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Murderous Ideologies and Absolute Power

Posted by V the K at 10:28 pm - September 1, 2016.
Filed under: Ideas & Trends

A Long Read, but very worthwhile. It is not only an insight into the psychology behind the atrocities of Stalin, but also to the impulse that facilitated those atrocities.

 Soviet Marxism rejected the very concept of human rights. Leninist ideology instructed one to think of classes, not humanity. What race was to Nazis, class was to Bolsheviks, and class origin, like race, was not something one chose. People born into bourgeois, noble, or kulak families had no more right to life than Jews or Gypsies did to Nazis.

Substitute the word “privilege” for class and you can hear the echoes of this impulse in the rhetoric of the Social Justice Left of today. The American left has tacitly rejected the very concept of human rights as being bequeathed by God and substituted the idea that rights are granted (and hence can be taken away) by the State. Free Speech, to the American Left, is no a basic human right, but an article of privilege that can be revoked if the speech offends a homosexual, a Muslim, a trasngendered, a feminist, an illegal immigrant, or any other identified group one is forbidden to offend. Freedom of religion, ditto. Freedom of conscience, ditto. On our college campuses… which are, in terms of ideological conformity, if not mass-murder … the most Stalinist institutions in our country, young males are, as a matter of policy, denied human rights such as due process when accused by rape, regardless of how specious the charge is.

And the tool to negate the universality of human rights is the notion of “privilege.” Hostility toward privilege is just warmed over Marxist class rhetoric, tarted up with big, academic-sounding nonsense words like “intersectionality” and “microaggression.”

The article goes into detail about the atrocities committed by Stalin and his underlings, and the justification for mass murder, imprisonment, and torture. And the root of it all was loyalty to Socialist Ideology and the Communist Party.

Comrades, none of us wishes or is able to be right against his Party. The Party in the last analysis is always right, because the Party is the sole historical instrument given the proletariat for the solution of its basic problems. . . . I know that one cannot be right against the party. It is only possible to be right with the Party and through the Party for history has not created other ways for the realization of what is right.

Something to think about whenever Hillary’s crimes or Obama’s abuses of power are defended by other Democrats for the good of the party. Something also to think about when social justice leftists like Dan Savage muse about how wonderful it would be if all Republicans “dropped dead” and are rewarded with applause from Bill Maher’s audience of trained leftist seals.  Or, for that matter, when the Democrat Left’s new pet hate group, #BlackLivesMatter, calls for and celebrates the murder of people they oppose, and are rewarded with positions of prominence at the Democrat National Convention.  Or the fact that the current Democrat president was mentored by a wannabe terrorist and mass murderer, who is not merely defended by the media and his party, but treated as an honored and celebrated citizen.

Socialism has always been a dehumanizing, destructive, and ultimately murderous ideology.

They wear those Che shirts for a reason, you know.

Leftist Creeper Writes Children’s Song About Transgender Bathrooms

Posted by V the K at 5:22 pm - September 1, 2016.
Filed under: Transgender Issues

Because of the left’s creepy obsession with sexualizing children which is almost as central to modern leftism as calling people who disagree with you bigots. He also has that covered.

This is just … weird. Even if you support the idea of transgendered bathrooms isn’t it odd for some grown man to sing to children about going to the bathroom in this way?

Oh, and apparently Mr. Loops has a name, Jon Lewis. You can find him on Twitter and his whole timeline is about going to the bathroom and calling people bigots if they don’t agree that men should be allowed in the ladies room.

And the thing is, that’s not even the most effed up transgender story I’ve read today.

This is the most effed up transgender story I’ve read today. (If you thought the picture of Anthony Weiner was the most effed up picture of a parent in bed with a child you would see this week, you guessed wrong.)

Milo Reports from Islamist-Occupied London

Posted by V the K at 1:44 pm - September 1, 2016.
Filed under: Gays in Other Lands

Creeping sharia, burqas everywhere, no one trusts the Government, waiting for the inevitable next terror attack, and they don’t care for gays very much either.

There is a pall hanging over my city, a sense of foreboding. A fear hanging heavy in the hair that something unspeakable could happen at any moment, and that when it does, the cry of Allahu Akbar will be heard. It’s the third chapter in a triptych, following the Blitz and Whitechapel during the reign of the Ripper.

