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And Then They Woke Up…

Posted by V the K at 9:42 pm - July 27, 2017.
Filed under: Socialism in America

A group of college know-it-all Marxists at Swarthmore broke up when they looked around at each other and realized they were all rich white people.

According to screenshots confidentially provided to Campus Reform by an individual with access to the group’s private Facebook page, the demise of the Swarthmore Anti-Capitalist Collective (SACC) came in the wake of a farewell letter from a member who had decided the group could never be an effective proponent of “unproblematized anticapitalist politics” due to its “history of abuse, racism, and even classism.”

They probably figured out that real Marxism would mean giving up their money and privilege to the poors.

Every Gay Conservative’s Story

Posted by V the K at 6:31 pm - July 27, 2017.
Filed under: Liberal Intolerance

Every conservative or Republican ghey person has the same story; my new Republican friends were warm and welcoming when they found out I was guy, my guy friends shunned and hated me when they found out I was Republican.

Happens every time.

In mid-2016, Brown decided to see if there were any Republicans in Portland with whom she could connect. She went to a Multnomah County Republican street fair, where she met a group of women who were immediately receptive. (The county includes the city of Portland and some surrounding suburbs.) “There was plenty of warmth and acceptance,” she said, more than she’d ever felt on the left. “I’m a trans lesbian atheist, and they are conservative Christian. But not one single time has my gender come up, unless I’ve brought it up.”

When Brown came out as transgender in 2013, only two friends stopped speaking to her. When she came out as Republican, soon after her trip to the street fair, she remembered being blocked by roughly 100 people on Facebook, mostly from the LGBTQ community, she said.

When it comes to transgendereds, I really don’t give a flying rat’s arse about their personal life, but I hate and resent when they use the state to force other people to bow down to their neuroses.

A gay website recently told its audience to ditch any Republicans they might have and block anyone on social media who disagrees with you about anything. You know, because Republicans and conservatives aren’t “inclusive.”

Oh, and here’s some more stupid crap leftists are doing.

de Blasio’s Secret Pizza Party

I’m late getting to this, but there’s been a lot of other news. Bill de Blasio faces questions over his apparent pay-for-play. From The New York Times’ July 24 article, a sample:

Less than six months after Bill de Blasio became mayor of New York City, a campaign donor buttonholed him at an event in Manhattan. The donor, Harendra Singh, one of the earliest contributors to his mayoral campaign, ran a restaurant on city property and was having problems with the lease. Could the mayor help him?

That encounter, on June 3, 2014, set the wheels of government turning in an extraordinary way on behalf of Mr. Singh. City officials at the highest levels became involved, ultimately drawing the interest of federal investigators focused on what they saw as a pattern of trading favors for campaign contributions…

Allegedly, de Blasio’s behavior extended to retaliatory firing of whisteblowers. Both the Manhattan and U.S. attorneys investigated in 2016, and it’s unclear why de Blasio wasn’t charged. (Preet Bharara, anyone?)

The fun bit was when de Blasio read a book to a bunch of kids, Secret Pizza Party. By example, the story encourages kids to steal things, keep it secret, and have secret parties that they don’t tell grownups about. Right up his alley.

I digress now, but it’s even creepier that the book tells kids, “When you make something secret, you make it special,” a line straight out of Pedophile 101. I mean, don’t get me started on Jacob Schwartz, who was a top de Blasio staffer.

Eichenwald Whooaaaa…

We have fun with far-left writer, Kurt Eichenwald. Noting his bitter hatefulness. Or his unhinged responses to Tucker Carlson. His investigation of Hentai tentacle porn and how he deployed his own wife and kids in his public excuse for it. Or how he did a key Trumprussia smear which later lost a lawsuit for his employer, Newsweek magazine.

But I just now happened to come across Debbie Nathan’s article from 2007:

A New York Times reporter not only gave money to a child pornographer, but did business with him and even signed on to an illegal porn website as a member and administrator, documents unsealed yesterday in a federal criminal proceeding in Nashville reveal. He claims in one court document, he only “posed” as a pedophile.

The reporter is Kurt Eichenwald, who quit the Times in October, 2006…

And Eichenwald did write a big story on child porn that was much-praised at first – but, according to court documents, by then he had given thousands of dollars to multiple 18-and-under pornographers to encourage their efforts. And other articles say he posed as Don Henley, and more. Allegedly, Eichenwald’s research involved so many manipulative actions and such intensive “posing” that I had to stop and go “Whoa”. And not in a good way.

Eichenwald would seem to have a history, of privately (not as part of law enforcement) “researching” strange porn in tremendous depth while saying publicly that he does it for the good of others. (Nathan’s article again shows him bringing his wife into his excuses.) Whether you believe Eichenwald is on the level and thus a hero, or something very dark indeed, will be your call.

Coming back to the present, now it seems that Eichenwald and Newsweek are apart (it’s unclear who fired whom). And he has just started a Twitter fight with Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, and lost.

After Eichenwald attacked him in a long series of petty tweets, Assange linked Eichenwald to the CIA (and Assange would know) and exposed Eichenwald’s Amazon pen name, “Andrew McDonald”, by which Eichenwald allegedly fabricates independent, 5-star reviews to his own books. (Hey gang, remember when Sockpuppets were a thing?)

Mr. Eichenwald – get help! Going by your Wikipedia bio (much of which reads as if you wrote it to praise yourself), you could be brain-damaged – you know, that concussion in college that led to your having grand mal seizures. So maybe there’s a medical explanation for your unhinged behavior? Maybe you can still get yourself under control? Best of luck.

Not a Joke From What I Can Tell

Posted by V the K at 10:27 am - July 27, 2017.
Filed under: Hillary Clinton

This is, from what I understand, the no-kidding, title of the campaign biography HRC is having ghost-written for her.

I know her thesis is going to be: “Russia, Russia, Russia, Comey, Comey, Russia, Russia, Misogyny, Russia” but there are more honest explanations of “What Happened” that will not be explored:

1. “I Was a Terrible Candidate and Everybody Hated Me.”
2. “I Got Lost on the Way to Wisconsin.”
3. “I forgot that winning the popular vote in California where there are no controls on illegal voting doesn’t mean sh-t.”

4. “I hired a Millennial twink to run my campaign with a staff of Brooklyn hipsters who thought campaigning in the Rust Belt was beneath them.”

5. “I didn’t murder enough witnesses.”

Keep it going…


Posted by V the K at 8:55 am - July 27, 2017.
Filed under: Gays In Military,Transgender Issues