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HuffPo Suggests “Banning White Men From Voting For 20 Years” To Fix Problems

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  • HuffPo Suggests “Banning White Men From Voting For 20 Years” To Fix Problems

    Once again, the fascist left shows its true colors - this time via the Huffington Post media site.

    The perpetually PMSing feminists and gelded lefty metromales who run the show at Huffington Post online sites are truly out of touch with reality and are afflicted with several varieties of mental disorders. Unless a fascist socialist dictator like Hitlery Clinton or Bernie "Moon Unit" Sanders is installed in the Oval Office and the fascist left is given full control of Congress, I'm pretty sure what these mopes want will never happen here in the U.S.

    If that were ever to come to pass and white males are denied their unalienable right to vote, the lefty zealots at HuffPo are ignoring one slight ramification: The UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES such an unlawful edict would bring to pass.


    Link: http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017...the-franchise/

    Huffington Post: ‘Could It Be Time to Deny White Men the Franchise?’





    by Oliver JJ Lane 14 Apr 2017

    The South African edition of left wing media site The Huffington Post has published an opinion piece accusing white men of being a retrograde force in politics and calling for the vote to be withdrawn from the racial gender group as a means to advance the “progressive cause."


    Writing on the potential to run down the political and social influence of “toxic white males” by withdrawing their right to the ballot, Huffington Post contributor Shelley Garland — who describes herself as an “activist and a feminist” student who is “working on ways to smash the patriarchy” —says the change only need be enacted for 20 to 30 years or so. This period would “go some way to seeing a decline in the influence of reactionary and neo-liberal ideology in the world."




    Blaming white males for “Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year” including Brexit and the election of President Donald Trump, Garland’s apparently serious piece claimed just a couple of decades of white men being excluded from elections could see such progressive leaps forward as the collapse of Western law and capitalism, and a massive redistribution of wealth from “toxic white masculinity” through “expropriation of these various assets”.

    Among the charges laid at the feet of white males by the author are the 2008 recession, and “500 years colonialism, slavery, and various aggressive wars and genocides”.



    The extremely sexist and racist nature of the piece has been noted by many on social media. Ben Harris-Quinney, chairman of Britain’s oldest Conservative think tank The Bow Group, took to Twitter to suggest that had the piece targeted any other minority group as opposed to white males, it would “be the end” of the online publication.

    Social media users also speculated on the likelihood of Shelley Garland merely being a pseudonym, with some pointing out her lack of presence on the internet besides The Huffington Post. A parody account for Garland created after the article was published joked about the amount of “[white male] tears” shed for the piece, and rejected the notion she was a work of fiction.
    The implication that I was created by @HuffingtonPost to spread their opinions or that I wasn't properly vetted is absurd!

    — Shelley Garland (@garland_shelley)
    April 14, 2017
    "There are only two things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights." - Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler, USMC

    "The Constitution of most of our states (and of the United States) assert that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Absurd though it may be, if it walks like a duck, looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's probably a duck.

    This reaction to the tweets just shows the typical collectivist reaction to something they don't like and have no reasonable (i.e. containing a tiny amount of truth or logical argument) retort is to call names.

    One thing that really amazes me is that no one seems to ever want to decry the obvious desire to deny others their basic rights. The other obvious abuse of the term 'progressive' when the true objective is regressive is something that is rampant. I wish the public would wake up, but I think they're too stupid to do that for the most part.

    Cheers,

    PH

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