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First they came for Betsy Ross and the flag she designed.

Now they come for the “Don’t Tread on Me” Flag as yet another reminder of white America’s irredeemable past that must be erased.

Enter Chris Pratt, one of the most bankable gentile white male action stars in Hollywood. He’s been attacked for saying “blue collar” American stories aren’t depicted in Hollywood films, and now he’s being attacked as a racist for wearing a “Don’t Tread on Me” Flag shirt. [Chris Pratt criticised for ‘white supremacist’ T-shirt, Yahoo.com, July 16, 2019]:

Chris Pratt is facing criticism over a T-shirt he was pictured wearing featuring a controversial symbol.

The Marvel star’s top shows the American flag with a coiled snake over the top and a message underneath which reads “Don’t Tread On Me.”

The writing and snake combo on its own is depicted on the Gadsden flag; a symbol created by Christopher Gadsden, a Charleston-born brigadier general in the Continental Army.

It came to prominence during the Revolutionary War of the US by colonists who wanted independence from Great Britain.

Although it is one of the symbols and flags used by the U.S. Men’s Soccer Team, Metallica, as well as some libertarian groups, over the years the flag has been adopted by Far Right political groups like the Tea Party, as well as gun-toting supporters of the Second Amendment.

It has therefore become a symbol of more conservative and far right individuals and, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the US, it also is “sometimes interpreted to convey racially-tinged messages in some contexts.”

It’s why some people are critical of Pratt wearing a T-shirt featuring the Gadsden flag iconography.

Many have posted their feelings about it on Twitter.

All of America’s past must be reclassified as nothing more than racist, a platform for white people in the present to use their past to discriminate against non-whites in the future (check out the excellent book Erasing America: Losing Our Future by Destroying Our Past).

So it must be dismantled brick by brick: if whites have no past they can celebrate in the present, then they have no future.

 
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  1. if people can’t understand what the flag means it literally absolutely had nothing to do with racism but if they can’t understand that then who gives a fuck

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    You don’t seem to get it, Steve... they can deem a can of soup racist and the media will broadcast it for them.

    It’s about stripping America bare.

    It has nothing to do with history or accuracy.
  2. Future Wikipedia entry:

    Decaucasianization was the campaign of political repressions, arrests, and executions of millions of prosperous Whites and their families occuring in the United States in the years 2029–2032. The program facilitated the expropriations of property and payment of reparations to persons of color. No longer a political majority Whites were portrayed by the US government as class enemies of the USA.

  3. The answer to the (((left’s))) endless hyperventilating–most of it fake–should be: so what?

    In 3 years or less, shitlibs will be attacking EVERY US flag as RAYSISS. Don’t want to make orcs uncomfortable while they rob and rape.

    • Agree: brandybranch
    • Replies: @AnalogMan
    No. The answer should be "Hell, yeah!"

    I'm a racist. A racist is someone who believes in race: that it is a biological reality, based in differential evolution of groups separated on different continents during their evolution, and that it has implications for behaviour.

    I'm also a sexist. I believe that sex is a biological reality (not a "social construct") which also has implications for behaviour.

    Gender, on the other hand, is a grammatical construct. Words have gender; people don't.

    Stop accepting their twisted world view as the standard. Proudly proclaim your own. We are right, they are wrong.
  4. A few years ago, he triggered social justice warriors nationwide when he posted a video of his son reciting the pledge of allegiance on their bucolic front porch.

    The Pledge itself is highly questionable, being the work of the “Christian Socialist” Bellamys.
    “Republic” should be in the plural. The Creator didn’t show up until the 1950s.

    • Replies: @Piglet
    I agree. We were taught to recite the pledge as kids, when we were young and impressionable, without giving a second thought to what we were really saying and what the words meant. We get warm and fuzzy feelings and we get dreamy-eyed when we recite the pledge, associating it with everything that is good, moral, patriotic, etc. What we are really doing, however, is making a loyalty oath to the state (not what it should be, but what it really is), and that is not an action that should be taken by free people. It should be the other way around – the state should be loyal to us, but readers of this forum know that is obviously not the case.

