Trolly’s Year in Review 2017 – the war against Political Correctness

Last year, there were huge events that transformed my thinking and feelings about our culture. Everything from Islam and it’s fun-filled rampage all over Europe this summer, to James T. Hodgkinson shooting up a Republican baseball practice. Not to mention Liberals trying to prevent anybody with a pro-life stance from expressing their views on anything related to “Women’s issues” or Abortion clinics. All of this while the most outrageous Internet drama was occurring, from Anita Sarkeesian calling Sargon of Akkad human garbage, the #MeToo movement hitting Hollywood and places of power, and the infamous shitshow that is the Google Manifesto which cost James Damore his job. Not to mention how what happened with Lindsay Shepard and Wilfrid Laurier University, and how Feminists tried to prevent The Red Pill from showing in Australia because it ‘promoted rape culture’. 2017 was a fucking awe-inspiring year!

Islam is one of the significant issues facing our culture, it’s one that is almost as controversial as the abortion debate that I thought was over, but last year rose it’s head once again. Within a few weeks of this year, Alexander Bissonette decided to take matters in his own hands and proceeded to attack a mosque in Quebec, murdering six people and seriously wounding five others is a tremendous crime. The fact he was mocking them, shouting out Allah Akkabar as he gunned people down shows his mental state. I’m concerned about Islamic Immigration, but there is a difference between my concerns, and the inherent hatred you see in Alexander. Alexander was lead astray by a media that doesn’t want us to discuss the problems we have with Islam, and that drove him to this conflict that shouldn’t have happened.

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But the mere six people Alexander Bissonette killed was nothing compared to what we saw in Europe this year. That summer, almost every other week, I was writing about some new attack. As a chronicler, archivist, researcher, and writer – people murdered, whether it is the six people Alexander killed or the 22 people who were slain by Salman Ramadan Abedi, it becomes a difficult task. I remember that story; it hit hard. When I heard an 8-year old girl named Saffie Rose Roussos, who wanted to see Ariana Grande in concert, was killed in the blast, it hit home. And Abedi was just some confused young man who wondered if going to be accepted into heaven because he thought he was ‘too western’ to be loved by God, so he killed himself and 21 other people ‘ensuring’ God would accept him into heaven. Islam has a long way to go before it can integrate into our culture. I hate covering these events, because of the reactions of people.

And not two weeks later, I was writing about London Bridges. Yes, I did a bit of a parody on that, making fun of Bill Nye’s new ‘science’ show, Bill Nye saves the world, but I also wanted to talk about what happened in London that day. Another eight people were murdered by people who shouted out, This is for Allah after they used a Truck of Peace to charge onto bridges, and they proceeded to cut people down with machetes. But those attacks are part and parcel of living in a big city unless that city is Tokyo.

I can remember 5 Islamic Terror attacks in the news last summer, and according to the Religion of Peace.com, 2035 Islamic Attacks happened in 61 countries, which killed 15700 people and injured 14302 more IN 2017. Islamic people are so busy, fighting off ‘western oppression’, in the words of politically correct people like Linda Sarsour, trying to purify their culture from our influence, as they murder other Muslims in Islamic Majority countries and also fighting us directly. How do they operate so many attacks? Maybe it’s idiot politicians like Prime Minister JT giving over $40 million to 4 different Muslim men, including Omar Khadr.

Of all the stories that pissed me off about Trudeau last year, it was this. Poor Omar Khadr, who killed an American Soldier with a grenade (though brainwashed leftists think it was the grenade fairy), needed to be paid $10.5 million settlement because he got sent to Gitmo. Not that I agreed with Gitmo – it was a travesty – but a public acknowledgement, and maybe $1-2 million settlement, because of that how much the average person makes during their lifetime, but not $10.5 million. With a sister who defended the 9/11 attack, who may belong to Al Qaeda, who also married Joshua Boyle for a year, oh – Joshua has been accused of 15 crimes, including sexual assault, drugging people against their wills, and unlawful confinement. I feel the Islamic enrichment right now. Daddy was Al Qaeda, Sister was Al Qaeda, and Omar is probably Al Qaeda. Everybody involved in that family seem to be completely messed up. With the other three Muslims men, Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati and Muayyed Nureddin receiving another $31 million, that’s a total of $41.5 million for four men. What are they going to do with all that money?

I don’t like Islam if you haven’t figured it out yet. It isn’t similar in comparison to anything else in the world. It is far more destructive than even Communism, maybe, because it’s a supremacist movement. Oh, it hasn’t been happening in the West just yet, but the shit they pull. There was one story about Islam that made me quiver, and it reminded me how important it is for parents to check their kid’s online activity regularly. Linda Wenzel was so enamoured by young ISIL warriors fighting against the west and to bring the purity of Islam to the entire world while she talked to one on Facebook, she left Germany and became a wife and mother for the cause. When the allied troops finally started to drive ISIL back, we found her sniping at allied soldiers. Parents, you need to see what your children are doing online.

