Lauren Chen and James Lindsay #racist twitter.com


Explanation: James Lindsay (of the Sokal Squared hoax fame) recently claimed that antisemitism on the right is a result of Jews “embracing the religion of Wokeness” and came under fire for it. Lauren tried to defend him by saying that “increasingly” the behavior of individuals is seen as reflective of the racial/religious group as a whole, and claims that some on the right “are developing” anti-Semitic beliefs because of “woke” Jews.

Sharif Sourour #elitist #wingnut #pratt twitter.com

Give $600 to a poor person & it's gone in a week.

Give $600 to a rich person & it's multiplied 10X in a few years or less.

When someone points out that poor people need to buy food and pay rent…

Exactly. Because investing in liabilities instead of assets is how poor people use their money and therefore lose it.

I mean even if the rich person was stripped of all his riches and put in the position of the poor, with the rich person’s mentality he or she could figure out how to be rich again from that situation.

James Lindsay #racist twitter.com


Why critical race theory is the biggest threat to Jews in America today

Antisemetism before critical race theory / wokeness (2001):

- Left-wing antisemitism: Jews are really colonizers. Look at Israel.

- The average American: It is never right to racially discriminate, or believe in racial stereotypes.

- Right-wing antisemitism: Jews secretly run everything like the banks and media.

Antisemetism after critical race theory / wokeness (2021):

- Left-wing antisemitism: Jews are actually white and benefit from “whiteness” / white privilege and white supremacy. So it’s okay to discriminate against them [EQUITY]. (The “Jews are really colonizers. Look at Israel.” narrative still exists, but it isn’t as big any more.)

- The average American: It’s okay to discriminate against people if they benefit from racial privilege, and blame them for things that happened in the past based on their skin color as “antiracism.” That’s what the media, universities, Ibram Kendi, Robin DiAngelo, and Nikole Hannah-Jones tells me. (The “It is never right to racially discriminate, or believe in racial stereotypes.” narrative still exists, but it isn’t as big any more.)

- Right-wing antisemitism: The media & education system says all whites are racist but Jews “hide behind” their whiteness & never get blamed. I’m now taught that it’s okay to think of racial groups as oppressors / oppressed. (The “Jews secretly run everything like the banks and media.” narrative still exists, but it isn’t as big any more.)

Doug1943 #racist patheos.com

Of course, Tucker Carlson is absolutely right. The phrase "white supremacist" has become the Left's equivalent of the term "commsymp", used sixty years ago by McCarthyites to smear liberals. ..the McCarthyite mentality is reproduced by progressives.

Why, if someone reported that, while walking down the street at night, they heard footsteps behind them, turned around ... and were relieved to see that the people behind them were white .... the Left would label that person a white supremacist. But of course everyone now reading this would have the exact same reaction.

Larry Tonjes #fundie crescent-news.com

The U.S. is a theocracy

This is a reply to Brian Barnett’s letter on Dec. 24 in which he made the following remarks:

• 1.) “Citizens of the U.S. are entitled by constitutional law to hold the religious beliefs of their choosing; Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion.”

Reply: A biblical interpretation called “free will” says that God created mankind with the power to choose but the right to choose evil. The establishment of religion clause was written by American Protestant Christians who didn’t want the Church of England Protestants from eight colonies or Catholics from Europe to insist on one Christian denomination for the U.S.A.

4.) “Jesus taught to love your religion, and not judge others.”

Reply: Actually, in Matthew 22:36-40 Jesus said the greatest law is to love God. Gay marriage is a deviation against God’s sacred act of one man with one woman (Matthew 19: 4-6). We all have the power to break the Ten Commandments (God’s law). But if we don’t know what His law is then we are ignorant of “sin” (deviation from God’s laws).

The U.S. is a theocracy. Our Declaration of Independence says: “we are endowed by our Creator (God) with certain inalienable rights.” Humanists say that Christians don’t have the right to faith in God’s law, so they leave the word “Creator” out and imagine they are gods unto themselves (Genesis 3:5). If Christian culture is canceled, then Jesus returns to cancel the anti-Christs.

