Talk:Kraut and Tea
- 1 Note to Whom it may concern
- 2 We have a bit on him
- 3 Added More Sources
- 4 I wouldn't consider Kraut's tweets negative I would consider them pretty barbaric.
- 5 I feel we need more Krautisims
- 6 Race-Realism/AltHype/Jean-Francois Gariépy Drama
- 7 'Heine was a poet, revolutionary, anti-nationalist, and liberal. Kraut and Tea is none of the above.'
- 8 This page looks a bit outdated and biased
Note to Whom it may concern
- I highly advise you to work more on this article. Any stub that's likely to stay stub (e.g. due to OP abandoning it early on) are liable to risk deletion. Also: On talk pages, please sign your comments using four tildes (~~~~) or by clicking on the sign button: on the toolbar above the edit panel. You can also indent successive talk page comments using one more colon (:) for each line. Thank you. Reverend Black Percy (talk) 13:33, 19 June 2017 (UTC)
We have a bit on him
Added More Sources
I wouldn't consider Kraut's tweets negative I would consider them pretty barbaric.
I feel we need more Krautisims
Race-Realism/AltHype/Jean-Francois Gariépy Drama
Youtubers on the right of the political spectrum have pointed out numerous factual errors in Krauts Anti-Alt-Right series. You may not agree with all of their points or their political stance, but many of the issues are just basic errors in Krauts understanding of the science. Some of his own "academic" helpers have pointed this out to him in private conversations that have been leaked. Just ignoring the basic and obvious mistakes in this series because they get pointed out by people you consider to be political opponents is not very rational.
- Kraut and Tea is Too Dumb for Science #1: r/K Selection
- Kraut Turns Sauer #2: Race Realism
- Kraut Looks for the Jean and Finds It.
- Kraut Teleports Behind AltHype's Back Using An Akkadian Mirror.
- Kraut is Racist in Private - Leaked Audio
Kraut has left the Internet after the unethical behavior in his private discord has been made public. Carl Benjamin also decided to remove his mirror because he didn't want to have anything to do with the crap Kraut pulled. --220.127.116.11 (talk) 09:52, 22 December 2017 (UTC)
'Heine was a poet, revolutionary, anti-nationalist, and liberal. Kraut and Tea is none of the above.'
and yet the first paragraph of the politics sections says otherwise. which is it? what is this page trying to say? ami supposed to like this chap or not? AMassiveGay (talk) 18:01, 20 February 2018 (UTC)
This page looks a bit outdated and biased
Kraut and Tea has revived his YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr_Q-bPpcw5fJ-Oow1BW1NQ/videos Nothing seems to be gone. Also, this article forgets to mention his stance on SJWs. He once was liked for being a moderate alt-righter fighting against Islamism propagated by the Qatari government (he probably was one of the first Western people that discovered this very nasty cultural marxist and Islamist broadcaster called Al-Jazeera), ex-Stasi leftists consulting at big multinationals like Unilever and Google, lobby groups under the control of George Soros and things like that, but being a post WWII (Bavarian) German of origin he gets instantly triggered by anything referring to Nazis. To be honest, I was a loyal follower of him from the beginning until he got into the shit of alt-right (I was getting enough of this left-right political bullshit) and thus missed the moment he probably went mental and started doxxing people. A thing I am not very fond of due to the fact I think it's inappropriate that mistakes should follow someone for the rest of that one's life. I also admit Ihaven't researched that part sufficiently to take a stand on this. However, I think this article still is too biased being written by some angry fundamental alt-righters due to the fact it only describes his Untergang at the end and not during his Golden year in which he brought some very useful contributions to the YouTube community like mentioned and also the exposure of alt-right YouTubers with a double agenda like for example Edgy Sphinx.
Yours sincerely and Truck of Peace be upon you,
- There are a few problems with this, the first of which being how did you manage to convince yourself that WE, of all people, are fundamentalist alt-righters??? Second of all, there is no such thing as "moderate alt-righter[s]," Soros conspiracies, SJWs, or "cultural marxism [sic]," so that is not of importance. Third, he really isn't important enough to warrant a long article about him (although I suppose we do have long articles about nobodies like Emil Kirkegaard). Sorry to burst your bubble. Ꞩᵽꞧɨꞡꞡɨꞥⱥ (ⱦⱥłꞣ) (ȼøꞥⱦꞧɨƀꞩ) @ 15:05, 28 March 2018 (UTC)
- My apologies I react a bit late. I've forgotten this page, but was reminded of this page by Kraut's increased YouTube activity per september. I just wanted to make clear it looks like it was written by fundamentalist alt-righters which indeed doesn't have to mean the editors have to be alt-righters. Also, now I found out the other side of Kraut brilliantly summarised at the Encyclopedia Dramatica. Beside of that, George Soros' Open Society Foundation is funding organisations and lobby groups like for example the Amadeu Antonio Stiftung that can be considered political activist groups in the cultural Marxist spectrum. Makes sense though. Soros has proven with e.g. Black Wednesday in 1992 and Malaysia's financial crisis in 1997 destroying countries is his way to make money. --Alexandros des Børgus (talk) 22:05, 30 September 2018 (UTC)