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Children of Darkness

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 7, 2017 by andelino

What happens when you make a compilation of “Social Justice Warriors” (SJW) going “insane and chimping out,” and then “replace” the audio of the video compilation with the “voice-over” of an old documentary about “mental illness?”

You end up with what can only be described as “top quality accidental comedy.”

If no one “informed” you that the video you were watching wasn’t the “original” visual image of the audio, you “probably” wouldn’t know.

Turns out that “SJW” aren’t so different from “mentally insane people.”

If you were to come across someone who “cried” in the streets, who saw the world in terms of black and white and made death threats against strangers, who “cowered” in a special room and made public displays of “naked self-harm and bloodletting,” you might conclude that they were “suffering” from some kind of “personality disorder.”

All these symptoms can be found in the “High Conflict Personality Disorder” category known as “Axis II in DSMV, including Anti-Social PD, Histrionic PD, Paranoid PD, Narcissistic PD, and Borderline PD.”

Alternatively, you might “reason” that these are the everyday “behaviors” of the modern “Social Justice Warrior.”

Of course, not every SJW has a “personality” condition, but sufferers from “High Conflict Disorders” are often drawn to extreme “beliefs and behaviors” under the illusion that they are “acting politically.”

A 2016 UK survey found that, since 1990, rates of “depression and anxiety” among the young have “increased” by 70%, while the American Counseling Association has reported a “rising tide of personality disorders among Millennial’s.”

That such disorders appear to be an “acute” problem with this generation may be an unintended “outcome” of the unprecedented experiment “conducted” in the 1990s and 2000s by “progressive” parents.

Persecution Complex and the “Safe Space”

In 2014, a “survey” of 100,000 college students at 53 U.S. “campuses” by the American College Health Association found that 84% of U.S. students feel unable to cope, while more than half experience overwhelming anxiety.

A byproduct of such “fear” has been the growth of the “safe space,” a safe-haven for minority groups and “distressed” students from what they perceive as “threats” within campus life.

Safe spaces contain “comforting” objects that evoke childhood memories like “bean bags, soothing music, Play-Doh and coloring books.” The spaces often “forbid” entry to straight “white men or political opponents.”

The idea of “running to the safe space” is a form of psychological “regression.” The safe space presents a “fantasy barrier” against imagined exterior “evils,” and so encourages “persecution paranoia and hyper-fragility.”

These are all “symptoms” of histrionic, borderline “paranoid personality disorders” that emerge from problems with the early “child-parent” bond.

The majority of “millennial” children (now aged 18-34) had two “working” parents; this was partly an “ideological” project of feminism and partly “economic” necessity.

The “downside” was the damage done by “daycare services” which grew by 250% between the 1970s and 90s (see Laura Perrins’ work on psychological trauma caused by daycare).

According to Bowlby’s “Maternal Deprivation Thesis,” babies require two years of “intimate” attention to enable them to form the “caregiver-child” bond essential for secure “ego” formation.

Any “disturbance” of this process will “predispose the children to respond in an anti-social way to later stresses.”

The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development has found:

“Children in full-time day care were close to three times more likely to show behavior problems than those cared for by their mothers at home. The more time in child care of any kind or quality, the more aggressive the child.”

The result is young people who, a decade and a half after daycare, “scream” at the parent/State for not “protecting” them sufficiently. It is no coincidence that “safe spaces” resemble daycare centers.

Unfortunately, “safe spaces” enforce the distressed person’s fear of the world, “trapping” them in their original trauma within a psychological frame of “permanent and inescapable victim-hood.”

“Trigger Warnings” and “Helicopter Parents”

 For the “SJW” everyday speech contains a multitude of “micro aggression’s,” or subconscious “power” dynamics which conceal “colonial or patriarchal” oppression.

Failing to use the “words” prescribed by SJW activists, most particularly in the case of “trans-people,” is seen as an act of “violence” equivalent to “physical assault.”

See, for example, a “statement” made by a protester at UC Berkeley in January 2017 at a protest event that “turned” into a violent riot: “Your free speech is raping and killing us.”

 People with “High Conflict Personality Disorders” experience similarly “paranoid” emotions about “hidden messages, omnipotent threats, and imminent violence.”

They are “hyper-alert” and live with higher than normal levels of “cortisol and adrenaline,” which in turn causes lasting “neurological” damage, affecting their ability to “reason” and to regulate “emotion.” They “panic” easily and “regress” to infantile distress.

Faced with “histrionic” students, university staff end up behaving like “Helicopter Parents”: those largely absent, full-time working parents who “overcompensated” by flying in to fuss over their child.

Attempting to assuage “parental guilt,” one of the tools they used was “positive parenting,” a philosophy created by “Social Progressives.”

Parents were taught to not “scold or punish,” and instead to use “positive reinforcement” in an attempt to “raise” their children with “high self-esteem.”

