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Yall-suck #fundie #homophobia

Yall-suck #fundie #homophobia deviantart.com

On October 23, TFP Student Action members visited the University of Louisville to encourage students to defend true marriage. To the characteristic sounds of the bagpipes, TFP volunteers chanted slogans, distributed leaflets and held signs asking drivers to honk in support of natural marriage.

Everything happened as usual. Some students warmly received the TFP flyer, while others refused. Some accepted it just to rip it up. The majority of cars that drove by reacted with friendly honking.

Unusual Tolerance

However, about 45 minutes into the peaceful demonstration, several students, representing the homosexual movement on campus, began to react. First, a male student attempting to look like a woman approached, walking his dog, and wearing a shirt with the word "pride" printed on it in rainbow colors. He attempted to block one of the TFP volunteers' signs with his body and became the day's first example of pro-homosexual hypocrisy: preach tolerance, but never practice it.

Slowly, other students dressed in a similar way began to arrive, usually telegraphing their presence with curse words against TFP volunteers, or by displaying their middle fingers. One male student rudely blocked Cesar Franco's pro-family sign with a rainbow flag.

"So you preach tolerance," said Cesar, "yet refuse to tolerate my opinion?"
Rainbow student: Silence.

Cesar raised his sign above his head where the pro-homosexual student could not cover it. The student then attempted to rip the sign out of his hands. After failing to do so, TFP volunteer John Miller politely demanded the student answer whether the TFP volunteers had the right to express their own opinions, even if it differed from his own.
TFP member: "You're not willing to let us speak our minds?"
Student: "No."
Member: "You're not open-minded enough for that?"
Student: "Nope."
Member: "So it's actually a one-way street?"
Student: "Yeah. I'm fine with that."
Member: "So you are a hypocrite?"
Student: "Yeah. I'm fine with that ..."
Member: "You can't even live with a little opposition?"
Student: "Not when the opposition has existed for the past 2,000 years."

"Do You Love God?"

Another pro-homosexual individual arrived with a new sign: "You are loved." However, TFP volunteers were somewhat perplexed when the woman began cursing at them. Loved?
Several in the crowd began screaming, "Love!"

TFP volunteer Damien Murphy replied, "Do you love God?"
None of them answered his question. A woman walked up after a little while and asked, "If I did [love God], what would you say then?"
Damien replied, "Then follow His commandments."
"Oh, that makes sense," she stammered.

Aggressor Plays Victim

With about 35 people, the counter-demonstration of "love" grew more aggressive when a bearded student wearing the same "pride" shirt as many of his colleagues announced his arrival by cursing and blowing smoke in the faces of Cesar Franco and Elias Rubio. He then blew more smoke into the faces of other TFP volunteers, interspersing his antics with more curses and threats against "discrimination."

Discrimination?

When TFP volunteer John Miller asked him where he read or saw discrimination in any of the TFP literature the man could not show him. The man only advanced against TFP volunteer Joseph Jordan and blew smoke in his face.
Here are some of the sound bites from the liberal students:
"You're spreading hate! Get off our campus!"
"I hate you and everything you stand for!"
"Lay that flag on the ground so I can stomp on it!"
"If people like you are going to Heaven, I would rather go to Hell!"
"If God exists, let Him strike me down now!"
The TFP members not only received verbal aggression from the pro-homosexual activists but also moral aggression. One pro-homosexual student attempted to "hug" a TFP volunteer from behind, but was thankfully stopped by a fellow volunteer. Another activist got very close to one of the TFP members, acting in a lewd and indecent way. Yet another acted in a similar manner with a dog that was present.

Clearly a Spiritual Battle

A female student approached a TFP member:
"I hope satan stomps on you," she said while recording the exchange on her iPhone. "Hail satan! Hail satan!" The TFP member calmly replied, "Record this for your friends, the Immaculate Virgin Mary, Mother of God, is going to crush the head of the devil!" The student became visibly bothered by the response and began to repeat her chant to the devil, to which the TFP member repeated his prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The police arrived in time to allow TFP Student Action members to end the campaign without further aggression.

May God protect our nation from the homosexual revolution.

Virgin Most Pure, pray for us!

-from Spiritdaily.com

Yall-suck #transphobia

Yall-suck #transphobia deviantart.com

So at this moment, I laugh as I type this. I laugh at the sheer temper tantrums being thrown because of a law that -clearly- is good for society. But before I begin I want to tip my hat to PayPal for leaving and keeping the state of NC free from it's liberal intolerant views. Stay in NY/Cali where you belong. On another note, no one even start with that, “doN”t boother dis DA with ur propaganda! GO tel it too sorsses!” listen guys, I've already made contact with PayPal, the Governor of NC and some other companies and gave them my view on this crap. Oh! And almost forgot! If you wanna join the movement -like I did- and cancel your PayPal account... do it. Just saying, you don't have to though.

And now to begin. First off, if you don't know what the bill is, read about it and not just the media's reports slamming it www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2015E2/… So if a man feels or thinks he's a woman he can go straight into the woman's bathroom. This bill is against that. Second off, since when were laws made on account of feelings? Tell me that. What's the old saying? “Don't feel, think!”?

Now let me ask you guys, and all the fighters against the law for that matter, a couple questions that Michael Brown asked Bruce Springsteen in an open letter to him and his band (in context with his cancelling his NC concert due to HB2).

First, how do you know if someone is really “transgender” or not? Is it determined entirely by how they feel about themselves? If so, do you think that it might be hard to make laws based entirely on how people feel? Did you ever stop to consider that?

Second, what’s the difference between someone with “gender dysphoria” (or, as it used to be called, “gender identity disorder”) and someone, say, with schizophrenia or “multiple personality disorder” or some other psychological condition? In other words, if a man is a biological and chromosomal male but believes he is a woman, is he actually a woman, or does he have a psychological disorder? If he does have a psychological disorder, should we try to treat that disorder or should we celebrate that disorder? And is it right to call biological males who feel they are women and biological women who feel they are men just that? Perhaps that’s not the best use of the term. If anyone is deeply offended that I would dare suggest that many transgender individuals are dealing with a psychological disorder, could you kindly point me to the definitive scientific literature that explains that these biological males are actually females and these biological females are actually males? I’m not saying they don’t deserve compassion. To the contrary, I’m saying that’s exactly what they deserve: compassion, not celebration.

These are questions you really need to ask yourself before you go protesting against something that the media slams because it's common sense. But let's go deeper and be more practical here. Let’s say that a 6’4” male who used to play professional football and who has secretly agonized over his gender identity for years finally determines that he must be true to himself and live as a woman. Do you think it might be traumatic for a little girl using the library bathroom to see this big man walk into her room wearing a dress and a wig? Should we take her feelings into account, or is she not important? What if that was your little sister, niece or granddaughter? Would you care if she was traumatized? And when you speak of “the human rights of all of our citizens” (I'm looking at you LBGT) does that include little girls like this? I understand that this gentleman will have difficulties should he decide to dress and live as a woman, but that is still a choice he is making, and it is not fair to impose his struggles on innocent little children, is it?

And what if this same man, whom we’ll assume is not a sexual predator, wants to share the YMCA locker room with your wife and daughter, standing there in his underwear as they come out of the shower stalls wrapped in towels. Is this fair to them?

Let's go deeper. If any man who claims to be a woman can use women’s bathrooms and locker rooms, then how do we keep the sexual predators out? I’ve asked people to watch this short video www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzwMJA… , giving examples of male heterosexual predators who donned women’s clothing to get into the ladies’ rooms, and I’d encourage you guys to watch it too. Without HB2, rapists and voyeurs and pedophiles would have free access to our women and daughters in the safety of their own bathrooms and locker rooms. Since you protesters clearly don’t like HB2 what’s your plan to keep the predators out? How can we tell the difference between a “genuine” transgender person and a sexual predator?

And one final question to Bruce Springsteen.
When you booked the concert in Greenboro, the laws in NC were just as they are today: In public facilities, people had to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that corresponded to their biological sex. Why, then, did you agree to come in the first place? Why cancel the concert when things today are just what they were six months ago?

You see guys, in your radical attempts to fight for what is right you fight for nonsense and a greater risk of crime. Though you fight for what is visibly wrong to your eyes (transgenders not getting their rights and are getting oh so heart broke) are you fighting for what is morally right? Really? With that I leave you to let this sink in and maybe you'll think from another point of view other than what you hear on the media. And since I'm a supporter of public opinion, in which I hope you guys are as well, I'll leave the comments section open.

So then obviously laws should be made in favor of religious groups when all they have to say is, “I know my god exists because I can feel him in my heart.” But wait, we'd be called psychotic... bigots even? lol Well I better go mail out some more buttered American popcorn to Putin as he watches American media.

Shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist

Shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist deviantart.com

So Woke people...who’s higher in the victim hierarchy? Are you gonna keep white knighting for China? Or are gonna side with Africa?

Edit: Read caciquecaribe’s comment below because goddamn, China is upping it’s oppression against foreigners HARD! How can anyone defend China now!? If you still think China did nothing wrong and it’s the US who’s evil...then you’re a communist! You are a fucking communist! I am really curious what the left is gonna do with this info out there? I know SJWs are fucking hypocrites but can we all agree that this is fucked up? How can you defend China after seeing all that and say you”re not be a communist?

Brendan1903 #wingnut

Brendan1903 #wingnut deviantart.com

(Image contains the logo for Rational Wiki with the words “When you claim to be “Rational” but instead use lies, deception and logical fallacies just like those you claim to be against.”)

The site is literally what happens when useful idiots and trendfollowers get their own wiki.

shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #sexist

shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #sexist deviantart.com

It’s true! I find it very weird how any time there’s a sexy female character is a movie or game it’s always SJWs bitching about the “male gaze”. What about lesbians who like seeing women wearing revealing outfits? I mean, if you’re so ass mad that there are men “objectify” video game and movie characters then what about lesbians? Yes, I know not all lesbians like this or that but stay with me here. With lal the male bashing when ever a female character shows skin...how many lesbians do you think like the character like that? The “male gaze” is always seen as this evil thing but lesbians are never mentioned in any of these articles! It’s just another case of a group only existing to SJWS when it suits their narrative. You’re a lesbian who likes female characters showing some ass? You don’t exist to them. You’re a woman who hates Disney Star Wars? SJWs will remove their own eyes or ears just to not acknowledge you. These far left fucks are far more misogynistic than what they claim america is because even in the small chance they do acknowledge women who don’t agree with them, they’ll just say “Oh you just have internalized misogyny so let me educate you!” Ugh!

IrishBecky #wingnut

IrishBecky #wingnut deviantart.com

I know I might lose watchers and deviantart friends over this, but these past couple days, I have felt so pissed off at all the Liberals who have been raising hell because of Trump winning. Burning people's property, beating up Trump supporters, pretty much throwing temper tantrums because their candidate lost like a bunch of immature, spoiled children.
You know what? I didn't like it when Obama was elected, but other Conservatives and I didn't throw temper tantrums and raise hell when he was. And Liberals have the nerve to say that they are the side of PEACE!?
I am not singling out every Liberal out there. I don't mind that you are disappointed and sad because of your loss, you have the right to be, but I'm just fed up with the ones who are causing so much drama and damage, and spreading so much hatred.
Anyway, I think everyone who is upset about the election should just get over it and move on. I also think that people should give Donald Trump a chance. It's like GOSH, he's not even in Office yet and already people are behaving like the world is going to end or something. I believe that he is going to make this Country great and prosperous again. I don't care what people think of me, I was very relieved when he won. My and fellow Christians' prayers have been answered. My sister and I even had dreams that he won right before the election ended. I highly doubt our country is now "doomed". I think things are going to get better.

Maseeh Ghani #wingnut #conspiracy

Maseeh Ghani #wingnut #conspiracy reclaimthenet.org

We have covered before that YouTube and other tech giants are slowly working to try and eradicate the counter culture, namely in this case and in the modern times, conservative voices. That’s right; the conservatives are now the counter culture. We know this by just a recent example when the CEO of YouTube in an interview suggested that Ben Shapiro should be banned. YouTube, however, isn’t always the main culprit here.

The New York Times published an article that could probably be summed up as a kid crying because they pooped their diapers. Namely, the fact that alternative media is vastly growing and is taking away their viewers.

New York Times journalist Kevin Roose interviewed Neal Mohan, YouTube’s product chief, solely on the topic of radicalization through YouTube videos.

What does he mean by radicalization through YouTube videos? Conspiracy theories, right extremists and white supremacists.

