Neil Erikson responds to my criticism on The Uncuckables.

Following my blog post criticising Neil Erikson’s action at the gay church recently, he asked for the opportunity to air his grievances with my article on The Uncuckables, and we had a very spirited conversation to try and sort it out last night. Not the last conversation, I’m sure. I think it went well, and we certainly both got our viewpoints across. Hopefully folks can draw some value from it one way or the other.

Go home Neil Erikson, you’re drunk, mate.

Two days ago, Neil Erikson (renowned Australian right-wing activist, publicity stunt actor, and general gadfly to police, commies, and mainstream media) attended the West Hawthorn Uniting Church, which waves a rainbow flag at its door (at least it did on this night) and preaches that the Christian God approves of gay marriage, and that because the triune Godhead can be expressed as masculine (Father), feminine (Holy Spirit), and child (Son), then therefore God is essentially trans, and maybe even female sometimes, and that God made us in his image, which is… you guessed it: trans. 😂

Neil attended with Dia Beltran, who is a fellow YouTube content creator and a personal friend of mine. Dia is a practising Christian. Neil is (evidently) not a practising Christian, though I don’t doubt he values orthodox Christian values in others. You can watch what happened in his video (if it doesn’t get removed):

I started to do a live stream today that was going to be a commentary on this incident, but due to tech errors I had to abort after a short time. It gave me a little time to think more about what I wanted to say and to have a long phone conversation with Dia about her involvement. I won’t recommence the live stream on this subject. This will be my only writing on the matter, hopefully.

It was exactly as I suspected; Dia thought they were going to film the (most definitely heretical) sermon and critique it afterwards, or get involved in some mutually consensual discussion. She didn’t think Neil was going to jump up and start using foul defamatory language and imprecise slogans to interrupt a privately hosted community group.

While I totally agree that the Uniting Church has abandoned the orthodoxy in favour of social justice, and the sermon itself being preached was ridiculous, and I agree that these views should be exposed, and thoroughly debated and debunked, the manner in which Neil approached it was ill-prepared, completely devoid of syllogistic or theological argument, and given all that he could muster as a verbal argument in that moment was “youse aren’t Christians”, he had to resort to raising his voice, using provocative slurs, and then refusing to leave when asked.

Dia reported to me that she was subsequently fired from her job, because activists (presumably from the political left) targeted her workplace with demands for her dismissal over this incident. I empathise with the employer. When the mob is baying for blood, you have a bottom line to consider. Not every businessperson is ready to be crucified. While the employer made their self-interested choice, and the mob won, it was ultimately Dia who lost here, at the knowing expense of Neil Erikson. Do we really expect he didn’t think this behaviour and his cheerful introduction of Dia at the start of the stream wouldn’t drag her into the inevitable backlash? If he didn’t realise, he should have. Either way, Erikson demonstrates once again that he is capable of just about anything if a camera is rolling.

Even the most vehement defender of free speech can see in this video that what Neil did was more akin to a home invasion than a public debate. No, Neil doesn’t have a right to show up at people’s private residences of places of business, or rented community spaces (in a Church or anywhere else) and pretend to be a curious and well-meaning listener, only to (6 minutes into the sermon) stand up, hijack the event, and start calling the attendants despicable names because he didn’t take the time to study up and offer a cogent theological argument. But that’s not what Neil appears to be about. He’s all about the spectacle. Whatever gets the outrage Likes and Shares, perhaps.

It wasn’t too far into the past that I heard from a distressed mutual friend that my dear friend and brother in Christ, Dave Pellowe, had been set upon at his private family home in the middle of the night by Neil and some of his mates for the purpose of starting up such a “debate” as the one we see in this stream (though it was about a business matter in this instance, I believe). Understandably, the Pellowes felt quite violated. I was later bewildered to see that Neil had filmed and posted the home invasion online! I remember my first thought being (and bear in mind that this was the first time I’d ever heard of Neil Erikson) that this guy must WANT to get arrested.

In this live stream from the church incident, which at time of writing is still being publicly displayed on Neil’s Senator Slayer YouTube channel, it is clear that Neil believes he has a right to be there. That being asked to leave doesn’t apply to him. Because… free speech? He also seems to believe he is the genuine victim of assault, when (as he claims, though it is not shown in the video) he is punched or shoved by one of the church attendees. Perhaps Neil doesn’t realise that if you refuse to leave a private space when asked, you are already committing a crime and using your body and voice as a disruption to a space into which you were not invited. Neil’s lucky they were Christians. He likely wouldn’t do that inside a Mosque, I suspect (not without a large gang of men and camera crew with him).