This “ideology” also became fashionable within an increasingly “progressive” school system that awarded children prizes for “non-competitive sports” and for merely taking “part in school activities.”

As they passed from “day care to through high school,” these children with artificially enforced “high self-esteem” were also told that they were “morally superior” to generations that came before.

They were “inducted” into politically correct language and were even “taught” to lecture their own parents on “racism, equality, and ecology.”

From the ages of six to eighteen, they took part in yearly multiculturalists “save the planet” projects. They were told they had a heroic destiny as “agents of change.”

A “false” picture of the world and a vastly “inflated” sense of self-importance did not “compensate” for the foundational trauma of “parental neglect.”

Instead, as Dr. Jean Twenge has explained, “Positive Parenting created young people with a ‘narcissistic wound’ for whom the real world would be perceived as a threat to self-worth.”

Border Violation and Self-Harm

The “Positive Parenting” movement expounded the beliefs that “there is no boundary between you and your child” and that “you are friends and equals.”

For the child growing up without “paternalistic laws and boundaries,” the only way to find “limits” was to attack the only boundary it knew: “its own bodily boundaries.”

In this light it is worth “exploring” why the Fourth Wave feminist/social justice activist group known as “Femen” should mimic the outward signs of the “BID” sufferer.

Their “trademark” form of protest is public “toplessness,” with slogans written over the “belly and breasts” in fake or real blood. One classic Femen image is of an “almost-naked” woman holding a protest sign that reads: “Rape Me. I’m a Slut.”

The “intention” may have been to “demonstrate” that no matter how “sexually” a woman dresses she is still not “asking for it.”

But public “nudity” as a protest against sexual “violation” is a contradictory signal, sending out “conflicted” messages around dangerous “sexual” subjects is a symptom of “BPD and NPD.”

The Femen “protester” may subconsciously be saying, “show me boundaries and control, show me authority and concern.” She might be “displaying” the pain of living within a “self-in-contradiction.”

Contradiction and Splitting

 SJW protests are “awash” with contradictions. SJWs claim to “fight” for freedom, but are “opposed” to freedom of speech, support “banning” videos and books, and support the “violent” disruption of public talks, as was seen with the “riots” at UC Berkeley, Middlebury College, and elsewhere.

SJWs believe in a world with “no boundaries” where “everyone is equal,” free immigration, open access to healthcare and education, etc., but at the same time are “obsessed with creating segregated spaces.”

While they protest against the “fascist patriarchal state” they are, at the same time, fundamentally “Statist,” demanding that the government “police” language for them and “punish” their enemies.

While SJWs claim to fight for “human rights,” they parade the symbol of the largest “genocides” in history, the “Communist” flag. They are “pro-feminist,” and at the same time defend “Sharia law.”

“Living-in-contradiction” is similar to the “Love me — I hate you” dynamic in Borderline pathology called “Splitting.”

In splitting, everything is “all or nothing,” and the thing that was passionately “idealized” suddenly becomes an “object of hatred.”

“Traitors” are everywhere. This was exemplified by the “expulsion” of gay men and “TERFS” — “Trans exclusionary radical feminists” — from LGBT+ groups by “Inter-sectional” feminists.

Along with splitting comes the symptoms of “low-impulse control, histrionics, dysphoria, a pervasive sense of emptiness, suicidal ideation, and self-harming.”

Symbolic demonstrations of “self-harming behaviors” are widely used in SJW protests.

Along with “smearing” faces with fake blood to “signify” female oppression, a protest group called “Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants” in the UK in 2015 took “razors” to their arms in public to “spill rivers of blood.”

With an attempted “self-immolation” and a reported contagion of “suicide threats” occurring during the Trump protests, thousands attempted to use “politics as an alibi for a deeper inner compulsion to self-harm.”

The Results of the Human Experiment

 Trapped among “infant” neglect, artificially elevated “self-esteem,” and identity “dysphoria,” the Millennial’s were “set up” for a fall.

When they were “pushed” out of their parental homes in the 2010s, they “discovered” they did not have the tools to construct “stable” selves.

They couldn’t “blame” their parents or teachers. Instead they searched for a “vast, abstract, all-encompassing enemy.”

In “identity politics” they found a temporary unity, through “hatred of Patriarchy, of Capitalism, of White Men.”

In President Trump they found their savior.

 In the stages before “psychosis,” sufferers from High Conflict Personality Disorders “fixate” on one object of hate. Subconsciously, they need this “super-enemy” so they can feel whole.

This is the tragic “truth” of the identity politics of the SJW. Without a totalizing “object of blame,” the personality of the “warrior for social justice” falls apart.

