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Posted by V the K at 2:47 pm - March 17, 2017.
Filed under: Unhinged Liberals

Ace thinks this could be a joke. Who knows any more. I mean, it is entirely consistent with wanker orthodoxy, isn’t it?



  1. You can’t tell anymore. The Ayatollah Knomeini said there are no jokes in Islam… and the lefties aren’t too big on jokes and fun, either.

    The other day, there was a video going around of a BBC interview where the interviewee’s kids made cameo. It was hysterical and sweet – harmless fun.

    Paul Joseph Watson uncovered screeching rants from various harpies about the video – patriarchy, racism, and all the rest. There is something seriously amiss in people determined to not see the human in anything and to demand that no one else see the humor, either.

    And there is something seriously wrong with a culture that allows itself to be pushed around by crazy people.

    Comment by KCRob — March 17, 2017 @ 3:13 pm - March 17, 2017

  2. Seriously?


    So, I did know that Irish immigrants and descendants were not a protected minority, these days.

    What I didn’t know is that, them, too, are not cool and not okay any longer.


    Thanks for the update!

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 3:13 pm - March 17, 2017

  3. but..but..St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural celebration. How can that be wrong?

    Comment by Robin — March 17, 2017 @ 3:14 pm - March 17, 2017

  4. Dear Face,

    Please meet Palm.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 3:15 pm - March 17, 2017

  5. Yes, the important point is that given SJW orthodoxy and extremism, nobody can tell whether or not this is a joke.

    Comment by Conservative guy — March 17, 2017 @ 3:36 pm - March 17, 2017

  6. (just playing my french attention wh-re, as usual)

    By the way, guys, should I worry?

    What if Marine Le Pen gets elected?!

    When they learn I’m one of those fascist frog eaters, are they going to hunt me down, catch and kill me, and cook me, before eating me with Mayonnaise — without trial even less due process — over here in Kommunifornia?!

    Plus, we French have notoriously been known to be more friendly with the Irish, than, say, the British or Germans… so you see!

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 3:37 pm - March 17, 2017

  7. Damn. Why am I shaking?

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 3:38 pm - March 17, 2017

  8. Okay.

    Keep calm, Cyril.

    I’m just gonna pray it’s only a bad joke.


    I can’t pray! I’m not a muslim!

    OHHH !!! NOOO !!!

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 3:42 pm - March 17, 2017

  9. I have red hair and a big build. Today, I’ll pretend I’m Irish. I doubt any McKennas, Hanrahsns or O’Bamas will tell at me for cultural appropriation.

    Comment by The Gentle Grizzly — March 17, 2017 @ 4:05 pm - March 17, 2017

  10. On a more serious note / back to reason:

    (and in case that *wouldn’t be* a joke)

    if you know a bit the Irish’s attachment to their traditions and, say, overall “Irishness” … — I’m talking about those of all ages who live in actual Ireland, not the millenials Irish descendants who live to close to Bernie Sanders —

    well, my point is : good luck with making St Patrick’s Day verboten.

    You might as well tell a Texan that the T bone steak isn’t a legal thing to purchase and enjoy any longer.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 4:06 pm - March 17, 2017

  11. **too close to Bernie Sanders

    (aka : Misfortune)

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 4:09 pm - March 17, 2017

  12. @ The Gentle Grizzly: Ah, but see, we Irish-Americans want in on the action. That’s why we have a very simple test to see if you are or aren’t: “Sing something by the Clancy Brothers.” 😉

    Comment by Sean L — March 17, 2017 @ 4:13 pm - March 17, 2017

  13. I’m shocked, shocked that they aren’t decrying the cultural appropriation of Irish drunkenness culture …reference Cinco de Mayo County.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — March 17, 2017 @ 4:21 pm - March 17, 2017

  14. I haven’t read other’s comments, so forgive if already mentioned, but this makes me furious! St. Patrick, who is celebrated, was from Roman Christian England and was kidnapped and held as a slave in Ireland. He managed to escape, but came back to the land of his captors to convert them! He was a white slave, who forgave his slavers and wanted to give them the goodness of the Gospel; the ignorant fool could learn something!

