Every so often, when the behaviour of curebies or normalists gets so obnoxiously bigoted that just reading about it makes my neurochemistry do backflips, I start asking people one question. Why are you not fighting back in some manner? As the example of the Black Panthers who frightened the NRA into supporting a firearm restriction law in 1967 proves to me, even threatening to go around armed makes the norms react with deep, irrational fear. Continue Reading
Violence keeps the world in line. Get over yourselves, passives.
Posted by Kronisk on January 15, 2013
Posted in: Autistic Identity, Good films, Good music, Media, Philosophy, Political. Tagged: animal house, bigotry, black panthers, bob hoskins, carter g. woodson, central western sydney, danny the dog, equality never follows begging, henry gibson, inferiority versus perception of inferiority, iron sky, jump jim crow, kruma steward, ku klux klan, mad magazine, my dying bride, normalism, normies, nra hypocrisy, nra supported the mulford act, reasonable fear promotes order, societal covenant, stephen king, the blues brothers, the phantom menace, tolerating is the same as doing, tolkien, uncle tom, uncle tom's cabin, unleashed. 2 Comments