Monday, April 13, 2015

Transluminati Witches And Beyonce Killed Joan Rivers For Saying “Tranny” Or Something.

Transluminati Witches And Beyonce Killed Joan Rivers For Saying “Tranny” Or Something.

18 Sep joanrivers2
transplanetjoanrivers2Countdown til someone steals this pic for their Youtube Witch House Playlist.
Shortly after Joan Rivers passed away, the conspiracy sphere pretty much erupted into ridiculous theories about her death, as they do. A lot of it centers around a dude with the unfortunate Youtube handle of ZippyThe Pinheadj (guess a-i was taken) who “prophesied” her death with a story that is as convincing as his comb-over.
Alex Jones weighed in, but sort of danced around the issue, so in this case we’re looking at Revelation Now. They claim her death was Occult retribution for calling Michelle Obama a “tranny”, a crime so horrible it took over a month for these imagined Transluminati Witches to do anything about it.
To be serious for a moment, there are too many things wrong with the statement Rivers made (and folks like Alex Jones repeated) to even count without even getting to the word “tranny”. It reinforces a lot of the negative ways white people sexualize black bodies (and especially black women’s bodies, constantly robbing them of their femininity). It reinforces how entitled folks feel to define other’s sexual orientations. It directly correlates transgender identity as inherently fraudulent.
But no, the “pro-tranny” crowd thinks that politically correct folks that are bothered with the term can cast killing spells. Because something about a “Baphomet Hand Gesture”, whatever that is.
joanrivers4Something like this, I guess.
Speaking of Baphomet (something I love to do), another side claims that Beyonce was behind the occult killing, because the death of an elderly woman makes an awesome 33rd birthday gift (I’m pretty sure I bought an ounce of shrooms for mine, tbqh). But in any case I wound up stumbling across “Baphomet Beyonce” in Google Image Search, which is now my favorite thing ever. So I’m just gonna post images from that now.

Transphobic Congressional Wikipedia Vandal Also Obsessed With Alex Jones And Choco Tacos

11 Sep congresstroll1b
transplanetchocotaco1This message not necessarily endorsed by Choco Taco Jesus.
Over the summer, anonymous accounts with IP addresses traced to the U.S. House Of Representatives have been vandalizing Wikipedia pages. Apparently this has been an issue for a while, according to this statement from Wikipedia itself on the subject in 2009. It’s reached a point where Wikipedia once again had to block Cogressional IPs from posting.
This in and of itself is so Crazytown it’s singing awful rap metal about butterflies, but it gets weirder.
See, most of the vandalism as of late has been regarding transgender related articles. And some of it sounds strangely… focused. Arguments about phrasing on articles about Chelsea Manning and Laverne Cox and the show Orange Is The New Black make sense because they are high-profile mainstream topics. But like, how many people that aren’t trans women or people that are deliberately antagonistic towards trans women even know what Camp Trans is? There was also some calculated attempts to insert misleading and false links between gender dysphoria and body dysmorphic disorder (a particular pet peeve of mine), insistence on referencing that godawful Gavin McInnes article everywhere, as well as complete gibberish about “species disorder” which is pretty much par for the course from the kind of folks that think Gender Hurts makes some good points.
transgenderism1No, it really doesn’t.
And yet it gets weirder.
The spree of vandalism came to a head with the anonymous Congressional staffer insisting they were there on “official business” of an unnamed Representative. They insisted the necessity of their mission to counter support for ENDA and rabid conspiracy theories about “the EU using neocolonialist methods to impose transgenderism on the nation of Georgia” (an obvious reference to response to a Georgia prison’s refusal of access of healthcare to a trans woman inmate). Thankfully they were finally just banned.
chocotaco2In the snarkiest fucking way possible.
But like, besides the “gender critical” stuff, the address contributed to all sorts of right-wing conspiracy crank stuff: Skull And Bones Society, Black Helicopters, UFO sightingsJFK assassination, Bohemian Grove, Alex Jones, David Icke, ad nauseum as well as absurd non-sequitor stuff about Bon Jovi and Choco Tacos. And like, I’m the last person to be all like “why are my tax dollars going to this”, but why exactly are my tax dollars going to this?
I mean shit, I can’t even log on Facebook at work without getting fired and some rabid conspiracy crank TERF hopped up on Choco Tacos thinks they can take over Wikipedia?

