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Karma’s a bitch, isn’t it

Karma’s a bitch, isn’t it

Okay, so I should have done more research on Mastodon. It’s a fascinating network, of which is called a Fediverse, and is made up of multiple servers called instances. The content posted on the instances within the Fediverse are all brought together, making it a decentralized version of Twitter.

It is also a very, very far-left dominated network. So far-left that Wil Wheaton, douchebag extraordinaire, was hounded there for being anti-trans and anti-LGBT (even though he is neither) and was eventually suspended there.

This was after he left Twitter for being full of hate and because Twitter still hasn’t banned Alex Jones.

He claims he has never endured such raging vitriol before in his life.

Well, Willy…WELCOME TO OUR WORLD, DOUCHENOZZLE!

That’s life on a regular basis for a conservative. You know, those horrible people that voted for President Shitler, as you call him. That’s us, every fucking day. He can dish it, but he clearly can’t take it.

People over at Mastodon shouldn’t have spread that lie, and they shouldn’t have harassed him like that, but I don’t really feel all that bad for him. Oh well. He won’t stop being a raging asshole to conservatives. He’ll continue to sail along through life, insulated from the misery we endure not by his skin color, but by his political affiliation. Yes, he is privileged because he’s a leftist. He’s privileged because he is a feminist. And for the first time in his life, he’s run into people much more pure than he is. WOW.

If being amused by this makes me a bad person, so be it. My well of sympathy is nearly dry. I am absolutely sick of people lying about conservatives, Republicans, libertarians and alt-righters.

You can read more about this issue here.

Who’s got power again?

Who’s got power again?

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EDIT:  Turns out that the Instagram post I embedded did not have his comment.  I have updated the post to show the one that does, but there’s 600+ comments as of this edit, and I still don’t have time to find it.

So I have had a huge crush on the actor Sebastian Stan. I was looking him up on Tumblr when I discovered something that I found a little interesting.

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Now the comment by itself wouldn’t be so bad, but it was what the Tumblrina said that kind of worried me. I thought to myself, “Oh god, he’s not another one of those psycho nutjob leftist like his buddy and Captain America co-star Chris Evans, is he?”

Well, not quite. But this whole thing kind of stank, given the language of the Tumblrina and all.  Check it out below:

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So, his personal assistant, Natania Cortell is, apparently, a Trump supporter, and was very, very vocal about it on Facebook. According to his (crazy SJW) fans, Natania is a racist and an Islamophobe, based on what she posted to her personal Facebook page.

I found the screenshots of her apparent evilness and while yes, she’s pretty conservative and is – or was – not apologetic about it, she was not racist or even “Islamphobic” and I’ll get into that in a minute.

But, as you can see, his crazy assed fans brought it to his attention and basically smeared him as a racist too, simply because he didn’t fire her fast enough or didn’t speak out quickly enough. He’s probably still doing press for Avengers: Infinity War, depending on when this happened, so of course, he can’t get to it right away.

But here’s one post another Tumblrina made, basically smearing him as a racist simply because A) he associated with a wretched Trump supporter, and B) he’s white, and therefore cannot be trusted.

I am going to paste the entire post, and bold the insane parts (well, all of it is insane, but this is especially insane):

“I have been trying to stan the guy since I joined the Marvel fandom and for a long time, I thought he was, at the very least, a relatively unproblematic guy. I loved Bucky Barnes, I loved the Cap movies, and fuck, I thought Sebastian Stan was super hot. I should have known better to put a white man on any kind of pedestal. I was disappointed originally, but now I’m just angry. Because he knows what’s up now. There is absolutely no way he doesn’t know. And based on the overall silence and attempts to “distract” his fanbase, he doesn’t seem keen on addressing the issue. For all the people telling me that he’s not the one that’s racist, I don’t care. If he’s friends with and choosing to employ someone who is openly Islamophobic, then he is too by association. You have to be in an insane place of privilege to not care about the values of people who work for you when those values are at the expense of entire communities of people. It’s insulting to his fans to keep her around, knowing that his fanbase largely consists of poc with various religious backgrounds, namely Muslim people. For those of you telling me “he can’t just fire her right now/he needs her/he’s busy working”, I’m not really buying it. I’ll give it to you that maybe there are some contractual things that I’m not aware about that may stop him from firing her right away, idk. But don’t tell me she’s invaluable because, quite frankly, she’s not. Also working is not an excuse. Addressing things like this is part of his job. Stop coddling him; he’s a grown man with responsibilities to his fanbase, the people that allow him to continue to work. That being said, I’m still maybe naively giving him the benefit of the doubt and waiting for him to do something. If he ignores it, if he continues to employ her, I no longer feel comfortable running a Sebastian Stan blog.”