    Comment by Iris — March 17, 2017 @ 4:24 pm - March 17, 2017

  15. @ Iris: Right you are!

    Though St. Patrick’s Day, as most Americans know it, was a cultural festival started by Catholic Irish-Americans to battle the stereotype bandied about by WASPs (*ahem*) that the Irish were nothing but ruffians who spent all day drinking, brawling, and breeding. Every parade started or ended in front of a Catholic Church.

    Comment by Sean L — March 17, 2017 @ 4:37 pm - March 17, 2017

  16. Except that there’s nothing wrong with “nationalism”. This use of the word as a replacement for “supremacy” is an agenda, believe me. It’s even saturating tv series now when a character is a white supremacist they say he’s a white nationalist. There was that idiot white supremacist group person that tried to attend CPAC but was escorted out. Even some conservative media [not paying attention to detail] referred to him as a white nationalist. That’s not what he is; he’s a bigot & a fraud. A white supremacist. Neonazi, whatever. But I digress. I don’t think this “end st patricks day” is a joke. They’re serious. It’s a tentacle of the Left’s political correctness hysteria. I’m not sure if they mean that there are so many Irish in the US that the holiday promotes Irish nationalism. It’s all about their BS borderless world amnesty crap let’s not disturb Illegals thing. The Leftists prefer to insult lawful activity instead. Because attacking our laws is an avenue to destroying the Constitution. Except that in an anarchic state, they wouldn’t survive the first wave of bullets. In a perfect world, someday all my dreams will come true. Meat hooks at the ready!

    Comment by Hanover — March 17, 2017 @ 4:55 pm - March 17, 2017

  17. Why I Cannot Celebrate St Patrick’s Day

    Because I can’t (*). As I am not a scholar in St Patrick, the left told me that would be “cultural appropriation”.

    I’m not making this up. Johnny Wagner elaborated about it in writings. In 2016. He thinks hard and writes at the Concordian (“concord” — I know, a bit ironical, no?)

    Anyway, yeah.

    I know. That sucks.

    Poor me.

    But, hey, bitter consolation : I don’t celebrate Bastille Day either — although I am French (**)

    Indeed, I do not want to engage in cultural appropriation against those of my fellow frenchmen who had deemed a few hundred thousands of Parisians and Vendeans worthy of losing their heads (literally: the peculiar head-chopping device used for that was and is still called Guillotine — named after its inventor).

    I don’t know, it’s just I don’t quite identify myself with our benevolent do-gooders of the French Left from 1789 to circa 1793 who partook back then in that — so they claimed — necessary “cleansing” of the French populace (ya know, the part that didn’t find the Revolution super-uber-cool after all, be they clergy, nobles, craftsmen, peasants, etc, and actually not working for them as well as once advertised — at all).

    Hence, how they were declared “enemies” of said Revolution and listed for “legal”, physical disappearance. My understanding is many found it surprising, and, to say the least, quite disappointing — although the last thing they saw was a shiny, and darn big, blade with an impressive piece of weight — they got to enjoy that in the last minute of their lives, at least, the cynical me cannot help to notice.

    So, you see, there are things you, I, cannot culturally appropriate, if you really don’t get it.

    Sorry about that, dear Irish folks, I won’t be able to switch from drinking wine to beer for a day in the year with you guys.



