I'm mentally exhausted with Bronnen, I think this is the longest I have spent on an imageboard. The past few months some of the users here have been successful in breaking me down, and only some leftists are vocal, the rest just upvote or just don't care. Some even joined the bandwagon in trying to break me down. Of course, I was wrong the entire time that I can take on so many people.
4chan is pretty fast, impersonal, only politics, political memes. Okay, as Indian, it was unbearable during the heights of POO IN LOO meme. This is where I started to become confrontational, after hopping off from Facebook, Quora, YouTube, etc. Especially YouTube with the toxic MGTOW cringe. Quora is pretty leftist, California types and I hated it.
Krautchan is slightly slower than 4chan, but still way faster than Bronnen. Here too, the POO IN LOO meme especially from slavs, they are the most vitriolic people on the internet, I must say the craziest. Somehow as a group, they kind of run the /int/ of KC.
Bronnen is something more of a personal size, slow enough that you can read it without the threads vanishing and reply too. KC and 4chan are pretty depressing places, because they are very impersonal and real cringe. I remember n-word usage was common here, I think it's very common on the internet and even in real life, because this is how it the power structure is in the west, based on your race.
I have now accepted the fact that all of this baggage of the west i.e., racism on the internet is unavoidable if you want to post in uncensored places like imageboards.
I'm not going to fight it anymore, I'm just going to leave it. This is not for me anymore. Maybe if I was introduced to imageboards in another time when POO IN LOO meme was not as widespread, and hatred of non-whites is not so widespread, it would have been another story for me. I'm maladjusted to hatred culture of imageboards.
It was personal for me because I came back from Germany in 2015, and just within the year, the refugee crisis started, and based on my observations even from Facebook I could feel the hatred against refugees/migrants(legal or illegal). It increased all through 2016 and 2017, and I was in KC and I accepted that hatred was the norm. And it has gotten worse from my personal anecdotal evidences from my Indian friends and relatives(my friend who recently left his PhD midway due to funding problems and my uncle who went on job search visa).Post too long. Click here to view the full text.