• Top 18 Dumbest Butthurt Comments About South Shore Turtlegirl Shaming A Fragile White Nationalist From Southboro



    Top 18 Most Hilarious Dumb Butthurt Comments About South Shore Turtlegirl Shaming A Fragile White Nationalist From Southboro

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    South Shore Turtlegirl unleashed a torrent of butthurt in the comments when she doxxed this local idiot from Southboro who was marching with his white nationalist Nazi friends down in Charlottesville:

    Some of the comments are so hilarious and absurd that the only thing we could do is mock them openly. Here’s the Top 18 dumbest comments about Charlottesville. For the record I’m sure many of these people are loyal turtle riders. We don’t care. If you say dumb things on our page we make fun of you. That’s our thing. There are no sacred cows at Turtleboy and we are an equal opportunity shaming website.

     

    18. TJ Junior

    So many strong points being made. Turtleboy never says a word about black lives matter terrorists who spew racial hatred. Ever. We love them. We also never shame particular individuals. We just have a thing for attacking random white guys. Everyone knows that.

     

     

    17. Keith Provan

    “Black lives matter is racist and bad. Therefore I’m gonna say white lives matter, because this will make me better than them.”

     

     

    16. Carlye Achibeque

    “I’m a radical leftist and generally unlovable. In order to get people to agree with me I’ll take a tragic event like this and use it to curtail basic American civil liberties.”

    Newsflash – there’s no such thing as hate speech. It’s an objective term that varies based on what you perceive to be hateful. “Hate speech” is 100% protected speech, and this is a good thing. If noodleboogers wanna wave confederate flags and wear Nazi armbands in the streets, they are free to do so. And we are free to mock and humiliate them so that no one will ever hire them again. This is what winners do. Losers whine about outlawing hate speech.

     

     

    15. Tom Barrett

    Yup, Turtleboy is the bigot:

    Shocking that a Voke-stached chudmudder like this would end up using a tittoo as yogurt slinger target practice:

    The second you play the “I know who Turtleboy” card, you’ve already lost the argument. You don’t have a leg to stand on so you deflect and act like people care who you think TB is. Because apparently there’s only one of us. Watch out though, this guy has been “researching” who Turtleboy is for years. Stay tuned for a link from Dan Margolis or Clive McFarlane!

     

     

    14. Corey Melanson

    What makes them torch wielding white nationalist? That’s a tough one Corey. Might be all the white guys with tiki torches:

    He makes a good point though. I can’t find any evidence of these fragile white winners engaged in racist behavior. It’s not like there’s guys walking around Charlottesville with their favorite Hitler shirts on or anything like that.

     

     

     

    13. Janos Kozma

    Yes, a “large portion.” Or the 10-12 chuds out of our 90,500 Facebook followers who are featured in this blog. But yea, generalizing large groups of people has proven to be an effective way to engage in political discourse. You’re totally not part of the problem Janos. You’re one of the good ones.

     

     

    12. Gregory Hajder

    Thomas Jefferson founded UVA in 1819 when Robert E. Lee was 12 years old. But he did use all caps in FOUNDER and is using the white nationalist shield in his profile picture (to protect his delicate feelings from mean words on Facebook), so he must know what he’s talking about. Lee was the confederacy’s finest general. So good that he led them to a crushing defeat. We should definitely memorialize him whenever possible. Participation trophies for everyone!! And while we’re at it we should put up some statues for Erwin Rommel. That guy might’ve been Hitler’s best Nazi general but he was really just fighting back against the war of Allied aggression. All history is worth glamorizing.

     

     

    11. Sandra Demers

    Good point Sandra. Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe were all slave owners, and we don’t take down their statues. Sure, they all happened to be Presidents of the United States of America, while Lee was the general of an insurgency group that led hundreds of thousands of his own people to slaughter in a failed attempt to defeat the United States in a war. Besides that your analogy is spot on.

     

     

    10. Donna McCarthy

    Donna is good friends with Dianne Williamson and is mad that we shamed her friend for posting naked pictures of her tow truck driver on Facebook. But yea, we’re the hateful ones.

