Daily Archives: July 24, 2018

Feminazi Ends Like Hitler

One of the founders of the obscene Feminazi movement known as Femen has just died of what has all the appearance of suicide, including mini note of explanation, with words equivalent to “you are all fake”, photographing her fellow bitches in quite an accurate way.

Stupid children. Brainless spoiled brats. This is what these people are. Self-centred cretins thinking that the world should watch in awe at their tantrums, and getting the easy way out of the self-centred egomaniac foxhole they have dug for themselves when they see that the world looks at their tits when they show them, but does not care a dog’s Femen for them otherwise.

No idea how the witch managed to put an end to her tragically wasted existence. In theory, she might have had sufficient time to, by God’s grace, ask for forgiveness. In practice, this act of huge selfishness and war against everyone does not make such an event probable.

Frankly, I will not lose any sleep on this. God’s will be done.

Feminazi dead. Patriarchy alive.

M

Hoplophobia, Or: Make Language Great Again

Two Breitbart articles caught my attention yesterday, and seemed to me to indicate a shift in the way we, on the right side, use communication.

The first article was about a pitcher of the Milwaukee Brewers, of whom politically incorrect or offensive (Breitbart: “homophobic”) tweets had emerged. The man received a standing ovation upon entering the playing field. Boy, baseball does not do PC.

Even more on point, several commenters condemned the use of that stupid word, “homophobic”, used by Breitbart to say, well, “disgusted by faggotry”. Well done, and keep them coming. Enough with kow-towing to the language of the enemy. The enemy does not return the favour, either.

The second article was about the defence of the Second Amendment by a panel of (sane) federal judges, used by Breitbart as an example of how Trump’s excellent judicial appointment are changing the climate in the courts. The judges had used a term, “hoplophobia”, or the “irrational fear of arms”. Boy, this is brilliant. It takes the fight directly to the enemy’s camp, and uses their own weapons against them. And this does not come from activists or comedians, but from serious judges respecting the rule of law.

Hoplophobia.

Grand.

We need to say things as they are. We are done being afraid of “offending” others. Particularly when it is the others who do, or defend, or propagate disgusting and offensive behaviour.

Make Language Great Again.

The way you talk is the way you think, and the way you act.

M

Hoplophobia, Or: Make Language Great Again

Two Breitbart articles caught my attention yesterday, and seemed to me to indicate a shift in the way we, on the right side, use communication.

The first article was about a pitcher of the Milwaukee Brewers, of whom politically incorrect or offensive (Breitbart: “homophobic”) tweets had emerged. The man received a standing ovation upon entering the playing field. Boy, baseball does not do PC.

Even more on point, several commenters condemned the use of that stupid word, “homophobic”, used by Breitbart to say, well, “disgusted by faggotry”. Well done, and keep them coming. Enough with kow-towing to the language of the enemy. The enemy does not return the favour, either.

The second article was about the defence of the Second Amendment by a panel of (sane) federal judges, used by Breitbart as an example of how Trump’s excellent judicial appointment are changing the climate in the courts. The judges had used a term, “hoplophobia”, of the “irrational fear of arms”. Boy, this is brilliant. It takes the fight directly to the enemy’s camp, and uses their own weapons against them. And this does not come from activists or comedians, but from serious judges respecting the rule of law.

Hoplophobia.

Grand.

We need to say things as they are. We are done being afraid of “offending” others. Particularly when it is the others who do, or defend, or propagate disgusting and offensive behaviour.

Make Language Great Again.

The way you talk is the way you think, and the way you act.

M

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