While the SJWs idealize themselves as “victims” of omnipresent evil, they are in fact the victims of well-meaning “liberal” parents and “progressive” teachers who subjected them to an “experiment in social engineering.“

They were the “guinea pigs” of the progressive project. Older generations of “radicals” then exploited their “volatility and rage” for political ends.

Now is the time for your lovin’, dear, and the time for your company.
Now when the light of reason fails and fires burn on the sea,
Now in this age of confusion I have need of your company.

For I am a wild and lonely child and the son of an angry land,
Now with the high wars raging I would offer you my hand,
For we are the children of darkness and the prey of a foul command.

It’s once I was free to go roaming in the wind of a springtime mind,
Once the clouds I sailed upon were sweet as lilac wine,
Then, why have the breezes of summer, dear, been laced with a grim design?

And where was the will of my father when he raised his sword on high?
And where was my mother’s wailing when our flags were justified?
And where will we take our pleasure when our bodies have been denied?

What “Children of Darkness” are actually asking for, when they scream at us, “is our hlp.”

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Tough Love Tuesday

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2016 by andelino



How about a big dose of “tough love” for all the pathetic college crybabies in mourning over the “election” results?

After the Trump victory, several American colleges are “cancelling classes/exams” and offering their little snowflakes “grief counseling.”


Barnard College, at Columbia University, a women’s “liberal arts” college based in New York City, has given professors the opportunity to “cancel classes” and is offering students counseling after the “heightened emotions” caused by the election.

”The Barnard faculty is well aware that you may be struggling, and they are here for you,” read an email from the college president and dean.


Columbia University hosted at least five such “counseling” spaces, only one of which was “advertised” before the results came in, to help students “process” what just happened.

Harvard University hosted a “post-election discussion and reflection for students of color” according to a “mental health” representative at the college.


American University is also holding a vigil for students “who needed a quiet, safe place to reflect and talk” about the election Wednesday.

A Yale University professor made an exam “optional” to allow his students to “cope” with their psychological “devastation” from Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election.


Dozens of students at Cornell University gathered on a major campus thoroughfare for a “cry-in” to mourn the results of the 2016 presidential election Wednesday, with school staff providing “tissues and hot chocolate.”

At Tufts University, arts and crafts were on offer. And the University of Kansas reminded students via social media of the “therapy dogs” available for comfort.


Plymouth State University community advisor Kirsten Elizabeth is doing what she can to help students “cope” with their emotions following Tuesday’s “historic” election.

“Today during my office hours, 4PM to 7PM, I will be bringing my personal coloring books, crayons, markers and colored pencils for anyone to use in order to DE-stress and relax from the election results,” she posted to Facebook.

“Please do not hesitate to reach for help, whether it is to me, the rest of the Community Advisor and Residential Life University Apartment staff, the Counseling Center, the Helping Center, your friends and family or your professors,” Elizabeth wrote. “None of you are alone.”


An astronomy lecturer at the University of Maryland canceled a test scheduled for Wednesday morning, writing to students that he “worried some of their performances may be affected by “the monumental effort necessary to accept what must be a personally threatening election result.”

A professor at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, also “canceled” his Wednesday class. He told the 11 students in his PhD. “statistics” course on election night that “they didn’t have to come if they didn’t want to.”


North Carolina State  offered “counseling services” for those who need it after a presidential election. Let that “sink” in.

At Penn State, one student even reported that her friend was “forced” to teach her physics class after the professor had to “dismiss” herself to receive counseling over the election result.


University of Michigan students occupied the school’s library where they held a “candlelight” vigil to protest Trump’s victory.

Professors at the University of Connecticut, University of Rochester and Iowa State University cancelled classes because they simply couldn’t “face” the day.


“My prof canceled class to pull herself together after the election…@UW I’m paying a lot of fucking money to go to this damn school.” — Cale Woyvodich (@Cale_Woyvodich) November 9, 2016

At the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Trump’s Alma mater, Jennifer Hutchens and Engineering junior Allison Caramico agreed, saying that they spent election night “crying with members of their sorority.”

Waking up in the morning, they “felt” that the only way they could keep themselves from “breaking down” again was to take action by joining a “solidarity” walk.


Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) in Maryland are offering therapy to students upset at President-elect Donald Trump’s victory. A message from superintendent Jack R. Smith states MCPS’s intent to assist “our staff and students in processing the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election.”

“Counselors are available to help students process any concerns or feelings they have about the election. Curricular resources have been provided to assist teachers in discussing the election,” the letter states.


Little snowflakes from Berkeley High School, CA stormed out of class with their teachers. “Safe space” rooms at high schools and college campuses all over America are reporting “severe” overcrowding.

Due to “unprecedented” demands, America Campuses no longer will be able to supply “safe space” rooms for those in need of a “smack.

So, for all you little “snowflakes” who are either “suicidal or homicidal” or both as a result of the Trump “victory”


Even the “Mainstream Media” can’t keep it together.

