Quote of the Day: Mark Knight nails Serena Williams

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There is no such thing as “racism”. The term “racism” was invented by globalists aka communists as a means of dividing a nation against itself, of replacing the loyalty people have for their kin with loyalty to their class and to the state.

The aim of the invention of “racism” was ostensibly to bring about a utopian communist paradise. The result of the invention of “racism” was the murder of over 100 million people at the hands of communism.

The criminal irony is that the communists in charge of transmitting history to each successive generation of the 20th and 21st centuries have painted “racism” as the cause of the worst of the world’s suffering.

It is in this context that I barely bat an eyelid at the following cartoon, and dismiss all accusations of “racism” against Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight out of hand:

From the Herald Sun.

XYZ Quote of the Day.

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David Hiscox
David has studied history and political science at Melbourne University. His thesis was written on how the utilisation of Missile Defence can help to achieve nuclear disarmament. His interest in history was piqued by playing a flight simulator computer game about the Battle of Britain, and he hopes to one day siphon the earnings from his political writings into funding the greatest prog-rock concept album the world has ever seen.
  • Jonathan
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    Absolutely brilliant satire that nails the self entitlement of pet minorities.

    • thegentlemantroll

      Agreed, and it’s also great to see Mark Knight – a MSM conservative – not backing down. In fact he’s demanded counter-apologies from apoplectic SJWs for attempting to mischaracterise him

  • It’s racist because she’s black and she lost, duh…

    • R-M420

      She? That’s debatable.

  • John Sheppard

    When you look at the work for Mark Knight you know how ridiculous it is to call this racist. He always exaggerates the defining features of his “target”, and just because she is black doesn’t mean she is immune.

    Was happy to see the Herald Sun double down on the criticism. Check out their front page for today’s paper. Nice work HS!

  • McMansplainer

    You could say racism *is* morality itself, which is to say loyalty, care, devotion to a particular community, one you can identify with most as it is the most like you.

    This is the ‘positive side’ of racism, which Communists seek to destroy for white people only; all other groups are allowed to have it.

    There is the ‘negative side’ of racism though.

    Exclusion is *not* the ‘negative side’ and not wrong. You can’t have freedom of association without without exclusion, nor the positive side of racism. Apartheid and Jim Crow were not wrong, as no one was forcing blacks to stay near whites and ‘access to white people’ is not a right or in the communal interest of white people.

    The only truly ‘negative side’ of racism is when one group justifies or excuses an act of *unnecessary* brutality by claiming the victim is less than human. Torture, such as the treatment of Australian POWs by the Japanese, would fall into this category.

    Is this ‘negative side’ really ‘racism’ though, or just evil? When a Communist attacks a patriot while de-humanising them, calling them a ‘dog’, are they being ‘politicist’? There is no such word – I just made it up. The Communist doesn’t really think the patriot is an animal, but he is using that as an excuse or imaginary narrative to justify his evil, power-seeking actions. We can certainly say he’s partisan and evil, but ‘politicist’ would just be a junk word that would require more explanation than it would help explain.

    So I reach the same conclusion as David, though through a different path. In summary:

    – The ‘positive side’ of racism is not racism, it’s just love of kin/community.

    – The ‘neutral/exclusionary’ side of racism is not racism; it’s just freedom of association.

    – The ‘negative side’ of racism is redundant, as people can de-humanise others without referring to race and the de-humanisation itself is the relevant aspect and the evil part.

    So “racism” means nothing, but as David says, has become a reified ideology to bludgeon white people with, and only white people.