Board Games, MRAs, David Icke and the Transluminati.

26 Jan transluminati1
So in just a moment we will be discussing one of my favorite internet forum threads ever, but first lets talk about a terrible board game. Let’s take a moment to watch the corniest white people in the world play and pretend to enjoy it:

Basically, the whole point of Scruples is to out your friends as the morally-inferior weaselly dirtbags they are. You have cards with moral dilemmas and a card with a yes, no, or maybe response. You pick the friend that is most likely to give the reply on your card. So… which one of your friends is most likely to pick up a lost wallet and not try to find the owner? Which one takes the money from the Nielson people without filling out the survey?
How much fun does that sound? None?
So it turns out that the creator of said game, Henry Makow, is a hardcore homophobic, anti-Semitic men’s rights activist conspiracy theorist, and boy is he way out there.  The logic of his now defunct “Save The Males” MRA site goes something like this:  1) Gay men have sex with each other because they hate women 2) Feminists hate men and want to destroy them all 3) Since both hate heterosexuality (naturally), they’ve joined forces to create porn to poison the spirits of manly men. And you can bet your sweet bippie that he has some rambling jackass opinion on where trans women use the restroom.
transluminati2That fedora is permanently attached to his head.
Of course this all makes sense because the Illuminati.
Which brings us to this amazing 380 post thread from the David Icke forums on Freemasonry’s Hidden Transgender Agenda. Only four posts in folks are claiming the Illuminati’s ultimate goal is “ to confuse humanity and subject them to a transgender master race” which frankly would be AWESOME (sorry cis folks).
Further highlights:
The bombing of Hiroshima was part of the Trans-Gay Agenda because Enola is Alone spelled backwards and the names of the bombs imply a pregnant man.
A reminder to myself to struggle through this dreadfully boring video to see if there’s anything that would make cool samples:

Trans women are a part of a Jewish Conspiracy to make cishet white dudes confused and feel guilty.
Obligatory Holocaust Denier post because this is the David Icke forums.
The truth behind Barack Obama’s birth certificate is that he was born a woman.
So like, I’m a transsexual/transgender whatever and I find this whole speech laughable. Fuck your right-wing HBS BS.
Seriously, trans separatists are just so fucking awful.
…they want you to mate with negroes and produce hybrid slaves for the Jews
The Illuminati are known masters of forum thread-jacking.
Apart from false-flag 9-11, nothing better demonstrates society Illuminati subversion than their attempt to make us behave like homosexuals.”
Biochemically engineered gay and trans folks to dilute real men for the Androgeny Agenda.
Okay this person GETS IT.
Obligatory post of someone doing a Google Image Search for “Gay Pride” to make some stupid point (surprised it took this long to show up).
The “gay voice” is created from too much TV and microchips.
Gay jeans and CIA planted counterfeit lesbians.
“Conspiracy nuts” is a slur.
A symbolic deconstruction of the Michael Jackson album Dangerous for some reason.
And then, sadly, the thread drifts off and ends.

This Website Is Called Total Fascism. Where Do I Even Start.