    Even thinking such thoughts about the pledge will annoy and even enrage a lot of people, and I understand that. I started out the same way, but just as with race realism, over time I opened my eyes.

    Lewrockwell.com has some very good articles on this matter.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2003/03/james-perry/what-i-expect-my-child-to-learn-from-not-saying-the-pledge-of-allegiance/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/the-pledge-of-allegiance-is-more-socialist-than-you-thought/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/patriotism-socialism/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2006/10/allen-d-macneill/to-whom-do-we-owe-ourallegiance/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2005/09/alan-bock/the-pledge-the-real-objection/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2003/10/thomas-dilorenzo/pledging-allegiance/
  5. Symbols are interesting items. The rabid self-righteous SJWs seem to think if someone they don’t agree with uses a symbol, it cannot be used by anyone. In spite of its historicity this icon or symbol must be dropped in the memory hole.

    I look at this behavior the way I regard the rainbow. The rainbow began as a sign of God’s covenant with the human race. This was a sign of His promise to not destroy the world by water again. Just because degenerate sodomites have adopted it as the symbol of their embrace of the ultimate state of human degeneracy and being given over to a reprobate mind I do not discard this symbol. Instead I laugh at them because in their proud display of rebellion they are displaying a sign the One Who made and sustains all things has given to remind us of His promise.

    • Agree: Love Street
  6. It will likely be the flag flown, along with the join or die one, during the CW2.

  7. Being white is racist.

  8. Anon[805] • Disclaimer says:

    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the US, it also is “sometimes interpreted to convey racially-tinged messages in some contexts.”

    For Pete’s sake. What useless creature sought to justify their eight hour day on the federal dime with that invention?

    According to the logic of the yahoo article, the goal is to taboo anything that represents conservatism. And as the other commenters state, the extrapolated logic mandates that eventually includes White people in general.

    The proper troll of this logic would be for a significant number of “Far” Right groups to cycle through symbolism as fast as possible, leading to a ridiculous number of tabooed symbols that makes the taboo strategy farcical in the public eye. The more generalized the symbol (and therefore applicable to the general public in terms of their active avoidance), the better.

    For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media “hey look what the nazis are doing” articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example).

    There is nothing like coopted normie rage.

    There is a never ending supply of symbols to troll them into tabooing. It would be a good counter-strategy to their craven and racist anti-White strategy and attack on heritage symbolism.

    • Replies: @PO'd in PG County
    "For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media “hey look what the nazis are doing” articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example)."

    I've thought about this, myself. For instance, Nike is the darling of the SJWs these days, and as a result, has taken a lot of flack from conservatives and the like. Well, what if the Right groups started wearing Nike apparel, appropriating it for their own? However, do NOT buy it new, from the store. Instead, try to get it used...thrift stores, yard sales, eBay, etc. That way you're flaunting it, giving ammo to these media groups, hurting Nike in the process, but not actually giving any of your money to Nike.

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don't buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they've had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don't they?
  9. @Reg Cæsar

    A few years ago, he triggered social justice warriors nationwide when he posted a video of his son reciting the pledge of allegiance on their bucolic front porch.
     
    The Pledge itself is highly questionable, being the work of the "Christian Socialist" Bellamys.
    "Republic" should be in the plural. The Creator didn't show up until the 1950s.

    I agree. We were taught to recite the pledge as kids, when we were young and impressionable, without giving a second thought to what we were really saying and what the words meant. We get warm and fuzzy feelings and we get dreamy-eyed when we recite the pledge, associating it with everything that is good, moral, patriotic, etc. What we are really doing, however, is making a loyalty oath to the state (not what it should be, but what it really is), and that is not an action that should be taken by free people. It should be the other way around – the state should be loyal to us, but readers of this forum know that is obviously not the case.

    Even thinking such thoughts about the pledge will annoy and even enrage a lot of people, and I understand that. I started out the same way, but just as with race realism, over time I opened my eyes.