Some of what Neil has done in the past has been of value. And we will always need those slightly crazy (i.e. high in trait disagreeableness, low in politeness, and highly open to experience) men and women at the edge of the Overton window pushing outward, and trolling the masters, so the rest of us can enjoy greater freedom from tyranny. But this church-invasion debacle is simply not the Australian way. Moral arguments aside, disgust with the corruption of Christian doctrine aside, and the immeasurable detriment the social justice movement has been to our society aside, this stunt succeeded at neither the thorough exposure of heretical doctrine being preached, nor at stirring any significant outrage at the foolishly misguided souls in that church. The only real outrage was caused by Neil.

He frightened these people. They probably didn’t know him, or what he does. He looked poised for violence. He was belligerent, calling them “cucks” when they turned their backs in a manner obviously intended as threats. They were probably afraid he was demon possessed. And for what? To embarrass them on YouTube. Sad.

It wasn’t even genuine outrage at what they were preaching. He planned to make a scene, and as he declared outside before entering the church, his main ambition was to get a chance to speak. It was all a big IRL trolling.

It could have been a fine exposé if Neil hadn’t jumped the shark. Imagine if he had let the speaker finish, then in question time asked some hard questions back, and presented some solid and hard-to-argue-with Biblical reasoning. Hell, Neil could have simply quoted Genesis 1:27 and dropped the mic!

So God created mankind in his own image,
    in the image of God he created them;
    male and female he created them.

Genesis 1:27 (NIV)

It was an ill-considered and ugly stunt, not unlike many others Neil has done, and although I vehemently agree with Neil’s right to debate and protest and speak in a public space, this was not in a public space, and it served no purpose for his cause or anyone’s. If anything, this will garner more sympathy from the atheist radical left towards the “Christian” radical left.

All that aside (Neil and the spectacles he causes are more amusing to me than anything usually), the most important thing to me is my friend, Dia, who like many of us is prone to make bad judgements of character and intent, and as such occasions herself into the way of drama and scandal, but is also someone from whom I have never witnessed an iota of malice, and from whom I regularly witness genuine humility. This error of judgement has cost her her job, and perhaps that’s a just cost in God’s view, that is not for me to say. But I believe that she has already (and can continue to) learn from this.

Many on the right in Australia have been enamoured with Neil Erikson and his stunts, but given that my first impression of him was as a home invader against a friend of mine (over a matter that they apparently later resolved with words, thanks to the mighty courage that Christ puts into Dave Pellowe and his outstanding capacity for forgiveness), I have always looked at Neil with suspicion. I’ve never met Neil, I don’t know him, have never interacted with him, but I have seen enough of his videos to get a sense of him. I don’t think he’s a bad guy. I don’t think he’s reprehensible, though he has done some reprehensible things. I think he’ll be on the right side of history with many of the things that he stands for. But it is evident that he is impulsive, and perhaps a little more concerned with reactive publicity and garnering outrage than carefully campaigning to expose and critique the horrors and depravity that are so abundant in our culture and law right now.

So, to Neil (if you read this), I hope that you can cool off for a while and consider what your plan is, and what you’re doing it for, and how best to serve the higher cause of our country for which you hold such love and patriotism. Yes, wrong ideas need to be beaten to a pulp, but only figuratively, with words. Nobody has a right to force anyone else into a debate. If you allow your enemy no retreat, you will exhaust your own resources needlessly, and gain no ground. And you don’t have a right to show up on other people’s property or at other people’s events uninvited, and stink up the joint. If someone asks you to leave, learn to be a gentleman, and leave. It’s pretty simple. In a public space, Fed square or the like, go for gold mate! We pay taxes and rates to maintain such places so that you can exercise your right to annoy, cajole, ridicule, and criticise any public person or group you like. More power to you when you do. Just don’t take a dump on other folks’ lawns!

I don’t like participating in gossip, but public actions demand public criticism. This is not an attempt to start a new fight, nor make an enemy, but rather to try and offer some calm and balanced criticism that might help everyone involved in future. Normally I don’t get involved in this kind of stuff at all, but when a real (and unplanned) decision is being made by grown man that leaves a woman they call a friend without employment, it’s probably time to speak up.

