I think a lot of accusations about me are inaccurate, but to call me a xenophobe is an accurate criticism.
I was an anarchist punk, and I think, in many ways, I still am.
My goal is to show people that conservatives are funny. In fact, we're the rebels: we're 'Animal House.'
I'm becoming anti-Semitic.
I'm an Archie Bunker sexist.
Here in America, money is something everyone can have, and because Trump poured cement with blue collars when he was a young man, he knows the vernacular; he speaks that language. In fact, he was probably much more comfortable with them than he is with the aristocrats, who are his financial peers.
I love being white, and I think it's something to be very proud of. I don't want our culture diluted. We need to close the borders now and let everyone assimilate to a Western, white, English-speaking way of life.
There's parts of Sydney totally indistinguishable from West London. It's exactly the same - the sense of capitulation, discouraging assimilation.
I would think Australians would understand 'guy talk' better than most. Definitely better than Brits.
After being a born-again punk rocker for about ten years, the whole thing started falling apart. American hardcore had become Californians in baggy shorts making jokes about being white trash, and British punk had morphed into dogmatic crusties yelling at everyone about everything.
To be clear, all white nationalists/anti-Semites are banned from Proud Boys even if they never bring up said topics.
In the matriarchy, which happens in a little microcosm across the blogosphere, we have these mini 'women in control' societies. And what I've noticed... is, under the guise of empowering women, they end up being real cruel. And I think, 'Jeez, here in my patriarchy, we wouldn't do that.'
We can't have the DNC deciding how big companies behave. That's called fascism.
It's seen as xenophobic to be worried about Islam, but they appear to disproportionately allow intolerance to blossom in their communities.
Baby boomer media like 'The Times' is a laughingstock, and we should do whatever we can to ridicule it.
Sorry, equality is a myth. Women aren't as strong as men - they can't even hold their booze as well as men.
When you say, 'Boys will be boys and girls will be girls; they're all the same' - no. Women are more vulnerable.
Gay marriage was a trick: it's a tool to tell people to bake cakes. Laws are based on morality, so if it's illegal for a Catholic to refuse a ceremony, you are saying that Catholicism is immoral, and that was really the goal of gay marriage - discredit Christianity.
I'm like Ann Coulter in a way. I talk in public and on the record the same way I talk to my friends in bars. I don't censor myself.
I remember, when I was a kid, I was a class clown, and I got into a lot of trouble for it, and I had to be put in a special class. Back in the eighties, in Nepean, Ontario, they just had a class for anyone they didn't want around. It was sort of like school jail.