Making Light of Greatness; Postmodern Self-Flagellation

A while ago, I came across an “article” of sorts in which some worthless, smug-faced hipster faggot mocked what he referred to as “the sad white astronaut” trope commonly found in science fiction movies. Oh, you mean that trope where people who are lost in the great unknown fighting for the good of humanity have the cognitive capacity to understand how alienating and terrifying that is? Sounds hysterical.

I never knew sacrificing everything to save the world from mass extinction could be so funny!
I’m really enlightened and grown up, making light of the mere concept of inner turmoil!

Let’s get something straight here, this isn’t about mocking science fiction, as this effeminate little tumblrite probably spends hours a day writing Doctor Who fan fiction, or simply mocking accomplishment itself. This is about harboring guilt for the accomplishments of Whitey, because Whitey gets shit done like no other group can. As we already know, this fact gives liberals sad feelz for killing The Narrative, and nothing quite says master race like being able to transcend outer-fucking-space.

I guess you're welcome to tag along, brats.
I guess you’re welcome to tag along, brats.

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Pedophilia and Postmodernism

Here at TRS, we are always scanning the rhetorical horizons in an effort to keep America safe and prosperous. Language holds the keys to the kingdom, and how we define words often dictates our reactions. This is the primary reason that political correctness is a pox upon our house. Often, this redefining is offensive to the sensibilities of most citizens, and serves only to further the “progressive” ideas of small, deviant sections of the populace.

The Postmodern Stone (Not Pictured) is kinda like this, except dick-shaped.
The Postmodernist Stone (Not Pictured) is kinda like this, except dick-shaped. THANKS, FREUD.

Away from the prying eyes of America, liberal academia has been busy scheming over one such subversion: the legitimization of pedophilia.

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“The Patriarchy” doesn’t get Muslims… Or anything for that matter

Source: The Patriarchy

Read the full post linked above at your own risk.

I’ll forego the snarky introduction for this one. Let’s get down to responding to quotes from this author’s “traditional” abandonment of his people and culture.

Westerners don’t “get” Muslims. We’re descended from the barbarian tribes (Anglo-Saxons, Celts, Franks, Visigoths, Vandals, etc) that destroyed the western Roman empire, we have a tendency to reflexively hate and attack that which we don’t understand.

Westerners just don't understand.
Westerners just don’t understand.

Modern, cosmopolitan Western Civilization is descended from and influenced by barbarians at some point in the past. This means that Westerns are probably not going to be very understanding of a foreign culture and faith that is commanded to submit the world.

No, that’s seriously the premise. OH BOY.

We have only just begun. We will soon discover that the author intends to argue that the best way to combat the modern corruption of the West’s altruism towards outgroups… Is to have more altruism when it comes to a particular outgroup.

Derp.

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Responding to Marc Murphy on religious violence

Update: in the 2nd picture, 5000 people were not killed on 9/11. It was over 6000 non-fatal injuries, 2977 victims and 19 hijackers. -Bulbasaur

Much edge. Wow.
Much edge. Wow.

Man this is some really hard-hitting satire. It really highlights the underlying hypocrisy of mean ole’ whitey thumbing his nose at these oppressed brown people. Like, look in the mirror and stuff.

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In the wake of Charlie Hebdo, victim-blaming

Source: The Hooded Utilitarian

At TRS we have noted a growing trend among leftists to place social status above intellectual consistency. When narrative-challenging events like yesterday’s shooting at leftist magazine Charlie Hebdo occur, what typically happens is liberals will coalesce around the easiest and safest narrative available. In this case it took the form of projecting fears over possible Islamophobic backlash. “Islamophobia” being defined as “any perspective that could possibly make me question what made such a tragedy possible in the first place (protip: look in the fucking mirror).”

Of course he's from Ann Arbor.
Of course he’s from Ann Arbor.

