Social Justice Warriors VS Logic #5



defend your allegation I'm a white supremacist just try try do it what am i enabling because what I've talked about this evening isn't race or skin color talk about values and when the BBC did what you're attempting to do now as 1.3 million people have seen on my youtube channel um what what what they did was try to conflate an admiration for American values for the first and second amendment for freedom democracy property rights capitalism they try to conflate that with race they try to say if you're proud of your country or you admire the values of another country that somehow makes you a racist it doesn't so I ask you one final time please justify our allegation that I'm a white supremacist hateful rhetoric you're not answering the question white supremacists hate me the daily stormer is the epicenter of white supremacist means if they declared a holy war on me they said they would never read breitbart again until Breitbart fired me they said I was there they said I was the it guy it was their number one enemy white supremacist and anti-semites hate me I prefer the expression race-mixing kike faggot but whatever sir racists hate me they hate me of course they do so racist hate me but I'm a white supremacist you're just confusing me you're confusing me and I'm very easily confused because I'm a homosexual but should we give him another chance you want more chance okay all right okay one more one more try I believe in you I believe in you I know you can do it one more try justify your allegation I didn't ask you if I was enabling white supremacists which is just an equally idiotic allegation but it's not the one you made I'm asking you to justify your allegation that I'm a white supremacist please do so [Applause] alright I think we've had enough we've had enough fun at the expense of the disabled thank you very much i I'm sorry you're so stupid thank you very much everybody it's been wonderful but let's be honest let's not try and do this this shell game here you're talking namely about white police officers you just said at least four or five times white kids are not as much in danger black people so don't bring up the race issue and then say that I'm UPSI skating it I'm not um it assumes hatred and it doesn't look at statistical realities and it is very dangerous to to preach this and to get young black people to believe it because it's not true it's less true than ever and hence you haven't lived the life of a black person but yet you saying that coz see what I've experienced that is an electrifying experience definite you don't want to hear that we have experience with the stuff Larry other says the opera's not making it up Stephen Larry Alicia so condescending to try to say you guys just making this stuff up I didn't say you're making this stuff up yeah I said it wasn't correct I didn't say you're making this stuff up basically you saying is incorrect me and you making it up not true no no it doesn't do you know what a lie is I think we all know what a lie is okay but do you know the difference between a lie and something being incorrect yes a lie would be the difference would be intent I've not applied intent here the only person who's applied intent is you to officers I have said you are incorrect or that information is untrue I've not called you a liar I'm not insinuating any money I didn't know this is what I'm you say it's talking down to me to say I'm making this stuff up I didn't say you're making stuff up I said it's incorrect is that fair you say it is incorrect yes you said is correct but what I'm telling you is that we live in this stuff we see this stuff I grew up seeing this stuff we're not making it up or it's not incorrect this is the things that we've seen in our lives and we're talking about it and the problem is there are some people in this country don't want us to speak about a reality that's here for the black man black woman in America and I'm sorry if it doesn't make you feel comfortable well you know what if you don't like it let's fix the issue that's what you're making the issue work that's it less you're making the option about it is making it worse your rhetoric saying that a nipple can I answer you're like we're talking about cancer or you know AIDS or something like that constantly and say are you making it worse cuz you keep talking about it no no we don't it notes if we spoke about it in an incorrect way if we spoke about it in an incorrect way for example if we told people you can cure AIDS by eating sea algae we'd be making it worse because that'd be incorrect information you saying the problem is officers of any color or stripe are assaulting young black men because and you don't provide numbers or statistical realities you cover up information you don't address information when it changes it's not accurate and you are actually telling people to address a problem which isn't the right problem nor the right solution and it makes it worse the thing about the Tracy Morgan thing it's like that all thing I thought was bullshit and what's the Tracy Moore was the absolute ridiculous bullshit hang Tracy Morgan is in some very hot water today for telling some very homophobic jokes at a show in Nashville last week first thing he says is gays need to be tougher about insignificant things like bullying and then he said my son talks to me in a gay voice I'll pull out a knife and stab him I can't stand people who everything's funny then the shit comes around to them and then all of a sudden they still you know they stop saying it's jokes they say it's statements and I'm not saying cuz I wasn't there and he thought he got liked right look you weren't there I wasn't there I just felt like he didn't get a chance to say he just immediately went into apology mode and then all of a sudden they parade him around like this trophy and this is the only thing I'll say