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Checking in on Team Crazy

Posted by V the K at 9:03 pm - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Leftist Nutjobs

I don’t really know what this means. The babble that comes out of the elite thought-leaders of the Progressive Left grow ever more indistinguishable from the crazy meth-head standing on the corner screaming “I dry-cleaned Jesus’s wedding dress!”

Anyway, straight black guys are actually white, is apparently the deranged rant at offer.

Left-wing writers are taking the victim narrative to a new level this week, decrying “straight black men” as the “white people of black people.”
In a column for The Root’s ‘Very Smart Brothas,” writer Damon Young accused straight black men of having the “type of privilege created for and protected by whiteness.” Black men, while victims of the white man’s oppressiveness, are the oppressors of the nonheterosexual/male black person.

Speaking of crazy leftists, I’m guessing you’ve all seen the video of MSDNC’s all-but-crapping-his-pants in a display of total derangement.

There’s also a left-wing TV producer who’s teaching his kids that Trump isn’t actually president, Hillary is.

Progressive Privilege

Posted by V the K at 5:52 pm - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Liberal Hypocrisy

What it means to have Progressive-Left Privilege in seven quick points:

1. Assuming that you have the right to control what everyone else does, what they have, what they say, and how they think.

2. Assuming that you have the right never to hear any opinion that contradicts your own, and using intimidation and violence if necessary to protect your ideological bubble.

3. Assuming that feeling offended on your part constitutes a political crisis on the nation’s part.

4. It is your privilege to establish the standards by which others must live and to critique them at will, but any criticism of you is evidence of hatred.

5. Consistency is for other people. You are free to deny the existence of absolutes while imposing absolute standards that others must follow.

6. You must be judged only by your rhetoric and not by your results.

7. And finally, liberal privilege means never having to say “not guilty.” Laws that apply to everyone else do not apply to you.

Gee, does this sound like anyone or multiple anyones who comment here?

Left-Wing Icon Agrees with Neo-Nazis

Posted by V the K at 12:32 pm - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Anti-Western Attitudes

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/371678.php

Left-Wing Icon Valerie Plame… who became a left-wing icon when a left-wing Deep State operative (Richard Armitage) outed her (Not Really) as a CIA Agent and blamed the Bush Administration… says… well, read for yourself.

America’s Jews Are Driving America’s Wars

Gee, didn’t Mel Gibson get in heap big trouble over something like this?

Between their embrace of street violence as a legitimate police tactic, the Obama Regime’s use of the state security apparatus to spy on political opponents, and the embrace of Stormfront-like “Zionist Occupied Government” rhetoric… hasn’t the American Left become frighteningly Nazi-like itself?

Update: I did not know this.

[Plame is] also a big supporter and fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, and is on the board of Ploughshares, a key part of Ben Rhodes’/Obama’s “echo chamber” to give Iran the nuclear bomb so that it can wipe Israel off the map:

This Should Never Be OK

Posted by V the K at 7:43 am - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

An adult gay man remembers how older gay men exploited him sexually as a teenager.

I began engaging in sex with adults when I was 14. An unexpected encounter at a college library where I, alone, found myself being molested by a much older man initiated me into this world. I would return to that same library basement several times a week, driven by my father and often dropped off on my own, seeking something more than just the thrill of the encounter. Every man I engaged with told me how handsome, beautiful, sexy and special I was. Each touched me in a way that, for a moment, made me feel validated and even cared for. And each man left me alone once the encounter was over without a thought to the impact they had.

My craving for this validation pushed me into situations I cannot even imagine risking today as an adult. Riding my bike at midnight across a river, down to a dark and secluded riverfront area to get into a car with a stranger I had spoken to online just an hour before. Spending hours in a dark, dingy stall waiting and holding my breath every time the door opened. Walking down a highway at 2 a.m. to fulfill the fantasy of a man who wanted to pick up a hitchhiker. All in a futile attempt to find that sense of meaning and to believe I was worth something.

The older man – young boy dynamic is a mainstay of gay pornography and  even the occasional mainstream film. It is worth remembering that Barack Obama’s “Safe School Czar” Kevin Jennings bragged to audiences of fellow gay activists about helping a 15 year old boy seek out hook ups with older men he met in bus station toilets. Later, after criticism from the Right {not the gay community} he backtracked a bit and said the boy had been actually 16. The gay community said this made it OK. It shouldn’t have.

The LGBT activist community is obsessed with “gay youth” and is ever so fond of using the word “vulnerable” to describe them. In fact, it is this exact vulnerability that LGBT political activists (and creepy older men) prey upon. The unmistakable message from gay activists — who cannot say the words “Family Values” without a sneer — is “Families are bad and will only oppress you.* Your loyalties should be to the community (and the Party).”

The LGBT world is doing everything in its power to separate young gays from their families and integrate them into the LGBT ‘family.’ While well-meaning from a stand point of outdated ideas of family rejection and social stigma, today it only fosters resentment and risky behaviors. In a better world, they would be told ‘No’ by the men they are attempting to hook up with.

Amen to that. It’s really the responsibility of adult gay men to say no, and not exploit teenagers. And don’t give me this bullshirt rationalization, “Oh, my teenage years were tough because I was gay, so I have a license to act like a teenager in my thirties and forties.” Man TF Up.

There needs to be an unmistakable message that older guys who prey on underage teenagers are creeps who should be stigmatized.

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If You Say So

Posted by V the K at 7:23 am - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Religion Of Peace

This was caught in the Spam filter this morning:

Using the increase regarding extremist organizations
inside the actual Middle East, it’s understandable
that will the particular question “is it safe to travel to Iran” can be a hot theme.

However the good information is that Iran is one of
the most secure and most secure places inside the Middle
East.