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FURRY RAIDERS - United against hate

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This is a gift art for Foxler. AKA: starfoxACEFOX - https://twitter.com/starfoxACEFOX

And a gift art for the Furry Raiders of the furry subculture: https://www.furryraiders.org/ https://twitter.com/Furry_Raiders

He gets a LOT of hate. For no good reason.

Yeah, he seems to enjoy attention. But he also seems to care about the subculture as a whole, and wants the best for 'furry' as a whole.

Again, if anyone actually has any evidence at all about Foxler or, more specifically, the Furry Raiders being horrible. Provide it.

So far, all I have heard is people stating outright that they are bad. With no evidence to back up that  - FEELING - that they have.

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male 995,304, fox 209,653, furry 80,869, traditional 19,012, paw 17,983, banner 1,757, print 557, armband 208, raider 105, foxler 31, starfoxacefox 5
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Published: 5 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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Alondite
5 years, 4 months ago
You ask in what way the Furry Raiders are Nazis. You get some screenshots that prove nothing (like Foxler doing that gesture). You state that you need more 'evidence' than that. Then you get blocked.

It's always the same dance, right?
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
So far it has always been that dance yes.

I need some, actual and legitimate evidence.

Not a collection of out of context trolling screenshots that could have been faked and lack context for what it was in response to.
TeaPartyRabbit
5 years, 4 months ago
I don't know much about the group, and not interested in knowing about it.  Not being mean, rather that I don't have an interest in groups.  However, I do have some advice on the initial reaction to just knowing the name of the group.  I would suggest that the name alone causes concern as 'Raiders' is defined as people that attack or are involved in illegal activity.  For people that don't know the group, it doesn't give a give a good first impression.
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Yes indeed.

It isn't a good first impression, agreed.

After that though, it seems to have a pretty decent second impression, what with giving rooms away for free to attend conventions, cake and free seats to see Zootopia and all of that.
LupinVWolfe
5 years, 4 months ago
When I first heard "Furry Raiders" several months ago, my first thought was the Oakland Raiders football team, except with all the players anthro... LOL

And I ain't even a fan!
ThaPig
5 years, 4 months ago
I don't know anything about that group... but a red armband with a symbol inside a white circle gives me the wrong mental association.
Maulkin
5 years, 4 months ago
*nods* Which means they're a bit trolly, sure - but then, that's probably part of the intent, like my icon. So many furs, however, utterly sperge out and "REEEEEEEEEE THEY'RE ALL TEH NAZIS REEEEEEE", which is probably the most retarded reaction one can have.
Athendae
5 years, 4 months ago
To parody something isn't equal to imitating it out of admiration. In fact, parodying something with the intent to diminish the meaning of a hate symbol until it's power in the hands an actual hate group is meaningless is a legitimate tactic.
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Hah, a parody of something, for a group full of different races and many homosexuals... kinda is fantastic thinking about it.
Athendae
5 years, 4 months ago
That's actually part of the point I was making. What better way to take away the power of a negative symbol than to appropriate it into a cause specifically designed to counter hate and negativity?
Athendae
5 years, 4 months ago
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Yes that was amazing!

That was fantastic!

They got to feel like they were doing the wrong thing no matter what they decided!

That is exactly the right approach to reducing extremism.
ThaPig
5 years, 4 months ago
I didn't say it showed admiration, just that it gives that visual association. Images always speak faster than words, before I read the actual name of the group I saw the armband and that's the first impression I got.

Parody is a tricky thing that doesn't always work in the intended way. Many attempts at parody end up being interpreted as supporting the actual thing they are trying to mock.
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Well don't worry. They have armbands of every colour, even rainbow and tie died with little paws on it.

And yes, the red one does seem to be a bit intentionally trollish, in a way pushing the freedom of expression portion of what is important in free countries.
BrokenPupper
5 years, 4 months ago
Here's his wikifur page if you're curious: http://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Foxler_Nightfire
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Oh wow. Wikifur.

That is totally reputable.

Not at all similar to encyclopaedia dramatica at all.

At least not for this individual.

Oh wait.
LupinVWolfe
5 years, 4 months ago
Love this. Ꜫ:
ZeloxQuo
5 years, 4 months ago
Glad that you do.   : 3

And wow that is a very angular 'catface'. Haven't seen that one before.
LupinVWolfe
5 years, 4 months ago
I'm a Unicode Wizard :Þ
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