I am a gay man. I have seen the aftermath of Orlando. I have watched videos on the internet of what happens to gay people in the Middle East. Not just the roof-hurling horrors of ISIS, but the death penalty imposed in a dozen Muslim countries for homosexuality. My people hanging from cranes. And I’ve seen journalists, politicians and celebrities look the other way because they’re frightened to offend.

Now the sinister cloaks of those who would see me hang fill the streets I grew up in. One hundred per cent of British Muslims think my lifestyle is unacceptable. Over half of them want my sex life to be made illegal.

Working About as well as All Other Liberal Programs Ever

Posted by V the K at 9:50 am - September 1, 2016.
Filed under: Gun Control

During a “Gun Buyback” program in Minnesota, the police paid $100 for a pipe lashed to a piece of wood. I am not making this up.


Transgender Lunacy Continues

Posted by V the K at 8:09 am - September 1, 2016.
Filed under: Academia,Transgender Issues

People are paying $33,000 a year in tuition for this:

A small college in Vermont is kicking off the new school year by encouraging students to wear special pins declaring their pronouns, so nobody accidentally uses the wrong one.

“Hello, my pronouns are Xe/Xem/Xyrs,” one button declares. Another expresses a preference for “They/Them/Theirs,” even when referring to a singular person. There’s even a pin declaring “Hello, my pronouns are fluid. Please ask me!” available for those whose gender identity and accompanying pronouns allegedly change over time….

This cultural obsession with the 0.03% of the population with a trendy mental health issue is probably going to continue until some other “oppressed group” becomes trendy. Because it’s very, very important for middle-aged white women to be able to virtue-signal their tolerance and awareness of social trends.

Should Everybody Vote?

Oh, hell no. In fact, there’s a lot of people who shouldn’t be allowed to vote.  Stupid voters produce stupid politicians. Like the one who said Guam was going to tip over from the weight of military equipment on the island. Or the glittering jewel of stupidity who describes herself as a “freed slave,” thinks there are still two Vietnams, and that Neil Armstrong landed on Mars.   These people would not be in positions of power if there were minimum standards of civics for voting eligibility. Before you can vote, you should be required to pass the same test legal immigrants must pass for citizenship, at a minimum.

I was thinking about that when I read this: (Snipped)

Every four years, celebrities and movie stars look earnestly into the camera and tell the country to “get out and vote.” They tell us it’s our “most important civic duty,” and they speak as if the very act of casting a ballot is more important than the outcome of the election. This strikes me as somewhat hysterical. Does anyone actually believe that Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen DeGeneres, and Ed Norton would encourage the “masses” to vote, if they believed the “masses” would elect Donald Trump?

Regardless of their political agenda, my celebrity pals are fundamentally mistaken about our “civic duty” to vote. There is simply no such thing. Voting is a right, not a duty, and not a moral obligation. Like all rights, the right to vote comes with some responsibilities, but lets face it – the bar is not set very high. If you believe aliens from another planet walk among us, you are welcome at the polls. If you believe the world is flat, and the moon landing was completely staged, you are invited to cast a ballot. Astrologists, racists, ghost-hunters, sexists, and people who rely upon a Magic 8 Ball to determine their daily wardrobe are all allowed to participate. In fact, and to your point, they’re encouraged.

The undeniable reality is this: our right to vote does not require any understanding of current events, or any awareness of how our government works.

So no, Jeremy – I can’t personally encourage everyone in the country to run out and vote. I wouldn’t do it, even if I thought it would benefit my personal choice. Because the truth is, the country doesn’t need voters who have to be cajoled, enticed, or persuaded to cast a ballot. We need voters who wish to participate in the process. So if you really want me to say something political, how about this – read more.

Remember – there’s nothing virtuous or patriotic about voting just for the sake of voting, and the next time someone tells you otherwise, do me a favor – ask them who they’re voting for. Then tell them you’re voting for their opponent. Then, see if they’ll give you a ride to the polls.

If there were standards, we might get politicians who were elected on the basis of intelligence and policy; and not because millions of idiots were convinced that Mitt Romney was going to outlaw tampons.