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Ed Driscoll

Quote of the Day

December 26th, 2013 - 4:57 pm

I used to stop by my local fair-trade/GMO-free/vegan/etc. coffee house since it was on the way to work. One day a barista in a Che shirt asked if I also wanted to buy an organic bran muffin or a gluten-free scone.

“You’re wearing a Che shirt and you’re trying to upsell me?” I said with a smile to the budding capitalist. He never noticed the irony.

—Jon Gabriel of Ricochet, in the comment section of a post titled, “Conflict-Free Hummus and the Politicization of Everything.”

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Sometimes a tee shirt is a fashion statement, not a political statement.
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
I live in fear that someday I might actually understand that first quoted paragraph.

BTW, do they actually _sell_ Che shirts? Shouldn't they, like, _give_ them away--each according to ones needs?
51 weeks ago
51 weeks ago Link To Comment
Be tolerant: these people can’t wear, eat, touch, or view anything made by Jews. That’s why they consult the American versions of Der Strumer before shopping and why they boycott.

The personal is the political is the slogan of a moral movement, a Great Awakening, which will transform the West into its successor as surely as the Roman empire was made Christian. With one difference: Christianizing the West made it the West and its people better. Socialism makes everything worse.
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