Wednesday, January 15, 2020

If You Strike At Stephen King, You'd Best Not Miss

Poor Stephen really stepped in the pool of rotting flesh and oozing blood this time. The reply I included is representative of a whole host of adherents to Nazi Race Theory - people who obsess on skin color, sex, gender and whatever else it is we use to superficially group people these days - who attacked him for his outrage.

JK Rowling experienced the same thing when she said women can't become men and vice versa.

I find all of this deeply encouraging. This is what is going to kill the Nazi movement on the left. Some successful and powerful dude or dudette is going to make an obviously factual statement about their area of expertise. The Social Justice Gestapo will swoop in to cancel them, but they will be so powerful that even the Gestapo will have no power. The powerful dude or dudette will tell them all to get stuffed.

Stephen King didn't quite do that. He backed off to whining about a level playing field, but as far as I know, Rowling stuck to her guns.

The ultimate turning point will come when the superstar under attack takes the red pill and realizes that all of the rest of us Normals, the conservatives who have lived their lives being told we're full of hate, weren't full of hate after all.

Then the real fun begins.

Sort of like what happened with Kanye.

1 comment:

Foxfier said...

In defense of the insane idiot attacking him, King has been hard-core signaling that such as her can "expect better" for the last two decades, at least.

"Better" meaning that he'd sacrifice anything to be praised by the cutting edge twits.

Incidentally, all Rowling said that I saw was that someone should not be fired for saying that sex is real.
Which is a much more milktoast version than "men can't be women."

“Dress however you please. Call yourself whatever you like. Sleep with any consenting adult who’ll have you. Live your best life in peace and security. But force women out of their jobs for stating that sex is real?” tweeted Rowling, adding the hashtags #IStandWithMaya and #ThisIsNotADrill.


I figure they're both basically "nice people" who ran into the issues with the difference between "nice" and "good."