Mockery only cuts when it cuts into the truth. That’s why the NPC (non-player character) meme cut the left so deeply. Liberalism is a faith of extreme conformity practiced by superficial non-conformists. Watching liberal group behavior is like watching a human school of herring—all swimming in unison, and all proud of their individual moves.
The NPC meme put a mirror up to this oblivious synchronized swimming, leaving multitudes of indistinguishable lib fishies not at all pleased by the reflection. Although, can you really call someone a rigid intellectual conformist who has a coexist bumper sticker and a pierced septum? Only Chinese museum curators can say for sure.
But until they weigh in, I wanted to write about one of the transmission channels by which NPCs receive their patches, service packs, and security updates. For a long time I have read the Yahoo! home page. I don’t read it for amusement or illumination, as the writing and reporting is humiliatingly insipid. I read it instead to see what instruction set is currently being communicated to the automatons.
As an aside, Yahoo is a failed legacy Internet brand/portal now organized under the Oath umbrella. It shares this stable with other far-left detritus like the Huffington Post, which features prominently in the Yahoo headline stream. Largely Oath is attempting to build a shitlib symbiosis from the Internet’s junkyard. And if you’d like to know who’s sponsoring this toilet bowl, just find out who’s paying your Verizon bill.
As a I mentioned, the writing in Yahoo articles is atrocious, but that’s not why they’re really there. Yahoo articles communicate in subtext. They tell liberals what to embrace and what to shun, details are wholly irrelevant. They are essentially schooling instructions for humans.
That’s why I took notice this spring upon first seeing an unusual theme emerging. Yahoo began signaling hard against whites doing things to blacks that weren’t overtly raysis, violent, or illegal, but merely irritating. The articles were naming and shaming whites who simply called out blacks. Of course calling out poor behavior is a prerogative and remedy within any free society, and one that any of these written about people remained at liberty to do; they just couldn’t do it to blacks.
In a couple of posts here I called this a coming out against white racial insubordination. The signaling shift being that whites could not only not view themselves as superior (as, plainly, all healthy peoples do) they could not even view themselves as equal. You do not call the police on blacks was a very stern subtextual lecture to racial inferiority. Always keep your eyes down, honkies—especially when signing that tax check. Unfortunately for whites that suggests a social status of vast responsibilities to other races, but zero authority. And that’s called servitude.
At any rate, Yahoo has since maintained an astonishing cadence of white insubordination shaming stories. Typically they appear in couples every week, some weeks nearly one a day. Rest assured, someone views this mindset as a major service pack.
What motivated me to opine at length on the phenomenon is for the first time I noticed two of these articles in the same day. At this pace news itself will soon just become a blur of racial finger pointing. Here is the first shaming of the shrew. In this tragedy, 30-40 militant marching blacks were simply seeking succor from the sun in a gas station parking lot when the WHITE (emphasis Yahoo) manager called police simply because they shut down the gas pumps, blocked ingress and egress from the station, trashed the storefront, and that’s all!
As you will fall prostrate to learn, a protest is planned demanding that the white manager be terminated and arrested for making a false 911 call. Yahoo also helpfully informs us that: When called for comment by Yahoo Lifestyle, Brenda hung up the phone.
I can imagine that good-faith investigative phone call.
THIS IS YAHOO HEADLINE NEWS WHAT IS YOUR EXCUSE FOR CALLING THE POLICE ON BLACK PEOPLE??
Obviously this isn’t news; it’s a threat.
In the day’s other completely irrelevant but for the signal story, a black soccer parent got the cops called on him for his undoubtedly soft and reserved dialogue with game participants. This leading astute race sentinels to scream anathema at the white female caller. This international imbroglio being quickly suctioned into the Yahoo shaming queue for NPC updating. One telling item was left to languish deep in the column’s corpus: ”the field marshal had kicked out a total of four parents from the game that day.” But only one of them got her named and shamed.
This is how NPCs know what to hate without needing to know why. And the truth is, even human beings understand the message: be submissive or be destroyed. So might as well leave those thousand dollar iPhones at home when going out. Given racial crime statistics, the temptation to call police on the wrong people just may be your undoing.
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