Gab, latest pawn, in our speedy demise to monolithic Left culture. The illusion of freedom and life beyond rights.

Yesterday, most of the day, it was this.

 

 

Gab, prone to occasional inexplicable log-in failures, wouldn’t allow me to log in most of the morning yesterday.  When I finally was able to log in, I discovered there was zero site functionality.  All day long I kept receiving the “loading” circle of Gab failure.

I began to write a post and during the composition period, a man walked into a synagogue in Pennsylvania and shot up a bris ceremony.  Almost a dozen prototypical victims were killed.  Predictable leftist histrionics ensued and in the dust-up and revelatory historic digging, it was discovered the suspect was a Gab member.

Damnations spilled forth.

He was still a suspect, and this is America, but…

But.

 

PayPal banned social network Gab.ai on Saturday, following reports that the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting had published a number of anti-Semitic posts on the site, which is popular with conservatives and the white nationalist “alt-right.”

“When a site is explicitly allowing the perpetuation of hate, violence or discriminatory intolerance, we take immediate and decisive action,” a PayPal spokesperson said in an email. “PayPal has been closely monitoring Gab.Ai and was in the process of canceling the site’s account before today’s tragic events occurred.”

Earlier Saturday, CNN had reported that Robert Bowers, the suspect in the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, had said on Gab that a Jewish group that advocates for refugees was helping transport members of the migrant caravans in Latin America. Bowers reportedly considered the migrants violent “invaders” threatening the US.

Five minutes before the first emergency calls about the synagogue attack, CNN reported, Bowers posted the following message on Gab: “I can’t sit by and watch my people get slaughtered. Screw your optics, I’m going in.” The shooting has left at least 11 people dead. Bowers had also posted photos of his gun collection on Gab, CNN said.

Contacted Saturday, Gab pointed to a statement on Medium in which it said it “unequivocally disavows and condemns all acts of terrorism and violence,” that it’s “saddened and disgusted” by the news of the shooting and that “criminals and criminal behavior exist on every social media platform.”

“Gab’s mission is very simple: to defend free expression and individual liberty online for all people,” the statement said. Gab said it learned of Bowers’ account shortly after the shooting and that it backed up account data, suspended the account, and contacted the FBI about Bowers’ postings.

In August, Microsoft’s Azure hosting service warned Gab it would pull service over what it called anti-Semitic remarks posted by Senate candidate Patrick Little. Little removed the posts.

This past September, PayPal banned Infowars, the notorious site spearheaded by Alex Jones, the fiery right-wing broadcaster who’s claimed, among other things, that the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was an anti-gun hoax and that Hillary Clinton was involved in a child sex ring run out of a Washington, DC, pizzeria. Jones has since sued PayPal, saying the ban has damaged Infowars’ legitimacy.

In August 2017, after the white supremacist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, PayPal had said it wouldn’t allow its digital payments service to be used by people or groups that preach hate.

 

They came for our guns, they came for our rights, they came for our…websites.

I once presumed there was hope but we must corral resourcefulness for that impending life beyond rights.

Rights, or the smoky illusion that they are afforded, can be a mighty irritating thing when they keep getting pulled from your plate.  But like a hungry dog, we will snap.

As Janis told us, freedom is nothing left to lose;  freedom from freedom unleashes the most vicious form of savagery.

 

**archive**

In spite of Cesar Sayoc, Right-Wing Bomb Squads sputter to life.

Listen, commie bitches.

Scream, wail, all you like.  Screech like the maturity-stunted idealogical runts that you are.

One fact is indomitable:  Donald Trump is your President and there are millions of Americans who support him in the face of oppressive normie ostracization.  President Trump is the man, and despite the fact we on the Right are not always, or entirely, pleased with his course which deviates conspicuously here and there, we are elated to have someone like him energizing the political landscape with such explosive rhetoric.  We are thrilled that our American leader speaks with our voice.  Our voice, muted by pop culture and the mainstream media which is owned and spawned by elitist Left-Wing powers, seeks release.  So it is natural that when our voice finds such a high-profile outlet, we gravitate toward it.  Just as you despise it, we love it.

So commie bitches, listen to me when I say:

Powerlessness is the keystone to violence.

If anyone can affirm  this in today’s Red, White and Blue environment, it is the Left.  You fuckers have acted like intolerable, temperamental little snots since November, 2016, when you first learned that life is not quite the predictable snowflake hayride your moronic teachers and cultural icons promised.

Once the indoctrination was complete, how did you respond, in mass?  You threw a fit.  You screamed, you threatened.   Your pinker, plumper brethren took up face-covering masks and arms and threatened to overthrow and impeach and savage.

We’re no fools on the Right, despite your default characterization of us as uneducated, low-IQ idiots.

We don’t humor delusion and we realize that the tide of American youth culture is veering liberal, socialist and vapid.  We know that President Trump’s run could very well end in the near future, and furthermore, we understand he might be replaced by a quasi-socialist cretin of the type you retards rally around like some kindly, hipster-friendly savior suffused with platitudes and disingenuous self-flattery.

And right now you’re probably relishing this freakshow patsy who the Right finds itself owning.   The problem is that the more we attempt to disown him, the more desperately everyone secretly accepts that he is in fact us, indicative of us.

