Goad nails the weak-sister hysterics to a cross.
What’s gloriously hilarious to me is how little it takes to horrify and terrify them.
Actress Emma Watson wails about the “Horrifying Sexism She Has Faced In Her Daily Life.” Such tortures and torments include once being slapped on the butt and often feeling “scared walking home.”
Must be tough—much tougher than clitoridectomies or being the victim of an honor killing, because to suspect that such things are truly horrifying or terrifying would be Islamophobic.
“We Should All Be Terrified of Anti-Trans ‘Bathroom Bills,’” screeches an easily frightened writer for VICE, because it’s baselessly fearful to think some fat hairy perv may want to flash his hairy nutsack at your six-year-old daughter in the women’s bathroom while claiming “trans” rights.
German officials are “horrified at anti-migrant mobs” while appearing unfazed by migrant hordes committing mass rape in public squares.
A T-shirt that gently suggests women should say “no” rather than “maybe” if they aren’t interested in having sex with a guy is deemed “Horrifying”—much more so than, say, having your life destroyed by a false rape accusation, because we all know that’s a myth, anyway.
Weight Watchers’ new program encouraging a “holistic” approach to weight loss is described as a “horrifying” example of “fat-shaming”—far more horrifying than the sight of a naked 500-pound woman, obviously. In fact, anything that suggests it’s generally unhealthy for women to swell up to the size of sea lions is “horrifying,” and you’d have to be an incorrigible chubbophobe not to realize that.
The journey of an undocumented immigrant in America is “terrifying,” but somehow I suspect not nearly as terrifying as the ordeal I’d face if I were walking around in Mexico without ID while trying to game their welfare system.
Supporting links throughout, and he has plenty more examples, too. The conclusion to be drawn from all this?
That’s quite a lot of horror and terror for a group that so glibly tosses accusations of “paranoia” and “phobia” at its opponents while constantly charging them with engaging in the “politics of fear.”
Kindly forgive me for continuing to suspect that at its core, leftism is a huge act of psychological projection.
It’s laughable to be accused of wallowing in fear and phobia by a group of deluded losers who are deathly afraid of their own fucking shadows and who tremble in fear when confronted with nothing more than contrary ideas.
I could not possibly agree more with Jim’s last paragraph, which I didn’t include here. But trust me, you’ll like it.