September 18, 2015
Gavin McInnes on Ann Coulter, Ahmed, the GOP race — and my favourite topic: beta male faggotry
Gavin McInnes writes:
…the entire country, including the president, fell for a publicity stunt created by the son of the guy who wanted to be the Koran’s lawyer when Terry Jones threatened to burn it. The boy brought a clock to school that looked like a bomb. As I assume was the plan, the school got spooked and Islamophobia dominated the news cycle.
It’s fascinating because we see inside the mind of these beta liberal crybabies and learn they don’t hate the patriarchy. They love it. They’re like women who want to be spanked. You see this all the time with millennials. If you watch Drunk History you’ll hear gays describe First Ladies as “ride-or-die bitches” like the entire rap community doesn’t hate them. They wear T-shirts that say “Rap music makes me feel invincible” even though the lyrics contradict 100% of their beliefs. They religiously watch Game of Thrones, and dream of a land where powerful men would punish them for being weak. They chase American Apparel’s CEO out for being a horny, old, rich white man and then hold protests on the street when they realize they need him to survive. The betas like to complain and say, “I hate it here” as they storm upstairs to their room, but they don’t really want Dad to cut them off. They are that weird combination of bratty reverence where they pretend to be angry at the patriarchs they admire. They’re daddy’s boys.
The author of “Trump Seriously” usually writes about muscular men’s bodies…