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Thursday, March 26, 2015

SJWs take a scalp

The British SJWs at the BBC finally managed to bring down Jeremy Clarkson:
The BBC bosses have always been partisans of whatever ideology was the most elitist, the most sanctimonious, the most anti-public, in any given age: in the 60s and 70s it was full of communists, today it is full of Politically-correct Progressives. They are almost always Leftist, always Collectivist, and almost always humorless.

And the BBC’s mid-level bureaucrats have always, always hated Top Gear. The current BBC’s manager, Danny Cohen, had been very vocal about how desperate he was to get rid of Jeremy Clarkson, and now he got his wish. In the process, it made a pretty startling revelation as to how Collectivists work, and who they serve.

When it was announced that the BBC was using a dinnertime argument as an excuse to fire (or “sack” as they say across the pond) the driving force behind Top Gear, two big petitions were being promoted across the social media almost instantly. The first was in support of Clarkson, demanding that the BBC not fire him; it ended up with over a million signatures and became the fastest-growing petition in the history of change.org. The second demanded that Clarkson be fired for his various crimes against humanity (which mostly consisted of being anti-Europe, anti-Left, anti-nanny-state, and anti-political-correctness). This petition garnered a whopping 34127 signatures. It featured, in brazen shamelessness, a completely un-ironic picture of Clarkson with his mouth gagged on it, making it very clear what these people wanted: to totally silence those who disagree with them.

This is an interesting result for two reasons. First, it gives us a very good, albeit non-scientific, look at just what the divide between the Collectivist elitists and the Individualists is: the Collectivist-Crowd made up about 3.2% of the population who signed either petition. These are the people who are strident in their advocacy of the Collectivist values of the modern “progressive” Left, that believe in pogroms against free speech; but more importantly, that will despise anything just because everyday people like it too much.
Clarkson's case is actually quite similar to mine with the SFWA, despite the fact that considerably more people care about the former than the latter. When the SJWs are gunning for you, they will immediately grasp at any excuse, no matter how trivial, to at least try to get rid of you. It's something you must always keep in mind once you understand that you're being targeted by these vicious, spiteful little people. They can't handle power and they're control freaks, so perspective means nothing whatsoever to them.

So, don't think that they won't, and if you're at all interested in keeping your position, you must avoid handing them the ammunition they are so avidly seeking. Of course, if you don't give a damn, then don't worry about it, accept the inevitable when it comes, draw the process out as long as you can, and thereby permit the world to clearly see exactly what sort of lunatics they are.

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64 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous March 26, 2015 8:55 PM  

I like Clarkson and wish him well but you cannot let a boss physically abuse underlings without some sort of comeback. If you did the precedent would be used by a lot of others. He should have some punishment. Lay him off for a year and then let him back if he wants to come back perhaps ?

(I did like it when he hit Piers Morgan though)

AKAHorace

Anonymous zen0 March 26, 2015 9:07 PM  

My leftist Prog sister and commie brother just got sent the article. I have more faith that my commie brother understands than my prog sister, who's nominally prog partner loves Top Gear

Blogger wrf3 March 26, 2015 9:08 PM  

Vox wrote: Clarkson's case is actually quite similar to mine with the SFWA...

Who did you physically assault?

Blogger Eric March 26, 2015 9:13 PM  

The SJWs certainly have a lot of influence, but Clarkson is his own worst enemy. He made it easy for them.

Anonymous zen0 March 26, 2015 9:15 PM  

I like Clarkson and wish him well but you cannot let a boss physically abuse underlings without some sort of comeback.

How about "don't do that".

Meanwhile BBC pedophiles are historically protected.

Maybe he should have just molested his subordinates.

Blogger Vox March 26, 2015 9:21 PM  

Who did you physically assault?

Do you take pleasure in playing dumb and intentionally avoiding the point or is this genuine social autism? I have to admit, I can't tell the difference.

Considering the amount of punches that get thrown by actors, Clarkson's "assault" was about as serious as my tweet on the wrong Twitter account.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 26, 2015 9:27 PM  

You've got to love the sanctimony of the BBC's statement; that you can't have one rule for Jeremy Clarkson and another rule for lesser beings. This from the same outfit that covered up for Jimmy Saville's forty year streak of child raping.