    (*) Gotcha. J/K

    (**) NOT kidding

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 5:03 pm - March 17, 2017

  18. Slight correction, for the sake of completeness.

    The Parisians got their heads chopped off, most commonly, for the (revolutionary) public entertainment. The Vendeans knew a little bit more of diversity — dear to the left, as we know: they were executed with spears, swords, guns, knives, or drowned in the river by Nantes. Also, a more fair (larger) proportion of women and children had to meet with the Social Justice of the Committee of Public Safety of the time in the western France — it is unclear whether the Parisian victims ever got jealous over that aspect of the then unfolding events, though.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 5:37 pm - March 17, 2017

  19. Oh come on. There are less than 400 twitter followers. Who f*cking cares.

    If I start a Twitter End Oktoberfest, It Celebrates White Pride, will you post on that too?

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — March 17, 2017 @ 6:11 pm - March 17, 2017

  20. you think her parents taught her that or her school teachers? she probably can’t read or write too well but she knows about otherness. that should help on her job application.

    Comment by salg — March 17, 2017 @ 6:24 pm - March 17, 2017

  21. @19 you always support the totalitarians, if they are on the left.

    Comment by salg — March 17, 2017 @ 6:29 pm - March 17, 2017

  22. @19: the OP is free to report and/or comment on whatever he wants.

    And we are free to completely ignore it or jump on the topic either way.

    In the case of this eyebrow-raising link, I have the weakness to believe than most commenting on here only hope that it is just a disingenuous bad joke meant to give a bad name to that peculiarly idiotic thing (just IMO) referred to as “culturally appropriation”.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 6:46 pm - March 17, 2017

  23. *cultural appropriation

    Adverb slip typos are pure evil

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 6:47 pm - March 17, 2017

  24. “I think it’s horrible for you to ridicule the culture of former slaves.”
    “Former slaves? You’re Irish, not black!”
    “Yes, and the Irish were, indeed, slaves.”
    “No, we’re talking slaves in North America.”
    “So am I.”

    Comment by Craig Smith — March 17, 2017 @ 6:52 pm - March 17, 2017

  25. @22 I don’t deny this, and I’m free to criticise. The far right also make the relevant point that the KKK’s membership is 5,000 at best. Which, I agree with.

    400 Twitters followers is like … 30 real people in a world of 7 billion.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — March 17, 2017 @ 7:07 pm - March 17, 2017

  26. @25:

    “400 Twitters followers is like … 30 real people in a world of 7 billion.”

    Good point. Hence, why I among those who suspect / hope it’s only a hoax, and not another fringe instance of a left already deranged enough without it.

    But. Numbers are relatives.

    What if it’s no joke. And what if only 10% of those followers are Ivy League College professors? That, to me, would be significant — wrt. the brain damage over time (on their students).

    I know, I’m stretching it. But see, hence my sarcastic comment earlier: control of language is never innocuous, when it happens. Whether in plain sight or not.

    I refer you to the writings of Victor Klemperer about it.

    Look him up with “Language Does Not Lie”.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 7:22 pm - March 17, 2017

  27. “We remember 1847!” the Irish will cry as they drown these furkin idiots in vats of stale Guinness. :p

    Comment by perturbed — March 17, 2017 @ 8:39 pm - March 17, 2017

  28. CCP has a point but SJWs punch above their weight.

    There are any number of things that are Major Issues that, a few years ago, would have been a joke.

    Comment by KCRob — March 17, 2017 @ 9:31 pm - March 17, 2017

  29. If I start a Twitter End Oktoberfest, It Celebrates White Pride, will you post on that too?

    Only if you can get 401+ followers.

    Comment by RSG — March 17, 2017 @ 9:46 pm - March 17, 2017

  30. Normally I would say this is masterful trolling, but…

    In my wanderings around Twitter earlier today there was a Blue Checkmark Black dude who posted something to the effect of “St Patrick’s Day: when we remind the Irish that Blacks were slaves too.” Now that could have been itself trolling in the vein of Sherrod Small, but without drilling down further into his timeline I got the distinct impression that the point was being made that the suffering of imported indentured servants from the African continent was the worst thing in the past 1000 years and thou shalt not minimize it by attempting to point out that others had the same fate, much less deign to make it somehow comparable.

