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Friday, May 30, 2014

A Blonde Moment

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I thought I'd seen it all when the manosphereans started spinning Elliot Rodger as a feminist.

Now Steve Sailer at VDare wants to persuade us that Elliot Rodger's intention to murder sorority girls was really a "race crime" against white folks, specifically against blonde white folks.

"UCSB is less than 40% white among undergrads, but that still makes it The Blond School by UC standards. For example, UC Irvine down in the Beach Boys’ Orange County is only 17.5% white. So, targeting for slaughter this sorority is an extremely intentional racial hate crime. But how much do you think we’re going to hear about that? As Sapir and Whorf might have said, if a term doesn't exist in our vocabulary, it’s hard to think about the concept."

Or, as Sapir and Whorf "might have said," Just because you invent "a concept" doesn't mean it has any bearing in objective reality, you moron.  (And also, fuck you for using that Beach Boys song, which up until now has only conjured in my head cheerful images of sun, surfing, sand, and bikinis.) 

I have to admit, while I don't necessarily believe "Blondes have more fun," neither have I worried about being targeted for violence because of my hair color.  And when it comes to Being Blonde in America, I speak with the authority of experience.  I am a natural blue eyed blonde, have been all my life, and my partner is a natural blue eyed blonde as well. (Well, at least we were until age stripped the melanin from our crowning glories, along with the last vestiges of our youthful beauty.)

Now we regret that our paths did not converge earlier in our life journeys, when we were still at our reproductive peaks, so that we could have fulfilled our duties to the Aryan race by creating more blondes, that precious subset of human diversity who are so perilously close to extinction!  (Although to be candid, it's me who's the race traitor; she has, in fact, produced a small army militia of tow-headed grandbabies.)

Apparently, saving the blonde gene demands organized political action, and we know what that means: $$$. Fortunately, it's not too late to make a tax-deductible contribution. Peter Bigelow (and his infant daughter) are in immediate need of $30,000 or else:

"Our advisers insist that the only way websites get donations is to block access to readers completely."

Now, while you're considering how generous you want to be, here's a fun fact: Did you know that all blue eyed people share a common ancestor?  The mutation occurred relatively recently in human history.  Maybe that is why my partner and I have always felt such a strong sense of, uhm, sorority. 

5 comments:

  1. Jeez, Sailer and the VDARE guys are really losing it. At least the misogynists kinda sorta had a point in noting Elliot killed more men than women, but the three guys he stabbed to death were all Asian. When 50% of your victims are non-white, that's hardly a hate crime against whites.

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  2. The phrase "grasping at straws" comes to mind.

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  3. I read his autobiography and he writes that he sexually desired only white women, especially blondes. He was unsuccessful in dating and his rage and hate was mostly directed at those who rejected him, again as shown in his autobiography (available online). Since he specifically targeted white blonde women and Asian guys (but perhaps he targeted the Asian guys primarily because they were his roommates) that show's it was a hate crime.

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    1. A hate crime against which group?

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    2. Well, he specifically tried to kill blonde white women (this was his intention as he stated in his autobiography). So, that group.

      Additionally it could be a hate crime against Asian males, since those are the males he killed; however they were also his roommates so perhaps he targeted them because they were his roommates rather than because they were Asian males.

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