Of course canning Clarkson makes zero sense from a business stand point. From that stand point the BBC has just spun itself off from the Jeremy Clarkson Network. (To paraphrase Iowahawk)

But of course it's not really about business at all. It's about middle class leftist prestige.

This really does feel way more like a purge than a firing.

Clarkson is going to be fine of course. He only has to decide who is going to have the honor of paying him what he is actually worth. But it won't be quite as fun without him broadcasting from the center of the heart of darkness.

Then there is the fate of Top Gear. You don't just walk away from a multi million dollar show without trying to salvage it. Of course the left will view this as a golden opportunity to remake Top Gear the right way.

I tried to have fun with the Guardian's concept for it that they called, Eco-feminist Top Gear but I am hobbled by the fact that satire is simply impossible anymore.

Blogger Steven M. Wells March 26, 2015 9:42 PM  

Clarkson's mistake was abusing a staff member. If he had abused small children, BBC would have kept him on for years.

Anonymous zen0 March 26, 2015 9:47 PM  

> Clarkson's mistake was abusing a staff member.

I only wish the staff member was that Damien cunt.

Blogger wrf3 March 26, 2015 9:50 PM  

Vox asked: Do you take pleasure in playing dumb and intentionally avoiding the point or is this genuine social autism?

None of the above.

I have to admit, I can't tell the difference.

That's too bad. That doesn't excuse committing the false-dilemma fallacy.

Considering the amount of punches that get thrown by actors, Clarkson's "assault" was about as serious as my tweet on the wrong Twitter account.

Did that tweet result in someone having to go to the local emergency room, and cause the constabularies to consider whether assault charges are warranted?

Physical violence has no place at work -- unless you're a boxer-- you're "but Mom, all the other kids are doing it" notwithstanding.

Blogger Derrick Bonsell March 26, 2015 9:55 PM  

This is a good way to piss off the proles that love Top Gear.

Anonymous Red Comet March 26, 2015 9:57 PM  

If it wasn't this incident then they were gonna find an excuse to get rid of him eventually anyway.

It's their loss. Even tougher for the BBC heads to admit would be that people like them don't completely run world media anymore.

Clarkson should easily be able to get a Not Top Gear deal set up with Rupert Murdoch or maybe even some burgeoning online operation like Netflix. I foresee a massive pay raise for him as well.

Anonymous kh123 March 26, 2015 9:58 PM  

"Did that tweet result in someone having to go to the local emergency room, and cause the constabularies to consider whether assault charges are warranted?"

Come off it now. We all know who was truly responsible for that cosmic card being dealt.

Blogger Vox March 26, 2015 9:59 PM  

None of the above.

Ah, it is the social autism then.

Physical violence has no place at work -- unless you're a boxer-- you're "but Mom, all the other kids are doing it" notwithstanding.

Don't be a complete moron. You do not fire a star for punching someone when they make you hundreds of millions of dollars unless you have some other agenda at work. NFL players throw punches in practices all the time. So do NBA players; even Michael Jordan used to get in fights with his teammates. Steve Smith is famous for beating the hell out of his teammates on both the Redskins and the Panthers. No one ever got fired over it.

Anonymous Phil Mann March 26, 2015 9:59 PM  

...and if you're at all interested in keeping your position, you must avoid handing them the ammunition they are so avidly seeking. Of course, if you don't give a damn, then don't worry about it, ...

How true. Real freedom (not to mention a lot of fun) comes from divorcing yourself from such largely illusory concerns as "position". For most, this means kissing the behinds of people you can't stand in order to get a paycheck that's barely adequate to meet your needs, doing a job you hate.

Funny thing is, most people don't need this but are too afraid to set themselves free.

Don't remember who said it (Robert Pirsig, perhaps) but the image of people sitting cowering in their cells with the key to freedom clutched tightly in their hands has always stayed strong in my mind.

Anonymous Scintan March 26, 2015 10:09 PM  

Did that tweet result in someone having to go to the local emergency room, and cause the constabularies to consider whether assault charges are warranted?