    Lewrockwell.com has some very good articles on this matter.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2003/03/james-perry/what-i-expect-my-child-to-learn-from-not-saying-the-pledge-of-allegiance/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/the-pledge-of-allegiance-is-more-socialist-than-you-thought/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/patriotism-socialism/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2006/10/allen-d-macneill/to-whom-do-we-owe-ourallegiance/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2005/09/alan-bock/the-pledge-the-real-objection/

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2003/10/thomas-dilorenzo/pledging-allegiance/

  10. I have a friend who is quite liberal in many ways but also loves history. I gave him both a Confederate Stars & Bars flag and a Gadsden flag. Even he admitted that he wouldn’t be able to display either flag in his home because if any of his liberal leaning friends came over, they’d all throw a massive fit and condemn him for even having them. So, he keeps them hidden away in a drawer. That’s the tolerant left for you. Even being a history buff won’t protect you from their outrage.

    It wouldn’t surprise me if the leftists one day want all such flags (even those in museums) to be taken out and burned in the street and erased from memory. Hell, a lot of them already scream that the flag of the United States is a racist flag and needs to go too.

    There’s one hell of a storm on the horizon and a long, dark cloud coming down. Prepare.

  11. @Anon

    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the US, it also is “sometimes interpreted to convey racially-tinged messages in some contexts.”
     
    For Pete's sake. What useless creature sought to justify their eight hour day on the federal dime with that invention?

    According to the logic of the yahoo article, the goal is to taboo anything that represents conservatism. And as the other commenters state, the extrapolated logic mandates that eventually includes White people in general.

    The proper troll of this logic would be for a significant number of "Far" Right groups to cycle through symbolism as fast as possible, leading to a ridiculous number of tabooed symbols that makes the taboo strategy farcical in the public eye. The more generalized the symbol (and therefore applicable to the general public in terms of their active avoidance), the better.

    For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media "hey look what the nazis are doing" articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example).

    There is nothing like coopted normie rage.

    There is a never ending supply of symbols to troll them into tabooing. It would be a good counter-strategy to their craven and racist anti-White strategy and attack on heritage symbolism.

    “For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media “hey look what the nazis are doing” articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example).”

    I’ve thought about this, myself. For instance, Nike is the darling of the SJWs these days, and as a result, has taken a lot of flack from conservatives and the like. Well, what if the Right groups started wearing Nike apparel, appropriating it for their own? However, do NOT buy it new, from the store. Instead, try to get it used…thrift stores, yard sales, eBay, etc. That way you’re flaunting it, giving ammo to these media groups, hurting Nike in the process, but not actually giving any of your money to Nike.

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don’t buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they’ve had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don’t they?

    • Replies: @Feedsackroad

    For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months...
     
    Considering the history of Red Shirts in the South circa 1870-1880 it's just a matter of time before the hissy-fit brigade deems red shirts as racist.

    http://www.scencyclopedia.org/sce/entries/red-shirts/
    , @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don’t buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they’ve had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don’t they?
     
    Don't forget to tie up the john for 20 or 30 minutes. Just make sure that you bring plenty of Clorox wipes to counteract all of the drug needles, negroes, and homosexual activity that took place before you locked the door. Bring a good book.
  12. All of America’s past must be reclassified as nothing more than racist, a platform for white people in the present to use their past to discriminate against non-whites in the future (check out the excellent book Erasing America: Losing Our Future by Destroying Our Past).

    So it must be dismantled brick by brick: if whites have no past they can celebrate in the present, then they have no future.

    As always, how about a solution instead of stating the problem…over and over again.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
    Still a message worth repeating, even in a miniscule echo chamber of a handful of websites.

    Minus solutions, you could spend several lifetimes devoted just to awakening Whites to their current global minority status and pending persecution.
  13. @PO'd in PG County
    "For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media “hey look what the nazis are doing” articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example)."

    I've thought about this, myself. For instance, Nike is the darling of the SJWs these days, and as a result, has taken a lot of flack from conservatives and the like. Well, what if the Right groups started wearing Nike apparel, appropriating it for their own? However, do NOT buy it new, from the store. Instead, try to get it used...thrift stores, yard sales, eBay, etc. That way you're flaunting it, giving ammo to these media groups, hurting Nike in the process, but not actually giving any of your money to Nike.

