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Living With Savages

29th June 2012

Gavin McInnes laments.

When libertarians, paleocons, neocons, and Republicans are confronted with a shrieking liberal they usually shoo it away. That’s easy if you don’t live in New York City, Berkeley, LA, or Madison, but those of us mired here in the jungles of hysteria have to come up with other solutions.

Such as?

Liberals hate big business and the white men who run it because the whole thing reminds them of their father. Dad was disappointed in them for spending tens of thousands of his dollars at NYU taking Japanese Animation & New Media. Therefore, massage their own daddy complexes by pretending to hate the rich white male father figure as much as they do. As Fran Lebowitz pointed out, “No one earns $100 million. You steal $100 million.” Agree with Fran. Say, “These guys aren’t entrepreneurs. They’re slave drivers.” Then you can add, “That’s the saddest part about illegal immigration. It only benefits rich whites in both countries. Poor Mexicans on both sides of the border are worse off for it, and black workers in California are the first ones to lose jobs to illegal—sorry—undocumented workers.” Don’t say, “Multiculturalism is a weakness,” because the liberal hears, “Having a variety of restaurants scares me because I’m racist.” Instead say, “High schools in California have metal detectors and the tension between blacks and Hispanics is getting so bad, it’s bordering on a race war. Why? So rich whites can ‘steal’ another $100 million.”

One Response to “Living With Savages”

  1. Dennis Nagle Says:

    “These guys aren’t entrepreneurs. They’re slave drivers.” All well within NewCalvinist orthodoxy: rich people are rich because they’re innovaters, entrepreneurs, and job-creators.

    Never mind that the majority of folks who make $100 million are none of these. The vast majority of them are paper-shufflers in financial firms. They don’t innovate, they siphon. They’re entrepreneurs only insofar as they lay awake at night dreaming up new ways to suck money from other people’s pockets into their own. And they’ve created precious few jobs in the last 4-5 years. In evidence, I submit that more and more money is being made at the top, but we still have massive unemployment.

    So preach on, Brother. We hear you, but we still see that the emperor is naked.