Today’s article inspiration was brought to us by tumblr (shocking, I know). But, rather than being a response to your typical SJW feminist gender-fluid other-kin, this is merely a map, showing the country of origin of the most prominent immigrant group for each state. Notice something?
Disclaimer: I am by no means an authority on art theory. I’m just a guy who likes art, and these are my observations.
There’s two kinds of art; Creative art and expulsive art. Creative art is when you’re building something meant to be awe-inspiring. Be it the statue of David, the Sistine chapel, even the pyramids of Giza could be seen as art. These are creative; they’re creating something. The other kind, expulsive art, is just meant to regurgitate pent up emotions and frustrations. It’s a way of vomiting up the ugliness of the mind. That’s fine, I don’t see anything wrong with purging your system that way. The problem is when you start pretending that this emotional bulimia is some great act of creativity.
In this week’s Daily Shoah we discuss illegal immigration (again), A recent dust up concerning choke-porn star Belle Knox and Young Voices for Liberty, the futility of most radical political narratives, Iraq, the upcoming movie “Camp X-Ray” and Hollywood’s hate for the US Military and finally we round all out with our weekly JQ segment.
Camp X-Ray trailer:
This was roughly a year ago.
It was almost closing time at the job site, and I was shooting the breeze with my old Coptic coworker “F.” I remember on that day F had passed his citizenship exam. I had helped him study the government section. Spirits were high.
Recently ValleyWag exposed a pair of dastardly white racists who invented a GPS based application designed to highlight and cross compare local stores supplying matches, gasoline, 2x4s, and sturdy rope while simultaneously plotting efficient routes to the closest black churches in the area. Also included is free uploading to Stormfront.org of any successful lynching or boot-party, along with the option to tag all of your Klan buddies anonymously. Just kidding, what is actually being attempted here is far, far worse.
Regardless of your political opinion or what you think of the outcome of women’s right to vote, what Emily Davison did was brave. In the beginning, suffragettes were fighting for the right to contribute to society in a meaningful way and adopt the virtues that men had access to. Feminists back then, wanted to be more than their reproductive organs and more than mere decorations.
Some interesting stuff happened in the libertarian world yesterday.
A lady by the name of Pamela Stubbard decided to leave the organization Young Voices. She wrote a blog post explaining her reasons for resigning. The reasons involved morals and personal convictions. Pamela isn’t completely ready to give up some of the baggage, but she’s definitely on the right track; I encourage my readers to check out her article.
It doesn’t surprise me that the response from the milieu has been largely negative. Like most secular post-Christian ideologies, libertarianism does not take kindly to apostasy or heterodoxy.
However, It does surprise me to see what is being written, how the disagreement is being framed. It surprises me to see how quickly things have shifted left in the libertarian camp.
According to the new libertarianism, it is now oppression and bigotry to disagree or disassociate with things deemed “so much liberty” by individual consensus. It seems that in the absence of Ron Paul’s R3volution, libertarian feminists have successfully lowered the bar for not only libertarianism, but “petulant white girl” behavior as well.
I wish I was surprised, I really really do.
A loyal TRSer must always try to find the hidden euphoria among the constant rustling and triggering in our fallen world if he is to maintain his sanity. A recent rustling that has gotten a lot of attention in our sphere is the Boston Globe “Mexizona” cartoon. White native born American whites ever-so-hilariously find themselves walled-out of the US and, I suppose, “illegal” immigrants in Mexico? It’s hard to describe. Ham-fisted failures at actual comedy usually are.
I would like to revisit the commentary on how the supposed “Mexicans” are depicted in the drawing. It has already been pointed out, they appear as white people with sun-tans. Not ditch diggers, leaf blowers or squat taco-shell bending mothers of 12, but as GQ-reading, Louis Vitton knock-off buying, stylish, white yuppies with extra melanin.
Trigger Warning: Nineteenth Amendment
Back in January of this year some horrible bitch used her daughter as a prop for some retweets. Such behavior should be quarantined like ebola, but I digress.
This particular picture earned some media attention, due to the subject matter. The issue? A perceived lack of gender equality in LEGO figures.