you get to say whatever you want we all get to right absolutely but the second it comes out of our mouths it's no longer in our control about how it's supposed to be interpreted the person who said it knows what they meant by it if you process in a fucked-up way ask him how he meant it first luxury as a comedian you don't get the luxury to say but I really meant this way I realize that but here's what a really rests on is that the whole thing came off a one guy's blog every guy's interments item about it did Tracy deny saying it no did the guy get it wrong no those who do know that because Tracy didn't say wait dude that's not exactly what I like whether he said something offensive or not I just thought it was fucked up that one guy went home like with I guess the greatest memory ever like a stenographer and typed it out and everybody's like that's what he said and that's what he meant because guy in seat number 5f said it and next thing you know he's going around got an apologize that kind of a scary thing as a comedian well I shouldn't racis act like his show was crazy it's shows pretty over-the-top I'll try remember what he was heckling I just remember cocksucker so I think we're talking about gay people there we go you know the fucking lesson here is the gay community is has a very strong activist community who when they hear shit against them they take it to the mat and and guess what shit happens yeah but I don't agree with that guess what shit happens that word it can mean other things it's just gonna be ball breaking anytime you play squats playing hockey the other day okay and this guy he knocked me down I felt stupid I got up he asked me he goes he goes you all right I go yeah you faggot like it was this oddly intimate moment he was going are you okay and we were on the ice and made me uncomfortable I say you faggot get away from me like why was it that faggot was the word that came to you when he was trying to help you these are the questions that they should ask rather than saying you said it you said it so it means this why did it come because of the way I grew up because the way guys are you you're not supposed to be I fell down and you okay I have a Lizz Winstead story from when I was an open mic er that I'd like to share with you she's on stayin she had her friend Janine Ditullio was a very funny comic from Boston they're all paddling around backstage this whole girls club she got onstage and she she said I'm hosting open mic night and when I'm here hosting hosting open mic night I've got rules she has a list she's reading she decides that she's gonna interrupt the standup comedians while they're on stage and stop them from performing their jokes this guy Brian I forget his fucking name he was a guy who would struggle to keep it together on stage every time and he was a very gifted comic writer but a very uncomfortable performer so he goes on stage and he has this joke something about I always make sure I open up the car door for my hooker and Lizz Winstead interrupts stop stop stop sexism and he says and don't think he doesn't appreciate it which is his punchline okay so she's standing on stage right after he says that and she stopped him and he's so awkward he's got his eyes closed during his his fucking thing now we have this idea that before feminism came along in the 60s and 70s that domestic violence against women was completely socially acceptable now I don't understand how one can come to that conclusion when the President of the United States wanted to bring back corporal punishment which had been banned right in most states at that time exclusively to punish men who batter their wives and especially since the treatment in communities for men who were battered by their wives of which there were many and you can see freezes and artwork from the 1600s and the 1700s that show when battering their husbands with their rolling pins and their skillets and all of that Robbie Burns ode to a henpecked husband all of those things there were women who were abusive to men at that time and the treatment that the community gave those men was either the skimming tonight which was the practice of the community coming around the house at night and beating pots and pans and screaming and throwing things at the house to shame him for allowing himself to be beaten by his wife or they put him on a donkey backwards holding its tail and rode him around the town square and threw or strapped into a cart and threw rotten fruit and vegetables at him to shame him for allowing his wife to be him okay and these things have been just quietly erased from modern scholarship and modern accounts of history right back when we thought it was okay to beat your wife right when we thought it was okay to beat your wife at least when it was extremely egregious particularly egregious we'd strap the guy to a whipping post and give him 30 lashes when your wife was beating you right it was you that got punished by the community right so I don't know that feminism has a balanced perspective on any ax I really don't bring us now is Hampshire College student Daniel Vogel he was in favor of removing the flag though it didn't burn it Daniel thanks all for coming on tonight so I want to read you a quote from you this is to the Amherst bulletin and you said think about the groups who use the flag from police officers to the u.s. army these are the forces on the ground that make oppression happen now the obvious point is obviously if the police and the army would it go away sensitive college students like you would be eaten alive what's the median family income in this country do you know the median family income in this country is the median family mate yeah it's the money family in this country it's much less about one years out of your schooling yeah sixty-two thousand which is what you pay or your parents pay for you to go to Hampshire school and burn