There is a new disease sweeping Europe. While the North continues to be afflicted by “Swebola,” the South is now being ravaged by a new illness, which I have taken the liberty of terming “Communesia,” a portmanteau term that combines “Communism” with “amnesia,” and denotes a collective forgetfulness about the ill effects of trusting one’s economy to Communist political control.
Now that the relevant European examples of Communism, once provided by the Soviet Bloc, are more than 25 years in the past, this is becoming an increasing problem in austerity-hit Europe.
If you feel your Newspeak lexicon is voluminous enough, then check your privilege, shitlord. Everyday Feminism’s Laura Kacere has belched out a new phrase you can add to your maudlin, jargon-laden screeds against everything good and sane in society. You’ve heard of heteronormativity: the crazy idea that because 99% of the world’s population is heterosexual, that society’s social norms should reflect that fact. Now there’s homonormativity: the crazy idea that homosexuals should grow up and assimilate into white, bourgeois society. Because life can’t be just one large, ongoing circuit party of crystal meth bliss and rotating creampies.
The latest war film, this one based on the autobiographical novel American Sniper by former Navy Seal and sniper team leader Chris Kyle, has rustled a lot of jimmies in the mainstream left, not to mention the tumblrsphere. For those who somehow don’t know about Kyle at this point, he was known for having the highest confirmed kill count of any sniper in U.S. history. Essentially, he was a heterosexual white male from Texas (condemnation enough) who just so happened to also be a violence wielding badass (deplorable).
The last time I can remember so much leftist gnashing of teeth surrounding a movie was in 2004 when Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ graced the silver screen. The flak from the left was palpable. The New Republic called it “pious pornography“, and stating that it was “without any doubt an anti-Semitic movie.” Maureen Dowd chimed in on it’s anti-Semitism, saying it made her want to kick the teeth in of the dirty kikes and wops responsible, as well as drawing strange parallels to George Bush’s supposed homophobia. She even invokes Vatican II’s forgiveness of Le Merchant and suggest the movie “defies not only the scruples of scholars but also the teaching of the Catholic Church.”
Here we have what passes for dialectic in this country. Tradition vs. Progress. Old vs. New. Stupid Faith vs. Smart Faith. I’m not surprised to learn this deep, meaningful debate was covered by Good Morning America. This is the Liberal Cat Lady’s catnip.
…But what does “Christian” mean in this context? Is the Partridge family really taking a stand against our decadent and secular culture? Are they really taking up the cross and following the Lord in a meaningful fashion? Let’s take a look at their blogs:
Umm…. You seem to have forgotten to capitalize “God” there, Veronica. LOL, whoopsie.
It’s been an eventful year and a half for pedophiles and their apologists everywhere. We had Lena Dunham admit to seducing her toddler sister to the applause of many liberal defenders, fans cheered on left-libertarian (aren’t they all?) Brad Spangler after he openly admitted to molesting his own daughter and possessing child porn, and of course some suspicious and respected individuals (hint) have tried to claim that pedophilia is a mere sexual preference. Are these incidents of cheerleading for chimos just isolated anomalies? Well, it would be a shame not to cover a particular under-the-radar story that was transmitted out of several cells of pedophilia mainstreaming. NAMBLA and 8Chan? No, try popular liberal media sources.
Time Magazine recently published an article entitled How Not to Be “Manterrupted” in Meetings. The piece, written Jessica Bennet (an “Executive editor” of Tumblr) attempts to introduce two new words into our lexicon. You can see how these words are defined by looking at the picture below:
As part of our continuing mission to root out Cultural Marxism, let us turn our attention to Arizona State University. In the Spring 2015 semester, ASU is offering an English class titled “Studies in American Literature/Culture: U.S. Race Theory & the Problem of Whiteness.”
Problem? I see no reason to believe that being white is a problem. But let’s set that aside for a moment.
I mentioned in the previous article that Haidt would find this interesting, allow me to explain why. He posits that for libertarians in particular, they have only one moral axis: liberty/oppression. As is, such a truncated morality leads to bizarre and, for me, offensive rejections of sometimes common sense social ideas and norms.
Now, it is not fair or logical to try and suggest that all libertarian moralists are necessarily kid-touchers. I have no intention of even suggesting such a thing. That said, it’s interesting to note how easily people with no moral compass, that is, sociopaths and predators, can fit into such a milieu and pass as one of them. This is why I suggested that people within this movement should reflect on such a man seeking to associate with them in the first place.
Fellow contributor Ryan McMahon has compiled several screencaps of varying responses to Brad’s confession, as well as of Spangler discussions in the past. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Addendum: I was acquainted with Spangler in 2011, when he would have been considered ancap. I have changed the title of this article from “anarcho-capitalist” to “left-libertarian,” to more-correctly reflect his current political affiliation.
Sincere Warning:What follows is a serious confession of aberrant and vile human behavior. I advise my readers not to read the following article in too negative a frame of mind.
Things like this make me seriously question things like laws and human rights.
It seems rather odd in this day and age to deny the existence of Cultural Marxism as an intellectual movement. But it seems that this meme has been gaining traction lately on the left. It was recently the subject of a rather low quality, but nonetheless enlightening, editorial in the Guardian by one Jason Wilson.