This Is The Future Liberals Want

This scene on a New York City subway became a viral /pol/ meme:

“When Sam Themer rode the subway dressed in drag last week—red wig, turquoise dress, face painted with make-up—he never considered that someone might photograph him as he commuted from Queens to a drag queen gig in Manhattan, sitting next to a woman wearing a niqab. …

A week later, it was appropriated by the alt-right for mockery and derision on 4chan’s “politically incorrect” /pol/ News Network message board, then tweeted by an account of the same name with the caption, “This is the future liberals want.” …

Until this week, Themer had never been targeted online, but nothing about the alt-right’s intolerance surprised him.

“On election night, I was sitting comfortably in a red, white, and blue pantsuit assuming Hillary [Clinton] was going to win,” he said, “but when that didn’t happen it really woke me up to the fact that all of this hatred exists throughout America.”

More surprising were the number of ordinary people who shamed the bigoted shamers. The alt-right meme of Themer was re-appropriated as a progressive rallying cry turned viral Twitter moment that was still trending on Friday afternoon. …”

According to The Daily Beast, it has been reappropriated “as a progressive rallying cry.” Progressives have embraced the image as an accurate representation of their ideal.

Why does this image strike such a chord? From an Alt-Right perspective, it is a drag queen seated next to a Muslim wearing a hijab. Both images are profoundly alien in their own way. The drag queen represents the degeneration of our traditional culture while the Muslim wearing the hijab represents its replacement by foreigners. The message is that liberalism is a cultural disease.

“This Is The Future Liberals Want” means liberalism destroys the social fabric. It makes us sick. We lack the will power to perpetuate our own existence. I haven’t seen this spelled out anywhere.

37 Comments

  1. Obviously the original poster was not being “bigoted”, but entirely factual, as evidenced by the appropriation of the image by “progressives” to be an accurate representation of their “rallying cry”.

  2. Interesting. That will make for an interesting story when he is asked:

    What did you do in the War, Daddy?

  3. “To be, in life, one must know from whom to segregate, otherwise, one will be usurpt.”

    This, I would say, is true, Junius.

  4. Why does this image strike such a chord? From an Alt-Right perspective, it is a drag queen seated next to a Muslim wearing a hijab. Both images are profoundly alien in their own way.

    Also, because it would be hard to find two worldviews so inherently opposed to each other as shitlib transgenderism and traditionalist Islam. Presenting these people as “natural allies” is applied insanity.

  5. Well, there’s that but also the shock and amazement that the transexual wasn’t beheaded.

    “Why does this image strike such a chord? From an Alt-Right perspective,
    it is a drag queen seated next to a Muslim wearing a hijab. Both images
    are profoundly alien in their own way. The drag queen represents the
    degeneration of our traditional culture while the Muslim wearing the
    hijab represents its replacement by foreigners. The message is that
    liberalism is a cultural disease.”

  6. You’re welcome, Junius. In fact, yes, this evening is for me a good one, as I hope it is for you, too.

  7. It’s great – my wife and I had our weekly date with each other, and it always sets me to right to spend my time listening to her voice and looking in her eyes.

    Good hickory-smoket Carolina barbecue and fried okra in the belly don’t hurt, neither.

    Thank you for your well wishes, My Friend.

  8. Hmm. Didn’t really have a chance to see the news today, but I imagine you refer to Trump’s “wiretap” allegation. After I read your note here, I looked at a few articles about it. Trump hasn’t yet presented any evidence, as far as I can tell.

  9. Good ppint, John; yet, as The Demonrats seem to need little or no evidence to bury him under a plethora of neverending allegations, designed to paralyze his administration, I’m not sure it is requisite.

    That said, this video would tend to suggest that the allegation is quite true…’

  10. Essentially, what President Obama, and assorted associates seem to have decided to do is bury the Trump Administration under a melifluous flurry of calumny, the subtext of which is that President Trump is a traitor to the ‘American’ People & Way.

    They’ve obviously considered this with great care, and, until President Trump either shames President Obama beyond all repair, puts him in jail, or kills him, there will be no end to it.

    President Obama, I’m afraid, will insist.

    That, in and of itself, is as engrossing as Watergate was.

    Yet, what is considerably more interesting is how this is going to play out with the broader publick.

    Will they accept the decision President Obama has made to overturn the presidential election of 2016, by specious means; or will they react unpredictably?

    Have good night, My Friend!

  11. The latest on tidbit on Trump, Nieto, the sneaky would-be dictator, President Obama, and the Deep State…

  12. The message is that liberalism is a cultural disease.

    “Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide.” – James Burnham

  13. This is so.

    It’s the old Trotskyite tactic of the Permanent Revolution. Keep everything in turmoil, whether via Arab Springs, coups in Kiev or violence in the streets of America. Then exploit the chaos to consolidate power. Rinse, repeat. Consider how the various “anti-racist” groups which perpetrate violence in the streets are carrying out the System’s program of civil rights.

    The Cold War was only half won. Communism might have been vanquished in the USSR, but it exploded in Western Europe and the USA.

    Time to recognize we are at war and smash marxism once and for all time.

  14. Thank you, John, for your reflective way of putting forth this interesting comment.

    The answer is yes ; President Trump is extremely worthy.

    Why, ask ye?

    Well, let’s back up : as you know, my premise is that we ought raise the Confederate flag, secede, and let the chips fall where they may.