Larry Tonjes

Michael Warren Davis #wingnut theamericanconservative.com

Looking around our own country, it’s increasingly difficult to refute Patrick Deneen’s thesis that liberalism has already failed. All the hallmarks are there: overdependence on foreign markets; a stagnant and servile economy; an increasingly polarized left and right; widespread political violence; a loss of faith in our democratic institutions.

Yet Salazar’s example offers a different kind of post-liberal order to those offered by left- and right-wing ideologues. Salazarism, if there is such a thing, is a kind of paternalistic traditionalism. Either a weaker or a more “visionary” leader couldn’t have spared Portugal the excesses of totalitarianism. Salazar was, in his own way, a moderate.

Summing up the spirit of Salazarism, Gallagher incisively quotes the Israeli conservative thinker Yoram Hazony: “Where a people is incapable of self-discipline, a mild government will only encourage licentiousness and division, hatred and violence, eventually forcing a choice between civil war and tyranny. This means that the best an undisciplined people can hope for is a benevolent autocrat.”

Events of the last year may prove Hazony right. If we Americans lack the self-discipline necessary for self-government, if liberalism is off the table, the only alternative to a tyrant like Lenin or Hitler may be a man like Salazar: a paternalistic traditionalist, a philosopher-king.

Ken Ham #transphobia #fundie #pratt twitter.com

I had to fill our a form at our local pharmacy and they asked for "Sex Assigned at Birth." So they know to be true to science there are only two genders, male and female. So they word it this way to be "politically correct" but in reality they are acknowledging: 1. There are only two genders of humans; 2. One is either male or female; 3. It's important for medical reasons to know if one is male or female. As Jesus states in Mark 10:6. "But from the beginning of creation, God made them male and female."

James Lindsay et al #racist #wingnut twitter.com

James Lindsay: Wokeness was the lockpick to the gates of Western Civilization. The gates are now open.

mikediebert: 11 Million New Democrat voters means American elections have ceased to have meaning. The Red States are gone.

Dong Quixote: You psyop a people into believing that the primary goal of their society is to equalize outcomes between racial and gender groups, rather than, you know...building stuff, fixing stuff, having kids, preserving order, and worshipping the Almighty. This is how you destroy them.

Rick Gorzen #wingnut facebook.com

Congratulations President Elect Biden and soon to be President Biden! With that said, I’m going to need some help from my Democratic Liberal friends:
1. Can I borrow the #NotMyPresident hashtag or is that reserved for President Trump?
2. Who do I contact to see if Republicans are boycotting the Inauguration, like the Democrats did for President Trump?
3. Do I have to accept the election results, or can I cry for four years, claiming election interference?
4. Am I entitled to see Biden’s tax returns to learn how his income jumped dramatically in one year (I mean, we all know how and why. Just show the proof.)?
5. Am I allowed to trash anything that Biden says, without repercussion, because I’m just expressing myself?
6. Is there a sign-up somewhere for riots, do organizers call me, or how does that work, since I didn’t get my way?
7. Are businesses targeted because they supported Biden, or do I just pick a business that has something I want to take home?
8. Were the thousands of businesses that boarded up for fear of riots, for Conservatives or Liberals? If they were for Conservatives, did I miss the riots already??
9. Where are the safe spaces at? Is there a map or something? I may need to go cry for a little while (because of how stupid our country has become).
10. Does all the free stuff your party has promised, just come or do I have to quit my job first?
11. What is the address you guys have been sending all that extra tax money to, since you think people aren’t paying enough in taxes? I’m sure you have been voluntarily sending in more than required...
12. When my 401K crashes, will the President Elect make up for that in give-a-ways, or am I just screwed?
13. Since Socialism is what you just voted in, if my neighbor has something I want, do I just take it or do I have to let him know I’m taking it (Personally, I have had my eye on the brand NEW Mercedes SUV, a couple of doors down ... Biden sign in yard.).

