Category Archives: Class Warfare
In this, the finale of Volume Two, I’d really just like to add more perspective to many of the things I’ve witnessed.
I never, ever feel bad for mocking Afrocentrism. First of all, not everybody Black engages in it. Secondly, seventy percent of its apologists live in middle-class and mostly White suburbs. And they support Afrocentrism to keep inner city Blacks “in their place”. If you really want to know what White liberals think of Afrocentric culture, look no further than who they elected as the so-called First President: a biracial man raised everywhere but the “hood”. Even worse, look at the virtually any statistic for Black people since 2009.
A lot of my LGBTetc. activist animus stems from my experiences with Afrocentrism. Credit should always be given where it’s due; their rise to prominence happened pretty fast. But they, like Afrocentric peddlers, tend to exalt the lowest common denominator in their community. That’s why there’s so much “gift-giving” and domestic violence in a very small community. And allowing it to go unchecked can undermine any progress made. And no, people do not have to others solely because of who they sleep with. Hell, you don’t, so why should anybody else?
Presidential Candidate and former Illinois Senator Barack Hussein “The Long-Legged Daddy” Obama is, in my view, one of the greatest campaigners of all time. But as the 44th President of the United States, he’s one of the worst Affirmative Action hires in history. You know how AA works: find the first non-White you can, promote him like hell, set him up as a figurehead… and let everybody else lead from behind. As author Shelby Steele points out, “President Obama is more of a cultural phenomenon than a political one”.
Even when the Republican Party did not have a sitting President, they were often the steady, trusted, fiscally responsible hand in Washington. The terms of both Presidents Bush killed that notion. The re-election of Obama has sent them absolutely into chaos. The days of riding the coattails of Ronald Reagan and the Christian Coalition are no more. The Tea Party, touted as a return to the old school GOP, have proven to be anything but. They’ve been relegated to mostly state and local politics, with their most prominent national figures just kicking back. Why not? They’ll be re-elected out of brand loyalty, anyhow… with the Tea Party in tow.
The Religious Right called Mormonism a polygamist cult for years, then claimed that a Mormon elder, as President, could “bring America back to God”. The same fundamentalist who condemns homosexuality can be found all over GayPatriot comment sections, and letting their near-nude preteen daughters hustle grown men at a church car wash. With no sin left to rail against (the same-sex marriage issue is summarily decided), the religious right is rapidly evaporating as a key force in society.
And since Gay Conservatives seem to be the only ones giving religionists any sympathy, one has to ask: with same-sex marriages federally recognized, is refusing to get one with your lover make you “living in sin” and “shacking up”?
A young guy from Canada recently pointed out something about most American “atheists”. They are actually not atheists, who do not acknowledge an absolute final sovereignty. Because their worship is ultimately either their culture or, more than likely, an all-powerful government that protects them from their ideological enemies and themselves, they are, by definition, Statists. All religions and the main two political parties have embraced it as of late. And much like those who worshiped the Austrian house painter or the Chinese rice farmer, they’ll bring a whole nation down in the abyss.
If you really want to see if things like Multiculturalism, Balkanization, or any form of identity politics has ever worked here’s an idea. Ask your local gay, Black, fundamentalist, Muslim, “atheist” and moderate the best time they’ve lived through in their respective movement. NONE of their answers will match.
President Obama is the best thing to ever happen to talk radio. What else would Rush Limbaugh or Mark Levin do without him and the Democratic Party? The Advocate Magazine spends over sixty-five percent of its web space railing on Republicans or somebody else that hurts their feewings. But in the end their greatest and most prosperous weapon is… their biggest opponent.
The same people who swear by talk radio and MSNBC ridicule Vince McMahon and WWE. The funny part is, Vince is more honest than they are.When Vince McMahon and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin got done beating each other up, they both went out drinking, often to the same bar. But they both knew, and even now openly admit, they needed each other… to draw a happily paying audience. WWE fans know it’s scripted, too, but the whole point is to be entertained. Yeah, they get emotional at times, but eventually the match is over, and you’ve got to go home and get ready for the work week. (Shout out to Vince “Not McMahon” Smetana on that one) . And it’s fine to agree with people like Rush or Rachel Maddow, and buy their merchandise. But every so often, I think like other WWE fans. I can enjoy the spectacle, but recognize it as such… especially when it’s not on.
