Nothing else needs to be said.
March 27, 2013
March 26, 2013
I’ll admit it. I’ve been harassing Jim Carrey on Twitter. I use my Twitter account rarely, but every once in a while, I can see this opportunity – a golden chance to needle a dumbass – and I can’t resist. It’s like crack.
I never liked Jim Carrey a whole lot. I never saw his appeal. He was mildly amusing when he was on In Living Color, where he got his start as one of two only white dudes on an all-black comedy show. After that, he made a bunch of annoying movies, where he played stupid people (not a big stretch for him), and has been active in promulgating misinformation about childhood vaccination, using his celebrity to encourage thousands of idiots not to vaccinate their kids, resulting in the return of pertussis in states such as Oregon and Washington and even the deaths of innocent babies from perfectly preventable diseases.
Carrey has expanded his political activism lately – from promoting vaccination refusal to insulting gun owners. In a recent, poorly done video, Carrey ridicules America’s gun owners, mocks the late Charlton Heston and generally acts like a moron… or like himself, if you will.
On Twitter, this tool continued his assault on law-abiding citizens.
March 24, 2013′Cold Dead Hand’ is abt u heartless motherf%ckers unwilling 2 bend 4 the safety of our kids.Sorry if you’re offended by the word safety! ;^}
@jimcarrey Dear Mr. Carrey – you’re a moron. Your stance on guns is about as stupid as your stance on vaccinations. Have a nice day.
— Nicki (@Nicki_F) March 25, 2013
Carrey continued to compound his ignorance about guns with the following:
G’morning!Hope you’re enjoying Cold Dead Hand.FYI,my bodyguard doesn’t have a hundred rounds in his clip.I wish u all a bullet free day! ;^} — Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 25, 2013
I replied in hopes of showing him just how deluded and clueless he really is.
And I followed it up with a photo explaining just WHY Jim Carrey is a moron.
— Nicki (@Nicki_F) March 25, 2013
Poor Jim Carrey. He has no idea what he’s actually advocating, and has no clue what he wants to ban. He’s as stupid about guns as he is about vaccines. But that hasn’t stopped him from drooling about shooting tragedies, pretending he actually cares, instead of simply trolling for relevancy.
March 25, 2013I get it.U don’t wnt 2 be told wht to do.So mch so tht u may support wht u know in your heart is wrong.Thn u feel guilty n angry abt it. ;^|
What we know is wrong is Canadian douchenozzles telling us what we know is wrong. What we know is wrong is repeated attempts to destroy our rights and freedoms. What we know is wrong is sheltered celebrities advocating victim disarmament from the comfort of their gated communities under the protection of their bodyguards. And the only thing we feel guilty about is allowing dimwits to control the narrative.
It’s wrong to protest repeated attempts to violate the Constitution, but it’s right to allow authoritarian swine to control our lives. Got it. It’s always amazed me that celebutards just don’t understand the concept of rights – probably because they’re insulated from the repercussions of losing them. After all, why do they need guns? They have bodyguards! They don’t worry about invasions of privacy or illegal searches. They’re rich and influential! But apparently, poor Jimmy had a sad about all the mean things those gun owners said on his Twitter feed! He’s not used to being criticized – not publicly anyway! He’s used to being adored by millions of drooling turds who pay money to watch his films, not castigated for his views!
I’m appalled at wht I’ve seen on ths stream the last few days, all in hatred’s defense. No wonder it’s so dangerous to be a child today. ;^\ — Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 26, 2013
Carrey doesn’t get it. He really doesn’t. He equates gun ownership and passion about our rights to hatred and implies that somehow the defense of our rights is killing our children, instead of armed criminals… and idiots who refuse to vaccinate.
@jimcarrey Even more dangerous when the ignorami influence other parents to forgo vaccines. Dontcha think?
