March 17, 2014

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Failed vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan faced the cocoa-butter-scented wrath of the Congressional Black Caucus last week after using his forked serpent tongue to spew the following hate-tinged rhetoric on a radio program:

[There’s a] tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value of work.

California Congresswoman Barbara Lee encouraged intolerance while wagging a disapproving black finger at Ryan:

My colleague Congressman Ryan’s comments about “inner city” poverty are a thinly veiled racial attack and cannot be tolerated….Let’s be clear, when Mr. Ryan says “inner city,” when he says, “culture,” these are simply code words for what he really means: “black.”

Pro-black website The Root published a handy guide to other seemingly benign but malevolently racist dog whistles such as “States’ Rights,” “Forced Busing,” “Cut Taxes,” “Law and Order,” “Welfare,” “Food Stamps,” and “Illegal Alien.”

In 1996, California voters approved a ballot measure that banned racial preferences in college admissions. Since then, “admission offers to black students have plunged 49 percent at UC Berkeley and 16 percent at UCLA.” But Asians, who comprise a mere 13 percent of California’s population, now account for 38 percent of undergraduates across the UC system. A new bill that would once again allow racial considerations in admissions is facing “an intense backlash” from Asian parents and politicians in the Golden State, who fear that such a measure would be detrimental to Asian students. According to US Census Bureau of Labor Statistics from 2010, Asians in America hold bachelor degrees at a rate nearly 20 percent higher than the US population as a whole, which is clearly the result of discrimination and racism, because any suggestion that intelligence has a genetic component has been forever debunked and discredited.

Black brain surgeon Ben Carson says the US is living in “a Gestapo age” that is “very much like Nazi Germany.” Carson, who came in third at CPAC’s recent presidential straw poll, claims that “We now live in a society where people are afraid to say what they actually believe.” During his CPAC speech, Carson said that Americans have been “beaten into submission by the PC policemen.”

Black comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele of the sketch comedy program Key & Peele co-wrote an opinion piece for TIME magazine that asked “When did America get so politically correct?”

To not make fun of something is, we believe, itself a form of bullying….The day we can make fun of a black lesbian dwarf with Down syndrome who’s in a wheelchair, and someone who isn’t a black lesbian dwarf with Down syndrome is able to laugh”€“instead of trying to protect the dwarf’s feelings”€“we can pack up our artificial larynxes and retire.

A Virginia politician whose pro-traditional-marriage organization has been smeared as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center”€”which is grossly misnamed, seeing as it’s allegedly sitting on a war chest of roughly a quarter-billion dollars, rakes in nearly $40 million a year, and doles out salaries topping $300K yearly”€”has filed papers subpoenaing the SPLC to divulge its precise criteria for designating organizations as “hate groups.” “They’ve lowered the bar on hate,” claims the litigant, Eugene Delgaudio of a conservative organization called Public Advocate of the United States. “It’s been established that it’s okay to persecute a public official simply because he believes in traditional values,” Delgaudio said.

A recent academic study”€”allegedly one of the first to scrutinize the SPLC’s ideological biases”€”claims the SPLC displays a stubborn anti-Christian animus in its designation of hate groups. The study, called “Watching the Watchers: The Neglect of Academic Analysis of Progressive Groups,” purports to be “a critique of the social biases within academia that preclude critical analysis of progressive social groups.”

Charmless and dog-faced SPLC spokesman Mark Potok insists that the SPLC’s targeting of anti-gay-marriage organizations as “hate groups” is accurate and claims that “The FRC [Family Research Council] and some of the other anti-LGBT groups portray gay people as sick, evil, perverted, incestuous, and a danger to the nation.” He made this statement when he wasn’t busy drawing a huge salary by portraying anyone who deviates from progressive dogma as sick, evil, perverted, incestuous, and a danger to the nation.

Eighteen-year-old gay British theater student Richard Kennedy recently caused a moral panic after posting gruesome injury pictures on Facebook claiming he”€™d been brutally assaulted by homophobic thugs while walking home alone from a nightclub at 3:30AM. His post was “€œshared”€ by 182,000 pro-gay fellow travelers on Facebook. But when a police review of CCTV footage revealed that Kennedy had been injured when he fell down onto the sidewalk while walking alone, he admitted he”€™d fabricated his story. Police still refuse to charge him with a crime, insisting that he”€™d filed his false criminal report in “€œgood faith.”€


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