     

     

    9. Adam Sutton

    This exchange was too perfect. A guy named Nicholas Smith hits the like button on Facebook. His “friend” Adam Sutton sees this on his timeline and immediately assumes that his buddy Nick is a hateful bigot for reading AND agreeing with Turtleboy. This line of thinking has had nothing to do with the current political climate in our country that culminated in what happened yesterday in Charlottesville. Nothing at all.

     

     

    8. Christopher Tamulevich

    Yea, why are we calling these guys Nazis? They’re just a bunch of people using identity politics to band together based exclusively on race. I didn’t see any Nazi related jew-hating going on in Charlottesville.

    Nothing at all.

     

     

    7. Andrew Ziemba

    You didn’t unite people against liberals. You legitimized all the rhetoric they’ve been spewing about Trump emboldening white supremacists. But yea, it’s totally not a white supremacist or Nazi rally. There just so happened to be white people everywhere with Nazi flags and armbands. Total coincidence.

     

     

    6. Jay Robert

    Non violent? Good point. This is what nonviolence looks like:

    Nice going Jay Robert.

    Thought this was a joke at first. I mean, a white nationalist literally murdered someone yesterday. Regardless of how terrible the protesters and Antifa are, the fact of the matter is that running 19 people over with your car is the most violent thing a person can do. Turns out he was dead serious and messaged us afterwards to let us know what a big mistake it was to trash talk this lovely human beings:

    I love when people lecture us about how we’re going to “lose” readers. Newsflash – we have never, ever, ever lost a single reader. Ever. The people who hate us the most, read us the most. Every single day we grow in numbers. People can’t get enough, including you Jay Robert. But please, lecture us more about how to build a following with a blog. You’re obviously much more experienced than we are on this topic.

     

     

    5. Bobby Kennedy

    Yea, it’s totally one side’s fault. The guy who drove his car into a crowd of assholes had no choice. They made him do it. Totally peaceful. It’s all a big media conspiracy because they’re biased against Nazis.

     

     

    4. Lissa Walters

    Lissa with the extra s in her name for “salty”! Good point Lissa. Has Turtleboy ever even criticized black lives matter or Antifa before? Nope. We’re fully on board with those winners!

    This is such a strong point this obviously brilliant woman has brought up. Why are we tearing down confederate statutes? We ALWAYS honor countries that declare war on the United States with memorials. Like the Emperor Yamamoto statue outside of Boston City Hall. Or the Benedict Arnold monument in Washington DC. Or the Osama bin Laden plaque in New York. P.S. Facebook filters are a magical thing.

     

     

    3. Dick Sanders

    Yea, what’s the big deal about getting together with your white nationalist friends to celebrate your whiteness? Perfectly normal thing to do. I know on the weekends I like to get together with a bunch of people from all over the country whose only commonality is our skin pigmentation. Nothing extremist about that Turdboy!

    The best part about these people is they’re the ones who whine the loudest about how black lives matter is racist. They’re so opposed to identity politics that they practice it themselves. As a turtle rider pointed out, this was shocking too:

    Perfectly normal for a single, middle aged man to take trips to Disney World too.

     

     

    2. Mark McAuliffe

    Stupid libtard!!! How dare you mock fragile white people who feel the need to rally with their fellow Nazis in defense of whiteness. There’s nothing funny about that!! This is serious stuff. VERY serious!! Winner!

     

     

    1. Maxwell Hanson

    Oh, yea, this guy right here is wicked oppressed!

    Yea man, he’s just trying to preserve his race. Didn’t you get the message? White people are on the verge of extinction. There’s white killing death squads going door to door. And the only way to preserve our collective whiteness is by purchasing as many Rastafarian themed t-shirts as possible and growing goatees that look like newborn baby dirty diapers.

    He’s right though. We totally fell for the propaganda. It’s totally not a big deal or even real news that this guy:

    Drove a car into a group of protesters in defense of whiteness. This is normal:

    It’s just a bunch of white guys, “meeting up the park.” Nothing to see here!

    He wasn’t done though……

    “I love my people.”

    Newsflash shithead – I am white, and I am certainly not “your people.” We are not the same. I am much, much better than you in all aspects of life. Also, I’m white and I generally hate most white people. Most, not all. Mostly the white people on both sides of the aisle who wasted their weekend going to Charlottesville to yell at each other.

