After initially deleting one tweet, Stajic has now set her Twitter account to private. Before she did, Ricochet found another tweet dated March 15, 2015, which reads, “Gypsies in Serbia are protected under the law and the police can’t do anything. Basket case.”
Another post on a personal blog linked to her Twitter profile and dated January 29, 2013, described her experience on a trip to Spain. “Ironically though, no matter how much security there may have been, the gypsies were still out begging for money and food, doing some acrobatics and bizarre tricks, and of course pick-pocketing gullible tourists. Michael and I walked around holding our belongings with our dear lives, constantly in sight, paranoid. Our mission for the weekend was to NOT get pick-pocketed and we succeeded.”
There’s another major debate within the zoophile community over what Tom called “fence-hopping,” which is an innocuous way of saying “sneaking into someone else’s property and fucking their animals.” This is one of those slippery-slope moments for the folks who believe animals can consent to sex: “After all, if you believe animals can consent, why does the opinion of a third-party human matter?”
Plenty of zoophiles in that thread describe fence-hopping as “sadistic” and “rape,” and we’d like to point out that none of our sources endorsed this behavior, but it also has its defenders, and here’s how their arguments look:
“When one regards the animal as an independent individual, then why would an owner care about with whom his animal interacts with? Isn’t it so that the animal is mature enough to decide what he/she wants and with whom? Why would an owner — who keeps this honorable animal as slave — care? Keep your hands off my slave; it has to function and when it doesn’t, it will be beaten until it does!?”
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‘…subliminal messages littered throughout the various media comprising the Star Trek franchise have contributed greatly to homosexuality among science geeks’
Jim Goad writes:
As far as I can discern, the gist of Takei’s message is that if a real black person who grew up in the segregated South doesn’t think exactly like a Democrat, their blackness suddenly and magically disappears in a puff of smoke. And Takei is qualified to call Thomas’s blackness into question because although he’s not technically black like Thomas is, he’s a pole-smoking concentration-camp survivor and thus holds two Oppression Cards to Thomas’s one.Ah, sweet delicious intersectionality, where no one who ever claims to have been oppressed can ever get along with anyone else who’s oppressed because they’re always competing about which one of them was more oppressed! Who needs a television when you can just sit at the corner of Identity Avenue and Oppression Street and laugh at this never-ending unfolding sitcom?
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“My candidacy has been taken away by the leadership. I do not agree with the grounds they removed it on,” Southern wrote on the party’s private Facebook group page. “I shared a satirical video about trans-everything on twitter which I deleted soon after because a party member was offended. I later found out my profile had been removed from the website and I was no longer a candidate.”
“Either everything is open to satire or nothing is. I believe there has been some pandering to certain groups, and if I had posted a satirical video poking fun at the radically religious, T.V. show hosts, blonde girls etc. the same actions would not have been taken. As a Libertarian, I obviously support the rights of every group and have many friends in every group. Whether it be religious, LGBTQ, left wing, right wing, rich, poor, big, small. Comedy and satire include exaggeration and stereotypes of all these groups.”
The sudden announcement of the removal of Southern’s candidacy caused an immediate and identifiable rift in the party as a whole. Many took issue with the reason Southern was removed.
After “about an hour” of people demanding an explanation, Moen posted a response, taking full responsibility for the decision to remove Southern as a candidate. “I am the one who has to sign off on candidates as per Elections Canada rules.
Craig E. Nelsen writes:
In 1994, a black man told an audience at New Jersey’s Kean College, “White folks was in the caves while we was building empires…. We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it…. Do some cracker come and tell you, ‘Well, my mother and father blood go back to the Mayflower,’ you better hold your pocket. That ain’t nothing to be proud of, that means their forefathers was crooks.”
Also in 1994, a national debate raged over the light sentences handed down to a group of black men who, driven by racial hatred, had beaten a white truck driver named Reginald Denny nearly to death on live TV.
Also in 1994, black football superstar O.J. Simpson killed his white ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and when a jury acquitted him, black Americans cheered while white Americans jeered.
And also in 1994, Dylan Roof was born.
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Gavin McInnes writes:
You’d need a riot hose to stave them off. They don’t want to keep the Confederate flag because they’re proud of slavery. They want to keep it because you said they can’t.
As they were taking down the flag in South Carolina, Macy’s and NBC “fired” Donald Trump for telling the truth about immigrants. We are taking the worst and the dimmest over the best and the brightest. Look at L.A.’s most wanted list. Can you find a white face? Our illegals are rapists and criminals who don’t know their kids. We hear about how much Mexicans love the family, but half their kids are out-of-wedlock. Even the legal immigrants we get are pretty crappy. I just had to sell my restaurant because we couldn’t afford all the fines. The health inspectors are all Senegalese for some reason and kept dinging us with penalties like $800 for dented cans (an old law from when cans were tin that makes absolutely no sense today). Another fine we’d get regularly is open garbage bags on the street, which happened after hours as old Chinese people would rifle through our garbage trying to get the same dented cans we were just fined for.