August 09, 2014

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Book publisher Routledge, which has been publishing some of the most insanely anti-white tomes known to mankind for decades, recently shat out Consuming Race by Ben Pitcher, who, like all anti-racists who denies the very existence of race, is absolutely consumed with race. In an interview on BBC Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed, he implied that the station’s show Gardeners’ Question Time”€”which any sane person might think would be about gardening”€”instead pulsates with hidden fascist undertones:

Gardeners’ Question Time is not the most controversial show on Radio 4, and yet it is layered with, saturated with, racial meanings. The context here is the rise of nationalism. The rise of racist and fascist parties across Europe. Nationalism is about shoring up a fantasy of national integrity.

Pitcher (who, from the looks of it, might actually be a Catcher) insinuated that such seemingly harmless topics as soil purity and native v. non-native plants were in fact covert messages designed to stoke the racist fears of…oh, forget it. These people are insane. Time to root out some weeds.

Despite the fact that on any given day, one can search the word “false” alongside the word “rape” on Google News and find multiple real-life examples of males being falsely accused of rape, a female Philadelphia lawyer named Terry Fromson writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

It is a myth that women falsely report rape. … There is no empirical evidence demonstrating that women make false accusations.

Then, in the very next sentence, she contradicts what she’s just said:

A well-regarded analysis by David Lisak shows that such accusations are rare.

So is there “no empirical evidence,” you wacky attorney, or are they “rare”? Studies allege that anywhere from 1% to 90% of rape accusations are false. But that’s a “myth,” right? We all know this doesn’t happen anymore and that the only time it ever occurred was prior to the 1960s, when white women in the American South were always falsely accusing black men of raping them.

Former Washington Redskins kicker Mark Moseley claims that none of the “red men” he knows ever complained to him about his team’s name. Opining on the insipid “Redskins” controversy, KISS front man Gene Simmons calls the team’s name “an insult to American Indians””€”unwittingly dropping yet another slur by using “Indians””€”and says that as a Jew, he “would not like a sports team called the Kikes.”

Texas Republican State Representative Dennis Bonnen recently found himself in a pot of hot gumbo for using the allegedly anti-Cajun slur “coonass,” despite the fact that many Cajuns, as well as countless non-Cajun residents of Louisiana, use the term with pride.

The Witch Hunting Insanity Machine known as Media Matters is reprimanding gun-totin’ rocker Ted Nugent for using the word “Japs.”
And the week’s best political one-liner came from Turkish Prime Minister  Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during a television interview on Tuesday:

They called me a Georgian. Pardon me for saying this, but they said even uglier things: They called me an Armenian!


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