Denouncing Normalcy

Hating Mother's Day Is Denouncing NormalcyHating Mother’s Day Is Denouncing Normalcy

Sunday was 2017’s Mother’s Day and it passed with somewhat more issues and complaints than in previous years. Apparently, to certain sorts Mother’s Day is offensive.

Some of some sort’s complaints about celebrating Mother’s Day:

  • It’s inherently “gendered”
  • It’s glorifies motherhood and elevates mothers
  • It’s homophobic
  • It’s misogynous

The one thing that all of these complaints have in common is that they are all based upon denouncing normalcy as wrong, bigoted, and evil because, and solely because, the abnormal aren’t part of it. That’s the our domestic enemies think and/or emote; to them, anything that isn’t explicitly inclusive of abnormal, non-normative, or minority groups, individuals, and/or behaviors is bigoted, hateful, and wrong.

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New Identity Politics

There’s always been issues with what the Liberals and Progressives call Intersectionality, especially as it impact Identity Politics. But, with the rise of the American people and the election of Donald Trump as POTUS, this has reached pathological proportions.

The New Identity Politics Requires Proper Flags
The New Identity Politics Requires Proper Flags

Now, much like the LGBTQ –or whatever the alphabet soup is supposed to be today – scene and the various street gangs, one has to properly flag, which can be a specific and advanced project, if one wishes to get past these Liberals’ and Progressives’ gatekeepers.

So yeah, some guy in a dress isn’t going to be allowed to identify as a womyn if (s)he’s wearing anything by Ivanka Trump.

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E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus UnumPeople need to remember that it is E Pluribus Unum (out of many, one), not Ex Omnibus Unum (out of all, one). There will always be some that do not become part of the one, mostly because they refuse to do so.

That’s the truth that the Liberals, Progressives, and the minorities they pander to refuse to accept. One has to become part of the one.

No, instead the Liberals, Progressives, and the minorities they pander would declaim this fact as racist, nationalist, xenophobic, and evil. This is, I think, largely because they don’t want there to be a “one” and certainly won’t tolerate it happening or anyone who wishes it to do so.

That’s the horrific thing. These oikophobic Leftists and their minority tenants may love to rant and whine about “inclusiveness” and “diversity” but they’ve willfully created an unholy synergy between these two concepts that is nothing but an attempt to dilute and dissolve America. They don’t want to make one out of many.

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