The Meme Policeman #wingnut #pratt facebook.com

Responding to a meme about what Antifa actually means…

And now, presenting the Memey for Most Annoying Meme!
There was incessant gaslighting over the summer about Antifa. It was simultaneously not a real organization and just an "idea," while at the same time a brave movement fighting fascism. Even as Antifa groups occupied, burned and destroyed sections of American cities, memes continued to claim the black clad group were akin to American soldiers in WWII.
Even though Antifa would now consider the average WWII vet a racist perpetrator of toxic masculinity and Western hegemony. They also seemed to ignore that Stalin was anti-fascist.
Runner-up in the comments.
Stay tuned for more Memey Awards, they run until the end of the year. For a complete list of the 2020 Memeys (updated in real time):

Jim Lacey #elitist nationalreview.com

I have no idea whether Charles Dickens, if he were alive today, would have joined the Occupy Wall Street movement. Given the revulsion he expressed when America’s riff-raff had the temerity to become overly familiar on his two visits to this country, one may doubt his commitment to overthrowing society’s class structure. Despite this, he may still be considered among the movement’s intellectual forerunners. For it was he, in the person of his literary creation Ebenezer Scrooge, who gave the world a character who embodied all of the evil traits the Occupiers attribute to today’s 1 percent. In fact, Scrooge might, in many ways, be considered the literary patron saint of the Occupy movement. Who among them does not dream of a time when today’s 1 percent will find the same inspiration Scrooge did, and give away their riches to “more deserving” folk? Oh wait. The occupiers don’t want the rich to give their money away to the charities of their choice. They want the government to take the wealth of the rich and give it away according to the Occupiers’ desirers.

Either way, such actions are not really going to do much to improve the human condition. I contend that Scrooge, before he became “enlightened,” was already doing more to help his fellow man than any of the other main characters we meet in A Christmas Carol. Moreover, by giving away a substantial portion of his accumulated fortune, he drastically reduced his ability to do even more good in the world.

Scrooge was a “man of business” and evidently a shrewd and successful one. Although Dickens fails to tell us exactly what line of business Scrooge is in, a typical 19th-century “man of business” could be expected to involve himself in many endeavors — what investment advisers today refer to as diversifying one’s risk. One can infer from A Christmas Carol that Scrooge was a financier, who lent money to both businesses and individuals. He also spent long hours at the Exchange, probably speculating on commodities, buying and selling government debt, and purchasing and selling shares in various joint stock companies.

Michael Kruger #fundie michaeljkruger.com

Armenia. Cambodia. Rawanda. Bosnia. Darfur. All well-known modern examples of genocide where entire people groups were wiped out (or almost wiped out). These are awful tragedies, worthy of our sorrow and grief.

And yet, ask the critics, is the God of the Bible really any different? When the Israelites entered the land of Canaan, was it not God that commanded them to wipe out all the indigenous people (Deut 20:17)? Is God not guilty of genocide? It makes me think of the famous bumper-sticker quote, “The only difference between God and Adolf Hitler is that God is more proficient at genocide.”

Admittedly, this is a difficult, complex issue. We feel obligated, understandably, to find a way to get God “off the hook” for the deaths of so many people. Many possibilities come to mind for how that might be done. Maybe we’ve misread the passage. Maybe it’s just symbolic. Maybe the Israelites misunderstood God’s command. And so on.

But, in the end, I don’t think we need to get God off the hook. I don’t think he wants off the hook. As painful as this issue is, it highlights what we, and our culture, need to hear more than ever: God is holy, people are sinful, the world is broken, and his judgment is just.

The Distributist #elitist twitter.com

When you actually scratch the surface of successful democracies you find
1. endless status quo
2. mono-cultural consensus
3. strong leader w mandate
Otherwise "Democracy" becomes an endless "meeting" with rule by the loudest and most stubborn.

In reality people don't want Democracy in basic terms. They want better distributed property and competent leadership. They want a house, NOT a vote on the management of a million houses.

