27 March 2013

Fake It 'Til You Make It (Then Fake It Some More!)

Funny thing about lots of "hate crimes" that create a flood of outcry among the social-justice warriors is that so many of these incidents are staged.

Very recently, UC Santa Barbara's Queer Student Union co-chair, Morgan Triplett, cooked up a tall tale about being raped on-campus during a visit to UC Santa Cruz. Her story was quite elaborate, going into great detail about her imaginary assailant, but she later admitted to the fabrication. Up until then, though, there was a heavy police presence on campus while an investigation was conducted.

Now that the hoax has been unmasked, is Ms. Triplett going to be billed for all the police overtime, the paperwork, and the campus teach-ins she caused? Nope, she's just going to be charged with a misdemeanor for filing a false report. Just a slap on the wrist that could very well be tossed by a feminist-friendly judge.

From the 1st link:

"According to her Facebook page, Triplett is majoring in sociology at UC Santa Barbara, works as an HIV test counselor at Pacific Pride Foundation, and is a member of UCSB's Queer Student Union."

Majoring in Victim Complex Creation at an expensive public school known for its reckless and hedonistic partying, working with addicts and sodomites, and leading an organization that champions post-modern gender studies idiocy? She'll get hugs from her queer allies, then go back to creating a world where anyone who disagrees with her opinions should go to jail.

Why is it that when hate crimes are staged, the only thing feminist buffoons and the social justice warriors want to focus on is how to use this hysteria as a stepping stone for demeaning whites, men, and heterosexuals? They clamor on and on about how this is a teachable moment and that even fake victims should never be blamed, as it just reminds us about all the Oppression™ and Injustice™ certain groups face in society despite the fact that nobody is ever allowed to criticize them about anything they do, or call into question their motives.

Speaking of teachable moments, this is how far gone coastal America is - as long as you're the right type of person, you can make up all kinds of crazy shit, and people will rally around you like the faithful around the relics of their patron saint.

Now that the deck is stacked in favor progressives, feminists, public university cockroaches, Disadvantaged Minorities™, and others, they're starting run out of scary white men who want to kill Jews/gays/brown people, so they decide to create their own imaginary ones. After all, if Oppression™ ceased to exist, many of these people would no longer be employed due to the inability to wax prolific about anything else. If feminism wasn't predicated on the looming presence of The Patriarchy™ just waiting for the chance to enslave women, it wouldn't have such undue influence in society.

To all the male students at UC Santa Cruz & Santa Barbara: don't ever have sex with female student if she's majoring in a social "science". The odds of a false rape accusation are enormous if she in any way regrets the consequences of her actions. It could have been your mugshot all over campus flyers.

Republicans Are Weak Faggots

Fat, doughy Republican asshole says that the reason people who are legally able to carry a handgun almost anywhere shouldn't be able to carry on college campuses is because people have a right to not feel uncomfortable. FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE.

Parallel to the "Slut Walk" phenomenon, this is yet another case of "fuck your rights, my feelings are at stake!"

You know what else probably makes Ted "Pasty Faggot Fuck" Harvey feel uncomfortable? Black people. Something tells me, though, that he's not gonna go on CSPAN-2 and say "Pampered white people like myself have a right to not ever feel uncomfortable, which is why I'm supporting this bill to keep blacks out of my city." Yet, here he is, spreading his flabby, pockmarked asscheeks and pinching off a loaf all over someone who reminds him that violence is a real thing that happens to people outside the bubble of workin' for the government.

If there's one thing anyone even casually studying politics can learn, it's that positions of bureaucratic power attract people who seek their own gain while lording their privilege over others. Feeling good about oneself is the highest goal of modern society, and being in a position of power in today's institutions merely amplifies the sanctimony of that pursuit.

Republicans are weak faggots who will sell you & yours up the river if it means they can feel safe. That's what the entire gun control debate comes down to - ugly, weak assholes who sucked several cubic yards worth of cock to get a "Sen." or "Rep." in front of their name want to feel safe from people they might piss off when the economically & politically illiterate electorate bring their horrid legislation to life.