I hope Neil can reflect on this incident with some humility, learn the inherent lesson (as Dia appears to have), and continue to push the boundaries, without destroying all bridges in the process.

Addendum

Around the precise moment I finished writing this article, I was directed to an additional video by Neil on the matter, which appears to be self-explanatory. I’ll only add this: Neil is admitting explicitly that he can’t be trusted, and I think we should take him on his word.

The response from Neil…

17th March 2019

Following my above post criticising Neil Erikson’s action at the gay church recently, he asked for the opportunity to air his grievances with my article on The Uncuckables, and we had a very spirited conversation to try and sort it out last night. Not the last conversation, I’m sure. I think it went well. Hopefully folks can draw some value from it one way or the other.

Jon Snow is the archetypal modern Western “man”.

(Video for those who don’t read good)
“Dany is out late again… I hope she comes home soon. I don’t trust those unsullied jocks.”

You STILL know nothing, Jon Snow.

***SUBTLE SPOILERS AHEAD***

Last night we watched the penultimate episode of the epic saga of Game of Thrones, from HBO (based on George RR Martin’s book series A Song of Ice and Fire). It was predictably disappointing, but at the same token, not a bad analogy for what is happening, and going to happen, in the Western world today and over the coming decades.

The “secret king” has remained a pathetic, bumbling, passive cuck who is absolutely responsible for all that carnage in King’s Landing. It would seem there is no lesson or price too severe to be educational for little Jonny Snowflake.

The sacking of Washington DC, 2021 (colourised).

The blood (and ash) is on Jon’s hands. The Mad Dragon Queen revealed herself a long time ago to be unfit to rule anyone, and the only man apparently fit (and rightfully destined) to rule needs to see the whole city ablaze and everyone dead to even begin to realise that he should have acted when he had the chance (repeatedly) and killed his mad aunt. But “Little Jon” (the one down south) might have a bit too much influence in his command decisions (or lack thereof).

The only truly consistent and trustworthy character was also just slain in cold blood right in front of the duo of weak midgets (Jon and Tyrion) who knew he was innocent and deserving of a chance to continue living and serving the realm.

As to the writing… I can’t wait for this pedestrian garbage to be over. Ending the white walkers with a deus ex machina was lame enough (after seven years of hyping them up as the greatest and most difficult foe to beat while they verrrry slowly walked south), but there was a heap more contrived miracles in this episode! What was once a show of relatively gritty realism (for the fantasy genre) has become a hollow vehicle of scripting convenience, designed merely to carry the undeniably amazing, but totally over-used production design and visual effects.

Let’s be honest, every still-living character is a disappointment. All the truly great characters have died, or been made two-dimensional (or returned North of the Wall to the real promised land). The only remotely satisfying relationship arc conclusions so far have been for the brothers: Jamie & Tyrion (reconciliation), and Sandor & Gregor (mutual annihilation).

If there is not a dramatic and unexpected turn (perhaps a genuine deus ex machina like the physical arrival of the Lord of Light, or something) in the next episode, the takeaway of all these seasons will simply be: might is right, female appetites (insatiable as they can be) must be pandered to, and no one ever learns. In a word: nihilism.

“Maybe I should have done something to stop this…”

Jon Snow should have been a MAN by this season. They wouldn’t let him be. Game of Thrones is a postmodern dismantling of the hero’s journey, replaced with an Oedipal nightmare about a tiny man-child who is granted every stroke of luck (including extra lives!), but who won’t step up and be a man, and won’t call out his abusive elder female and put her in her place (at least not until she’s scorched the whole earth and there’s no one left to rule).

There’s one more episode. I hope it’s used wisely. It may only satisfy me if it is the trial and execution (by hanging, drawing, and quartering) of Jon Snow, the Secret Gamma King and cowardly traitor of Westoros.

Why aren’t I criticising Daenerys, then? She is after all the mother and rider of the dragon which murdered the masses of King’s Landing. I’m not criticising her because her untrustworthy, impulsive, destructive, cruel, and self-deluded nature has been apparent since about Season 3. Since then I have held no hope of a righteous rule under the Mad Dragon Queen. Jon, however, has every gift and skill available, except courage when it is most needed. He could rule, and rule well, as the script-writers have kept telling us right on the nose. Disappointingly, he’s a typical emo millennial, and probably an avid reader of Jordan B Peterson – much more concerned with his own inadequacies and failings than with making a choice and taking action to save lives.

