The Fake Outrage Over Breastgate Shows Why We Must Not Play Liberals’ New Rules Game

Kurt  Schlichter
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Posted: Sep 18, 2017 12:01 AM
The Fake Outrage Over Breastgate Shows Why We Must Not Play  Liberals’ New Rules Game

The Brooke Baldwin mammary mess is just another example of how liberals leverage their ability to create new rules out of thin air as a means of asserting their power over us normals. What was A-OK yesterday is now forbidden, and what was forbidden yesterday is now mandatory. Their goal is to keep our heads spinning and paralyze us with fear, like nearsighted corporals caught in a minefield and terrified that if we take one wrong step we will detonate a concealed wrongthink booby-trap. They want us living in fear of their fussy wrath, and that is precisely why it is so important for us to keep abreast of pseudo-scandals like this so we can nip these libfascists' schemes in the bud and deny them the ability to rack up yet another victory in the culture war.

            To stop them, they be made to hate the new rules they have created. Fredocon conservatives label this "Whataboutism" and demand we unilaterally disarm ourselves by abandoning this powerful weapon for showing normals why liberals are terrible. These goofs never met a battle they didn't think conservatives were morally obligated to lose.

            What they call "whataboutism" isn't optional; our application of judgment and our highlighting of prog inconsistency is morally mandatory. Alinksy was right – we must hold our enemies to their own stupid standards, and that's especially true if it's a newly-invented standard designed only to silence and suppress us conservatives. We must take their new rules, roll them up real tight, and ram them down the left's collective collectivist throat, if not elsewhere.

            They make it easy for us by being so ridiculous. Are women the strong, powerful equals of men, or fragile flowers who wilt at the mere mention of lady parts? It depends on which one is the most useful to the liberal narrative right then and there. Can you talk about lady parts? Apparently the new rule is that you can't, at least in the normal context of heterosexual men citing the parts that they like. But if you want to wear a gynecological sombrero on your pointy head, apparently that's muy bueno.

            Part of the strategy behind the new rules is to not actually have any firm rules, to make you so uncertain and timid that you're unwilling to take any action because anything you do, at any time, can be a violation of a rule that didn't exist 30 seconds before. If you do talk about female body parts, you're wrong because you're insulting womyn, and if you don't talk about female body parts, you're wrong because you are invisibling womyn. Basically, if you don't have any female body parts, you're just wrong all of the time. Unless you have fake female body parts and betrayed your country; then you are America's greatest hero and a martyr to Harvard's infamous legacy of transphobia. Or something.

            It's not even hypocrisy, because hypocrites at least believe that what they're doing is wrong. Do you think Bill Clinton believes his chronic and increasingly pathetic bimbo boffing is morally right? Of course not. He just doesn't care, because he is more repelled by Felonia von Pantsuit than he is attracted to morality.

            When we call these jerks on their new rules scam it's not about morality. It's about fighting back against people who are attempting to assert power over us by inventing new standards that they've never applied before, and never will again, in order to control us. Showing that they don't actually believe in the stupid standards they apply is key – that’s why it's important to point out that Brooke Baldwin giggled away on CNN as that hideous ogress Kathy Griffin yelled "Nipple nipple nipple!" Baldwin doesn't really care if someone uses a PG-13 vulgarity to describe the best thing about Games of Thrones. She just used some fake outrage to high-hat into silence a conservative guy who was making a powerful conservative point about liberal fascism.

            Since they are establishing new rules, there's nothing wrong with applying them to our advantage. Take the example of that drooling moron on ESPN...wait I need to be more specific. I mean that particular drooling moron who recently tweeted about how Trump is a white supremacist because reasons and stuff, and thereby drew demands that she be fired from some conservatives. Smug, dumb libs started tut-tutting that "Oh, conservatives are now for firing people when they didn't used to be." Well, yeah. See, you changed the rules. The rule used to be that you can't be fired for what you say or think. But that's not the rule anymore, thanks to you liberals. Just ask that guy who was at Mozilla or that heretic who thinks men and women are different and got fired from Google. Sure, we were against the new rule, but you used your cultural power through the media, the Democrat party, and your corporate coward allies to impose it. So we are not hypocrites for employing the rule that exists now, thanks to you. And we hope you choke on it.

            Hey, if you want to change the rule back, let's do that. Let's all gather together and state, unequivocally, "No, we are not going to fire people for what they say or think." Except you don't really want to do that. You want to have a special rule that applies only to conservatives, but we're not going to allow that to happen. That's why we're going to make the argument to normals for the universal application of the new rules you created. And it's an effective argument, which is why you hate it. Normal people naturally understand that there can't be two sets of rules, one for us normals, and one for you America-hating, alternately perverted and prudish, progressive weirdos.

            See, the only way they'll learn is to feel the pain that comes from the consequences of their evil choices. Now, a lot of Never Trump types, when they aren't busy not kissing girls, argue that mean people like me have an ideology based on only upon annoying liberals. Silly rabbits. It's hard to tell whether they can't understand my argument, or they're whether just deliberately misrepresenting it because they can’t argue with it. Maybe it's some combination of the two. But regardless, they refuse to acknowledge that a key component of winning is to start beating the other side. It's hard to understand these kulturkampf appeasers’ strategy – we're supposed to give up every single battle, and if we keep losing enough we’ll somehow win the war. I'm not sure how that works – I must've skipped out on the block of instruction at Fort Benning entitled “Lose Your Way to Victory.”

            The fact is we have to win somewhere, at least sometimes, because conservatism is never going to come back if we allow our side’s morale to be crushed by constant defeat. We're never going to rally and get the kind of constitutional republic the Founders promised back in place if we're always letting our followers down. “Oh, we’ll give in here and appease there, but hey, someday we’ll fight. Really!” Passive, prissy George McClellan conservatism is loser conservatism. Morale is important. These fights raise our people's morale, while letting lib abuse slide saps it, and that is critical. No one's going to follow you into battle if you're unwilling to win.  

            But because some of us are fighting back we cons may actually be winning the cultural war, as Jim Geraghty points out. That delusional freakshow/traitor Bradley Manning got kicked out of Harvard and will no longer be a fellow, which we all thought was what he wanted all along. College man-witch burnings are being banned, and Ben Shapiro has forced the adminofascist university cartel to let him speak. ESPN is now telling its reporters that's not a political channel, which is a giant lie, but at least widespread unplugging of the MSNBC of Sports has compelled the network to try to front neutrality to the normals.

            Let’s keep up the momentum and get out front on this current imbroglio. Breastgate is, in itself, unimportant and more than a little silly when our country is literally at risk of splitting apart. But small battles can highlight big principles, and what this heaving, pouting, pert controversy demonstrates is critical. Deliberately imposing new rules has emerged as one of the left’s most effective tactics for silencing normals’ dissent, and the first step toward stopping it is making sure that leftists learn to hate their new rules.