He questions the YouTube product chief on the rabbit hole of YouTube experience, where users get recommended videos based on what they watch. He questions though why Donald Trump-related videos are being recommended, as well as conspiracy videos. He even made the jump, stating, if we can ban ISIS related videos then why not right-wing extremists?

“Since the New Zealand shooting, we’ve heard this question about “Well, the platforms worked together to take down ISIS content. Why haven’t they done the same for white supremacy or violent right-wing extremism?” What’s the answer there?” Kevin Roose asks.

He pretty much exposes his root bias, where it all comes from, right here.

“So much of what YouTube has become over the years is this kind of alternative form of media. People don’t go to YouTube because they want the same stuff they would see on TV. They go because they’ve built relationships with creators that they trust, and when Logan Paul puts out a flat-earth documentary or Shane Dawson questions whether 9/11 happened, there’s a sense that YouTube is the place where these “real” explanations are being offered, and maybe that makes this all very hard to undo.”

It’s a slippery slope to ban just one thing, as one thing can just easily lead to another. That’s exactly what the New York Times want though, to ban viral information spiraling through YouTube because it is in direct competition with their platform. Information is what the New York Times provides, and YouTube is slowly monopolizing the medium of information because it’s as he said, YouTube is the place where real explanations are being offered.

But it’s not entirely the sheer bias that’s off-putting about this NYT article; it’s also because it breaks the fake news meter. It’s full of disinformation.

The main premise of the article is what keeps mentioning about the deep and dark rabbit hole that exists on YouTube. Roose opened the article in the first line quoting it as “one of the most powerful radicalizing instruments of the 21st century.” Kevin mentions more specifically, what he means by this, though saying, “I’m talking, of course, about YouTube — and, specifically, the recommendation algorithm that determines which videos the site plays after the one you’re watching.”

This is what he refers to as the rabbit hole of dark information and violence.

Obviously, YouTube recommends videos based on what you normally watch. That is in YouTube’s best interest, to generate more views and get people to spend more time on their platform. People can get radicalized in many ways, depending on what it is they watch. This includes ANTIFA radicalization as well. Left-wing extremists exist too, among other dangerous fringe types of content. But even with this type of content, exists elements of political viewpoints and speech. The line can get very blurry when you attempt to try and police the whole thing unless it’s outright violent and inappropriate.

What Kevin Roose recommends banning, however, is far from being outright violent. It’s mostly harmless information that he wants to be banned. Conspiracies and fringe so-called right-wing content producers do not deserve to be banned and their free speech essentially taken away. Many of these people make livings off of their right to free speech, yet Kevin Roose still insists that we ban them, just because he doesn’t like it?

The real danger to me here is, not in the fringe information, but in the free speech silencer activists like Kevin Roose. Impeding on a fundamental human right to me is considered highly dangerous. We are talking about restricting peoples voices, their mouths, their fundamental need as a human being to express themselves, and potentially ruin their source of income to live. This is the talk of extreme authoritarianism.

So how does the YouTube algorithm actually work when it comes to recommending videos? Well, there’s an open sourced software that actually tracks recommended videos based on what YouTube video you watch. You can see essentially the rabbit hole that you will be lead on based on what YouTube channels you watch.


Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually much more likely for YouTube to recommend a “Left” leaning YouTube video to people watching “Right” leaning videos. source: pyt.azureedge.net
Take a look at the chart. You will see that what you watch is what you get. Click on any of the dots which show YouTube channel’s names and you will see the rabbit hole of information YouTube recommends you.

You will find it’s mostly the same type of content for the most part. Steven Crowder videos lead to mostly other Steven Crowder videos, with also high chances of similar content related stuff like JRE, Philip DeFranco, Paul Joseph Watson, etc.

However, the lines across all political spectrums do converge. Meaning, you will still get left-leaning videos recommended even if you watch right-leaning videos. CNN can pop out on your feed if you watch JRE or Steven Crowder. If the issues are related, chances are these conversions will happen. This usually occurs with policy topics that both political sides talk about.

You do not magically get lead to a conspiracy-ridden rabbit hole that consumes your soul and then makes you into a mass shooter. YouTube’ isn’t all that bad. Most of us who use it do not have this weird problem that Kevin Roose was complaining about. It’s not really an issue worth bringing up, especially for a major news source like the NYT.

Neal Mohan surprisingly was pretty solid set on his answers. He pretty much refuted all of the journalist’s claims and just flat out made Roose seem ridiculous, to be perfectly blunt. With answers like these, it’s hard not see why.

“I think that even when you go to something that broad, it comes with real trade-offs. And I’m just raising the fact that there are considerations there, which is that you are then limiting political discourse to a set of preordained voices and outlets and publications. And I think that especially when it comes to something as charged and societally impactful as politics, there needs to be room for new voices to be heard.”

This completely goes against the mainstream media narrative. Neal Mohan is clearly more concerned about the user experience of his platform than some random political bias a news publication has.

The NYT trying to make this a legitimate issue by publishing articles and conducting interviews like these is a sad and pathetic attempt to selfishly garner more views for their own platform. Instead of winning the infowar by producing better quality content, they cry endlessly about it hoping to get the attention of some players in the industry to make it all right for them at a wave of a wand. Unfortunately for Kevin and the New York Times, this won’t be happening any time soon. Because for now at least, common sense still prevails largely amongst the general public.

Kevin Roose tweeted his thoughts on the interview after the article was published saying,

“This answer surprised me bc when I interview neo-Nazis and other extremists, I ask them how they got into the subject. Maybe 80% of the time, YouTube is involved. If there are counterexamples of people being de-radicalized by recommendations, YouTube should publicize them!”

He seems to have missed the point completely.

Number one, YouTube doesn’t feed you Nazi content unless you proactively go and search for it. No examples of this exist and nothing in their algorithm suggests that. The evidence was furthered provided in the research and chart.

Number two, Neal Mohan stated that it’s not in their interest to interfere with political speech on YouTube because that ruins the user experience. Banning outright violent videos is one thing, but banning so-called radical political views is another. One is violence and other is free speech. This quote from Neal Mohan during the interview explains it all:

“In the case of something like this, the challenges are harder because the line, as you can imagine, is sometimes blurry between what clearly might be hate speech versus what might be political speech that we might find distasteful and disagree with, but nonetheless is coming from, you know, candidates that are in elections and the like.”

The NYT article titled, “YouTube’s Product Chief on Online Radicalization and Algorithmic Rabbit Holes” has proven to be a fake news article. Online radicalization and algorithmic rabbit holes are loaded terms, don’t really exist, and have no bearing or significant effect in the real world. It is instead a disguised outcry for being losers in the content war. The New York Times’ last hope is, unfortunately, to try and get the plug pulled on their competitors from the backend rather than facing them from the front end.

Grazemasque #wingnut

Grazemasque #wingnut deviantart.com

Well, this just goes to prove that being polite only gets you blocked. You simply can't explain science to a science denier. So I don't know whether my comment has been hidden, but I'll bet it has, which is why I'm displaying these screenshots here. The early comments "Hidden by Owner" were submitted by OnlyTheGhosts and I viewed them on his archived page before commenting.

Now Akrasiel bills herself as a professional writer, but when faced with careful logic and an explanation of scientific reason she is unable or unwilling to defend her position.

(Shows screenshots of the user Akrasiel blocking them with the message “I’m not interested in debating with climate change deniers. Goodbye.”)

Alas, poor Akrasiel could not find any honesty within herself, as she found the blocking routine more convenient.

Suzanne Genz Ianni #wingnut

Suzanne Genz Ianni #wingnut patch.com

During a recent social media debate on Natick's upcoming vote to change terms like "Board of Selectmen" to genderless terms like "Select Board," I was referred by a proponent as a "Redmen Forever tier townie." Aside from the failed attempt at a slight, I would like to thank that resident for bringing some intriguing parallels between the two issues to light.

The Word Police are Back in Massachusetts, particularly Natick. In 2007-2008, the issue was the "Redmen" name, because it was considered "offensive," and politically incorrect. This year, the gendered terms, "Board of Selectmen" and "Chairman" will be voted on in Town Meeting (Warrant Article 39), based on that same basic reasoning.

The parallels between the "Redmen" and "Board of Selectmen" issues are as follows:

When the Word Police first came to Natick, it was part of a nationwide whitewash of Native American Sports mascots, based on the belief that the mascots were a source of disrespect and racist insult to indigenous Americans. It was an extremely emotional time. By 2008, numerous Massachusetts school boards and committees had made the painful decision to swap decades of unifying and energizing tradition with years of indignation and whispered division.

Eleven years later, the Word Police are back. Although Warrant Article 39, specifically, does not elicit nearly the emotionality the "Redmen" issue did, there is a distinct commonality in the attitudes, behaviors, and intense emotional response by opposing sides to debates surrounding PC language regulations.

A rough definition for each of the following terms is required to understand the behavior of all the parties involved: the Word Police, the PC Crowd, and the Silent Majority.

The Word Police: A nationwide political activist movement, which tells us that words have oppressive power, and, therefore, the ability to violate human rights. It names/advocates for victim groups that theoretically suffer oppressive and harmful effects from certain verbiage. It follows that First Amendment freedoms must be forcibly limited to prevent oppression of said victims. It further lists acceptable replacement language, a form of speech conformity, that society must adopt.

The PC Crowd: This group includes the Word Police activists and a portion of people in the community who believe the Word Police, and push for language regulations, because they genuinely believe it's necessary to end cruelty. They are generally intelligent and educated. The majority of youth also gravitate to the PC crowd.

The Silent Majority: These are the people in town, who seldom buy into the claims of the Word Police, unless they believe the arguments are based in facts and common sense. They are reluctant to sacrifice their freedoms and long-held community traditions without a valid reason.

They know that serious issues with gender-based language issues are extremely rare, if they exist at all. The Silent Majority view such anxieties as personal issues, rather than a community responsibility. Members of this mostly Silent Majority are generally thoughtful, kind, intelligent, and educated. But, their dissent is unfairly vilified as ignorant, heartless, inflexible, and rude by members of the very vocal PC crowd.

Unfortunately, the Silent majority is perhaps not "rude" enough. In fact, they are far too polite to people who are steamrolling their freedoms with nasty vengeance. They back down very quickly: "Let someone else fight... I don't have time… I'm not political." An outspoken handful will, but even they eventually get discouraged, making the extra time, and taking all the flack for the do-nothing, lazy majority.

That may seem harsh criticism, but it's nothing compared to how the Word Police and even some of the well-meaning PC crowd in Natick have treated anyone who dissents to PC language change suggestions, past and current.

Many members of the PC Crowd feel justified in verbal attacks, ranging from passive-aggressive to aggressive. They feel they have a moral duty to vilify and silence dissent. Many are convinced that those who disagree with them are bad, lacking in enlightenment and even cognitive skills. Thus, dissenters should be discredited and intimidated into stillness.

Sadly, hostile attitudes are not limited to the PC crowd. They resonate on both sides of the political spectrum in these modern times, primarily due to the lack of one-on-one communication and the constant deluge of overly-biased information which leads to myopic thinking.

In short, neither side should be a side. Communication breakdown through intimidation and name-calling divides and harms communities. Any benefit to the "word victims," who may or may not exist, evaporates, and the entire effort is just not worth the permanent divisive scars left behind on towns, who yearn for greater cohesiveness.

Back to the parallels between the "Redmen" and "Board of Selectmen" name issues:

The "Redmen" tradition had been a part of Natick history for 52 years. "Board of Selectmen" is a 1633 New England term, that centuries later, became an office in Natick's town government. History is important. It tends to unite communities through a sense of mutual pride.

We have been told in both cases, that "Redmen" and "Board of Selectmen" are offensive, obsolete, and hurtful terms. Yet, neither term, in the history of its existence, had a single official complaint recorded.

In 2008, Two local Nipmuc Indians were on the committee that fought to keep the "Redmen" name. These Native Americans should have been seen as an authority on the subject, but their views were ignored.

Today, the vast majority of Natick women have never registered a problem with the name, "Board of Selectmen" and feel that gender-neutral language regulations are unnecessary PC nonsense. Will they be viewed as an authority on this issue, or will they, too, be ignored?

The "Redmen" proponents were labeled heartless, racist, ignorant "townies," too stubborn to make a sacrifice to make the obvious moral choice.

The same strategy and attitudes are being applied by the PC change crowd today. They just swapped out the "racist" label with "intolerant."

