>I don't even know how you can think that it's a valid argument against what you replied with it to.
Listing multiple explicitly political boards is a valid rebuttal to the false assertion "There's no politics board in the webring". Shifting the goalposts doesn't make it an invalid response you jewish nigger.
>People don't always agree with /pol/ but most people at the very least accept national socialist concepts and imagery [...]
>What people do appear to overwhelmingly agree on is to be against leftist politics though
'Not care about' is a better phrase than 'accept', and I haven't seen much of that except for on zzzchan, /k/ and a few 'dead boards' which apparently don't matter because they're small or slow. Even /k/ here, who have a solid 'right-wing' bias, doesn't loose their shit when someone posted a screencap from /leftypol/'s anti-Zionism: >>>/k/15752
. That's not some obscure dead board.
The /krautchan/ communism thread up right now has multiple responses in support of either communism or anarchism (that is, the epitomes of /leftypol/ politics) and the /sp/ threads about the European Super League had many anons calling the Liverpool fans 'based' for displaying communist imagery and slogans. That's not overwhelming. Just because you browse different boards with lots of ex-8/pol/ immigrants making it popular doesn't mean you can speak on behalf of the webring or invalidate boards that are slower by saying the webring is overwhelmingly against something you don't see much of.
>The problem is caused by the fact that the main attraction is /leftypol/.
The main attraction to anon.cafe was /fascist/. That was the majority of our incoming users and of our traffic. So what? Looking at their PPH right now, almost half of Leftypol's traffic goes to non-political boards (/b/, /hobby/, /anime/, /music/). That's a much better split than this site had. And they're not all leftists, unless you think monarchists, nazbols, libs and ancaps are somehow leftist.
>Are you jewish by chance? I'm noticing you're repeating talking points that were just addressed as if they weren't.
If you mean by your 'everyone hates /leftypol/ and not /fascist/' argument, it's bullshit. Just because the imageboards in the webring you like to use have more vocal /pol/ users than vocal /leftypol/ users doesn't make it universal. No shit the /b/ board in zzzchan you use is overrepresented in anti-/leftypol/ types; the subtitle on the webring is "GAS THE KIKES RACE WAR NOW". Hell, to pretend zzzchan doesn't 'balance' leftypol out in it's outspoken /pol/ tendencies is laughable.
>inb4 it's ironic
It's humorous and exaggerated, but it's clearly not ironic.