A Tapestry Of Social Justice Commentary

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To celebrate over five and a half years of social justice activism on the far right financial website Zerohedge, I’ve created a mosaic of my comment history. You can click each tile to view the article that the comment was posted on.

As you can see, my approach to educating right wingers has evolved over the years in line with the progressive movement. In the early days, I was patient and understanding, but now I shout my opinions loudly and quickly resort to moral shaming and hyperbole. I hope that these years of commentary serve to inspire up and coming social justice warriors, and show what is possible with perseverance and consistency.

If anyone would like me to compile a similar infographic for their comments on ZH, please let me know. Enjoy!

Click here for a full screen version.

Anon
Anon

Impalement of all SJWs is the answer.

#hate-speech

hungrypirana
hungrypirana

You’ve ejaculated well and often and I’m sure you’ve converted 100% of the handful of open minded heathens over there. Will you’re reward be in heaven?

Anon
Anon

If the eye near the top of the posts represents the number of views (a reasonable assumption) Soros is wasting his money keeping these retards employed.

By hey I am more then willing to let Soros waste his money, so the above remark is best forgotten.

trav777

yes, go find all the trav777 and trav7777 comments LOL

Black Flies Matter
Black Flies Matter

There you have it. Che Guevara

We Disrupt this Program for a Special Message
We Disrupt this Program for a Special Message

See you at the protest BFL.
Show up for black lives

DC, we need you to show up in the streets to support BLM DC

Show up on Saturday, April 1st at 1pm at the Congress Heights metro to join Black Lives Matter DC in a march on the 7th District Police station. Demand that Mayor Bowser fully fund the NEAR Act in her budget on the 4th! We need everyone in the DC community who has been standing up against Trump and his administration to show up on April 1st.

Black Lives Matter needs people like you to show up and help hold the police accountable. RSVP and share the event on Facebook.

Sign the petition for demanding that Bowser fully fund the NEAR Act

The NEAR Act stands for the Neighborhood Engagement Achieves Results Act of 2016.

The law, which passed the D.C. Council unanimously, was the product of a District-wide conversation around policing and public safety. The NEAR Act sought to establish a framework to ensure residents safety while also addressing police abuses. However, the NEAR Act remains unfunded.

The Act aims to reset the conversation on policing to recognize that public safety can’t be produced through mass incarceration or racial profiling. It lays out the frameworks for establishing community-led violence prevention efforts.

In places like Baltimore, Richmond, and New York, the NEAR Act is already saving lives and stopping the flow of black people into prison. The money is there—we need to pressure our elected officials to devote resources to this initiative.

Can we count on you to show up for Black Lives?

In solidarity,
The We Disrupt Crew

Anon
Anon

Can I throw stones at them from behind the police barricades?

My position has always been “Safety first”

hasta la vista
hasta la vista

The ZH comments are like turd rising up in the toilet bowl as you try flushing it, because there is a block somewhere. How you wish the next flush will suck everything down, but all it does is overflow, spill and spread turd everywhere on the bathroom floor.

Pbier

Wow, I am deeply impressed at your efforts to educate the feeble-minded. Unfortunately, seeing their ungrateful and caustic responses to your comments, the phrase ‘casting pearls before the swine’ comes to mind.

#speciesist

hasta la vista
hasta la vista

How do you “cast pearls of turd before the swine” if the turd is diarrheic?

Anon
Anon

You use buckets

drb6
drb6

Speciesism anyone?

California Dreamer - Oriville is safe, Gov Brown s
California Dreamer - Oriville is safe, Gov Brown s

I for one plan to move to California, the blessed land of fruits and nuts. I am so un-triggered and will be fuzzy safe soon. The only reason I am not there yet, is I need a bigger 18 wheeler to haul my large collection of environmentally friendly furniture, and other household items, not to mention my fair trade yurt. I also need to vet the moving company to see if they promote approved social justice policies acceptable by our commission on BLTDDTABCGBLT Speciest acceptable non privileged actions for peace. Look at this Social Justice action item! That sealed the deal for me and my partner. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB219 California Dreaming! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-aK6JnyFmk&html5=1

I Found my Soul Mate - Lovin it!
I Found my Soul Mate - Lovin it!

I am so happy for you California Dreamer. We considered Oriville, but my partner, Pinky, who is a sentient Lemur who I recently got engaged with, love it here in Illinois, and can’t bear to leave all of our socially conscious progressive friends. Thanks to the competent leaders we enjoy here, many deplorable types are leaving our fine state, which makes the atmosphere much more conducive to complete the paradise in our scenic town of Nirvana. We plan to retire here, secure and safe. Good luck in your new life! 🙂

rebecca the feminist
rebecca the feminist

18 wheeler to move your environmentally friendly furniture? Al Gore recommends C-130 transport aircraft with F35 fighter aircraft support. You don’t want any damage to your environmentally friendly stuff.

Anon
Anon

It does not seem to do anything for those into donkeys, camels, sheep, goats and other assorted livestock.

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