Those Privileged Black Americans!

I get a lot of MRAs and MRA supporters telling me that women not being allowed to serve in the military makes them privileged and not discriminated against.

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This is one of those ridiculous arguments that’s fairly easy to deal with. The whole position is based on a mix of revisionist history and twisting of social perception that takes for example, the trials of being a stay at home mom, repackages them and puts them on a pedestal of privilege.
Contrary to the opinion of the ignorant? Being a mom, especially a single caretaker, is a hard job. One you can’t quit without dire repercussions.

According to them a woman gets to have the privilege of a man taking care of her, a man who pays for a nice house with plenty of food and all the securities that come from being married to an employed man without any of the stress that men who are forced to go out into the cruel, hard world have to face!

Why these men even fight wars for these women, against their own will! True that hasn’t happened in over 35 years (of which during America has been continuously at war) but we’re sure it’s going to happen any second now!

In their minds women are regulated to the status of an older child who has been given some extra, undeserved privileges.

This is a throwback argument to a 1950s mentality with a veneer of modern day jealousy over the advances women have gained in society that these people feel came without any cost.

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It’s Called Hard Work Boyo, Something You Aren’t Familiar With

I receive some really bad video responses.  Generally I can tell within 15 seconds if I’m about to have my time absolutely wasted.

I was just linked to yet another one of these bad videos by a race-activist who seemed to feel that by elaborately repeating in video the same things he said to me in blog comments while putting my picture up and the word; “FALSE” in big letters on the screen? That this will somehow validate his unsubstantiated, unproven position.

While I’m not interested in supporting the work of those who fight for bigotry by misrepresenting science (hence the lack of linkage) I can’t help but point out a laughably ironic comment in the comment section of the video of a person who tries to prove that there is a “distinct” Jewish race while insisting he’s not a bigot.


The commentor and those who agree with him are referring to a video I did here.

An additional irony is I just finished a blog post where I addressed another person who had called my producer; “my nigger servant”.

So we’re dealing with people who due to their own failures in life hate minority groups so much that no matter how successful a black person is he must be a “servant”.

No matter how hard someone works to succeed?  If these bigots don’t agree with you then it’s because you’re a Jew and are part of some “Jew conspiracy.”

This is an example of the sort of slactivist thinking I deal with on a daily basis.  Anyone who they hate couldn’t have succeeded because of their own hard work and effort.

They must have succeeded because they’re a Jew and Jews all look out for one another!!1!

It doesn’t matter that I’m not Jewish.  Like the Nazis of old they level the accusation of; “JUDEN!” against anyone they disagree with.

The even bigger irony is here’s a group of people who insist that you can genetically determine “distinct” races while en masse they’re also insisting that I must have Jewish genes because they “feel I do”(see comments section for another fine example of this). 

I lack not only the religious affiliation but also the gene linkage to any of the races in question  (so much for their vaunted powers of Genetic-Jew Spotting perception).

You’ll note that “distinct” is a favorite race-activist word to use  for similar reasons that they use the word “massive” when referring to immigration.

When you push them on it they’re never able to quantify the words “massive” or “distinct”.  Instead they dance about, refer to articles and journals and hope that you won’t miss that among all the smoke and mirrors they never actually quantified the word in a way that any reputable population expert or geneticist would use.

As of yet no race-activist has been able to provide a substantive response that justifies use of either word.

But what do you expect from a race-activist with such a limited understanding of statistics that he once did a video on Crime, Genetics and African Americans where he confused standard deviation with overall percentage?

My advice to these people is that they try that old fashioned thing called; “blood, sweat and hard work” and then maybe they’ll learn the value of the pride of accomplishment due to a job well done as opposed to getting a handout in the form of privilege-policy from the government which is what these types always end up hoping for.

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A Voice for… Bigots?

I get hate mail and stupid comments.

I’m not complaining, hate mail and stupid comments are the price you pay when you speak up on the internet and if you target racists, bigots and other pseudo-thinkers like I do?  You get a lot of hate mail and stupid comments, and they can be quite time consuming to deal with.