It’s nothing but mind-hacking smoke and mirrors, courtroom truth-bending methodology, and the unveiling of this guy as a Right-Wing “soldier” is a difficult to lance from our collective image.

 

 

So be it.

Go right ahead.

Cast the Right to the bin of powerlessness, an act you so crave as badly as a pint of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream (because judging from the archetypal Leftist physique, the craving is strong), but beware. Powerlessness makes for a fiercer enemy. I’m no bomber but I don’t doubt for a second that there are some, of a serious nature, and they will be armed with more than trinkets and firecrackers.

 

(((Christmas time))) for the Left in America.30

Can it have been any other way?

A suspect was in custody late Saturday morning after a fatal shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh left multiple casualties, including three wounded police officers, according to the Associated Press.

While police officials have not confirmed any information about casualties or suspects, dispatchers on police radios mentioned multiple “bodies.”

They also mentioned an officer shot — possibly in the hand — being evacuated from the building.

It’s unclear when or how the incident began. The suspect spoke multiple of killing Jews before surrendering to police around 11 a.m., according to police radio traffic.

Dispatchers said he had multiple pistols on his person.

 

 

Love of food versus love of eating.

Having someone to hear you out and doubt your rantings, someone comfortable enough with you to question your babble, is invaluable, if in fact, you value the integrity of your ideas.

If you’re an idealogical tyrant who only cares about being right, at the expense of pondering, then you would not like an S/O like mine.  Many of her questions, her push-back, lead me to reexamine my thought process.  This allows me to improve, or fine-tine, my rhetoric…her doubting of a theory or statement makes me think it out further.  Extrapolate a more cohesive thought that might have been riddled with falsity.

For instance, the other day, the department I work in, typically went on a foodie bender.  They ordered lunch in from a Los Angeles hallmark sandwich joint, but not to be outdone, someone else brought in a big box (or 2) of donuts.  The feeding was ravenous.  I resisted, as usual, since I’m not really “into” food to the same degree most of the gluttons I work with are.  That night, I told my S/O, “They sure love food in that department.”

She replied, “Everybody loves food.  I love food…you love food.”

I remained silent because she was right.  I filed away the rebutted thought, for my rhetoric was dismantled.  I needed to rephrase, but  I couldn’t think of a thing to say yet.  It was late in the day, I was tired.  So I reopened the case yesterday morning, thought about it some more.  “Revisited” what I said.

 

 

Of course, everyone loves food.

That’s a no-brainer.  I love food, too.  I like different types more than others, but in general, I do enjoy food, in the abstract, which is what the “love of food” connotes.  What did I truly intend to articulate about my department and other gluttonous displays in the modern age?

It struck me:  of course they love food, but they take it a step further.  They love eating.  That is the demarcation.  Love of eating is not the same as love of food.   Simply because you love food does not mean you must consume it in such an exaggerated, excessive display of dissolution.

I should have told my S/O, “This department loves to eat,” and in this manner, she could not have thwarted my opinion.  Not everyone loves to eat.  Some people enjoy eating, some people find it pleasurable, but it does not consume their existence.   I love food, its many presentations and constructions, the spices that assemble to add unique tastes, the varying concentration of ingredients and the manner in which they are brought together for presentation.

I love a good piece of fruit at the sweet height of its bloom.

I love food, but my power is in resisting hedonistic indulgence in all matters sensual.

You love food, the object, but loving to eat is not about the food, it is about the action, the capitulation to your baser nature.

That is the difference.

 

Right-Wing Bomb Squad!

The other day I finished up revamping an NPC meme I first created last week.

 

 

Little did I realize how “timely” it would prove to be, what with all these [in a dramatic, hyperbolic tone] violent right-wing attacks on the peaceful, bewildered, and above all, innocent, Democrats.

The bombs, the bombs, they scream, they whine, they cry, they accuse.

These bombs, perhaps not created by Trump, are rooted in Trump’s Presidential tone, the scourge of his leadership! While not directly responsible, he is nevertheless to blame for The Bombs!

Consternation rattles their mimicry.

My NPC meme came up short.  I predicted The Rope, but all we got were these  shitty little “bombs.”

 

 

Sorry, these are firecrackers. They were intended to scare and elicit drama and attention, not to kill or destroy.

Defensiveness is the tool of the weak.  Allowing the Left to attack us for the unproven bomb mailings allows them to mold and design the narrative, a narrative which plainly lacks nuance or reality and places us in a default weak position by making us defend ourselves against baseless emotionalism disguised as righteous sanctimoniousness.

I believe we must fight back with brashness and unapologetic shamelessness.  To address the baseless, augmented accusations of the left with a reasonable tone comes across as reactive defensiveness and the battle is lost.  We cannot dignify their silliness with reason or logic.  We must fight back irrationally, obliquely, in Trumpian 8D chess fashion.

We must fight back shamelessly, cruelly.  Belittle them for their neurotic fear-mongering bullshit.  Ridicule them, mock them, troll them harder than their accusations.  Our response must be boldly, even unwisely, disproportional.  Until we get to the bottom of these “mailings,” if we ever do, the Left will continue to exploit the unknown as the implied guilt on the part of the Right due to the political nature of the “victims” of the attacks.

Fight back ruthlessly.

 

Christmas has come early…