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Mar 06 2018

The Moonbats Who Say “Ne”

A Newspeak Dictionary update from a college in Georgia:

The Kennesaw State University LBGT Resource Center recently produced a new pamphlet that adds “ne,” “ve,” “ey,” “ze,” and “xe” to the list of gender neutral pronouns. …

These pronouns are accompanied by a conjugation chart listing how they might be used as a subject, object, possessive, possessive pronoun, and reflexive. For example, to refer to a student who identifies as “ne,” one could say “Ne laughed” or “That is nirs.”

“Ne” probably rhymes with “he.” Given the tendency of LGBTQXYZPDQ types to lord it over everyone, they most likely got the idea from Monty Python:

The pamphlet includes a vital warning:

The pamphlet—which lists seven different types of gender neutral pronouns—encourages students to ask their friends, classmates, and coworkers how they identitify before making any assumptions.

The guide does warn, however, that students “may change their pronouns without changing their name, appearance, or gender identity,” and suggests that preferred pronouns be re-confirmed regularly during “check-ins at meetings or in class.”

This will be important to keep in mind, as the ratchet continues to turn toward ever greater moonbattery. Already, California has begun to criminalize the use of nonpreferred pronouns.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair. Hat tip: Legal Insurrection.




19 Responses to “The Moonbats Who Say “Ne””

  1. richard says:

    It’s too bad Mel Brooks or The National Lampoon are no longer making movies. This sort of nonsense is a literal gold mine of subject matter. Throw in a couple of snowflakes and the laughs would write themselves.

  2. Frank says:

    Please to pass ze Vaseline, you thilly thavage!

  3. Frank says:

    Shades of EBONICS!

  4. Frank says:

    Rainbow snowflakes should spend more time studying than they do devising ways not to offend other rainbow snowflakes. Here’s their ridiculous pamphlet.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7bdf8b3c644075152868855263d5b62f9b8fcac253c099be7e4bc1c5f4c8428e.jpg

  5. Occam's Stubble says:

    My gender pronoun is now supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. You must pronounce every syllable or I will be offended and report you to the authorities.

  6. DER MUELLER FUEHRER says:

    .

    Coming to and soon from – a college campus near you:

    “Go After the White Man… We Are Cutting the Throat of Whiteness”

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/racist-south-african-political-leader-julius-malema-go-white-man-cutting-throat-whiteness/

    .

  7. Mr. Freemarket says:

    My wife taught linguistics for many years. Such pronouns will never take off. It is like the French trying to impose French words instead of whatever popular culture initially adopts. It is doomed to failure.

  8. MAS says:

    It’ll fail mostly because nobody can possibly keep up with the changing rules…

  9. CovfefeMe says:

    I’m so glad I finished college decades ago. Just attending these days can cause serious loss of IQ points by being in the same room with people like this.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/df7ba51dcfb13987e455fe7efa4216da8b1dd9a633129ec5d7470dd929558823.jpg

  10. Occam's Stubble says:

    Almost every other language assigns a gender to nouns. I wonder WTF is going on in those countries or is it just English that needs to be butchered?

  11. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Clearly those other countries aren’t as evil and these United States. Even when some countries throw homosexuals off of roofs.

  12. Area man says:

    So now even if you know, they could change it on you!! You have to keep asking?!?! “Hey, are you he, she, prune juice, or potato today?”

  13. BPatMann says:

    Notably absent from the list were the pronouns zhimf, plurbve, giclimpz and shorbble. Was that a microaggression on their part?

  14. gary says:

    The only thing that keeps me from caring about this nonsense, is that i’m 64 years old and I won’t be around much longer.

  15. George Lortz says:

    “Hey asshole, WTF do I call you today?” Problem solved.

  16. wildmanonearth says:

    Does the pamphet come in a ebonics version?

  17. James McEnanly says:

    Every time they begin a ‘discussion’ on what pronoun to use, this song runs through my head.
    https://youtu.be/jetzY-W78gg

  18. saturn says:

    Does that mean that it is not any more good to use Crocodile-Dundee’s method of checking?

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