Trolling the Enemy

It seems like on a daily basis I find myself in a debate with some form of undesirable creature voicing their opinion on whatever subject matter we are discussing at the time. At the end of it, I always wonder who won? Who lost? If somebody else was to read this, was my message conveyed clearly?


There are several key things to remember when trolling the enemy that I plan to discuss in this article.

First of all, remember that you are the higher class person in this argument and to treat the opposition with respect, not because they deserve it, but because you are the better person and anybody reading your dispute will likely pick up on this. Normies read the exchange, make the enemy look like a complete spaz fool.

Secondly, be aware of diversion tactics from the other side. A lot of times, it’s easy to back these swine into corners and when you do, they often come out swinging. Be prepared for insults and accusations to be thrown at you, this happens regularly, but use it to your advantage. Keep in mind that you’re the higher class in this situation, so don’t entertain their insults – stay on subject and ignore the rest.

You’ll also experience a variety of other distractions coming at you. They might try to pick apart your spelling or grammar, they might throw blank accusations at you, but instead of defending yourself against their simple tactics, embrace it, use it to your advantage. They might also ask you a question trying to divert the topic back to you and not the issue, do NOT answer it. The less they know about you the better.

Third, Google is your friend. Most people only recite what the MSM tells them and it’s very easy to shut these people down. You are not obligated to respond to them the very second somebody says something to you. Do a quick a search and throw some facts at them, when you do, you’ll more then likely see the true colors when they start calling you names or etc. But again, do not entertain them. Make them look petty and hysterical.

Fourth, people can’t argue with statistics and facts. Make sure your sources are credible and have them at the ready. Often times, when you do this, they will try to divert the conversation back to you, they’ll ask you a question, they accuse you of some unspeakable act (the go-to is usually regarding slavery, Jim Crow or the Holocaust). Embrace this, they are making themselves look foolish, not you. Sometimes you’ll notice that you don’t get a response. Consider this a victory and do not keep the conversation going. People reading your exchange will see that the other side didn’t have a comeback and that’s sufficient enough.

In closing, it’s important to remember to stay classy, respectful and intelligent. Again, this isn’t because the other person deserves your respect, but because the people reading your debate will notice your composure during the exchange. I’ve read a lot of comments that turn into pissing matches over the internet and, at that point, I just assume both sides are ignorant on the subject. While it is entertaining at times, I loose interest on the subject when both sides are just hurling insults at each other and I’m sure many people feel the same way. Remember, the more you talk, the more you open yourself up to a diversion tactics.

Keep your responses simple, respectful and to the point. Let the other side sperg out and reveal themselves as ignorant sheep.

-By Lee

Oh, I'm a good old Rebel, now that's just what I am;
For this "Fair Land of Freedom" I do not give a damn!
I'm glad I fit against it, I only wish we'd won,
And I don't want no pardon for anything I done.