The guy had a bloody lip. He went to the hospital for a bloody lip. Infants don't go to the hospital for a bloody lip.


You should ease way up on the misplaced righteous indignation.

Blogger Unknown March 26, 2015 10:14 PM  

He struck some one because he was angry and insulted: Doesn't he know that only black people can do that?

Anonymous Hrw-500 March 26, 2015 10:15 PM  

"Clarkson's mistake was abusing a staff member. If he had abused small children, BBC would have kept him on for years."

Or being a climate sceptic, as it was mentionned in Infowars.

And I think it might be a phyrric victory for the SJW industrial complex. There some other networks who wants Jeremy Clarkson. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/564047/Bidding-war-Top-Gear-dinosaur-Jeremy-Clarkson-suspension-BBC-exit

Anonymous Daniel March 26, 2015 10:31 PM  

if you're at all interested in keeping your position, you must avoid handing them the ammunition they are so avidly seeking.

This is true, but so is this: if they are at all interested in taking your position, they'll fabricate whatever they need as soon as they perceive they have the political capital to oust you. These are people who flinch at applause and request Jolson jazz hands instead. Walk on eggshells if it means that much to you: it might buy you a little time.

But that's it.

Blogger Nate Winchester March 26, 2015 10:33 PM  

Sounds like a golden opportunity for the Castilia house network to launch.

Perhaps with a gun show hosted by Clarkson...

Anonymous Angry March 26, 2015 10:36 PM  

3.2%.

Wow.

This is why Augusto Pinochet was such a great leader. He knew how to deal with Social Justice Warriors. Furthermore, because they are such a small part of the population, harsh tactics against them have little negative effect on the rest of society.

My favorite Pinochet tactic was when he sprayed left-wing protestors with a blue dye mixed with raw sewage. Was the protestors were found, they were then beaten by police.

Small price to pay for keeping SJW's out of power.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 26, 2015 10:37 PM  

Vox: "You do not fire a star for punching someone when they make you hundreds of millions of dollars unless you have some other agenda at work."

Right. You don't. But in a just organization you should.

Jeremy Clarkson wasn't fired because he struck a subordinate. He was fired because Danny Cohen and others (aggressive collectivists of the usual sort) wanted him gone.

But even though he wasn't fired because he had it coming, he did have it coming.

I think a lot of the side-taking on this issue will shake out as (in our host's terminology, which I am still not convinced is right, though it might be): the Beta Brotherhood versus those who empathize with Alphas.

Blogger Noah B March 26, 2015 10:52 PM  

They can always replace Top Gear with a show about running a child prostitution ring. The BBC won't even need to hire outside consultants for that one.

Anonymous dc red dogs March 26, 2015 10:52 PM  

To add to what Daniel said - Actually, Moneybags Jeremy should have manned up years ago and launched off from the evil BBC. Sticking with the BBC was typical rich-dude narcissistic laziness. Also, I really think that anyone who thinks that physical assaults are going to be ignored anywhere outside of very unusual situations - maybe a 4-star kitchen, maybe a dysfunctional NFL team like the Redskins, maybe - just maybe - the set of an action movie - either lives in a 3 Stooges world, or is otherwise thinking something that is not true. Here in America, the general rule among normal males has been call me as many names as you want, but if you make more money than me and you take a swing at me - outside of a bar or maybe an unusually intense athletic event - all bets are off. Retaliation, both of the cowardly and non-cowardly type, and passive-agressive litigation, both of the money-grubbing and the offended omega-male type, almost necessarily follow. You see, most everyone is a sinner, and sinners really don't like each other very much (for the record, between ten and twenty people have attacked me over the years - I either hit back immediately or forgot about it. But I am unusually immune to taking that sort of thing personally).

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 26, 2015 10:57 PM  

Cataline Sergius: "You've got to love the sanctimony of the BBC's statement; that you can't have one rule for Jeremy Clarkson and another rule for lesser beings. This from the same outfit that covered up for Jimmy Saville's forty year streak of child raping."

