Thursday, March 10, 2016

Another Weaponized Quibcag

There are a lot of empty phrases that have no actual meaning, but which are very popular among Social Justice Warriors. They use such phrases as though they do have meaning, and as though they somehow constitute a valid argument. You know, phrases like "There's no such thing as race." One that's been popping up a lot lately, designed to be an argument in favor of illegal immigrants is, "He just wants to make a better life for himself and his family."  So, here's a weaponized quibcag that you can upload whenever you encounter that vapid phrase on the net. It might at least call attention to the silliness of the phrase. The illustration is Yuki Nagato of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu).

1 comment:

  1. Yeah, why is it that a Mexican can have "a better life" in Mexico than in racist ole America anyway? Until we are willing to tell the truth on this issue we are going nowhere.

    Mexico is a mestizo country run by a mostly-white Spanish elite for said elite's own benefit. Labor unless it has a specific and greatly demanded skill has very low value. (Ferrari mechanics in the Federal District probably do okay.) There is no infrastructure and if someone starts a business that starts making money they will pay out most of it in bribes or they will have it confiscated.

    If we import a lot of Mexicans into America, we will become a lot more like Mexico. Is that not obvious? Mexicans will behave like they do in Mexico, and we will become more corrupt, more socialist, less competent and less able to get anything done.