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I thought this was a parody in The Baffler, but it turns out there really is a Boutique Activist Consultancy.

How many of these Late Obama Age Collapse movements are attempts by mixed race kids like Micah White to cash in the way Obama did?

 

 

 
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  1. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    Call it Bootique and it might have promise.

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  2. There is a market for everything — and an exploiter for every market.

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  3. “We Win Lost Causes”

    How about helping out the Lost Cause of the Confederacy, Micah? I’m sure it could benefit from your consultancy service.

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  4. - Artisanal sabotage
    - Bespoke assault
    - Curated libel and slander
    - Locally crafted weaponry
    - 100% organic pepper sprays
    - Gluten-free, hypoallergenic molotov cocktails
    - Personalized no-platforming
    - Full body bat massages

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  5. JW says:

    It’s based in Nehalem, Oregon of all places. Nehalem is most famous for an Intel processor named after it.

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    • Replies: @Desiderius
    Intel famously set $300M ablaze on the diversity altar, so not so much of all places.
  6. guest says:

    Wait, are they a consulting firm or think tank? Those are different animals.

    My hope would be they’re like the consultants and PR wizards who gobble up rightist popular movements like the Tea Party, and shoot them out the other end as mainstream-friendly nothingness.

    More likely they’re just rent-seeking agitprop “community organizers.”

    Possibly they’re a front run by Larry the Pipe and Icepick Sam, who’ll stop by and “consult” with people of your choosing. “Nice political movement you have there. Be a shame if something were to happen to it.”

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  7. Help Them says:

    How about sending them some revolutionary ideas in the message form that comes up when you click on the contact us button in their home page

    http://activist.boutique

    We could help them find lost cause clients, like Chelsea or her mother Hillary’s presidential ambitions.

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  8. https://sites.google.com/view/chiararicciardone/essay-we-are-the-disease

    Hmm, White and his co-boutique activist are ridiculous leftists, but unusually coherent, even pleasant, writers for their kind. They sound wrong, but neither crazy nor infantile. I’d hire ‘em, for whatever it is they do, if I needed it, maybe.

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  9. Milenial Kangz are priceless;
    their blacktivism creeped out from Booty Call to Boutique Call.

    All bored identity can see here is that Orange is New Micah White.

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  10. A bit OT but a classic snowflake incident. A British conductor joking with his African-American friend (a tenor) gets heard using a fake US southern accent by a social justice warrior standing nearby. He is subsequently fired when the SJW reports him for a “racist” joke. He did not mention race at all in his private conversation with his friend! But snowflakes must be protected against melting in the heat.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/09/british-conductor-sacked-us-music-festival-joke-labelled-racist/

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    • Replies: @guest
    Only blacks have Southern accents and eat grits, duh. And talking like blacks is basically blackface. Plus, saying the word "antebellum" equals "I want blacks to be re-enslaved."

    By the way, I am constantly surprised by how surprised I am at how poorly journalists write every time I read a piece of journalism. Are they capable of not burying the lead? Do they get fired if they insist upon laying information out based on what readers want to know first? Is there an unwritten editorial command insisting each sentence must end with an implicit "don't change the channel; tune in next sentence and see what happens!"
  11. @JW
    It's based in Nehalem, Oregon of all places. Nehalem is most famous for an Intel processor named after it.

    Intel famously set $300M ablaze on the diversity altar, so not so much of all places.

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  12. Danindc says:

    That guy’s (??) face is disturbing.

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    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    Yes, he resembles the creepy toy monkey that bangs cymbals. Perhaps that's the nature of his activism?

    https://giphy.com/gifs/clapping-monkey-skype-k5cnWfaRTPgze

  13. guest says:
    @Peter Johnson
    A bit OT but a classic snowflake incident. A British conductor joking with his African-American friend (a tenor) gets heard using a fake US southern accent by a social justice warrior standing nearby. He is subsequently fired when the SJW reports him for a "racist" joke. He did not mention race at all in his private conversation with his friend! But snowflakes must be protected against melting in the heat.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/09/british-conductor-sacked-us-music-festival-joke-labelled-racist/

    Only blacks have Southern accents and eat grits, duh. And talking like blacks is basically blackface. Plus, saying the word “antebellum” equals “I want blacks to be re-enslaved.”

    By the way, I am constantly surprised by how surprised I am at how poorly journalists write every time I read a piece of journalism. Are they capable of not burying the lead? Do they get fired if they insist upon laying information out based on what readers want to know first? Is there an unwritten editorial command insisting each sentence must end with an implicit “don’t change the channel; tune in next sentence and see what happens!”

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  14. @Danindc
    That guy's (??) face is disturbing.

    Yes, he resembles the creepy toy monkey that bangs cymbals. Perhaps that’s the nature of his activism?

    https://giphy.com/gifs/clapping-monkey-skype-k5cnWfaRTPgze

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  15. NOTA says:

    The nice thing about taking on hopeless causes is that nobody can condemn you for not winning them.

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  16. @Cagey Beast
    - Artisanal sabotage
    - Bespoke assault
    - Curated libel and slander
    - Locally crafted weaponry
    - 100% organic pepper sprays
    - Gluten-free, hypoallergenic molotov cocktails
    - Personalized no-platforming
    - Full body bat massages

    -Vegan disguises
    -Small-batch unpersoning

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