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The bit about him being white and not putting white people on a pedestal…that’s just insane.  First of all, why put any of these people on a pedestal?  They’re just human, like the rest of us. How can he even want people like that as his fans? His skin color has nothing to do with anything. He’s not even American for fuck’s sake! He was born in Romania and came to the US when he was twelve! No, he nor his ancestors had anything to do with slavery you morons!

I obviously don’t know him, but I think it’s kind of sad he fired someone he knew and worked with so closely for so long. Thing is, if he wanted to keep his career, he had no choice. Once the mob found her Facebook posts and started posting them around, it was either fire her and denounce her or be blacklisted in Hollywood. Those cunts would have made sure of that.

So, who’s got power again? It certainly isn’t any Trump supporter. Not when you can lose your job over speaking your fucking mind.

I believe this is the post that contained his comment and a buttload of salty fangirl tears. As of this writing, there’s over six hundred comments. I’m not going through all of them. Life is too short, but here it is if you want to take a crack at it.  I believe his response is in there somewhere.

Now, let’s examine the evidence.  I got these screenshots from here (archive).

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We’re human beings, you know.

We’re human beings, you know.

Photo by Nonsap Visuals on Unsplash

So, I feel as if someone lit a firecracker beneath me or something, because wow.  I am irritated.  I have been, dare I say, triggered.  I am not proud of being triggered, but unlike the left, I will try to be more constructive about it.  Hence this post.

Earlier this morning I came across this very interesting article at the New York Post entitled “This pro-America book could buck the left-wing YA trend” and it’s about a new book called Camp Valor, by Scott McEwan and Hof Williams.  It sounds pretty good and I’ll have to keep an eye out for it.  The article is pretty even and unbiased.  I discovered it at a YA subreddit that had quite a few comments, but I didn’t bother to look at those since I figured it would only piss me off.  Conservatives are generally unwelcome on Reddit, except for a handful of subreddits.

So it got me thinking about a book I read several years ago (eight years ago to be exact…thanks, Goodreads) called How Not to be Popular by Jennifer Ziegler.  It’s about a girl with hippies for parents.  She’s tired of moving around, because just when she’s getting settled, she has to move.  I totally understand that, because I moved around as a kid too.  So her plan is to do whatever it takes to be unpopular so that she doesn’t make any attachments.  It does not go well, and she ends up with friends and even a boyfriend who happens to be a Republican.

And, to my utter astonishment, her boyfriend Jack is a well-rounded character who challenges her.  He’s not a silly cartoon character (at some point I think he says he’s not a Republican but he never seemed liberal either).  He’s not some stupid anti-Christian stereotype.  He’s a real person, and I appreciated that so much.

So I looked it up on GoodReads.  I read through some of the reviews, looking for the inevitable liberal whine about how the Republican character wasn’t demonized or whatever, and I did indeed find that.  I updated my review with the following:

“I read this a long time ago, and just thought of it now. I’m surprised my rating is so low, but this book stayed with me for one reason: the Young Republican character is an actual human being, and not a cartoonish villain. This is incredibly rare in literature.

Thank you, author, for treating us Republicans like human beings.

And if you want to talk about appalling hypocrisy, let’s talk about how you climate change nutjobs continue to use resources and technology that’s (supposedly) killing the planet. Do you know how many gallons of water it takes to generate the electricity you use to spew your silly nonsense? If you really cared, you’d get rid of your computer and go live in the wilderness, but you don’t, because it’s all a bunch of nonsense.

Or, we can also talk about how nonviolent you all are, yet you dump urine on people you disagree with you whack your opponents in the head with bike locks, you express your desire to see a twelve year old boy locked in a cage full of pedophiles…but you’d better not criticize how the Obama girls are dressed at an official event! That’s racist.

I could spend the next four hundred years going on about how utterly hypocritical the left is, but I won’t live that long, and this text box will only accept so many characters. But, again, I’d like to thank the author for writing an actual story and not two hundred pages of bullshit liberal talking points.”

I was so angry at this one reviewer mentioning the hoary old canard about “Republican” hypocrisy that I just had to make a post.