None of those negative labels accurately depicted the "Redmen Forever" majority. Nor, do they during this "gender-neutral" language debate.

Yes, the Word Police have become increasingly adept at silencing the majority. But, make no mistake. The anti-PC language crowd are the majority.

A final interesting parallel:

There was significant statewide peer pressure on Natick's School Committee to make the PC name change away from "Redmen," just as there's current political pressure on Natick's town government to follow the lead of 60 other Massachusetts towns, to "morally update" to gender-neutral language. How would it look if Natick didn't do the woke, inclusive, tolerant thing?

Despite a 2/3rds referendum in favor of keeping the "Redmen" name in 2008, was it the right thing to do in the long run? Would Natick be seen as a glaringly racist town of ignorant people that refused to make the change, or as a town that stood strong against a tough PC crowd?

Politically correct language issues are always radioactive. It's always more difficult to vote "no." No one wants to be viewed as intolerant, un-inclusive, and anti-victim. But, elective office is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly. Every language regulation takes a language freedom away from the people and imposes penalties for nonconformity. There was a time when we all considered such an idea un-American. The Article 39 gender-neutral language regulations, in particular, pose a very slippery slope to future laws that intimidate open speech and punish people for word violations.

Once we limit speech, the free flow of ideas is always the next casualty.

11 years after the "Redmen" name change, national polls indicate that 90% of Native Americans have no problem with Indian mascots used by schools and athletic organizations. The whole debacle was caused by a fad, based on erroneous, exaggerated information.

This unpopular push for gender-neutral language regulations appears very likely based on erroneous and severely exaggerated information as well.

It would be better if Natick and other towns did not go down this PC gender-neutrality rabbit hole.

shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist

shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist deviantart.com

I don't think I can add anymore to what Kneon said because he’s right, Marvel has made it it’s mission to attack the right, white people, and anyone who doesn’t agree with them and now it’s hurting Marvel. Karma is a bitch and honestly I’m glad this happened, they should’ve seen the writing in the wall when these far left people kept attacking fans who have criticism. How many people didn’t like lady Thor, Captain Marvel, Flacon as captain America, Asian hulk or American fucking Chavez! It’s funny to think that losing spider-man lit a fire in marvel’s ass and actually want success and not ass pats from people who won’t buy their shit anyway! It doesn’t matter what political side you’re on because money is money and Marvel wants that. Also comparing the far left to religious extremists is a really apt comparison XD

Various commenters #sexist #wingnut

Various commenters #sexist #wingnut dailymail.co.uk

(Various comments from the comment sections on the page titled “Men on the internet are becoming more extreme, toxic, and abusive, according to study that analyzed 38.4 million posts on Reddit and various men's rights forums”)

Douglas

Guess what happens when you keep branding a group of people with lies and hateful slogans. They get upset about it, they discover they are not the only ones, and they start to organise against the constant hatred. Then along comes an ignorant 'researcher' and discovers .. oh, look! These people are angry and resentful. Gosh, what a surprise, let's pile on more of the same instead of actually listening to them.

Skeindhu

There is nothing that women can do that men cannot do better except one , having a kid , but they cant do that without men so which is the better sex . Hypocrisy is a ingrained in humans but the females of the species take it to a whole new level.If true equality were possible the women should compete on a level playing field but their idea of " equality " is based on them having an advantage before they start. LOL:

username42

Mostly just banter. Men can say things and not mean any of it because words and feelings aren't real. A smack upside your face is real.

TheFutureisRight

'The Southern Poverty Law Center' Yes, right, Donald Trump needs to drain the swamp and the SPLC should be the first to go!

Ipdipdogsiht

MGTOW is in the name, men going their own way, by not being done over by women, MRAs are the men that have been screwed over by women and the courts

Mary Ann Mendoza #racist #wingnut

Mary Ann Mendoza #racist #wingnut usatoday.com

New York’s new law allowing illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses is part of a dangerous trend of lawmakers putting the interests of illegal immigrants over the safety and welfare of American citizens.

Thanks to so-called Green Light Laws, illegal immigrants can already obtain licenses in 13 states, as well as Washington, D.C., according to the National Conference of State Legislatures, and more states are jumping on the bandwagon.

These policies don't just help incentivize more illegal immigration — they risk creating more Angel Families like mine. Unfortunately, Democrats are becoming bolder about pushing such reckless policies, even introducing legislation in conservative states such as Texas. We can’t just resist this trend; we have to reverse it.

My life was changed forever on May 12, 2014, when an illegal immigrant killed my son, Mesa police Sgt. Brandon Mendoza in Arizona. Since that fateful night, I have committed my life to making sure that nobody goes through the pain and suffering my family — like other Angel Families — has had to endure. This is a danger American families should not be have to be exposed to.

Dangerous new laws
President Donald Trump has made tremendous progress, but Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill and in state capitals across the country are doing everything they can to obstruct his border security agenda, stymie enforcement of federal immigration laws and create incentives for even more people to enter our country illegally.

Running away all your life takes a toll:For undocumented immigrants, our enforcement policies drive a public mental health crisis

After New York implemented a law signed by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo that allows illegal immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses last month, Department of Motor Vehicles offices were flooded with applicants on the first day, turning an already tedious experience into an hours-long ordeal.

That same Dec. 16, across the Hudson River, the New Jersey Legislature voted to enact its own Green Light Law that not only grants illegal immigrants access to state identification, but might also enable them to vote, since New Jersey automatically registers people to vote when they apply for a driver’s license.

My son was killed on his way home from work by an illegal immigrant driver whose blood-alcohol content was three times the legal limit. The driver, who was also high on methamphetamine, sped down the highway in the wrong direction before crashing into my son’s car. He had multiple criminal convictions during his 20 years living illegally in America.

Mary Ann Mendoza and her son, Brandon Mendoza, in Hawaii in September 2013.
Now that New York has also implemented its misguided bail reform law, illegal immigrants who commit supposedly “nonviolent” crimes will find it even easier to escape incarceration and avoid facing justice than they did before.

There are real dangers associated with allowing people who have already demonstrated a willingness to violate our laws to enjoy driving privileges and obtain government identification — and they go far beyond road safety.

Giving illegal immigrants access to services ordinarily reserved for American citizens and legal residents not only increases the burden on taxpayers, it can also incentivize further illegal immigration, creating a self-reinforcing cycle of dependency.

Challenges to Trump's reforms
The Trump administration has worked to reduce those incentives at the federal level by authorizing more resources for immigration enforcement, building or planning to build hundreds of miles of border wall, and closing legal loopholes in our asylum policies that had been exploited.

Those efforts are paying off: The number of immigrants apprehended after attempting to enter illegally last month was only a third of those who were apprehended last spring.

Unfortunately, liberal lawmakers are just as determined to undermine the president’s agenda by hampering enforcement of federal immigration law.

Ring of truth:Do Democrats believe in open borders? By not enforcing immigration law, it looks that way.

Just recently, Washington state filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the practice of arresting illegal immigrants at state courthouses. Massachusetts had already filed a similar suit, resulting in a preliminary court order blocking federal law enforcement from arresting illegal immigrants at courthouses, though that ruling is being appealed.

The so-called sanctuary movement is an extension of the same warped mentality — prioritizing the convenience of illegal immigrants over the safety of American citizens — that led directly to my son’s death. The illegal immigrant who killed Brandon was arrested in 1994 on burglary and assault charges and was convicted of a conspiracy to commit burglary, but he skipped out on his court date. Even though he was a fugitive from justice, he was let back onto the streets in 2002 after he was apprehended and offered a plea deal.

Such leniency toward law breakers is not a form of compassion — quite the opposite. It’s a direct assault on the rule of law that puts innocent people at risk in order to protect violent criminals. Granting illegal immigrants access to government services and privileges such as driver’s licenses only exacerbates the problem

The outcome of these policies is as tragic as it is predictable. Democrats’ open-borders agenda will lead to more illegal immigrants, more crime — and more Angel Families.

Mary Ann Mendoza, an Angel Mom from Arizona, is a member of the Donald J. Trump for President Inc. advisory board. Follow her on Twitter @mamendoza480

Alabama News Network Staff #sexist #wingnut

Alabama News Network Staff #sexist #wingnut alabamanews.net

Alabama, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Tennessee have filed a motion to intervene in litigation over whether the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) can be slipped into the Constitution more than 40 years after the proposed amendment expired without the support needed to ratify it.

In December 2019, Alabama, Louisiana and South Dakota filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Archivist of the United States — the federal officer who oversees the ratification process for constitutional amendments — seeking to prevent him from illegally adding the long-failed ERA to the U.S. Constitution.

The following month, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel issued a detailed formal opinion agreeing with Alabama’s principal legal argument that the ERA expired in 1979.

Even so, three states — Illinois, Nevada and Virginia — have now sued the Archivist in federal district court in Washington, D.C., arguing that the ERA should now be ratified. In their view, even though Congress and the states understood in 1972 that the ERA would expire if 38 states did not ratify by 1979, that deadline is unenforceable. And even though five of the states needed to reach 38 changed their minds and rescinded their ratifications, those rescissions do not count.

Alabama, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Tennessee are intervening in that case to argue that the deadline for ratifying the ERA has long expired. The intervenor states will also explain why the decisions of the five states that rescinded their ratifications must be given effect.

“In 1972, Congress proposed the ERA to the U.S. Constitution and, critically, imposed a seven-year deadline for the necessary 38 states to approve the amendment,” said Attorney General Marshall. “After a period of intense national debate, the ERA fell eight states short. Only 35 states ratified, and five of those states — Idaho, Kentucky, Nebraska, South Dakota and Tennessee—reconsidered and rescinded their ratifications before the deadline. The seven-year deadline cannot simply be ignored; it was a key part of the bargain between Congress and the states. And states that chose to rescind their ratifications should not be counted when determining whether enough states agreed to alter our Constitution.

“If this constitutional bait-and-switch is successful, there will be dire consequences for the rule of law. The people had seven years to consider the ERA, and they rejected it. To sneak it into the Constitution through this illegal process would undermine the very basis for our constitutional order.

“The practical policy impacts of the ERA’s ratification are no less troubling. While Alabama and its fellow intervenors are firmly committed to equality, the ERA would not promote true equality, but rather a far-left agenda. In some states that have passed their own state-law versions of the ERA, courts have interpreted them to require taxpayers to fund abortions, to invalidate reasonable restrictions on abortion, and mandate that boys be allowed to compete in sports against girls. That is why groups like NARAL Pro-Choice America are pushing the ERA, for in their view, the ERA would guarantee a ‘constitutional right to abortion’ and ‘require judges to strike down anti-abortion laws.’

“There are some states who want to advance these policies, and they are free to do so through lawful political processes. But they are not free to illegally rewrite the Constitution by inserting a provision the American people long ago rejected.

“If activists want a new ERA, they should persuade their fellow Americans that it makes sense, then pass it through Congress and a new state ratification process. As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — a noted proponent of the ERA — recently stated, the ERA cannot be law unless it is ‘put back in the political hopper and we start over again collecting the necessary states to ratify it.’ Any other route would undermine the rule of law upon which we all depend.”

Jax1776 #wingnut #fundie #kinkshaming

Jax1776 #wingnut #fundie #kinkshaming deviantart.com

During my years active and before, I've noticed a lot of Double Standards committed by the left. All of them are aimed towards what we love, ranging from American traditions to entertainment such as Anime.

For example, it’s OK to attack Donald Trump with false evidence of crimes, yet ignore the crimes Obama has committed along with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

Threatening and degrading strong and accomplished Republican women like Melania Trump, Nikki Haley, and Elise Stefanik, while covering for evil and corrupt women like Clinton, AOC, and Nancy Pelosi

Making desecrating the American flag “legal” while making flags of tyrannical countries/terrorist groups, North Korea, Iran, Libya, ISIS, etc “illegal”.

Forcing people into changing heterosexual characters into homosexual characters while attacking the former of being “homophobic”.

Going after innocent people and accuse them of “rape” while the actual pedophiles and sexual predators get off scot-free.

Having female characters in anime, video games, fan-art, etc covered up while allowing male characters to go half-naked.

Fictional characters posing nude/swimwear is forbidden while vore, rape, quicksand, etc is allowed.

Attacking Political/Military Thriller stories (both actual & fan-made) as “Right-wing Propaganda” while promoting “Leftism” in stories.

Attacking our country as an authoritarian regime, while excusing the actions of Islamic dictatorships, foreign drug and human trafficking cartels, and the communist regime in China.