Morally, he doesn't have the right to keep his job. But morally, as you say, the BBC doesn't have the right to fire him.

The best solution would be to abolish the BBC.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 26, 2015 11:04 PM  

"Clarkson's case is actually quite similar to mine with the SFWA, despite the fact that considerably more people care about the former than the latter."

I see one point of similarity: the ideal solution would have been to abolish the SFWA.

Anonymous p-dawg March 26, 2015 11:06 PM  

@wrf3: Why doesn't violence belong in the workplace?

Blogger Emmanuel Mateo-Morales March 26, 2015 11:10 PM  

Hey Angry, I have a friend who was dumb enough about world history (then again, he's a journalism major, so maybe him knowing jack about world history is par for the course) to say Pinochet was Latin America's Hitler (even though I'm pretty sure Castro fit the bill more accurately) and said the country when full 1984 when he took over.

I hated that since, from what I can tell, even at his worst, Pinochet was a fucking saint compared to Castro and there were no better options for Chile at the time, mostly because very few people give a fuck about Chile even to this day, but I digress.

What should I say to convince that, if weren't Pinochet, me and him likely communicate over the internet today because REAL fucking Dictators, especially Communists ones, don't allow themselves to be unelected from positions of power and do what the Castros did and that he should get on his fucking knees and pray for Pinochet for allowing his back water country to be one of the better (not saying much, but still) countries in Latin America?

Blogger bob k. mando March 26, 2015 11:31 PM  

personally, i think it's the best of all possible worlds.

the BBC loses their biggest money maker, and it's clear they have no idea how to duplicate it. just look at the fusterclucks they have made of the US, Aussie and German versions.

Jeremy behaved like a complete douche and loses his job.

perhaps next time someone will stand up to him? not let him spend hours in a pub, drinking, after a long day shooting? not letting him verbally abuse a staffer for ~1/2 hour for a situation Jeremy caused?

anyways, it's pretty likely that Clarkson, May and Hammond will find something else to do together.

and you shouldn't cry for them. they're all already millionaires.

TG had been getting a bit stale anyways. their whole schtick is how they spend all their time goofing on each other ... as well as the entire rest of the planet.

and most of that has looked pretty scripted the last couple of years.

that 'slope' on the sloping bridge being a prime example.

Anonymous Daniel March 26, 2015 11:32 PM  

I don't see anything immoral about being retained as an employee after a fight. I've witnessed (ear witness only for one of them) three workplace fights - supervisor on subordinate, no less - two blue collar, one white collar. No one got fired. In one case, no one even got written up as far as I know. It provided a fun story, but only for that day and then it was done. You punch an inferior, the important thing is to make sure you win. And yes, it is preferable to be at least marginally justified in doing so.

If the guy he punched was an SJW or gamma, the justification is inherent.

Blogger Felix Bellator March 26, 2015 11:34 PM  

@Emmanuel: He does not seem to have the capacity to follow a logical argument. So ask him if he believes in evolution. If he says, "Yes." Then tell him "Pinochet was awesome." If he protests yell, "Shut up! I am more highly evolved than you!" and beat the crap out of him.

As Will Rogers said, "There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves."

Blogger William Hughes March 26, 2015 11:43 PM  

Free publicity for the product launch? Looking forward to it.

Blogger bob k. mando March 26, 2015 11:43 PM  

you want a real SJW fight to get pissed about, support Indiana:
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/03/salesforces-abandons-all-future-indiana-plans-following-passage-of-sb-101/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salesforce.com

i love how a company that HAS NEVER TURNED A PROFIT is threatening to not do business someplace.

Anonymous Stg58 / Animal Mother March 26, 2015 11:44 PM  

wrf3,

Shut the fuck up.

Anonymous FP March 26, 2015 11:45 PM  

Heh, well thank goodness the North Yorkshire police are looking into the punch incident.

Oh and a Beeb exec apparently compared Clarkson to Saville.

http://metro.co.uk/2015/03/15/bbc-hits-back-at-claims-that-one-of-its-executives-compared-jeremy-clarkson-to-jimmy-saville-5104395/

All of the leadership at BBC needs to be slapped, they're hysterical.

