“I just wanted to say, even though I love to fight, we all need to fight together against hatred.
And as I look around this arena, I pray for every race, religion, and gender that we can all live together in peace.
Please join me in a moment of silence as we strive to end intolerance in our time.” — Xander Stone, Cobra Kai
The verynext scene, in response to Xander’s speech, Johnny Lawrence of the Cobra Kai dojo tells Miguel (his star pupil who will face Xander in a fight):
“Kick that pansy bitch in the face.”
Is it really this simple?
Is this how you deal with the anti-white, SJW narrative (never forget: the SJW sprouted because the anti-white narrative was planted long ago and has deep, deep roots in all aspects of America culture)?
In this late hour, we learn the true hero of the 1980s film Karate Kid was Johnny Lawrence and Cobra Kai all along.
When your highest virtue is equality, you embrace mediocrity as the purported noblest goal of civilization.