...so which is it? ..."A-OK" or "666" hand sign???

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...a Chicago Cubs fan gets banned and the image of his hand blurred..... but Ariana Grande, et al flash the same sign over their eye and they are celebrated and emulated....
....full link: https://summit.news/2019/05/14/gay-...white-supremacist-for-using-the-ok-hand-sign/

Gay, Liberal Atheist Stephen Fry Labeled a “White Supremacist” For Using the OK Hand Sign

Clown world claims another victim.



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Gay, liberal atheist British television presenter Stephen Fry is being labeled a “white supremacist” because he did the OK hand sign.

Fry flashed up the dangerous symbol to promote Mental Health Awareness Week, tweeting, “Are you A.O.K?”

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Are you A.O.K? Our friends @aok.kitchen are supporting @MindCharity this Mental Health Awareness Week, 13th - 19th May. Follow them to find out more.
#mentalhealthawarenessweek#MHAW19
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The media then made a story out of the “controversy,” quoting numerous imbeciles who claimed Fry was boosting alt-right racists.

“Didn’t have you down as part of the alt-right,” wrote one.

“Stephen and friends – You might want to be super careful using this symbol if you don’t want to be confused with white supremacist creeps,” added another.

Fry was forced to respond, tweeting, “I really will not allow the simple (OK) gesture to belong to the moronic dogwhistling catfishing foghorning frogmarching pigsticking d***waving few who attempt to appropriate it for their own fatuous fantasies.”

Stephen Fry@stephenfry
Replying to @stephenfry
PS: I really will not allow the simple
gesture to belong to the moronic dogwhistling catfishing foghorning frogmarching pigsticking dickwaving few who attempt to appropriate it for their own fatuous fantasies. T
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The comedian is well known for supporting all manner of liberal causes, from environmentalism to LGBT activism and is a lifelong supporter of the left-wing Labour Party.

So let me get this straight; Either Fry is a closet white supremacist who has been hiding his bigotry for 61 years behind a veil of left-wing political beliefs and liberal activism, or the media and the left is run by a cult that needs to constantly fan the flames of hysteria to convince everyone that neo-nazis are taking over society in order to obtain power and generate revenue.

You be the judge.

The notion that the ‘OK’ hand gesture is a secret white supremacist code was a troll started by 4chan which the media completely fell for.

As we reported last week, in a report about a Chicago Cubs fan who was banned for flashing up an ‘OK’ sign during a television broadcast, NBC News blurred out the image of the ‘offensive’ hand gesture.

Once again society is caught between a bunch of nihilistic, autistic 4chan sperglord trolls and a hysterical mainstream media that takes them seriously and then legitimizes their autism for ragebait clicks.
 





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Stories like this point out the inherent issues with focusing on symbolism; that's to say the meaning of a symbol can change depending on various circumstances. Especially hand gestures; the infamous "horns" can be a genuinely Satanic symbol, a superstitious ward AGAINST evil, or a powerless symbol people just flash at Texas sports games or that.


...Also, if 4chan was promoting the A-OK handsign to be a racist symbol, and it was adopted by actual racists (such was Richard Spencer) people who are opposed to racism should be cautious. Not go on blind witch hunts... But at least see the context.

Also... Isn't Paul Joseph Watson that dude who started the whole stupid soyboy meme, selling his masculinity tonic, that contained soy?
 





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Stories like this point out the inherent issues with focusing on symbolism; that's to say the meaning of a symbol can change depending on various circumstances. Especially hand gestures; the infamous "horns" can be a genuinely Satanic symbol, a superstitious ward AGAINST evil, or a powerless symbol people just flash at Texas sports games or that.
Thats one way to look at it, other way would be that it means what it means despite our knowledge or ability to see/decipher...if it's horns it remains horns doesn't matter we recognize it as such or not. It can be something else too, but it's horns nonetheless...
 





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Thats one way to look at it, other way would be that it means what it means despite our knowledge or ability to see/decipher...if it's horns it remains horns doesn't matter we recognize it as such or not. It can be something else too, but it's horns nonetheless...
The horns, without context, have no meaning. It's just a mostly closed hand, with the index and middle finger extended... And even if you trace back the earliest sources it's origins was benign; Hindus uses it as a sign to banish demons, Italians used it as a ward against bad luck/forces. The whole "evil" aspect really didn't come until Crowley.

That's why context matters more than anything else.
 





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The horns, without context, have no meaning. It's just a mostly closed hand, with the index and middle finger extended... And even if you trace back the earliest sources it's origins was benign; Hindus uses it as a sign to banish demons, Italians used it as a ward against bad luck/forces. The whole "evil" aspect really didn't come until Crowley.

That's why context matters more than anything else.
I do think context matters as well as intent. So many young people simply follow what celebrities are doing that you will see the one eye, ok symbol, horns, etc. being used all the time by kids or even adults who don't truly know what it means. The whole ok symbol as a symbol of white power, though, is ridiculous. If it is, the K k k types were dumb in picking a symbol that people such as Beyonce and JZ use on the regular. I'm certain those two aren't white supremacists ... and I'm pretty sure JZ is a satanist considering his clothing line has "do what thou wilt" on some of it. I'd be willing to bet that at least 90% of the times that you see a celebrity flashing that sign we are talking satanism. And there is a good chance that is exactly how Stephen Fry meant it as well.
 





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This is why this symbol can never be taken as just a white power symbol: 1) it has a common usage, and 2) it is well known to be an occult symbol flashed by politicians and celebrities alike. Sadly, this likely means that AOC is illuminati confirmed. Unfortunately, any person who claims to speak for working class regular people (whether it is Trump on the right or AOC on the left) is just there to pacify the angry peasants and give them false hope that somehow things will change.
 





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If an actual neo-nazi uses the ok sign then they're using it to troll people and to symbolize their white supremacist beliefs. Like Richard Spencer and his friends did. But if a regular person uses the sign, they're usually just using it to mean "ok". I don't think Stephen has done anything to make him seem like a neo-nazi and he hasn't claimed to be one... He obviously was not using the symbol to represent white supremacy and I don't think anyone has labeled him as a white supremacist. The were only a couple of twitter replies telling Stephen to be careful about utilizing that symbol... they didn't even really call him a neo-nazi. I don't think this random tweet is worthy of a "news" article being written about it but apparently paul joseph watson thinks this is important.
 





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It's three sixes. The A-OK is a smokescreen.
Our host, VC, covers its' origins in the context of the one eye.