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Onision is a hypocrite, but you already knew that

Sometimes I get into moods where I like watching rants on YouTube. I don’t know why, it’s just interesting to see people get so passionate about something. One of the ones I re-watched recently was a debate Onision held with Someguy827, where through the entire thing, Onision basically dodged questions either by answering with a condescending question or with an outright lie talking about how he changed when you can see, even today, he’s still the same old asshole. But one thing that pissed me off the most about the whole thing was the ending. Onision asked Someguy827 why if he hated him so much, he put so much attention and anger towards that one thing, and told him that it’s only logical that if you don’t like something, you leave that thing alone. *Facepalm*
It’s human nature to rant about the things we don’t like. It shows that we care about something so much that we want it to change for the better. And in this case, it’s so Onision stops manipulating other people. And Onision of all people should DEFINITELY know this. So many of this videos, past and present, are about how he hates certain things, including groups of people. Just watch any of his videos talking about how great he is that he’s a vegetarian and how meat-eaters are *insert childish insult*. Or his top ten videos where he talks about how he hates Republicans, and then not making a video about why he hates Democrats, or why he likes Republicans. Because as Onision said in the debate, you should always also make a video about the positive things about people instead of just focusing on the negative. And let’s not forget his exes. He’ll defend himself on being negative to groups of people because they’re not just one person. Okay, then why is it that he’ll gladly throw one of his exes under the bus, and make them out to be the bad person? The relationship is over, get over yourself, and stop using your fans to bash someone you don’t care for anymore. It’s ridiculous. And then he wonders why the internet knows so much about him. He doesn’t understand what privacy is.
And me talking about Onision isn’t because I’m looking for attention from someone who’s “popular”, or that I’m secretly in love with him, or I’m somehow jealous of him. It’s because he enrages me. His ongoing stupidity and pretentious attitude are irritating. I think I wouldn’t care so much if he just presented whatever his point of view is on whatever, and left it there, but he just has to complain like a 10 year old about something he doesn’t like, and call people who don’t agree with him “retards” and other words 10 year olds use to stir up anger. Oh, and he’ll also defend himself on using that word because he’s a “comedian”.
But you know what, with what people see as stupidity and hypocrisy, I see brilliance. For the wrong reasons of course. This guy knows exactly what buttons to push on people so they give him attention, and that attention brings in dollah bills. That, and the 12 year old girls that watch his videos love his makeup and unclever immature humor.

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