Onision Drama

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zetabug:

I’ve stayed away from Greg and his self created bullshit for quite sometime. But YouTube just fucking recommended his latest plate of dog shit. “Why do prostitutes need pimps?”

(Let me start off by saying this was NOT on his so called comedy channel)

Most times “street” prostitutes or sex workers don’t even get a fucking choice. They are preyed upon and claimed by a pimp. CLAIMED like property. They are often beaten and drugged into submission.

Sometimes a sex worker will seek a “pimp” for safety, which is a complete oxymoron. Sex workers can be abused, raped, and literally tortured by their customers/clients and having someone watch out for you, who will look for you if you don’t return, who will protect you if you get hassled with, who will bail you out of jail, is worth it to them.

I’m only speaking of the men and women who work the streets. The ones most likely to have a pimp. There are many different types of sex workers and to elaborate further would take a classroom, a professor, and a lot of time. None of which I have.

The things you say Greg, are more than just dumb. Their ENDANGERING. You are attempting to “teach” your young audience but failing in such a way that these kids are not only being fed misinformation and prejudice, but are being desensitized to issues they should be learning to have sympathy and empathy for.

When your looks fade and makeup and filters fail you, when you can no longer convincingly role play as “edgy” teenagers will look at you and laugh at your increasing age gap from them. They will think you’re a creepy and lecherous old man, and you will wish they had the sympathy and empathy you’re currently destroying.

(via chaseagainstonision)

Anonymous asked: I want to say that I just recently got into the Onision drama. I'm 18 and I've never seen any of his videos about self harm until last night. I have been dealing with self harm for almost 7 years. The one I watched, titled 'Emo Cutters' was probably one of the most triggering videos I have ever seen to the point where it made me cry. He thinks making these videos is justified because he's a (terrible) "comedian" and compares himself to the humor of South Park but no... he's just a fucking bully.

Anonymous asked: Was Greg and his siblings abused and molested by their father...? Has he, or anyone from his family, ever spoken about that? That seems to be the suggestion in the "Onision's Memories" video.

Greg says he wasn’t molested, but he likes to add he doesn’t remember most of his childhood.. as in “maybe I was”.

As for his siblings… Ehhh I hate to comment about this because I have no idea. I can’t really speak for people that have never spoken out publicly themselves.

His father was never charged with anything, I believe.

Anonymous asked: Who was Adrienne's letter/email originally to before it got leaked? Was it MrRepzion? And how did it get leaked? Did the person she sent it to leak it, or was it like a hacker or something? Sorry you probably get this asked this heaps, I'm a bit new here lol. Thank you in advance, though! <3

I don’t remember who it was for, but I remember someone began sharing parts of it on the onisiondrama tinychat and it spread really fast, or at least word of it did. Eventually she became frustrated with Onision insinuating she had STDs so she gave the “ok” for it to be officially released.

Anonymous asked: So I was looking through the Cyr and Gerg drama and I honestly have to say I've always liked Cyr and he seems like such a nice guy. The total opposite of Gerg. I always kind of had a funny feeling about Gerg and I didn't like him that much, and now that I know about all of the shit he's caused everyone, it makes me dislike him even more. What he did to Cyr (publicly embarrassing him and all) was sick and fucking sad. I hope Cyr moved on with his life and doesn't give 2 thoughts about Gerg now.

necrobourgeois:

eivitunpaskaa:


Shit job, but this is how Gregory justifies rape! I thought since he has such nice gifs about him, he should have some real ones about him “opening up” to people! 
Imagine this! You meet someone online. You whisper sweet sexy nothings into their ear. You go to meet them in person and you just don’t feel the chemistry. According to Gregory, you shouldn’t be surprised if the person still has sex with you! Other wise known as rape. And it’s so very wrong.
He is an self admitted rapist. In that couple of seconds he let us know she was surprised when he “had sex” with her. 
Click the first gif for the time mark in his video where he said it. Straight from the horses mouth people. He had “surprise sex” (raped) with her. 

This kind of thing makes me sick. It’s pretty much “You led me on, you deserve it”. And it’s how almost every girl I know, when we’ve spoken about stuff like this, has said they have had sex with people they didn’t want to have sex with but felt they “had” to have sex with them, because they had maybe been a bit flirty - or even just friendly! - and when the guy started getting too amorous (against their wishes) they let it slide and had sex anyway because they were scared they would be violently raped if they put up a fight, and the guy had made them feel obligated to have sex. It’s just completely unacceptable, disgusting and of rape culture.

necrobourgeois:

eivitunpaskaa:

Shit job, but this is how Gregory justifies rape! I thought since he has such nice gifs about him, he should have some real ones about him “opening up” to people! 