    For this, I am often accused of lacking a certain finesse, and or subtlety, by my fellow Southerners – particularly by those who fancy the continuation of their pensions from the outfit at Pennsylvania Ave. Their idea, the majority of my fellow Southerners, is that we ought try to vote our way out of this mess.

    Thus, I have had to accede to their wishes and join in with the sending in of a proxy to do the fight.

    Initially, my favourite candidate was Ted Cruz, as was that of many Tarheels, not because I thought him entirely superior to Mr. Trump, but, because I had a hard time adjusting my notions of gentility with Mr. Trump’s approach.

    We Tarheels, in the primary season, were pretty much cut in half, on that score; yet, when it became clear that Cruz was finisht, I made my peace with Trump and came enthusiastically on board.

    How does Trump fit into Southern culture?

    On the surface, not at all, for, there, he is a Jewified WASP Manhatten shark. Below the surface, though, he is very similar to a certain type of man I know, in quite a few places in my state. He is the uneducated, rather uncouth successful businessman, with a heart of gold who, if you are nice to him, will go out of his way for you, and, if you are not, will go out of his way to cut you down – forever.

    In short, President Trump possesses a personality double of Nathan Bedford Forrest, in the early 1860s – the greatest of all generals on this continent, a ruthless, successful, thin-skinned, vain, combative, brilliantly intuitive, and possesst with a first rate combat judgement.

    And like Forrest, as Morgan Freeman has said – ‘Trump does not know losing, will not have it.’

    We need that kind of leader, John – someone who will wreck the Jew England Government and their system, or if, failing that, he will cut it down to size.

    We don’t need another Romney or Bush – such couth and inspiringly chivalrous gentleman who will basically continue the same policies that have brought us to the precipice of bankruptcy, cultural degeneracy and dissolution, and a looming civil war.

    That’s my thinking, on your question.

    Your thoughts?

  15. John, if I did not say this, let me say it now ; we need a president who is spoiling for a fight.

    Too few men are of this stripe, these days, and, if not the country as a whole, then, certainly North Carolina is suffering for it.

    Too many men, of our, and, even worse- the ensuing generations are too willing to be tactful, too willing to conform, too willing to live for self, to the exclusion of community.

    I won’t speak for your country, the north, but, speaking for us, The South, we desperately need those like Brad Griffin -men who are absolutely unwilling to let these gross abuses just slide off their backs.

    You and I were born into a time for getting high, a time for seduction, a time for material self-aggrandisement, but, that time is over.

    This time is a time of war, a time that will pored over by untold millions, coming, in the history books.

  16. As I was reading your reply, Junius, I was reminded of a friend of mine, who, I think, would say to me what you have said to me—though without the reference to Nathan Bedford Forrest. He is like you—and even like me, still, in a way—in that he loves Trump. During the Presidential campaign, the reaction of Mr. Wallace, our host here, at Occidental Dissent, passed as it were an electric current, through me and then onto my said friend. Maybe you can still remember those months before you yourself had warmed to Trump, when my arguments in his favor, here, did not undo your enthusiasm for Ted Cruz. At some point, you came fully into Trump’s party, so to speak, and you remain there, with Mr. Wallace, with my friend, and with countless others.

    Rather in the way that Nick Carraway sees what is great—and greatly to be loved—in Jay Gatsby, in the YouTube clip I included in my previous reply, you, along with Mr. Wallace, my friend, and countless others, see what is great in Trump; and you know—in the way that Nick Carraway knew—that it easily outweighs whatever in him leaves you with misgivings.

  17. Yes, John.

    I have remained ‘enthusiastick’ for Senator Cruz – because I hate big government; hate unconstitutionalism, though, all in all, I am come to think that Trump is the better man for this hour – precisely because he is so vituperative.

    Vituperation is the order of the day.

    Of course, as there were only two real candidates for North Carolinians, when one fell, it was time to join the rest supporting the other.

    It’s important to move as a community, it at all possible.

    I admire Mr. Trump very much, beyond all policy issues, because he won’t quit, won’t effect more than a tactical retreat. He’s manly and chieftain-like, and God, how badly we need that.

    Thank you for the video. It has occurred to me, owing to this last remark, what you meant by it.

  18. You’re welcome, Junius. Maybe the turmoil of this past month or so will eventually be seen as Trump’s adjusting to his new station.

  19. It’s going to be hard for him, John, for as you say ,’his adjusting’.

    That said, something else is going on here – a first in the history of the governing edifice of Washington D.C. and that is the very calculated and concerted efforts of one outgoing president to, not only sabotage the administration of one incoming, but, to nullify the recent election, as a whole.

  20. You must add he hedonistic aspect of cultural Marxism which is attractive. But Hedonism based on self-worship is not sustainable, because it does not work for the good of society. One aspect of Hedonism, is lack of self sacrifice to raise children. Hence generation cannot be replaced, and that sort of society is dying, rapidly replaced by Islamism which is rich in self sacrifice.

  21. You must add he hedonistic aspect of cultural Marxism which is attractive. But Hedonism based on self-worship is not sustainable, because it does not work for the good of society. One aspect of Hedonism, is lack of self-sacrifice to raise children. Hence generation cannot be replaced, and that sort of society is dying, rapidly replaced by Islamism which is rich in self-sacrifice.

  22. You must add the hedonistic aspect of cultural Marxism which is attractive. But Hedonism based on self-worship is not sustainable, because it does not work for the good of society. One aspect of Hedonism, is lack of self-sacrifice to raise children. Hence generation cannot be replaced, and that sort of society is dying, rapidly replaced by Islamism which is rich in self-sacrifice.

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