posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 06:33 PM
If the mass protests, the lamenting celebrities, and the doom-mongering of our fellow posters is any indication, the prophecies and prognostications
in regards to the future of the United States under the coming leadership of Donald Trump is grounds for fear and remonstration—and he isn’t even
the leader yet. But with the inauguration tomorrow, without the results of the administration with which to make an informed criticism, and upon
looking around and seeing no injustice, no tyranny and no oppression, I have to ask these poor dears, “What the hell are you protesting?”
The Woman's March on Washington
, a protest that is expected to entice hundreds of thousands of identitarians
to the nation’s capitol, gives a hint on their website.
“The rhetoric of the past election cycle has insulted, demonized, and threatened many of us - immigrants of all statuses, Muslims and those of
diverse religious faiths, people who identify as LGBTQIA, Native people, Black and Brown people, people with disabilities, survivors of sexual assault
- and our communities are hurting and scared. We are confronted with the question of how to move forward in the face of national and international
concern and fear.”
These “communities” (a tedious word used to disguise the inherent tribalism and groupthink beneath a veneer of solidarity and brotherly love) are
compelled to protest the egregious crime of rhetoric. They are in the business of protesting words. After all, we live in an age when “the personal
is political”— a diss at Rosie O’Donnel is a slur against women in general; terse words about illegal immigrants from Mexico is an insult to all
Mexicans; and a tiff with John Lewis is a tiff with the black community as a whole, and other piffle that only a dedicated solipsist could agree with,
and agree he does. In other words, these identity politicians are immobilizing a mass march of people connected by no more than a coveted yet specious
set of specifications, because they happened to hear certain articulated sounds in combinations they do not like.
Meanwhile, limousine liberals such as Seth Myers and Stephen Colbert, who make bank on the hyena’s chatter of their studio audience, seem to think
that because celebrities do not want to go to the inauguration (or most likely threatened with sanction and death if they do), it is cause for
laughter and ridicule, as if the success of an event was contingent on which of their celebrity friends happened to arrive. The sycophancy in this
thinking is not only weird, but proof positive of an out-of-touch media, political class and parroting mob. And to those performers threatened with
death for wanting to perform at a presidential inauguration, nary a peep about these injustices from Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo, or the media, who
are too busy virtue-signalling to the like-minded for political currency, right before they engage in mob posturing in order to threaten a
democratically elected president.
In short, a question to "The Resistance": What the hell are you protesting again?
Thank you for reading,