This only shows the hypocrisy committed by the Radical Left, using their tactic to attack both Conservative and Independent individuals while promoting their own ideas in entertainment and the mainstream media. We must stand up against them if we wish to be allowed to explore freely without any trouble.

Kajm #wingnut

Kajm #wingnut deviantart.com

Soylent Green was made in 1973. The premise was that, by 2022, we'd be eating people....

Well thanks to the likes of Greta and AOC, guess what?

'One of Ocasio-Cortez's constituents loses her mind over climate change during AOC's townhall, claims we only have a few months left: "We got to start eating babies! We don't have enough time! ... We have to get rid of the babies! ... We need to eat the babies!"'

Shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist

Shawntheimmortal942 #wingnut #racist deviantart.com

No, this isn’t a joke or a parody...these characters are real. For fucks sake, it’s one thing to try to take back insulting words but this ain’t the way, Fam! This looks like shit I’d write! Seriously with these names, “Safe space” and “Snowflake”!? Marvel needs to die because this shit is just...no. I think 2020 is the year all comics should just die...just put them out of our misery and just end it all.

Tinker B. #homophobia #wingnut

Tinker B. #homophobia #wingnut sitejabber.com

I Posted an Anti-LGBT Journal Entry Discussion

The homosexuals and baby little kids reported me for ONE SINGLE POST.

And next thing I know... the Feminist, SjW, Liberal " DeviantArt Staff" bans me!

Who are you to "indefinitely ban" my DeviantArt account!? My account has been banned for "Hate Speech". I do not want to be the person to remind you that "Hate Speech" is "Free Speech". It is under "The First Amendment of the United States Constitution". You are breaking the LAW of the United States by shutting my mouth! You don't have the right to shut down my account due to any kind of speech!

There was people bullying me and harrasing me in that account, just because they felt offended by my one single post ... yet; I bearly did anything wrong and I got BANNED. Please explain to me how that is possible.

There was an immense amount of spammers who went to my page to solely bully me; and I was the one who got BANNED!
"Me"!

Please change that unbelievable and unfair "faculty rule" of; (not allowing a certain type of speech).
If people do not like what I had to say: they do not have to repot me or blame me of being on the wrong. I did not cause a "real violation" or "a real threat". What the actual stupidity is this??!

I did not harrass anyone, I did not spam whatsoever on anybody's page like how they did to me. I was simply trying to change people's viewpoint through facts, and they all completely misinterpreted what I was trying to express.
And the "LIBERAL DeviantArt Account FAQ"
TERMINATED ME!!

Being against any act or having a differing opinion is NOT HATE.

I'm so sorry.. but claiming that; insulting anyone for anything is "hate" then you are hugging a whole new ballgame here. You are being unfair. Let people do what they please to do. If people blocking each other is not enough, then I do not know what to tell you. The people who reported me could have just blocked me and everything would have been fine. They could have MOVED ONE. Like how reasonable people do.

I do not understand why you have to go to the extreme, by banning people's accounts for the most insignificant of situations.

Just look at YouTube; they don't block people for expressing their stupid insignificant opinions and for insults. Everything is fine in YouTube. That's why YouTube is so successful!

If people disagree, let them. But don't shut anybody's mouth just because you don't think the same. "Hate Speech" falls under "Free Speech".. whether you like it or not DEVIANTART.

I thought this website was for expression. If you're not gonna allow all forms of expression... they why is it an art site?

I'm starting to think that DeviantArt is RUN by Feminists and SJWs and LGBTQs rstuvwxyz .. and Liberals.. and those weirdos that always say "Trump is not my president" when he literally is.

I give up on DeviantArt at this point.
DeviantArt literally turned into a website for babies in diapers! You can't say a single offensive joke because;

BAM! Your account is banned!

I miss the older DeviantArt.. the 2009 DeviantArt! where you could say , do and be free as a bird!

100% the people who Run DeviantArt are either all LGBTs or fat Feminists sitting behind a computer BANNING whoever they wish to ban.

DeviantArt is definitely the new Tumblr.
The site is truly run by SJWs and Political Correctness.

Oh you said what about the issue with Transgenders?
BANNED!

Oh you said you disagree with the LGBT Community?
BANNED!

Oh you posted a funny meme that 4 people found offensive?
BANNED!

It's not worth it.. Take all your art out.. And run while you still can! :(

Naga Pramod #wingnut

Naga Pramod #wingnut reclaimthenet.org

While the whole world is growing increasingly aware of the fact that WHO may have intentionally delayed informing people about the coronavirus outbreak and that China did the same, WIRED now acknowledges the whole fiasco but calls the accusations against the WHO a “right-wing Stunt”.

“A right-wing stunt to pin the blame for Covid-19 on the World Health Organization actually contains a useful notion. There is at least some reason to suspect that WHO knowingly and consequentially misled us,” tweeted WIRED, while attaching a link to an article penned by a WIRED “Ideas Contributor”.

The article says that right-wing politicians such as Sen. Rick Scott, who called an investigation into the WHO, usually condemned such “global governance” bodies to cut their funding.

“This is a familiar right-wing move: subject international institutions to scrutiny that, if all goes according to plan, can be used to justify cutting their funding. Then, as the script typically unfolds, global governance fans like me spring to the defense of these institutions.”

The article further states that the investigation into the WHO must not be conducted right now as the whole country as well as the WHO is vested in battling the pandemic.

What’s more, the article also reluctantly acknowledges the possibility of WHO mishandling the whole fiasco, despite publicly available information suggesting that WHO clearly did so.

Ironically, the article also references a now-infamous tweet by the WHO from January where the organization stated that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission of the virus.

“Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China,” tweeted the WHO.

Nonetheless, around the same time, several activists, doctors, and users on social media have spoken out, or at least attempted to, about the wide-scale infection and the number of people who were becoming bed-ridden as a result of the human-to-human transmission due to the virus.

Prince-riley #homophobia

Prince-riley #homophobia deviantart.com

Let me make one thing clear, i don't hate gay people i only don't support the community. I only support true gay people who are not crybabies SJW and doesn't need parades and stereotypes to be proud of themselves

The most important thing in a relationship whether its straight or gay is self love. That is one thing those type of people won't understand

The woman or male? above refused to accept the evidence i showed her, infact she doesn't even properly watch or read them. I would present more but she's too indenial to accept them

yourclairygodmother #transphobia #homophobia #sexist

yourclairygodmother #transphobia #homophobia #sexist deviantart.com

Know what's cute? Nitpicky and rude SJWs who think I care about their petty insults about comments I made months! I don't know if I should even bother with a video on these pathetic souls. Like I said: a lion doesn't concern herself with the opinions of sheep. Call me a transphobic, homophobic, sexists whatever; it doesn't matter because I know and my friends know that I am none of those things. You SJW hacks can't even be bothered to get to know the real me. (Mainly because you lack basic social skills.) It's sad that you think lies taken out of context are somehow going to ruin my life.

Abhishek Banerjee #wingnut

Abhishek Banerjee #wingnut opindia.com

A group of people starts destroying public property, attacking symbols of the state such as trains, railway lines and buses. Physically attacking security forces. Meanwhile, ‘liberals’ stand back, intellectualizing the violence. They say that the criminals have a cause which is sacred. So sacred that we should overlook their violent revolt against the state. They hunt for “heroes” among the malcontents, lionize them in cartoons, poems, songs and movies.

Sound familiar?

This is exactly what happens whenever there is a Naxal attack in the forests of Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh or Odisha. ‘Liberals’ say don’t look at the trail of destruction left behind. Instead admire the violent ones, sing songs with them, write poems about their valor. If you condemn the violence, that somehow makes you a terrible person who supports oppression of tribal people. Plus an imperialist and invader.

Now think about the ‘liberal’ reaction to what happened on the streets of Delhi or in Bengal the other day. Stones were pelted at police. Buses and trains were set on fire.

But the liberals saw nothing wrong with those who were trying to overrule Parliament with raw physical violence. Those poor dears! Bless them and their cause! If you condemn them, you are a terrible person who supports oppression of student voices. Plus a fascist and a Nazi.

The themes are strikingly similar. In both cases, ‘liberals’ intellectualize destruction of public property and attacks on security forces. This dangerous trend has now moved from Dantewada to Delhi.

I have always maintained that violence in forests of Jharkhand or Chhattisgarh is no different from violence anywhere else in the country. Sadly, ‘liberals’ were able to keep us on the defensive by guilt tripping us, by accusing us of being ‘outsiders’ with no understanding of the issues of people in the forest heartland.

Apparently, the only ‘insiders’ in those areas are the missionaries from all over the world and the ‘liberals’ from Delhi who swoop in to profile the poverty. They then sell those pictures in the US, Germany and Australia. For a hefty commission, they promise their foreign patrons that they will save the bodies (and the souls!) of the poor masses in India. That’s what makes them insiders and the rest of us outsiders.

But what now? Are we ‘outsiders’ in India’s metropolitan cities also? Will we fall for the guilt tripping and emotional blackmail here as well?

This is a test for all of us Indians. ‘Liberals’ are trying to hide their violent intentions under the garb of students. But, we’ve all been students. And no, burning buses is not on the syllabus. We can’t let ‘liberals’ get away with intellectualizing this.

We have to make sure of two things. One, put pressure on the state to come down *hard* upon criminal elements who may or may not claim to be students. Two, push ‘liberals’ to retreat from giving intellectual cover fire to violence. It doesn’t matter if they are Bollywood celebrities, public intellectuals or poets with sidey awards that nobody has heard of.

We have to demand that first of all, ‘liberals’ should come out in the public square and unequivocally condemn the violence. No ifs. No buts. Everything else is secondary.

Till yesterday, ‘liberals’ used to justify attacks on CRPF in Dantewada.

Today, ‘liberals’ are justifying attacks on police in Delhi.

Tomorrow, ‘liberals’ will justify genocide against us.

Oh wait, they already did. With Kashmiri Hindus. After the genocide, they will tell the survivors to grovel before their tormentors. They will say that ‘peace’ for the survivors depends on the goodwill of their oppressors. So it is the job of the survivors to prostrate before the Leftist-Islamist complex and beg for a right to breathe.

This will be our future unless we take a stand today. No more giving in to intellectual blackmail. No way.

Dr.-AX9 Esq. PhD #wingnut #fundie

Dr.-AX9 Esq. PhD #wingnut #fundie nj.com

(Comments collected from the comment sections by user Dr.-AX9, Esq., PhD)

“in god we trust. everyone else pay in cash. especially if your name is trump.”

“Did he try to do what God wanted from him, or did he do what he himself wanted to do? Theres also something else he did, he repented for doing things he knew to be wrong.”

“you can have that opinion. I think Trump is the right man at the right time. Fighting back against the Leftist Democrat Party is something he seems well suited for.”

“ I've never seen anyone bow down before him.
I'm sorry you are so blind in your hatred, at least we've found a bit of common ground there.”

“ Do you think the Leftist Democrat Party hates Pence any less?
The only difference there is Pence, likely, would not fight back the way Trump does.
Thats the main thing I like about Trump, on a more personal level, I really don't care much for the guy.”

“on that you are correct, he likely didn't hold much of a political ideology. In fact, prior to becoming president I would guess he didn't understand much the difference between right or leftwing ideology.
In any case, I do consider his governing to be in line with many conservative ideas and they've done a great deal of good.
Is there something in particular you don't like that he's done?”

“I believe in justice, the Left believes in things like social justice, eco justice, etc.
Where exactly is common ground to be found bridging those ideas?”

“The Left believes that a persons feelings determine the reality of them being considered a m or f, even under the law.
The right believes it is, except for rare cases, a binary and biological distinction and recognized as such under the law.

How do you bring both sides together in something like that?”

“ impose what exactly, that there are two genders?
Sorry, but I can't even discuss the subject here... the Leftists in charge don't like the language.”

“cross dressing used to be criminal behavior. I'm by no means saying it should be considered as such. Just pointing out another example of criminal being normalized.”

lithiumgirl #wingnut

lithiumgirl #wingnut dreamindemon.com

Okay so Kanye wants to talk gang banging and prison reform .. both are problems.


Who did you think could fix this ... Chelsea Clinton ... or even anyone like her ... Ivanka ?

Like neither of them could ... they got no insight.

Nicki Minaj probably could have made a contribution ... if she wasn't still such a hood rat ... and a pig .. and loving the incest, and

child molesters ... ok never mind ... lets scratch Nicki.

How come OBAMA didn't do this ... like so what jay and bey showed up at the ball ... but did they get anything done ?