Imagine this! You meet someone online. You whisper sweet sexy nothings into their ear. You go to meet them in person and you just don’t feel the chemistry. According to Gregory, you shouldn’t be surprised if the person still has sex with you! Other wise known as rape. And it’s so very wrong.

He is an self admitted rapist. In that couple of seconds he let us know she was surprised when he “had sex” with her. 

Click the first gif for the time mark in his video where he said it. Straight from the horses mouth people. He had “surprise sex” (raped) with her. 

This kind of thing makes me sick. It’s pretty much “You led me on, you deserve it”. And it’s how almost every girl I know, when we’ve spoken about stuff like this, has said they have had sex with people they didn’t want to have sex with but felt they “had” to have sex with them, because they had maybe been a bit flirty - or even just friendly! - and when the guy started getting too amorous (against their wishes) they let it slide and had sex anyway because they were scared they would be violently raped if they put up a fight, and the guy had made them feel obligated to have sex. It’s just completely unacceptable, disgusting and of rape culture.

(via onionkingofbutthurt)

annarchism:

onision literally told a 17 year old fan who had been dealing with emotional and verbal abuse from their mother their entire life (to the point where they had been hospitalized twice due to suicidal actions/thoughts)

"you can’t blame your suicidal thoughts on anyone but yourself."

"it seems that the real blame falls on you, because the bottom line is the person with the most control over you is you, and not her.”

"your mom could say a lot of horrible things to me and i wouldn’t feel suicidal."

and he killed his pet tortoise by sticking us under a plastic container under the sun and essentially baking it to death with greenhouse gasses, but he defended himsel by saying that his viewers that eat meat have no right to say anything about him

and he said marital rape doesn’t exist, raping someone while drunk isn’t as bad as raping someone sober, and (about his ex girlfriend calling him out for him forcing her to have sex with him) “that’s funny coming from someone who’s slept with over 20 people” as if that changed anything

literally why does he have almost 1.3 million subscribers

how can people support him and his work with a clear conscience? onision is awful

urby87:

I love how in the debates, Gerg was all, ‘When have I ever joked about rape? Show me!’ but now he’s like, ‘Fuck it! I’m going to joke about rape now even though I claimed I never would because I’m sooooo contruhvershul!’

urby87:

ONION LOGIC: You are in charge of yourself, so beating an ED is as simple as eating when you should and not when you shouldn’t.  This applies to both over-eating and under-eating.From the video "TOO FAT!?"I don’t usually use his “comedy” videos as source material for these, but since his commentary videos tend to be clearly him speaking his mind about things, I figured I could use this little nugget of wisdom.  Again, we find Gerg oversimplifying serious problems and demonstrating his lack of understanding when it comes to eating disorders.  Sure, maybe in the most basic sense of knowing that you need to eat or not eat, you’re in control of yourself.  I’ll give you that, Gerg.  But when it comes to a mental illness, like - oh, I don’t know - an eating disorder, you are not in control.  You do not have control over a mental illness.  People with mental illnesses can’t just decide to take control and stop having a mental illness.  Stop spouting this nonsense, seriously.

urby87:

ONION LOGIC: You are in charge of yourself, so beating an ED is as simple as eating when you should and not when you shouldn’t.  This applies to both over-eating and under-eating.

From the video "TOO FAT!?"

I don’t usually use his “comedy” videos as source material for these, but since his commentary videos tend to be clearly him speaking his mind about things, I figured I could use this little nugget of wisdom.  Again, we find Gerg oversimplifying serious problems and demonstrating his lack of understanding when it comes to eating disorders.  Sure, maybe in the most basic sense of knowing that you need to eat or not eat, you’re in control of yourself.  I’ll give you that, Gerg.  But when it comes to a mental illness, like - oh, I don’t know - an eating disorder, you are not in control.  You do not have control over a mental illness.  People with mental illnesses can’t just decide to take control and stop having a mental illness.  Stop spouting this nonsense, seriously.

Onision and Christianity

prettypekuliar:

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I don’t know if anyone will be even remotely interested in reading this post, but I wanted to write it :] I am not religious but I am really tired of him not getting his facts straight and needlessly attacking decent people for no reason, and on false grounds. I see people do this all the time. It seems to me they think they’re so clever and that they’ve found the perfect argument to put all Christians in place yet it’s so unbelievably ridiculous it’s not even worth face palming whenever I see this argument anymore. The Bible is extremely complex. It’s a book written by multiple people over a period of thousands of years. Whether you’re Christian or not, I think it’s silly to believe you know all about it. 

