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In other words, it doesn't matter how over-the-top and ludicrous a fundamentalist/white supremacist/Nice Guy position you invent, you'll always find someone who seems to sincerely believe something sillier. Likewise, genuine extremist statements circulate which are so out-there that it's tempting to believe that they can't possibly be sincere, even though they are. RationalWiki seems to have a good article on it.
It boils down to "if it doesn't make it blatantly clear that it's a joke, it's impossible to distinguish a parody of fundamentalism (Nazism, what have you) from the real thing." Not entirely sure how true it is (after all, if you're a clever enough wordsmith, you should be able to make your intention perfectly clear, camoflage be damned), but I doubt it's being invoked here.
(Just making conversation, or ACTUALLY too lazy to google it: YOU DECIDE)
Violent, murderous fantasies!
I wonder if he's already mentioned that he knows it's a stereotype so it's OK...
Even the art makes him look like a dick.
I always get a sense of smug satisfaction when something a person writes *about themselves* from *their own point of view* makes them look like a *total dickwad*.