NOPE ... typical Democrats !!!!!!

A long time ago a Priest, who is really intelligent and who has a doctorate in theology told me not to wonder if God or the Devil existed, but to

KNOW that good and evil does, and that I should know the difference and pick a side.

KANYE FOR PRESIDENT 2024 ... Jesus Walks !

Kim and Melania are going to be best friends ... Weed is going to be legal all over the USA ... Its really going to open things up!

Everyone is going to have the big smiles, and everything is fine !!!

Angry women out here calling me a RACIST ... well look who showed her true colours all GOB SMACKED. And loving it.

Everyone else is just going to shake their head, and listen to Kanye all day long. Yes they are.

Samira Sood #wingnut

Samira Sood #wingnut theprint.in

Picture this: You’re at a party with many people. Some are family, some are close friends, some are colleagues, some are friends of friends, some are school and college friends. There are all kinds of conversations going on. As it always happens, someone starts talking politics. Then someone finds the political chatter so abhorrent that they pick up a mic and announce that everyone present who supports X political party, should just shut up.

The better, classier, more constructive thing to do would be to either engage with the person you disagree with and try to understand, or extricate yourself from that conversation and move on.

Now, replace the party scenario with social media. You may not pick up the mic and shout literally, but many people see this kind of rude, aggressive, attention-seeking behaviour as perfectly kosher on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

I’ve lost count of the number of Facebook posts I’ve seen, especially in the last couple of months since the Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests took off, that say, “If you still support the BJP and Narendra Modi, please unfriend me now”, and frankly, I’m tired of it.

A bubble
There are two aspects to the act of unfriending, whether IRL (in real life) or online, that I find problematic. One is that sanitising one’s life/news feed/timeline to such an extent that it becomes an echo chamber is dangerous. Of course it’s tricky, because there are many factors that come into play here – how close you are to the other person, if you’ve tried to engage with them on politics in the past and failed, whether they have actually said anything problematic or just voted for a party you don’t like, and so on.

Maybe it’s a random college acquaintance, so you rationalise it as: “Well, we’re not even in touch except for birthdays, so why not just delete?” Maybe someone has repeatedly made remarks that displayed extreme bigotry.

But what if it’s neither? What if it’s your favourite uncle or your work bestie and what if they’re not saying anything hateful per se, but simply voicing their support for a party that they truly believe has done some good work, even if not in the same departments that you care about? What if they have the numbers to show for it, numbers that you, given your preference for an echo chamber, might not otherwise have seen? Would it not be worthwhile to understand why someone you love is politically so different from you? Would it not enhance your own understanding of India and the motivation of its people at the polling booth?

There can be many reasons why someone votes a certain way, but painting every BJP voter and Modi fan as a bigot who needs to be ‘cancelled’ seems counterproductive. This limitation of ‘liberals’ has clearly been proven in the last two Lok Sabha elections.


Just do it, without virtue-signalling
The second problem with unfriending is the performative virtue-signalling, which is very much an online problem. If, for whatever reason, you have decided that you would like to unfriend people based on their politics, then just go ahead and do it. What is the need to write a social media post telling them to unfriend you? They don’t seem to have a problem with your divergent views being on their news feed, but somehow you become the liberal darling because 73 people liked/loved your post and a dozen even shared it (they couldn’t even be bothered to write their own breakup note).

I asked someone close to me, who had recently asked pro-BJP people to unfriend her on Facebook, why she felt it was okay to put the onus of unfriending on other people. Her response was that she did not know exactly who on her friend list was pro-BJP and that she didn’t have the time to find out and delete multiple people, and that she was making it easy for them. To me, though, it came across as the opposite – when you do this, you’re making it easy for yourself. If you don’t even have the time to find out who the other person is, much less why they vote the way they do, but you want them out of your life, aren’t you doing liberalism a massive disservice? It gets enough flak in India as it is.

No one is born woke, just like no one is born a bigot. Everyone is learning, most people are trying. But the problem with so many liberals (and I count myself as a liberal too) is that in trying to out-woke and out-liberal each other, we are ending up with a fragmented liberalism that has no room for anyone who doesn’t have exactly the same views. And it is precisely this fragmentation that makes it so easy for the other side to exploit the cracks and push liberalism to the losing side.

menslady125 #fundie #wingnut

menslady125 #fundie #wingnut deviantart.com

With all this talk of people hating Trump like Hell and wanting to disrupt and riot at his inauguration ceremony tomorrow...not to mention commit terrorism by chaining transportation and murder by putting acid into air vents...I have this to say.

GROW UP! You haters are acting like children! Nobody did this when anyone else was elected President! I lived through Barack Obama! You'll live through Donald Trump!

AF Branco #wingnut

AF Branco #wingnut comicallyincorrect.com

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Transcript"An arm with "Education System" written on it, pouring red liquid from a bottle labeled "Socialism" with a sickle and hammer on it into a funnel of "Climate Change Agenda" into Greta Thunberg's head. While her holding a sign that reads "Youth for Climate Action"


It should be considered child abuse that our educators are indoctrinating and brainwashing our kids with extremist left-wing views in the name of saving the planet.

AvatarCat09 #wingnut #racist

AvatarCat09 #wingnut #racist deviantart.com

I'd like to put this here, not because I'm a Donald Trump supporter (which I am) but because I feel like putting it out there. As long as people are civil in the comments section, whether for or against Trump, it'll all be fine. I won't agree with all opinions, but I respect the right for anyone to say them.

Ever since Harry Potter author JK Rowling had tweeted about USA President Donald Trump "How horrible. Voldemort wasn't this bad", people kinda latched on to the idea that Trump is going to eradicate non-white people like Voldemort wanted to do with non-magical folks. But the thing is, it's not true at all. Trump wants to enforce the law of the land, protecting the country's borders from invaders, and improve the economy. Voldemort, on the other hand, was a bit of an anarchist, wanting to overthrow the wizarding government, spreading chaos, and persecuting anyone who isn't human or pureblooded wizards and witches. That sounds more like Adolf Hitler, though (even when Hitler wanted more government control over everyone as opposed to Voldemort).

Heck, the same thing happened in Warrior Cats, an ever expanding book series about feral cats (which I am a former fan of), concerning one of the main villains: Tigerstar. I'm not sure if one YouTuber started it or not (I won't say the name because I don't want anyone getting harassed over it), but some fans of Warriors (especially on the forum) started believing that Tigerstar is a "kitty Donald Trump", the former being a tyrant who tries getting revenge on his former Clanmates by wiping them out with a pack of dogs. When that didn't work, he merges two Clans together and holds a kangaroo court for cats that are half-Clan (cats born from cats of two different Clans), setting them up to die. Really, however, that doesn't sound at all like Trump, who focuses on the security and soverignty of the country. Moreover, what Tigerstar did sounds like he was more like either Hitler or Josef Stalin than Donald Trump. There's also a quote from Tigerstar in Forest of Secrets (12 years before 2016) saying "I would've made ThunderClan great", and some fans think that it makes him "kitty Donald Trump". Not every character that says "Make X great" is a villain or even Trump; some can actually be good guys/heroes.

This kind of thing is really annoying, really fast. Flat-out shoving political messages into anything not too political diminishes the meaning behind the book/movie/game/show (even beloved childhood stories) and adds unnecessary political messages to them. While I can see some of it coming from the right-wing, I've seen a lot more of it coming from the left-wing, which is why I'm more critical of the left-wing. It also causes people to put in as much political ideals into stuff like Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. as they want, diminishing actual meanings like good and evil, love and hate, truth, hope, faith, honor, and culture. Instead of all that, it'd be replaced by "this group of people deserves more hate" or "this politician sucks" or "let's brainwash the audience into believing what we believe".

So yeah, it's gotten pretty annoying. Whether anyone likes Donald Trump or hates him, he's not a perfect guy (heck, no one's perfect), but comparing him to fictional villains like Voldemort, Tigerstar, Darth Vader, etc. is pretty silly.

menslady125 #fundie #homophobia

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(Using an image of Martin Luther King Jr. with the words “I have a dream that one day people will know the difference between a phobia and expressing disapproval of something believed to be wrong.”)

Lately, it seems people can't express disapproval of something they don't stand for without being treated like a wuss. Just for example, you say "No. I don't support homosexuality." and some jerk says "You're a homophobe!"

People...a phobia is a fear caused by unpleasant experience. Expressing dislike of something is just that...it does not mean you're afraid. Okay?

Jon Miller #wingnut

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If you want firsthand experience of what it’s like to be discriminated against, all you have to do is put on a MAGA hat and walk down the street.

At best, you’ll get some dirty glares. You might be denied service, à la 1960s lunch counters. You might get your hat knocked off. At worst, you’ll get blamed for your own son’s death. That is what happened to BlazeTV host Eric Bolling while he was minding his own business recently at the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.

This pathetic excuse of a human being came up to Bolling and said, “Eric Bolling’s son killed himself because he was embarrassed by his dad,” according to the host. Eric’s son, Eric Chase Bolling, died in 2017 from an accidental drug overdose.

Video captured a man who appeared gleeful, even proud of what had just occurred. That is because Trump supporters are viewed by leftists as subhuman beings whose very existence makes them justifiable targets for physical or verbal assault.

At the time, Eric was hanging out with Hayden Williams, another Trump supporter who was recently punched in the face by an unhinged leftist at UC Berkeley due to his support for the president.

See the pattern? What’s worse is that these leftists pretend to be civil rights warriors while subjecting people to the same kind of disgusting, discriminatory behavior Republicans fought to end in the 1960s.

It used to be that discrimination was fast becoming a thing of the past. It would only pop up when shameless race-hustlers tried to make excuses for belligerent criminals like OJ while knowing full well race had nothing to do with it. When liberals tried to paint attacks on Obama’s Marxism as racist, I used to remind them, “I’m a black guy who grew up in the ’90s and I have never been discriminated against a day in my life. It’s not about Obama’s skin color. It’s about his crappy ideas!” But I can no longer say I’ve never been discriminated against, not because of my skin color but because of my political views. Then, of course, leftists try to turn it into a race issue by calling me racist names like “house n*gger” and “Uncle Tom” for having the wrong political views.

Nevertheless, because of these views, I can now say I know what it feels like to be persecuted. Recently, I went to order from a food truck with my friend Joel Patrick. Joel is a black Trump supporter who wears his support for the president not just on his sleeve, but on his head and his chest too, and we were essentially denied service. We waited for roughly 20 minutes while being completely ignored by everyone working there. I tried to give them the benefit of the doubt by assuming they were just busy, but the minute we walked away because they took an eternity to even acknowledge our existence, they gladly greeted the next customer who wasn’t in MAGA gear with prompt and friendly service.

If my grandmother were still alive, we would have been able to bond over how it feels to be denied service by Democrats.

I am fortunate that being denied service is the worst that’s happened to me, because, as Eric Bolling can attest, it could be a lot worse. Every week, it seems, there’s a new video of someone being harassed or assaulted because they dared to wear a MAGA hat out of the house.

Most notably, the Covington Catholic High School students were not just harassed, they were smeared by the national press. They were slandered by the media. They were sent death threats. People said they would bomb their school. All because they expressed support of the president.

Maddie Mueller (no relation to the man who sadly couldn’t deliver this weekend) is fighting her school because the administration actually tried to ban her from wearing a MAGA hat on campus. Gunnar Johansson’s family is trying to get to the bottom of what happened when his MAGA hat was yanked off of his head by a school bus aide. Logan Jones was suspended for wearing a MAGA sweatshirt and holding a Trump flag. A woman in Massachusetts was arrested for allegedly assaulting Bryton Turner, a man who dared to wear a MAGA hat to a Mexican restaurant. Even our elders aren’t spared. Just last month, an 81-year-old man was attacked for wearing his MAGA hat, and a 19-year-old was arrested for the assault.

What is happening here? It’s an epidemic. You cannot walk out of your house and be safe if you support the president. These leftists justify their actions by saying those who wear a MAGA hat may as well be members of the KKK. But it is actually those assaulting people in the streets and verbally tormenting them who more closely resemble the Klan.

History will not be kind to those who tried to take America several decades back into the past. And it will treat them particularly harshly because of the shockingly divisive hatred the Left is using to do it, all while shamelessly claiming the mantle of tolerance.

