Openly racist.

Identity politics is all about aligning yourself within a specific and identifiable group from which you garner your individual identity. In other words, if you identify as LGBTQZY or whatever they’re calling themselves these days then your identity is bound up with who you tend to fuck. Or in the case of transvestites, a mental illness.

Identity politics is thus a substitute for having an actual personality. It is also instant companionship for those who are unable to find friends because they lack said personality. They are also very easy to join. In the case of the gay group all you need to do is say that you’re attracted to the same sex. You don’t even have to physically sleep with them. You can join a disabled group by claiming that you’re suffering from PTSD. Simples.

Every group that exists within identity politics will skew heavily to the left for the simple reason that most of them are somewhat insane and unable to function within the real world. Their cognitive dissonance thus shields them from what would otherwise be obvious weaknesses in their belief system.

For example, a great rallying cry for all progressives is that of equality which they manage to hold while simultaneously clinging to their individual identity groups. This hypocrisy is fundamental to their existence. It’s one rule for them and one rule for everyone else.

Pointing out the obvious defects in their mental contortions as I am doing here is known as “bullying” and being “oppressive”. If you criticize someone who is a member of the LGBTRZX group then you are “homophobic”. The inference is that gay people are above criticism. Likewise, torturing a feminist with little things like logic and facts will have you labeled a misogynist quicker than the announcement of a new safe space at a Milo campus speech. Minorities are what is known as any race or creed that is not white. Have a dispute with someone of minority status and you are immediately labeled a racist. On and on it goes.

Recently there has been a new development along these lines. We are starting to see people being labeled as “openly racist” or “openly homophobic”. The addition of openly is a welcome development as far as those on the alt right are concerned. If you are openly racist then this signifies that you do not care about the ad hominem attacks on your character. The best example of this is Donald Trump:

Yet I notice that people accusing Trump of racism use the word “openly” like a tic. He’s never just “racist” or “white supremacist”. He’s always “openly racist” and “openly white supremacist”. Trump is openly racist, openly racist, openly racist, openly racist, openly racist, openly racist, openly racist.

From now on I will not be satisfied with being simply called a racist or a misogynist or a homophobe or a climate denier. My goal will be to earn the openly epithet as well. This can only be bestowed upon you by someone from the progressive side, preferably someone within the very group itself. It is an acknowledgement by your enemies that their most powerful barbs have no effect on you. Because you do not care.

 

13 thoughts on “Openly racist.

  1. mdelmar

    “It is an acknowledgement by your enemies that their most powerful barbs have no effect on you. Because you do not care.” But how could you care? Their labels are not based on any intellectual process, but rather on infantile, disingenuous name-calling– resulting in, for example, concocting meaningless words such as “homophobic.”

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    1. True, and yet they can have deadly effect. many people have lost jobs and even entire professions because of these meaningless words. Which would render them rather meaningful when you consider it. But they have overplayed their hand like the boy who cries wolf. Which is why the more we cultivate the ludicrous use of these words then the less powerful they will become. Get called a racist today!

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  2. squid_hunt

    Well said, sir. The best thing we can do is embrace the epithet and ridicule their hysterics. That’s what the whole “Deplorable” movement was about. One of the most frightening moments for a child is the realization that the adults are no longer responding to their tantrum. They will attempt to up their reaction and if that doesn’t work, they continue to escalate until they reach ridiculous levels of hysteria or someone punishes them for their behavior.

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  3. squid_hunt

    Reblogged this on Inconceivable! and commented:
    One of the most frightening moments for a child is the realization that the adults are no longer responding to their tantrum. They will attempt to up their reaction and if that doesn’t work, they continue to escalate until they reach ridiculous levels of hysteria or someone punishes them for their behavior.

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  6. Dan Flynn

    Hi Adam, I can’t seem to stay away from your blog!
    Regarding your ‘I don’t care’ perspective, which you seem to mention often.
    You talk about not caring about Leftists, gays, feminists, whatever. Which is fine.
    Have you ever considered the fact that you only ever see the ‘identity politics’ precisely because you don’t care about their personalities?
    It is a fairly common human trait to make assumptions about things because we don’t care to look any deeper.
    Now you might say that you don’t care about these people enough to look any deeper, but does this mean your perspective is a self fulfilling prophecy?
    Suggesting that people, whom you have absolutely no interest in, lack ‘actual personality’ does not make sense to me.
    Cheers

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      1. Dan Flynn

        I understand that you do not care what they think of you. I was focusing on your views about them.
        I guess what I’m saying is that some people’s ‘ad hominem attacks’ on you are about as informed and relevant as your apparent suggestion that large swaths of the population ‘lack personality’ and grasp at ‘identity politics’ without ideas and experiences of their own. In both instances people are making huge assumptions based on very little knowledge of the individual.

        I would defend you any day of the week against aggressive or baseless insults from leftists, feminists or whoever, however I don’t buy your generalizations around being who join support groups or want to connect with liked minded people. I think the alt-rights ‘identity politics’ charge is overly simple and convenient.
        By the way I would never stoop to calling you names. Just challenging your opinions.
        Cheers

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      2. You are comparing apples to oranges. My view on a segment of the population as a whole can never be personalized due to the inherent nature of the observation. An assumption of me as an individual is completely different to an assumption of a group. If you don’t buy my generalizations then that’s fine but don’t try to justify your position by making a false comparison.

        I never inferred that you would call me names. I used the third person plural in my previous comment.

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