— Nicki (@Nicki_F) March 26, 2013
Carrey is not alone. He’s typical of the celebutard set who demand action from politicians from their insulated little worlds, where their stalkers are taken care of by armed bodyguards, and cops jump anxiously and ardently to their service every time a stranger shows up in their gated communities. They don’t know the real world, where women get raped and the police are not legally obligated to protect them, and where drug dealers wage war on one another, with our children caught in the crossfire, and where vermin invade our homes, forcing us to either defend ourselves or wait for the police to show up and clean up our blood. They’re protected from the consequences of their activism by armed guards and secure communities.
And they don’t give a thought to the rest of us.
January 13, 2013
He’s an actor, martial artist, director, producer and comedian, among other things. He’s taken advantage of the many opportunities America affords to make a wonderful living, gain fame and fortune and apparently a stage to triple down on the stupid.
Like many ungrateful Hollywood douchenozzles, Chan is spewing anti-American rhetoric, even as he enjoys the freedoms and opportunities this nation provides. Even as he makes millions owing to the very same freedoms he reviles, he criticizes Taiwan and Hong Cong as an example of what happens when a nation has too much freedom. Yes, this rancid, hypocritical shitbag is an advocate of government control, a la China.
It’s amazing anyone takes him seriously, right?
Well, apparently enough people do, because his latest rant claims the United States is “the most corrupt country in the world.”
“If you talk about corruption, the entire world – America – has no corruption?” said the actor.
He went on to say America is “the most corrupt [country] in the world” – not China. “Where does this great breakdown [of corruption] come from? It started exactly from the [rest of the] world, the United States …
I took a look at Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index for 2012 today. I wanted to make sure I had my facts straight, before slamming Jackie Chan as a smarmy piece of anti-American shit whose products need to be boycotted by any American who actually loves this country, and who should stay the fuck in China, since he hates the U.S. so much. I wanted to make sure that the United States wasn’t the most corrupt country in the world! Just in case. After all… I’ve been railing against government corruption as long as I’ve been blogging.
Well, imagine my “surprise” when the CPI listed the United States as the 19th LEAST corrupt nation in the world, behind such nations as Germany, New Zealand, Denmark (the least corrupt nation in the world, according to this index) and Australia.
And yet Jackie Chan has the uninformed and ignorant temerity to claim the U.S. – a nation that has been an integral part of his acting and martial arts success – is more corrupt than third-world shitholes such as Lesotho (#64) and Zambia (#68).
We’ve seen a spate of celebutards in recent months, spout off in the most ignorant fashion about subjects they’re wholly unqualified to speak with any amount of legitimacy. We had some dumb bitch of whom barely anyone has ever heard until she made an Obama ad, comparing a vote for Teh Won™ to losing one’s virginity. We’ve had a horde of celebutard hypocrites make ads encouraging you to demand gun control from your arrogant, entitled legislators, even as they make millions from violent movies where they wield and successfully use guns more regularly than any gun owner in this nation.
Jackie Chan is just another in a long line of dimwitted ignorants who spouts nonsense without knowledge and thinks his fame entitles him to credibility.
Let’s hope Americans are too smart to fall for his tripe and send him packing to irrelevancy.
December 31, 2012
Go fuck yourselves. With chainsaws.
You are hypocrites.
You have armed guards and gated communities.
You make millions from the same violence you claim to condemn.
You demand a “plan,” without having any concept of the history and fundamental ideals of this nation – without respecting the rights of individuals – without understanding what you demand.
The lot of you are stupid, ignorant, uninformed and pathetic.
You are opportunistic swine, using your celebrity, fortune and influence to encourage politicians to gain more power at everyone else’s expense.
You don’t understand what you are demanding, and you don’t care, because the lot of you are insulated, spoiled children.
When you stop making profits off violence, you can start talking about demanding a plan. But for now, you can just shut the fuck up.
September 20, 2012
In an effort to encourage drooling, catatonic, ignorant masses to vote for Teh Won in November, Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman and other retards are engaged in a campaign encouraging supporters to take pictures of themselves with their hands on their hearts and a note explaining why they support President Obama.
