THE YEAR WE ALL GREW A COUPLE
... even the ladies found a few ovaries
Harry Richardson is a long-time student of Islam and author of best seller, "the Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled', http://thestoryofmohammed.blogspot.com.au
Now that the Pickering Post is officially more popular than Time magazine (according to a ground-breaking survey conducted in Larry’s living room), we felt that the Pickering Post should nominate its own “Person of the Year.”
Boy was this a tough one! 2016 has been an incredible rollercoaster of a year. At first we considered following Time magazine’s lead and voting for Angela Merkel.
Then someone said “Hey! why don’t we wait for these magic mushrooms to wear off before we choose,” and that was pretty much the end of that idea.
Nigel Farage was a real favourite, knocking back a pint of ale while sticking two fingers up at Herman van Rompuy and his pals in the European Union. This was the year his relentless campaign against the EU dictatorship unexpectedly paid off.
Then there was Trump. His juggernaut steamed straight through the Republican machine and over the Clinton bandwagon.
He pulled this off armed with little more than a twitter account and a bouffant hairdo. The Democrats still haven’t figured out what hit them. He managed to “trigger” half the country and still romp home with the prize.
Milo Yiannopolis (above) kept us all spellbound of course. He minced around US universities, pouring ridicule on the politically correct and showing You Tubers that this emperor was as naked as the day it was born. Of course, Milo has an advantage when it comes to humour. He is a homosexual, Jewish, Catholic, Greek Englishman. That’s funny before he even opens his mouth.
Unfortunately for the left, he is also deeply conservative. The delicious irony is that he is a white guy who wears the armour of victimhood created by the Left. Did I say wears it? He revels in it.
“Do you know how much black [email protected]#k I’ve had in my mouth?” he asked one poor snowflake who dared to accuse him of being a white supremacist. Seeing the gob smacked confusion in the eyes of these Left-wing clowns is just priceless. In six months, they went from feared bullies to being a laughing stock.
There were plenty more of course. Pauline Hanson, Kirralie Smith, Pat Condell, Paul Joseph Watson, Stefan Molyneux and a whole raft of others who spoke out fearlessly.
But in the end, we had to admit that the real star of 2016 was you.
You were the one everyone had written off; the unloved, unwanted deplorable white guy.
For the longest time, you have been accused, abused, blamed, vilified, harassed, harangued, lectured, castigated, ridiculed, despised and written off.
This was to be the year that your fate was finally sealed. Instead, it was the year you manned up and grew a pair.
This was the year you opened your mouth and instead of a squeak, out came a roar. This was the year that you realised that you are not part of some “lunatic fringe.” Despite what the presstitutes have been telling you, common sense is still a majority view outside of the mass media echo chambers.
This was the year you realised that social Justice has nothing to do with real justice, that feminism has nothing to do with women’s rights and that the real goal of socialism is not equality.
This was the year you realised that patriotism does not mean racism and restricting immigration is not the same as shovelling Jews into gas ovens.
2016 was the year you turned off the mainstream media and turned on to “fake” news sites. From these sites you found "fake" news stories like “Islam is not actually a religion of peace” and “Trump is going to win the election.”
You appreciated news outlets like ours because although we are biased, at least we admit to it. We don’t pretend to be completely objective and then have a meltdown on air when “our” candidate loses. Trump was our man and it turns out he was your man too.
You voted for him in droves because you believe, as we do, that he was the only candidate who wanted the best for you, the traditional Anglosphere voter.
Trump was the first politician in a generation who doesn’t think that white people should apologise for the colour of their skin. You voted for Brexit and One Nation for the exact same reason.
You figured, despite what you were being told, that if New Zealand could stand on its own two feet then Britain certainly could. You figured that if the Greens were allowed into the Senate, then One Nation should be too. You figured out that protecting your womenfolk is not the sign of bogan stupidity. It is the sign of common decency and genetic sustainability.
In short, this was the year you finally woke up and decided enough was enough. There is lots of work to do but as my Great Aunt Nell always said, “A job started, is a job half finished.”
We at the Pickering Post salute you because we know you are up to the job.
On ya bloke, you’re a real champion.