Talk:Emil Kirkegaard

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Edit revert

Hi, I undid an edit made by a user named octopus. @PaultheOctopus

Its totally redundant to point out Kirkegaard is partly Jewish because he has 2.8% Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry on a DNA test. If we use the latter claim, pretty much anyone can claim to be partly anything because of historical mixture between ethnic groups. There's also the fact Kirkegaard uses this claim to try to deflect allegations of anti-Semitism. Several other white nationalists have done the same e.g. Ryan Faulk claims he is 6.25% "African American" (itself a problematic category in these DNA tests) to deflect allegations of racism.Tobias (talk) 14:54, 5 May 2019 (UTC)

Impersonations on Reddit

Recent Twitter discussion about Kirkegaard's blog post about paedophilia

Considering he's also pro drugging and raping kids, kinda feel like the onus is on you to prove he shouldn't be demonized.
—@Beersforopeners[1]
I presume coffee is referring to a well known and disturbing blog post in which Emil considers whether one ‘solution’ to paedophilia would be to allow paedophiles to drug & rape children. Emil suggests they wouldn’t really be harmed if they don’t remember.
—@C_Kavanagh[2]
Including a thoughtful discussion of how very small children could be harmed anyway due to their bodily openings not being large enough to accommodate a regular adult penis. Emil recommends non penetration. Sorry... but Jesus Christ.
—C_Kavanagh[3]
It is demented. What is going on with the spelling though?
—ArthurCDent[4]
It's utterly vile.
—amyalkon[5]
God knows... English as second language? Internet/blog standards? It almost makes it worse because it robs it off the veneer of being a ‘high minded’ philosophical thought experiment. Nope this is just some dude blogging in a pseudo-intellectual style about adults raping kids.
—C_Kavanagh[6]
I’ve not seen or heard him advocate that since—and it’s not clear how serious that post was. My suspicion is that he’s on the spectrum and is unaware how people will greet his words.
—Epoe187[7]
Tobias (talk) 15:59, 11 May 2019 (UTC)
  1. https://twitter.com/Beersforopeners/status/1127201630120579073
  2. https://twitter.com/C_Kavanagh/status/1127204136670228480
  3. https://twitter.com/C_Kavanagh/status/1127208915706368000
  4. https://twitter.com/ArthurCDent/status/1127209621200883713
  5. https://twitter.com/amyalkon/status/1127212179285929984
  6. https://twitter.com/C_Kavanagh/status/1127211160183296003
  7. https://twitter.com/EPoe187/status/1127214803120947200

Why were recent edits about Kirkegaard's incest and rape posts removed?

Just to point out the other IPS are not me. I added the original Kirkegaard incest blog post where he said he wants to legalize incest, a few days ago. It is relevant. Can a mod restore the said content. Thanks. 174.128.181.152 (talk) 20:43, 15 September 2019 (UTC)
that content is still disputed, absolutely nothing has been done to address that. if someone who has been on this site more than 5 minutes wants to talk about it then go ahead.EK (talk) 20:53, 15 September 2019 (UTC)
Those users and IPs were being too judgemental, we should not judge people here! So Kirkegaard wants to legalize drugs and incest. He is entitled to that view. There is nothing wrong with quoting his own words. John66 (talk) 17:17, 18 September 2019 (UTC)
epic irrational libertarian moment. the original headline quote was more biting than the new one u picked btw EK (talk) 18:25, 18 September 2019 (UTC)