23 Jan totalfascism
(Trigger Warning: Neo-Nazi fuckery all over the place).
So earlier this week some friends/fellow members of the elite race traitor Transqueerluminati were discussing far right wing sites and bloggers that drift so far out that they’re almost funny (when you desperately try to forget the truly awful people that agree with them).
At one point someone mentioned a gathering where someone had done an absurd dramatic reading of this piece of happy horseshit, I mean critique of anarcho-capitalism. Now, I’m no fan of anarcho-capitalism (or capitalism) or Ayn Rand or objectivism by even the remotest stretch of the imagination, but nowhere in my critique would you find me accusing it of being a “Jewish Conspiracy” (which I’ll go into more detail momentarily).
Most laughably, he claims AnCaps are universally pro LGBT rights (has he even MET any AnCaps? Jesus fuck.)
freedomLemme just break this whole image down; one that is unsurprisingly similar to image diptychs you’ll see all across the social conservative spectrum.  On the surface it’s a pretty typical social conservative “I did a Google Image Search for ‘gay pride’ to distinguish from socially respectable people”  piece of tired-ass crap. They dig up a picture of a colorful (usually DMAB) person and hold it in everyone’s faces all like THIS IS WHAT YOU SUPPORT THIS IS THE FUTURE BE TERRIFIED. And anyone with any sort of sense is like… what? That’s not scary at all, that person seems fun and probably takes themselves a lot less seriously than you do, grow the fuck up. Frankly I find the creepy Teutonic sepia-tone pic of the homogenized milk-white family shadowed with their patriarchal Reichsadler Eagle overlord way the fuck more terrifying.
totalfascism4Seriously, this website is stocked with paintings of hideous dead-eyed Aryans.
You may notice for this article I’m gonna be focusing more on the dude’s homophobia than his racism. Mostly because the dude is Neo-Nazi trash, of fucking course he’s racist. There really isn’t anything in particular to point out and deconstruct, the whole site is operated on the assumption that everyone is at least as racist as he is. What is there to deconstruct about a dude that can say with no sense of irony that comparing POC to monkeys is a perfectly reasonable conclusion and seems surprised it is controversial.
That said, from here on out whenever a white person makes up an imaginary African name and pretends to speak in AAVE, or whenever I hear a white person dismiss cultural appropriation, this article is what will immediately come to mind.
But then, whenever I see someone argue that parents being supportive of their trans* children is abuse, I’ll be thinking of this article. TERFs, MRAs, religious right, Nazi assclowns, it’s all the exact same white heteronormative patriarchy to me.
And like, sure people like this dude think everything is a “Jewish Conspiracy”, but this dude think’s EVERYTHING is a “Jewish Conspiracy”. He thinks feminism is a Jewish Conspiracy. He thinks transgender kids are a Jewish Conspiracy. He thinks criticism of gay conversion therapy is a Jewish ConspiracyHe thinks cursing is a Jewish Conspiracy. He even thinks Alex Jones is a Jewish Conspiracy.
Ah, I guess obesity is also a “Jewish Conspiracy” too. He also uses the phrase “emotion-based” so often on his site I’m pretty sure he believes emotions are a “Jewish Conspiracy” as well.
And like, I personally think Alex Jones is a joke and have no qualms mocking him and his fans relentlessly. But when I hear a Neo-Nazi sob incoherently about how hurt he is by Jones saying mean things about Hitler, I’m like “Fuck. Yes.”.
Because Nazis and other anti-semites are barely human trash and I want them to cry more.


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Marvel’s Netflix series, which starts streaming Friday, is miles away from its failed predecessor—and filled with the grittiness of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy.
Daredevil, the 13-episode Netflix series that brings the famed “Man with No Fear” to the small screen, is a gritty superhero drama that takes a far darker tone than its Marvel predecessors—and, for that matter, Ben Affleck’s 2003 flop. Set in perpetual gloom and awash in bloody violence, it’s a sharp departure from the colorful, jokey Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor films, as well as the ABC hit Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. That isn’t, however, to say Daredevil is unique, since in a twist fit for a comic book, Marvel’s latest does something unexpected—it channels the spirit of its competitor’s most famous property.
I’m referring to DC’s Batman, specifically to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy, whose influence seeps into just about every corner of the new Daredevil. In a sense, the similarity between the two is no surprise, as blind lawyer-turned-crime fighter Matt Murdock has long been likened to Bruce Wayne’s cowled do-gooder. The two share a fondness for broodingly (if not angrily) doling out vigilante justice under the cover of night in gutters and back alleys. And Frank Miller, who was responsible for Daredevil’s definitive comic book run in the early ’80s, also wrote perhaps the most revered Batman series ever, 1986’s The Dark Knight Returns. Miller’s work on the respective characters turned them into something like kindred spirits: driven by duty and rage, and wielding their fists as well as their cunning, to serve as nocturnal protectors of their city’s inhabitants. Both strengthened and hampered by their twisted pasts and impulses, they’re heroes on the verge of becoming antiheroes.

