“PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A transgender fifth-grader should have been allowed to use the girls’ bathroom, Maine’s highest court ruled Thursday, concluding that school officials violated state anti-discrimination law.
“‘Nicole’ Maines’ family and the Maine Human Rights Commission sued in 2009 after school officials required her to use a staff, not student, restroom.
“The Maine Supreme Judicial Court concluded that the Orono school district’s actions violated the Maine Human Rights Act, which bans discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, overturning a lower court’s ruling that the district acted within its discretion.”
No comment needed.
The Immigration Train Wreck No-One Can Stop – Ann Coulter: ” GOP CRAFTS PLAN TO WRECK THE COUNTRY, LOSE VOTERS”…
The two parties hate you, Whitey. HATE YOU.
How exciting! After years of never being in a movement in its ascendant phase, I am somehow suddenly one of the “cool kids” in the avant garde! Or, at least, not a band nerd being beaten up behind the stadium.
Some time ago, I wrote about how there is a semblance of ideological and intellectual coherence to the Anti-Cathedral movement if one knew how to look at it and that the hysterical critiques of so-called “Neo-reactionary” blogs were missing the point. When I wrote that piece, which was something of a defensive explanation of where we were coming from, I think I was underestimating how popular our thinking might end up being.
But I suppose it wasn’t occurring to me then how OBVIOUS the failures of egalitarianism and democracy and “dibersity” were to thinkers of even average calibre. I took for granted that the vast majority of people–especially Americans under 30–took Cultural Marxist bullshit for granted.
I think, however, that we may end up the next Yippies. By that I mean that our mindset may be where the Young Rebels come as the language of young rebellion–currently Leftist nonsense–ages out (and fails as policy) and youthful rebellion becomes an urgent struggle for cultural survival and not just a way to find a joint and a stoned blonde to screw.
Let us be ready.
Thug. The Left says it has become a “dog whistle” that Conservatives use instead of saying “n*gger.” Interestingly, not all uses of the word “thug” have come under fire.
Anyway, for your consideration:
The word “thug” has an interesting history, originally being a short form of “Thuggee.” The Thuggees were Hindu followers of the cult of Kali back during the pre-Raj period of British Rule in India, and their modus operandi was to ambush, strangle and rob travelers moving along India’s more secluded rural passages. They operated completely on faith, having developed a complicated system of omen-tracking and silent communication that guided them along. If a bird crowed a certain way, they turned left, if a wind blew the right kind of tree the right way, they might stop and wait.
And they ideally had to kill their victims without spilling any blood, using garrotes made by tying a heavy gold coin in the corner of a long handkerchief. They would often befriend their victims first, travelling along with them a way and gaining their trust before robbing and murdering them.
Once the Thuggees made the mistake of murdering British citizens and officials, they sealed their own doom. The Brits cracked down and hanged the Thuggees en masse, apparently not having heard of “tolerance” or that “diversity is a strength.”
Further Reading: The Thuggee Cult
In that Daily Beast article cited way up above, the author expresses outrage that that football player would be called a thug. It goes on to cite examples of Obama being called a thug by “racist” op-ed writers.
Now, I agree about the football player. He didn’t threaten anybody and didn’t use bad language. He acted like an idiot, not a thug. So maybe they have a point about him.
But Obama? Let’s recap how the Thuggees operated, shall we?
- Part of a bizarre death cult
- Worshiped an ugly, black goddess
- Faked friendliness to get victims to let their guard down before robbing them
- Strangled victims with weapons made of money
- Superstitiously obeyed a complicated system of undirected omens to make decisions
- Were wiped out once their conspiracies were uncovered
I’d say that in Obama’s case, it fits.