the American flag it's much less than that and so I just wonder if you understand the bounty that you have the good deal that you have the excess that you're benefiting from do you get that at all oh no I am 100% privileged to be at this institution and I think that I have to recognize the fact that the wealth of my parents that was able to pay for this institution was garnered off of slavery and was taken from exploitation the land that I live on was taken from native peoples and the land that I live on back in Portland back home was taken from native peoples it's the wealth of the people who've been who've been oppressed and who had things stolen from them that allowed me to go to this institution but then why are you doing it I know but honestly why are you doing it I mean one echo pick apples in Washington State why are you consuming sixty-two thousand dollars a year of this blood money as you describe it to sit around campus and do pointless rhetorical and symbolic acts like burning flags why not work with the people the laborers now I very much disagree that symbolic like you know removing the flag was a not useful thing I mean it got me on your show correct it's a useful tactic in terms of getting voices out there and I think that going to a school like Hampshire College I'm you know I'm not here to defend going to Hampshire College what I'm here to do is I'm here to defend the removing of the flight I get into unless a Masonic process so I can understand the context of this very quickly you're for diversity obviously and yet I bet there's virtually nobody on your campus who's openly supporting Donald Trump do you yearn for more diversity on your campus are you happy in a world where everyone thinks like you I think diversity is a different word when you're applying it to political political standpoint versus different aspects like I can leave Hampshire College and go to UMass or Amherst College right next door and yeah you know expose myself to different viewpoints the point of Hampshire College isn't to say isn't to you know create a model of our country and then you know simulate like political debate one night it's to figure out what what is you know most liberally collect what is the most you know social justice academia I don't want to live on this planet anymore I mean when it comes to the we've heard a lot about the imbalance of power between for example employers and employees people who have better education versus people who have less education I can say with a with a firm heart that the worst imbalance of power and the end the most violative principle when it comes to consent is the idea that you're losing so you bring in the guys with the guns to enforce your point of view is to pay that seems to me the least voluntary system which is exactly what minimum wage is as far as teenagers the reason that teenagers are not constituting a huge percentage of the people working in minimum wages they're all unemployed the fact is that Washington state has an incredibly high teenage unemployment rate and and when it comes to the minimum wage in the state of Washington as we all know state of Washington has the highest minimum wage in the nation so there is a relationship with regard to teenagers as probably look in an ideal world and well I'm sure we'll get to this I'm wondering what exactly the minimum wage should be why $15 why not 35 why not 55 why not 100 if we are going to be ideologically consistent about all the dollars I'm the fight for $50 minimum wage I will fight right alongside you with her for $1000 minimum wage because I want to see leftist policies implemented in the city so that people actually recognize what impact they have [Applause] the fact of the matter is that the meme and the narratives are set around black lives matter should be called black lives matter because they don't want to talk about the real issues around white why black lives haven't mattered it isn't because of cops it isn't because of America it's because of the behavior of liberal blacks and the system that is that has made made black people unfortunately put in situations where they are disproportionately criminals and so this idea that you can't come over the top of that and say don't all lives matter what 87% of this country's lives don't matter because black lives do I mean mark the thing is way to get the other half to listen to you right I mean what how are white people going to respond to the booing of the fact that their lives should matter yeah I don't think anybody disagrees with a statement that all lives matter I don't think I think you're wrong about that testers disagree with that I listen to this in in context what was happening there was a protest that erupted about the black lives matter obviously there's been a lot of frustration in the black community over news of a new a new woman that was died in police custody again in Texas and so no the proof that that was by an intentional way so well which we should reserve judgment and wait to see how that we should have been the Michael Brown case in Ferguson which helped give birth to the black lives matter the matter it was based on a lie the fact of the matter is more about about 400 people have died in in but at the hands unarmed people at the hands of police and most of this proportionate number and I'm sure Kevin is outraged by this a disproportionate number of those is is black okay but listen to why this is insensitive difference wait wait more white people have been killed at the hands of police officer over the past two years than what is necessary if you want to give those options out no I cannot say right there's a proportion more black members of the community have but that's cancer okay absolutely look look that's it's absolute fallacy and it's what these guys do they come on all the time they spew out this nonsense data because they know that the least