Dating a pretentious man
That's the same website, by the way, that told its readers women really dig white supremacy. PT: Adds news that Cantwell surrendered to police in Virginia.
Conservative folk might say free speech is being trampled on, but no constitution can shield the neo-Nazi movement from the wrath of Silicon Valley.
I reached out to Cantwell for comment on his profile being yanked by Ok Cupid.
He responded quickly via email using a slur for Jews, who he says "will stop at nothing."#Just Nazi Things.
Police couldn't comment, but Cantwell's next date will probably be in court. Still, if you'd still like to have a look at what you're missing, Cantwell's old profiles are still available at the Internet Archive. Not because of what Cantwell says, but because of what he doesn't say. Relative to other Nazis, I mean."I talk a great deal about philosophical issues," he wrote in an archived profile.
I don't know what you'd expect a neo-Nazi's dating profile to look like. "Morality, politics, economics, religion, relationships and everything in between."That sounds more like a pretentious college freshman than the alt-right figure who told Vice that he wanted a president who is "a lot more racist than Donald Trump."Nowhere does he mention white nationalism, though he does gently describe himself as "jacked."If you'd like to see another Cantwell profile, you can check out the Southern Poverty Law Center's biography of the New Hampshire resident.
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Now you don’t really need to know how to talk to a guy only to impress one guy.It's just a shame that the documentary was about the Unite the Right rally on Aug. Many of my friends have found love through the magic of Tinder, Match or Ok Cupid.12 in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one woman dead and 19 injured. Still, plenty of people are freaked out by the whole enterprise.After the rally, Facebook, and Airbnb said they'll boot anyone who's part of a hate group. The Daily Stormer, a hate site that helped pull together the Charlottesville rally, has since been banished from the internet thanks in large part to Go Daddy and Google.
"I think that a lot more people are gonna die before we're done here."None of Cantwell's anger comes through in his Ok Cupid profile, which the company quickly pulled.