Even Barack Obama disagrees with SJWs


They called him a secret Muslim, and they called him a crypto-Socialist, and those may or may not be true, but even America’s most liberal president thinks SJWs are bunk:

Sometimes there are folks on college campuses who are liberal, and maybe even agree with me on a bunch of issues, who sometimes aren’t listening to the other side, and that’s a problem too. I’ve heard some college campuses where they don’t want to have a guest speaker who is too conservative or they don’t want to read a book if it has language that is offensive to African-Americans or somehow sends a demeaning signal towards women. I gotta tell you, I don’t agree with that either. I don’t agree that you, when you become students at colleges, have to be coddled and protected from different points of view. I think you should be able to — anybody who comes to speak to you and you disagree with, you should have an argument with ‘em. But you shouldn’t silence them by saying, “You can’t come because I’m too sensitive to hear what you have to say.” That’s not the way we learn either.

It would have been even better if he expanded the scope of his comments beyond college to the everyday life, watercooler talk, casual discussion, public debate, politics and even The Blighted Internet. We either can talk about anything, using polite language and structured argument, or we become an echo chamber. Polite language means that you use synonyms for the angry words you might want to use; structured argument means offering fact and logic instead of emotion and impulse. With those, we can have any conversation and, as our society plummets downward into chaos, clearly we need to.

This extends to me. Metal is offensive because it rejects social pretense. It wants to talk about everything you fear, the spectres that haunt your dreams, the yawning emptiness of death below, and the thought that maybe — just maybe — Charles Darwin was not wrong and we still live in times of strife, predation, extinction, warfare, violence and parasitism. Metal trusts nature more than humanity. It looks at the big picture, tens of thousands of years and the world beyond our immediate locality, and it does not care if old Aunt Mabel (or even little sister SJW Susie) is offended. Reality is reality. Human pretense contradicts reality and must be destroyed, whether that pretense is hippie-yuppie 1960s love-jive, yuppie-consumer 1980s job propaganda, hippie-consumer 1990s peace out palaver, or even 2010s special snowflake individualism. Reality is greater than humanity. Metal is the messenger of that idea, and it will never be flattering to the herd, therefore will always be opposed when found in its whole form.

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8 thoughts on “Even Barack Obama disagrees with SJWs”

  1. Horgr says:


  2. Cock 4 All of U says:

    I wonder if that lesbian Kim Kelley secretly reads this blog? Would she be offended? Can someone send her this article to her tweeter?

    1. morbideathscream says:

      She’ll just accuse us all of stalking her. We will know when she’s offended, she will call us Nazi’s, homophobes, women beaters and other very bad things. She will attempt to have everyone boycott this site, probably what she’s trying to do right now. The SJW way.

  3. Chris says:

    Trump has that boy shaking so much he has to give a little pep talk to alleviate the recent ire and enthusiasm of the silent majority. Either that or he’s smearing Hillary and her SJW fueled campaign to illegalize college men’s sexuality.

  4. Anthony says:

    More and more lefties are coming out against this SJW stuff as of late. Seems that the fringe edge of the Left sprung their endgame about a decade or so too soon, and the resultant pushback has the rest of the spectrum scrambling for damage control. I look forward to watching them eviscerate each other, for example, in the case of Bernie Sanders(owitzensteinberger) vs. Black Lives Matter to Everyone Except Black People If You Look at Actual Crime Statistics.

    1. It seems to me that any ideology which adopts a single principle to replace everything else is doomed to this kind of progression. This is why all the great Revolutions were followed by massive tyranny.

  5. vOddy says:

    I completely agree with that last paragraph, not only with the sentiment and implied values, but with the description of metal. Metal is good at expressing things as they are, and letting feelings arise naturally as a result of exposure. That is why it is captivating. The world in its whole is breath taking, and can even be awe inspiring. Since metal does not beat around the bush, and is not the product of a mindset that (with futility) tries to make reality fit with pre conceived notions, it is a great way to express things in the world. Ugly, beautiful, disgusting, scary, what ever those things are.

    1. Metal is good at expressing things as they are, and letting feelings arise naturally as a result of exposure. That is why it is captivating.

      Agreed. This is in opposition to falling back into the individual and shutting out the world. Metal is about confronting reality “warts and all” (I always think of Lemmy when that phrase comes up) and finding a beauty in its reasoning and order, something we call transcendentalism. Like other philosophies, metal is equal parts cynical realist and idealistic transcendentalist.

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