Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Globe Mocks MLK

It's in what they call the "Lifestyle" section (it illuminates the lives of celebrities is all):

"Janet Mock, the author-commentator who hosts MSNBC’s “So POPular!,” spoke at Phillips Academy as part of the school’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration. Mock (holding phone), who came out as a trans woman in 2011, described how that experience shapes her advocacy work. “We just want to be seen, reflected, and accepted for who we are. Period. That’s what we all want, right?” she said. Past MLK Day speakers at Andover have included civil rights attorney Lani Guinier, filmmaker Spike Lee, and US Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson."

Well, Carson's a little kooky now, but other than that.... where do I go the bathroom? 

Or should I just hold it? 

Crap in the woods?

RelatedAngry King 

I'm not. I'm happy now. I've found serenity. Globe is going after the truth.


"The real left includes those who, like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK), came to realize that quantum leaps are the way to proceed, rather than tiny incremental change. The real left does not curry favor or approval from those in power; it challenges the social status quo and respects the inherent right of an injured and indignant population to rebel against authority. It is not for rent or for sale, and it does not cave in to power.

By contrast, the motivations of the fake left are money and fame: the preservation of their place in their ivory towers, together with all the trimmings of an upper middle class or wealthy lifestyle. For them, the path is smoothed and the wheels of the machine are oiled for lucrative book deals, speaking tours, radio and television interviews, and articles that are infinitely reverberated through approved sites in the Internet. Their spokespeople channel political ideas toward electoral cycles and transform revolutionary musings into banalities, paralysis, and futile actions. They attack the public’s thought process itself and engender an attention-deficit disorder. Ideas are not pursued, shared, honed, and acted upon but instead displaced by fleeting slogans...." h/t