I feel their “pain” and “love” every minute of it. These “snowflakes” need to get a handle on “themselves” before President Trump has to start “medicating” the school water supply.

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Trigger Warnings

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2016 by andelino


In the early 1930’s a “student organization” at the University of Chicago invited William Z. Foster, the “Communist Party’s” candidate for President, to give a “lecture” on campus.

Not surprisingly, the event sparked “outrage and criticism,” both at the school and around the country.


In response the school’s president, Robert M. Hutchins said, “our students . . . should have freedom to discuss any problem that presents itself” and said the “cure” for ideas we oppose “lies through open discussion rather than through inhibition.”

On a later occasion, Hutchins added that, “free inquiry is indispensable to the good life, that universities exist for the sake of such inquiry, and that without it they cease to be universities.”

A lot has “changed” in the past 80 years. Today, for example, a candidate for the “Republican Party” is more likely to be “banned” from speaking on a college campus than would be a candidate for the “Communist Party.”

But one thing has remained the same: “many students, and some professors, are uncomfortable with the idea that colleges and universities should be bastions of free inquiry.”


Over the past “five” years we’ve heard a lot about “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces.”

“Triggers warnings” are written warnings to “alert” students in advance that material “assigned” in a course might be “upsetting or offensive.”

And “safe spaces” are, as Judith Shulevitz says, the “live-action version” of trigger warnings.

A prime example, per Shulevitz, was when at Brown University. When a speaker came to present research and facts about “the role of culture in sexual assault,” students at Brown set up a “safe space” equipped with “cookies, coloring books, bubbles, Play-Doh, calming music, pillows, blankets and a video of frolicking puppies, as well as students and staff members trained to deal with trauma.”

The room wasn’t for people who had been “traumatized by an actual assault” but to provide “comfort” to those who were “traumatized” by those who were “offended” by the content of the speech.


As one student said, she had to return to the “safe space” because, “I was feeling bombarded by a lot of viewpoints that really go against my dearly and closely held beliefs.”

Unlike many other “elite” schools, the University of Chicago has chosen not to “protect” students from idea they may find “offensive.”

In 2014 UC appointed a “Committee on Freedom of Expression” to help the school “develop” policies for promoting “free and open” discourse.

One result has been a letter that the school sent out to “freshman” students:

“Welcome and congratulations on your acceptance to the college at the University of Chicago. Earning a place in our community of scholars is no small achievement and we are delighted that you selected Chicago to continue your intellectual journey.

Once here you will discover that one of the University of Chicago’s defining characteristics is our commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression. … Members of our community are encouraged to speak, write, listen, challenge, and learn, without fear of censorship. Civility and mutual respect are vital to all of us, and freedom of expression does not mean the freedom to harass or threaten others. You will find that we expect members of our community to be engaged in rigorous debate, discussion, and even disagreement. At times this may challenge you and even cause discomfort.

Our commitment to academic freedom means that we do not support so called ‘trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces’ where individuals can retreat from ideas and perspectives at odds with their own.”

While many conservatives will “cheer” the school’s bold stance, we shouldn’t forget that too many Christian students want to be “coddled” also.


A survey by the “National Coalition Against Censorship” found that many professors report offering “warnings” for the sake of conservative or religious students:

“I used trigger warnings to warn about foul or sexual language, sexual content, or violence in order to allow our very conservative students to feel more in control of the material,” wrote one instructor.

In fact, many respondents commented about warnings to address religious sensitivities. A respondent who teaches and holds an administrative post reports receiving “many complaints, some with parental involvement. These have mostly been religious objections.” . . . Another explained that “the trigger warnings that I place in my general education Humanities course syllabus have to do with religious and moral content that might be offensive to persons who are zealous about their particular faith.” Yet another observed that “the Bible … is a topic that can offend both fundamentalists and those who are not comfortable with religion.” There was even a “Rastafarian student [who] was very offended at my comparison of Akhenaten’s Great Hymn to Psalm 104.”

Rather than “joining” the left in trying to “ban” certain ideas from campuses, conservative Christians should “teach” their children how to “navigate” a world that often “disagrees with our beliefs and values.”


In this video, Matthew Woessner, a political science professor at Penn State Harrisburg, offers some “tips” on how we might do turn the “challenges” conservative students face into an “opportunity for growth.”

Conservative students are vastly “outnumbered” on campus, and their “beliefs and values” are often “ridiculed” by other students, professors and administrators.

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College Crybabies

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on May 23, 2016 by andelino


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Graduation is “soon” upon us and you’re probably “freaking” out. Rightfully so, graduating college is one of the hardest things to do.

Not only does it take months to find a “legitimate” job in your field, but you’re also slapped across the face with school “loans” right after walking across that stage, along with other “bills” you’ve never had to worry about before.

