This is an old, but very simple picture from 4chan that does a very good job on what modern day media is capable of and does do all the time:
A brief observation by an anon on 4chan: I’m going to build on a post I saw earlier regarding the 1700s and now. Civilization begins as: >Rural – in the countryside, cultivating the land and harvesting the fruits of one’s labor. >Nature – with which one lives in accordance, not a part from, and knows … More Civilization as it begins and ends
This is a screen capture of a conversation that occurred between a SJW and a Japanese person on the topic of cultural appropriation. A general explanation of “cultural appropriation” is that it’s the adoption or use of the elements of one culture by members of another culture, something often complained about by the modern SJW … More Cultural Appropriation – a conversation between a SJW and a Japanese person
The supposed war on Christmas has been mentioned in the news lately in the US, with the typical vows by politicians claiming that they will do something about it. The war on Christmas, in this context, refers to the politically correct tendencies of media and organizations to make Christmas a generic holiday (supposed to be … More The war on Christmas
I’m not particularly passionate on the issue of gun control; still, I am slightly for it rather than against. However below is a very amusing comic on the history of gun control in the US. It offers an interesting view point from someone in a country where the right to own firearms is considered normal … More A comic guide to the history of gun control in the US
A self proclaimed social justice warrior posted on 4chan a while ago, demanding to know why his kind is disliked. A anonymous gentleman rose up and gave a spectacular response. The conversation is as follows. What is wrong with social justice warriors? What do you have against us? We are fighting to end hate, to … More Anon’s treatise on Social Justice Warriors
US presidential election is coming up. The older I get, the more elections are like this picture for me. Especially this one.
This picture on Hillary Clinton was true when I was in college at the age of 18, and it is still true today. Some things never change.