Nuggets of Wisdom

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Richard Dawkins Should Have Been Aborted!


If you think that’s a tasteless suggestion, you should have read what Richard “The Dick” Dawkins tweeted about Down’s Syndrome children:
In a bizarre rant on Twitter earlier today, atheist Richard Dawkins wrote that choosing not to abort a child with Down Syndrome would be "immoral."

The conversation started when Dawkins tweeted that "Ireland is a civilised country except in this 1 area." The area was abortion, which until last year was illegal in all cases.

A Twitter user then asked Dawkins if "994 human beings with Down's Syndrome [having been] deliberately killed before birth in England and Wales in 2012" was "civilised."

Dawkins replied "yes, it is very civilised. These are fetuses, diagnosed before they have human feelings."

Later, Dawkins said that "the question is not ‘is it 'human'?’ but ‘can it SUFFER?’"

In perhaps the most shocking moment, one Twitter user wrote that he or she "honestly [doesn't] know what I would do if I were pregnant with a kid with Down Syndrome. Real ethical dilemma."

Dawkins advised the writer to "abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice."
BLARG! Excuse me! I just threw up a little in my mouth.

Is it wrong to say Dawkins hates people with Down’s Syndrome? He may not outright hate them, but he clearly considers them less worthy of life than other human beings. Seriously, freak this man!

The tasteful irony here is that many of his pro-choice atheist sycophants are chewing him up over these tweets. I’m not sure why. His comments are perfectly consistent with their twisted ideology.

After all, if human beings were not created in the image of a loving God, then what value do their lives have other than what other human beings give them?

And if a woman truly has the unadulterated right to kill her unborn child, then she has every right to kill it for whatever reason she wants, even if that reason is grossly ableist. (Damn it, Dawkins, you’re making me use SJW speak!)

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Daily Pony: A Little Magic from My Friendships


I Get By with a Little Magic from My Friendships by BerryPAWNCH on deviantART

So if the PonyTones are the Beatles, does that make Fluttershy Yoko Ono?

Anti-Police Militarization, Pro-Gun Control?



So let me get this straight, liberals: you’re rightfully upset that Ferguson police shot an unarmed teenager. You’re upset that Ferguson police have been brutalizing unarmed protesters. And yet you still trust only these people to have guns?

Guys, you cannot oppose police militarization  while supporting gun control. You cannot complain that the police are armed to the teeth while arguing that only the police should be armed. The only way for the police to own all the guns is if, well, they own all the guns. You're not anti-gun. You're only anti-everyone-else-having-guns.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Daily Pony: Rainbow Dash Does A Leeroy Jenkins


Rainbooooooooow by AbyssalEmissary on deviantART

What if Equestria had magical role-playing games that drew players into the game the same way magical comic books drew readers into the story? I’m supposing this is how such a scenario would play out with the Mane 6. (For the few who don't get this reference.)

Take The F***ing Toys Away From The Police!

Ever since Mike Brown’s shooting and the impending chaos that followed in Ferguson, as is the case with every single act of police brutality, the cop apologists have been hand waving away this event as an “isolated incident.” The hell this was a freaking isolated incident! It wasn’t even an isolated incident in Ferguson, which has a long, terrible history of police brutality.

When you have prisoners being charged with “destruction of city property” for bleeding on an officer’s uniform (after being brutalized by said officer), and when you have a police lieutenant telling his colleagues to “have a black day” and “make the jail cells more colorful,” the police brutality in your town isn’t isolated, it’s freaking systematic.

Both the War on Drugs and Terror have created an influx of military-grade equipment to local law enforcement, and with it, an increase of police raids and brutality. I don’t agree with everything John Oliver says, but I agree with him wholeheartedly when he says that it’s time to take the “f***king toys” away from the police until they learn to behave themselves.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

No Daily Bungle Article This Week

Sorry, but real life has been keeping me too busy this week. I should have a new article next week. Until then, here’s Freakazoid offering a test of the emergency broadcast system:


Daily Pony: A Sedimental Moment


A Sedimental Moment by Toxic-Mario on deviantART

To anyone who was wondering where Maud Pie was during Pinkie's first party with her family.

Sunday Funnies (08/17/2014)

Need a good laugh? We all do. So here’s your weekly compilation of political cartoons. This week, everyone is down, down, down, down, down. The man is keeping the people down in Ferguson, boots on the ground are going down in Iraq, and everyone’s spirit has been down with the passing of Robin Williams. But, baby, don't worry. You are my only. You won't be lonely. Even if the sky is falling down. Baby, are you down, down, down, down, down? Down! Down!


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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Daily Pony: Everything Wrong With Sweet And Elite

Finally! My least favorite Season Two episode gets a CinemaSins parody video. Seriously, I don’t understand why so many fans consider this Rarity at her best? You want a good Rarity episode? Try Rarity Takes Manehattan or Sisterhooves Social. This episode is simply overrated.