I was going to address the points the idiot reviewer made, but I don’t want to now.  I have already covered this whole hypocrisy thing anyway.

Don’t Make Me Laugh

Don’t Make Me Laugh

To be honest, I can’t really laugh at this.  So, the director of the film Desire has gone on record defending the scene, claiming that the mothers of the two actresses were on set when it was filmed, and that the girls didn’t know what they were doing, exactly.  There is even, supposedly, a “making of” program showing how the scene was filmed.

I had wanted to bring this up in the earlier post, but didn’t want to edit it, as I’d have to edit the Medium post too, and I’m lazy.  I am not proud of that.  Perhaps it worked out for the best.

This is the director’s statement, copied from Variety’s article:

“Despair” is a film. When we see a shark eating a woman on film, no one thinks the woman really died or that the shark was real. We work in a world of fiction; and, for me, before being a director comes being a father.

Of course this scene was filmed using a trick, which was that the girls were copying a cowboy scene from a film by John Ford. The girls never understood what they were doing, they were just copying what they were seeing on the screen. No adult interacted with the girls, other than the child acting coach. Everything was done under the careful surveillance of the girls’ mothers. Because I knew this scene might cause some controversy at some point, there is “Making Of” footage of the filming of the entire scene.

Everything works inside the spectators’ heads, and how you think this scene was filmed will depend on your level of depravity.”

Oh, so WE’RE the depraved ones!  You have a little girl riding a pillow in a very, very sexual manner and we’re depraved for pointing it out?  Why the fuck is this scene in the film anyway, if you’re so fucking virtuous?

And pardon me, but I think this guy is full of shit.  How do we know the girls were ignorant of what they’re doing?  I am not about to track down the “making of” feature for this film, because I don’t even want to watch that.

I also love how Variety just had to point out that Megan Fox, one of the first to report this issue, is a “conservative” commentator.

Anyway, it doesn’t matter if they knew what they were doing or not.  The fact remains is that the director coached them into doing this, and filmed it.  Even more horrifying – their mothers allegedly watched this happen and said nothing.  A lot of sexually abused children end up doing stuff while not understanding what it is they’re doing.  That doesn’t absolve the abusers.

Netflix isn’t doing anything, and the mainstream media is still largely ignoring the issue.  Of course.

Since the r/pizzagate subreddit was banned, people have moved over to Voat.  There’s some interesting discussion in two different threads:

Diego Kaplan defending Netflix and his film ‘Desire’
Netflix under investigation for streaming disturbing child pornography scenes

Kiddie porn? In my Netflix?

Kiddie porn? In my Netflix?

This has been a story for a couple of days, and it has gone just as you would expect it to have gone. Leftists ignore it, and those that don’t ignore it (a tiny minority) claim that there’s nothing wrong with it. People who call themselves right-wingers are saying that this is a nothingburger, and that we’re all a bunch of hopeless prudes, because children are sexual beings, doncha know?

I am, of course, talking about a film called Desire. It is available on Netflix for US users. Allegedly, the film’s opening scene depicts a very young girl — ten or eleven years old — riding a pillow as if it were a horse, and having an orgasm, of which sparks concern in her sister, who calls for her mother. In context, it’s supposed to be the depiction of a girl’s very first orgasm, it’s supposed to be “accidental” and is there for comic relief.

Even in this context, this scene is flat out disgusting. Sure, there’s probably worse, but we can’t brush this off simply because there’s worse. Uh, that’s a problem. A huge problem. If people had raised a fuss when these worse films were released, perhaps there wouldn’t be a problem today. But no, none of you perverted clowns breathed a word about films like Pretty Baby and Blue Lagoon, presumably because you didn’t want to be labeled a prude. As if there were something bad about being a prude. I’ve never understood that. I’d rather be a prude than a whore. Prudes generally don’t have STDs. I’m not interested in having gonorrhea or syphilis.

So, this film is called Desire in the US, and its original title is Desearás al hombre de tu hermana. It is from Argentina, and these Central and South American countries (including Mexico) seem to be more…comfortable with very young children being sexualized. The synopsis is pretty simple:

“Lucía and Ofelia, two sisters, finally meet after 7 years at Lucia’s wedding. But when Juan, Lucia’s husband, and Ofelia meet, they feel like a disruptive fantasy have enchanted their minds and bodies…”

I tried looking for the names and profiles of the actresses that played the young sisters in the infamous scene, and they aren’t listed on the IMdb page.

