posted ago by ohamitired ago by ohamitired +147 / -1

Apparently, people who aren't taking the vax are calling themselves purebloods in reference to Harry Potter which is great because vaxxed libs will hate this with a passion. Kudos to whoever started this trend.

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Unreasonable 18 points ago +19 / -1

Call them boooosters. Just say "OK booster"

Luke_Q-walker 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is better.

LoneWulf 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can get onboard with ^this^.

RoosterHeadBad 7 points ago +7 / -0

Is “mudbloods” the opposite of “purebloods?”

Hemanbattlecat 6 points ago +6 / -0

In the books Mudbloods are wizards who have a parent who is not a wizard. The purebloods are old families who only breed with other purenlood wizards. Muggles are pure human, so technically they are the opposite of purebloods.

AlecLeamas 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't think any Patriots who are using the term pureblood in the vax context are even remotely, consciously or subconsciously, trying to invoke Nazi ideas.

This is just the left's tired old trope of trying to undo every argument against them by shouting "Nazi!". Which is disingenuous at best when you look at the tyrannical actions they are supporting.

Robert 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep. I got the same impression as well. It's so cringe, old, and out of touch that it could only come from a leftist group. These losers can't help but reference the stalest of the stale movies and references trying to relive the old days when they didn't have 10+ years of extra weight and eye bags.

UncleHooly 5 points ago +6 / -1

gets even more interesting when you see the photo of what is apparently donated unvaxxed vs donated vaxxed blood.

cant verify its real, it kind of also looked like one bag might have been a week old than the other but if not...

SharpCookie 5 points ago +6 / -1

Plus Harry Potter was probably the last booked the vaxxxed read too

Dson 3 points ago +3 / -0

If I wasn't married. I'd use that on dating profiles haha

Goldenhawk 3 points ago +4 / -1

being a pureblood, i also consider myself a pureskin since i have no tats. on top of that i don't consume alcohol or smoke anything. a majic shroom or brownee tho ...

VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

So your a pureist. One wo goes all the way with it.

Robert 2 points ago +3 / -1

Still making Harry Potter references in 2021 is legitimately so cringe and out of touch it could only come from a liberal.

This reeks of a bad liberal psyop to dehumanize and divide the vaxxed and unvaxxed to keep them from coming together and collectively fucking over the pharma companies who made the poison in the first place, as well as anyone who illegally mandated or dictated personal medical care/regimens without the authority to do so.

Big pharma did this to some of our naive and trusting family members, and took advantage of their good nature thinking they were helping solve a fake problem, and there are some actual sociopaths making fucking Harry Potter jokes.

Absolute, unbelievable faggotry. Go back to reddit. Anyone who still eats up fucking Harry Potter references in 2021 is beyond saving.

Captainzoomer 2 points ago +2 / -0


Robert 1 point ago +1 / -0


VetforTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Never saw the movies, never read the books. Nor did any of my 4 kids. Saved them unraveling the devish nshit those books promote.

Oblakhan 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pureblood here. The tainted bloods will hate their designation.

The weak pussies will hate the term purebloods. They don't have the balls to embrace it. It might be raccccissssst . kek

When witll the learn to stop letting the left bully them into not defining themselves. The word turds on the left deserve their tainited blood status thrown in their stupid faces. Besides most of those demons didn't take the jab, but they are just trying to bully the masses into taking it.

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Blurpy 1 point ago +1 / -0

WWG1WGA. They are not awake yet. The other side wants us divided. They push this type of division.

You'll never regret taking the high road.

WillowMinxy 1 point ago +2 / -1


tcriv 1 point ago +1 / -0

it's a cute idea but i don't think it's a good idea to reference harry potter in this context (or any context tbh...)

those who identify as "pure bloods" are the mostly the bad guys in that story. i don't think it's a winning attack.

ARandomOgre -3 points ago +9 / -12

Vaxxed libs are pointing out how optically bad it is for unvaxxed to be proudly using terms that were specifically used to represent racial attitudes in the Harry Potter books and borrowed from Nazi ideas about pure blood and favored eugenics.

Mudblood is the “n word” of the Harry Potter universe.