VINCENT D'ONOFRIO as WILSON FISK in the Netflix Original Series “Marvel’s Daredevil” 
Photo: Barry Wetcher
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Factor in that both Batman and Daredevil bear lingering scars from their parents’ deaths and it’s not hard to see why the new series is closer in spirit to Nolan’s movies than to its Marvel brethren. By adopting that bleaker mood, Daredevil showrunner Steven S. DeKnight, who replaced Drew Goddard shortly after production began, has found a way to inject some diversity into Marvel’s ever-expanding roster.
But DeKnight still makes sure to integrate the program into the fabric of what is quickly becoming one gigantic, connected TV-film universe. The show is set in a Hell’s Kitchen rebuilding itself after the chaotic destruction of The Avengers, whose finale is obliquely—or, for anyone in the know, quite clearly—referred to at regular intervals. The Midtown Manhattan of Daredevil is all grimy streets, barren offices, sparsely decorated apartments, and rainy alleyways. In this jet-black environment, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) and his wisecracking, self-deprecating partner and best friend, Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson), set out to make a difference by starting their own law firm. Unbeknownst to Foggy, however, Murdock balances his courtroom crime fighting with after-hours ass-kicking as Daredevil, wearing a cloth mask pulled down over his eyes and using his extraordinarily heightened other senses, which were altered by radioactive material in the same childhood accident that cost him his sight.
Murdock’s preliminary targets are some human-trafficking scumbags but soon come to include Russian gangsters affiliated with underworld boss Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio), who’s so intimidating that even his minions don’t refer to him by name, much less his other moniker, Kingpin. As embodied by D’Onofrio with a tremulousness that can suddenly give way to vicious cruelty, Fisk is a socially uncomfortable monster, an ambitious businessman struggling to suppress his more violent urges. As such, he’s the shadowy twin of Murdock. In the premiere, Murdock tells a priest during confession—Daredevil being a character, and series, steeped in issues of Catholic guilt, duty, and redemption—that his boxer dad, when trapped in a corner, would unleash an unholy fury. And later, he admits to his personal nurse and potential love interest Claire (Rosario Dawson) that he hurts bad guys because he likes it.
When Daredevil takes on his enemies, he does so using a variety of punches and flip-kicks that resound with a crunching force. Anything but polished, his skirmishes feel brutal.
Claire refuses to believe that Murdock is merely a sadist looking for some thug-bashing thrills, and Cox’s sturdy headlining turn makes plain that, deep down, she’s right. Nonetheless, Daredevil consistently, and shrewdly, keeps its protagonist walking a tightrope between nobility and savagery. The notion that Murdock might go too far fills his story with constant tension, in addition to giving the show’s fight sequences a raw energy most big-screen Marvel adventures lack. When Daredevil takes on his enemies, he does so using a variety of punches and flip-kicks that resound with a crunching force. Anything but polished, his skirmishes feel brutal, never more so than during the climactic scene of the second episode (“Cut Man”), in which Daredevil, to rescue a kidnapped young boy, lays siege to an apartment full of armed men, the camera rarely cutting away as he pummels his way through one adversary after another, taking a severe beating in the process.
Daredevil’s first five episodes, which were all the press was provided before Friday’s full-season debut, nicely establish Murdock’s duality, his rapport with Foggy, the integration of secretary Karen Page (True Blood’s Deborah Ann Woll) into Murdock and Foggy’s practice. The episodes also fill in the overarching scheme of Fisk, who plans to use his contracting industry ties to rebuild—and thus reshape, for his benefit—the Avengers-decimated city. Some of the show’s episode-by-episode plot threads do come across as perfunctory filler. And Daredevil has a tendency to stretch out its conversational scenes to the point of enervation, especially with regard to Fisk’s attempts to romance an art gallery owner (played by Man of Steel’s Ayelet Zurer). However, the show makes up for those missteps with its clear and compelling voice, which interjects a welcome dose of bruised-and-bloodied malice to the sometimes too-cartoony Marvel universe.
More promising still, Daredevil is a confident show with a solid foundation on which it can build. And Marvel will reap the benefits, since the studio plans to use Daredevil as the first step—to be followed by Netflix series about Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage—on a path to a small-screen Avengers-style team-up spectacular called The Defenders. Which ultimately means that, as entertaining as it is, Daredevil is merely a promising prelude of things to come.

