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This Week In Social Justice | August 14th 2016

PREAMBLE

Dear loyal readers, yes all fifteen of you, sorry for the long gap in posting. I’m super busy these days and have been shifting my focus more towards my YouTube channel because, frankly, it makes significantly more money (I made a whole $7 last month, jealous?). This blog makes jack shit yo and eats up a lot of my time. But don’t fret, I am not abandoning it completely. I will do my best to write these Sunday posts every week, throw up the occasional cringe comp, and every now and then do a post on random subjects I want to talk about, when I can find the time. I won’t be committing to doing the weekly movie review for now because some the recent movies I’ve been watching like Ice Age 3 and Pete’s Dragon, well I just really have nothing to say about these movies in all honesty, so I’m not gonna devote an entire evening to throwing up a review when I’d rather be making a video on a topic that actually interests me. Anyway, that’s enough rambling, let’s get right into the news!

Sylville Smith

Milwaukee Burns

The national guard was “activated” in Milwaukee over the weekend as riots broke out following the shooting of armed career criminal, Sylville Smith. Spoiler alert, in a classic case of internalized white supremacy, the police officer was black. Rioters even went as far as lighting a gas station on fire, which is not something I would recommend, and at least one other person was shot during the riots. That person being an 18 year old white male.  These riots have been reported as some of the worst in recent years, with people being warned about getting too near to the action.

#MilwaukeeLootCrew

Pictured: Aggrieved citizen prepares to set out in search of redress.

There’s not really much to say about it at this point is there? It seems to me that this is just par for the course in the current year. One noteworthy aspect of this is that CNN reported the sister of the downed thug, Sherelle Smith, as calling for peace in the wake of the shooting.

“Don’t bring that violence here,” Smith said, sobbing as she lamented that she would never be able to again hug her brother.
Some racist shitlords have responded, in a typical display of white privilege, accusing CNN of decontextualizing Smith by not including the second half of her speech, where she bravely and nobly urged the crowd to storm into white suburbs and, and I’m quoting directly here, burn that shit down. She then went on in a display of logic that even I find difficult to refute saying “we need our weaves”.
 Milo being stalled by Twitter on his information request

Twitter Stalling #FreeMilo

If you watched my video about free speech on social networks, you’ll already be familiar with the fact that Milo Yiannopolous is pursuing his lawful options to obtain all information from Twitter in regards to his account and the banning thereof. In true weasel fashion Twitter is trying to avoid handing over the data by claiming that Milo lives in the US and by returning his letter requesting the info…to his UK address.

“Twitter International Company provides the Twitter Services to individuals who live outside the United States of America. We understand that you live in the United States,” said Twitter in their reply today, despite the fact that Yiannopoulos has permanent residence in the United Kingdom and remains a citizen there.

“As a result, we are not a data controller in respect of your personal data. Consequently, we will return your postal order, in the sum of €6.35, to you.”

I must say, Jack, this is a disgraceful display, even for you. It really makes one wonder what secrets might be revealed. We’ll definitely be keeping an eye on this one.

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton, Rapist, Feminist

The cognitive dissonance surrounding Hillary Clinton’s “feminist” presidential campaign is reaching comical levels this week. Apparently forgetting that the internet is written in ink, they were caught deleting the phrase “you have the right to be believed” from their campaign website, which, in typical Streisand Effect fashion, has simply brought more attention to their wiffle-waffle stance on rape.

clinton campaign scrubs "right to be believed"

But it only gets weirder from there. In what might be the only display of actual rape apologism I’ve seen in recent years, blogger and radical feminazi Rebecca Schoenkopf has written that there’s no reason to think a little thing like committing rape should make Bill Clinton a bad feminist.

To sum up, I think Bill Clinton could very well have raped Juanita Broaddrick; that it doesn’t make him an evil man, or irredeemable (I’m Catholic; we’re all forgiven, if we’re sorry, and Broaddrick says Bill Clinton personally called her up to apologize). It doesn’t even necessarily make him a bad feminist — you know, later, once he stops doing that.

To say the Clinton’s are failing dyed in the wool feminists would be an understatement at this point, yet not only are they lagging on women’s rights, but it seems they may need to read up on third wave intersectionality as well, as reports have emerged that based bigot Donald Trump has surpassed Hillary Clinton on gay rights with his plan to test all new immigrants to ensure that their values are in line with those of the West.

Trump’s plan is to introduce a screening process for prospective immigrants to the U.S., testing their ideological commitment to western values like women’s rights, gay rights, and religious pluralism.

fifty shades of grey

Fifty Shades of Incest

In the feel good story of the week, British defense barrister Cathy McCulloch has saved a man from a life in prison after his own daughter falsely accused him of raping her multiple times over the span of several years, when she discovered that the girls accusations were copied and pasted from the best selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey.

She had made the whole thing up because she was angry with her father and wanted to teach him a lesson. I asked her whether she had got all the ideas from 50 Shades of Grey. She confirmed this book, and others – which she named. After seven minutes we were finished.

Thank goodness there are still people out there that refuse to listen & believe. I mean, you know, providing you pay them ungodly sums of money.

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