TMR’s special on swatting leftists continues with Part Two: Get Comfortable.
TMR’s special on swatting leftists begins in earnest with Part One: Read and Prepare.
Happy New Year everyone! I hope 2018 is off to a flying start for you all.
What’s that I hear you say? It’s been too long since my last post and you’re starting to feel triggered? And you want me make up for it with a multi-part special on debating leftists?
I’m so glad you asked!
Following the 2018 Golden Globe celebrity virtue-signalling awards, we discovered that:
- black is now quite literally the new black (I guess it was only a matter of time);
- #metoo apparently means that, while behaving in a sexually inappropriate manner towards adult celebrity women is now definitely not ok, the issue of behaving in a sexually inappropriate manner towards girls under the age of 14 is still a bit of a grey area:
Merry Christmas Millennials!
Because I’m such a nice privileged white male, I’ve decided to give you some free advice. You may detect a common theme.
To TMR’s regular readers, the initial version of the post below (Here, Have Some More Idiot Economics) was inadvertently published from an earlier draft and was not the final version that now appears.
Apologies if you were one of the early readers.
Extra brownie points if you were one of the early readers and noticed a couple of the drafting flaws (which have now been forever stricken from the record!).
This is The West’s useful idiot of an economics editor Shane Wright, wondering the other day where WA’s economic growth was going to come from. If you would like to play along at home, try to strain your brain for the answer – goodness knows Shane tried to have a go:
Conversely, when Hillary did things like this, we were expected to make nothing of it whatsoever:
I posted on Hillary’s obvious health issues during the 2016 US Presidential election campaign. One year on, a couple of the video links have interestingly gone dead.
Isn’t it funny how the left:
- said that any public debate on homosexual marriage would turn nasty and harmful towards homosexuals (and their children) – and then it didn’t. Indeed, the opposite occurred… repeatedly;
- promised that a plebiscite (or survey) would lead to a rash of teen homosexual suicides – yet not a single such suicide is known to have occurred:
I saw this opinion written by Sanjeev Sabhlok (as a guest poster) over at Catallaxy Files and just about fell out of my chair. It relates to the Federal Parliament’s citizenship crisis and attempts to follow the ‘law is stupid’ line of argument:
Stop worshipping the Constitution. Please start thinking.
Citizenship is meaningless if it does not include the right to represent the community in parliament. Australia citizenship is arguably worthless since our constitution imposes restrictions on citizens who can contest elections.