This reminds me of another film I watched a few years ago, called Towelhead. It is a film about some girl from the Middle East moving in with her father (who is from the Middle East; her mother is white and they’re divorced). She ends up having a very disturbing and abusive relationship with the US Army soldier living on her street. In one scene, she’s in the soldier’s house (she is kind of friends with his son, I think) and ends up looking at his porn collection. She fantasizes about being the girls she sees in his nudie magazines; she crosses her legs and moves in such a way that she ends up stimulating herself, and has an orgasm. The character is supposed to be fourteen or something, but the actress that played her was over the age of eighteen at the time that scene was shot, so nobody got up in arms over that.

I wanted to know if the actress in question was of age. Unfortunately, the IMDb page doesn’t even show them as being credited. I don’t know what the age of consent is in Argentina, and I don’t even know the actress’s name. Okay, I just looked it up at Wikipedia (I know) and this is what they had to say about it (there are no citations there, by the way):

“In Argentina, the age at which there are no restrictions for sexual activities is 18[citation needed], regardless of gender or sexual orientation[citation needed].”

You can read the rest here.

I have not watched the scene in question and I do not want to. I do have a Netflix account, and I did look it up to see if it was still there. The film is still there. It was released last year, by the way, so the young girls in the scene would only be a year or two older than they were when it was shot, depending on when the scene was shot. I first heard of this at PJ Media, of which has a screenshot from the scene, but their faces are obscured. You can see it here. I don’t even like looking at that screenshot. I have absolutely no desire to watch the scene or the whole film.

If this is legal in Argentina, that’s one thing. The film can just “stay” there. But here, that’s another story. I think the scene should be removed. Based on what I know of the film’s story, it is unnecessary anyway. The story can be told without it. Removing it wouldn’t change anything.

We shouldn’t be okay with this shit. We really shouldn’t, but even those supposedly on the right think it’s no big deal. We’re just prudes because the notion of a fucking ten year old child riding a pillow like a seasoned porn star squicks us out. Well, excuse the fuck out of me for having standards.

I’m Not Dead

I’m Not Dead

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So I clearly haven’t been keeping up with this blog lately, and for that I am sorry.  A lot of things have happened that I wanted to comment on, but didn’t.  There are two reasons for that – one, depression, and two, not having enough to say about whichever topic.

Things have been extraordinarily rough for me this past month, but I am managing to get through it.

I am also still hard at work on my novel, but it’s kind of a train wreck right now.

Two things I want to comment on, briefly, before ending this post.  One, the situation with Tommy Robinson is very scary.  I know, he had gotten himself into trouble previously and some asshole judge took it upon himself to exploit that to ensure that the British public remain in the dark about the Muslim rape gangs menacing innocent British girls.  The UK has no death penalty, but since the Muslims in their prisons are bloodthirsty maniacs, there’s a good possibility that Mr. Robinson may die in prison, and at their hands.  After all, some guy went to prison for leaving a bacon sandwich outside a mosque, and halfway into his one-year sentence he was found dead in his cell.  That’s insane, by the way, going to fucking prison for leaving a bacon sandwich anywhere for any reason.  So it’s okay to insult Christians but it’s not okay to insult Muslims?  I hate the left’s bullshit double standards.

Which brings me to the situation with Roseanne.  I didn’t watch her rebooted show, but I am sad it’s been cancelled.  I personally did not find her tweet offensive.  I hate Valerie Jarrett and I’d have far nastier things to say about that…that thing, but whatever.  And all Roseanne did was insult Valerie Jarrett, not all black people.  Furthermore, she apologized and deleted the tweet, and seemed rather sincere about it, given that she told people to refrain from defending her and that we shouldn’t boycott ABC over their decision to cancel her show.  In a normal world full of sane people, the apology would be accepted and perhaps her pay would be docked or something.  Now not only is she out of a job, but her castmates, who were totally innocent, are out of a job too.  Once again, the left’s double-standards are at play here, because people can say nasty things about the President, his wife, their kids, the Vice President, and the White House press secretary and get awarded their own Netflix show and whatever else, but talk shit about that bitch Valerie Jarrett and they wage holy jihad against you.

I fucking hate double standards.  Leftists are the absolute worst hypocrites on Earth.