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don't buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they've had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don't they?

    For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months…

    Considering the history of Red Shirts in the South circa 1870-1880 it’s just a matter of time before the hissy-fit brigade deems red shirts as racist.

    http://www.scencyclopedia.org/sce/entries/red-shirts/

  14. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    Internet trolls have already proven that if they can get enough online buzz going, they can get the media, and thus the culture at large, to declare literally any symbol they choose to be associated with “right wing extremists” and “white supremacists” and made verboten. Absurd as it may seem, displaying “Pepe the frog” memes and the “OK” hand gesture are now arrestable offenses as “hate crimes” in many parts of the country. So the “red T-shirt/blue T-shirt” game someone alluded to above has already been played.

    Someone else proposed using the symbol of a big left-wing run corporation like Nike in these ways to get it similarly outlawed. The problem is that this would never work. The media will revert to telling the truth to avoid getting one of their symbols banned just because it was dubiously associated with a “white supremacist” somewhere. They will temporarily admit that just because one person with questionable social media posts wore a Nike t-shirt in their pictures, it doesn’t mean that everyone who wears Nike is also guilty of “hate crimes”. And thus the matter will be closed forever, and they will go on to employ the same flawed logic they just derided to ban “real symbols of hate”, like the American flag.

    • Replies: @Chaugnar Faugn
    The don't tread on me with the snake flag is primarily associated with John Paul Jones. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Jones was a slave trader. Still, the SJWs probably don't know that and anyway that shouldn't compromise the cool flag, anyway.

    But I don't know of any place in the country you can get arrested for the OK hand sign or the Pepe the frog meme unless you spray paint it or something. Please fill me in on this because, if what you say is true, we need to straighten some people out real quick.
  15. Today I really don’t give a shit… Its hot and its humid. So don’t tread on me.
    I just got a great bottle of gin from Scotland delivered today.
    It’s Martini Tuesday for this man. Ice cold and refreshing.
    I will watch the internet news tickers from afar as the lefties fall further into madness trying to impeach the orange. “I Believe They Can Fly”…lol..
    Oh… just one more thing… The Canadian feds just let let Chrysler of the hook for 500 mill in loans.
    Taxpayers funding billion dollar company criminals. It really is all gonna come crashing down real soon. Mmmmm .. popcorn…

    • LOL: Love Street
    • Replies: @bruce county
    ya I know .. its Wednesday. Must be the moose.
  16. @bruce county
    Today I really don't give a shit... Its hot and its humid. So don't tread on me.
    I just got a great bottle of gin from Scotland delivered today.
    It's Martini Tuesday for this man. Ice cold and refreshing.
    I will watch the internet news tickers from afar as the lefties fall further into madness trying to impeach the orange. "I Believe They Can Fly"...lol..
    Oh... just one more thing... The Canadian feds just let let Chrysler of the hook for 500 mill in loans.
    Taxpayers funding billion dollar company criminals. It really is all gonna come crashing down real soon. Mmmmm .. popcorn...

    ya I know .. its Wednesday. Must be the moose.

  17. @Steven mitchell
    if people can't understand what the flag means it literally absolutely had nothing to do with racism but if they can't understand that then who gives a fuck

    You don’t seem to get it, Steve… they can deem a can of soup racist and the media will broadcast it for them.

    It’s about stripping America bare.

    It has nothing to do with history or accuracy.

  18. There are some things that have meaning. There are some things that mean nothing.
    A quick read thru this one will have you asking, when will the Bat Shit Crazy Brigade be all over this story about where they met. They must be racists..The story is not fit to be printed.