Jon Snow is the archetypal modern western “man”. He perfectly encapsulates everything wrong with the average European man today; rich in privilege, intelligence, foresight, and natural leadership, but refusing to use those gifts for their designated purpose. Jon’s failure to act to prevent or reverse the mad feminine and foreign overthrow of his people is as much a betrayal of the civilisation that shelters him as burning it to the ground himself. Jon Snow, it turns out, is the villain of the tale. Gotcha!

Let this miserable narrative be a warning to the real-world West: if you are a man, and you can act, then you must. If you hesitate, or get too busy cleaning your own room to pay attention to what’s happening outside, then you will watch your world burn, and it will be (in large part) your own fault.

Winter is truly coming, and we need heroic kings like Perseus, Theseus, Aragorn, King Peter, and King Arthur, not tiny cowardly gamma cucks like Jon Snow.

So, remaining men of Westoros, what will it be? Winter is coming, and wolves are desperately needed. Are you ready?

Let’s break up the cabal in Australia!

Who is the cabal?

It has become abundantly clear that the Liberal National Coalition, the Labor Party, and those dreaded communists the Greens, have become a triad of evil. They don’t respect your freedom, your property, your right to an opinion, your right to speak your opinion, your right to bear arms, or to live free of tyranny and exorbitant taxation, nor your right to choose how your tax money is used. These three parties are the cabal, and they are each and all corrupt to their respective cores. They represent a stranglehold on the political landscape which has existed for far too many decades, and now is sliding into positively Orwellian thought-policing, Sharia-apology, and anti-white, anti-family, anti-freedom, anti-Christian, anti-GOD territory!

To break up the cabal you MUST VOTE. If you’re as aware of the genuine groundswell (not the #FakeNews rising Nazis) of rightly disgruntled farmers, labourers, sporting shooters, fisherman, landowners, public commentators, parents, right-wing activists, writers, comedians, musicians, and the rest, then you know as well as I do that there are two directions to move in: a reduction of the grip of power this axis of globalist shills has over our fair country by democratic vote (THIS MONTH), or, further tyranny and persecution, ignorance of the wishes of the silent majority, and, eventually, an unstoppable uprising. Revolution is coming to the West whether we like it or not. I don’t advise it, condone it, or wish for it, but my opinions and wishes have no bearing on the reality that we collectively face. History is clear, and the cycles only change costume and tech. This is the same manifestation of spiritual warfare that has raged since the Tower of Babel.

They will not stop with taxation. They will not stop with censorship. They will not stop with political arrests. They will not stop lying. They will not stop laundering your money into the hands of their Masters, or to imported foreign and culturally incompatible voting blocs, nor will they stop at selling your utilities to foreign powers.

You are a tax slave.
You are human chattel.
You are the property of the State.
Big Brother loves you.

How do we break them up?

It’s simple. You must vote intentionally and make FULL USE of your preferential voting option. Vote BELOW the line, and number your favourite candidates from 1 down to the minimum required number for a passable vote (which is usually printed in the left hand column for each section). If you vote BELOW the line (as you should) then do not also vote ABOVE the line, or your vote will not be counted.

Who is the person/team to put at Number 1?

That is up to you. You should know a bit about the people you choose. You should know what their views are on the topics that are important to you. You should be able to find those answers easily on their websites, and if not, you should email them and ask. But time is running out, so start talking about this with people who know more than you. In my estimation the top questions to ask them are these:

  1. Do you support Australia leaving the United Nations?
  2. Do you support legal protections for the unborn?
  3. Do you believe that multiculturalism can ever work?
  4. Will you protect my right to speak?
  5. Will you reduce the restrictions on our right to bear arms?
  6. Will you end foreign aid and instead keep Australian tax money in Australia, helping farmers and outback communities?
  7. Will you use the full force of the law to stop the rise of violent leftist thugs against everyday, patriotic Australians?

Get those answers in writing if you can; we must always keep a close eye on those in power and hold them accountable. We must be ever vigilant, and we’re only in this mess because we were too trusting as a nation. You might be able to think of more pertinent questions, I’m sure I will too.

My top preferences will be going to Fraser Anning’s Conservative National Party and any of his candidates. I am also a proud new member of this fledgling party (and that has come after much urging from Liberal Democrats, Australian Conservatives, and Liberals to join their mobs). Why did I join? Why do Anning and his candidates get my unconditional support? The answer simple: it’s a state of emergency in our country, and every other person in Parliament has demonstrated equivocation to the social justice mob, apologetic rhetoric for the cult of multiculturalism which is destroying the West, political double-speak over blunt truth-speaking, or ignorance of (or worse, loyalty to) the Global Financial System. Make no mistake, it all comes back to money, and we exist under a global economy that we have never been asked if we WISH TO BE part of.

