Posted on 06 December 2016.
This post is inspired by a certain post-election viral tweet by Xannie Woodard, where she says:
Please stop telling people to respect others’ opinions. That’s for things like “I don’t like coffee” not for “I don’t like black people.
The whole Trump thing on choices or convictions kind of reminds me of people who say ‘everyone’s entitled to their opinion!’
So, if you think the earth is flat (or 6 000 years old!) or the world is controlled by 9 foot lizard men from outer space, then ‘I’m entitled to my opinion,’ so you shouldn’t challenge it! Read the full story
Posted in Serious Commentary
Posted on 11 October 2016.
Some years ago, someone spoke with me about 9/11 conspiracy theories, and said that he ‘wouldn’t put it past them,’ or words to that effect.
This sentence from the person who spoke with me years ago, arguably shines a light on the problem with conspiracy theory nonsense, e.g. the myths of 9/11 Truthers, or of Holocaust denialists, or of those who fantasise about so-called ‘Cultural Marxism,’ ‘New World Order,’ ‘Neoliberalism,’ ‘Shapeshifting Lizards,’ ‘the Rockefellers,’ ‘the Zionist Lobby,’ ‘Eurabia,’ and so on. Read the full story
Posted in Opinon/Editorial, Serious Commentary, War Zone
Posted on 20 July 2016.
Pol Pot’s Pleasure PWNK
I can’t stand Pol Pot because he’s really nasty. I don’t think he is my leader.
Yeah but isn’t his adversary Ho Chi Minh nasty too? Would you protest if Ho Chi Minh was in power instead? Read the full story
Posted in Education, Opinon/Editorial
Posted on 21 June 2016.
The glorious Fuhrer has brought each one of US peace and stability…
Comrade Lenin inspires US all to move forward to win our freedom, under the banner of proletarian scientific socialist Marxist-Leninist thought.
But the evil Arab Muslim tyrant Assad is killing his own people, WE can’t just sit there!!!
Look, WE made a few mistakes in our foreign policy but well hey, what can I say! Shit happens, gotta go with the flow, right?
Read the full story
Posted in Education, Human Interest