common denominator is not going to check it it's nonsense white people are killed and is proportionally more high numbers improves in percentage to crime than blacks and you don't see white people running around talking about white lives matter call the cops on this campus if someone hurts your feelings if someone hurts your feelings and that woman at Yale yelling at the professor for saying I think Halloween costumes should be allowed and we shouldn't be censoring them yeah how do you sleep at night I'm gonna leave good go I mean I look at that you tell me no Miki cuz you're gonna defend these people I look at I say I can't wait for my kids to get out there in the world against these people I can't wait well they're gonna kick some that's that's my reaction my wrong well okay to be fair these are not administration these are these are students these are twenty year olds who are reacting and it's a very racially charged environment you know words matter and so when that that letter was sent on behalf of an administration official somebody who supposed to represent the students to create you look at the the documents that yell sends out the application documents all about having an inclusive community this guy was defending Halloween well she wasn't defending Halloween he was defending being offensive to to a community of people that are being marginalized I mean seven percent of the haters saying if you want to go as Tatiana now the front dressed as a you should be allowed to no no he was he was he was acknowledging that someone who shows up in blackface it's okay it's a joke and you think that should be banned you should holler ween that should be banned and what if you want to draw a guy who wants to dress like a girl should he be banned listen there are the stereotypes there's plenty of stereotypes that we have changed over time thing is that we're now be totally unacceptable database hangings gender expression would be offensive if you if you want so I'll grab our cake twist up as a female nurse that's not the next couple Benjamin that's not these things are not for the people who are doing it to determine it is for those who feel hurt if you feel hurt oh that's fantastic I hope I hope you have young kids like just exactly my kids age been here you take you take it I understand the offense I understand you go to the race place and that all that what happened to swastika but you can't wear the Halloween costume you want unless no one finds it offensive well now the selectively offended get to run the rest of the country I mean this is what we are creating they're creating a society of pantywaist fascists well we are creating is a group of people who are oversensitive to everything that are willing to call the cops as soon as they are offended it's actually incredible it's a violation of the First Amendment which you saw with a professor from the mass communications department at Missouri telling reporters they have no right to be there and at Yale you have students shouting people down if this is the climate that we're supposed to create if this supposed to create openness and tolerance on the campus I'm missing the openness intolerance in let's call the police if I'm a mildly offended because my feelings have been hurting this is creating a country of crazy people how can you watch this and not go crazy and think that everyone who's involved in it is crazy in the first place about that woman from the communications department know Miki lesson shutting down the student reporters I drink filming the protests she was promoting guess how you promote him yeah I do agree with that and I think that Josh earnest has said the same thing there's a there's a very thick line but she apologized being politically incorrect and being racist and words matter so when a community of people that has been perpetually marginalized at institutions across America over history feels offended we should acknowledge that and I think that these protests are reflection of a community of minorities that feel unacknowledged and not respected and so Ben I read your article today and it was I was shocked by the language you used a few Uruk you were saying that it's time for the right call the police right right evidence evidence evidence all this is is screaming and feelings how about like a shred of evidence even for the incidents that shouldn't happen it was Rory that drove this really really really well where was the police report exactly when it came to for example the first n-word incident that led all of this there was no police report on any of that in the second incident at the n-word at the University of Missouri the administration investigated and the kids under investigation and the third incident was about classes with colleges ask you this is we're short on time you tell me McGee whether we are training these kids to be little cupcakes who never have to have never have to encounter anything offensive assuming everything you said is offensive they never have to encounter it because they can call the cops or they can get their administrators fired or whether it's better to educate them that they're are offensive things in life there are insulting things at life there are people who will say very incorrect or impolite things about you politically incorrect things about you very publicly and in a way that you might fail very offence offended by and you have to deal with that in life in moments of hysteria fear conflict there have been exceptions internment wasn't acceptable is hysterical right now and we can we can have that debate later no no I erekle right now I'm what I'm saying to you is you may be right than in the absence of any kind of hysterical hysteria for your terrorist attack war whatever in the absence of all that bluster may remain bluster and a guy tweeting may remain a guy tweeting and all may be well that's one scenarios I just