First of all, what Greg is referring to is from the Old Testament and therefore the Old Covenant and the Law (the five first books of the Old Testament that explains the rules and Laws the Jews were to live under). The Law was specifically written for the Jews. Christians weren’t around yet, as Jesus had not arrived and done his thing. Christians were never meant to live by the Law (Colossians 2:14) in order to become righteous to be able to connect with God but instead they have been called to live by faith due to Jesus Christ.

For anyone with knowledge in the Bible, feel free to correct me if I’m being incorrect as I do not claim to be an expert on this subject.

Let me try and explain it to you Greg. A Christian who doesn’t live by the Law (which, like I said, you’ll find in the five first books of the Bible - Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numeri and Deuteronomium and which is also what you are referring to in this post) is actually a Christian living by what the Bible says. The reason being is that when Jesus came and died and was resurrected on the third day, he did that to create a way for human beings to connect with God without having to go through all the trouble the high priests had to do back in the Old Testament and the Old Covenant (the Law). With this New Covenant (through the actions of Jesus), people would be able to connect with God through faith and not through actions

That means, Christians don’t have to live by the Law to be able to become righteous (Romans 3:21-31) and in that be able to connect with God. Now, due to what Jesus did on the cross, Christians can become righteous through his actions meaning all they need is faith in what he did for them, and that’s it (Romans 10:9). One reason the Law was there in the first place was to make us realize our need for salvation (Galatians 3:24), because no one can live up to the Law, except Jesus (Galatians 3:22 explains the promise that was made and that people were awaiting).

Galatians 4:4-5
4 But when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the Law, 5 so that He might redeem those who were under the Law, that we might receive the adoption as sons.   

Translation: Jesus was born as a Jew, to live under the Law. Jesus is the only one who could become righteous by fulfilling the Law (no human could actually do that, James 2:8) and therefore, he could redeem those who are under the law when he died for them, and was resurrected. 

Let me give you a few examples from the New Testament that explains how when Jesus died and was resurrected the New Covenant was brought into place and actions were no longer needed to become righteous, but simply faith. The starting of the New Covenant (righteous through faith, not actions) is also where Christianity begins. 

So,

Mark 7:18-19
18 And He said to them, “Are you so lacking in understanding also? Do you not understand that whatever goes into the man from outside cannot defile him, 19 because it does not go into his heart, but into his stomach, and is eliminated?” Thus He declared all foods clean.

See, they can eat whatever they want.

Hebrews 10:16-18
16 “This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, saith the Lord: I will put My laws into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them; 17 and their sins and iniquities will I remember no more.”
18 Now where remission of these is, there is no more offering for sin.

See, no more offering animals or anything of that sort.

Romans 12:18
If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.

See, no fighting or killing people or anything along those lines.

You see what matters now is faith, not the actions you are referring to that are part of the Old Covenant (meaning living by the Law). I’ll show you why that is:

Galatians 5:4-6
4 You who are trying to be justified by the law have been alienated from Christ; you have fallen away from grace. 5 For through the Spirit we eagerly await by faith the righteousness for which we hope. 6 For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision has any value. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.

Galatians 3:23-29
23 But before faith came, we were kept in custody under the law, being shut up to the faith which was later to be revealed. 24 Therefore the Law has become our tutor to lead us to Christ, so that we may be justified by faith. 25 But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a tutor. 26 For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. 27 For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. 28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. 29 And if you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham’s descendants, heirs according to promise.

Romans 1:17
For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed—a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: “The righteous will live by faith.”

There’s so much more I could say about this but I want to keep it fairly short (which probably failed). Like I said, I’m not religious but I do like knowing things. I don’t know why Greg feels entitled to decide who is a good Christian and not, based on lack of knowledge. It makes no sense.

I don’t care what religion you are part of. I have friends who are Christians, Muslims and of many other religious beliefs and they are all good people, in fact most of them are amazing people who has made it a fundamental part of their life to help people less fortunate and to take care of those who are vulnerable and alone. Many of them see joy in the simple things and are grateful for what they have. Many of them share an attitude of not taking things for granted and to have a hopeful outlook on the future. We may not share religious beliefs, but there are a lot of things about my religious friends that I could learn from. 

Within every religion there will be groups of people who do all the wrong things for all the wrong reasons, and those are worth criticizing. Not everyday Christians who didn’t harm a soul with their religious beliefs.