Simon Black’s weekly chronicle of the absurd. From Black at sovereignman.com:
Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice.
Inquisition Targets White Women for Their WrongThink
The magazine Teen Vogue (yes, I’m serious) recently published a nasty rebuke of people who voted for the current president. And they specifically called out white women:
“White women have to answer for backing the Republican nominee yet again.”
Bear in mind, Teen Vogue is a magazine that primarily caters to children. And what a fantastic lesson for young people! Let’s teach kids to hate other people who have ideological differences!
Teen Vogue, of course, is the same magazine that recently published an in-depth (no pun intended) anal sex guide for its teenage audience. And when parents complained, the publisher accused them of being ‘homophobes’.
Clearly Teen Vogue possesses both the journalistic professionalism and moral authority to preach ideological hate to young people.
Children’s Author Cancels Himself Over “Racially Insensitive” Illustration
A children’s author has asked people not to buy his first book, because of a racially insensitive illustration he was not aware of until the book went on sale.
The offensive image which the author said “made me sick,” was a Japanese girl dressed in a kimono, with her hair in a bun.