3 September, 2021

Fat-Shaming, or, Heading Towards a Society With No Standards

Posted by Socrates in "liberation" movements led by Jews, egalitarianism, equality, equalocracy, fast food, fat acceptance movement, human equality, jewed culture, jewed media, jewed politics, New Left, New World Order at 3:21 pm | Permanent Link

Fat, skinny, what’s the diff? Always early, always late, what’s the diff? Clean, dirty, what’s the diff? Winner, loser, what’s the diff?

Well, there’s plenty of diff, as normal people know! (Trivia: today, constantly being early for appointments is called “being a nerd” — i.e., it’s a “bad” thing, it’s a “White” thing, it’s so 1950s! It’s so White Privilege! How dare White people be punctual! That’s racism. It embarrasses late Black people, who must ride buses, walk, etc. to appointments).

And “fat-shaming”? Hey, now, if a 500-pound land whale wants to load up her shopping cart with 76 boxes of donuts and 63 bottles of soda pop (I’ve actually seen this!) then she has every right to do that! And she’s not “fat” either! She’s “plus-sized”…okay, plus-plus-plus sized, but what’s the diff? Right?? No??? Oh. Okay, then [1].

The (((culture police))) must abolish all standards because standards = discrimination, i.e., you are being a “discriminating person” when you employ standards. Some standards are higher and some standards are lower. Whites have higher standards than Blacks, for example. This attempted abolishing of standards is a type of Cultural Marxism: it furthers the idea of “human equality.” How can one person be “better” than another person when there are no standards to measure them by, e.g., in achievement, in behavior/habit, in appearance, etc.? When there are no standards, society is “leveled” and equalized.



[1] “During the early part of the 20th century, obesity was seen as detrimental to the community, via decreasing human efficiency, and that obese people interfere with labor productivity in the coastal areas of the United States. This kind of political climate was the background of the fat acceptance movement, which originated in the late 1960s.” — Wikipedia, Sep. 2021. It must be just a Cohencidence that every “liberation” movement began in the 1960s.

  • One Response to “Fat-Shaming, or, Heading Towards a Society With No Standards”

    1. Adolf Neo is the One Says:

      The egalitarian survival instinct turned off unity utopia taken to its “logical” end.
      Look for perverse depravity to be accepted as normal with bestiality and pederast freaks coming forward to demand muh rights.

      One must make one’s self superior to humanity, in power, in loftiness of soul, in contempt.

      Friedrich W. Nietzsche