And why does this happen. I blame people like Linda Sarsour and Anita Sarkeesian for creating a smoke screen around Islam, saying it is racist to be concerned about Islamic Immigration and integration into our cultures. Anita creates the perfect little smoke screen, trying to tell people how to live moral lives while using her ‘GamerGate Victim’ status to convince people to give her hundreds of thousands of sympathy dollars to her cause ‘to bring the patriarchy down’. Hell, she thinks Star Wars is sexist. And that’s what makes her dangerous, she’s an ideologue so convinced of her cause, she gets to speak at the UN, and hundreds of thousands respect her greatly, following her on all of her social media. With that much media presence, it allows the perfect storm to allow people like Linda Wenzel to make hugely wrong decisions that have ruined her life.

Speaking of Sarkeesian, I had the best week of my life the moment I saw the clip of her, at VidCon, telling Sargon of Akkad he was Human Garbage. It was glorious, and I loved it. She had finally exposed herself to the real world, with real people asking her questions, and she crumbles under pressure. At first, I was supportive of Anita. As a Libertarian, I always thought people should be able to do anything they wanted. But more and more, I could see from 2012 and on, there was a disturbing trend online where it was all about ‘one group’s grievances over another’, but I just supported people’s right to choose because we should all have the freedom to choose. So, initially, I was pro-Anita and Anti-GamerGate. And then I watched her videos. Anita and other Marxist feminists are black holes that can’t be satisfied by anything but complete and utter destruction of our culture and society. Everything must go.

Of course, Hank Green and the other organisers of VidCon sided with Anita. Sargon was in the wrong. Just showing up, sitting down to Anita’s panel was an act of violence against her. I couldn’t believe it. The entire events of VidCon show how much systemic power systemic power people like Anita hold. People say women don’t have power in our culture, and those people are feminists who wield statements like that to pressure everybody to quickly agree with them. Hell, Anita put the screws into Patreon so much, that they investigated whether Sargon of Akkad broke their terms of service because she claimed when he quietly sat in the room of ‘her’ panel where was talking was an act of aggression. Sargon never broke any laws, he was never arrested, but she threatened his main source of income because she’s queen Anita and she must be heard. If that is not systemic power over people, I don’t know what is.

Talking about the systemic power of women this year, let’s talk about #MeToo. In the linked page, a woman is pleading with people, to speak to their ‘young boys’ about this ‘watershed’ moment in gender relations. She urges parents to talk to their boys about ‘consent’, to make sure there are no more ‘rapists’ and ‘monsters’ in our midst. I don’t have children yet, but I would never have this talk with my sons. I would talk to them about the basics and show him how to love and respect a woman like I love and respect his mother, my partner. And I would tell him, the best way to avoid destroying your life with sexual assault accusations is to pick just one partner as your sexual partner – period, end of story. If you love and respect someone, and stick only with them – then you will never experience that trouble. Only fools fall into pits because they don’t see them. I am going to teach my children to see all the pitfalls in life that I see and how to avoid them properly.

Of course, the intersectional Marxist feminist media will not see it that way, because saying you should only choose one partner is ‘typical gender roles’, especially for women. Anything that would define a ‘gender role’ is bad, including, The Google Manifesto written by James Damore. Man, that was the big confirmation that we needed to focus on them, because James got fired for saying that, on the average, men and women are different, but both should be encouraged through different means, to achieve equality at Google. They said he was perpetuating gender roles and was fired for being ‘sexist’. This war against this kind of shit needs to keep on happening. The funny part, other Google employees, agree with James and the argument he presented in his document.

We all know that Google is doing it’s best to deal with everything that happened in 2016, Trump’s win for instance, and was pressing an attack in 2017, and the firing of James sent a reverberation. Google will not deal with anybody who doesn’t go entirely with their brand of politics, which are the utterly intersectional feminist – we need as many colours and genders as we possibly get to have ‘purity’ in our organisation. Feminists must silence any other opinion and voice – James must go. It was soon on YouTube, who is owned by Google, started to mass demonetising people’s videos, hundreds at a time. Not just ‘Nazis’, but gaming channels, political commentary channels, Linux channels, and many others. It was as if Google said, you guys always knew it, so let us prove it. We don’t like the alternative media at all, so we are going to completely take your ability to make money from our ad network. They quickly replaced that lost revenue with rentals on YouTube.

The acts of Google on both the Google Manifesto and the mass demonstration is how the authoritarian the left has become. If it can’t handle you, it tries to silence you. Most of the tech companies are so saturated by ‘social justice’ because of social media; they do their best to silence opposing voices. It isn’t working though because we’re getting savvy to their tactics and we are winning the war against them. Take in point the first thing this year, and the end of 2016 that came up no matter what feminists and other leftists tried to silence, The Red Pill by Cassie Jaye.