    He’s right though. White people are being driven out of every country on earth in which they are the majority. This is a bad thing. Because it’s only OK if the majority is white. Brown people are bad. Thank God we have this man right here to save white people like myself from genocide at the hands of our majority white country:

     

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    Discussion

    1. Long Dong Duc


      Nazis vs Communists.. where have I heard this story before.

      Save your energy for this down to DC is within range of North Korean missiles, not hours warning, minutes warning, what you gonna do with your last 11 minutes, where you gonna go.

    2. Craig Polewaczyk


      “First they came …” is a poem written by German Lutheran pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984). It is about the cowardice of German intellectuals following the Nazis’ rise to power and subsequent purging of their chosen targets, group after group. Many variations and adaptations in the spirit of the original have been published in the English language. It deals with themes of persecution, guilt and responsibility.
      First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Socialist.

      Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

      1. Weak kneed liberals everywhere


        First they came for the illegals and I applauded
        then the no gun zone liberals and I applauded
        then the junkies and I applauded
        then the crack-heads and I applauded
        then radical islamists and I applauded
        then the naked gays on the hiking trail and I applauded
        When they came for me I exercised my 2nd amendment and went back to reading a book.

    3. Michael Hutson


      ok with everything except slamming R.E.Lee;he was loyal to Virginia,George Thomas(see”Rock of Chickamauga”) another Virginian,chose the Union side-doesn’t make either a bad person;btw SC secession was legal;Lincoln unconstitutional,suspended writ of habeas corpus and declared martial law;invaded the South; if he recognized the Confederacy,illegally invaded a sovereign country;if he didn’t recognize the Confederacy used the Army on US soil somthing we wouldn’t allow now,maybe because of him

    4. Wwy


      She wrote a communist article it’s ok mistakes are made by everybody.

    5. White Nationalist Turtle Rider


      This site has completely joined up with Barstool in going as far left as possible. Anti-white, anti-republican, anti-Trump liberals who refuse to pick a side.

      1. Paul


        You just described THREE sides that we are picking… do you read your posts before hitting SEND???

    6. Free


      Don’t stand in the road it’s a bad idea, squirrels are proof of this.

    7. Free


      Don’t be part of a riot, go home, never stand in front of a running vehicle, use the crosswalk and wait for the light and ya still gotta look both ways!

    8. Mirror Mirror


      Liberal TB.

      Hypocritical as usual.

    9. dick buttkiss


      the founding fathers were also part of an insurgent group that resulted in thousands of deaths…

    10. First Amendment ?


      Double standards here. It’s Ok to have a group like ‘ La Raza”, translated to ‘The Race”. But if white people protest the removal of Confederate monuments, that is a sacrilege of some sort ? What if one of the left wing fascists killed and injured many as the wacko kid did. Guaranteed, there would not be much said of it. Compared to what is going on now. RIP to the person killed and hope the injured recover. Of course punish the murderer too.

      1. Alma


        “It’s OK to have a group like “La Raza” translation: “The Race”.
        No, it’s not, you’re missing the point. TB would be every bit as merciless with them. TB shines a light on the idiocy of identity politics and race baiters on BOTH sides. Is it wrong for BLM to spew hate? Yes, but it’s equally wrong for any other races to do the same, white or non-white. It’s all just humans being low IQ dumb-asses embarrassing themselves.

    11. Cooper


      This is what happens when all the mental institutions close there doors. I bet three quarters or more of them suffer from a mental illness…. What’s wrong with All Lives Matter… It’s just to simple to grasp. Fuck all them groups just let me live my life and stay outta my way.

      1. Alma


        Yup.

    12. whatevuh


      They gave us the 2nd amendment to defend the 1st amendment that’s why they are #1 and #2

      1. Alma


        Thanks, I was wondering about that!

    13. Alma


      I hate to show my ignorance, but help me out here. This was a White Nationalist gathering, so as far as I can tell White Nationalist = pro-white, right? But in the pictures some of them are sporting swastikas. I’m confused, because Mr. Nelson, my history teacher, sez that Nazis killed millions of white people. What gives?

    14. Buster


      What about all the bloviating turtleboy did about his “freedommobile”?

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