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Vegan tranny feminist SJW turns on PETA

Moar intersectionality, please!

And pass the buttered popcorn. 🙂

Like Chris, I think that person is right in attacking PETA, but then I think anyone is right in attacking PETA.

This reminds me a bit of the way Pinktober has gotten attacked from the Left; eventually, progs turn on their own, and start going after them, in ever narrower purity spirals.

Bring it! 🙂

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Bananas

More amusing insanity

Hey, shouldn’t Asians be offended by blacks being offended by bananas? They’re yellow, after all; isn’t that cultural appropriation? 😉

 

White polo shirts = white power?

You can’t make this shit up

The white polo shirt: how the alt-right co-opted a modern classic

From its roots in the worlds of polo and tennis, through Ralph Lauren and the rap scene, the white polo shirt is a garment loaded with aspiration. For the white supremacists who marched on Charlottesville, it acted, chillingly, as a uniform

Blah blah blah…

And remember, milk is now a ‘dog whistle’

Imagine how triggered they’d be if white men wore white polo shirts while drinking white milk…

Someone oughta organize a Million White Men White Shirt White Milk march… 😉

 

Belgium’s Minister of Health, Maggie de Block

From the land of waffles, chocolates and French fries…

 

Cyborgs, or the Mark of the Beast; take your pick…

What some have warned us about is coming to pass:

Wisconsin company offers microchip implants to employees

Company says it is first in United States to offer the technology to staff

A Wisconsin vending machine company is offering its employees a chance to have a microchip implanted in their hands that they could use to buy snacks, log in to computers or use the copy machine.

About 50 employees at Three Square Market have agreed to the optional implant of the chips, which are the approximate size and shape of a grain of rice, said Tony Danna, vice president of international sales at the River Falls-based company.

The company, which employs 85, said it was the first in the United States to offer staff the technology which is similar to that used by contactless credit cards and chips used to identify pets.

The implants made by Sweden’s BioHax International are part of a long-term test aimed to see if the radio-frequency identification chips could have broader commercial applications, Danna said.

“We’ve done the research and we’re pretty well educated about this,” Danna said in an interview.

The company is holding an Aug. 1 “chip party” where employees will have the device inserted between their forefinger and thumb using a syringe-like instrument.

The RFID chips use electromagnetic fields to communicate and can be read at a distance of no more than six inches (15 centimetres), Danna said.

Critics of using chips in humans include Nevada State Senator Becky Harris, who in February introduced legislation that would make forced installation of microchips illegal.

“It is possible to hack the information that is contained within the chips,” Harris told a state Senate judiciary committee meeting at the time.

The company’s CEO Todd Westby in a statement predicted the technology could become popular among companies.

“Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.,” he said.

Heaven help us…

 

Britain now led by a political corpse

Yep.

Perhaps this result had been her intent all along; after all, she had been a Remainder, not a Brexiter…

 

Either May miscalculated badly, or she intends to lose; the damned game is rigged everywhere…

Interesting:

Tom Goodenough comments on the latest YouGov survey:

There’s a nasty shock for the Tories in the Times this morning, with the paper publishing a YouGov poll suggesting the party could lose 20 seats at next week’s election. The estimate says that we could be heading for a hung parliament and that the Conservatives might fall 16 seats short of an overall majority.

It seems hard to believe that the Conservatives could fare that badly in the general election, but they have been conducting what is widely regarded to be one of the worst general election campaigns in decades. Compounding their earlier errors, May has announced that she won’t take part in the party leader debate, which has given Corbyn a perfect opening to participate in the debate while ridiculing her for ducking it.

[…]

The Conservatives had almost all the advantages going into this election, but they have run their campaign on the possibly fatal assumption that they couldn’t lose no matter what they did. They will probably still hang on to power, but May will have done real harm to her reputation with multiple reversals in just a few weeks. May has weakened her position at home by calling an election that she and her party weren’t fully prepared to fight, and she might end up sinking her government almost as soon as it began.

Like I had wondered, maybe that has been her intent, all along… To screw Britons over.

Either she’s a bumbling incompetent, or she’s deviously self-sabotaging.

The British political situation is very much analogous to the American one, at present:

In America, the Democrats are in complete disarray, and the Republicans control the House and the Senate and the presidency, yet despite all that, seem mostly politically impotent, unable to get their shit together (whether by accident or design), hell-bent on snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

In Britain, Labour is in complete disarray, with their deeply unpopular hard-left leader Jeremy Corbyn, and shouldn’t be any kind of threat to the Tories, but either through incompetence or malice, as with the GOP, May seems bent on self-destruction.

For that matter, here in Ontario, Canada, we have a deeply unpopular Liberal Premier, but the Ontario Tories have a shitty flip-flopping leader who isn’t in any position to become any kind of threat to the governing Liberals. And federally, while the bloom is off the rose, and Trudeau and the Liberals are no longer seen as unable to do wrong by Canadians, who grow increasingly tired of Prime Minister Selfie and his antics, what do the Tories do? Elect a clone of their last leader, showing they’ve learned nothing from their election loss. (I didn’t particularly like libertarian Mad Max, but at least he would have been something different…)

The game is rigged, throughout the Anglosphere. (And the West in general; witness France and the Netherlands, too…)

Only progs are allowed to enact their agenda; cons are cons, incompetent or self-sabotaging.

The ratchet only turns in one direction.

Bugger it all!

Burn it down.

Hit reset.

Start over.

Put not your trust in princes…