    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/couple-married-for-71-years-dies-on-same-day/ar-AAEq8hH?li=AAggFp5

  19. @Anonymous
    Internet trolls have already proven that if they can get enough online buzz going, they can get the media, and thus the culture at large, to declare literally any symbol they choose to be associated with "right wing extremists" and "white supremacists" and made verboten. Absurd as it may seem, displaying "Pepe the frog" memes and the "OK" hand gesture are now arrestable offenses as "hate crimes" in many parts of the country. So the "red T-shirt/blue T-shirt" game someone alluded to above has already been played.

    Someone else proposed using the symbol of a big left-wing run corporation like Nike in these ways to get it similarly outlawed. The problem is that this would never work. The media will revert to telling the truth to avoid getting one of their symbols banned just because it was dubiously associated with a "white supremacist" somewhere. They will temporarily admit that just because one person with questionable social media posts wore a Nike t-shirt in their pictures, it doesn't mean that everyone who wears Nike is also guilty of "hate crimes". And thus the matter will be closed forever, and they will go on to employ the same flawed logic they just derided to ban "real symbols of hate", like the American flag.

    The don’t tread on me with the snake flag is primarily associated with John Paul Jones. Correct me if I’m wrong but I think Jones was a slave trader. Still, the SJWs probably don’t know that and anyway that shouldn’t compromise the cool flag, anyway.

    But I don’t know of any place in the country you can get arrested for the OK hand sign or the Pepe the frog meme unless you spray paint it or something. Please fill me in on this because, if what you say is true, we need to straighten some people out real quick.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    I know of a person that showed up at one of these "women's march/orangemanbad" rallies in an East Coast city and simply held a sign with Pepe the frog up during one of the speeches. He didn't say anything or get in anyone's face. Unfortunately, he didn't have any compatriots film what happened. He was a arrested for "disturbing the peace" after triggered SJWs went to the police observing the event and accused him of harrassing them. So while he wasn't convicted of holding up a particular sign, he was convicted of false charges which were fabricated by "witnesses" who simply did not like the symbol on his sign. The symbol identified him as a criminal in their minds and the police went along with whatever story they told.
  20. Will he or will he not cuck?

  21. Anonymous[327] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chaugnar Faugn
    The don't tread on me with the snake flag is primarily associated with John Paul Jones. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think Jones was a slave trader. Still, the SJWs probably don't know that and anyway that shouldn't compromise the cool flag, anyway.

    But I don't know of any place in the country you can get arrested for the OK hand sign or the Pepe the frog meme unless you spray paint it or something. Please fill me in on this because, if what you say is true, we need to straighten some people out real quick.

    I know of a person that showed up at one of these “women’s march/orangemanbad” rallies in an East Coast city and simply held a sign with Pepe the frog up during one of the speeches. He didn’t say anything or get in anyone’s face. Unfortunately, he didn’t have any compatriots film what happened. He was a arrested for “disturbing the peace” after triggered SJWs went to the police observing the event and accused him of harrassing them. So while he wasn’t convicted of holding up a particular sign, he was convicted of false charges which were fabricated by “witnesses” who simply did not like the symbol on his sign. The symbol identified him as a criminal in their minds and the police went along with whatever story they told.

  22. • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    If you’re on the street, you’re not ‘dirt bikin’.

    There is no more rule of law, folks.

    Today I made a right on red even though the sign said ‘no right on red’.

    Soon I’ll be cooking meth.
  23. A lab tech in Baltimore has been killed via “gun violence”. Apparently the methadone clinic which he’d worked at made him feel unsafe.

    Good thing he didn’t work in a racist white neighborhood!

    https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-caldwell-profile-20190716-oajjywslmfcmpjy7t3a3lqxuh4-story.html?outputType=amp

  24. @PO'd in PG County
    "For example, Right groups should adopt red t-shirts for six months, or however long it takes to draw enough Jew media “hey look what the nazis are doing” articles to reference for shaming purposes whenever a normie accidentally puts on a red t shirt. Then Right groups should immediately switch to blue to shirts and wait for the same effect (for example)."