Becoming an “adult” is not all fun and we “feel” for your past “safe” space.

Unfortunately Kyle S. Reyes, President and CEO of “The Silent Partner Marketing” firm, does not. The entrepreneur recently penned an “open letter” to college students quickly approaching “post grad life,” and let’s just say it wasn’t pretty.

An open letter to college crybabies from a CEO
Kyle S. Reyes | April 18, 2016

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Dear College Students,

I remember the stress of college. The anxiety of papers due. The uncertainty of relationships. The concerns about what I was going to do after graduation.

I get it. It’s tough.

I also remember professors who challenged our perceived notions of “right” and “wrong.” I recall being exposed to movies, books and papers that I massively disagreed with. Looking back, I can visualize the heated debates between people with different perspectives. I can almost hear the yelling, the screaming, the passion and the CHALLENGES.

You’re studying and learning during the Industrial Revolution of our generation. It’s exciting. It’s encouraging. It’s liberating. And yet somehow, it’s also leading to your wussification.

Before you get all offended and run to your “safe place,” understand that I pulled that word right out of one of your trusted resources of knowledge –

Here’s the first hit for the word:

wussification (verb): The act of turning one into a wussy.
The mother has been wussifying her children from young age.
The wussification of American children is notable.

I’m sorry. I hope you didn’t mistake this letter to be one that would tell you how wonderful you are and that you’re going to make the world a wonderful place. No, my friends, that’s not what this letter is at all. This is an open letter to all those of you who are whining your way through college looking for a safe place and an entitled hall pass.

I come with a very simple message. When you cast off that safety blanket and enter into the real world, this thing called life is going to slap you faster than you can say, “Do you want fries with that?”

I recently saw an article about these so-called “marginalized students” at the University of Arizona issuing 19 pages of demands.

Then, of course, the students at Emory University who needed counseling because they didn’t feel “safe” when they saw writing in chalk that said “Trump 2016.”

To all those of you looking for your “safe place,” I have to wonder: How the hell do you walk out of your dorm (or your parents’ basement) without getting hit by a bus every day?

So on behalf of CEO’s across the country, I’d like to share with you a few lessons that you might want to learn before graduation.

  1. The Business World Doesn’t Give A Damn About You

No, really – it’s true. You saw something on the internet that you found offensive? You’ve got the sniffles? Your boyfriend broke up with you? Well, that sucks. Deal with it. I expect you to get your work done on time. Hit traffic that made you late for the fourth time this week? You should have learned after the first time that you needed to leave your house early.

Listen, even the best bosses have their breaking points. Excuses might fly in college, but they’re NOT going to fly when we’re paying you to actually get things done.

  1. The Only Safe Place Is Your Home

In the real world – and especially the business world – we’re going to challenge you. We’re going to push you. We’re going to demand that you consider other perspectives. We’re going to rip your ideas to shreds from time to time. And we’re going to insist that you play nicely with others to find ideas that actually work and implement them.

We’re going to get really pissed when you don’t deliver, and we’re going to get even more pissed when you cost us money because you weren’t willing to hustle hard enough to get the job done. And if you slack off enough, there’s no “bell curve” that’s going to save your ass from a big fat pink slip. Lucky for you there are enough people working in the unemployment office who’ve also been wussified by the system to make sure that even though you were fired for not showing up to work, you’ll probably still get to collect unemployment and sit on your ass.

  1. There’s No Such Thing As “Free”

I get it. You’ve been told that money grows on trees, that education should be free for all and that everything in life should be handed to you on a silver platter.

But welcome to the big kids’ playground. You want that health insurance? It’s going to cost you. Oh, you don’t want it? That will cost you too. You want an apartment? A house? A car? Believe it or not, you need to actually come up with some money for that! Oh, and you can quit your whining about taxes. Because SOMEONE has to pay for all of that “free” stuff – and now it’s you, sucker.

  1. If You Don’t Want To Be A Victim, Then Don’t Be

In college, any time your feelings were hurt, you were a victim. If you were challenged, the challenger was a “bigot” and you were the poor person who had their feelings hurt. Here in the real world, we expect you to be challenged and to understand that humility is just as important as bravado. Selflessness is more important that selfishness. The content of who you are as a person is more important than the color of your skin or your socio-economic background or your sex or your weight or your religious affiliation.

  1. Success Is Hard Work

We’re not going to give you five breaks a day. You’re going to have to work nights and weekends from time to time. You want to make “the big bucks”?  Then consider a nine-hour workday to be a part-time job. You’re most likely NOT going to graduate college and find a six-figure job. Hell, you’re going to be lucky if you find ANY job … and you should be grateful when you find it. Grateful … and prepared to work like a maniac to get ahead. Because in the real world, you don’t get a pass just because mommy and daddy are paying your bills.