AvatarCat09 #wingnut #fundie

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It seems that people nowadays are trying to silence those who disagree with Antifa. I'm pretty sure that everyone now knows who Antifa are, but to those who don't, Antifa is this group claiming to fight fascism...by attacking people they deem to be fascist. They've been known to be a violent far-left group that came to the surface ever since President Donald Trump was sworn into office in 2017. While they attack those they deem fascist even if they disagree with them, the mainstream media (like CNN) seem hellbent on defending them when they should instead be called out. In summation, these "anti-fascists" are pretty much fascists themselves, no different from those they claim to hate.

Daily Editorials #wingnut

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There was a huge development in the world of politics this week. And it wasn't impeachment. Boris Johnson, a clone of President Donald Trump, and his Conservative Party, the Republicans of Britain, won in a landslide of epic proportions.

This is our canary in the coal mine. It's a surefire preview of what's to come in America next November.

I've been busy predicting a Johnson landslide in the United Kingdom on my national radio and TV shows for weeks. How did I know? Because U.K. liberals are clones of the loony, radical, America-hating socialists dominating the Democratic Party in the United States.

Britain often represents a look ahead to America's future. Back in 1979, Margaret Thatcher was elected British prime minister. Next came Ronald Reagan in the United States. Back in 2016, Brexit passed against all odds. Then came Trump's huge upset. Now conservatives have won a stunning landslide in the United Kingdom. Next up is Trump's reelection.

Trump campaigned on a simple message to middle-class Americans: "Make America Great Again." Johnson campaigned on a simple message aimed at the U.K. middle class: "Get Brexit Done." And, of course, Johnson is known for his wild, Trump-like personality and his penchant for saying offensive things. Obviously, it works — even an ocean away.

But the real lesson is that middle-class people don't want socialism or big government. Look at what Jeremy Corbyn and his Labour Party were trying to sell to the British people. See if it sounds familiar: the largest government expansion in history, with spending increases of more than 80 billion pounds annually; the demonization of the rich; the nationalization of water, the railroad, buses, mail and broadband companies — because, of course, government can do it better than the private sector; dramatically higher corporate taxes; and dramatically higher oil and gas taxes.

Other parts of the platform included much higher spending on the country's failing government-run health care system; a new tax on the superrich; higher inheritance taxes; a new tax on second homes; a new financial transactions tax on stock trading; open borders; promises of free stuff for everyone — free broadband internet, free shelter for the homeless; forcing landlords to sell homes to tenants at a "fair" price determined by government; massive spending on a U.K. version of the Green New Deal to combat climate change; and an end to Brexit — even though this is what the people voted for.

Sound familiar?

One more thing radical leftist Labour members had in common with today's Democrats: The Hollywood actors and elitist intellectuals of the United Kingdom all supported Labour and called conservative voters dumb and racist.

Not surprisingly, the British people destroyed Labour and handed Johnson a smashing victory. Working-class Brits abandoned Labour in droves. Conservatives won a key seat that Labour had held for almost 70 years. It was the biggest landslide since Thatcher in 1983. Conservatives dominate Parliament.

Europe's newspapers called it "an earthquake." Britain's currency, the pound, hit the highest level since May 2018 because investors celebrated the Trump-like future of the U.K. economy.

Just like in America, U.K. liberals and young people on social media are in shock — disgusted, angry and frothing at the mouth.

Trust me, it's all about to happen in the United States. The American people despise what Democrats are offering. A Trump landslide is coming.

Bob Kellogg #fundie

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In order to score political points with parents, a Democratic presidential hopeful wants to turn public schools into daycares.

Fox News reports Sen. Kamala Harris believes her proposal, the Family Friends Schools Act, would "reduce the burden of childcare on working families."

Christian author Janice Crouse, who is a former school teacher, says this is not a new idea of the Left but it's still a bad idea.

Crouse, Janice (CWA)"Having free time is necessary for kids,” she says. “And [if] you take that away, it's very detrimental to their learning.”

She says parents, and especially those who are Christians, should be greatly concerned about an extended school day.

"Anybody who reads what's happening,” she says, “would be extremely concerned about even more time for our children to be indoctrinated and more time for them to be influenced."

mrbill6ishere #fundie #wingnut

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History repeats itself quickly...
Apr 23, 2017

COGOLIN, France — Muslims preoccupy Jennifer Troin.

"I'm worried about my nieces having to wear the veil," said the soft-spoken 29-year-old.

This fear has helped propel the young mother to the far-right of the political spectrum ahead of key presidential elections Sunday — and into the arms of the hard-line National Front party.

Troin sells children's clothes at a store in Cogolin, a town of 11,000 a few miles from the jet-set resorts of the French Riviera. In 2014, Cogolin became one of a handful of communities nationwide to elect mayors from the National Front, which is also known by the acronym FN.

Troin told NBC News that it wasn't just the FN's stance on Islam and immigration that attracted her, but also the party's populist take on the economy.

But most of all, it was the party's charismatic leader, Marine Le Pen, who captured Troin's loyalty.

"She fights for women's rights against Islam," she said. "I vote because of Marine."

Troin is part of a quiet army of female National Front supporters, who could well tip the balance of the election and give the presidency to the hard-right.

An FN victory would rewrite the continent's political playbook, given the party's pledge to take France out of the European Union. Were it to win, it would not have been an easy ride for a movement that peaked in 2002 when founder Jean Mari Le Pen — Marine Le Pen's father — reached the second and final round of the presidential election.

French voters flocked to the polls in the runoff to ensure Le Pen did not win, instead electing former President Jacques Chirac with a resounding 78 percent of the vote. Most pollsters expect a similar outcome in May's second-round vote, predicting moderate voters to rally once again to shut out the FN.

But few doubt that the party's anti-immigrant and anti-establishment platform is resonating.

The Front's anti-Islamic message is especially potent in France, whose 4.7 million Muslims make up around 7.5 percent of the population. Islamist militant attacks have killed more than 230 people over two years and plunged the country into a long-term state of emergency.

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This anxiety deepened on the eve of the election after a gunman ambushed three Parisian police officers on the Champs-Elysees late Thursday, killing one and wounding two others. ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting and French President Francois Hollande said it was likely a terrorist attack.

Meanwhile, the FN's influence has spread from its heartlands along the Mediterranean coast and in the rust-belt north, into rural "forgotten" France.

'Marine is different'
Polling institute Elabe recently predicted that 22 percent of women would vote for the National Front in the first round Sunday — almost 5 percent more than in 2012.

With just days to go, polls show the race is tightening. Centrist Emmanuel Macron is edging his way ahead on 24 percent and Le Pen is a fraction behind on 22.5 percent, according to Bloomberg polling.

Just below them, hard-left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon has enjoyed a late surge and scandal-hit conservative Francois Fillon has hung in there despite a slew of allegations that he paid thousands of euros to his British-born wife for assistance she allegedly did not provide. A third of voters remain undecided.

Image: French far-right Front National leader Marine Le Pen is kissed by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen
Front National leader Marine Le Pen is kissed by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen after being re-elected as president of the party on Nov. 30, 2014. Laurent Cipriani / AP, file
The FN's ability to motivate French women could be decisive. Traditionally, it has struggled to attract female voters amid accusations of sexism, racism and anti-Semitism.

In its early years under Jean-Marie Le Pen, the party advocated a traditional image of women, opposed abortion rights and developed a reputation for a macho, strongman culture.

This bias showed. The FN was far less successful at attracting women than men. During Jean-Marie Le Pen' time in charge, around 12 percent of French women supported the party compared with 17 percent of men, according to Sciences Po Cevipof, a political institute based in Paris.

Marine Le Pen changed this.

Since taking over in 2011, she has softened the party's image, steering the FN away from some of its overtly anti-Semitic and racist rhetoric in an effort to broaden its electoral base. In 2015, she expelled her father after he repeated his view that the Holocaust was a "detail of history."

“Women understand Marine Le Pen — she’s divorced, she has three children, she works, she’s a modern woman.”
In the run up to the this year's election, Le Pen dropped her last name from campaign handouts, referring to herself simply as Marine.

More recently, she specifically targeted the female vote. She has published special pamphlets and a campaign video that describes her as a woman and a mother and shows her flicking through family photo albums. She has also changed the party's logo from a flame to a blue rose.

'Hitler-like figure'
For Troin, the children's clothes seller in Cogolin, her interest in the National Front has grown with Marine Le Pen's rise. While immigration, job security and her fear of Islam remained underlying motivators, she was also attracted to the party's re-brand.

For her, the former leader "was too outspoken, too offensive. He was a Hitler-like figure," Troin said. "But Marine is different."

In the last presidential election in 2012 — the first with Marine Le Pen as leader — the party's gender gap closed to 1.5 percentage points. It's what Cevipof professor and FN expert Nonna Mayer called the "Marine Le Pen effect."

The party has long advocated clamping down on immigration and securing borders, and throughout her campaign Le Pen has consistently made the country's Muslims a target.

Image: Marine Le Pen supporters cheer
Marine Le Pen supporters cheer at a rally in the southern city of Marseille on Wednesday. Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images
"In France we respect women, we don't beat them, we don't ask them to hide themselves behind a veil as if they were impure. We drink wine when we want, we can criticize religion and speak freely," she said during a rally Monday night, comments clearly aimed at Muslims.

During the rally, Le Pen pledged to suspend all visas from non-European migrants hoping to join their families in France — often code for immigrants from mainly Muslim North Africa and the Middle East.

After Thursday night's attack in Paris, she again singled out what she sees as the threat posed by Islam.

"It is a war in which there can be no retreat because all our population and all our territory are exposed," she said.

And for all her rebranding, Marine Le Pen can also fall back into the older, harsher style of messaging.

Cathy, a 50-year-old dental assistant who was shopping for groceries in Cogolin, said she was all set to vote FN but was taken aback by Le Pen's recent comments that the French were not to blame for the anti-Jewish policies of the government during the Nazi occupation in World War II.

Referring to the "Vel d'Hiv" roundup of Jews by French police in July 1942, in which nearly 13,000 were detained and deported to concentration camps, Le Pen told French radio earlier this month she thought France was "not responsible."

Cathy, who didn't want to be identified by her second name, said Le Pen's remarks had made her pause.

Others needed no time to reflect.

"The FN is xenophobic, racist and anti-feminist," said retired teacher Mireille Escarrat. "For me it feels like the 1930s. We're going backwards."

'I don't talk politics here'
Many of the National Front supporters interviewed by NBC News were reluctant to admit it, and others were concerned about being named.

"I don't talk politics here," a local woman said, having led the way into a backroom of her business in the town. The 60-year-old asked not to be named or for her business to be described because she felt that admitting her loyalty to the FN would damage her reputation.

"I wouldn't mind if it weren't for my business," she added, out of earshot of her customers. "But this is somewhere everyone can come whether you vote communist or for the right."

Even in this town — where 53 percent of the population voted FN in 2014 — voting Le Pen still carries a social stigma. There's no telling just how many closet female FN voters there may be.

The party's marriage of socialist economic policy and right-wing identity politics is working in the town, which sits in the FN's traditional southern heartland. With the decline of traditional industries and unemployment at 18 percent, locals worry Cogolin is being reduced to a seasonal economy dependent on rich resort communities.

Newly-converted women at the FN's regional headquarters in neighboring Sainte-Maxime said Sunday's election would be the first time they voted for the Front in a presidential race.

"We didn't vote for Jean-Marie Le Pen because he scared us," said Monique Guckert, 67, a retired shop assistant. "His ideas were too fascist, too racist. It was too much."

Even the FN mayor of Cogolin, Marc Etienne Lansade, admitted his mother would never have voted for Jean-Marie Le Pen.

"He drove her crazy," he said. "Women understand Marine Le Pen, she's divorced, she has three children, she works — she's a modern woman," he added, sitting in his second-floor office in the town hall.

Still, not all women appreciate Le Pen's message. On Monday, a topless protester carrying flowers charged the candidate during a rally northern Paris.

Le Pen does not try to make out that she is a feminist. Of her 144 manifesto pledges, only one addresses women's issues. In it, she promises to defend women's rights by fighting against Islam, implementing a plan for equal pay and combating social and job insecurity.

"She's a fake feminist," said Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, a political scientist and expert on women in politics at the University of Reims.

Asked if a Le Pen win would be a victory for women, she said that though symbolically "it would not be nothing." She said it would mean France is ready for a female president but would have elected one on a non-feminist agenda.

"It's a sort of paradox," she said.

menslady125 #fundie

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(An image with the following words)

"It bugs me when people are unnecessarily mean. Like, you didn't have to make that comment. You could have just kept your mouth shut and left that person not feeling bad about themselves. What do you gain from making someone else feel like shit? Nothing of substance. Maybe a fleeting moment of power but that's gone as soon as it comes so why? There’s enough unhappiness in the world without you adding to it."

