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Dec 28 2016

Insignia Designed for Militant Snowflakes

The People’s Cube has taken the initiative in designing a new logo that captures both the sensitivity and the stern resolution of militant campus snowflakes who fly into a rage or melt into tears whenever the world fails to submit to their ideology:

Snowflake_Nazi_Flag

From the creators:

Dear social justice warriors! You have so outgrown the old hammer and sickle emblem, it’s not even funny. The working class has betrayed you and can no longer be trusted. Your new broad coalition is proactively writing a new narrative of safe spaces, microaggressions, dog whistles, snow jobs, institutionalized rapism, and climate denyism.

Your community organizers have succeeded in creating a spectacular movement of snowflakes who they hope will one day solidify into an impenetrable iceberg that will sink the Titanic of capitalism. And yet you’re still struggling to create an emblem you could put on your armbands, banners, and social media icons.

They will struggle to create it no longer. As usual, the work has been done for them by someone else.

On tips from Torcer and Steve T.



8 Responses to “Insignia Designed for Militant Snowflakes”

  1. CRC60 says:

    “As usual, the work has been done for them by someone else.”

    Hahahaha… spit my coffee on that one.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hatched this a while back… proggies always seem strangely envious of Adolf and co. for some reason.
    https://s29.postimg.org/627ztaufb/prog_libs_sm.jpg

  3. Bosun Higgs says:

    My sediments, exactly.

  4. Heltau says:

    I knew that picture looked familiar to me.
    Happy 4 years of New Years out there.

  5. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Adolf really knew how to get things done.

  6. oldguy says:

    Brilliant!

  7. Agrippa says:

    Fine try, but the good ol’ NSDAP armband (see any photo from 1933 through mid-1945 taken in Germany or elsewhere in conquered Europe for an exemplar) would be far more appropriate for these authoritarian dolts. A near perfect match, in fact.


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