“Growing up, my classmates and I started every day with a ritual: We’d stand up, put our right hand over our hearts, and say the Pledge of Allegiance,” explains Alba. “To me, that gesture was a promise. A promise to be involved and engaged in this country’s future. A promise to work for liberty and justice — and for affordable education, health care, and equality — for all.”
OK, let’s examine this a bit. The text of the original pledge, composed by Christian Socialist Francis Bellamy, reads as follows:
I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
After another change that included the name of our nation, Congress added “under God” in 1954. The text that has been in the US Code since then reads thusly:
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation indivisible under God, with liberty and justice for all.
We could go on and on about whether the words “under God” should even be included, and whether they violate the separation of church and state… blah, blah, blah. That’s not what this post is about, so if you’re wishing to bloviate on the issue, and expect me to care, I don’t.
I do, however, want to address the pledge and its intent.
We pledge allegiance to the flag – the symbol of the United States of America and the republic for which it stands. The flag doesn’t stand for a simple democracy. It stands for the republic created by our founders.
One nation indivisible (feels sort of fake even saying these words sometimes, given the amount of division this country is currently experiencing) – the pledge is an expression to the nation that was created – a nation that came together as one country – under one flag.
With liberty and justice for all. Liberty. Freedom. Justice – equality under the law, rightfulness, lawfulness…
First and foremost, I don’t see anything in this pledge that directs us to vote for or support an individual or a leader. It’s a pledge of dedication to a nation of ideals and principles, and to somehow skew and twist it to conform to a demented pledge of allegiance to a politician is a really sick distortion.
Second, pledging allegiance to a politician smacks of the cult of personality, that worship of a “cool” leader who reaches out and draws the cattle to him.
Third, liberty and justice are not equivalent to free services for all, regardless of whether or not the providers are willing to bestow said services. Education is not a right. Health care is not a right. No matter how much these vapid Hollywood idjits blather on about equal rights, you cannot advocate the use of government force to compel one group to give up what they have worked for in order to give it to a group that hasn’t earned it and then call it justice.
Is it justice to force a doctor, who has spent 10 years in school, worked long hours, slept little, used every effort to hone his skills and be the best physician he can be, to provide a service to someone who will not pay him for said expertise? Is it fair to force said doctor to provide his blood, sweat and tears, without allowing him to set his own value for his own work, because someone else uses their need as a claim ticket?
Here’s a clue, bimbettes: any time you have to use force to give a service provided by someone else free of charge to one group, that is not justice! Any time you penalize those who have achieved and succeeded by taking away what they have by force and giving it to those who haven’t achieved the same merely because they have more, that’s not justice!
And yes, education, as desirable as it is for everyone, is also a service. It is provided by someone to someone.
Force ≠ Justice.
Need ≠ Legitimate Claim.
Here’s another clue, bimbettes: as women you DO have equal rights. You have the right to achieve. You have the right to succeed. You have the right to work. You have the right to make your own choices about your life. Government doesn’t have any authority to prevent you from doing so. Is life always fair? No. Are employers always just? No. Will the outcome of your work be always satisfactory? No. Nonetheless, you do not have the right to advocate the use of government force to force equality of outcome. Sometimes employers are unfair. Sometimes they’re outright jerks. And sometimes they make stupid decisions. But in this country, we have the freedom to be unfair and ignorant, as well as to make stupid decisions. We also have the right to deal with the consequences of said decisions. (Note that after hysterical losers went on an economic rampage against Chick-fil-A because of the CEO’s personal views, the company apparently changed its policies and promised to stop giving money to anti-gay groups. Government force not required, nor would it have been appreciated. And as stupid pointless as I thought your protests were, they produced results.) Employers have the right to make decisions with which you disagree, and you have no right to compel them to change using government force, while screeching about “equality.”
Equality of opportunity ≠ Equality of outcome.
Government force to promote your personal views ≠ Justice
Oh, and by the way, you have the right to contraception. You don’t have the right to force me to pay for it.
And none of it has anything to do with the pledge of allegiance – whether it’s the original text or the current one.
So please, keep your day jobs and stick to what you know: pretending to be someone else, clothes, shoes and parties.