    I've thought about this, myself. For instance, Nike is the darling of the SJWs these days, and as a result, has taken a lot of flack from conservatives and the like. Well, what if the Right groups started wearing Nike apparel, appropriating it for their own? However, do NOT buy it new, from the store. Instead, try to get it used...thrift stores, yard sales, eBay, etc. That way you're flaunting it, giving ammo to these media groups, hurting Nike in the process, but not actually giving any of your money to Nike.

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don't buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they've had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don't they?

    Better yet, start hanging out at StarCucks, while wearing that Nike apparel. But don’t buy anything. After all, with all this diversity training they’ve had, they welcome ALL races these days, to come hang out without buying anything, don’t they?

    Don’t forget to tie up the john for 20 or 30 minutes. Just make sure that you bring plenty of Clorox wipes to counteract all of the drug needles, negroes, and homosexual activity that took place before you locked the door. Bring a good book.

  25. @De'Tastrophe
    https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2019/07/16/dirt-bikes-baltimore-could-it-ends-beef/amp/

    If you’re on the street, you’re not ‘dirt bikin’.

    There is no more rule of law, folks.

    Today I made a right on red even though the sign said ‘no right on red’.

    Soon I’ll be cooking meth.

  26. another non issue..i bought my “dont tread on me” flag at walmart….i wish these idiots would mind thier own buisness..we can say ,think and wear what we please..nothing more than adult crybabies

  27. Well, I’ve had a comment stuck in moderation, now, for two days. I feel like the transporter room is malfunctioning and the comment’s just hanging there in space, with Scotty helpless to effect repairs. Would like to see it scrapped or printed – its oxygen supply is about up, things look bad, and the moose is tightening. Yeah, I know: Augustus is rubbing off.
    So while I’m waiting, here’s a quick bit of humor:

    If you hold a mothball in your right hand and a mothball in your left hand, what do you have?

    Answer: A really big moth!

    Post script: after four days the post died. Yeah, I know, guys, don’t take it so hard.

    • Replies: @Sam
    Have you been watching those old Japanese monster movies again??
  28. Might just be a really, really bad time to admit to membership in the Sons of the American Revolution or even the Daughters of for that matter.

  29. @Sick of Orcs
    The answer to the (((left's))) endless hyperventilating--most of it fake--should be: so what?

    In 3 years or less, shitlibs will be attacking EVERY US flag as RAYSISS. Don't want to make orcs uncomfortable while they rob and rape.

    No. The answer should be “Hell, yeah!”

    I’m a racist. A racist is someone who believes in race: that it is a biological reality, based in differential evolution of groups separated on different continents during their evolution, and that it has implications for behaviour.

    I’m also a sexist. I believe that sex is a biological reality (not a “social construct”) which also has implications for behaviour.

    Gender, on the other hand, is a grammatical construct. Words have gender; people don’t.

    Stop accepting their twisted world view as the standard. Proudly proclaim your own. We are right, they are wrong.

  30. Many years ago in Laurel, MD (at their indoor mall) I saw a young white man. This was in the says when many blacks were wearing their “Malcom X” shirts. This young white guy had a shirt with a Confederate flag and lettering which said, “You wear your X, I’ll wear mine”

    Classic!

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    Used up my Agree for this hour, but I LOVE it!
  31. @Realist

    All of America’s past must be reclassified as nothing more than racist, a platform for white people in the present to use their past to discriminate against non-whites in the future (check out the excellent book Erasing America: Losing Our Future by Destroying Our Past).

    So it must be dismantled brick by brick: if whites have no past they can celebrate in the present, then they have no future.
     
    As always, how about a solution instead of stating the problem...over and over again.

    Still a message worth repeating, even in a miniscule echo chamber of a handful of websites.

    Minus solutions, you could spend several lifetimes devoted just to awakening Whites to their current global minority status and pending persecution.

  32. Minus solutions, you could spend several lifetimes devoted just to awakening Whites to their current global minority status and pending persecution.

    Which by then, would be superfluous.

  33. @Oil 'n Water
    Well, I’ve had a comment stuck in moderation, now, for two days. I feel like the transporter room is malfunctioning and the comment’s just hanging there in space, with Scotty helpless to effect repairs. Would like to see it scrapped or printed - its oxygen supply is about up, things look bad, and the moose is tightening. Yeah, I know: Augustus is rubbing off.
    So while I’m waiting, here’s a quick bit of humor:

    If you hold a mothball in your right hand and a mothball in your left hand, what do you have?

