Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Picking on Greeks Will Be the New Racism

I predict (as leftists are predictable) that they will claim picking on Greece and Greeks is "racist."  They will do this because it will divert and deflect all legitimate attacks against this nation's parasitism into one of "you hate Greeks," further hiding their ideology's spectacular economic failure (socialism) and allowing them to keep their pride (no matter how mentally-acrobaticy they had to be to have any pride in parasitism). 

This now presents all self-respecting westerners the opportunity to nip this in the bud and prevent the left from creating another entire new "victim class."  Thus we have an option.  We can say,

"No, no, this is NOT racism.  We are justifiably picking on a stupid and idiotic people who voted in the world's most evil and worst political party, not to mention shaming deadbeats and parasites who simply refuse to pay back what they borrowed.  You will not turn this into a debate about race, which it isn't, as we have the self-respect to refuse to be hosts to another group of parasites."

Or we can fall for the ruse, abandon the argument against Greek socialist theft, and rush to

and plead for forgiveness

because we were accused of "racism."

Of course, I don't have a lot of faith in our guilt-laden-brainwashed westerners to grow a spine and tell the left to shove it when this accusation comes.  But in the meantime, here are some jokes that were originally Latvian in origin, that now apply to Greece.  Enjoy!


August said...

Maybe. But what I am wondering is where are those politicians that put Greece into that much debt in the first place? Are they still in Greece, where some vigilantes can get a hold of them, or are they hanging out in Germany?

And I wonder where our cretins are going to hang out when the full consequences of their retarded behavior comes to visit us.

One Fat Oz Guy said...

The hardest thing is convincing people who were handed very nice retirement packages at 50 years of age that they actually need to go back to work.
They brought this on themselves in so many ways, but the poor guy who was told he could retire at 50 and accepts it is no more guilty than the guy who accepts a free meal at a restaurant and, after eating it, is told to now pay.
We're all made promises by government, but had the Greek government done the unpopular thing before joining the Euro they'd probably be OK.
Truth is had they been truthful about their financial situation when they applied they probably would have been rejected.
Such is life.