Saturday, July 11, 2015

Fred on Social Justice

“Payback’s a Bitch”: Rural Wisdom and the Gathering Storm

A lot of people quietly hate the sonsofbitches.
Fred's talking about SJWs and their control of Washington DC, and the attack on America in general. Don't know what SJWs are or what they do? Fred might help you with that. Read it all at the LINK; here are a couple of tidbits:

Homosexuality?
"I, we, will be told, “But Fred, homosexuality is natural.” So is hemorrhagic tuberculosis. So is sadism. So is genocide.

Any sexual predilection can be called natural, and arguments can be made for all of them: Polygamy, or marriage with a sheep, or copulating on a public bus, or sex with girls of nine years. (How about, “Sex is natural. Children are erotic: Don’t they play doctor? Little girls are only afraid of it because of puritanical conditioning by society. Oral sex feels good, and adults do it, so why not…? Why shouldn’t her father gently teach her….” And so on.)"
Religion?
"Then there is the de-Christianizing of the country. Religion, both historically and currently, is a potent thing. Play with it at your risk. It is not always really a matter of religion. Many of us, I among them, are not believers but value Christmas and its traditions. But no. We must not have nativity scenes or sing Christmas carols on public streets. Easter-egg hunts are unconstitutional. Mommy Washington doesn’t like them, and we have to do what Washington says.

Unless, of course, one day we don’t."
The best quote:
"You might be surprised how many people out there think,

“Bring it on.”
The real questions are, how will the pushback begin? How rapidly will it build? How many will be killed?

And how do I sign up?

1 comment:

Hugo Pelland said...

Interesting, I didn't know Fred is not a believer, and I agree with him completely on Christmas.

"Religion, both historically and currently, is a potent thing. Play with it at your risk. It is not always really a matter of religion. Many of us, I among them, are not believers but value Christmas and its traditions."