In the interest of cutting down on the amount of time I waste on pseudo-thinkers I offered a producer-gatekeeper position to the owner of the CalintzYT channel.

CalintzYT has been building a reputation for being a savvy debate moderator and troll wrangler.  The few times I saw him in action I was impressed by his abilities.  So offering him a position that consisted of point of contact for people interested in live discussion/ debates with me was a logical move to make.  He could weed out the faint of heart and time wasters.  Ideally he’d find quality guest material for ThisIsNotAShow episodes (the pilot episode was received well enough that I’ve looked into continuing it).

Personally, I believe in hiring people based on their abilities, not their gender, sexual orientation or race.  For me it’s a big part of being a libertarian and a humanist.

Which was why I was amazed at the words of a budding activist-writer from AVFM.  He expressed an interest in speaking to me so I directed him to speak to my producer-gatekeeper.

The AVFM activist-blogger responded with the following comment.

Not just an idiot but a bigot as well!

I’m aware of all the objections and complaints that this AVFM writer and his supporters might offer in response to my calling him a raging bigot.

Let’s address them proactively one at a time.

Objection 1: TheTruePooka says he has a PhD in not caring but look!  He’s obviously lying because he CARES ABOUT THIS ISSUE!

Response:  It seems that there’s a number of people who are too stupid (or dishonest) to catch the difference between not caring about a bunch of nameless, anonymous trolls insulting me personally and caring about a member (or members) of a group that have influence and power that they exert over others in the hopes they can change society.

If you’re an organization and/or member of an organization or an individual who has influence over how other people think?

Yes.  I do care very much about your actions and how they’re harming society.

Anyone that’s been watching my videos and has an IQ somewhere above “Potato” on the Stanford-Binet IQ scale can infer from those videos that I care greatly about those who say things that can impact on a significant portion of the populous in a society.  Sure, I’ve done a few toss-offs for fun but when I come back and hit a group or person over and over again?

It’s generally because they’ve got a connection to a message that’s impacting negatively on society.

But if you’re just some nobody who gets off on insulting me or lying about what I think, say or do and no one of any importance listens to you?

Why should I care?

Objection 2:  It’s not racism it’s just trolling!!!

Response:  Sorry, not buying it.

a:  First; based on my vast experience of dealing with trolls (especially bigoted trolls) I’ve found that trolls tend to sink to their default nastiness when they go on the attack.  So calling a black man a “nigger” right off the bat?

Chances are you’re a racist.

b:  When someone says; “I don’t care if you think this is racist”?

It means they know they’re about to say something racist but they’re okay with it.  And anyone who has had to deal with bigotry or racism knows that someone who says “I don’t care if you think this is racist” is a racist.  They’re momentarily reveling in their bigotry because they feel the circumstances dictate that they can safely get away with it.

c:  Okay, let’s say you’re not a racist.  You’re just one of those pathetic people who go around thinking you’re oh-so-clever by pretending to be racist so you can get a reaction because you’ve got no talent or imagination when it comes to getting attention and audience building.  In other words;

You’re a failure.

Let’s say for example, that you’re an occasional writer for AVFM and you’ve realized that your writing ability is so crappy, your understanding of evidence, logic and reason is so horrible that you’ve concluded that the only way you can get people to pay attention to you and listen to your message about how bigoted feminists are is to go around calling black people “nigger servants”.

There are three things that stand out as strikingly apparent in the wrongness of this strategy.

1:  It’s mind bogglingly stupid.

In fact I think we can safely say that it’s the stupidest idea to come about since the Jews said;

“I know, let’s vote for that Hitler fellow!  Sure, he’s a got some questionable ideas but I’m betting he’ll settle down once he takes charge!  Besides we can send him all those brown shirts and jack boots we’ve got sitting about as a present so he’ll think fondly of us!”

2:  Saying racist things when you’re accusing others of bigotry makes people not take you seriously.

