The outbreak of drunken rioting and property destruction by spoiled, petty bourgeois, white, New England college kids at the Pumpkin Festival in Keene, NH yesterday has led to a triumphant hashtag campaign by liberal twitter activists. These astute social crusaders and moral relativists have discovered the blatant hypocrisy that lies behind the system of white supremacy in America. Why, they ask, were these raucous white youths treated differently than Michael Brown? Why do they get a slap on the wrist, when Brown got six bullets? Where, they ask in particularly smarmy and insufferable gloating tones, is the white outrage? Why are these youths burning their own communities? Truly these heroic and gallant social warriors are teaching us a lesson in privilege and making us challenge our own assumptions about race. Or not.
The kids at #keenestate threw beer cans at cops and got arrested. Mike Brown threw his hands up and caught SIX shots — TRADEMARK™ (@callmetrademark) October 19, 2014
It never ceases to amaze me to see the lengths women will go to signal status and achieve what they believe to be a higher place in feminism’s trivial pecking order.
The CNN article begins with Mrs. Theresa Corbin’s early life, being totally repulsed by the intellectual barrenness and sexism of Catholicism (lol cool story). The author would spend four years “poking and prodding at world religions and their adherents”(READ: drum circles and exotic boyfriends), before settling for the hijab.
She is vague on specifics, but ultimately converted to Islam two months after 9/11… For reasons totally unrelated to politics I’m sure.
A black guy just died of Ebola in Dallas. As mentioned in a previous article, this made liberals go absolutely bananas, given that the first guy to get Ebola in America, Dr. Ken Brantly, a white man, survived his ordeal while Thomas Eric Duncan, a black man, did not.
If you listen to the left, the cause is clear: racism.
Thomas Sowell once talked about the liberal inability to think of actors in any given situation as anything other than “abstract people in an abstract world”. It goes far deeper than that, however, with the modern left. They are abstract people in an abstract world where the only thing that isn’t abstract is racism.
Picture the following: featureless, gray humanoids, all assembled in two different groups. Give one, or both, of those groups weapons. Now, do they start to kill each other? No. Not yet, lets not make them do that just yet. First, lets paint one of these groups black.
Did you do it? No, no, don’t give them huge nostrils and stop making them chant “Bix nood mofugga”. That’s insensitive.
A semi week-off for the Shoah, we present to you material that wasn’t included in previous episodes, along with a brief intro by the Seventh Son. Also, as always, Morrakiu brings us a new episode of The Merchant Minute.
Most people understand that Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever is super God-damn serious, even if they’re just hearing about it for the first time. It makes your cells explode and you die quite literally covered in bleeding sores, crying blood and shitting out your own intestines. So people naturally have questions like: Why isn’t there a vaccine like polio or smallpox? Why is there no treatment at all? Why the fuck aren’t we funding research on this? (Author’s note: you really don’twanna knowabout researchon this.)
Breast cancer research receives more funding than prostate cancer. If the sordid reports of Susan G. Komen pocketing a large portion of the donations are true, I imagine that may have something to do with cancerless boobs not being given to you. Viagra being a boner pill was a surprise; it was originally meant to treat hypertension. Turns out, it’s easier to make a wiener move than to beat cancer. #sorrynotsorry
In this week’s Struggle Session the TRS Death Panel praise the great Augusto Pinoche Ugarte for his epic smackdown of international communism in his native Chile. Pathetic leftists myths and narratives are crushed with stubborn facts, and because Britain is faggots. Morrakiu brings us another brilliant Merchant Minute.
As the commentary around the recent deaths of Augusto Pinochet, S. Truett Cathy and the career of Mel Gibson made abundantly clear, most of what Americans think they know about liberalism and Nazism is arrant nonsense. This is not surprising, given our country’s history of Brown Scares designed to impress that anti-liberalism is tantamount to genocide. In 2014, though, we are too far removed from the Second War-era threat of Jewish annihilation to continue without taking stock of the hype we’ve been made, despite Harry Allen’s famous injunction, to believe. So, here are seven bogus claims people make about Nazism and liberalism.