I don’t expect that every (if any) of Anning’s candidates are “qualified”. I expect some of them will make stupid mistakes, or vote for policies I disagree with, or possibly even become corrupt and seize greater power than they are legally authorised to. Stranger things have happened in the not-so-distant pass. It wasn’t the end of the world. The reason I select these candidates regardless of their qualification or competence is simple: they are part of the only party that is questioning the Cultural Marxism under which we are occupied. They are the MOST opposed to the current cultural and political direction, and therefore they are the proper party to vote for if you want actual change. One Nation isn’t terrible, but it has a leader who repeatedly demonstrates fear and equivocation under pressure. Full respect to Pauline, she is a tough dame, and a national treasure, and she has been at times a lone voice for the average Australian. But Anning is far better built for the job (on a purely optical and rhetorical level, notwithstanding political experience). He’s seen much bigger bullies than the limp-wristed socialists in Parliament, and while they’re not hurling literal sticks and stones at him (which are still safer than the beer bottles he’s no doubt had hurled at him as a publican), their words appear to simply bounce right off. He doesn’t care what they think. He is (so far) immune to shaming. He is a true blue Australian man.

I offer him my support and I pray that God will grant him wisdom and continued courage, and that He will grant us all the same at this time of great turmoil and adventure! We truly live in interesting times.

Revolution is coming one way or another. We have a chance this month to tip it our way so that the revolution remains one of discourse and democracy instead of tribes and civil war. Let’s make sure we engage fully with the democracy we have and see if we can’t at least give the pendulum a big push in the direction of truth and freedom. If we fail, don’t fear, we will prevail in the end. Store up your treasures in Heaven and have faith that the truth MUST win. For lies only exist in the minds and chatter of men, and reality ALWAYS rejects them. After a century of lies, the tide is turning, and truth will stand in the light of the world once more.

Deus vult!

This is a really handy video from my friend Dave Pellowe, explaining some of the basics of how the voting works at the upcoming May 18th federal election. Watch it make sure you understand how the preferential votes system works: if you make a lazy vote, your vote may be abused and go to somehow who does not represent your interests. Use your preferences to ensure you get the government that represents YOU.

Learning to see through our own bullshit.

In a multicultural society that continues to fragment by the day, using words like “evil” and “wrong” (or any of the equivalents they proxy in when one grows old and the people’s ears become numb to them) become less and less convincing. After all, multiculturalism is by definition moral relativism, and because we humans deeply desire order and security, we inevitably tribalise by some standards or others, and in-so-doing secure a likelier future for our genes through our progeny.

“I’m a(n) ________ (insert ideology) because it’s right to ________ and wrong to ____________ so there,” is rhetoric in its most base form. It signifies nothing specific, nor does it make any truth claim; merely implies a whole subculture of thought and tradition by the invocation of the movement’s name. It is merely a declaration of tribal affiliation. But it’s adequate really, because it’s how most people think and always will be, in some iterative form. At least we could try to be honest about such motives, instead of pretending them away with contrived moralisms wielded as weapons of guilt only against our neighbouring tribes and never our own.

I like it better when people are simply honest about their rational self-interest. That’s the real pragmatism.

“I advocate these actions because they will serve me, my family, my people/community (and/or my country). Can’t help everyone.” That kind of view to me is sublimely rational and devoid of any need for moral justification because it’s an amoral and entirely true statement.

And this is how everyday working class folks tend to think. The ones who grow the food and drive the trucks. We ought not overlook them; we do so at our peril.

Questioning Science is blasphemy.

I had a great discussion about a year ago with (my now friend) Grant Davis on the topic of Flat Earth. I was sceptical then, and remain so now, but the topic seems to be popping up again in some of the circles I’m part of, and so as you all should expect of me by now, I plan to give it an earnest look.
A quick YouTube searches yields this National Geographic “vs” video, in which an institute of Scientific Orthodoxy is claiming to take a balanced and scientific look at the flat earth theory.



The result? Propaganda 101:

1 – Make your ideological enemy look as stupid as possible and make his “movement” look like a cult (easy to do with 50 interviewees to choose from and a mandate to edit down to 10 minutes total).

