Michael Myers Accused of Being Homophobic in New ‘Halloween’ Movie

Psychopathic killer Michael Myers is facing backlash from the internet over his bigotry against gay people.

The madness continues.  Now even serial killers have to be politically correct in who they kill.  I bet Michael Myers and Jason Vorhees miss the days when they  could just kill anybody! 

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MLB Caves To Pressure, Moves All Star Game Out Of Atlanta

Major League Baseball will move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta after Georgia passed voting bills that disproportionately affect people of color.

 

A couple of thoughts on Major League Baseball moving the All Star Game

 

I don’t give a shit about Major League Baseball anymore but has anyone even read S.B. 202? For example: the new law does not change Georgia’s Election Day voting hours.  Thirty-four other states require voter ID. The amount of lies being spread by the media is getting out of hand. The Left used to say that corporate money in politics was evil and terrible. Now they insist corporations speak out against policies they (the Left) oppose.

 

President Biden referred to it as “Jim Crow on steroids .” Joe went farther and sought to destroy parts of Georgia’s economy by calling for Major League Baseball to move its All-Star Game out of Georgia. 

All he is doing is helping to hurt the Georgia economy and stoke more racial division. Guess who works these baseball games in Atlanta?  Not rich white people.  States set the voting laws, not the President. 

I would tell MLB to cite the specific items they are troubled with and why. Where is the verbiage or evidence that it harms “people of color” differently?  How? This is another example of pandering to minorities to appear woke. I was looking forward to baseball this year, but now baseball is getting involved in politics again (kneeling last year) and that is enough for me.  

Read the full article at: dailycaller.com

In the new ‘victimocracy,’ claiming grievances yields power

After my family and I immigrated to Canada from India in 2004, we faced several obstacles to success. We weren’t acculturated to Western norms and conventions, my mom couldn’t transfer her college credits and we struggled to make ends meet for a long period of time. 

On top of the many economic hurdles we faced, I was consistently tormented in elementary school for looking different. I vividly recall my peers mocking me with caricatured Indian accents (despite my own westernized tongue) and telling me to “go back to where you came from.” 

The combination of being dark-skinned, an immigrant, economically poor, subject to racist bullying and belonging to a minority religion (Sikhism) ranks highly on current tests for intersectionality, which attempt to “calculate oppression.” 

Because of my identity and experiences, I would have been the perfect student for today’s “anti-racist” programs that have become pervasive in schools in the wake of George Floyd’s tragic death last year. 

At R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School in California, for example, third-graders are instructed to deconstruct their racial identities and reflect on which identity traits “hold power and privilege” and which do not. Students also learn the “dominant culture” is upheld and perpetuated by “white, middle class, cisgender, educated, able-bodied, Christian, English speaker[s].” 

I could have easily adopted a perpetual victimhood mindset and considered myself a member of the “oppressed class,” railing against white supremacy and systemic racism. But a victim outlook was completely antithetical to everything my mom taught me as a child. 

Read the full article at: nypost.com

The Obsolete Man and Totalitarianism

The 3 books below are among some of the best critiques against totalitarianism and censorship.  

3 classics of dystopian literature:

1) George Orwell’s “1984”

2) Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World”

3) Ray Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451”

Everyone has heard of those books. Interestingly, I stumbled upon an episode of The Twilight Zone called “The Obsolete Man.”    I am intrigued by how relevant it is today.

As a vision of totalitarianism, “The Obsolete Man” encapsulates a common fear felt throughout America during the cold war era: the destruction of the rights of man at the hands of the state. By far, my favorite episode of The Twilight Zone I’ve yet seen was an episode written by Rod Serling and which originally aired on June 2, 1961.  This episode, titled “The Obsolete Man,” is set in a dystopian future at a point when the state has total control over the lives of man, and can and does declare those men and women who do not … Continue reading →

Read the full article at: www.lewrockwell.com