I know I’ve said this before, but I hate it when people say that young Jews (and also non Jewish young people) only become anti Zionist/anti Israel when they attend college because of what their professors are teaching them or what they see their classmates doing. That was 100% not the case for me. I did become anti Zionist while I was in college, but it had nothing to do with anything happening on my campus. I just started reading a Palestinian blogger’s tumblr and I saw what anti Zionism and Palestinian liberation actually mean.

The villains here aren’t southern rednecks or neo-Nazi skinheads, or the so-called “alt-right”. They’re middle-class white liberals. The kind of people who read this website. The kind of people who shop at Trader Joe’s, donate to the ACLU and would have voted for Obama a third time if they could. Good people. Nice people. Your parents, probably. The thing Get Out does so well – and the thing that will rankle with some viewers – is to show how, however unintentionally, these same people can make life so hard and uncomfortable for black people. It exposes a liberal ignorance and hubris that has been allowed to fester. It’s an attitude, an arrogance which in the film leads to a horrific final solution, but in reality leads to a complacency that is just as dangerous.
What if I told you...

…that people can be male and not be a misogynist

…people can be straight without being homophobic

…people can be white, and not racist

…getting offended doesn’t mean a damn thing in the real world

…other people will have opinions different from yours, and that they have a right to have it

…life is hard, and no one’s gonna be there to hold your hand or give you free stuff

…no one owes you anything

Going Against Political/Social/Racial/Sexual Stereotypes and common beliefs

-Not all conservatives are narrow-minded, religious extremists, or Nazis. 
-Not all liberals are SJWs, overly sensitive, or PC. 
-Not all libertarians are neckbearded gamer dudes still living with their parents. 
-Not all socialists want communism. 
-Not all people fighting for social justice are SJWs or Special Snowflakes. 
-Not all Anti-SJWs dismiss important social justice issues.
-Not all centrists are either apolitical or the ‘holier than thou’ kind. 
-Not all conservative men are sexist.
-Not all liberal men are ‘cucks.’ 
-Not all conservative women are weak.
-Not all liberal women are feminists.
-Not all feminists are overweight women who are considered ‘masculine,’ or ‘ugly.’ 
-Not all atheists are smart. (coming from an atheist) 
-Not all religious people are unintelligent or close minded. 
-Not all feminists hate men. 
-Not all anti-feminists hate women.
-Not all Radfems are TERFS. 
-POC and LGBTQA people can identify as conservative. 
-White cishet males can be SJWs. 
-Nonbinary people aren’t ‘doing it for attention.’
-Trans men are men. Even if they are feminine men. 
-Trans women are women. Even if they are masculine women. 

Can we just agree that silly generalizations and buzzwords, when used in a supposedly serious debate about important issues between whoever; are totally not needed? 

  • Richard Dawkins: We only have one life and any foolish proles that need religion as an opiate against their dismal conditions are just foolish sheeple who can't see that life is bountiful and good and there's nothing after you die.
  • Petit-bourgeois liberal audience: *aggressive applause* *sobs of joy and approval*
  • Richard Dawkins: As you can see by this graph, the most religious countries are the most impoverished and shitty, and that has nothing to do with class relationships or historic trends of imperialism and colonialism.
  • Petit-bourgeois liberal audience: *new atheist moshpit forms* *those in the back hold up signs that say "logic" and "reason"*
  • Richard Dawkins: Religion is the cause of all the world's problems.
  • Petit-bourgeois liberal audience: *endless fedora tipping*