Bassem Masri: Keepin’ it Classy

If I were a more inflammatory person, I may be tempted to use this space to call for the public hanging of “anti-police brutality activist” Bassem Masri. But I know that such calls are likely illegal and not a responsible use of my constitutional right to free speech. For those that don’t know about Masri, he is the tryhard, wigger-presenting, kebab “activist” that hilariously had his brand new iPhone 6 stolen from him while live-streaming the Ferguson riots last month. Prior to that incident he had gained a reputation as a retarded loudmouth desperately larping as a social crusader.

Bassem Masri larping as an oppressed person

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Did we ever get around to avenging all of those deaths?

Did America ever reclaim her glory? Were we victorious, can we declare the result a victory? I recall Bush II making a speech on an aircraft carrier with a “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED” banner hanging behind him, but I also recall that speech being mocked like all of his other works. In those days, you could ridicule the intellect of the President without being called racist. So it goes.

Did we ever pacify Iraq or Afghanistan? Did we ever defeat Al-Qaeda? Doesn’t look like it, though we now have a movie telling us how our Navy SEALs took out Bin Laden. I heard it was an awesome movie… I’ll chew cut glass in Hell before I watch it.

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Moralizing Savagery

“There are a lot of smart people out there (that justify their success thus:) ‘It must be because I worked harder than everybody else.’ Let me tell you something: There are a whole bunch of hardworking people out there. If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help.” –President Barack Obama, July 13th 2012


Observation: In our day and age, it isn’t necessary to weave a coherent narrative or construct a logical system of belief. In fact, all one needs to do is simply spew specific words/phrases and create appealing sound bites; let the vulgar rabble fill in the blanks and vote.
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