Anonymous Fp March 26, 2015 11:45 PM  

"NFL players throw punches in practices all the time. So do NBA players; even Michael Jordan used to get in fights with his teammates. Steve Smith is famous for beating the hell out of his teammates on both the Redskins and the Panthers. No one ever got fired over it."

This ties in with this...

"He struck some one because he was angry and insulted: Doesn't he know that only black people can do that?"

Because if you're white you're the low man on the totem pole, the part of the pole underground.

Anonymous Scintan March 27, 2015 12:00 AM  

and you shouldn't cry for them. they're all already millionaires.

You should know better than to argue that point.

Blogger LP 999/Eliza March 27, 2015 12:01 AM  

Well then now the man can unleash who he is really is, the SJWers screwed up big time. Now the BBC or any employer/mgmt cannot edit or control Clarkson.

Blogger grendel March 27, 2015 12:07 AM  

He'd be in less trouble if he had yelled Allen's Snackbar and cut the guy's head off in front of the cameras.

Blogger Doom March 27, 2015 12:10 AM  

As a general rule, they can't take a scalp without it being all but surrendered. Although, as in this case, the surrender was done long ago and is now institutionalized (rightly, but the wrong institution). I am simply surprised he was allowed, if true, to run his game. Don't watch the tube, per se, so... Then again, who does watch television? Minorities and women, mostly? Go figure.

Blogger Danby March 27, 2015 12:41 AM  

"i love how a company that HAS NEVER TURNED A PROFIT is threatening to not do business someplace."

He will NEVER sleep with Indiana! So There!

Blogger MidKnight March 27, 2015 1:24 AM  

Given what little we know of the 'fight" I am suspicious thatit's not so much a setup as some wanker who fucked up, and instead of simply copping to fucking up, made a bunch of excuses. Never the gammas fault.

Blogger Eric March 27, 2015 4:05 AM  

Well then now the man can unleash who he is really is...

Great. Yet another anti-American asshole. Just what the world needs.

Blogger Krul March 27, 2015 4:15 AM  

You make a fair point.

On the other hand, Clarkson does sound kind of like Stormfront, so...

Anonymous Steve March 27, 2015 8:11 AM  

Meh.

I quite like Clarkson, though Top Gear isn't really my cup of tea. Yes, I'm sure Pagani and Bugatti make great vehicles, but my interest in cars mainly relates to ones I might be able to afford.

Their "three middle aged blokes race around Foreign" specials had some great moments, but were inevitably producing diminishing returns.

And it doesn't matter who you are, you can't commit unprovoked assault on people in the workplace without serious consequences. If the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland punched a flunky, he'd be out on his ear.

Much as the latte-sipping Tranzis of the BBC may have hated Jezza, they couldn't get rid of him until he physically attacked a subordinate. And they couldn't not get rid of him after this became a very public incident. I have no sympathy for the Beeb but in this case they had no choice. A commercial broadcaster might have been able to grease some palms to soothe the feelings of the offended party, but as a quasi-public sector organisation the BBC had to let the pugilist go.

Blogger Salt March 27, 2015 8:18 AM  

SJWs blathering over a bloody lip. What are they going to do when it starts in earnest? These people are weaker than a wet paper bag.

Blogger Salt March 27, 2015 8:22 AM  

grendel, that got tweeted.

Blogger bob k. mando March 27, 2015 8:38 AM  

Scintan March 27, 2015 12:00 AM
You should know better than to argue that point.



that was an observation, not an argument.

if you want an 'argument' on the merits, i have never worked in any corp environment in the last 20 years which did not have 'unprovoked physical attack' as a cause for immediate firing.

it's in the employee manual that you sign to agree to follow when you hire in ...

like it or not, that is the reality of the western world.

the only way you DON'T get fired for something like that is if the supervisors and all involved parties fail to kick the issue upstairs to superiors / human resources.

and Jeremy reported himself.

the math is pretty inexorable.

Blogger Thucydides March 27, 2015 12:18 PM  

Although assaulting people is wrong outside of self defense, I am thinking the BBC really f****d up on this one.