So, ladies and gentlemen, enjoy the remainder of your time being gentle little snowflakes. Revel in the time you have at the world’s most expensive daycare’s across the country.

Because soon, you’ll be in OUR world. And it’s about to get real.

Kyle S. Reyes
The Silent Partner Marketing

For the record, the “overwhelming” majority of college kids are “normal, cool, hard-partying” people who don’t exactly “sleep in the library” but know they still have to work “pretty hard” to earn something in life.

Unfortunately it’s the vocal “minority” that’s stomping their feet and staging constant “protests” and demanding “handouts” that’s capturing all the “national” headlines and actually “interfering or ruining” the experience for that majority.

So when you say “it’s just a few bad apples, ignore them,” tell that to the kids who can’t get to “class” and are having their favorite professors “fired” for budget cuts and having their dorms “shut down” due to low enrollment.

Many college “Social Justice Warriors” will just write off this CEO as part of the “evil” 1%. Because the only people who don’t deserve “safe spaces or special treatment” are those who are “successful or rich.”

Which “begs”the question. At what point does one become so “successful” that they forfeit “basic human rights?”

Is it when you “make” $200,000? $1,000,000? Is it when you “employ” 5 people? 50? At what point is it okay to simply “take” their stuff and “demand” they shut up.

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And believe me, that’s what these “crybabies” want. They want everyone who is not them “to simply shut up.”

Think I’m “making” this up? Watch these kids attempt to shut down “freedom of speech” at the University of Michigan.

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Wal-Mart Justice

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 16, 2015 by andelino

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Dear Wal-Mart,

Someone “insulted” me in one of your stores.

Your CEO Doug McMillon must resign immediately or I will call “muscle” and have him “removed” from his office.

I am writing to inform you of a terrible “attack” I suffered in one of your stores this week.

The “assault” against me was so “violent and oppressive” that I had to immediately retreat to my “healing” space, where I lay “whimpering” on the floor for three and a half days, barely able to “move or breathe.”

I emerge now, “courageously,” only because I must see that those “responsible” are made to answer for their “crimes.” I feel deeply “triggered” even speaking about it, but I must “soldier” on, in the name of #Wal-MartJustice.

Justice 02

It all started at my “local” Wal-Mart. I was walking from my “car to the store,” minding my “own” business, when suddenly a “man” at the entrance walked up and asked me “How may I help you?”

I should pause here and apologize to the “transgender, agender, nongender, pangender, bigender, trigender, and quasigender” communities if they feel “offended or victimized” because I’m labeling this “individual” a man.

To be honest, he never mentioned his “gender identity,” and I would be the last person to ever “assume” anything about anyone.

But in this case I feel comfortable “guessing” that the man in question was a cisgender “white” Christian Republican, middle class “heterosexual” guy. Anyway, I don’t really believe in “labels,” except for the seven labels I just used in a previous sentence.

Back to the incident. The man came “alongside” me, out of nowhere and without “invitation” immediately started “sharing” his opinions with me.

They were “bad” opinions. Opinions I “didn’t” like. Opinions that were “different, confusing and scary.” Opinions that “shouldn’t” exist.

Opinions that made me feel “delegitimized, etherized and vaporized.” Literally, his “opinions” were like a “death” ray that zapped me and “reduced” me to an uneducated “minority.”

Somehow, in the midst of this “barrage,” I was able to let out a desperate shriek “Stop, stop, dear god stop.”

He “looked” at me and even his look was “offensive” because I could tell in his “head” he was still thinking “about” opinions that “weren’t” my opinions. “How dare you devalue my life experiences,” I shouted.

He told me he had no “idea” what that meant. I could tell he’d never been to the “Mizzou” college. I put up my “hands,” just like they teached us in Ferguson, MO and started screaming “Safe Space, Safe Space, I’m in my Safe Space” over and over again.

Jungle Law 08

I thought that was the “end” of it. They told me in college nobody is allowed to “think” differently, and if anyone ever does think “differently,” all I need to do is run to my “safe space.”

Everyone has to “respect” my safe space, which isn’t to be “confused” with my healing space, although my “healing space” must also be respected.

But my “defenses” were useless against the man. He only “upped” the ante. He “insulted” me. Do you “understand” what I’m saying to you?

He formed “words” with his lips and ejected “sounds” from his throat and those sounds came out in the “form” of insults. He called me “names,” all kinds of “terrible, awful” names. I’d repeat them here but I “fear” it would only cause “others” to experience the “trauma” I suffered.

Justice 07

I finally told the man “what he can do” with his opinions and walked “away” as fast as I could, while he was still “spouting” words. I felt like I might never “escape” him but eventually made it safely “inside” the store.

In a haze of “anxiety and confusion” I grabbed several items from the “shelf” and tried to leave without “paying” for them. The manager stopped me. I explained to him that I’d just been “insulted” by some guy at the door. He said he’s “sorry” about that but it doesn’t mean I get to “steal.”

