Category Archives: Political Correctness

Sarah Palin’s Pearls Before Swine

Donald Trump, Elections, Political Correctness, Sarah Palin

Some of the bons mots delivered by Sarah Palin in Ames, Iowa, where she endorsed Donald Trump, were doggone terrific. My earlier prediction was premature. Palin ditched the handlers that had dogged her and deformed her style, and went back to being the wild girl from Wasilla, Alaska:

What the hell would the establishment GOP Machine know about conservatism?

We’re mad; have been had. … Doggone right, we’re angry, time to drill, baby, drill down.

Trump has gone rogue.

Safety nets have been turned into hammocks.

They’re wearing political correctness like a suicide vest.

Complicity is on both sides of the aisle.

Trump’s not an elitist; he respects hard hats.

Monkey Mayor Kenney Sees No Evil, Speaks No Evil Of Islam

Islam, Jihad, Political Correctness, Terrorism

Among its many functions, the tyranny of political correctness serves as a shield for intellectual defectives like Philadelphia’s Democratic mayor, Jim Kenney. A cop got shot by a Muslim, today. “Muslim cop-shooter says he did it ‘in the name of Islam,'” writes Pamela Geller, “but Philly mayor says no, ‘does not represent’ Islam.’ You can’t make this stuff up. His cop is shot in the name of Islam and the mayor’s knee-jerk reaction is to protect Islam, not the cop.” MORE.

Correction: There is nothing “knee-jerk” about the dhimmitude of the mayor. It’s acquired, ingrained and meant to infect.

Just another day in la-la land, following in footsteps of the neutered Europeans, who encourage (by exculpating) the public, mass rape of their women.

UPDATE II: No Men Left In Europe To Defend The Women (Cut-Throat Immigrants)

Crime, Europe, Gender, IMMIGRATION, Islam, Left-Liberalism, Political Correctness

Today, there is nothing on Der Spiegel Online about the en masse rapes-by-Muslim, reported across Germany, from Cologne to Hamburg to Stuttgart (the paper leads with a story on gender inequality in corporate Germany). BBC News does still do news, offering this headline on the front page of the website: “Cologne sex attacks require police rethink.” I wonder what is being reconsidered? Promiscuous Asylum and immigration policies? Perish the thought.

Let’s see what we have here: Girly German men in power complain of a “lack of resources,” point to “a completely new dimension of crime,” apparently hitherto not encountered in Germany (before mass importation of rape-by-Muslim).

Oh yeah, and one of the girls, Ralf Jaeger, interior minister for North Rhine-Westphalia, said that “right-wing poisoning of the climate of our society” is “at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women.”

I don’t know about you, but I would rather be subjected to a “right-wing” harangue than to rape.

And I thought Germans were smarter that Americans. Lots of American women would be carrying concealed. I would.

The whole West has been sissified.

UPDATE I (1/7): Facebook discussion of the importation of cut-throat immigrants.

UPDATE II (1/10):

UPDADE III: Merkel’s a disgrace. Germany’s chancellor for life—she’s been in power since November 2005—has set a high bar for the deportation of migrants who had no natural right to be in Germany in the first place:

A Christmas Story

Christianity, Political Correctness, Pop-Culture

“A Christmas Story,” directed by the late Bob Clark, RIP, is a film,

described by a critic as “one of those rare movies you can say is perfect in every way.” “A Christmas Story,” directed by Bob Clark, debuted in 1983. Set in the 1940s, the film depicts a series of family vignettes through the eyes of 9-year-old Ralphie Parker, who yearns for that gift of all gifts: the Daisy Red Ryder BB gun.

This was boyhood before “bang-bang you’re dead” was banned; family life prior to “One Dad Two Dads Brown Dad Blue Dads,” and Christmas before Saint Nicholas was denounced for his whiteness and “merry Christmas” condemned for its exclusiveness. …

READ “A Sad Christmas Story,” a classic (the film and column).

This Christmas Eve (2016) feels a little different in a good way. Everybody seems unafraid to loudly wish others “Merry Christmas.” Is this less-PC Xmas another of Donald Trump’s achievements?