    All that said, I fear it won’t be too long before St Patrick’s Day is put in the same category as Columbus Day in the celebratory sandbox: not an opportunity to celebrate cultural heritage but the glorification of a mass murderer who forever changed the lives of and cursed an entire ethnic group. Perhaps in support it will be alleged that St Patrick, whose actual provenance has come into question among some church historians, was the original child molesting cleric. Though as hinted earlier in the comments here, when that happens, it’s game on for the War On Cinco De Mayo®.

    Comment by RSG — March 17, 2017 @ 10:05 pm - March 17, 2017

  31. Leticia Miranda: just got a message from a reader concerned it looked similar to the nazi iron cross

    Cinesnatch: I’m concerned that you look similar to one.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — March 17, 2017 @ 10:40 pm - March 17, 2017

  32. Politically incorrect, offensive linguistic corpus…

    In Venezuela, words include,

    offensive: “aspirin”, “bandaid”, “eggs”, “elections”, “flour”, “milk”, “sugar”, “syringe”, “toilet paper”, …

    … “passport”, “referendum”, “voting booth”, “visa”;

    state and socialist-party approved: “Chavismo”/”Chavistas”, “rationing tickets”, “Nicolas Maduro”.

    In North Korea:

    offensive: anything that hasn’t been uttered by the state’s outdoor loud speakers every hour of the day;

    state and party-approved: converse of the above.

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 11:44 pm - March 17, 2017

  33. See? In those paradises, nobody gives a flip about others’ sexuality, genderness, colorness, etc… any longer.

    How cool is that?!

    Comment by Cyril — March 17, 2017 @ 11:53 pm - March 17, 2017

  34. As is mentioned in some of the comments: One wonders if the New Democrat /Socialist Party managed to leave their latest gobsmacking idiocy in the printer on repeat.

    Comment by fortdixmike — March 18, 2017 @ 5:16 am - March 18, 2017

  35. we have to stop celebrating st Patrick’s day because the fewer things we can do the more liberated we are. ho’s that for a free country?

    Comment by salg — March 18, 2017 @ 5:58 am - March 18, 2017

  36. CrayCray @ #17

    If I start a Twitter End Oktoberfest, It Celebrates White Pride, will you post on that too?

    Why not? Prat falls are still hilarious when they come as a surprise.

    But, CrayCray, I am a bit concerned that you feel compelled to sneer this aberration away. “How low can we go” in the exercise of intolerance while strutting about in the name of diversity? Anti-nationalism “should be made of sterner stuff.”

    I’m thinking that the Irish outnumber the gays. I’m thinking the Germans outnumber the gays. I am thinking the transgendered are fewer than gay Eskimos. I am thinking that “Gay Pride” has nothing to do with anybody but gays who are in need of ego boosting. I am thinking if I Twitter “End LGBTQXYZ Pity Parties” and it draws only 400 Tweets that there would be calls for my Nazi hide to be melted with acid, nonetheless.

    I am thinking that special category snowflakes spitting venom at whatever passes for normalcy, triggers micro aggressions among them to little avail. I am thinking that for the most part, such whinging, sniveling and mewling only begets more “deplorables” giving you the cold shoulder.

    Celebrating traditions which are essentially acts of bonding is hardly an act of hatred unless your own lens is so clouded that you only see the corruption you are searching for.

    Every Hottentot and Hutu; every Potawatomi and Sioux; every Punjab and Tamil Nadu; Every Han and Manchu; Every tribe of Maui and Oahu — all have traditions. To blame them for celebrating because your skin color does not match theirs in the height of bigotry.

    Simmer down, CrayCray. V the K works diligently to put up posts to keep the conversation going. Save your pot shots for bigger game.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 18, 2017 @ 11:21 am - March 18, 2017

  37. You must have missed the post I made at #32.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — March 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - March 18, 2017

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