I just read Vox Day's new book SJW's Always Lie. It's an ebook on Kindle. I can't recommend it highly enough.
Day (aka Theodore Beale) has had his share of run-ins with the libtard thought police (Beale has been a major player in GamerGate), and he's a very smart and ballsy guy who really understands SJW's (Social Justice Warriors).
I'll try to post more on the book, but I should briefly mention his three Laws of SJW's:
1) SJW's always lie. They lie because their entire plan is to advance the Narrative, and the Narrative is their religion. The Narrative has no necessary connection to the truth; it is only a means of advancing their power and satisfying their egos. If there is a transient conjunction with an aspect of the Narrative and the truth (which is rare), it is accidental and still basically a lie.
SJW's always lie.
2) SJW's always double-down. Because SJW's always lie, and because the Narrative is never about any aspect of the truth, when SJW's are caught lying, they merely intensify the lies. They always double-down, even when caught red-handed lying. The Narrative must be protected at all times, and the SJW response to refutation of the Narrative is always more intense Narrative--more intense lying.
3) SJW's always project. This is a very important observation, and one that I have noticed for a while. It's quite remarkable: when an SJW is accusing an opponent of something--racism or lying or incompetence or whatever-- it is almost invariable that the accusation is precisely what the SJW himself is doing. There are no more flagrant racists in America than progressive Democrats, yet to be a progressive Democrat necessarily entails calling everyone else a racist. There is no one more responsible for gun crime in the U.S. than progressive Democrats--they govern and populate every crime-infested city and they create gun-free zones in which spree shooters can kill so easily and successfully--yet progressive Democrats accuse everyone but themselves of being responsible for gun violence. The list of SJW projections is endless. I have my own rule: if you want to know what a SJW is up to, just note what he's accusing you of. It's a remarkably reliable indicator of his motives.
Please buy Beale's book. It's a superb insight into SJW tactics and worldview, and it contains excellent strategies for dealing with SJW attacks. I'll try to post more on it.
"They lie because their entire plan is to advance the Narrative, and the Narrative is their religion."
Ooooh... the NARRATIVE!
A grand conspiracy, or the idea of giving a more fair shake to people regardless of the circumstances of their birth.
Sounds crazy! Especially to a a White Nationalist like Theodore Beale.
The same Theodore Beale that said the attack on Malala Yousafzai and acid attacks on women would be justified if they helped keep women in the home? That guy wrote a book denouncing the idea of giving people a fair shake?
Give me a break Michael. I'll take you at your word that you have some faith embedded within your politics. That being the case, why don't you go to your priest for some mental health work. You need it if you're advancing the agenda of someone as odious as Teddy Beale.
Sometimes the Narrative fits nicely in a combox. I've heard all of the SJW condemnations of Beale's views, and each time I look into it, it turns out that you lied and in fact Beale was saying something quite different and quite insightful.
As I recall, Beale's view on Malala wasn't that it is ok to throw acid in girls' faces, but that there are genuine issues with modern liberal societies that can lead to destruction of those societies. Beale is a strong opponent of the current strains of radical feminism, and he brings up important points.
I point out that it is you libtards who brought Islamic violence into Europe with your multicultural crap, and it is the Left, not the Right, that allies with Muslim thugs.
Beale has you guys nailed.
"Beale is a strong opponent of the current strains of radical feminism, and he brings up important points."Delete
I've never heard Malala called a radical feminist before. I didn't know that thinking that women should be entitled to an education was a radical idea. You must really be popular with the female doctors.
[You must really be popular with the female doctors.]Delete
More popular than you are with your neighbors with cerebral palsy.
"As I recall, Beale's view on Malala wasn't that it is ok to throw acid in girls' faces, but that there are genuine issues with modern liberal societies that can lead to destruction of those societies. Beale is a strong opponent of the current strains of radical feminism, and he brings up important points. "
Important points, ha? Like cleverly replacing the N-word with Vibrant? That was "important". Then again, he does say that blacks are genetically inferior to whites (intellectually anyway - don't want to put words in his mouth!), and I guess that's also "important".
But let's see the quote about Malala:
"Ironically, in light of the strong correlation between female education and demographic decline, a purely empirical perspective on Malala Yousafzai, the poster girl for global female education, may indicate that the Taliban's attempt to silence her was perfectly rational and scientifically justifiable. "
This IS important! We have to realize that women should not be educated, and when seen from THAT perspective I guess it's OK to say something this inhuman and repulsive.
He also said more important stuff about women 's role in society that is quite important:
"“a few acid-burned faces is a small price to pay for lasting marriages, stable families, legitimate children, low levels of debt, strong currencies, affordable housing, homogenous populations, low levels of crime, and demographic stability"
Again, important stuff.
How can you defend this guy Michael? It's sick.You can be a conservative and not defend this tripe.
"I've read Beale's post, and he raises important issues about Western civilization and about libtard hypocrisy."Delete
And Hitler built the autobahn, and Mussolini got the trains running on time.
Michael (I think)? I'll take this as meaning you're having login issue.
"Again, fuck your Narrative. "
"And you own Chicago, libtard asshole. "
"racist libtard asshole like you. "
"And you're sounding like a horrenedous Islamaphobe"
I said something racist? Or Islamaphobic? Well, no - but I see that you're mad.