Many things only work well as non-democracies. Families, classrooms, ships, military commands. Remember Heaven is a monarchy, Hell is a Democracy. The left seems halfway to understanding this.

Robin Hood (aka Carl Benjamin aka Sargon of Akkad) #sexist twitter.com

Robin Hood: Boys shouldn't cry because crying indicates a loss of self control; this is inherently unmanly.

Bjorn Merkeland: Carl, crying is a natural sign of distress in humans. It’s okay to cry. It’s okay to not be okay sometimes. Its very easy to confuse crying and being emotionally open, which is my guess as to why men are statistically more likely to commit suicide.

Robin Hood: Yes, it is unmanly to be in distress.

Abdul Ghaffar #fundie twitter.com

Abdul Ghaffar: Insulting the Prophet is NOT freedom of expression.

Elizabeth Isar: Spoiler alert: yes it is.

Abdul Ghaffar: We Muslims are also in favor of freedom of expression, but where is the freedom to speak ill of one's religion or their prophet? Which offends certain people. Like you guys don't have the freedom to discuss certain things.

Nick Fuentes and Sargon of Akkad #racist twitter.com

[note: Robin Hood is the name of Sargon of Akkad’s alt account that he uses to praise himself]

Nick Fuentes: We are living through a revolution that will replace America with a new country founded in 1619 by MLK, Nelson Mandela, and Muhammad Ali, which extolls the principles of racial justice and equality, and which installs a racial caste system with Whites at the very bottom.

Robin Hood: This is an accurate assessment of the situation.

Erik Manning #fundie isjesusalive.com

Clay Jones of Biola University has looked at the killing of the Canaanites extensively and I think he hits the nail on the head – we don’t like the killing of the Canaanites because we don’t hate sin as God does. In fact, if you look at our culture we look an awful lot like the Canaanites.

While still mostly taboo, we have philosophers at Princeton and critically-acclaimed movies in Hollywood that condone bestiality.
While also still thought taboo, there are films in Hollywood that celebrate consensual incest and some lawyers who wish to overturn laws against it.
We murder our unborn children to the gods of career and Mammon at alarming rates.
Netflix has a movie that “features ‘female breast nudity of a minor,’ ‘shots of breast, bums, and spread crotches of scantily clad’ children”
We have a vice presidential candidate endorsing legalizing prostitution.
Ashley Madison – a website designed to assist people to find willing partners to adultery – boasts of having 53 million users since its inception.
And we now have a strange yet steep increase in people practicing witchcraft in America.

Jones’ conclusion in his paper We Don’t Hate Sin So We Don’t Understand What Happened to the Canaanites, brings it home:

“We do not appreciate the depths of our own depravity, the horror of sin, and the righteousness of God. Consequently it’s no surprise that when we see God’s judgment upon those who committed the sins we commit, that complain and protest arises within our hearts: “This is divine barbarism” or “This is divine genocide” But studying these things over the years has led me to wonder if the Canaanites might not stand up at the Judgment and condemn this generation.”

That’s quite an indictment but I can’t help but think it’s true.

Becky Tawney-Albertson #wingnut facebook.com

The difference between me and a lot of my Democratic friends.....You see Trump’s arrogance, I see Trump’s confidence. You see Trump’s nationalism, I see Trump’s patriotism. You hear Trump’s unsophisticated words, I hear Trump’s honesty. You see Trump’s racism, I see Trump’s words being misconstrued and twisted by the media daily to fit their narrative. You see Trump as a Republican, I see Trump as a Patriot. You see Trump as a dictator, I see Trump as a leader. You see Trump as an Authoritarian, I see Trump as the only one willing to fight for our freedoms. You see Trump as childish, I see Trump as a fighter, unwilling to cave in to the lies. You see Trump as an unpolished politician, I see Trump as a breath of fresh air. You think Trump hates immigrants, I know Trump is married to an immigrant. You see Trump putting an end to immigration in America, I see Trump welcoming immigrants to America LEGALLY. You see Trump’s cages at the border, I see Obama’s cages at the border. You see Trump with a struggling economy, I see Trump with an amazing economy until the Democrats shut it down. You see the violence in the streets and call it “Trump’s America”, I see the violence in the streets of Democratic run cities who are refusing Trump’s help and call it “Liberal America.” You want someone more Presidential, I’m happy we have someone who finally doesn’t just talk the talk but actually walks the walk. You and I? We see things very differently.
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Liberty Hangout #wingnut twitter.com