For more detail read; “The Boy Who Cried Wolf !” (or in this case; “The Boy Who Cried “Nigger-Servant”!”).

3:  Saying racist things in the hopes you’ll draw attention to your cause will make people associate your cause with racism.

Yes.  You can bitch and moan about how; “It’s not my fault people aren’t smart enough to separate out the racist things I say from the other ideas I’m espousing!” but…


It actually is your fault.  You’re the one who created the connection in the first place and if you’re too stupid to see why that surface connection will leave a lasting impression on the average person then that’s on you, not them.

Objection 3:

Objection: I’m not racist I have black friends and co-workers!

Response:  I always find it amusing when people trot this excuse out.  It never works and no one ever buys it.  Not even the minorities who are being trotted out as the token friend/ co-worker (black friend/ co-worker in this case) are buying it.

Since the first all-white Country Club allowed their one black member in, no one has bought it.

You know how that one black member is saying the other members of the club who happen to all be white are not-one-bit-racist-they’re-models-of-egalitarianism?  Chances are that person is saying that because it’s expedient and he’s getting something out of it.

True, it is possible they’re an idiot but it’s more likely that because they’ve got a personal investment in seeing the side they’ve thrown their hat in with win that they’re going to put on their best friendly smile, nod sympathetically and put up with it when their racist white-brothers sob about how they’re misunderstood OH HOW WE SUFFER!

Or she, as they case may be.

I think it’s clear to all that someone who calls a black person who earned a position due to their talent and skills a; “nigger servant” is an asshat racist.

So you can go full-on Michael Steele all you want but you won’t be fooling anyone.

4: But wait! My black friend/ co-worker has done this blog post and/or video stating that what I’ve said isn’t racist and that I’m not a racist!

Response: I’m going to hold off on responding to this one preemptively because it’s going to be a lot more fun to respond to it after the fact.

Please note that none of this is an accusation of racism against the AVFM site.  I happen to be friendly with Dean Esmay, the managing editor of AVFM and while we don’t agree on some things we do agree on some other things; one of them being that racism is not acceptable and that it is not to be borne.

However one of the things we do disagree on is about some uses of negative marketing/ campaigning tactics to bring attention to your cause so, as to what his reaction will be; we shall see.

Unfortunately, giving a pass to below average wannabe internet rock stars, like this fellow here, has become the standard reaction of those on and now off the internet.

So if anyone wants to join in the celebration of this sort of mediocrity then by all means make excuses for him.

This is TheTruePooka coming to you from that great melting pot known as the United States of America and if you find these words upsetting;

Pet the Cat.

Link to bigot blogger on AVFM:

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(note: The above writing is a transcript of a video I’ve chosen not to upload due to technical issues).

Feminism Poisons Atheism? Conservativism Got There First

When I was at a Mosque at Ground Zero protest a few years ago the Republicans bused in some kids from the Bronx so they could stand around looking all young and innocent for emotional impact while they talked about how a Mosque at ground zero was frightening to children.

Outside of mentioning it in comments and on blogtv shows I didn’t focus too much on the matter. This was politics and these sorts of tactics are fairly common.

One speaker from; “Focus on the Family” used the children by giving subtle looks and gestures at key moments during his speech. He was clearly trying to imply that children in the neighborhood were frightened by this potential Mosque and these were them standing right here.

I found it peculiar they’d have to bus children from schools to a Park 3-5 blocks away (a 3-5 minute walk) so I sidled on over to the bus driver to ask him where they were from.

He responded that they had come from up in the Bronx somewhere (it may have been Westchester but my knowledge of north of Manhattan geography is a bit vague).

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Freethought Blogs & A+ Atheist-Humanists

I got into a discussion with Richard Carrier in his comments section on a blog he posted on FTB on the issue of the new attempt at creating a group known as; “A+”.

“A+” people would be atheists who are also humanists. The impetus for creating this group came from a perceived problem in the Atheist/ Skeptic community where many of those professing to be skeptics were not being very skeptical.

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