Cassie Jaye is a well know feminist documentarian who has done documentaries on social issues like girls sexual lives, gay marriage, and other social justice movements. When she decided to do a documentary on rape culture, she came across a bunch of subreddits and websites that are run by Men’s Rights Advocates, and she decided to uncover this ‘deeply misogynist’ movement. Over the course of the interviews, Cassie realised that MRAs had legitimate concerns about the treatment of men in our culture, and saw her own deep-seated biases against men and changed. She no longer calls herself a feminist, an in the world of social justice, that is about the same as an apostate. You must ex-communicate her to the highest degree. This lead to all kinds of media backlash against her and her movie. Just watch Bearing’s videos below.

But the Red Pill had a 90% audience rating and was the Number 1 documentary on Google Play and iTunes in Canada. The feminist backlash created a number one hit, which the Emmy’s and the Golden Globes snubbed. Hollywood and the media is so corrupt that it is unbelievable. I am glad we have the Internet, a place was we can share ideas and talk about things. 20 years ago, This movie would have amounted to nothing, because Cassie even lost her Hollywood funding to try to create the film. It was Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos who helped her crowdfund the $250k to process the movie to theatre standards. Though feminists made sure the film never saw the inside of one movie theatre because it did make $0 at the box office nationally. Can you imagine the systemic power that feminism has, to accomplish something like this.

But we still propelled her documentary on other sources, like iTunes and Google Play, so feminists don’t have all the power to silence anything they don’t like yet.

The attempt to silence people is all that leftists can do. I love their attempts to silence us. Every attack shows us their true colours. While leftists say we are ‘literally Hitler’, or that movie ‘perpetuates rape culture’, it is they who silence us, attempting to prevent movies from playing. But we know that now. We know what they do to try to intimidate us, and so we are going to fight back when they try to silence us from our opinions.

Take the case, towards the end of the year, like mana sent from heaven near Christmas time – the Lindsay Shepard vs Wilfrid Laurier controversy. Lindsay decided that she would play a clip from the Agenda with Steve Paikin where Jordan B. Peterson, the controversial professor of the University of Toronto who opposed C-16 (which would protect gender identity and expression in the human rights code). Yup, you heard me right. Last year, I saw an official government form that had ‘Other’ in gender, with room to write something there. I was tempted to write in Transfluid Dragon Troll. She was trying to spark a debate on how grammar and language can shape society with her communication class. Well, that caused controversy with her professors of her department, and so they took her into a private room and interrogated her for 40 minutes for showing a 5-minute clip. Well, she recorded the audio with her phone and supplied it to the National Post and Globe and Mail, who played the story up as a denial of freedom of speech that it was. Well, the university quickly offered an apology, and then an ‘independent’ inquiry found Lindsay was not guilty of anything – including ‘Transphobia’ for playing the clip, while the President of Wilfrid Laurier University waffled on the fence about this. Check out Bearing’s videos on it.

As I said, the government of Canada and the west is turning into a Stazi-like land where the wrong opinion gets you interrogated by professors and shunned by the media. And in Canada, our stances on longstanding social policies are becoming even more strict.

I am pro-choice, though my fiancée and I would always choose life, we just prefer life. I am not pro-life in all situations because there are situations that may be too painful. Like the 4 out of 1000 abortions that are due to rape, or the 1 out of 100 women carrying a baby to term who may have health complications. Those decisions would be way out of my experience, so I would trust those women to do what is best for them. I just expected that most other people would be similar, and everybody has the right to freedom of expression. As a person has the right to an abortion, another person has the right to protest that decision as well. Well, not according to the Liberals anymore. If you are going into Prime Minister JT’s Liberal party, you must always vote for pro-choice. In fact, when the Conservative party of Canada nominated a Pro-life Conservative as the head of the Status of Women committee – the Liberals and New Democratic Party of Canada silenced her, and left the first meeting and demanded that someone who is pro-choice lead the committee. Talk about an Echo Chamber. They need their safe space, where their feelings aren’t hurt.

Talking about those safe spaces for abortions, Kathleen Wynne has enacted a law that would prevent any ‘protest’ within 50-150 meters of an abortion clinic. She doesn’t know how creative I will get about this. The day I can afford it, I will hire a pilot to write ‘Preventing Abortion Protests is wrong’ in the sky, with a banner saying the same thing, going around an abortion clinic – because that will be much farther than her 150-meter limit.

Well, that’s it, guys. That is what I have thought of 2017 and everything that has happened. I’ll keep you up to date on my book and my thoughts. If I have time, I will write about what’s going on in Iran, and it will be part of my book involving the sections on Islam.

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