I wanted to open this article with a clever and offensive joke about Ariana Grande’s lack of popularity with Muslim audiences, but really all I can think about is pictures of young white British girls that were brutally killed by this
swarthy Kebab sand-nigger “Asian man with a backpack”. It’s hard to be edgy and make wisecracks when you know that innocent English school-girls were annihilated in their own ancestral homeland by a hostile foreign adversary that has successfully invaded their country and has actually succeeded in normalizing catastrophic levels of regularly occurring terrorism.
These were innocent children attending a concert by some forgettable Nickelodeon actress turned wannabe pop star, which in any other era would be an occasion remarked upon in later years with a twinge of embarrassment, but thanks to Europe’s suicidal infatuation with “Asian” immigration, going to this shitty performance would be the last mistake 22 people would ever make. Insert clever joke about the consequences of bad music here.
To normal, sane people, if an alien foreigner infiltrates your country and then blows himself up in your backyard and takes dozens of innocent people with him, you’d expect that outrage, anger, and hostility would be counted among the typical human reactions. Now imagine that this scenario involving the same alien foreigners with the same religious and political beliefs regularly murder scores of people on a regular basis for the same stated reasons over and over again. Probably a certain degree of antipathy towards said ethno-religious group would be entirely understandable, even if one personally thought the conclusions were a bit rash.
Not so on Clownworld. On Clownworld, being distraught and upset about sand-niggers raping and blowing up little British girls or running them over with trucks is actually pathologized. Recently when Katie Hopkins fired off an emotional, off-the-cuff Tweet stating that a “Final Solution” was needed for the issue of Kebabs spontaneously detonating among large groups of Britons, she was immediately condemned.
Maybe the choice of “Final Solution” was in poor taste, though I hardly disagree with this sentiment and most people who read this site would say she didn’t go nearly far enough. The fact that wanting to expel violent Muslim religious fanatics that like to kill dozens of your citizens at a time is actually controversial is more of a sad commentary on the state of affairs in (((modern))) neo-liberal societies than anything else.
Naturally though, the Britbongs of Clownworld took a very dim view of this and reported Katie Hopkins to the police. That’s right, Noticing Things and Noticing Who’s Doing Them is worse than detonating a suicide bomb in a crowded foyer and killing 22 people. Being mean to Muslims means the full force of the Clown Sharia will zealously patrol your Twitter account and shame you into proper absurdist behavior.
In Clownworld, actual human responses to the atrocities committed by other individuals is considered morally repulsive, if said individual is part of a favored client group. The morally courageous thing to do is hold a stiff upper lip and say “You will not have my hate”. While I’m tempted to remark on how fucking bizarre it is to resurrect some Christian nonsense about turning the other cheek when you’re ostensibly supposed to be post-modern atheists, what I find more interesting is that being an authentic, natural human being has been actively censored and pathologized. Caring about your people, recognizing threats to them, and being emotionally distraught when some Kebab blows them to pieces is now a cultural taboo.
What society can actually survive criminalizing its own self-defense? Most cultures at least offered physical resistance to their enemies, yet in the Current Year on Clownworld we have entire Clown-Nations run by circus performers who have proscribed even talking about fighting back. This logic certainly doesn’t extend to all sorts of victim-blaming narratives aimed at white folk for their purported abuses of Muslim countries; yet again, weird Christian narratives about righteous vengeance are belched up out of the darkness like some neo-Liberal Jungian shadow-self manifesting out of the shitlib collective unconscious. The Clowns are such victims of normalcy bias that seeing an existential threat for what it is or imagining a world not defined by white people arguing over how sinful they are is simply beyond their very comprehension. The Clown Dance is expected to go on for perpetuity as we all honk our noses at each other between dodging bursts from AK-47s and skipping in our big yellow shoes among the burning cars left by the latest suicide bombing.
Seltzer water splashes of “xenophobia” and “hatespeech” are deployed against the people complaining that perhaps regular massacres constitute something of an irreconcilable difference between the characteristics of Islamic societies and Western nations whose citizens only ask that they be able to go out in public without the threat of being raped, assaulted, run over with a truck, or blown to bloody pieces by a suicide vest. Emmanuel Macron, the Clown Prince of France remarked that terrorism was simply an “imponderable problem that would be part of our daily lives for the years to come”, as if being blown up by Islamic fanatics was just as natural and implacable as the sun rising in the morning. One cannot even ponder the phenomena, it is just one of life’s great mysteries.
Poor Katie Hopkins swiftly deleted her heretical tweet, but already the clowns at The Guardian implied that her rash comment somehow instills more fear and violence than blowing up people with suicide bombs. Not to be outdone, the Clowncar at The Independent rolled up and deployed the following clownwork masterpiece about how she is actually helping ISIS: “If we simply become angry, as Katie Hopkins appears to, then we play into the terrorists’ hands.” The clowns turned a few somersaults and went on to say that anger begets violence, begging all sorts of questions for people not smoking Clown Crack.
Yes, we must be careful about hating people who kill dozens of civilians, because this might lead to violence.