While many granola-eaters are content with taking the easy out in political discourse, some liberals feel a need to signal higher status than the crowd. Providing us with a perfect example of such behavior is one Jacob Canfield, what appears to be a white-presenting kebab, offering us an interesting (read: retarded) take on the Charlie Hebdo shooting Wednesday (boldface added for emphasis):

When faced with a terrorist attack against a satirical newspaper, the appropriate response seems obvious. Don’t let the victims be silenced…

In this case, it is the wrong response.

Here’s what’s difficult to parse in the face of tragedy: yes, Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical newspaper. Its staff is white. Its cartoons often represent a certain, virulently racist brand of French xenophobia. While they generously claim to ‘attack everyone equally,’ the cartoons they publish are intentionally anti-Islam, and frequently sexist and homophobic.

The victims of the shooting should be silenced. Because they’re white and racist. Ouch, I cut myself on all of this edge.

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Feminism Exists. . .

But only in Western nations and due to their inherent egalitarian natures. Is it not the epitome of irony that the only societies where feminism can persist are the very ones that do not need it? Perhaps, but I believe that we can go deeper and find an even more biting irony.

Soak it in.
This is what we get.

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Leave child-molesters alone!

Leave Lena Dunham Alone!

In case you missed it, writer/actress and former Batman Returns villain Lena Dunham recently became the subject of controversy after describing sexual misadventures with her younger sister. When National Review observed that not only was the Emperor Penguin not wearing clothes, but the Emperor Penguin had also admitted to sexually molesting a sibling, Dunham instantly descended into a “rage spiral“, apparently indignant that describing yourself as behaving like a sexual predator might just result in people actually calling you a sexual predator. Naturally, being the TARGET of moral outrage doesn’t sit well with people accustomed only to making OTHERS the object of sanctimonious castigation, something Lena herself tried in the selfsame autobiographical book by recounting another past sexual experience in college in such a manner as to subtly imply she might have been raped by a young Republican.

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Exploring Liberal Context Denial

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.

DON'T GIVE HIM A FUCKING BASKETBALL.
No. Stop that shit.

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Savagery as Sainthood

This wonderful little gem has been finding its way around Being Liberal, Occupy Wall Street, and other such useless congregations of drooling buffoonery on Facebook, and other media outlets. It has come to my attention that this post isn’t really new, but for those who have yet to see it, here is the original post in all of its post-enlightenment glory:

From the original post
From the original post

“In this African tribe, when someone does something harmful, they take the person to the center of the village where the whole tribe comes and surrounds them.

For two days, they will say to the man all the good things that he has done.

The tribe believes that each human being comes into the world as good. Each one of us only desiring safety, love, peace and happiness.

But sometimes, in the pursuit of these things, people make mistakes.

The community sees those mistakes as a cry for help.

They unite then to lift him, to reconnect him with his true nature, to remind him who he really is, until he fully remembers the truth of which he had been temporarily disconnected: “I am good.”

Shikoba Nabajyotisaikia!

NABAJYOTISAIKIA, is a compliment used in South Africa and means: “I respect you, I cherish you. You matter to me.” In response, people say SHIKOBA, which is: “So, I exist for you.”

Cool story bro. Unfortunately, it’s not one bit true.

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Death of Honor

Western societal honor has been sacrificed upon the altar of the post-modern. That’s the simple fact of the matter. Honor is now foreign to the mind of the West, and there truly is no standard set for the Western individual. Why should we hold honor in such high regard? What is honor? Why was honor sacrificed?

In all corners of the Earth where honor can historically/presently be found, it is generally defined the same way regardless of culture or region. Honor is the eternal reputation of the self. It is not necessarily defined by intelligence, cunning, strength, speed, or talent. Honor is worthiness, loyalty, truthfulness, respect, being well-mannered, having discipline, and being humble. Ultimately, one of high honor was of high value to society, and held in high regard. Therefore, the actions of the honorable were something to pay mind.

The greatest of us once died for honor.
The greatest of us once died for honor.

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