Category SJW

Google Employee Fired

The good employees at Google this morning can go to work knowing that if they ever deviate from the narrative, they will suffer the same fate. The Google employee behind a ten-page viewpoint diversity manifesto that went viral online has been fired. James Damore, whose manifesto criticizing the politically correct corporate culture at Google prompted […]

Tiana Dalichov | Agenda 46 | 27Crows Radio #2

       

SJWs Have a Horrible Memory

In addition to projection, lying and doubling down, add long term memory loss to the list of growing annoyances surrounding SJWs. Yeah… gonna have to call bullshit on their whining, bitching, and moaning about no strong female leads. We need more strong male leads these days. Even Aristotle knew what made a good story. A […]

Muh Equal Representation at Tor

I don’t buy Tor books unless they were published before 2005 and at a used book store, just to make sure I don’t give the raging SJWs working and writing there any money. Why you ask? Let’s get real, people. We constantly face the need to push back against the perpetual rewriting of literary history. […]

Don’t Fly Delta

I’ve already heard horror stories from people who have dared to fly Delta, but now I officially have a reason outside of lousy service to never fly with them. Back when nearly everyone else on the planet seemed outraged at United Airlines over the violent de-seating of a paying passenger, Ann Coulter, as she so often does, […]

Only Irish can serve potatoes!

The only way to respond to such insanity of a Portland woman having to shut down her burrito stand because “cultural appropriation” is with equal insanity.  Re: Steve Sailer’s blog post Portland Burrito Truck Shut Down After Being Accused of Culturally Appropriating Burritos From: A (Northern) Irish Reader I have lived in Portland. It is […]

Beware of the eyes!

If I had known that eye contact can lead to mental health problems, I could have missed out on so many meaningless courses in school. Sick day anyone? Students who avoid making eye contact with their peers could be guilty of racism, according to Oxford University’s latest guidance. The university’s Equality and Diversity Unit has […]