This Is What 1933 Looks Like

Christina Hoff Summers, Steven Crowder and Milo Yiannopolous versus the campus PC brownshirts.

Yes, I said “brownshirts”.  I very rarely invoke Nazi references.  I studied Naziism pretty closely; I invoke the history very, very sparingly, and with the precision of a brain surgeon.

Brownshirts on the inside.

UPDATE: Can’t believe I missed this; thankfully, someone got it in the comments:

Is it “1984”, or is it Macalester?

11 thoughts on “This Is What 1933 Looks Like

  1. Emmanuel GoldStein has many faces but always evokes that same cathartic Two Minutes of Hate from the party faithful.
    Is that chubby one DG?

  2. Speaking of brownshirts. From last nights Trump rally. Someone remarked once that it seems like Trump haters are actually Trump supporters trying to act like fascist idiots. From Fox News:
    “One Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the area. One man jumped on top of a police car, leaving its front and rear windows smashed and the top dented in and other protesters sprayed graffiti on a police car and the venue’s marquee.

    Dozens of cars — including those of Trump supporters trying to leave — were stuck in the street as several hundred demonstrators blocked the road, waved Mexican flags and posed for selfies.”

  3. The whale video counters every argument that the Left doesn’t engage in “hate speech” and should be very careful what it’s pushing. The progressive gave up on freedom of thought and speech long ago, choosing to bully others with fascist demands.

    And the rash of “Trump inspired riots” should prove who really promotes violence.

    There is very little support for peaceful coexistence and freedom in any of today’s progressives.

  4. “Only one reliable force stands in the way of the power of the strong over the weak. Only one reliable force forms the foundation of the concept of the rule of law. Only one reliable force restrains the hand of the man of power. And, in an age of power-worship, the Christian religion has become the principal obstacle to the desire of earthly utopians for absolute power.”
    ― Peter Hitchens, The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith.
    I am beginning to find Peter Hitchens more interesting to read than Christopher Hitchens. The Hitchens’ family religion was congregationalist, not CoE. Both Hitchens bros. view religion through the lens of judgment: Christopher Hitchens believes that he can judge God, and Peter Hitchens believes God will judge him.

  5. They should identify these clowns, and then make it “roll tape” time when the times comes for their first job interview. This is like a SNL skit, and “1984” looks rather sane in comparison.

    Or really, anyone thinking of hiring an UMass-Amherst grad ought to think twice after seeing this kind of nonsense.

  6. The video of the screaming woman reminded me of the quip “why be a feminist when you can be thin and pretty instead?”

  7. The video of the screaming woman

    I presume you mean the one in the vid at the top.

    Because Suzanne Hamilton was pretty fine in her day.

  8. Mitch, you should’ve posted a trigger warning! I get violently ill when I see fat chicks like that whale.

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