In the Internet age, Clarkson could probably make millions by setting up a YouTube channel and podcasting his own show (on whatever he wants, stay away from cars and no one can accuse him of copyright infringment), and no one at the BBC will either be able to stop this or extract any rents from it either...

Anonymous Scintan March 27, 2015 1:18 PM  

it's in the employee manual that you sign to agree to follow when you hire in ...


A lot of things are in a lot of places. That doesn't mean that such things are, or should be, enforced.

Blogger Lovekraft March 27, 2015 2:22 PM  

Meanwhile here in Canada, it's been announced that the leftist state-run taxpayer-funded CBC corporation is undergoing major budget cuts and ensuing layoffs. Not that it will affect the salaries of the top tier (also related is Ontario coming out with a list of the over-100 000 public servants making more than |$100 000 per year).\

The CBC has extreme bias and it wouldn't be so hard to swallow if it didn't operate using my taxes.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 27, 2015 5:09 PM  

When someone physically attacks someone at the workplace, it's just a random moment of frustration, right? It could have been anyone, right?

Not right. When Boss Wormy's-son, son of Big Boss Wormy, strikes a worker on the face (doing variable damage but immense insult) it will be someone he can physically beat, or someone so mentally beaten down or desperate to keep his job that he can even be punched in the face with impunity. (Or preferably someone who is both mentally whipped and too weak, handicapped or tired to fight, because let's not take chances with a "mentally whipped" former boxer.)

What about that random, innocent, unpremeditated moment of frustration dictating that the punch in the face goes to someone who definitely can and will beat Boss Wormy's-son's designer glasses into his brain-matter right then and there? The dice never happen to roll that way! Isn't that amazing? I think that's amazing.

Sarcasm off: bosses who physically attack their underlings are just bullies who are getting their kicks any way they can, including by abuse of authority, and they should be brought down in any way convenient, including resort to the law.

Anonymous BigGaySteve March 27, 2015 5:16 PM  

"communists, today it is full of Politically-correct Progressives."
Can someone please explain the functional difference. Watermelon green is new commie red because its the exact same repackaged

"Maybe he should have just molested his subordinates." ~ You can only get away with snorting cocaine off of 14yo boys penises if you are progressive.

On the other hand, Clarkson does sound kind of like Stormfront,~ I looked at that after seeing it mentioned so much, how do you know what it sounds like if you don't spend time there? Kind of like that awkwardness after you hear someone say about someone smelling like Bob Marley's A-Hole.

"Who did you physically assault?" He assaulted their amygdales, leftists feel physical pain when you ask them if they know any blacks in real life as smart as seen on TV.

"Pinochet was Latin America's Hitler" ~ Wasn't Hitler Latin America's Hitler? There are accounts of him escaping & living there.

"NFL players throw punches in practices all the time." ~ Mike Sam was known for the blows he delivered.

"And it doesn't matter who you are, you can't commit unprovoked assault on people in the workplace without serious consequences."

Have you not worked with unfireable blacks before? Things that an Asian or white would be immediately fired for get ignored. I have seen 2 patients in a Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence room claiming abuse by a co worker that just gets away with it by saying they where hookers he took home that are trying to shake him down 4 mo money.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 27, 2015 5:26 PM  

I forget the reference, but a tolerably senior veteran of the Imperial Japanese Army said that he didn't like officers to strike their men, because afterwards the men struck thought and acted as if they had received an intensive education in democracy.

That is a real phenomenon. If you want to go back to the era of huge labor unions resorting to serious violence whenever they think it wise, that is part of how you get there.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 27, 2015 6:09 PM  

"communists, today it is full of Politically-correct Progressives."

BigGaySteve: "Can someone please explain the functional difference."

Communism is a system of terror and tyranny that has been imposed in both white and non-white countries. It's based on rule by "intellectuals" who are in effect the collective owners of all productive property. Anti-whitism is not so intrinsic to it that without whites to dispossess and oppress, everybody stands around with nothing to do. Though Jews invented Communism, promoted it and imposed its horrors on whites, Jews also are not essential to the system; it works just fine with Asians running things. (It does not work with blacks running things, but nothing does.)