Moderators are Democrat
Journalists are Democrat
Fact-checkers are Democrat
Pollsters are Democrat
Athletes are Democrat
Entertainers are Democrat
Big tech is Democrat
Corporate America is Democrat

The fix is in & the same people who accuse Trump of rigging 2016 are rigging 2020

Robin Hood #wingnut twitter.com

If women don't breed, no culture survives. I don't understand why you are getting triggered by this self-evident fact of reality.

I know what I mean better than you, because you can't read minds. Here it is plainly:

All women should aspire to motherhood, all men to fatherhood, and those that don't should know that much is expected of them because they failed to uphold this social contract. You owe them.

Nick Fuentes #racist twitter.com

Nick Fuentes: Media seething because they were hoping Trump would die or be significantly weakened/diminished by the coronavirus and instead he emerges looking stronger than ever before. MUSSOLINI MOMENT BITCH.

Ruth Ben-Ghiat: Hey @NickJFuentes Mussolini expert here. You do know how the Duce ended up?

Nick Fuentes: He ended up in heaven which won't be said about you bitch

Later, Nick retweeted this account

America First Investments: Oh, wow that’s crazy...

Jewish right wing political pundit, Ben Shapiro, retweeting Jewish left wing political pundit, Jake Tapper, to throw shade at a white Catholic, Nick Fuentes???

Could have never seen that coming

Bedivere Bedrydant #fundie americanmind.org

Banning porn will require a pervasive sexual re-norming. This is a democracy, and we’re going to have to figure out how to get people on board with it. Even if we did convince people of the public health case, where would that leave us? With erectile dysfunction-type warnings in the first five seconds of every porno? We need something better than that.

For a path forward, look to an unlikely model: the gay rights movement. In 2008, my home state of California voted in favor of a statewide constitutional amendment to enshrine marriage as exclusively between a man and a woman. Yes, that was California. Remember? In less than ten years, the Supreme Court declared the amendment illegal—in large part because such legislation had become unthinkable for many Americans (including the ones who themselves had voted for it just eight years previous).

So how did they do it? Gay rights activists repeatedly and publicly shamed us, saying that if you oppose gay marriage, you hate gay people. That line, repeated and modified and transposed in a million different ways, sexually re-normed America in the space of a decade. Now, it’s our turn for a sexual re-norming of America. Conservatives can turn Americans against porn. How?

But the trouble, really, is that trying to shame people who actually do hate women by calling them misogynists won’t work. They like hating women. This is part of what makes porn so addicting. (Sidenote: The “you hate gays” line worked because people generally did not hate gays, and did not want to hate gays. They just weren’t woke enough to realize that not-hating-gays required being-for-gay-marriage. They were quick to comply once shamed.) I still believe the shaming route can work, but we have to try something a little bit different. Let’s try calling porn supporters despicable perverts instead. After all, it is true.

Settler’s Lament, et al. #dunning-kruger #fundie twitter.com

Settler’s Lament: Atheism is inherently left-wing

Judah: It's hypocritical to embrace hierarchy, then to deny God's sovereignty.

Curufinwe Feanaro: New Atheism could have been halfway based if it had kept the message to “There is no god but Gnon, and Darwin is his prophet”, but it was quickly and very predictably co-opted by people who stopped believing in God a hundred years ago and just never told anyone.

Nate the Great: Precisely. Leftism requires atheism, for with God, one would find it difficult avoiding the inevitable backlash for breaking every Commandment and Beatitude.