I found this on Facebook, and I think I should share this on here because this stuff is WIDESPREAD on both this site and pretty much ALL OVER the internet...and it NEEDS to STOP.

LiebeLiveDeVille #wingnut

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This man is Tucker Carlson. He's an anchor on the conservative news station Fox News, and host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight". And as I type this, he is the victim of a hate crime. As I type this, an angry mob formed in front of his house and made the most vile threats imaginable. The hate mob, formed by Antifa, also vandalized his property and shouted him down, threatening to barge into his house and physically harm him. His story is just one of many high-profile doxxing cases regarding anchors from Fox News. Him, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, and many more have been doxxed by the radical left, and groups such as Antifa, which is the single biggest inciter of politically-motivated violence in America. Ironic, isn't it? A group that claims to be "anti-fascist", LITERALLY using violence to shut down and bully their opposition? That's textbook fascism. Antifa is like a modern counterpart of Hitler's "Brownshirts", a group of people who did these same exact things when the Nazis rose to power in the 1930s.

Doxxing is a disgusting practice, no matter what side of the spectrum it comes from. I offer my deepest and most sincere condolences to Mr. Carlson and his family, and you guys are in my prayers.

menslady125 #fundie

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Well, I'll tell you what it ISN'T: it is not the definitions that are listed in the picture.

Okay, gang. I think I should tell you. The Facebook people I get these from are a group called "Homosexuality is a Sin against God". They do NOT Bible thump...but they don't sugar coat, either. And there come times when they post something I just can't pass up sharing with you. Plus...they are perfectly okay with me doing so.

Anywho, 1 Corinthians 13 gives a great definition of love. But NOWHERE does it say to accept false religions, tolerate sin or false doctrines, refuse to rebuke and expose anyone, or to never offend anyone with the truth.

However, it DOES say "Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices in the truth." Wow! Well said!

Isaiah 5:20-21 - Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!

Proverbs 14:12 - There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.

(I guess I could also be posting this on behalf of our dear departed Billy Graham...wonderful man of God. Wouldn't you love to join him in Heaven someday? You can.)

menslady125 #fundie

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(from my friends on Facebook)

Don't be afraid to stand up for what's right, even if it means being called a "bigot" or "politically incorrect" or "judgemental" or losing friends or fame or whatever.

After all, are we now trying to please man or God? And shouldn't we be obeying God rather than men?

Am I saying Bible-thump? No.
Am I saying that if something is sinful, point out the bare fact that it is? Yes.
KJV
20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
21 Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!

***(Revelation 21:8)
KJV
8 But the FEARFUL, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.
***(EMPHASIS added)***

***(2 Timothy 1:7)
KJV
7 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

***(Proverbs 17:15)
KJV
15 He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemneth the just, even they both are abomination to the Lord.

***(1 Corinthians 6:9-10)
KJV
9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,
10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

***(Matthew 10:37-39)
KJV
37 He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.
38 And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.
39 He that findeth his life shall lose it: and he that loseth his life for my sake shall find it.

***(2 Corinthians 13:5)
KJV
5 Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?

***(Luke 14:27)
KJV
27 And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple.

***(1 John 4:18)
KJV
27 And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple.

***(1 Peter 1:14-16)
KJV
14 As obedient children, not fashioning yourselves according to the former lusts in your ignorance:
15 But as he which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation;
16 Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.

OnlyTheGhosts #wingnut

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The racism of the Leftist SJWs comes out in full, showing their true colours, their hatred of people based only on the colour of someone's skin.

One of the Youtube members commenting on the video stated a particularly true point; there are maybe tens of thousands of nasty racists among the neo-nazis and KKK, but there are MILLIONS of nasty racists among the Left.

As I've said many times, the modern "liberals" aren't liberals, they're fakes. They do everything the opposite of true liberal values. They're pro-segregation, obsessed with race, demand special privileges based on a person's sex, hate free speech, want to censor everyone else, are pro-war (when Trump called for the troops to be pulled-out of Syria, the Leftists were screaming that they wanted the USA troops to stay!), they're more violent (just look at what happens at university campuses in the West, and what these crazies are promoting with all their hatred and branding of everyone else who disagrees with them as "neonazis" or "far-right", etc.... The Leftists are the real haters!)

AvatarCat09 #wingnut #fundie

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NOTE: I'm not being hateful here, not in the slightest at all. Though I disagree with the LGBT and don't find myself supporting them, I do not hate anyone who's a part of it at all. I'm just noting what I've seen and experienced. So please read the description before you write whatever in the comments.

So here's a bit of background for me making this. I had been on the Warrior Cats forum last year, posting a thread that has my unpopular opinions on the Off-Topic Discussions page. Those opinions range from serious like "I support Donald Trump" or "I hate communism" to non-serious like "I'm fine with the live-action Garfield movies" and "I don't like ketchup and mustard". Everyone's having fun until someone brought up another serious unpopular opinion I have listed: I disagree with homosexuality. I didn't say it in a nasty way, just an unpopular opinion on there (though I think I should've explained myself more). It got ugly from there, two people saying I made that post to "be a bigot" and throwing in the "homophobe" card, one even saying that I was "covering up my homosexuality". I couldn't take it anymore, so overcome with a negative emotion at the moment, I said some words to them and left, and some replied with "You knew what you were getting into when you did that", though that was pretty much the first time I experienced the "homophobe" card. I came back later to apologize for losing my temper (while still keeping to my beliefs) and trying to be as polite as I could. Their response? It pretty much amounted to "I'm surprised that you're surprised that you're getting the hate" and "Glad you realized you're a homophobe".

And it's not just there. I've seen stuff across the Internet that glorifies the LGBT (or as I call it, the LGBTUVWXYZ) while demonizes Christians who disagree with them, lumping both normal Christians and extremists together. The more extreme people in this group keep preaching about love and tolerance, yet when someone even politely disagrees with them, they're very quick to slap the "homophobe" and "bigot" cards onto them. While there are indeed some hateful people out there that want to see LGBT people hurt or worse, this hatred thing is a two way street. It doesn't matter if it's straight against gay or gay against straight: blind hatred towards anyone is never any good.

As for my thoughts on LGBT and whatnot, I disagree with them (as I noted before). That doesn't mean that I hate them nor want to wish harm on them. Anyone can disagree with each other and still be polite about it.

JD Rucker #wingnut

JD Rucker #wingnut noqreport.com

We are on the cusp of a post-truth society because the radical progressives of America have already embraced its tenets. They thought they’d found their reality with the post-modern society that’s been a favorite for the left for decades, but in a post-modern society, absolute truth does not exist. In a post-truth society, absolute truth is personal truth, so whatever a person feels to be true is the only acceptable truth.

In a post-truth society, a man can be a woman if he/she feels so inclined. Illegal immigrants can be the same as legal immigrants because, well, they’re all immigrants, right? Racism can only work in one direction and anyone saying anything negative about Caucasians in general are incapable of being classified as racist. The post-truth society is radical progressive utopia.

Two of the hottest subjects being attacked by the hyper-leftists promoting their post-truth society are abortion and white supremacy. The abortion issue is arguably the clearest example of a post-truth mentality; a person in an early stage of development accepted by most scientists as a “life” can be arbitrarily murdered because the choice of the mother and the doctor hold primacy over a human’s right to exist. This is why the big push by progressives is to allow abortion survivors to die anyway in the hands of medical personnel who could save them.

As for white supremacy, the attacks from progressives aren’t actually engaged in ending it. The actions and goals of the left are to label as many conservative Americans as possible as white supremacists in an attempt to both shame them and make anyone leaning in that direction shy away for fear of being labeled. It’s a different aspect of their left’s post-truth gameplan than driving abortion, but it’s potent and diabolical nonetheless.

When you bring the two together, it’s not like the collision of chocolate and peanut butter that gave us peanut butter cups. It’s more like a collision between denial and falsehoods. But when popular progressive legal expert and Carl M. Loeb University Professor at the Harvard Law School Laurence Tribe brought them together, the result is actually comical.

“White Supremacists oppose abortion because they fear it’ll reduce the number of white infants and thus contribute to what they fear as non-white “replacement.” Never underestimate the way these issues and agendas are linked. This turns “intersectionality” on its head.”

I’m going to give him the benefit of the doubt and say he’s being satirical. But the Babylon Bee couldn’t have crafted a more ludicrous premise behind an argument, even as satire. It’s demonstrably false and if it’s not satire, it represents the unhinging of progressive concepts from rational thought.

Twitter let him have it…

The saddest part isn’t the idiocy of Laurence Tribe’s Tweet. It’s the fact that thousands of people have retweeted or liked it and the indoctrinated masses of radical progressives likely believe it to be true. The post-truth society is rising.

Rod Dreher #wingnut

Rod Dreher #wingnut theamericanconservative.com

Hundreds of “anti-hate” protesters took to the UC Berkeley campus tonight to protest Ann Coulter’s speech, and to try to prevent people from going in to hear her. Look at this:


Andy Ngo

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Left-wing protesters at @UCBerkeley form a human wall with linked arms to block others from entering the @AnnCoulter speech earlier tonight.

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Yes, it’s Berkeley, but you know as well as I do that if right-wingers were forming a human wall preventing people from going to hear a prominent left-wing speaker, it would be on all the national news outlets, and we would be talking about the Coming Crisis Of Fascism. But as it is, this is just another day in progressive America.

Seriously, what if a mob of white people at a major American university banded together to prevent people of color and their allies from going into a hall to hear Ta-Nehisi Coates speak? How do you think our media would frame it? They would report the hell out of it, and they should report the hell out of it, because a mob preventing anybody from going to hear someone speak is un-American, and a serious violation of our traditions. This should not happen in America, and especially not at a university.

But like I said: just another day in progressive America.

Here police have to escort students in who just want to hear a campus speaker. Otherwise, they might be beaten up by the mob of peace-loving progressives:


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Look — but better not play this at work. The enraged mob chants, “F–k Ann Coulter!”

Ann Coulter entering Wheeler Hall with escorts

Also: two helicopters above Berkeley pic.twitter.com/aYcBJjP7TP

— Марк (@not_mapk) November 21, 2019

What is it going to take to fight this? It’s so exasperating how little people in this country care about the fact that left-wing mobs are taking our liberties from us, and our political leaders — including Donald Trump — are doing nothing about it. Barely even talking about it. I honestly don’t get it. We should not be living in a country where people who want to go hear a speaker have to be protected by police simply to get into the hall. You know what this looks like?

That’s a History Channel screenshot of an image of the Little Rock 9, black high schoolers who, in order to exercise their constitutional right to go to class, had to be accompanied by, and protected from the racist mob by, US soldiers. It was a disgrace to this country — a different sort of disgrace, because it had to do with race hatred, but nevertheless a similar disgrace to what happens at Berkeley, in that a fanatical mob attempts to stop free people from going to hear a speaker of whom they disapprove.

We know that the US media do not care about things like this. Look at how quickly they sided with the mob against the Covington Catholic boys, simply because the boys were wearing MAGA hats, and (therefore) fit the left-wing narrative. But what about the rest of us? Why don’t the rest of us care? I’m not interested in hearing Ann Coulter speak, but I am very, very much interested in fighting the mob culture that seeks to shut down speakers like Ann Coulter, in part by howling curses at, and attempting to humiliate, Americans who are interested in what she has to say.

If you think this is going to stay in Berkeley, you’re mistaken. This mob action might not spread to places outside of the coasts, but here’s what’s going to happen: those young people who join the mobs, they are going to graduate and move into the institutions of American life. They are going to carry their militant illiberalism, including their contempt for free speech and open discourse, into those institutions, and are going to do their damnedest to institutionalize them. One thing I have learned from the past few months spent studying Soviet-bloc communism: watch the intellectual class. It is a very big mistake to think that what they say and do only matters in the shadow of the ivory tower. They are the ones who produce the ideas that are eventually spread through society. If you don’t care about this stuff when it happens now, on campuses, you had better prepare yourself to be made to care later, when graduates of these campuses are setting corporate policy, or serving as gatekeepers to the institutions you want your “deplorable” kids to get into. This is not a joke.

UPDATE:More “Watch The Intellectuals” news, this time from Syracuse University, which has been going through a spasm of alleged racist threats. Read on:

Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud told the university’s student senate on Wednesday that the latest episode of racist activity on campus was likely fake, following protests and criticism from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

“It was apparent that this rumor was probably a hoax, but that reality was not communicated clearly and rapidly enough to get ahead of escalating anxiety,” Syverud said Wednesday.

