I remember the US presidential race rather clearly, despite being British. I remember only ever hearing that Trump was a racist, a sexist, a homophobe and a bunch of other names. I didn't hear his ideas or character being taken seriously. I thought Trump was a total scumbag, essentially a fascist and would cause untold hell if he were elected. Then I decided to look around at his obviously deluded supporters, see if I could relate to them at all, haha. Four months later, I totally understand them. I don't like the guy, but what I do firmly believe in is that when people call you all the names under the sun rather than debate with you, they're fucking pricks and the best thing you can do is be a prick back and/or laugh. Never to apologise to these nasty, vindictive, bigoted, judgemental people; themselves attempting to control public discourse. If you want to see fascism in the west, you need only look at a university campus or a protest of the outcome of a democratic election. Labelling all unwanted speech as hate speech, deciding those who utter it don't deserve careers or social lives and turn our public discourse into an insult-slinging festival of complete garbage. I have but one message for SJW's: kiss my ass and go read some books.
2 years, 5 months ago
27 Mar 2017 05:37 CEST
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