Steal? I’d just been mugged by “opinions and insults” moments earlier, and now I was being “accused” of doing something that I was in the “process” of doing? I couldn’t believe it. Is there no “end” to the Wal-Mart “intolerance?”

I have been meditating on this series of “tragedies” ever since that day. It has become “clear to me,” especially in light of the “inspiring” protests at the University of Missouri, that I have no “choice” but to demand the immediate “resignation” of Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon.

Justice 04

Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon.

You might call me “ridiculous.” You might say this story sounds at least “partially” fabricated. You might say that “even” if it isn’t, it has “nothing” to do with the CEO of the company, nor does it have “anything” to do with “Wal-Mart” at all.

You might say this was “one” unpleasant man who said unpleasant “things,” and there’s no reason why “anyone” from Wal-Mart should have to “answer” for it.

You might say there’s frankly no “reason” why anything at all should be “done.” People say “mean” things to other people “all the time.” There’s not always a “remedy or  recourse,” nor should we try to “find” one.

But you are “only” saying this because you are “white and privileged.” I myself do not “identify” as white.

Jungle Law 07

My mother’s step-dad’s aunt’s hairdresser’s cousin “visited” an Indian reservation in the 50s, so I naturally consider “myself” part Cherokee, part Mohican and part Aztec.

Indeed, I “suspect” the man at Wal-Mart probably chose to “attack” me because he harbors “bigotries” against Native Americans. At one point he even said “I harbor bigotries against Native Americans.”

I know that doesn’t “sound” like something a Wal-Mart “greeter” would say, even if they do “harbor” bigotries against “minorities,” but anyone who “accuses” me of exaggerating obviously harbors “bigotries” against Native Americans.

So I must “insist” that Doug McMillon take “responsibility” for fostering an “environment” where greeters feel “comfortable” spewing “bigotries and opinions” in the stores.

I can’t point to any one “specific” thing Mr. McMillon has done to “create” this issue, but that is “precisely” the problem. His “inaction” is the real “outrage” here.

Justice 08

Indeed, what has Mr. McMillon “done?” What has he done to “stop” people from saying “mean” things in and around the nation’s Wal-Mart’s?

Has he posted “signs” reminding greeters not to share their “unwanted” opinions with others? Has he officially “declared” Wal-Mart’s to be “No Insult Zones?” Has he made any “attempt” to give his customers a “true” understanding of the impact “hurtful” words have on marginalized populations?

Has he set up “safe spaces” in his stores where those “dealing” with the effects of unpleasant “phrases and ideas” can go to regroup and “share” their feelings?

Has he followed the “progressive” lead of the University of Missouri and established racially “segregated” healing spaces where different “minority” groups can be “vulnerable” around each others when “sharing” their oppressive “racial” experiences?

Has he instituted mandatory “inclusivity and sensitivity” seminars for all of his employees and customers? Has he “conducted” awareness campaigns to make people “aware” of hurtful comments? Has he followed up those “awareness” campaigns with awareness “campaigns” to make people aware of the “awareness?”

Has he even taken the “basic” step of offering free Lululemon “Yoga” pants in the back of every Wal-Mart “store” to help his customer “DE-stress?”

Has he “done” any of this? No! Nothing! Zero! Zilch!

At this point, the only “recourse” is for Mr. McMillon to issue a “public apology, resign his post, forfeit his severance, donate all of his money to a hippy commune or public university of my choice, burn his house down, and live the rest of his life under a bridge.” I can see no other solution.

Next, I am “forced” to demand the manager of my local store being “fired” and give back the “money” he charged me for the “items” he allegedly said I “tried” to steal.

I wish it did not “have to come” to this, but it isn’t my “fault.” I’m simply a women who reasonably “expects” to only encounter “sweetness, smiles and happy thoughts,” which is my “constitutional” right.

Going forward, once the requisite “sacrifices” have been made to atone for the “opinions and insults” of one man, I make the following “additional demands:

I demand that anyone who has been injured by emotional or mental violence be permitted to purchase products without paying for them. People cannot be financially burdened during such a difficult time. To achieve social justice, aggrieved minorities must be given free stuff. They teach this on the first day of college.

I demand that Wal-Mart corporate offices hire new staff according to an arbitrary quota formula I will devise. I’ll get back to you with the specifics, but I know for sure that there should be at least 12 Native Americans, 24 black Americans, 37 homosexuals, 321 transgenders, and 600 bisexual Hispanic feminists holding high ranking positions in your company. This is just obvious. Companies that are not run by victims cannot understand victims, and if they cannot understand victims, they cannot prevent victims from being victimized, which is really the primary job of every company and every person everywhere.