think one I just think we need to be alive to a second scenario that our country also gives us the basis to think about and which i think is underrepresented in some of these conversations which is that at certain moments a terrorist attack of a particular kind that fills people with fear gives the president a license to do things that he could not do two days before we know that with mass surveillance but we know it with torture I don't we know with a thunderous underrepresented I think the problem is that that fear has been over-represented in these papers and you have a situation where it's the boy who cried wolf and everybody keeps talking about him being a neo-nazi and then what happens is when you're calling next after the neo-nazi when perhaps somebody the administration does suggest something that Joe do you feel of the Constitution you read history and you know very well there are there have been moments like this where there have been disagreements about the appropriate level of alarm FDR in turn on talking about other countries that went in worse directions I mean looking about our country but but but the part of the problem is if we only talk about our country we're not actually being fully vigilant actually because this because as the editor of The Economist said our country actually is different and by the way there's a reason why dictators have not been able to do in our country over the past two hundred forty years but they've been able to do in other countries that's because James Madison put together a constitution along with Alexander Hamilton that created a system of checks and balances to Donald Trump before when he was attacking Paul Ryan they said it on the air Paul Ryan he can shut you down Joe stopped you from passing under that system of checks and balances were able to torture we were able to do mass surveillance we were able to do internment we were able to do segregation we were able to do slavery so all I'm suggesting to you is that within our tradition of things that have been judged legal I'm not saying let's just say I'm ruling out things more worrisome than those things but we can agree those things at different points in our history have been considered legal in cognitive turn medics ethics are yes an internment case Korematsu is never a doctor all right so the the I understand the case for being calm but if it's I think you were wrong what we get is something very much more dangerous than if I'm wrong that's all I'm are that's why I said we stay vigilant I just personally have have confidence in the Supreme Court of the United States and Congress and the system of checks and balances in our Constitution that I do think that that we're not we don't need to jump out of out of there they keep yelling at us so we don't need to jump out of windows with our hair on I'll go how Anand may feel is that's easy for us to say I mean your family Thanksgiving talk here is not evenly distributed so right now and that's that's pretty results are contagious yeah fear is contagious and we have nothing to fear but fear itself Thanks so I think it's a little scary that a month before he even takes over the presidency we're already talking about the need for a Supreme Court well that's good a year that's called that's called the First Amendment you want the First Amendment to suit you the way you want to suit it I guarantee you on it they're 50% of Americans at least who believe that somebody that burns American flag should should bend the whole point of the first amendment although seconds of restrain what a minority can do okay but the first amendment also has its limits I support the ability of people to be able to burn the American flag if they want to but people have the right in this country to debate it and it does not mean that the Third Reich is going to march down ours I didn't say they're right somebody tweeted we don't okay I don't worry about flag burning I read it as a fun thing day and we've got to go because they're screaming like here go I don't worry about the desire to criminalize flag burning I desire about the punishment included in that tweet which was the stripping of citizenship which is outside and visibly gonna happen I'm not breathe music oh president-elect of the United States our Supreme the fact that he not hoses it you're not being national now I got to just say this before we go you're not being rational if you believe the Supreme Court I'm not being rational you're taking the president-elect of United not Ernie let me finish because you know what I'm going to say you don't want me to say because you know I'm right the Supreme Court of the United States of America will never under any circumstances allow anyone to be stripped of their citizenship because they burned the American flag a resident you don't believe that then you haven't been reading constitutional law for the past 70 years you you




Comments
  1. Hello, I'm from the future. I'm just here to tell you, things aren't better, get the fuck out while you can. Literally opening a door for a woman (who is a feminazi), or even saying hello to one, will mean you are a sexist, mansplaining, bigoted, piece of shit. Run.

  2. Slavery was against the Constitution That's WHY, America had a Civil War, and that's why over 385 000 Union Soldiers Died in Action to free slaves and End Slavery 95% of those North Blue Jackets (union Soldiers) were White Heteroxual, Men!!!

  3. Please….bring back the ability of ppl to have differing opinions and keep it civilised….. I crave for the 60's….Yeah,I know, that is not realistic. I still wish. The big problem is the internet

  4. When people say the US is wealthy because of slavery, then why isn’t any South American country doing as well?
    Considering far more slaves went to South America, seems like they should be extremely wealthy.

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