Adam Milne: Are there not other routes to respecting hierarchy than through God? I personally struggle with which hierarchies to respect and I am an atheist.

Anonymous: if you are an atheist there is no hierarchy, only self.

Carl Benjamin et al #wingnut twitter.com

[Basically, Sargon is whining about a private business not doing business with a Nazi…]

Robin Hood: Look, whether you hate Mark Collette or not, saying that someone can't have a bank account is saying that person cannot live in society, and must be cast out onto the streets. It should be illegal to leave someone without a bank account at this point, as cash is being phased out. I, like everyone else, destest Mark's Hitler simp politics, but common-law societies are built on criminalising actions, not beliefs. If we allow these kinds of decisions to be made then, as we have seen in every other realm, they will affect non-Nazis eventually. … It seems totally immoral to allow banks to target sections of the public because of their publicly-percieved opinions. People should have action taken against them only for the things they have done, in this sphere. Even murderers and rapists don't have their bank accounts closed. It gives huge institutions total power over the economic life of an individual, and I don't know how the left doesn't look at this and see the relative power dynamics at play. It's monstrous to see what is happening.

AssWorldsman: This is precisely why tech censorship is just scratching the surface. The biggest, most powerful cancel culture is refusing someone the ability to hold, send, and receive currency. It's excommunication from society. This is how companies destroy someone's life in the current year

Rhubba: HSBC must be held to account (pardon the pun) for their decision. It must be put out in the open for the public to know how and why they make decisions like these AND what criteria they use to judge: eg why Patriotic Alternative but not BLM or XR?

PostoPMalemaN: The holocaust never happened, Carl. What’s your excuse for not having educated yourself on this yet?

Donald Trump #racist mediamatters.org

Since June 3, the Trump campaign has been running Facebook ads fearmongering about “antifa.” On June 17, the campaign added an inverted red triangle to some variations of the ad -- a symbol the Nazis used to designate political prisoners.

Using the Dewey Square Adwatch tool set to analyze Facebook Ad data, Media Matters found that the Trump campaign has run at least 2,110 advertisements with generic anti-antifa language since June 3. The ads ran on Facebook pages for President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Team Trump, Black Voices for Trump, Brad Parscale, Latinos for Trump, and Women for Trump.
In recent days, the campaign has experimented with various illustrations in the post -- mostly variations of a generic alert image. All the ads have the disclaimer “Paid for by TRUMP MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN COMMITTEE."

On June 17, the campaign ran 88 ads on the Facebook pages for Trump, Pence, and Team Trump with an inverted red triangle. The red triangle was used for political prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. The Trump campaign gave this explanation for the ad: This is an emoji. It's also a symbol widely used by Antifa. It was used in an ad about Antifa.

As one reporter noted, the inverted triangle is not a widely-used symbol for antifa.
Historian Jacob S. Eder, an expert on the subject, told The Washington Post that the ad is “a highly problematic use of a symbol that the Nazis used to identify their political enemies. ... It’s hard to imagine it’s done on purpose, because I’m not sure if the vast majority of Americans know or understand the sign, but it’s very, very careless to say the least.”
Facebook has previously let Trump run thousands of ads fearmongering about an immigrant “invasion,” even though the ads violated Facebook’s standards. Facebook also let the Trump campaign publish at least 529 ads with false claims of voter fraud.
The Trump campaign used anti-Semitic imagery in the previous election cycle as well. In 2016, Trump used a meme that featured the Star of David on a background of money to call Hillary Clinton the “most corrupt candidate ever.” Trump would eventually suggest that it was intended to be a sheriff’s star.
The 2016 campaign also did significant outreach to neo-Nazi figures. Campaign surrogates Diamond and Silk did an interview with a Holocaust denier. The Trump campaign gave press credentials to a white nationalist radio program, Donald Trump Jr. appeared on the program, and a Trump adviser gave interviews to that program at the Republican National Committee convention in Cleveland.

antihero_kate et al #homophobia twitter.com

antihero_kate: 30% of women under 25 identifying as LGBT is a cope for a society of feminized men with poor career prospects. Whichever champion can bring back masculinity will turn this whole thing around. I think in reality women thirst for strong and determined masculine men.

