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So many people in the dissident right have two first names:

  • Jared Taylor
  • Richard Spencer
  • Hunter Wallace
  • Paul Ramsey
  • Lauren Rose
  • Faith Goldy

Who needs more than one first name anyway? What should be done about this unjust name distribution?

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LargoEmbargo 5 June 29
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Hold up! Taylor wasn't a popular first name until the 90's. I'm offended. Not really.


We could put "licious" after every 2nd name...Spencerlicious; Jordanlicious; then we would all be the same and then we would have to make up another reason to judge someone we have never met.


OK this thread turned out to be way funnier than I thought it would be


We should all be forced to roll a dice every time we address such a person in order to know whether to refer to his first first, or second first name.

We'll leave it up to the God of Chance.


first time I have seen the terminology "dissident right" - so is this a new buzz word being tossed about on CNN, and other leftist propaganda agencies?

iThink Level 8 June 30, 2020

No one says "dissident right" in mainstream media because that's what they call themselves; MSM would rather use slurs like "white supremacist."


They should be required to have an ethnic middle name like Dequarius.

Andyman Level 6 June 30, 2020

Definitely. This is the dawning of the Age of Dequarius.

As someone who lives in Africa I find it amusing what Americans think is an ethnic name. So here are a few real African ones just for fun.
Male names:
Sipho (pronounced seep ho),
Buyile (boo yee leh),
Liviwe (lee vee weh);
Female names:
Thandeka (tonne decker),
Vuyolwethu (vu yol where to),
Zodwa (pronounced the same)

@AndrewG I used to think Black American names like LeQuan, MarShaundra and ShaQuinta were just ignorant "ghetto" monikers. Then it dawned on me that they are genuine badges of tribal identity - just like someone of Irish descent naming their Patrick or Colleen. "KeyShawn" says "I belong to the Black American tribe". So they are really ethnic names.

@AndrewG I was thinking the women had names like Breadquanda and the men had ones like Sakkapan Muddiq.

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