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Jan 10 2018

Even Beyonce Is a Thought Criminal

The important thing, if you want power, is to make people guilty. Guilty people are easy to demonize and to manipulate. That’s the beauty of political correctness, according to which, everyone is guilty — even an ostentatiously slutty sexually liberated temporarily vegan Woman of Color like Beyonce:

In an article in the recent issue of Feminist Media Studies, Ella Fegitz and Daniela Pirani argue that Beyonce’s adoption of the 22 Days vegan challenge perpetuates inequality because it is actually a “post-feminist dietary practice.”

Here’s where Beyonce strayed into thoughtcrime:

“The appropriation of a vegan diet is mobilized as part of a post-feminist ethics that promotes an individualistic form of emancipation, which sustains existent patterns of discrimination and inequality, consumerism and neoliberalism,” Fegitz and Pirani explain.

From a cutting edge moonbat point of view, neoliberalism is practically as bad as neoconservatism.

The authors find that Beyonce’s brand of veganism “leads to the responsibilization of the individual.” This of course is something that the academia’s High Priestesses of Political Correctness could never tolerate. Personal responsibility is the polar opposite of leftism.

Veganism can also be used to promote a “sexy body,” which can require “self-management, -control, and -discipline,” they lament.

The Seven Deadly Sins are downright virtuous compared to self-management, self-control, and self-discipline. Down with the neoliberal thought criminal Beyonce!

On a tip from The Lieberal Media.




13 Responses to “Even Beyonce Is a Thought Criminal”

  1. vladdy says:

    Stupidest thing about this –using made-up words because they think it sounds smart. Example: responsibilization (or whatever it was — not worth going back to look) instead of “holding person responsible.”
    Had a text like this in college. Some of the kids said “I’m not smart enough to understand this.” I went back in later life so was a bit wiser at the time and told them how bad writing IS incomprehensible. P.S. It was an English course on “The Philosophy of Writing,” and the prof never did get the irony of assigning that book without explaining.

  2. Sandy Reardon says:

    Someone needs to conk those imbeciles heads together like a couple of coconuts

  3. Jeff says:

    The number of people do nothing, invent nothing, and make nothing, yet make a very comfortable living by inventing and speaking gibberish is astounding. One of the great scams of the age.

  4. ramrodd says:

    the woman isnt intelligent enough to write this….

  5. Brian says:

    Two “free” women here. You’d think the gay sex would cure the resentment. Instead it seems to feed it. I think more and more of the guard near the end of the Wizard of Oz, when he says, “We were under a spell.” In my version, Dorothy slaps him.

  6. Saxon Warrior says:

    Beyonce had already stepped over the line of ‘libtard restrictions’ long before she said any of this.
    She stepped beyond the line when she took it upon herself to put beauty before substance by misappropriating White culture, denying her glorious Blackness, and giving in to her own vanity.
    She overstepped the line when she straightened her hair and became blonde, thus denying and rejecting her African roots, and succumbing to Eurocentric portrayals of beauty.
    If she had actually believed that White culture was wrong (or if any self-respecting moonbat had ‘really’ believed that White culture was wrong), Beyonce would never have been allowed to tamper with her own springy vertical-growing black hair.
    She would instead be trying to seduce the music industry without any of the benefits of White beauty and nobly remaining true to her Black feminist convictions.

    But of course most libtards ignored this little fact because they are too deluded, too shallow and too obsessed with the superficial to understand that the joke is firmly on them.
    Not only are moonbats hypocrites, but they are completely and utterly stupid!

  7. juan says:

    Stupidest thing about this –using made-up words because they think it sounds smart. Example: responsibilization (or whatever it was — not worth going back to look) instead of “holding person responsible.”Had a text like this in college. Some of the kids said “I’m not smart enough to understand this

  8. vera says:

    The moonbats devouring one another, while pretending to be meat-free… LOL

  9. Anonymous says:

    Like “strategery”…

  10. vera says:

    The Frogs started it with their postmodern gibberish. Even the Frankfurters did not dare to spew such a word salad.

  11. Area man says:

    https://youtu.be/Ac7G7xOG2Ag
    This will make it all much clearer.

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