So, for those of you who have been reading my blog (all five of you), it’s been established that the left is flat out evil.
A while ago…not even sure how long ago it was, but I wrote a post about actor Sebastian Stan and how he had fired his personal assistant, Netania Cortell, after his fans (particularly a Muslim teenager) threw an epic conniption fit over some posts she had made on her personal Facebook page.
They basically hounded him into firing her. If he hadn’t, they would have probably started up some psycho hate campaign against him. Not that I absolve him of what he did. Firing her over her personal political opinions was despicable and wrong. I understand why he did it, but it was still wrong and a shitty thing to do.
Now, I’ve kept an eye on him since, and several months after that, they started harassing this model he was supposedly dating because she made some Instagram posts his deranged fangirls deemed “racist.” Of course they were harmless. One of them even created an Instagram account solely dedicated to calling the both of them racist. Fortunately, that account has been deleted. There were a couple of blogs on Tumblr solely dedicated to talking shit about the decisions he made in his life, from who he dated to how he acted at conventions, etc. At least one of those Tumblr blogs is gone.
So now they’re losing their shit because he didn’t express support for Black Lives Matter quickly enough. I know he made a post about the current situation, and I responded to it because that’s just me, but even that isn’t good enough for them, I guess. Now his fans are losing their minds all across social media because he hasn’t prostrated himself often enough or soon enough.
Part of me does feel a little bad for him, but a bigger part of me thinks that, well, this is what happens when you let your fans bully you into doing things.
He never should have given in to that stupid Musloid girl and her supporters. Since he did, his fans now feel bold enough to dictate who he can date and when he ought to speak out on current issues.
The Federalist had a good post about how so many celebs waited until Blackout Tuesday to even say anything about the current situation because a lot of them are scared and don’t know what to say. I can empathize with that.
I look at the situation, and it’s insane. I can understand why someone might want to protest or say something on social media regarding an event they feel is unjust, like George Floyd’s death. Or the Ahmaud Arbery shooting. That’s one thing. Marching on city hall or the police department. Asking questions on Twitter or Facebook. Sending email or making phone calls to their local or state representatives. You know, constructive, non-violent stuff. I am sure a lot of these celebs are totally down with that.
What I suspect a lot of them are not down with, regardless of what they’ve said in public, is the looting and vandalism. And now it’s not just the destruction of property – people are now getting killed at the hands of these protesters.
We’re all raised to believe that violence is wrong. That’s probably a lot of people’s knee-jerk reactions – burning down Auto Zone is wrong. Driving a forklift into Best Buy to steal some smartphones is wrong. Beating the shit out of some kid to the point he fucking dies simply because he tried to defend his business is wrong.
But they can’t say that. They can’t say that because the media has everyone thinking that the protesters are all peaceful and that the violence comes from evil white supremacist groups out to make Black Lives Matter look bad, when a cursory browse of Twitter would show that the media’s narrative is complete and total bullshit.
But you want to keep your job, so what do you do? Enter the absolute easiest way to show solidarity with the movement without saying much or making too much of a commitment. Enter the stupid Blackout Tuesday square as seen on Instagram. Hell, even my relatives took part in it!
As for Sebastian, he made his bed, and now he’s got to lie in it. If I could, I’d recommend he read Vox Day’s SJWs Always Lie. You never, ever apologize to these people. He’ll probably apologize, though. He can’t help himself, just like his peers in Hollywood.