Politically correct progressivism is anti-white essentially and intrinsically. Without whites to oppress and dispossess (and Jews to drive the system) it doesn't have enough to say, and this sort of system (with essential parts such as a systems of non-white mass immigration, anti-white educational, employment and legal discrimination, and massive departments set up to manage the artificially created ethnic conflicts and crush "racism" meaning whites) is not set up anywhere but white countries. (There is an Asian "multiculturalism," but it is very different from the system we are familiar with, as it does not involve the delegitimization and dispossession of the host ethnicity.)

Communism is also much bloodier than political correctness, again in part because of its domination of large parts of the globe. But communism doesn't intrinsically aim at genocide. It does so in some cases, as ethnic Tibetans can attest, but it is not intrinsically a death sentence for one particular race.

Blogger Corvinus March 27, 2015 10:46 PM  

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Blogger Corvinus March 27, 2015 10:46 PM  

SJWs lose a scalp:

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/03/hateful-leftist-jerk-now-on-food-stamps-after-posting-abusive-chick-fil-a-video/

Anonymous Angry March 27, 2015 11:44 PM  

Emmanuel Mateo-Morales,

At his height, Pinochet killed about 4,000 people, roughly the number of members in Cesar Chavez's union. Most of these were traitors, agitators and foreign political tourists. Pinochet's only mistake was ever letting go of power.

Regardless of the Left's bleating about Allende winning the vote, Allende only won a plurality because the Right was split between two candidates. So Pinochet's military coup reflected the interest of the majority of Chileans. Furthermore, anybody advocating communism anywhere in the world during the 1970's when the Soviet mass murder regime was already well known is himself nothing but a wannabe mass murderer. Pinochet was well within his rights to have such savages expeditiously removed from his homeland.

I have no sympathy for anyone whose relatives were executed by the Secret Police. Were they not Communist traitors, their relatives would still be alive.

Anonymous Titus Didius Tacitus March 27, 2015 11:51 PM  

Corvinus: "SJWs lose a scalp"

Good. Thanks for posting that.

This is how "enlightened" people like CFO Adam Smith wage their war: typically by hurting normal working class white people who just have to stand and take it. Everybody who didn't have to work under this nasty, bullying abuser is a beneficiary of the blow-back from his screed.

Also, I think he was accurate on his own psychology.

Counter-girl (repeating her script helplessly): "Well, I hope you have a really nice day."
Adam Smith (triumphantly and gleefully): "I will! I just did something really good; I feel purposeful..."

Spitefulness to the helpless and unoffending is a force that gives their hollow lives meaning.

Blogger LP 999/Eliza March 27, 2015 11:53 PM  

@ Eric, I failed to do more research. I'm somewhat cynical with the media. its press, money, as long as press types earn a living they will sway. It is too early to yet predict how the fallout will turn.

Anonymous Castaigne March 28, 2015 1:40 AM  

@Titus Didius Tacitus: "Sarcasm off: bosses who physically attack their underlings are just bullies who are getting their kicks any way they can, including by abuse of authority, and they should be brought down in any way convenient, including resort to the law."

I agree completely. Clarkson is lucky he ain't in the US and ain't in the South; if it had been me he had done that to, he'd be dealing with a double-tap in the next minute. Concealed carry has its uses. And if he survived, unlike this Beta guy Oisin, I'd be making sure he'd spend the next year in jail for assault - and being anally tutored in why he shouldn't do that by Big Black Bubba and his Moslem Brotherhood. It's amazing what cigarettes can buy...

Anonymous Obvious March 28, 2015 6:58 PM  

How's that lawsuit against SFWA going? Anyday now, right?

Blogger epobirs March 29, 2015 2:47 AM  

If this was truly about the producer's minor injury, they could have docked Clarkson 100K pounds of his salary and given it to the producer. The guy would probably have volunteered for more the following year.

Anonymous Anonymous Cowherd March 30, 2015 2:12 AM  

If the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland punched a flunky, he'd be out on his ear.

The guy before the current one Cameron did and he wasn't.

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