She’s retarded, guys. Don’t let child-soldier foreign girls with fetal alcohol syndrome shame you. She is being used as a human shield. If you feel bad for her then you are creating the demand for more human shields. The proper response is to mock and destroy the character of the human shield. Unless you do this there will be more and more human shields.
Don’t take advice from children
Don’t take advice from females
Don’t take advice from mentally challenged (aka retarded) humans
After designing this counter propaganda poster and making this statement on Instagram, I was permanently banned by the instagrabblers. My account was deleted, family photos and all. So be it. I knew it would happen sooner or later.
This is just an opportunity to further focus on more effective things that I’ve been stalling on anyway. I will be re-focusing on live-streaming the creation of my 3rd album on YouTube. As well as launching a new merch store featuring a slew of posters, shirts, stickers and counter-propaganda.
Conflict is the very air I breathe. Keep fighting the good fight, friends. And remember “the ride never ends”.
There are certain words and phrases that are sure to set off a Baby Boomer. The mention of the possibly fake moon landing is one of them.
Comedian, Owen Benjamin recently coined the term “Hoodily Daddle” in the past few months to refer to the moon in boomer-speak and it’s becoming a regular part of the vocabulary in society now. This video by Mountain Bear sums it up exactly. And it’s even earned a spot on urban dictionary in all of it’s various forms of spelling.
Vox Day has even gone on to facetiously ban the word on his live stream as it is too offensive to boomers, referring to it as simply “the H-word”.
I relate to this a lot. If anyone even says the word “moon” around my dad he spirals and it ruins his entire day. Not exaggerating. I don’t even have to say “fake moon landing” or “flat earth”. Just “moon”. That’s all it takes for him to fill with rage and walk away from a conversation shaking his head and cursing under his breath.
It’s really the only thing Boomers have left to hold onto, so I’m not going to deny him of it. I stay away from it as a subject. But it’s still hilarious. So as a giant troll to my dad and a nod to the comedy of Owen Benjamin, above is the ‘Hoodily Daddle’ poster I designed a couple weeks ago. I’ll have it up for sale soon on the new store.
It’s based on the great boomer Neil Young’s album cover from Harvest.
Above is a quick time lapse video of me designing the poster. The music is “Let It Bleed” by my good buddy James Cooke whose record I produced and released on my label Tremolo Records.