Still Against Abortion, Regardless of What You Think

Still Against Abortion, Regardless of What You Think

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I was browsing around the Internet and somehow found myself on the official website of a South African dance group that I listened to twenty years ago.  Predictably, the female member is totally pro abortion.  The page in question is here, and you’ll have to scroll down to see her comments on abortion, since she doesn’t know how to blog, I guess.

She has a questionnaire for those of us who are pro-life.  I do not call myself pro-life because I am not against the death penalty.  I am strictly anti-abortion, because it is the ending of an innocent life.

Oh, and before she demanded that all pro-lifers answer this questionnaire, she had this to say about abortion:

“I do feel that abortion is the ending of a life, rather than just a medical event. And, I am totally pro free, safe abortion for anyone who asks.

Okay, here is the questionnaire, and my answers.

1) How many ‘unwanted’ children have you adopted?

I have not adopted any children as of yet, because I am not financially capable of caring for a child.  I would like to adopt someday, however.  I feel that this is responsible.  If I were to fall pregnant, I would, however, have the child and I would probably raise the child myself.  Adopting is not like going to the store and purchasing an item.  Adopting in the US is apparently very expensive.  I can barely pay my student loans.  I certainly cannot afford to pay adoption fees.
2) How many children have you fostered?

See previous question.  I am not financially able to care for anyone but myself, unfortunately.  Deliberately fostering a child or adopting a child when I have so much debt would be irresponsible.
3) How many single teenage mothers who are not blood relatives have you taken into your home for a full year or more?

I don’t know any personally. I also don’t own a home, and I live with someone else.  It would be up to them as to whether or not I could take in a single teenage mother.  If I did own a home, I would.  I might not be able to pay for a lot of her expenses, but I’d let her live in my home for a year and try to help her get on her feet, or finish school.
4) How many hours per week do you spend volunteering at a facility for abused/abandoned children?

How many hours per week do you spend volunteering anywhere?  You’re awfully self-righteous.

I work for a living.  That’s my contribution.
5) What percentage of your annual income do you routinely donate to facilities for abused/abandoned children?

What percentage of your annual income do you routinely donate to any facility for anything whatsoever?  Tell me where you’ve volunteered and how much you’ve donated.  And it has to be for abused/abandoned children, not some abortion organization.  If you care so much about children, focus on helping children that are already alive, and stop focusing on killing innocent children.

All of this is irrelevant, because, as you just said, abortion is taking a life.  Absolutely nothing justifies taking a life short of murder.

I don’t like not being financially able to adopt children.  I am not proud of it.  But it’s reality.  I make sure I don’t get pregnant, and I don’t engage in any activity that might result in a pregnancy because right now, I cannot afford kids.  That’s the smart thing to do.  If you can’t afford contraception, you should refrain from any activity that might result in pregnancy.  That’s the smart thing to do.  But feminists like you are not interested in doing the smart thing.  Instead, you think with your cunt.

She finishes off with this:

Unless they can answer at least “one” (or more) to at least one (or more) of these five questions, as far as I am concerned they are not actually ‘pro-life’ but merely pro their own self-righteousness, and would be doing the world a great favour if they just went home and picked their noses instead.”

Sorry, but no.  You don’t get to tell me what to do, unless you’re interested in paying off all my student loans.  Then I might shut up about politics…maybe.  No guarantees.  Besides, I answered them, so therefore I have the right to speak up.

This woman, called Levannah, is just as self-righteous as she thinks pro-lifers are.  Perhaps more.  She expects us all to take in all the orphans of the world, regardless of our ability to actually care for them, simply because she’s fucking hooked on the “make them live up to their own rules” Alinsky tactic.

Besides, these arguments have no bearing on whether or not abortion is bad.  Instead, it’s nothing more than a logical fallacy – an ad hominem attack, an appeal to motive.  Instead of debating the merits of abortion, you attack your opponent.  Your logic is literally as follows:  “abortion must be good because pro-lifers are hypocrites who don’t care about the children we couldn’t kill in the womb.  They don’t care about those children because they don’t adopt all of them.”

But you yourself said that abortion is the taking of a life.  Whether I have adopted children or not does not change the fact that abortion is the taking of a life, nor does it have any impact on the validity of abortion whatsoever.

Plenty of pro-lifers have taken in the so-called ‘unwanted’ of the world.  She’d know that if she did any research whatsoever.

Oh, and one more thing. I used an image of a black baby because black babies are being slaughtered by Planned Parenthood, an organization founded by Margaret Sanger, who was, to put it bluntly, a racist bitch.  There are literally less black people in the United States thanks to Planned Parenthood.  No, I will never, ever, EVER fucking support Planned Parenthood nor will I ever support abortion.