But:

At a campus forum later Wednesday, student protesters called for Syverud’s resignation and walked out when he wouldn’t promise to sign onto all their demands as written, according to news accounts. They marched to his house, chanting, “Sign or resign!”

On Thursday, Syverud announced he had signed on to “nearly all” of the demands, including mandatory diversity training for faculty and staff and $1 million to change the curriculum in order to better address diversity.

So, a likely hoaxer and his allies bullied the administration of this university into paying a million dollars to teach propaganda, and to compel teachers and staff to undergo political re-education. From what was likely a hoax.

Again and again: why aren’t Republicans talking about things like this every damn day?

UPDATE.2: A reader points to this passage from a local Berkeley paper’s story on the protest:

However, [UC Berkeley Police Chief Margo] Bennett said she was “sympathetic” to students concerned about the heavy presence of police in riot gear around Wheeler.

“I totally understand that,” she said. “We did messaging to impacted groups that felt the presence of police caused them anxiety.” [UC Berkeley spokesman Dan] Mogulof echoed Bennett. The concerns were “understandable on a lot of different levels,” he said. “We have work to do to continue to find ways we can accommodate profound differences of opinion. We believe we have met our obligations to both free speech and the rule of law, and to provide for the safety and well-being of students and campus guests,” he said. “Having said that, I understand that students are deeply disturbed and unsettled by someone whose views they deeply disagree with.” He said counseling and other services are always available to students.

Unbelievable. The authorities here — the police chief and the university spokesman — sympathize with the mobbed-up students whose fanaticism and violence required police presence so that a conservative speaker could address those who wanted to hear her. No wonder the First Amendment is losing. The authorities pity the tyrannical mob.

Of Wolves And Men #wingnut #sexist

Of Wolves And Men #wingnut #sexist wolvesandmen.wordpress.com

THOT AUDIT IS REAL THING.
November 25, 2018wolvesandmenHumor, Memes, Rant
Okay I’ve have a really hilarious day just continuously cracking up at #ThotAudit on twitter. THIS IS HOW THE INTERNET SHOULD BE!!!

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While I do think the whole thing has already played out there is always the possibility of a great army of white knights riding into the fray at the last moment and keeping the show going.

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This black knight take on the classic white knight meme is just pure genius.

Here’s a quick video explaining the whole thing.

Again this whole thing started out as a very small joke but then was quickly picked up by others and lead to a rush of quality memework.

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Still the great #ThotAudit has been a massive victory for the anons with SJWs scrambling to defend the poor oppressed titty streamers from the smelly gamer incel MAGA menace.

And if this ThotAudit thing spreads out it’s just going to get more entertaining.

Update : It did!

So’s here me making a sarcastic video because reasons.

Of Wolves And Men #wingnut

Of Wolves And Men #wingnut wolvesandmen.wordpress.com

Just playing around with voice acting and seeing what I can actually do with this tubey thingie,


O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous

and as dumb as they are wicked.

May their greed lead to their downfall

and their perversions be drawn into the light.

May I be allowed to keep winning*

and be victorious in Your name.

So that I may spread Your glory upon the Earth**

as it is in Heaven, amen.


*Some preachers will throw in ‘YUUUGGGGE” Here to which the congregation will response with “so much winning.” This is not believed to be part of the original prayer.

Kajm #wingnut

Kajm #wingnut deviantart.com

I've been saying this for a long time and the proof has come out in this election just past: the Left is all about FEAR.

In another person's journal here on DA I saw one example of it (and my apologies to that person for repeating it here without asking): One of his (her?) in-laws, apparently someone fairly young and indoctrinated in FEAR, stated that they believed a drone would be coming to put a bullet in her head the day Trump is inaugurated.

It seemed a bit much to me. I don't know. I've been saying for several years now that they are teaching children to live in FEAR of the weather. I expect the day to come when older, more informed people such as myself are making a stop somewhere along the road- and the Millennials who might be at that stop, are quaking in FEAR because of the light rain coming down outside- because a tornado might whip out of it and kill them all on the spot (despite the FACT that tornado numbers keep falling as the world warms- you kinda need COLD air masses to mix with the warm...). 'man-made' global warming, dontchaknow. Another FEAR tactic.

And I have noticed that since Trump won, the SJW types have gotten increasingly ugly in tone. I've blocked a whole series of the scum since the last two weeks. One had the courtesy to block me before-hand, because he knows I can blow away any argument he has to make- although most of his arguments consist of screaming the same things over and over and over and over and over and over and over- well you get the point. He doesn't know much and that is because the Elites have done quite well in dumbing down much of the Millennial generation.
My apologies to those Millennials who can actually think for themselves - you Know who you are. I talk to a lot of you.

In any case I wished to bring in a snippet of the following article from American Thinker, to back up what I have just been saying.

These things are Obvious to us. While they are completely Oblivious to them.

'Watching the Snowflakes Melt'

'Watching videos of SJWs, black, white and oh so very red, has struck me with something I hadn’t noticed before. Many of these poor kids are genuinely scared. We’ve been using the word “indoctrinated” for years, but seeing the results of the indoctrination on their faces is horrifying nevertheless. I came of age in the Reagan era. Liberal kids back then disliked Ronald Reagan, maybe even hated him -- but they didn’t think either his election or his reelection meant that they were going to die. Many of the current crop of snowflakes really do believe the end is nigh. They are dangerous in the way that cornered animals are dangerous -- well, at least they may be when they can manage to stop crying.

Facts, thank God, are facts. There is no serious question of who has the better grasp of reality here. The evidence that right and truth are on our side is overwhelming. The progressives themselves confirmed the authenticity of the Wikileaks emails on at least three occasions. We can point at DNC involvement in the rioting -- we have video. Progressives, on the other hand, have little but rhetoric and accusations. The sudden parade of women who claimed to have been molested by Donald Trump. The Muslim student who claimed to have been threatened on the street. The anonymous swastika spray-painted on a wall somewhere. Trump said occasional bad things. Hillary really did bad things. The saying and doing are different, at least in a sane world. However, if you are twenty years old, systematically educated to find reasons to be offended, and tucked into the comfortable safe space of your echo chamber -- then accusations are indistinguishable from truth. The suggestion that we should put the interests of the people who are already in America ahead of the interests of millions who, for whatever reason, want to come to America is indistinguishable, to snowflakes, from calling for the gunning down of children in the streets. These kids don’t assume the odd swastika they run across on the way to the vape shop is the work of a mildly anti-social but basically apolitical thirteen-year-old (the sort of people who have always scrawled graffiti on American walls and sidewalks) but imagine it the product of invisible neo-Nazi boogeymen. Yes, they are genuinely scared -- they have swallowed the big lie whole. While one may feel a certain human pity for their naivete, nobody who needs a puppy and a coloring book to staunch the flow of tears has any right to expect to be taken seriously by an adult. An inability to cope with a reality one doesn’t like is not a virtue – it is an indication of a precarious state of mental health.

All these kids have is the ridiculous, unhealthy, teletubby world that has been constructed for them by the media and the American educational system. They have been systematically brainwashed for political reasons -- a crime on such a scale there are hardly any words for it.

The Ugliness of the Left is going to get worse before it gets better- if it is EVER capable of getting better.

The next 8 years are going to be interesting to say the least.

OnlyTheGhosts #wingnut

OnlyTheGhosts #wingnut deviantart.com

When they can not back their crap, the Loony Leftists simply lie about people. Defaming without any evidence, how very typical NPC behaviour.

On this particular individual's profile page they have the following "I will block or report people who: -Leave hateful or rude comments" --- and of course, they leave hateful and rude comments about other people.

Balddog4 #transphobia

Balddog4 #transphobia deviantart.com

I know it's been a while since my last deviation. But this has been on my mind for a while.

I now work at Wal-Mart and I remember several months ago, I saw a young boy. Not a girl, a boy. Probably between the ages of 7-10 years of age. And he had on a skirt, pink flip-flops, lipstick, painted fingernails, the whole-nine yards. And my first thought process was, "What the hell, is wrong with his parents."

Now you might think me bad for thinking that, but there's a huge difference between being old enough to make your own decisions, and having your decisions being made for you. And that young boy, could be younger or older than I originally thought. I don't know. But the fact that he was dressed like a girl, proves to me that there's something wrong with the parents mentally. And they deserve CPS to intervene and take the children away from this couple. (The young boy had siblings.)

"Oh, Balddog, you are being sexist and homophobic because a young child wants to express his sexuality."

Let me get something straight here, puberty for males don't happen until around 13. Yes, for some it happens earlier, and others, later. But exploring sexuality is something that happens around 13, not 8. Most boys don't and shouldn't be thinking about, "I am sexually attractive to other boys, so I'm going to be transgender." That doesn't happen. And if it does happen, most likely it's due to the parents being complete assholes and purposely messing up their children sexuality.

It's just like my "Theybies" deviation. For parents to purposely state to their daughter, "Your a boy," and to their son, "your a girl" or basically tell them, "what gender do you want to live as, a boy or a girl." This isn't some video game where gender is optional and you can start over if you want. This is real life. These are children with real lives. And if you advocate in on wanting your children to transition to the opposite gender, just because they "want to," is a form of child abuse. And you deserve to get your asses put in jail. Cause the psychology of children isn't completely developed to the capacity of fully functioning until they reach their teenage years.

Even then teenagers are stupid, and are mentally challenged to some degree. But at least their lives won't be fucked up by the choices of the parents. No. They'll fuck up their own lives and have no one to blame but themselves. At least parents could live knowing that they gave their children guidance.

I'm done. For now.

OF Wolves and Men #wingnut

OF Wolves and Men #wingnut wolvesandmen.wordpress.com

The Alt*Hero Freestartr has reached its second stretch goal and currently stands at $56k.

https://freestartr.com/project/althero/

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Meanwhile the Great Ocean of Salty Tears and the unceasing REEEEEEs continue. Wolfie does indeed love him some schadenfreude. Although the constant shrieks as every wandering SJW first discovers Alt*Hero does make it hard to sleep.

“Alt*Hero is the kind of book we would have rejected at Previews. Man Kickstarter is the best & worst thing to happen to comics publishing.” — @Williambwest

“Questionable content never had painful body horror anatomy like this alt hero crap does” —@comixthomas

“If you’re donating to this Alt hero train wreck headed by Theodore Beale. I’m at a loss for words.” — @Jenniferjmedina

“Just found out the “Alt Hero” altright wank job comic is being written by Vox “A very sad puppy” Day. And I’m fuckin losing it.” — @DaiZDark

“Alt Hero is a racist wonder woman comic with a kickstarter. Onme of the stretch goals is they hire an artist who can draw hands.” — @EggerTWS

“Because remember folks: ‘Alt Hero’ can only be hero if the evil commies won. But at least the art sucks so, yanno perks!” —@RabbitThoughts

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Why look even the cucks are joining in.

Micah Curtis not a fan of Vox Day. Not sold on Alt*Hero [10min]


To be fair here, Micah is more sceptical and confused than anything. I suppose he has every right to be. To the absolute shock of Vox Populi’s regular readers it actually does seem possible to completely miss the entire point of Alt*Hero.

Alt*Hero is not just about the sweet salty tears of the butthurt Marvel soyboys

Alt*Hero is not just about the glorious “Fuck You” dance for the ages.

Alt*Hero is not just about raising T-Levels throughout an notoriously Low-T hobby.

Alt*Hero is not just about Gen X completely bypassing the Millennials and handing down a uniquely American artform to Generation Z.

Alt*Hero is not just about providing raw material for the legendary dwarven meme-smiths to forge into adamantium weapons of concentrated dankness.

But these are all very good things.

Alt*Hero is first and foremost a proof of concept.

We are going to make whatever we want. We are going to show everyone that the self-appointed gatekeepers are completely powerless to stop us. Then we are going to dance in the streets to the sound of their heads exploding. Then other people are going to follow behind us. Alt*Hero is also about the enormous wave of innovation and creative productivity that will follow in its wake.

This the culture war. We’re taking back our hobbies, we’re revitalizing Western Civilization. We’re bringing Truth and Beauty back to a world that desperately needs it.

The SJWs have fucked up the entire comic industry.

We’re just gonna have to un-fuck it, one thrust at a time.

While they watch us…

Good times ahead everyone.

—Wolfman Out—

Deus Vult!