Perhaps as a nod to all these superhero movies coming out over the last few years, we’ve seen the rise of a group of people who seem to want to portray themselves as real-life New Avengers. They believe themselves to have super-strength or even a super-intellect. On the surface anyhow, it seems they are motivated by the desire to help their fellow man. Once you begin to familiarize yourself with these new guardians, however, you realize their antics are motivated by anything but humility and compassion; it’s usually the opposite. Many of these “heroes” go out of their way to convince others that they have no real personal weaknesses, that any flaws in their personae (which is their primary superpower) are conjured up by some enemy force. When you get down to brass tacks, these heroes are often more dangerous than the alleged villains they claim to defend the downtrodden from. Rather than empathy, those in the realm of “Occupying” “social justice”, and “equality” movements usually operate on one word…
Those who “Occupy” have the evil bankers and politicians as an eternal archenemy. Thing is, they’re not the disenfranchised Vietnam veteran panhandling in New York City they like to make their mascot; they’re mostly middle-class, college educated, White boys living off their parents, who oftentimes work in the very establishments they’re “occupying” against. Being spoiled, they can’t imagine that even with a silver spoon in their mouths, they, like their parents, will have to bust their asses to not only make money, but also maintain it. And their egos can’t take the heat lashed out at their parents for being successful. The “Occupy” movement, at best, is simply the rich masquerading as the proletariat.
Those who engage in “class warfare” can take comfort in looking down on and exploiting the poor for their own gain. The thing that f*cks with them is knowing somebody can look down on them. Since the middle-class can’t have better than the rich (not that they don’t try; remember the housing crisis), they take on the class warfare mantra to present themselves as being better. The front line in class warfare is commonly called “social justice”. All these whale-savers, tree huggers, distributors of other people’s wealth, and fetus dumpers are not doing all this out of some endless fountain of compassion or liberality. They may want to be in Fortune magazine, but know they’ll have to settle for the local newspaper’s life section. One thing I’ve noticed about these social justices: it may be lonely at the top, but it must be crowded as hell in the middle. I say that because yeah, they’ll get some inner-city Black kid under the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program and take him to the mall and all that, but they never take the time to really instill in that child the values that got them where they are. These social justices, like the “Occupiers”, condemn the Koch brothers, but think about it, especially if you live in the Chattanooga, TN, area: who’s put a bigger dent in poverty, the Koch Brothers, who own a food processing plant here and hire often, or the local social justice orator? In one sentence, here is the definition of class warfare: the well-off invoking the plight of bad-off (in particular minorities) to attack the better-off.
Then there’s the battle for gay “equality”. It’s actually ran more often than not on something besides envy: moral relativism. They (those who live their lives morally relative) make the rules as they go, and they change depending on what works best for them. ALL LGBTetc. people must conform to these very fluid standards; consciences are not allowed. While their neighbors may watch Rachel Maddow or Anderson Cooper on TV, they also know how morally relative Tom and Michael are about activists like Larry Brinkin and Dan Savage, and don’t and can’t trust their versions of right and wrong. They know same-sex marriage is only an issue because of the “benefits” and tax breaks (which, with their affluence, they could use, but since tax breaks for the wealthy is “1%” language to social justices, they can’t say it like that), and a chance to give a big “fuck you” to organized religion.
The saddest aspect of this particular breed of “New Avengers” is how well politicians can use the arrogance and commonly-found “White privilege” mindset of these people against themselves. President Obama’s “historic” announcement regarding same-sex marriage on May 9th, 2012. stated he supported SSM… but was leaving it to the states to decide for themselves, in which, again, many already have. Incidentally(or maybe not), North Carolina voted against SSM the day before the interview. All LGBTetc. advocates heard was the “I support” part; they pledged Obama over nine million dollars in the three hours following the ABC News interview. Conservative groups, who definitely heard “let the state decide” part, increased their donations to Republican Mitt Romney. The battle for same-sex marriage has made preachers, politicians, and LGBTetc. activists tons of money in the last twenty years. NONE of them want it to end. Nobody kills the cow for hamburgers on the Fourth when you’ve got six months of milk in her.
I’d like to thank evryone for reading, and as a bonus clip, here’s a prime example of how insane this sh*t can get. Here is class warfare/conspiracy theorist expert Alex Jones, discussing the evil antisocial subliminal messages found in the “Batman” movie franchise. Now, the average social justice advocate laughs at this guy, but they look every bit as crazy when they talk about the Koch Party. And LGBTetc. crowd is just as silly when they blame coservatives for their shortcomings in their lives. Good God…