U.S. television personality Kim Kardashian (C) and her sister Khloe Kardashian attend a flower laying ceremony at the Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial Museum in Yerevan April 10, 2015. Kim Kardashian, visiting her ancestors' homeland of Armenia, placed flowers on Friday at a memorial to the 1915 mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman soldiers. REUTERS/Hayk Baghdasaryan/Photolure TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTR4WUQ5

On a Mission

04.13.156:30 PM ET

The Kardashians Take Jerusalem

With its 100th anniversary later this month, both Pope Francis and Kim Kardashian have memorialized the Armenian Genocide. Is anyone watching?
When Pope Francis and Kim Kardashian agree with each other, you know something is up.
Well, that’s what happened this week: the pontiff doubled down on his statement that the Ottoman Turks’ 1915 massacres of 1.5 million Armenians was a genocide—calling it the “first genocide of the 20th century”—and Kim and Khloe Kardashian, together with Kim’s husband Kanye West, visited a memorial to the massacre in the Armenian capital of Yerevan. They all then met with Armenia’s prime minister.
Will 2015, the centenary of the massacres, be the year when the Armenian Genocide finally becomes openly acknowledged by the world? It is telling that Pope Francis, who often acts like the conscience of the West, and Kardashian, who often acts like its libido, both cast a bright light on this dark period of history.
Interestingly, shortly after their visit to Yerevan, Kimye made their way to Jerusalem, where they had their daughter North baptized at a twelfth century Armenian church. As such, the high-profile pilgrimage—political and religious at once—would be a kind of “coming out” for the whole Kardashian clan.
The Kardashians have never hidden their Armenian ancestry, of course. It’s right there in their distinctive last name. But they’ve not exactly been Armenian activists either, and this is the daughters’ first-ever trip to Armenia.
In fairness, the Kardashians are not exactly immigrants: their father was a third-generation American. But they are uniquely 21st century American celebrities: their mother may have married a white star athlete, but Kim married an outspoken hip-hop artist. The Kardashians themselves are white, but as one sociologist has remarked about American Jews, they are “off white.” As with other ethnic groups who choose to pass as white or not, the question is how “Other” they want to present themselves.
“The same sight met our view on every side; a man lying, his breast pierced by a bullet; a woman torn open by lead; a child sleeping his last sleep beside his mother.”
To be sure, the crowds that mobbed the Kardashians in Armenia and Jerusalem seemed more interested in celebrity-spotting than in calling attention to genocide and the nuances of multiculturalism.
But who cares? Celebrity culture being what it is, it’s possible that Kim and Khloe’s visit to Yerevan made more people aware of the Armenian Genocide than any single act in the century since it took place.
Interestingly, the Kardashians are not the only Armenian celebrities to recently take up the cause. Actor and writer Eric Bogosian—a beloved New York monologist best known to the wider public from roles in “Law and Order” and Under Siege 2—has just published a new, nonfiction account of a plot to exact revenge against those responsible for the genocide. Obviously, Bogosian has nowhere near the star wattage of a single Kardashian, but the attention is striking nonetheless.
Add to these celebrity efforts the remarkable long-form New Yorker piece by Raffi Khatchadourian, which, at 14,000 words, is somewhere between an article and novella.
It’s possible that this unprecedented level of attention will increase in the coming days. The official day for recognizing the genocide’s hundredth anniversary is April 24th. The United States has long tried to have it both ways, reassuring Turkey while making ambiguous public comments about the massacres. But with Samantha Power—who wrote a 2002 book on the subject—now a U.N. Ambassador and trusted confidante of a lame-duck president, perhaps the Obama administration will join the chorus.
There is little dispute, among non-Turkish scholars anyway, that what Armenians call Medz Yeghern—the Great Crime—was what we would today call a genocide, replete with incitements from officials that Christians do not belong in Turkey, mass roundups and executions, even concentration camps.
As Khatchadourian observed in his article, our knowledge of the exact details remains hindered by Turkey’s refusal to open its archives to scholars. There had been anti-Christian violence before, but in the wake of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the First World War, heavy losses on the Russian Front, and the ascendancy of the Young Turks and their “Turkish” identity politics, the stars aligned. On April 24, 1915, two-hundred Armenian intellectuals were rounded up and killed.
The gruesome mechanisms of genocide followed in short order: deportations, camps, executions. Astonishingly, thousands of Armenians were literally sent down the Tigris River on rafts. Others were expelled to Syria. Others were massacred. In a book quoted by Khatchadourian, one survivor wrote, “The same sight met our view on every side; a man lying, his breast pierced by a bullet; a woman torn open by lead; a child sleeping his last sleep beside his mother; a girl in the flower of her age, in a posture which told its own story. Such was our journey until we arrived at a canal, called Kara PounĂ¢r, near Diyarbakir, and here we found a change in the method of murder and savagery. We saw here bodies burned to ashes.”
Will attention from the Pope and the Kardashians bring these century-old atrocities to light?
For its part, Turkey has hewed closely to its decades-old script, denouncing the pope’s statement as “far from historic and legal truths.” Unlike in Germany, where Holocaust denial is a crime, in Turkey, Genocide denial is official policy. Prime Minister Recip Erdogan has acknowledged that Armenians suffered, but only “just like every other citizen of the Ottoman empire.” He has denied that Turkey has any responsibility to apologize.
Turkey can argue with the Pope, but it may have more trouble arguing with the leading stars of reality television. If the Kardashians are serious about making the memory of the Armenian Genocide part of their “brand,” they could become the most powerful spokespeople in the world for an under-remembered tragedy in which a million of their people were murdered.

