1. metronews.ca/news/world/949323/hundreds-of-anne-frank-books-vandalized-in-tokyo-libraries/




    Urawa, of Japan


    "Look at those Neo Nazi Whi-. Oh wait. They’re Japanese. It’s their homeland, they can do what they want." - left-wingers.

    Europe needs to learn from Japan.

    (via proudeuropeanman)

  2. Actually, I’m thinking it’s more closely related to race than anything else.

    (via somedayimgonna)

  3. Well this is interesting.

    (Source: nationalist9001, via machiavelliwasright)

  5. (Source: genopp, via politicsandtea)

  6. Rape is fine. But racism? Now that’s just going too far.

    (Source: hopelessfrustration, via european-traditionalist)


  7. Anonymous asked: correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't this blog dedicated to calling mean cis people out? :) i'm just pretty confused, because i don't really see this as a) intelligent decision as your calling out is mostly hate, which i don't support in any way. why respond to hate with hate? how does that make any sense? :D, b) why can't we just call mean and ignorant people out? i think your gender identity, sexuality etc. really doesn't really matter, just the attitude towards other people. we're all humans xx


    Edward in the sunlight was shocking. I couldn’t get used to it, though I’d been staring at him all afternoon. His skin, white despite the faint flush from yesterday’s hunting trip, literally sparkled, like thousands of tiny diamonds were embedded in the surface.

    A perfectly friendly anon asks cishits the average liberal a reasonable question in as friendly a manner as you will ever hear a question be asked, making good points while doing so, and cishits can’t come up with an intelligent answer and so resorts to quoting from Twilight. It’s like when your magic trick fails and you’re left standing there like an idiot, and then you point in one direction and say, “Hey, what’s that over there!” and run offstage.


  8. What Christ Did (and Obama Didn’t)

    It is Good Friday as I write this, the day Jesus Christ was a little too faithful in His re-enactment of that Mel Gibson movie.

    Almost 2000 years ago today, Jesus was mocked, ridiculed, and derided. Had he been a Leftist, this alone would have been enough to make him cry. That’s how you know He wasn’t a Leftist—if he were, the moment the people started making fun of Him He would have said to God, “I give up! Just take me now!”

    But no, He accepted it. Beyond the insults, of course, and incomparably worse, there was the torture in a variety of violent, bloody ways that left him disfigured and no longer looking like a man.

    He still endured and allowed himself to be nailed alive to a piece of wood, bleeding out for three hours before eventually asphyxiating to death.

    He knew that what He was doing was right, and, more importantly to Him, He knew that through God’s grace, His suffering and death would prevent those who accepted him from having to undergo the same fate as Him in the afterlife.

    Such self-sacrifice as this is pure love, and what Jesus did was pure self-sacrifice. All sin must be accounted for, and Jesus stepped in for His believers’ sake to suffer that accounting for us.

    President Obama, who was equally crucified and resurrected (just ask a fake reverend), once defined sin as being out of alignment with his own values, not those of the God he professes to believe in. And to think, Jesus died for this man as well!

    Even if Jesus were just some crazy man who was willing to suffer and die because He had the illusion that it would save us, how could atheists not respect Him and appreciate such an act of pure love?

    As a bonus, here’s a video of Obama scoffing at the Bible—you know, to make sure nobody could ever mistake him for a Christian.

  9. (Source: cultureshift)

  10. by-grace-of-god:

    Quotes taken from "Don’t Judge Me": Where We Went Wrong — Daniel Paris

    (via sermo-lupi)


  11. "Disorder in society is the result of disorder in the family."
    — St. Angela Merici (via misskiss-kissbang)

    (Source: peterapostle, via sermo-lupi)

  12. yourpoliticsarestupid:




    like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

    this isnt even an exaggeration 

    like at all

    Well then hello. I work two min. Wage jobs and I am against the increase because I know basic economics.

    Liberals and economic understanding are necessarily opposites.

    Also notice how the two liberals talk: “Like how much more obvious…?” “Like at all.” They’re all clones of each other, and idiotic clones at that.

    (Source: america-wakiewakie, via southernrepublicangirl)


  13. Black people are kind of silly




    white people willingly refrain from throwing around ‘voldemort’ but start a earthquake when they’re told ‘n-gga’ isn’t for them

    White people won’t say Beetlejuice 3 times but say “nigga” like it ain’t nothing

    White people scared to say Bloody Mary, but will look at a black person with no fear and say nigga

    Black people believe that white characters in movies are real.

    (via fyeahcracker)

  14. archmasterjazzy:




    Trvililisation of rape culture at its finest

    This is a PSA that women are too fragile and hysterical to handle a different opinion to their own, and you MUST just coddle them like overemotional toddlers that might throw a tantrum if not humoured

    I swear, I just love it when 21st Century Feminists in Murrica have the same opinion of women as your average upper class Victorian gentleman 

    That’s what bothers me as well.

    I am not some hapless Victorian biddy. I’d much prefer a harsh truth to a lie designed to protect the “fragile female brain” the Victorians and third wavers claim women have.

    It’s extremely insulting to women And enforces the stereotype that women are weak and overemotional

    Now you see why I left. Feminism is becoming, ironically, misogynistic. 

    Plot twist: “Strong, independent women” are actually weak and pathetic.

    (via southernrepublicangirl)


  15. How I respond to asks

    I’m trying to be more loving in my responses to people on Tumblr. People who send me messages may be vicious and they may be unworthy of respect, but I was unworthy to be saved by Jesus Christ’s death and He did it for me anyway. So why shouldn’t I try to show them love? It’s difficult to love people who want you to die, but I can try. Back on my other blog, when I was L*ftyBeg*n* (censored for reasons), I got lots of positive messages telling me they loved my responses to liberals, how sarcastic and witty and awesome (toot-toot) they were. That only encouraged me to keep doing it. I loved that praise. So it’s especially difficult for me now to stop responding to abrasive people with equal abrasion and sarcasm. I’m prideful like that, which isn’t good. But I can still try being…softer, I suppose, is the word. I wish they’d make it easier for me, though, and not message me in hysterics and death wishes.