When you see sites like The Mary Sue or the click-bait garbage fire that is BuzzFeed, you immediately realize that mocking their “articles” is a waste of time. Why? Because they are the lowest of the low-hanging fruit. It’s like attacking shockofgod or VenomFangX’s videos. We all know that they are trash. It’s not even fun to ridicule such bullshit. You feel like your time has been wasted and all you really got from the experience was older. Then you have what some people believe is the higher-hanging fruit. Kristi Winters challenged all non-sjws to go after the most rigid, academic sources and the most robust arguments that we could, in an effort to really grow as people. Well, I can’t do that, because the sources that are supposed to have credibility are dying out, fast. Which brings us to The Guardian.
Time was, this newspaper was regarded as an unbiased source, printing some of the most hard-hitting news, like when Edward Snowden went to them first to reveal the leaked info about the NSA. They used to be one of the few publications telling the truth about the quagmire wars in the Middle East, while the rest of the media was sucking George Bush’s cock. But those days are long gone. Now we have the new Guardian. This version is infested with sjws, and has them all writing articles, like this lovely tidbit. I’m going to share the title with you (the link to the article will be in the title), and you can judge if this has added any value to anything in modern cultural discourse based on that. You’re gonna love this.
If you heard that title and aren’t immediately inclined to smash your head into the nearest wall, I genuinely don’t know what’s wrong with you. This is what it’s come to. We’re talking about emojis now. Those stupid little things that people use the same way the Elcor do how they explain the emotion behind their statements to other species. These stupid little things are now being equated to somehow gloating about human suffering. Like you can’t be laughing so hard that you cry. Nope, that never happens. Instead, the article will go to all kinds of sjw logical leaps and bounds, like commenting on the Pepe frog, to make a contrived, bullshit point that this article is somehow indicative of people making light of human suffering. This is the shit that I see and I can’t help but think that there’s no hope for journalism. Because this is a mainstream publication putting this bullshit out. Not some rag that we expect it from. The Guardian is viewed as a respectable publication. They have won Pulitzer’s, for fuck’s sake! Now it’s come to this?!
The cackling grin and tears of mirth are the mockers’ attempt to tell us that, in a world full of human suffering, their brand of callous disregard is winning
What the fuck does that even mean?! Winning? At what?! At not being as tinfoil hat-conspiracy nuts as you? If so, then oh yeah, I won. I won hard at that. Because I don’t see “oppression” and “privilege” and all BS terms that you have everywhere. I see the world not in black and white, but shades of grey. I see nuance everywhere, which is something that the woman who wrote this article (Abi Wilkinson) is incapable of doing. That sentence says nothing. Absolutely nothing. Is that what The Guardian is aspiring towards? Saying nothing? Well, they let Jessica Valenti post articles with them. So maybe.
I got my Bachelor’s in Journalism and Public Communication. I was raised believing that the Fourth Estate’s job was to be the vanguards of democracy. But that’s not what I see when I look at the news anymore. I see every left-leaning news outlet doing whatever they can to tear Trump apart. I see endless articles about white nationalists everywhere, as if they are the biggest threat in the universe right now. Even though the last white nationalist gathering had 200 people at it. To contrast, the last brony convention had 7,000 people attending. Had they wanted to, those 7,000 bronies could have easily gone over to the white nationalist gathering and beaten the shit out of them. There are more bronies than white nationalists. That’s how seriously I take the “neo-Nazi” rise under President-elect Trump. It’s a non-issue. I wonder how many articles The Guardian has published about the “alt-right” and “neo-nazis.” Take a look for yourselves. Any publication with ANY credibility should see all this bullshit for the gross hyperbole it is. But that seems to be too much for the poncy British assholes who write for this publication.
The sad reality is that journalism is dead. The Fourth Estate is crumbling before my eyes, and the Fifth Estate “journalism” is a bad joke. The punch line being that they so often report such sanctimonious garbage that anyone who can take them seriously anymore is a fucking retard. And I’m done commenting about things that The Guardian has written. They have officially become too low-hanging fruit to go after. If Jessica Valenti’s contrasting articles about how men are too forward and she’s offended, and how men are too submissive and she misses when men weren’t so submissive (that woman’s lack of self-awareness is awe-inspiring) didn’t clue you in, perhaps this latest bit of intellectual diarrhea will. We’re talking about fucking emojis now. That’s the best that these British fucks can do. And they make fun of Americans…why, again?
Until next time, a quote,
“For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.” – H.L. Mencken