To reiterate:  if you “feel” that abortion is taking a life, then your questions are complete and utter bullshit, and do not justify the taking of that life.  Call me self-righteous all you want.  I’ll just call you a selfish, genocidal murderer because that is precisely what you are.  I’ll take being self-righteous over that any day.

Whitey must always be the bad guy

Whitey must always be the bad guy

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Well, well, well.  I guess Keira Drake’s (revised) novel will finally released this month.  I’ve been trying to get the “racist” copy of the novel but to no avail.  However, the Washington Post has published a little bit of the original, and compared it with the revised version in their report on the drama involving The Continent, Keira Drake’s debut novel.

First of all, let me state that I really cannot stand the Washington Post’s page design.  The quotes are blurred or obscured and are revealed as I scroll, then are obscured again as they scroll out of view.  Stupid.  The article, “How Keira Drake rewrote The Continent is quite revealing.  I would have posted an archive.is link, but the Washington Post are staffed full of assholes.  Rest assured, I made a PDF copy of the article and I sent it to my Kindle, AND I made an ePub copy of it thanks to an extension called dotepub, so I have several copies now, in case they change something or delete it or – and this is far likelier – put it behind a paywall.  Hey, you never know.

I’ve written about this before, and I am not sure if I actually predicted that this would happen, but I know I thought to myself, “they’re gonna make the bad guys white.”  And they did.

So it was never really about racism, it was about how brown people are always victims and never the victimizers.  If the antagonists being brown skinned is racist, how is changing them to be white people any less racist?  The notion that making a group of people the antagonists is somehow racist is utterly absurd anyway.

The author not only made the bad guys white and the good tribe brown, but also made the main character mixed race so as to avoid the white savior trope or the dark-skinned aggressor trope.

Okay, so let me get this straight – we’re not allowed to stereotype “marginalized” people.  But we are allowed to stereotype white people.  From where I sit, that’s still fucking racist.  Let me repeat that in bold:  that’s still fucking racist.

The author and the publishers fail by their own standards.  They just rearranged the deck chairs on the Titanic, but the ship is still fucking sinking.  It’s still racist by their flimsy, idiotic standards.

Oh, wait, that’s incorrect.  They’re racist by any intelligent person’s standards.  They are absolved of their racism due to the idiotic notion that only people in “power” can be racist.  This notion that black people or whoever don’t have any “institutional power” is complete bullshit and they know it.

This sorry situation only makes me that much more determined to self-publish my novel.  I’m having a hell of a time editing it because as of right now, it’s well over 300,000 words.  I cringe every time I think about it.  I am also angry with myself because the antagonist alien race in my novel are tall white humanoids.  However, I’m going to leave it like that, and when you read the novel, you’ll know why.  I promise, you’ll love it, especially given the Weinstein affair.

I still have her book preordered, although I could have sworn it said it would be released next year, not this year.  It might have been a glitch on GoodReads or something, because I remember looking at it and seeing the 2019 release date and going, “damn, they pushed it forward a third time?  Why not just cancel it and be done with it?”

Let this be a lesson for everyone – the SJWs will never be satisfied.  Never.  There’s no point in pleasing them – you’re only wasting your time.

EDIT:  Unf, there’s MORE!  The Vulture has republished an article (archive.is) originally published in the New York Magazine and it also has more information.  Also, more utter bullcrap so it really deserves its own post.  I might fisk it.  Oh, and some Native Americans (archive.is) are still not happy with the revised version.  As I said, they will never, ever be satisfied.

Islamic Terrorism Is Real, Just So You Know

Islamic Terrorism Is Real, Just So You Know

So, according to the left, Islamic terrorism isn’t real. Or acknowledging it is Islamo-hatred or Islamophobia.

This wretched slop of shit hosted at the Daily Beast (I used an archive link, so they don’t get any revenue, and in case the piece is deleted) accuses Pamela Geller of being an Islam-hating beeotch, or something, and takes great pains to inform you of her social-media darling daughters.

I had no idea she even had daughters. Yes, apparently her daughters are all very active on social media (mostly Instagram) and are pretty successful…and none of them even so much as mention their connection to Pamela Geller in passing. Her daughters avoid mentioning any association with her, and they never appear with her in pictures.

