The funniest thing I’ve heard in some time was the ‘threat’ from safe-space inhabiting millennial that they’re going to revolt if Trump actually gets into office.

Think about this…

They can’t hear opposing opinions so they have ‘safe spaces’ where they can go to hide from the real world.

They hate guns, most of them don’t have them and have no clue how to use them.

They hate strength and power and violence, and they have no clue how to carry either out.

This revolution, if it were to happen, would be the funniest, most entertaining revolution in history. It would be a revolution of tears. No guns, no strength, no action or real aim, just crying, complaining, and whining about a just election.

What’s best is that, like many movements led by the sobbing youth of today who are rewarded for failure from a young age, is that it isn’t founded on any real fact.

They say Trump is a racist, highlight his words against illegal immigrants who commit crimes. They ignore the fact that illegal immigrants are in America illegally, to welcome everyone with open arms makes legal immigration absolutely useless, it makes the arduous process of becoming a citizen a moot effort. They ignore the real crimes committed by illegals that aren’t prosecuted because of ideologies that exclude sanctuary cities from thinking that Mexicans can actually commit crimes.

They ignore the work of legal Mexicans who’ve spent hours and years and dollars in an attempt to gain legal status, who actually voted for Trump in higher numbers than his Republican predecessors.

They ignore the good deeds of the man. They ignore the crimes of Hillary. They think they’re ‘fighting the system’, when voting for Trump was a vote against the political elites and the system that these youngin’s claim to stand against.

They’re actually protesting against what they think they want.

They ignore the horrible job that Democrats have one with minorities, increasing poverty in black communities rather than decreasing it. Creating a horrific dependence on the government in poor communities.

Trump may be horrible, but a vote for him is a vote against the establishments.

They claim to be ‘pro diversity’, yet want a popular vote rather than the electoral college that would essentially give two states the power to vote in a president.

They claim to not want to paint everyone with a broad brush, yet call all Trump supporters racists, when over 200 counties that went to Trump in this election previously went to a guy named Barack Hussein Obama. Millions of people, black, white, brown, male, female, who voted for Obama couldn’t give their vote for another 4 years of his policies, so they voted for a guy who’s created jobs his entire life.

They don’t protest, they disrupt.

They block streets, preventing people from going to work or to go home to see their families, and they do it day in and day out without ever having to go to work themselves?

That is who these people are. They’re not hustlers, they’re whiners. They’re not workers, they’re cowards. They’re not fighters, they’re little pussies who’ve been given trophies for failure they’re entire lives and now they finally lose in the real world and they don’t know how to react.

Pansies, the lot of them.

Buck up. Get a job. Give something to society. Or shut the fuck up.


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Facebook and Google are announcing a proposed crackdown on ‘fake news’.

On the surface it seems like it could be a good thing. But then you sit and think about who determines what’s real and what’s ‘fake’.

In this past American election we saw a number of fake stories fed to us by the mainstream media. We saw that no, it wasn’t Trump supporters being violent but that it was actually protestors paid by the Hillary camp that incited violence that eventually led to some Trump rallies being cancelled.

We saw an deliberate attempt by the media to sway voters in Hillary’s direction. Regardless of your views on Trump, the media hated and hates him. If it weren’t for groups like Wikileaks, we wouldn’t know an ounce of who Hillary is, what she’s done, and what she stands for behind closed doors.

This crack down on ‘fake news’ is far too open to interpretation. It’s a dangerous road that very powerful organizations like Facebook and possibly Google seem to be leaning toward.

What do you think?

Should you be allowed to determine which news is real or fake or should you have someone do that for you?

People are smart. Far smarter than the elites would believe them to be. It’s sources online that are now telling far more truth than the media we find on TV or in newspapers. It’s this information age that allows us to make truly educated decisions, with information that the ruling class may not want us to have. And as governments pressure mediums like Facebook and Google to quiet ‘fake news sources’, that information may not be as readily accessible.

Just as information becomes available to everyone, the elites, the ruling classes threaten to decide for us what’s worthy of our attention.

It doesn’t seem right.

Be it genuinely fake or simply disagreeing with what you believe, you should be able to sift out fact from fiction. When you give a governing entity the power to do this for you, you hand them the ability to do it in a way that suits them. The evidence leads you to think that they will be corrupted.

The mainstream media is less about news and more about opinion. I like to side with freedom in most cases, and it seems logical to give the individual the freedom to determine what’s real and what’s fake. To give that power to a single entity is asking for the censorship of opposing views, and opposing views are what enables a republic to thrive.

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Chad Howse: Chad’s mission is to get you in the arena, ‘marred by the dust and sweat and blood’, to help you set and achieve audacious goals in the face of fear, and not only build your ideal body, but the life you were meant to live.

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