2 – “Steel man” your own ideology; literally. Get the hunkiest science-chad you can find in academia and pay him to talk like a 17-year-old female freshman; “uh, in current year, like, if you question SCIENCE (glory to Me, the God of My own making), you’re a threat to everything!” (that kinda vibe).

3 – Stage a phoney science experiment that actually DOESN’T demonstrate what you want it to (Hint: the shoreline in the distance is ABOVE the hull of the boat, demonstrating that there is probably no curvature across the lake, and the only reason the (hand held) flag appears to be sinking below the “horizon” (which is below the distant shore 🤔) is because of a thing called WAVES. The boat has moved beyond the peak of the largest wave approaching the shore. It took me a second to logically reconcile the fact that what they showed is not explained by their Creed: “This can only be caused by curvature of the Earth. Praise be unto the Sphere.”

4 – When your opponent responds to this bogus evidence, cut it down to the most cultish response leaving intelligent viewers to comfortably assume that he saw what we saw, but talking about it goes against MUH SCIENCE (glory to Me, the God of My own making) so they cut it out.

5 – A bit of extra shaming to cap it off: “Do you REALLY believe this? I mean, seriously? This is DANGEROUS, you’re ignorant! You’re denying Science (glory to Me, the God of My own making)!!!”

Now I’m not a subscriber to the flat earth, but I do find it intriguing and there are lots of strong arguments supporting it. If the mainstream media want to really put this ultimate conspiracy theory to bed, they have to DEMONSTRATE their commitment to reason, evidence, and the scientific method instead of just using the LANGUAGE of science (i.e. the religious language which controls the post-enlightenment atheist masses) to shame and ridicule their enemies who are actually using reason, evidence, and the scientific method. Science is not a static THING. It’s a process. If you’ve reached the final answer to an investigation, you’re wrong. Keep going. Keep peeling back the layers of falsehood and inaccuracy, if you can cleanse the deceptions that stop you even getting started.

There are crackpots in every movement, they aren’t hard to find. Want to prove you’re right and win the battle for truth? Put forth a champion against a champion. Put your absolute strongest case forward via your smartest and most well-expressed and educated thinker. But I ask far too much of National Geographic. They’re a magazine, and like all magazines, they exist to sell things, not to be truthful.

When you use the language of morality to try and disprove falsifiable truth claims that pertain to the material universe… you are demonstrating that you are (perhaps unwittingly) part of a cult.

Notice how “Science” has ceased meaning a process by which we rigorously attempt to disprove hypotheses through repeated experimentation and logical analysis of the data… and now it refers to an almighty collective of lab-coat wearing priests who dictate from on high what is ABSOLUTELY TRUE and right and good for the world (and you can bet that includes NO creator, NO four-wheel drives, NO energy independence, NO borders, NO guns to enable you your Natural right of defence, and lots of sodomy for everyone – if you’re not into it, you’re a dinosaur and a bigot).

Can’t wait for more shaming and ridicule from the folks who want to be blocked from further commenting 😉 Looking forward even more greatly to legitimate discussion around the topics of flat earth, conspiracies, science, and propaganda. There’s literally nothing more important to be talking about than at least three of those broad topics (because the Truth, if we can discover it, glorifies God and sets us all free).

Scepticism of orthodoxy is apparently hate speech now. 🤡

I’ve just been informed that by suggesting that one should not accept the orthodox holocaust narrative wholesale just because one is told to by authorities, and should instead engage in research and exploration with rational scepticism and an open mind (as with any truth claim which is falsifiable) and in so doing examine evidences which support counter-narratives, and from that fully informed position, make a decision to believe, disbelieve, or remain agnostic… I am apparently an “anti-Semite”.

Never mind that I have friends and close family members who are Jewish or part-Jewish (including my beloved sons). Obviously being sceptical of politically-driven history and aware of the countless times (evident every single day in the mainstream media) for propaganda to promote falsehoods, is tantamount to racial hatred for all people related genetically to the group involved with the topic at hand. ðŸ¤¡

I guess he got me? ðŸ’ªðŸ‘ðŸ˜ðŸ‘Œ

The person who accused me of this has “lost all respect” for me.

The person who accused me of this is also off my lawn, for good.

In clown world, full-blown retards believe they have the moral authority to judge the sane. ðŸ¤¡ Honk! ðŸ¤£

JFH 88 Jordan vs Vox PART TEN (Rule 4)

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