An Unsafe Opinion

Posted in Society on October 6th, 2015

Bryan StascavageLast month Bryan Stascavage, a 30-year-old Wesleyan University (WSA) economics major and decorated veteran who served two tours as an military intelligence analyst for the US Army in Iraq penned an unsafe opinion about the Black Live Matter (#BlackLivesMatter) movement in an op-ed for his the school newspaper, The Wesleyan Argus. The previous winner of WSA’s Chadbourne Prize was shocked by the result.

His op-ed, “Why Black Lives Matter Isn’t What You Think,” wasn’t a glowing endorsement of the Blacks’ movement and, therefor, was met with a shitstorm of hate and vitriol from the Blacks and the Liberals and Progressives who pander to- and enable them.

That was, in itself, completely to be expected and it’s hard to generate any true sympathy for Mr. Stascavage who should have known what he was buying for himself by not adhering to the Left’s and their minority sharecroppers’ orthodox dogma of total submission to their doctrine.

No. What is horrific is a subset of these vermin’s response, not against Mr. Stascavage directly, but against the The Wesleyan Argus which published his opinion piece and, thereby, exposed the student body to it. The Liberals, Progressives, and their minority sharecroppers are demanding that Wesleyan University defund the Argus because of it.

A petition demanding the Wesleyan Argus lose funding unless it meets certain demands has signatures from at least 172 students, staff and recent alumni. Signatories threatened to boycott the paper because they said it fails to “provide a safe space for the voices of students of color and we are doubtful that it will in the future.”

They also demand that commitment be made by the Argus to create work study/course credit positions; a monthly report on allocation of funds and leadership structure; a required once-per-semester Social Justice/Diversity training for all student publications; active recruitment and advertisement; and open space on the front page in the publication dedicated to marginalized groups/voices, specifying that if no submissions are received, The Argus will print a section labeled “for your voice.”

This is what now passes for students in these Affirmative Action times and in the wake of what the “Civil Rights” movement has degenerated into. They demand that White voices be silenced in favor of “Social Justice” and providing Liberal, Progressive, and Minority students total freedom from any opinion or subject matter that might may them uncomfortable in some way, shape, or form by not rigorously adhering to their sensitivities.

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Dance, Boy!

Posted in Humor, Society on August 31st, 2015

Nigger Needs To Dance
Dance, Boy!

Truly, telling Kanye West to dance is the only proper answer to the boy’s vileness and stupidity. The filthy buck should either be taught to dance the Sam Peckinpah or, my personal preference for its sort, the Danny Deever from a tree limb.

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Obama’s Niggerization?

Posted in 2012 Election, Society on August 17th, 2012

ToureSome things, while not hard to believe due to the devolution of the media and society in general, don’t sit well with me or any other red-blooded American. One of these things is MSNBC’s guest / pet blacktivist filth, Tour publicly accusing Republican Presidential Candidate, Mitt Romney of engaging in the “Niggerization” of Obama.

Still, consider the venue and source’s worth…

On Thursday, Auguest 16, 2012 the panel of MSNBCs The Cycle picked apart Mitt Romneys claim that President Obama should take his campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago. Tour, part of the panel decided that this was a good time to engage in race-baiting, hate-mongering, and racial politics, i.e., he though it was a good time for some home in the ghetto blacktivism.

That really bothered me. You notice he said anger twice. Hes really trying to use racial coding and access some really deep stereotypes about the angry black man. This is part of the playbook against Obama, the “otherization,” hes not like us.

I know its a heavy thing, I dont say it lightly, but this is “niggerization.” You are not one of us, you are like the scary black man who weve been trained to fear.

You’ve got to give this misborn piece of shit a certain amount of credit though. The “Angry Black Man” is one of the most effective pieces of propaganda that the “Black Community” ever invented. It lets them jabber, hoot, and rant and to engage in any violent, hate-filled, antisocial behavior that they wish to and then cry “racism!” when they’re called on it by their betters, the American people.

NOTE: Americans come in all colors. It’s just that filthy, worthless apes like Tour call the Black ones: Oreo, Uncle Tom, Sell Out, Race Traitor, or House Nigger.

But, all that aside, what this really is is Tour’s bald-faced and rather pathetic attempt at the “Klanification” of Mitt Romney, the GOP, and the true American people. most of whom happen to be White.

And, of course, this is exactly how Obama and the Democrats want and need it to be. It’s also how Tour’s needs it to be because hate-mongering and race baiting is how he pays his rent and we’ve been taught about his sort before.

There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.

— Booker T. Washington
My Larger Education: Being Chapters From My Experience

As I said, consider the venue and sources worth or lack of it when reading or hearing their views and opinions. Do not, however, let their lack of worth, if you find it lacking, stay your hand. Even if without all other forms of merit, they and their punishment can serve as object lessons.

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