Grant L: This is exactly how the government wants men. Confused, anxious, and not knowing how to fit in with society. Familial norms are no longer. Tv shows men as stupid and weak. It's a sad sad thing and will only lead to codependency on government.

antihero_kate: I think it’s obvious that removing men and strong men is the easiest way to control a society.

business student trash: Nail, meet head. I've seen this SO much. Straight women go from bad relationship to bad relationship with fem men, then identify as bi, then identifying as queer, and then out comes the hair dye and she becomes "them."

ImaMeatPopscicle #racist stonetoss.com

The moment is coming. Quite frankly, I don't put much faith in the pat-front/boog-bois who have their hearts in the right place and willingness to show but not the good sense to maintain more and tighter operational and information security. There are many who are planning the what, how, where, and when of reprisal once the fuse gets lit so-to-speak. (((They))) must light it, and when it's lit you and everyone else will know because it will shine like the sun shines in the sky. The normies likewise will be dumbfounded in their inability to deny the moment.

So as things are "heating up", ask yourself what you are doing to prepare and be ready for the day. You know the actors, who's at fault, what they look like, and in many cases their names and where they sleep. Have a plan, and have a plan to go through with it. Give them all the rope in the world...be the hunter, not the hunted.

Rex Jones #racist twitter.com

It's all fun and games to bring up "Government Data" until someone mentions FBI Crime statistics


Acceptable “Conservatives”

- Candace Owens
- Ben Shapiro
- Glenn Beck
- Stephen Crowder

“Unacceptable” Conservatives

- Alex Jones
- Nick Fuentes
- Faith Goldy
- Tucker Carlson

See the difference?

Craig Welter #wingnut facebook.com

[The Meme Policeman made a post arguing that there is not yet sufficient evidence of ICE performing mass hysterectomies]

Craig Welter: Another controversy from the left turns out to be completely fictional? I'm shocked. Well, there will be plenty more in the next few weeks. You can count on it. We'll have a new outrage every day leading up to the election. Making stuff up is pretty much all the democrats have to run on, hating Trump is their entire platform.

James Lindsay #racist twitter.com

Too bad.

If you give in to bullies, they always demand more. The point is to humiliate you into compliance so they can keep taking your lunch money.


Oppression is sin.
Enlightenment is the Fall.
Whiteness is the mark of Cain.
Privilege is depravity, which is total.
Antiracism is piety, runs on confession.
Grace is by works for liberation.
Oppressed are the saints.
Social (group) "Justice" is God.


A Kindle plugin that changes every occurrence of "white" to "witch" in White Fragility, the Malleolus Maleficarum of the contemporary age.

Peter Boghossian #racist twitter.com

How to destroy civilization in 10 easy steps:

1) Claim that science, reason, and rationality are tools of oppression.
2) Focus on equality of outcome at the expense of equality of opportunity.
3) Teach a generation of students that being offended by certain *ideas* makes them better people.
4) “Decolonize” curricula by switching from robust epistemologies (scientific method) to radically subjective ones (autoethnography). Simultaneously, claim that anyone who has a problem with this isn’t merely mistaken but is a terrible person.
5) Sanction and shame people who have conversations across political and moral divides. Guilt by association is a particularly good enforcement mechanism.
6) Promote cultural, moral, and epistemological relativism. In other words, advance the notion that there’s no way to make independent judgments about cultural practices, moral codes, and ways of knowing.
7) Create and legally enforce blasphemy laws. This will be most effective if certain ideas are made sacred and thus immune from criticism. Bonus: Equate criticisms of ideas with criticisms of immutable properties of people.
8) Advance the narrative that what people can know is limited to exogenous, immutable characteristics, like skin color or gender.
9) Deny people healthcare based upon their income.
10) Do not provide a public education of the first rate for every citizen.

