesterday who was saying 20, and Buddha's video said like 1-2 mil. What do you think?[32]

Will: Idk what Buddha's source is, but the Wikipedia article has the MOST conservative estimate at 6 million, 5 million less than what you posted[33]

Heatherly: what I posted? I didn't post anything. You're cherry picking one line from a long discussion to try and frame me up as a denier. pathetic[34]

Will: My bad dude. What do you think the death toll for the holocaust was?[35]

Heatherly: Ya, asking is much better then telling someone what they think. I think the wiki is accurate, but I find the inflation idea interesting[36]

Will: Okay then I still have no idea what the meaning of this tweet was. Seems like you're saying only 1 million died? What were you saying? [attached: image of tweet "woah woah, that's..." above][37]

Heatherly: according to parts of the video we were discussing, it was around 1-2 mill. You seem really hung up on that tweet, like get over it maybe?[38]

Alt-right[edit]

there are no Nazis, that’s just code for ppl you don’t like
—Heatherly,[39] who unironically defends the word "cuck"[40]
I'm not sure you know what a Nazi is dude. We stopped them all in 1945.
—Heatherly,[41] who has never heard the term "neo-Nazism"

Fittingly, Heatherly is on board with Richard Spencer, a noted non-Nazi:

[Richard Spencer]'s not a Nazi. No one is lol[42]

Thanks for the tweet Rich, I hope everything goes well tomorrow![43]

Thanks again Rich, glad we can get the word out about these infiltrators and pro doxxing websites. Needs to stop![44]

Heatherly also defended the alt-right Unite the Right rally, at which 3 deaths and 38 injuries occurred:

haha no bro, there were like 2 fake Nazis at Charlottesville. No one wants genocide haha. You're so dumb[45]

Congrats, you found one Nazi flag and one KKK member among thousands. Who's to say those weren't Leftists trying to smear the UTR?[46]

I'm sure racists were there, just like how there's racists in antifa and BLM. Difference is UTR had permission for their rally[47]

UTR was a peaceful, planned and permitted protest. Which antifa and BLM came to shut down with weapons and riots[48]

Racialism[edit]

Whoa whoa whoa! Using "cuck" upholds white supremacy? That's quite a fucking leap you're taking there, Tranny — I mean, Franny. Calling someone a cuck has nothing to with white supremacy. White supremacy isn't even a fucking thing anymore.
—this is what skepticism looks like[40]

Heatherly wholly believes in race realism. He regards it as common sense, and in this clip from his video, seems to imply that some groups are better than others.

It only gets worse from there.

He thinks blacks get cast in porn because they have larger penises:

Perhaps that's why they chose a black man [to act in cuckold porn]. I could totally see it being a racial dominance thing. Or I could see it being because black dudes have giant cocks.[40]

He also uses reverse racism, which can be a useful concept, instead as a personal shield against accusations of racism:

My parents only date back to 1955, so, that's about all the actual experience I can speak of in my family. And while I luckily never experienced any noticeable racism myself, my parents told me some stories, and guess what: In the midwest, in the 80's and 90's, the racism went both ways. White people aren't the only racists out there. Black and brown and Asian people, they can be racist too.[40]

Which also seems as if he's magnifying the vocal minority rather than the majority (and ironically, reality): racism is most prevalent one way.

Sexism and pick-up artistry[edit]

Sure, I think guys should be confident and strong, but that doesn't mean that I don't think they're real men when they're not. That's your words, not mine. In reality, when we call someone a cuck, we mean they're a beta bitch who won't stand up for themselves.
—presented without comment[40]
Remember that hot half Danish chick from the Buzzfeed Mixed Race Struggles video? Well Safiya got ugly, fat and has really hairy arms now
—Heatherly whining about a woman's appearance,[49] despite getting pissed when his appearance was shared online[5]
See the main article on this topic: Pick-up artistry

Heatherly parrots pick-up artist talking points. For example, he argues that women just love alpha males and that beta males have to settle for lesser women:

Here's the thing: Most women are attracted to alpha men. They like confident, strong, independent guys. They just do. Now, that doesn't mean that all betas are left to flounder. Many betas are swept up by single moms looking for a meal ticket or other betas are snatched up by a dominant overly-aggressive feminist like you, Francesca. I know why you're so partial to betas: you fucking married one.[40]

He further argues that women have all the power, and yet the only power they have is through "dating, and sex, and relationships", and so therefore they must oppose those pick-up artist (PUA) freedom-fighters:

Many people who flocked to the pickup scene were creepers, but most of them were just guys trying to figure out how to get dates. There's nothing wrong with that. Girls do the same thing all the time, but there's no stigma around it. There's a clear double standard in the world of dating advice. Now, I know pick-up artists can seem manipulative to outsiders, but it's really not that bad. They just teach guys how to be confident, social, and talk to girls. It's a self-improvement thing, not manipulation. There's no tricks, there's no problems here. Girls like Franny just get butthurt because they can't stand it when they lose control of the dating scene. Seeing guys become smart, savvy daters is frustrating to women because they're so used to having all the control. This is the same reason prostitution is illegal and women are trying to outlaw sex bots, because if they don't have control in dating, and sex, and relationships, they really don't have control of anything.[40]

