Laura Loomer Mocks Our Enemies
Today, Sargon of Akkad (rumored to be a British bloke named Carl) was banned by Patreon, a web page which allows regular folks to kick money to their favorite tranny troller. What’s most interesting is that Sargon isn’t a particularly contentious figure. Sure, he occasionally gives a shout-out to establishment non-faggots (like Donald Trump), but he doesn’t make fun of skanks or trannies, which are the cardinal sins of our generation.
Even annoying P.J., who wouldn’t care if we were all deplatformed, stands aghast at this insane example of overreach.
Another example of encroaching hubris is the deplatforming of radical feminist Meghan Murphy.
Murphy had the audacity to call a man named Steve, ‘Steve,’ rather than to pretend he was a woman, and call him Stephanie. For that, she has been permanently silenced. All her friends have taken note, and are in the process of being “re-educated” out of speaking such simple truths. We are being taught, in word and deed, who are our new masters.
It seems to me that Lenin has something to teach us in this particular context. Neither Watson, nor Sargon, nor Murphy, ever objected to my deplatforming. The time to complain about this was when it started, way back in 2015.
Lenin was a big fan of the historical imperative, and so am I. Given that none of these people cared when I was silenced, I look forward to their upcoming muzzlings (soon!) The more people who are arbitrarily banned, the more people will come to hate our digital overlords.
Worse is better… for now!