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HomoCon Not Warmly Received by HuffPo Comment Drones

Posted by V the K at 8:49 pm - June 25, 2016.
Filed under: Gay Conservatives (Homocons)

Some fella wrote an “Hello, I’m Gay and Conservative” article for the left-wing Huffington Post Writer-Screwing website.  He gives the Blogfather a shoutout, which is nice. but the article itself is pretty much nothing that hasn’t been said here before. It’s interesting that one of his main points is that leftists can only think in terms of stereotypes and cliches, and he can’t have a dialogue with them because they are uninterested in hearing any opinion that isn’t in lockstep with their ideology. The comments from the HuffPo’s “tolerant and enlightened” lefty readership prove him right.

My experience with gay republicans are that they were not only raised in Christian households but politically charged ones. They were taught early on that being Christian means you are Republican and to go against Republican idealogy means you are going against God. I was like this when I was younger and struggled with deep internalized homophobia. Thankfully I got help and grew in my idea of God. You have to have some form of dislike for yourself and for people like you to support ideology that goes against you. [Yeah, the old “self-hating” cliche. They are *still* using that.]

Speaking of lame, tiresome cliches.

You’re trying to apologize for a politics very determinedly associated with hatred and oppression of gay people. Being gay might not define you – but supporting and enabling anti-gay bigots is MERELY pathetic. That would be why the “community” is uninterested in your voice – you’re trying to sell National Socialism to Jews.

BTW, did you know every Republican candidate has called for the extermination of gays?

Why would any gay person / American attach themselves to a party that had eighteen (?) presidential candidates align themselves with organizations that not only openly called for the deaths of gays but insist that Jews should not receive any rights under our constitution. 
We won’t get into what they think of Women, Blacks, Hispanics, etc, etc. 

Hey, it was said by a leftist homosexual ideologue on Huffington Post, so it must be true, right?

About half the comments to the article have been supportive; but they all came from conservatives.

“Not a Bad First Day of Freedom”

Posted by V the K at 5:00 pm - June 25, 2016.
Filed under: Politics abroad

Some of us thought the media’s apocalyptic coverage of the BREXIT vote was overblown.

I believe the last one may have been tongue-in-cheek.

But did you see *any* media outlet discuss the upside for Britons of leaving political union with Europe. I did not, and apparently there weren’t many covering that angle.

A politician of the UKIP presents an alternative view:

“A Prime Minister resigned. The pound plummeted. The FTSE 100 lost significant ground.

“But then the pound rallied past February levels. And the FTSE closed on a weekly high: 2.4 per cent up on last Friday, it’s best performance in four months.

“President Obama decided we wouldn’t be at the back of the queue after all and that our special relationship was still strong.

“The French President confirmed the Le Touquet agreement would stay in place.

“The President of the European Commission stated Brexit negations would be “orderly” and stressed the UK would continue to be a close partner of the EU.

“A big bank denied reports it would shift staff overseas. The CBI, vehemently anti-Brexit during the referendum campaign, stated British business was resilient and would adapt.

“Several countries outside the EU stated they wished to begin bilateral talks with the UK immediately.

“If this was the predicted apocalypse, well, it was a very British one. It was all over by teatime. Not a bad first day of freedom.”

As I checked the markets on Friday, there seemed to be nothing really happening aside from bankers throwing a temper-tantrum. As if bankers who have no qualms about dealing with the butchers of Beijing and Tehran are suddenly going to have trouble doing business with Englishmen.

 

Why the English Rejected European Rule

Posted by V the K at 9:36 am - June 25, 2016.
Filed under: Politics abroad

The BBC explains why it thinks BREXIT won. Let me save you the trouble: Remain ran an ineffective campaign and too many old farts voted out of nostalgia. And that’s actually a step up (or perhaps a refined version) of the “racism and xenophobia” excuse most of the left has embraced as the reason. And a very few sources have noted that British taxpayers have been paying £13 billion a year for the privilege of belonging to the EU and thinking maybe that money could be better spent to shore up their decrepit system of bureaucratized health care. The one thing that is almost never discussed is how undemocratic and dysfunctional the European Union actually is.

And even if the EU were a transparent and well-functioning democratic institution, there would be occasions (probably a lot of them) when the EU… through a transparent democratic process… would simply enact policies that favored the interests of Portuguese or Romanians over Britons. Germans were unhappy to be taxed to bail Greece, and even less happy to accept hundreds of thousands of “refugees,” but the EU demanded it as the cost of unity.

The media are acting as if the British have gone nutzoid and embraced BREXIT because they hate those stinky brown foreign people so much that they will sabotage their own economy just to send a message. The flaws of the EU are never discussed because the EU is pretty much the model for Progressive Transnational Government.

The ultimate goal of the Progressive Left is a borderless world where national identities have been brushed aside. They envision something like a Global version of the EU as the Government of this one-world utopia. There is little difference between an American socialist like Bernie Sanders and a Swedish socialist, a Chinese socialist, a Latin American socialist, a British Labourite, a French socialist… so it’s very easy when these types get together to imagine a borderless world governed by they themselves. And they also don’t see why anyone would ever disagree with their policies because they are so self-evidently right. But as BREXIT showed when the people they want to rule over are actually allowed to vote, they don’t want it.