The Honk pill (Clown World)

gework

Ostrich
Gold Member
The only kind of people who will be influenced by that pom pom ad are the type of people who will be too high or otherwise distracted to remember to vote.

What's with Netflix and interracial relationships?

Why would you support or waste time on the droppings of a megacorporation that is imbibed with radical left theology?

Virtually everything they produce is at least one of: debauched, a festival of cheating, anti-white, violent against the inocent, peado etc.

They don't produce anything moral, or even good ol' masculine action and adventure.

If I ever watch any media again I will get it via torrent.

There was a British TV series from about 20 years ago about a white manlet and his Indian wife and kids. Pure virtue singaling. There were endless sentimental shots of their disabled son. It has a 4.8 rating on IMDB, but it ran for 22 episodes. Seems no one remembers it.

 

fokker

Pelican
Also, an Afghani nominated "Swede of the Year" has had his government integration advisor post removed after anti-fag and anti-jew posts he had made online over the years were found:

 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
‘Die in a fire’: Twitter employees reveal deep hatred for Trump
The tweets are running the asylum.

Twitter’s senior executives have a long history of anti-Trump hatred, a Post review of dozens of accounts of top employees found.

The venom, vitriol and, in some cases, vows to help Joe Biden across the finish line in next month’s presidential election continue to live online as the company earlier this week decided to censor The New York Post’s revelations about Hunter Biden’s emails to a consultant for the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.

“GET HIM OUT,” posted a senior site reliability engineer on Aug. 18. “What a f–king baboon.”

One manager with almost nine years on the job said he was quite keen to watch Biden “crush [Trump] in the election” and that he hoped the president would “be utterly humiliated while also suffering greatly from #COVID19.” In another post he fantasized about the president being put on a ventilator.

He calls Trump “a f–king idiot” and the voters who elected him — “hysterically f–king stupid people.”

At the same time the employee has been a consistent cheerleader of his company’s efforts to rein in the president on the platform and curb the spread of “misinformation.”

“I’m really proud of how quickly we’ve worked to make this possible for the US elections,” he wrote.

Others publicly wish the president harm.

One Twitter engineering manager said Trump should “die in a fire” in a January 2017 tweet. A year later, he rang in the new year by saying “Happy 2018! Donald Trump is dead!”

None of these comments have ever been flagged by Twitter or been subject to any other form of official sanction, even as the social-media giant dishes out discipline to others for sharing legitimate news stories that might hurt Biden. The company finally ordered the vicious tweet to be deleted on May 29 — years after being posted.

A consistent theme among employees is a desire to see Trump defeated.

A talent brand program manager cried after Trump was elected president and publicly vowed to oppose him.

A global project manager with more than a decade on the job posted proudly that he was phone banking for Biden.

A vice president in sales finance said supporting Biden alone was not enough, and urged colleagues to spread cash to Dems in competitive Senate races.

After a fly landed on Vice President Mike Pence’s head during his debate with Sen. Kamala Harris on Oct. 7, the Twitter veep noted crudely that flies are “drawn to sh-t.”

One woman has worked at Twitter since 2012, with her only career interruption being a four-month stint as a data analyst for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. She boasted how her husband twice sued the Trump administration.

“Trump must be defeated,” opined another exec, a group product manager.

One employee took to Twitter last month to inform the world that her pup was part of the resistance as well.

“Every night my dog takes a crap on the lawn of the one house on our street with a Trump sign,” she said proudly.

Ad hominem jabs toward Trump and his administration were commonplace among Twitter’s longtime ranks.

The company’s global creative partnership head has called Trump “swine.” An associate brand strategist labeled the president an “egomaniacal blowhard.” A sales manager in New York called Trump “the Enron of presidents.”

Spreading lies about the Trump family is also not beneath Twitter’s sentinels. A senior staff engineer inquired why the media wasn’t looking into Melania Trump’s “possible stint as a sex worker.” (The first lady denied this allegation and successfully sued over it.)

Twitter’s “head of integrity” Yoel Roth was infamously busted over a series of old tweets revealing him to be a die-hard Trump hater.

In his posts, Roth — who helped author the policy update used by the company to flag and label posts from President Trump — compared White House officials to Nazis and Trump to a “racist tangerine.”



Conservative critics — who have long complained of Twitter’s systemic bias against Republicans — were not surprised.

“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why they only selectively enforce these rules. It’s because the people who work there all believe the same things,” GOP strategist Chris Barron told The Post. “A liberal [verified account] never has to pay a price for advocating violence.”

“We do not hire based on political beliefs and completely support our employees’ right to express themselves and support the causes they care about,” Twitter’s Chief Human Resources Officer Jennifer Christie said in a statement to The Post.

“Our employees are professionals, and we require them to bring objectivity to their work regardless of their personal views. We will not be dissuaded from continuing to work to fairly and impartially enforce our rules.”

 
This is the same woman who advocated throwing out objective standards for firefighter tests because too many working class white guys benefited from being the sons or firefighters - a brief read of her bio shows she is a huge beneficiary of ethnic nepotism and networking and her father was a lawyer and her grandfather was a judge. The hypocrisy of these people is mind numbing.

The family is one of the most notorious Jewish law families - made a ton of money liquidating Japanese American assets during WWII, close connections to jewish crime families (not mentioned in Wiki) and her father advocated the first wave of 'let blacks off' laws that created the crime wave of the 60s and 70s which was really the assertion of Jewish power and driving out remaining wasp and ethnic white power from cities.

In short her whole story can be summed up: Every. Single. Time.
Unz has a great link on her father:
" As Russo notes with considerable outrage, the histories of nearly all of Bazelon’s fellow Supermob criminal confederates who seized political control of California have similarly been whitewashed and forgotten, with almost none of their sordid path to wealth and power ever appearing in the media, and their glowing obituaries instead hailing them as among America’s greatest civil libertarians and most generous philanthropists. "
For example, I would not be entirely surprised if Bazelon and a few of his close associates consciously began efforts to disrupt the orderliness of American society so that they would be free to pursue their corrupt or criminal activities undisturbed, much like rodents would prefer a litter-filled and decrepit house in which to build their hidden nests. But it seems quite plausible that most of their liberal epigones have subsequently followed those same ideas while remaining completely ignorant of the very cynical motives that may have originally inspired them.

Consider Bazelon’s grand-daughters Emily and Lara, a journalist and an academic respectively, whose bylines I have regularly noticed over the years in the pages of The New York Times and various other elite publications, generally promoting all sorts of mainstream-liberal causes and policies. Given that they were raised under very different circumstances, I tend to doubt that either of them has anything like the long record of criminality which the elder Bazelon had accumulated as he clawed his way to the top of our society. Indeed, I wouldn’t be surprised if they remain as completely unaware of his dark history as I had been until quite recently. Perhaps they had simply read all the same media stories on their illustrious grandfather that I did, and regarded him as a towering pillar of liberal moral rectitude, whose principled ideals they deeply committed themselves to follow. So as a consequence, it is quite possible that some of the policies they zealously advocate may have been explicitly designed to be destructive to our society, but they remain totally ignorant of that crucial fact

This is why Clown-World exists - Corruption, dishonesty, evil and greed can prosper.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
The new /Pol/ meme?

"Debunked"

Undermining the Fake News rallying cry before they can gain traction with it.

AC :

“Debunked” is the new meme-word on /pol. I get the impression that Q’s intel is inserting the word debunked as a meme of mockery on every thread there because the Cabal is telling the media the next Biden drops will have to be called “debunked.” So by making the word an overused meme of mockery now, along the line of “fake news,” they will preemptively disarm that attack before it can be launched.


 
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