During Hurricane Harvey, we’ve witnessed a revival of The Walking Dead meme: “Everybody makes fun of the redneck until the zombie apocalypse.”
But during the L.A. riots, even the redneck — that is, truck driver Reginald Deny — was no match for the ravening hoards.
Well, if TWD has taught us anything, it’s that if you can’t get Daryl, you grab hold of Glenn:
He starts out as a wily if unassuming pizza delivery kid, but that Korean guy turns out to be one tough mofo.
I wonder if the guy behind the comic even gave the L.A. riots a thought; if he did, even he’s not rich enough yet to admit it.
But we’ve all been thinking it if we’re old enough to remember. Angelino Adam Carolla has mined this thread for years, and as usual, his musings are belatedly getting the recognition they deserve.
Believe it or not, someone sent me this Reddit link — about a high school’s attempt to ban the flag — this very morning, just before I read this column, with the subject line:
Gen Z gets to vote in 2018. It’s going to be a nasty shock for the Left.
Anyway, here’s someone named Jesse Russell:
But then again, paradoxically, Rod Dreher’s Benedict Option actually is the solution to which conservatives (Christian or otherwise) should turn as a way of regrouping and preparing for a political onslaught on the degenerates and barbarians who have co-opted politics in the West.
The problem with Dreher’s version is that it is too wimpy, too whiny, and, well, too white.
Happily, the true Benedict Option has been unearthed by the enterprising members of Generation Z who populate the /pol/ message boards of 4Chan and alt-right Twitter, and there is another model for conservative survival in the 21st century: the Roof Koreans.
Who are the Roof Koreans?
Well, that is an interesting story that takes us back to 1992…
Larry Elder calls for reparations for Korean store owners here: