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Thursday, January 04, 2018

Conservative Hispanic writer banned

PJ Media covers Worldcon's unconscionable banning of conservative Hispanic writer Jon Del Arroz on obviously specious grounds.
Jon Del Arroz won't be going to the Worldcon science fiction convention, even though he is the leading Hispanic voice in science fiction and he bought a ticket. The multi-award nominated military science fiction author was banned publicly from the upcoming festivities in San Jose, California, without ceremony or explanation by Worldcon's Incident Response Team. "At this time we are converting your membership to Worldcon76 to a supporting membership as you will not be permitted to attend the convention. On your personal blog you have made it clear that you are both expecting and planning on engendering a hostile environment which we do not allow. If you are found on the premises of the convention center or any of the official convention hotels you will be removed," the organizers wrote....

Del Arroz believes that the banning is politically motivated since he is not only a science fiction author but a strong conservative voice at The Federalist and Dangerous (Milo Yiannopoulos's new venture) who routinely speaks out about the blacklisting of conservative voices in science fiction.

"With Worldcon's statements about 'intent' to violate their rules, and failure to specify rules, this is a clear targeting over my politics because I'm a vocal Christian and Hispanic Trump supporter," says Del Arroz. "The left claims I should be banned for controversial political opinions, but the only opinion I espouse on a regular basis is that artists should not be blackballed for their politics. That shouldn't be a controversial topic. It is imperative that artists be free from fear of retaliation of their industry in order that they might create great works of art. This is the ultimate free speech issue."

Del Arroz is contracted as a writer for Castalia House's spectacular answer to SJW Marvel, Alt*Hero, which will issue a major challenge to social justice messaging in comics. PJ Media reached out to Castalia's lead editor, Vox Day, for his take on the blacklisting. "The decision of the SJWs at the 2018 Worldcon to ban a well-known Hispanic conservative from attending the event is not surprising," said Day. "It is, however, not a little ironic, as they have historically had no problem permitting child molesters and convicted sex criminals to attend Worldcons over the years, including Walter Breen, Arthur C. Clarke, David Asimov, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and Edward E. Kramer.

 The Walter Breen incident with Worldcon was especially horrifying as told by his daughter Moira Greyland Peat in her latest tell-all, The Last Closet, which describes her life growing up in a pagan LGBTQWTF family and spills the darkest secrets of a science fiction community that turned a blind eye to child sex abuse.
Considering the known and suspected sex criminals who are still permitted to openly attend Worldcon, it's almost astonishing that the organizers would dare to call attention to their attendance policies in this regard. Almost, but not quite. What I find more astonishing is the idea that Jon Del Arroz, or any sane, functional human being, wants to spend any time at all in the depraved Star Wars cantina of science fiction fandom.

The picture below demonstrates why the wise parent will never permit any child or teenager to attend Worldcon 76 or any other science fiction convention. It was taken at a science fiction convention and two of the children pictured confirm that they were abused by the man in the photograph. The third committed suicide. For a considerably more detailed case against science fiction fandom, read The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon.


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57 Comments:

Blogger Nate January 04, 2018 8:05 AM  

That pic is enough to make a civilized man consider the benefits of Blood Atonement.

Blogger Ben Cohen January 04, 2018 8:23 AM  

You think scalzi is a pedo?

Blogger Jeff Wood January 04, 2018 8:27 AM  

Even without knowing the context, I think I would have wondered about the state of mind of those children,

Blogger VD January 04, 2018 8:27 AM  

You think scalzi is a pedo?

No. I think Delaney is... and I know there are definitely others in that community.

Blogger Shimshon January 04, 2018 8:41 AM  

Those are some profoundly unhappy looking children. But he (Breen?) looks almost beatific.

Anonymous Mister M January 04, 2018 8:45 AM  

I used to chuckle at Chateau when the 'physiognomy is real' stuff would come out. Seeing that guy... well... CH nails it again.

Anonymous ZhukovG January 04, 2018 8:50 AM  

@Shimshon: Well, in the picture, he is exactly where he wants to be.

Anonymous WinstonWebb January 04, 2018 8:54 AM  

When will "he needed killin" come back into vogue as an acceptable and successful plea in court?

Blogger Aeoli January 04, 2018 8:55 AM  

Star Wars casino of science fiction fandom.

"Cantina". You're projecting, red man :D.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer January 04, 2018 8:58 AM  

Uncomfortable question, Is he wearing pants?

Blogger SouthRon January 04, 2018 8:59 AM  

It is the casino where you gamble with your child's innocence and life.

Blogger Aeoli January 04, 2018 9:00 AM  

Nate wrote:That pic is enough to make a civilized man consider the benefits of Blood Atonement.

Civilization is predicated on blood atonement. Jesus forgives sins but give unto Caesar what is Caesar's.

Blogger VD January 04, 2018 9:03 AM  

"Cantina". You're projecting, red man :D.

Corrected, thanks. My seven-year-old self would be so disgusted with what I've become.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 04, 2018 9:04 AM  

"Conservative" should be considered a fighting word. Then again there really is no acceptable replacement since "alt-right" got scooped up by the tard faction whose script was written by George Lincoln Rockwell in the 1960s.

I only think of Worldcon in one way, it allows sexual deviants and I mean Pedos and Pederasts to fly their freak flag in public to a certain degree, why any normiecon would attend is beyond me unless they can make it crystal clear they are not of that crowd. (a deviant from social norms wants nothing more than to drag others in)

Anonymous John January 04, 2018 9:05 AM  

I'm impressed with the ego of a writer with two books, one being a card game tie-in, referencing himself as the leading Hispanic voice in science fiction. He'll fit in perfectly on the alt-right.

Anonymous WinstonWebb January 04, 2018 9:09 AM  

Should he instead write Heinlein ripoffs and brag about the expanse of his yard to cement his credentials?

Blogger dc.sunsets January 04, 2018 9:12 AM  

it's a horrible fact that there's no mitigating the suffering of a child when the child's torment comes at the hands of the mother (or father, with mother's consent.)

Once society's Dominant Narrative became an "anything goes," "if it feels good, do it," "self-actualization is paramount" kind of thing, depravity's floodgates were truly opened.

From pedophilia/pederasty to pornography openly available on the smartphones given to children by stupid parents, and from Hollywood Rom-Com celebration of bed-hopping and butt-f...ing to co-ed dorms and baskets of free condoms available from the Resident Adviser on the floor, it is in the realm of sex that our society is most enthusiastically destroying lives and embedding lifelong, crushing misery.

The state is now a purveyor of gambling (lotteries & video gaming) and a drug pusher (notice that "medical" and recreational pot exist under a heavily taxed state-run system.) How long before politicians move into prostitution or the production of pornography? Heaven knows that state universities already openly operate as bordellos intended to keep the satyrs and succubi on campus as the college reaches through them to bank all the money the "student" can borrow.

Taken as a whole, the degradation is truly Biblical (as will be the eventual denouement.)

Blogger SciVo January 04, 2018 9:23 AM  

It's hard to tell with the Vulcan, but the two human kids seem uncomfortable.

Blogger August January 04, 2018 9:31 AM  

I wish we had the right wing version of a slush fund for lawsuits.

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira January 04, 2018 9:33 AM  

Anyone else not see the picture? Maybe I don't want to see it.

Anonymous Laz January 04, 2018 9:35 AM  

"My seven-year-old self would be so disgusted with what I've become." LOL! You're not the only one.

Anonymous 2106 things I hate January 04, 2018 9:40 AM  

Somewhat tangential:. Worldcon claims the authority to ban Del Arroz from both the convention center AND the "official" convention hotels.

Now, I could see the convention center..buy unless Worldcon has exclusively reserved entire hotels, how could they possibly have the legal right to keep Del Arroz from getting a room at one of the hotels, and then ordering him removed?

We're it me, I would be tempted to get a room in one of those hotels and hang around in the common spaces to see what Worldcon thinks it can actually do to me. Wearing a body can, of course.

Blogger Daniel Humphreys January 04, 2018 9:41 AM  

@15 - marketing hyperbole, how DOES it WORK?

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr January 04, 2018 9:48 AM  

In my 20s, I attended the occasional con. Mostly for the gaming. Some of the hard-core fans clearly needed to get a life.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 9:52 AM  

> If you are found on the premises of the convention center or any of the official convention hotels you will be removed

You know, I think the hotels might have something to say about that.

Blogger The Chortling January 04, 2018 9:56 AM  

so when do the Bradley awards ceremonies commence?

Blogger VD January 04, 2018 9:57 AM  

I'm impressed with the ego of a writer with two books, one being a card game tie-in, referencing himself as the leading Hispanic voice in science fiction.

Who else you got? Hispanics don't do much writing, or, for that matter, reading. Like it or not, I am the leading American Indian voice in science fiction and fantasy.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 9:57 AM  

> I'm impressed with the ego of a writer with two books

Three books, according to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Jon-Del-Arroz/e/B01NBOZVCP

Andi I see 2106 things I hate beat me to the comment about the hotels.

Anonymous Causal Lurker January 04, 2018 10:00 AM  

I have a trash can close by. That picture ... Rrreghh!

If anyone is going, time for a furry cosplay: Ch'rowrl - Speaker to Pedos. They'll listen to the Kzinti Diplomatic Corps. Have Jon D aa the interpreter, under Patriarch's Favor.

Otherwise, that snippy outburst puts Worldcon and the host organization in violation of enough statutes and regulations that it'll take six months to build the full list.

If you can't use a planet buster, use a lawsuit.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 10:01 AM  

> Who else you got?

Sarah Hoyt? I don't think Correia's work classifies as SF or he could claim it.

Blogger Matthew January 04, 2018 10:14 AM  

James Dixon wrote:> Who else you got?

Sarah Hoyt? I don't think Correia's work classifies as SF or he could claim it.


Portugese, not Hispanic.

Blogger Johnny January 04, 2018 10:21 AM  

There is something weird and a little creepy about that picture. Patch on the word pedifile and it is all explained.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 10:24 AM  

> Portugese, not Hispanic.

I thought Portuguese were considered Hispanic, at least by the US government.

Blogger S1AL January 04, 2018 10:37 AM  

"I thought Portuguese were considered Hispanic, at least by the US government."

It's optional! You can read Correia's (also Portuguese) rants about that sometime, they're pretty funny

That said, I think Sarah Hoyt has fair ground to dispute it, but JDA is using it so hilariously that contesting it isn't really meaningful.

Blogger Mary McAlister January 04, 2018 10:37 AM  

I agree with August, we need a right wing equivalent of a slush fund. The left has ACLU, NAACP, George Soros, etc.

Anonymous Crew (not the one who makes stupid claims) January 04, 2018 10:47 AM  

And more pedos are being sentenced! 10 years.

http://mugshots.com/Current-Events/HENRY-EICHMAN.151613298.html

Blogger tz January 04, 2018 10:54 AM  

Here is another example of SJWs banning.
The ban is made publicly, even shouted out everywhere.
It contains no evidence of anything anywhere.
The Author was being harassed for being a conservative.
It was for maybe doing something that would violate the code of Conduct, but not identifying which part - maybe "being conservative" is somewhere in there. Maybe because he would report any harassment and actual violations of the CoC and they'd have to do something about it.
Kafka has nothing on SJWs.

Blogger BassmanCO January 04, 2018 10:56 AM  

Well-played, WinstonWebb. +1

Anonymous Nathan January 04, 2018 11:10 AM  

@37,

Jon's been banned before from San Jose area conventions. I expect that the same local enemies that banned him for being conservative did so again, even with former marketing guru for WorldCon Mike Glyer's suspicious comment suggesting otherwise.

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 11:13 AM  

> It's optional! You can read Correia's (also Portuguese) rants about that sometime, they're pretty funny

OK, so I wasn't just imagining that. Good. Sometimes my memory has been known to be creative about a few details here and there.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 January 04, 2018 11:29 AM  

It's a special kind of evil that takes the wonder of a scifi con for a child and turn it into abominable perversion.

Blogger Le Regardeur January 04, 2018 11:31 AM  

I was about to comment on the hotels when I spotted that several other people have. The idea that Worldcon has control over who hangs out at those hotels is a perfect illustration of crazy SJW overreach.

Blogger Dave January 04, 2018 12:01 PM  

Your seven year old self might not appreciate how.smoothly you transitioned in the article to a plug for THE LAST CLOSET but twas a masterful job.

Anonymous Amir Larijani January 04, 2018 12:18 PM  

"crazy SJW overreach"

That's a redundancy...

Blogger Skyler the Weird January 04, 2018 12:46 PM  

You were thinking of the Casino in the Last Mary Sue. Finn and Porkins are looking for a hacker and find children locked up in barns.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 04, 2018 12:52 PM  

James Dixon wrote:Sarah Hoyt? I don't think Correia's work classifies as SF or he could claim it.
I would class both the Grimnoir series and Son Of The Black Sword as SF, if you can read between the lines.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash January 04, 2018 12:53 PM  

And Sarah's work is not SF, it's Romance In Space.

Blogger ((( bob kek mando ))) - ( the Original Militant Apathist ) January 04, 2018 1:01 PM  

15. John January 04, 2018 9:05 AM
I'm impressed with the ego of a writer with two books


i'm impressed that a woman who sexually and violently assaulted her own children, and who married an open pedophile ( and edited his book justifying pedophilia ) is widely lauded as the leading Feminist voice in Science Fiction.

talking about low standards ...

just the fact that Del Arroz doesn't molest children puts him head and shoulders above such "giants of the field" as Delaney and Bradley.


23. Daniel Humphreys January 04, 2018 9:41 AM
marketing hyperbole, how DOES it WORK?



as with the Left's approach to 'Comedy', they actually *do* understand how it works.

you're the one who doesn't.


27. VD January 04, 2018 9:57 AM
Who else you got?


Larry Correia and Sarah Hoyt ( who was born Trans-American in Portugal ).


31. Matthew January 04, 2018 10:14 AM
Portugese, not Hispanic.



"Hispanic" is technically those from Hispania or the Iberian Peninsula.

do you actually think that the US government does NOT consider a Brazilian immigrant to be "Hispanic" ... because he speaks Portuguese?

Blogger El Rojo January 04, 2018 1:03 PM  

For those of us that live near San Jose, would it be worth it passing out fliers in outside the con that list all the convicted pedos and sex offenders that are known to be attending?

Wouldn't that be a public service? What about the children?

Anonymous Man of the Atom January 04, 2018 1:10 PM  

@48. ((( bob kek mando ))) - ( the Original Militant Apathist )

I think Dan was running the sarcasm dial at the 11 setting.

Anonymous Rolf January 04, 2018 1:43 PM  

As interesting as it would have been to observe others treatment of and reaction to them, I'm very glad I didn't take my kids to Sasquan when I went as a nominee.

Anonymous John January 04, 2018 2:05 PM  

> Who else you got

Thinking about it I can't come up with anyone besides the two already mentioned, Hoyt and possibly Correia. His claim is more susbstantial than just a big ego.

Anonymous Crew (not the one who makes stupid claims) January 04, 2018 4:01 PM  

It's a special kind of evil that takes the wonder of a scifi con for a child and turn it into abominable perversion.

As Vox says, the predators go where the prey are.

Blogger tublecane January 04, 2018 4:08 PM  

@48-Do we really care how the U.S. government defines it? We're not talking about ethnic set-asides, here.

The term "Hispanic" derives from the Latin word for the Iberian peninsula (as well as outlying islands). The etymological of "Hispania" is beyond me. Our word for modern Spain derives from it, obviously, but it required a long time for Spain--first the kingdom then the country--to be called exclusively "Spain."

At least over here, almost everyone uses the term "Hispanic" to indicate people from areas that are Spanish-speaking or otherwise related to Spain. Portugal is related to Spain in that it is on the same peninsula, of course, and at one point was part of Hispania.

So in answer to the question "Are the Portuguese Hispanic?" I say, "Sure, why not?"

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2018 4:31 PM  

> And Sarah's work is not SF, it's Romance In Space.

By modern definitions that is SF. :( I don't like it, but...

> Do we really care how the U.S. government defines it? We're not talking about ethnic set-asides, here.

That's exactly what we're talking about. Play the game by the rules your opposition sets.

Anonymous JeremiahEmbs January 04, 2018 4:52 PM  

To the question about the word Hispanic: Not only was Spain called Hispania but so also were places the Spanish conquered like Hispaniola (Haiti). The origin of the word is disputed, but may be from Phoenician or Basque in which the root means corner or edge. This seems likely to me as in Hebrew words that have a pah or pih sound mean corner or edge like pinnah or payah and Spain is on the corner or edge of the map and it was known as Spania to the Romans and Hebrews who spoke Greek. The words Hispanic and Latino are both purely political words with no defined meaning. They didn't start appearing on census until the 1970s through the 1990s starting with Nixon, but it had more to do with HEW than the general census. Grace Flores-Hughes explained some of this once. They were generally called Latin-Americans before that because their languages are mostly derivatives of Latin and not German. But more simply understood they are basically American Indians (racially Asians but living on the Western continents) that have some Spanish blood also and so are part Shemetic and part Japhethetic. They are grouped together to make it appear they are a larger block of people than they would be if separated by country.

Anonymous Anonymous January 04, 2018 9:08 PM  

@43 Now that these people have been exposed for their hideous crimes against children, your only concern is "Vox sneaking in a plug of the book!?" Maybe you should read it.

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