I demand that Wal-Mart greeters be replaced with therapeutic asexual cuddlers. It is appalling that I ran through your store with tears streaming down my cheeks and not one – not ONE – employee offered to cuddle me and make me feel better. Every employee should be given consensual cuddle training, and there ought to be at least two specialists stationed by the entrances and exits of the stores. Again, this is obvious stuff.

I demand that Wal-Mart identify marginalized employees and customers and immediately make them general managers of their own stores.

I demand that all customers and employees be required to ride electric scooters so that the elderly and the morbidly obese don’t feel etherized.

I demand that Wal-Mart develop a strategic five year plan to end hurting and sadness. During this process, you must cooperate and consult with the Social Justice Diversity Tolerance Outreach and Inclusiveness Center, which is an institution you’ll also have to create and fund and operate and staff.

I am hereby beginning a #HungerStrike until my demands are met. Some might call me a #HeroForSocialJustice but I like to think I’m just a regular “chick” who’s finally taking a “heroic” stand.

You have 24 hours to do “everything” I’ve commanded, or else your stores will be flooded with a “racially and sexually” diverse group of young, well-dressed, upper middle class “protesters” who will hold signs, chant slogans and tweet about the “oppression” you’ve brought upon them.

The “clock” is ticking.


Justice 05






Dr. Melissa A. Click, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Mass Media
University of Missouri
220 Switzler Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 573-884-4694
Click CV

Illegal Alien Perv Who Filmed Woman on Wal-Mart Toilet to Be Deported

Safe Space Fascism

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Safe Space Fascism 01

The media has been “full of stories” about the new “sensitivity” on college and university “campuses” concerning the use of “trigger words” or “phrases that may have a hurtful” affect on students when “thoughtlessly” used in the teaching environment.

Safe Space Fascism 05

Students on campuses “insist” that educators provide advanced “warning” when a particular subject or words are likely to be discussed in the “classroom or on campus” so that any student who might be “offended or traumatized” by the use of such words or subjects can decide not to attend “courses, assignments or examen.”

Students demanded that certain “topics or words” uses be “avoided or banned” because it might “awaken sad, disturbing, or emotionally depressing memories or thoughts.”

Safe Space Fascism 03

Ms. Melissa Click, Assistant Professor of Mass Media at the University of Missouri who teaches in the “Communications Department” is keenly aware of her “role” in helping students appreciate and effectively “negotiate” the complex communication processes they “encounter” on a daily basis.

Jungle Law 08

Here is a listing of “words and phrases” Melissa Click deems to be “safe space” if you are part of the Mizzou “Protest Culture” community:

You have the right to not be offended.
You have the right to feel safe.
You have the right to free healthcare.
You have the right to a free college education.
You have the right to free housing.
You have the right to enslave others.
You have the right to not answer any questions.
You have the right not to be insulted.
You have the right to spend other people’s money.
You have the right to unlimited government handouts.
You have the right to support unlimited illegal immigration.
You have the right to be whatever sex gender you want to be.
You have the right to a safe space whenever someone expresses an opinion you disagree with.
You have the right to use violence and muscle to remove people you don’t like.
You have the right to abort your baby anytime.
You have the right to be offended by the very same words and phrases you use against others.
You have the right to judge people by the color of their skin rather than the content of their character.
You have the right to wear clothing images with mass murdering psychopaths.
You have the right to free-stuff but others don’t have a right to theirs.

Safe Space Fascism 02

You have the right to believe that gun control and gun-free zones actually works.
You have the right to believe that the rights of others end where your feelings begin.
You have the right to believe that Marxism is a workable economic theory.
You have the right to believe that a frat brother’s drunken rant constitutes institutionalized racism.
You have the right to believe that some people have too much money, and that you should have some of it.
You have the right to believe that armed criminals aren’t threat, but innocent gun owners are.
You have the right to believe that the US Constitution is an outdated document to be shredded.
You have the right to believe that U.S. borders can exist without fences.
You have the right to believe that Islam is a Religion of Peace.
You have the right to believe that Climate Change is more of a threat than ISIS.
You have the right to believe in Socialism, Communism, Collectivism and Fascism.
You have the right to believe that turning the US into a third world country will improve it.
You have the right to believe that ISIS has nothing to do with the radical cult of Islam.

The University of Missouri responded with setting up a “safe space” lounge intended to give students who might find comments “hurtful, troubling or condescending” a place to recuperate.

Safe Space Fascism 04

The room is equipped with “cookies, coloring books, bubbles, Play-Doh, calming music, pillows, blankets and a video of frolicking puppies,” as well as faculty “staff” members trained to deal with “trauma.”

Safe Space Fascism 06

This simple “inexpensive” sign will clear out a city block of “safe space” at universities across the globe in a “heartbeat.”

The Madness of College Political Correctness
Campus Crazies going on “Million Student March”

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