03 Nov 2005, Berlin, Germany --- 55-year-old mother Annegret Raunigk poses with her daughter Lelia on the 3rd of November in 2005. It is her 13th child and was fathered and born naturally, but unexpectedly. --- Image by © Patrick Lux/dpa/Corbis
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Mazel tov

04.13.155:40 PM ET

65 Years Old and Pregnant With Quads

Annegret Raunigk will become the oldest mother of quadruplets ever when the children are born this summer. She already has 13 children and seven grandchildren.
Annegret Raunigk is 65 years old and pregnant with quadruplets, according to German publication Bild.
If all goes well during the pregnancy, Raunigk will become the oldest mother of quadruplets ever when the children are born this summer.
“After the doctor discovered there were four, I had to give it some thought to begin with,” Raunigk is quoted saying in Bild.
Raunigk already has 13 children, which range from 44 years old to nine, and seven grandchildren. She decided to attempt artificial insemination after her nine year-old daughter wanted a sibling, according to Germany’s broadcast channel RTL.
Also according to RTL, Raunigk has been going through in vitro fertilization treatments for the past year and a half. The network hopes to follow her through the pregnancy plans to air an interview with her Monday night.
This not Raunigk’s first time in the spotlight. She made headlines at age 55 for the pregnancy of her 13th child.
“At first, I only wanted one child. Not all were planned. But then things happen. I'm not a planner but rather spontaneous. And children keep me young,” Bild quoted Raugnik saying.
Though the average age for menopause is 51, women having children over the age of 50 have become more common over time. In 2013, about 13 children a week were born to women over 50. The oldest woman to ever give birth is Rajo Devi Lohan of India who was 69 at the time of her daughter’s birth. Her pregnancy, like Raunigk’s, was made possible through in vitro fertilization.
According to a study by Columbia University Medical Center, there are some risks with having children over the age of 50 with invitro fertilization. They found that the rate Caesarean delivery is high after the age of 50, and those mothers are also at a high risk for maternal complications such as hypertensive disorders. However, they found that the results were similar to those of their control group of women ages 42 and younger.
So far Raugnik’s pregnancy has not had any issues, and she hopes to remain fit and healthy.