    Answer: A really big moth!


    Post script: after four days the post died. Yeah, I know, guys, don’t take it so hard.

    Have you been watching those old Japanese monster movies again??

    • LOL: Oil 'n Water
  34. This was a purposeful and staged photo op / incident.

    Chris Pratt has been selected by the King Makers as a future Republican Senator/Governor/President. This is all part of the plan.

    Chris Pratt married a Schwarzenegger (ultimate Establishment family) and ever sense has been doing things in the public eye to appeal to the Republican base.

    From him quoting the Bible to wearing a Gadsden Flag t-shirt, everything about Chris Pratt is fake and is done strategically to appeal to conservatives.

    News flash: if Chris Pratt was anything close to a legit conservative, he wouldn’t have divorced his prior wife to marry a Schwarzenegger.

    Don’t be fooled.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    Thanks Larry.

    I had already stopped at ‘actor’ and ‘Hollywood ‘.
    , @De'Tastrophe
    News flash: Many "legitimate conservatives" have a history of serial marriage/divorce. From our current president through many Rethuglicrat (Republican) congressmen, we see a history of seeing the almighty dollar as the be-all end-all of human development. And don't forget popular pundits like Rush "Got caught coming back to the USA with someone else's Viagra from a known hive of sex-tourism" Limbaugh.

    I'm a former liberal but I know enough to spot a corrupt bastard who'd sell me up the river in a heartbeat. None of these professional politicians have the moral high ground on any regular reader or poster of this blog.

    Ex-New Yorker for president!

  35. @De'Tastrophe
    Many years ago in Laurel, MD (at their indoor mall) I saw a young white man. This was in the says when many blacks were wearing their "Malcom X" shirts. This young white guy had a shirt with a Confederate flag and lettering which said, "You wear your X, I'll wear mine"

    Classic!

    Used up my Agree for this hour, but I LOVE it!

  36. @Larry
    This was a purposeful and staged photo op / incident.

    Chris Pratt has been selected by the King Makers as a future Republican Senator/Governor/President. This is all part of the plan.

    Chris Pratt married a Schwarzenegger (ultimate Establishment family) and ever sense has been doing things in the public eye to appeal to the Republican base.

    From him quoting the Bible to wearing a Gadsden Flag t-shirt, everything about Chris Pratt is fake and is done strategically to appeal to conservatives.

    News flash: if Chris Pratt was anything close to a legit conservative, he wouldn't have divorced his prior wife to marry a Schwarzenegger.

    Don't be fooled.

    Thanks Larry.

    I had already stopped at ‘actor’ and ‘Hollywood ‘.

  37. @Larry
    This was a purposeful and staged photo op / incident.

    Chris Pratt has been selected by the King Makers as a future Republican Senator/Governor/President. This is all part of the plan.

    Chris Pratt married a Schwarzenegger (ultimate Establishment family) and ever sense has been doing things in the public eye to appeal to the Republican base.

    From him quoting the Bible to wearing a Gadsden Flag t-shirt, everything about Chris Pratt is fake and is done strategically to appeal to conservatives.

    News flash: if Chris Pratt was anything close to a legit conservative, he wouldn't have divorced his prior wife to marry a Schwarzenegger.

    Don't be fooled.

    News flash: Many “legitimate conservatives” have a history of serial marriage/divorce. From our current president through many Rethuglicrat (Republican) congressmen, we see a history of seeing the almighty dollar as the be-all end-all of human development. And don’t forget popular pundits like Rush “Got caught coming back to the USA with someone else’s Viagra from a known hive of sex-tourism” Limbaugh.

    I’m a former liberal but I know enough to spot a corrupt bastard who’d sell me up the river in a heartbeat. None of these professional politicians have the moral high ground on any regular reader or poster of this blog.

    Ex-New Yorker for president!

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