I honestly think whoever started this trend of calling unvaccinated “pure bloods” is probably a liberal tricking you into trolling yourself, and I mean that. No good guy in real life or fiction has ever been on the side of the “pure bloods.”

Hemanbattlecat 9 points ago +11 / -2

Maybe you should use that big brain to think for a second.... the jab is a eugenics tool. The jabbed are being culled from the heard. Pureblood is actually a perfect word to he used in this context, because it is both factually true, and it could wake up a few people to the eugenics occurring right in front of their faces.

ARandomOgre 1 point ago +8 / -7

You're welcome to make whatever semantic arguments you want.

That isn't going to change the fact that the only people who have ever used the term "pure blood" tend to be villains. And you are, for whatever reason, deciding that nobody is going to make that association as long as they sit and listen to your careful explanation of how, no, in your context, it's actually a good thing.

"Oh, no, ha, I see why you're confused. These white hoods represent purity of spirit for us. It has nothing to do with the KKK or anything. I don't see why you would automatically make that assumption."

Optics, dude/dudette. The term "pure bloods" is almost certainly a tactic being used to mock you, and I'm telling you that as someone who is vaccinated and has no stock in protecting your movement.

Hemanbattlecat 3 points ago +5 / -2

Well if calling me pureblood, or non GMO is supposed to be a mockery, it won't last long. It is pretty hard for the dead to mock the living.

ARandomOgre 0 points ago +6 / -6

Well, you better hope you're right, then, because if you're not, then the optics will not be kind. I got vaccinated back in January, as did all of my coworkers, and so far, none of us have had any unusual symptoms or illnesses. I'll keep you updated if that changes.

Hemanbattlecat 2 points ago +3 / -1

I don't hope I'm right, but it ain't looking good.

Hemanbattlecat 1 point ago +3 / -2

I find it funny how much importance you progs put on your spells and what people think of you. What I care about is the truth. I care about health, justice and good overcoming evil. I do not care about the perceptions of weak minded idiots who blindly follow liars. Fuck optics. When people are being killed, you are worrying about the optics of the word pureblood? Moron.

ARandomOgre 3 points ago +4 / -1

No, I absolutely care about the truth as well. Which is why I was tuned in to see the PCAPs for all few days of the Symposium. And waited for the Kraken. And have been somewhat impatiently waiting for the AZ audit results. And was keeping an eye on the SCOTUS docket back in December. And was watching Jan 6th play out through the streams hosted on this very site.

I've been putting in the legwork for four years waiting on Q's truth to manifest, and I intend to keep waiting as long as it takes. I'm not the one who isn't living up to my part of the bargain on understanding the truth from the people who claim to have it.

I am happy to keep waiting and doing my part, but please don't accuse me of not trying. I am putting WAY more effort into this than pretty much every other single person you guys are waiting on to wake up.

Hemanbattlecat 1 point ago +3 / -2

Oh sorry. From your language you sounded very progressive. Those idiots are always language policing because they think words give them magic powers. Words only have power in how they are connected to reality. The less the connection the less impact on reality.

Luke_Q-walker 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree with you on this matter and tried to point this out in another thread recently. It's widely known from popular literature that "purebloods" is the equivalent of racial supremacy, of fictional KKK/Nazi type of groups.

Anyone here trying to adopt this term is making a glaring mistake and will just perpetuate the notion that we're supremacists or idiots. And it also makes us hypocrites because changing the accepted meaning of words is something we've always heavily criticized as a commie/leftist tactic.

It's much more effective to use widely-known terms from popular fiction in their accepted context. For example, we use "redpill" and "bluepill" from The Matrix in the correct context. We don't call ourselves "bluepilled" and then try to spin some semantic gymnastics to justify it.

Nitrojunkie72 2 points ago +3 / -1

Was reading yesterday and saw the term. I wasn't too fond if it. Made me think of some gay, sparkly vampire series that I shall not name. I prefer to think of us as simply educated.

UncleHooly 2 points ago +3 / -1

dont let the voat goats find this comment XD

ThePowerOfPrayer 2 points ago +3 / -1

The fact vaxxed libs are even having these discussions proves they are triggered, you big dummy.

They're even writing articles about it.