Just a matter of time

Huffington Post (no surprise):

“This redistribution of the world’s wealth is long overdue, and it is not just South Africa where white males own a disproportionate amount of wealth.

Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?

In 2017 this might sound a bit extreme. But just wait.

This is why I say The Awful Truths:

Ultimately, the only way left to Western men to save our culture and civilization is to adopt, fiercely and without apology, every single attitude, belief and behavior pattern of which our enemies accuse us and which we, as a group, have striven to disavow. By trying vainly to live up to their moral code, we have completely disarmed ourselves and have granted to people who loathe us the power to judge us. And the judgment is always the same: guilty.

Our situation is so dire that only by re-claiming and actually becoming the worst forms of what they say we are can we hope to re-arm ourselves agains them.

The article is by a White female grad student.

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Shelley Garland

MA Philosophy Student

Shelley Garland is an activist and a feminist and is currently completing an MA degree in philosophy. When she’s not gagging at South Africa’s unique brand of rainbow politics, she’s working on ways to smash the patriarchy.


One more reason why women ought not be allowed in universities, So many of the Estrogen Brigade are traitorous disloyal opportunists. Of course, she assumes that her vagina saves her from the privileges of her White skin. I’d love to drop her in a room of Black womanists and see how long she survives.

Or even better, a room full of Zulu males…


2 thoughts on “Just a matter of time

  1. I can’t possibly comment on the contents of the article. It is what it is, and I’ve learned from experience that trying to have a rational debate with one of these people is a pointless exercise, though Ms. Garland would do well to bone up on the history of Zimbabwe. Nothing too heavy, a Wikipedia article or two, a light Google search on the dispossession of white farmers and subsequent agricultural issues in the past 15 years. No, what strikes me is the simplistic argument and unsophisticated writing style. The quality of her writing wouldn’t have passed muster in my public high school AP English class, let alone the quality of her argument with my freshman philosophy teacher at a middling Jesuit U in the mid-80s. Say what you will about my generation, we wrote pretentious crap with the best of them, but we aimed mighty high when we did it. Turgid, Foucaultian impenatribility was the goal, and if they knew what you were talking about, you’d failed in your mission. The masthead doesn’t say where she’s pursuing her MA/working on smashing the patriarchy, but at a time when you can write “Black Lives Matter” a hundred times and get into Stanford, I suppose it could be an upper Ivy as easily as Everett Community College. As a friend of mine often says regarding such things, this is what the Marines died at Guadalcanal for.


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