Sohrab Ahmari #fundie twitter.com

"Although the myth of the particular or unusual cruelty of the Spanish Inquisition is now well debunked by scholars, it survives in the popular imagination." Everything you think you know about Catholic Spain and its presence in the New World is wrong. Even as they committed far greater atrocities, protestant powers used accounts of Spanish misdeeds *written by enlightened Spaniards themselves* to create the Black Legend.

The propaganda continues to misinform minds half a millennium later.

Miller and Heying #racist twitter.com

Geoffrey Miller: If book-burning didn't have such bad historical associations, you know they'd already be burning all the books they don't like.

They only thing preventing that, for the moment, is the 'bad optics'.

Heather Heying: Five years ago the optics on tearing down statues of the founding fathers were so bad, it couldn’t happen.

What, that seems impossible today, will be within the woke Overton Window in five years?

Dinesh D’Souza #wingnut facebook.com

Margaret Sanger supported eugenics & forced sterilization for low IQ, handicapped & “undesirable” black people. Democrat Stephen Douglas was a notorious racist who compared blacks to animals. Democrat Robert Byrd was a notorious Ku Klux Klan leader who filibustered the Civil Rights Act.
So liberals, I must ask... why are you not trying to erase these names from history?

Julie Bush #racist facebook.com

This is my opinion of what should be done to ANYONE destroying or defacing our National monuments or statues. This is not open for argument, so if you disagree, move on. Don't spew a bunch of shit on this post, cause I will delete it. Make your own post.
They should be arrested immediately, even if the National Guard has to come in and assist. Thrown in jail with no bond. Put on a chain gang like they use to do back in the day, and clean and repair each and every thing that was destroyed or defaced. And the officers and guardsmen should receive hazzard pay. The way to get this shit to stop is to come down on the with a heavy hand. Not enough room in jails, build more tent jails like I believe they did in maybe Arizona? Too hot to live in, tough! Many people go without a/c. Going to be too cold come winter, tough! Many go without proper heating, God knows I did for years. Suck it up buttercups!! Not enough food to feed them, give them bologna or peanut butter, I'll donate the first case!! Like I said, this is my opinion, I'm tired of watching these spoiled brats destroy the country I love and am thankful for!!

Irami Osei-Frampong #racist wsbtv.com

ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY, Ga. — A University of Georgia graduate student is getting criticism for comments he wrote on Facebook.
The man at the center of the controversy is Irami Osei-Frampong -- a philosophy graduate student employed by the university as a teacher's assistant.
He speaks frequently about race and equality, but some critics believe he crossed the line when he made a post online that stated, "Some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole."
Another social media post said: "Fighting white people is a skill."
The teaching assistant told Channel 2's Tony Thomas he's confused by the backlash.
"I'm confused why that is so controversial," Osei-Frampong said.
Osei-Frampong appeared on Cox Media Group radio station WGAU Tuesday morning, insisting he's not calling for violence, but believes it should remain an option.
"It's just a fact of history that racial justice often comes at the cost of white life," Osei-Frampong said. "I didn't advocate for violence. I was just honest of racial progress."
Thomas spoke with some students who had mixed reactions.
"I feel they should do something when it's, like, a racial thing,'' student Xavier Ford said.
"I would generally agree with it. I think black people in this country have been marginalized," student Andrew Davis said.
Thomas asked Osei-Frampong if he's worried about losing his position.
"If they fire me, they'd be firing me for doing my job," Osei-Frampong said.
Some UGA alumni said they're thinking about withholding donations after learning of the comments.
"I feel like the things he is saying is inciting violence. They invite the idea into people's minds," UGA alumnus Andrew Lawrence said.
University leaders said they are consulting with the attorney general on what actions they can take, but Osei-Frampong said he's standing firm and not backing down.
University administrators sent Channel 2 Action News the following statement that reads in part:
The University has been vigorously exploring all available legal options. Racism has no place on our campus.