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Mommy Didn't Love Him Daddy Didn't Love Him
Debate Score:24
Arguments:7
Total Votes:27
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Bronto's Fascist Rhetoric Is Evidence Of A Deeply Unhinged Personality

It is difficult to even pity such a vile creature, contorted and twisted such as he is by his own hatred for humanity. There are certainly worse analogies to make than comparing him to Gollum from Lord of the Rings. Or at the very least Grima the Wormtongue.

Mommy Didn't Love Him

Side Score: 3
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Daddy Didn't Love Him

Side Score: 21

Bronto slaps his penis out of shame when it becomes aroused by men.

Side: Mommy Didn't Love Him
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I think the saddest part is people haven't realised that Nom and Bronto are the same guy.

Side: Mommy Didn't Love Him
JosephStalin(42) Disputed
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I think the saddest part is people haven't realised that Nom and Bronto are the same guy.

Nom and Bronto are not the same nigga, you gay ass nugget. If they were the same nigga, why have they been attacking each other and arguing constantly and sucking each other's dicks since the beginning of time.

Side: Daddy Didn't Love Him
5 points

Bronto's Fascist Rhetoric Is Evidence Of A Deeply Unhinged Personality

Cool. I looked up the king of fascism, Benito Mussolini's quotes, and he was giving Marx some serious love.

It was inevitable that I should become a Socialist ultra, a Blanquist, indeed a communist. I carried about a medallion with Marx’s head on it in my pocket. I think I regarded it as a sort of talisman… [Marx] had a profound critical intelligence and was in some sense even a prophet.

As quoted in Talks with Mussolini , Emil Ludwig, Boston, MA, Little, Brown and Company (1933) p. 38. Interview between March 23 and April 4, 1932, at the Palazzo di Venezia in Rome [1]

Supporting Evidence: Benito Mussolini Quotes (en.m.wikiquote.org)
Side: Daddy Didn't Love Him
5 points

God does not exist—religion in science is an absurdity, in practice an immorality and in men a disease.

Benito Mussolini

- Time magazine (Aug. 25, 1924)

Side: Daddy Didn't Love Him
5 points

For us the national flag is a rag to be planted on a dunghill. There are only two fatherlands in the world: that of the exploited and that of the exploiters.

La Lotta di Classe (1910), while a socialist, paraphrasing French socialist Gustave Hervé, quoted in Mussolini in the Making (1938) by Gaudens Megaro

Variant translation: The national flag is a rag that should be placed in a dunghill.

As quoted in Aspects of European History, 1789-1980 (1988) by Stephen J. Lee, p. 191

Benito Mussolini

Side: Daddy Didn't Love Him
5 points

The Fascist State directs and controls the entrepreneurs, whether it be in our fisheries or in our heavy industry in theVal d'Aosta. There the State actually owns the mines and carries on transport, for the railways are state property. So are many of the factories… We term it state intervention… If anything fails to work properly, the State intervenes. The capitalists will go on doing what they are told, down to the very end. They have no option and cannot put up any fight. Capital is not God; it is only a means to an end.

As quoted in Talks with Mussolini, Emil Ludwig, Boston, MA, Little, Brown and Company (1933), pp. 153-154, Interview took place between March 23 and April 4, 1932

Militarism! Here is the monstrous leech that is incessantly sucking the blood of the people and its best energy! Here is the target for our attacks! We must put an end to barbarism, proclaim that the army is now a highly organized school of crime and that it exists solely to protect bourgeois capital and profits. We must not be deterred from proclaiming ourselves international socialists. We recognize no borders and no flags, we hate all steel, every institution that exist to kill men, waste energy, strangle the advance of the workers.

As quoted in The Myth of the Nation and the Vision of Revolution, Jacob Talmon, University of California Press (1981) p. 487, Mussolini’s article, (April 11, 1909)

Benito Mussolini

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