[DISCORD] Re: Hilarious Feminist Redirect Cringe

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It’s a common tactic with the Regressive Left. They actually taught us how to “redirect” in a gen ed communications class I took in college. They claimed it was a “debate tactic”.

Only back then there was actually some finesse involved. You look at young leftists these days like this brave womxn and AOC, and it becomes obvious that no one has even bothered to instruct them. They simply ignore inconvenient questions and come out with their prepackaged soundbites.

NPCs at their finest. Which is probably why I am now able to watch this womxn and laugh. A few months ago, that wouldn’t have been the case.

[Tay] can vouch for me on that. He’s been subjected to more of my feminism-is-cancer rants than any of you guys.

Feminism is an ideology that has nothing to do with women’s rights. Womyn are simply convenient tools for these neo-Marxists to achieve their vision of an identity-based caste system of goodthinking minority womyn on top and cis white males — and “gender traitors” — on the bottom.

Celebrities have made feminism seem sexy, and the mainstream media has been sugarcoating the inherent racism and misogyny of it all, but feminism’s worst enablers have been ordinary people who say, “The don’t mean that literally,” and “Not all feminists…”

FACEBOOK: Hollywood Underverse

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SCIENTOLOGY: the result of one man’s glimpse into The Threshold during an acid trip.

NECROMONGER FAITH: the result of Xenu leading all of the Hollywood votaries to said Threshold and into the Underverse beyond.

NECROMONGER: a B-list celebrity or movie extra lacking sufficient liquid capital to cover Xenu’s Final Auditing Fee, yet still too heavily invested to Take a Bow and give Kabbalah a decent go.

FACEBOOK: Issues

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Whenever I hear someone use the words ‘dialogue’ and ‘issues’ together in a single sentence (and it’s usually some airhead female celebrity), I picture Plato lying on Freud’s couch, weeping as he recounts the horrific sexual abuse he suffered at the hands of Socrates.

“Tell me about the cave, Plato.”