Heatherly just can't figure out why the PUA focus on getting more sex — rather than building relationships — would be disrespectful:

Nothing about the pick-up or dating advice community says they should disrespect girls. Getting advice about dating doesn't mean you disrespect women. It kinda means you like them more, actually. Giving enough respect to take the time and money it takes to learn how to woo women. It actually sounds pretty respectful to me. Disrespecting women would be treating them like shit, not talking them up, taking them on dates, seducing them, and giving them great orgasms in bed.[40]

Anti-LGBT[edit]

Looks like Contra is dressing up as Buffalo Bill for Halloween... Nice tuck job brother
—Heatherly, discussing Contrapoints (a trans female YouTuber)[50]

Heatherly is definitely not a homophobe or transphobe:[51]

Funny how they loving pushing this LGBT transgender shit, but they won't put up anything for real holidays like Memorial day or Father's day.

[...]

Who's trying to silence gay people? This isn't even a fucking thing anymore. Maybe there's like one anti-gay redneck in Kentucky, but that's not even worth mentioning.

[....]

I really just think these guys are ruining the word brave at this point. Brave to me means a firefighter running into a burning building to save a child, not some guy who likes to wear women's clothes and makeup. Brave used to be soldiers fighting in a war to protect their country. But don't forget, YouTube doesn't give a shit about our troops. There's no soldier appreciation week on YouTube. There's just this gay gender binary tranny appreciation shit. And I swear this LGBT appreciation happens like four times a year now.

[....]

Do it, gay boy. Live your queer life with that high-top haircut. You do you bro. I mean, no one's even trying to stop you guys, are they? In fact, everyone is trying to enable gay people. That's the problem here. LGBT is being propped up everyone who has a fucking microphone. YouTube, mainstream media, major corporations. Everyone is paying lip service to them. But it's still not enough! And I really think this gay pride shit is wearing out its welcome. And that's not me being anti-gay or trans or homophobic or anything. People are just getting annoyed because they're so in your face all the time.

[....]

[Person: I was told to wipe off my makeup and be a boy. What they should have told me was to be myself.] Well, that's pretty ironic, because you don't even want to be yourself. That's why you're covered in everything. Fake makeup, fake eyelashes, fake nails and hair. I guess when you say "be yourself", "yourself" is some dude with fake girl shit all over his body.

[....]

Okay, I'll give this girl a point for being the only normal-looking person in the video. And I will say, I of course am against hatred or violence too. I think we all are. Fortunately, anti-gay violence is very rare in America and the West. In fact, if these guys really cared and wanted to protect anti-gay violence, they should be talking to the countries in the Middle East who hang and behead people for being queer. Oh wait, we can't criticize them, because they're Muslims and it's their culture or some shit.

[....]

[Person: It's so important that we keep fighting for the right to be who we are. The right to love whoever we want to love.] Well, you're fighting for rights you already have. Gay people have all the rights. I understand raising awareness and having positive role models is important, too. But let's not pretend gay people are denied any rights.

[....]

Gotta love the gays: Great showmanship. I think they may be overstepping a little bit, but gays are known to be pretty dramatic. What do you guys think? Is this proud to be shit just the worst? Are LGBT people still brave little victims in America and the West?

Definitely not.[52]

Social criticism[edit]

Heatherly believes that he rebels against society by being overweight.[53]

Heatherly: I'm strong enough to, you know, not listen to society. You say that you have to listen to society. I say no.
Destiny: What do you mean by not listen to society, what has society ever told you that you have defied?
Heatherly: [...] What kind of body types would society dictate? [...] Muscular?
Destiny: Sure, probably muscular.
Heatherly: Ok, well, I'm a fatass. So, I don't give a shit. I don't care about weight. I don't give a fuck about what people say about weight. I do fine, I don't give a shit what society tells me what my weight should be or what I should eat, or what I should drink [...]. You met a true red-pilled alpha-motherfucker.

Ego[edit]

Heatherly put a high importance on his audience numbers:

Sounds like you're a little butthurt from people calling you and your followers cucks, if you even have that many followers. This video, for example, has been out for almost a week it doesn't have 300 likes, on a fucking channel with 1.6 million subscribers. To put a little perspective, my video I released yesterday, less than 24 hours ago, that's already got almost a thousand likes.[40]

Probably to compensate for something.[ad hoc]

Video responses[edit]

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External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. No Bullshit's logo feels oddly familiar. How strange.
  2. Heatherly made his identity public, indirectly. Heatherly previously hosted The Brooks Show (The Brooks Show channel) and has linked the two on his YouTube "recommended channels" sidebar. The Brooks Show has a public "Liked Videos" playlist (liked videos playlist [a w], video of playlist [a w]). The playlist includes two videos from No Bullshit, as well as three videos from two "Brooks Heatherly" accounts (video 1 [a w], video 2 [a w], video 3 [a w]; channel 1 [a w], channel 2 [a w]). The same person can clearly be identified in The Brooks Show (video 1 [a w], video 2 [a w]). And the same person can be identified on No Bullshit video [a w]. In short: A direct line of public and linked channels leads from No Bullshit to The Brooks Show to Brooks Heatherly.
  3. Not to be confused with the other Nobs.

References[edit]

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