Listen Michael - I'm not going to call you all sorts of horrible things. But you are defending a white nationalist who said all of the things I've pasted here and at Neurologica. That's just a fact. He is on record as saying blacks are intellectually inferior. Again - these are simply facts that cannot be changed and that are not in dispute.
You need to ask yourself why you are defending someone like this. I think at some level, you know it's wrong and that's why you're getting so angry. Again, you can be a conservative Catholic and still not fall in line with people like Beale.
All kidding aside, sometimes in life you have to make a choice. For whatever other disagreements I may have with you, I hope you choose turn away from this kind of unambiguous hatred, racism, and misogyny.
I've answered as soon as I stopped vomiting.
Again, fuck your Narrative. I like many things Beale says, not all. That would be true of everyone I say something good about.
I oppose white nationalism with the same vigor I oppose black nationalism or any racial nationalism. You liberals are the race-mongers and the identity-politics peddlers, not me.
I do believe that Christian civilization is a very good thing, and I support it emphatically, but there is nothing racial about it. To the extent Beale hawks racial identity, I utterly reject that, but to the extent he hawks Christian cultural identity, I support that.
The "how can you defend someone like that" is one of the slimier tricks of the SJW Narrative--SJW's being inveterately racist (how many SJW's voted for Obama primarily because of his race?).
My support for some of Beale's viewpoints is clear, as I've stated in my posts. I like a lot of what the guy says, and I only stand by what I like.
If you have a problem with Beale, take it up with him. I don't work for him.
And how could you support a fellow like Obama, who spent 20 years in Jerimiah Wright's church and started his political career in the living room of serial bombers.
Let's play the "How can you support him" game.
Rule # 3: SJW's always project.
Your sad political catch-phrases and trite hyper-partisan talking points cannot change reality. You are embracing a white nationalist and saying you like everything but the racism.
You're not angry at me, Michael. You're angry at yourself. The hate feels good most of the time, but occasionally your conscience raises up and the anger and psychological schism pour forth.
This is what happens when you embrace hate and you're not a psychopath.
Beale gets a free ride on your et al. backs because he is one.
[You're not angry at me, Michael. You're angry at yourself. The hate feels good most of the time, but occasionally your conscience raises up and the anger and psychological schism pour forth.This is what happens when you embrace hate and you're not a psychopath.]Delete
It's like having a blog war with Dr. Phil.
"if you want to know what a SJW is up to, just note what he's accusing you of. It's a remarkably reliable indicator of his motives."
And just look at how ridiculous this is. You think liberals WANT bad outcomes? Don't you think it's a little truer to say they want good outcomes but that their policies are misguided?
Do you really think 1/2 of the people in your country are out for a worse society?
It's just hateful. People on the left do this as well, of course. Doesn't make it any less stupid.
[You think liberals WANT bad outcomes?]Delete
Of course you do. That's why you hype Trayvon Martin and Ferguson and Baltimore and turn local tragedies into race riots.
Without fear and poverty and hate, Liberals wouldn't have anything to leverage for power. You wouldn't have a Narrative.
But this is the purview of the hyper-politico of any stripe.ReplyDelete
Hatefulness and blind devotion. You attachment to Beale speaks to that. As long as he hates liberals enough you love him. Racism, encouraging acid attacks, whatever. The most important thing to you isn't Jesus or fetuses or any of theat. It's HATRED FOR LIBERALS!!!!
It's just silly . It's nonsense.
Did you vote for Obama?
This is crass and beside the point, but the first time yes, the second time no.
It's beside the point. You really believe I want bad things for my family and friends? I mean, I don't think you want bad things, or a bad society. Half the country is conservative, and I differ with them on their prescriptions.
But do I think they're ill-intended? Of course not! They WANT their kids to grow up in a shitty world? They don't love their parents and spouses?
You et al. hyper-politico types are literally beyond belief! You'll embrace monsters if they have the same positions as you, and you'll regard your neighbors and friends as ghouls trying to hurt themselves and their own children if they don't.
Did you vote for Obama?Delete
"That's why you hype Trayvon Martin and Ferguson and Baltimore and turn local tragedies into race riots. "ReplyDelete
The other annoying group-thin of the hyper-politico is the assuming your positions on everything. Very annoying, and innaccurate to boot.
Liberal Democrat hyping of tragedies had nothing at all to do with the race riots in Ferguson and Baltimore.
You do remember, Steve, how all of that racial unrest took place in the run-up to elections, when Dems needed large black turnout?Delete
When Obama's senior advisor on race relations Al Sharpton traveled around stirring up fear and hate?
Not that it means that Liberals want bad things to happen. It just always seems to turn out that way. Odd how that happens...
You can't even hear right you're so wired for politics.ReplyDelete
You don't know what I think about Ferguson. And I can tell you - it's wrong. I'm also not a democrat. You can't listen to people because you're a hype-politico.
It's sort of sad.
...so you voted for Obama.Delete
It's sort of sad.
There's deeper and more profound things in life than politics. Maybe you should try and be a little less hateful of people and stop believing that they want bad things for themselves and their families.ReplyDelete
Again, you really could use some guidance from your priest on this issue,