Stating The Obvious 0378 – Emotional Manipulation Episode I: She Loves All Men and All Men Are Broken.
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I got off to a slow start on this episode.
In this episode:
When you hire women because they are women you get incompetence.
Trump is not the Messiah.
Yes. All politicians are like that.
A post at Return of Kings reads exactly like something written by a SJW.
Fortunately, conservatives like Leitch speak truth to power and demonstrate a level of impartiality to their social policy prescriptions liberals seem incapable of doing. The United States has saved its socio-economic future by electing an anti-globalist businessman. I stood by on November 8th, rooting northward for my fellow nationalists southward. I implore you, dear reader, to do the same for us. Leitch has already been called “Canada’s Trump”—she believes in self-defense and nationalism.
Canada’s next election is in 2019. Abandon your egos, friends, and tweet to the stars: “Kellie Leitch 2019 – #TheRealImWithHer”. Share articles. Send out a signal. If the aforementioned insanity of Canada’s Liberals over self-defense does not inspire you, I simply do not know what will.
Yes. All statists are like that.
“Hoping” is not a process.
Calling people “racist” and “hate” is nothing more than manipulation.
Emotional manipulation at it’s finest. Remember the blog post I read in Stating The Obvious 0375? I get around to doing a more intelligent analysis of it.
When doing so what do we find?
- Nebulous words.
- Admissions of inferiority.
- Emotional manipulation.
Everything one expects from a woman.
The ROK post is a typical example of the bastardization of the English language through management-speak. It is ironic that the writer crows his support for Trump by using the same language that Trump’s republican opponents for the nomination used to their collective failure.
Good point. Management-speak is taking over. It’s the art of saying words without conveying meaning. The whole “tweet this hashtag” part is what pushed me over the edge enough that I had to make fun of it.