First of all, Jeremy Lam is appropriating Chinese culture by implying all Chinese can be represented by one Chinese man and cyber bully, and that they are enamored of the victim-hood mentality to the ridiculous extent he is. This man actually feels victimized by a white girl honoring the Chinese culture by wearing a prom dress celebrating it! Second of all, you’re projecting your own appropriation of your culture on to an innocent party. Please stop, Jeremy.
“He [L. Ron Hubbard] got hold of the book by Alistair Crowley called The Book of the Law. He was very interested in…the creation of what some people call the Moon Child. It was basically an attempt to create an immaculate conception– except by Satan rather than by God. Another important idea was the creation of what they call embryo implants –of getting a satanic or demonic spirit to inhabit the body of a fetus. This would come about as a result of black-magic rituals, which included the use of hypnosis, drugs, and other dangerous and destructive practices. One of the important things was to destroy the evidence if you failed at this immaculate conception. That’s how my father became obsessed with abortions.” […]
“I know, I helped create ISIS to topple Assad and bring down Iran. I’m tired of people saying I am senile, it is not fair. Do I sound ill to you? Not even my doctor questions my ability to eat my bicycles. You are all a bunch of shoe boxes, you make me want to silverware. Fuckers.” […]
Group conformity experiments have long revealed it, but now science confirms a strong correlation between an over-use of the term “conspiracy theorist” and “neurotic, ignorant assholes.” Scientists at Stanford University noted that:
“We’ve found most people don’t live in a binary world so when someone mocks your capacity for critical thinking, it’s not a plus for the antagonizing speaker or writer. Why we find neurosis is because core elements in this behavior are distress and anxiety. Most people don’t need their personal reality seconded, or usually humored, by everyone they see.” […]