Sunday, February 21, 2016

Five Malcolm X quotes to use against SJWs

opposing identitarianism

"I have made sweeping indictments of all white people. I will never be guilty of that again." —Malcolm X

"I totally reject Elijah Muhammad's racist philosophy, which he has labeled 'Islam' only to fool and misuse gullible people." —Malcolm X

"We must approach the problem as humans first, and whatever else we are second." —Malcolm X

"I believe in recognizing every human being as a human being, neither white, black, brown nor red." —Malcolm X

in support of civility

"Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery." —Malcolm X

These quotes are from Dear liberals, please stop appropriating Malcolm X.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Free speech is racist and transphobic

The intolerant student Left has even turned on me – a lifelong civil rights campaigner - Telegraph

Saturday, February 13, 2016

An identitarian feminist joke

Sunday, February 7, 2016

This cartoon applies to many things, including the creation of SJWs

This is why you should do your best to pity SJWs and remember that many of them will someday be sorry for the things they did that they believed were promoting justice.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

The “Bernie Bros” Narrative: a Cheap Campaign Tactic Masquerading as Journalism and Social Activism

From The “Bernie Bros” Narrative: a Cheap Campaign Tactic Masquerading as Journalism and Social Activism by Glenn Greenwald:
It’s become such an all-purpose, handy pro-Clinton smear that even consummate, actual “bros” for whom the term was originally coined — straight guys who act with entitlement and aggression, such as Paul Krugman — are now reflexively (and unironically) applying it to anyone who speaks ill of Hillary Clinton, even when they know nothing else about the people they’re smearing, including their gender, age, or sexual orientation. Thus, a male policy analyst who criticized Sanders’ health care plan “is getting the Bernie Bro treatment,” sneered Krugman. Unfortunately for the New York Times Bro, that analyst, Charles Gaba, said in response that he’s “really not comfortable with [Krugman’s] referring to die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters as ‘Bernie Bros'” because it “implies that only college-age men support Sen. Sanders, which obviously isn’t the case.”