The author of that stupid post obviously wants to believe it’s because the girls are embarrassed to have Pamela Geller for a mother, and that they vehemently disagree with her politics. Then the author cites the handful of political posts the girls have made, and it’s pretty obvious that they’re at least moderately right-wing.

Interestingly enough, the author never mentions this one simple fact: Pamela Geller, regardless of how you feel about her activism, has gotten death threats for the things she’s said and done. I don’t care what you think of her politics – she does not deserve death threats, and she’s gotten plenty of them. She even wrote a book about it – it’s called Fatwa: Hunted in America and was published by Milo Yiannopolous’s Dangerous Books.

So it’s no surprise that Geller and her daughters avoid associating with each other in public. If anything, it might very well have been Geller’s idea, if only to protect her daughters from getting death threats, or god forbid being kidnapped by ISIS and tortured or killed for propaganda purposes.

I bet the bitch hag author knows this, and decided to publish the names and account handles of Geller’s daughters solely so some ISIS bastard can kidnap one of them and teach that Islam-hating Geller a lesson or two. That’s how these scumbags roll, after all.

Oh, and it gets worse. According to Fox News, they lost the online talk show they used to have. And, predictably, the scumbag leftists have been harassing them on Twitter and Instagram. You can see some of the tweets at Breitbart. Why the left gets to pull this shit and get away with it is utterly beyond me. It also makes me so fucking angry.

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Sheep.  That’s all they want in Hollywood.

So the left is whining about Taylor Swift’s alleged “aggressive whiteness” and the reason she is so “aggressively” white is because she has, so far, not denounced Trump.  Info Wars has a story on this, if you want to read it.

As Alex Jones said, it’s like the music industry – and the entertainment industry as a whole – is a creepy cult.  Just a few years ago celebrities weren’t required to pay tribute to leftist orthodoxy.  One could be apolitical and it would be fine.  Now, however, that isn’t the case.  Your very silence is tacit support for Trump.

Gee, weren’t they whining about Bush’s “if you’re not with us, you’re against us” line from several years ago?  And now here they are, practicing the same damn thing in believing that if you aren’t calling Trump an orange baboon barbarian neanderthal, you must be a supporter who hates blacks and Mexicans and wamen or whatever.  Yes, I said “wamen” because at this point, that’s what feminists are – whiny women.  (Handy definition of the word ‘wamen’)

The entertainment industry is the propaganda arm of the Democrat party and the globalists around the world.  They’re all enraged that Hillary didn’t become the first female president, and they’ve been lashing out at everyone and everything.  They’ve adopted the stark black/white morality that they used to hate so much.  If you aren’t with Hillary/Democrats/globalists/progressves then you are evil, even if you don’t express explicit support for the dreaded ‘other’ (in this case, Trump, the alt right and the Republicans).

Taylor Swift clearly doesn’t care, as she’s still hugely successful anyway.  Most of her peers in the industry are smart enough to leave her alone about it.  Perhaps they know her views on politics.  She’s too successful for them to jettison her out of their circle just yet.  I also think she’s probably a leftist or a centrist, but that she doesn’t harbor the insane hatred most of Hollywood has for anyone that isn’t exactly like them.  She used to be friends with Lena Dunham, called herself a feminist in the past and last year she tweeted support for the stupid Women’s March, but did not attend.  She didn’t attend this year, nor did she even bother to mention it, which has the feminazi wamen all in a tizzy.

She also has a lot of weird fans that like to pretend that she’s some secret Nazi or white supremacist, and they make memes of her dressed up as a Nazi or something.  She has no real control over her fanbase – nobody does, really – so I don’t understand why she is at fault for what some randoms on the Internet do.  Nothing she has said or done has indicated that she’s a neo-Nazi or white supremacist.  She also hasn’t said anything to indicate that she’s a right-winger or a Trump supporter.  She just doesn’t talk about politics.

The left loves bragging about the amount of celebrities they “have” on their “side” as if that meant anything at all.  Hint:  it doesn’t.  In fact, it’s even more meaningless now that they’re openly hounding a pop singer into spouting their (empty, bullshit) rhetoric.  It’s obvious that a lot of this whole FUCK REPUBLICANS AND CHRISTIANS AND STRAIGHT WHITE MALES AND TRUMP REEEEEE garbage is nothing more than virtue signaling on the part of celebtards who wish to retain their fame and fortune.  Half of them probably don’t give a shit one way or the other, but have to repeat the mantra in order to keep their careers.

That says it all, really.