When asked why he opposed the Vietnam war, Mohammed Ali (nee Cassius Clay) famously said, “No Viet Cong ever called me a nigger.” So as the Peace Prize Winning HNIC is arming the Free Syrian Army (composed of non-Syrian mercenaries) this writer echoes the Louisville Lip by saying it loud and proud: no Syrian ever called me a hipster.
Chinese comedian Kristina Wong engages in some “ironic” anti-white “comedy” with her latest “humorous” skit, “Hipster Please,” a vicious, virulent anti-hipsteretic canard. Wong, being a member of the majority, hegemonic Chinese people – the largest ethnic group on planet earth, engages her Han Privilege with some over the top microaggression against “whitey” – a global minority – to barely stifled laughter from the peanut gallery. (Wait, was the peanut analogy racist?)
Who said Asians can’t be funny?
It’s 2013 and yet throwbacks still think that “hipster jokes” and appropriation of white culture is acceptable. Never mind the fact that hipster neighborhoods and residents are routinely the victims of hate speech, anti-white graffiti, as well as anti-hipster hate crimes against whites for doing nothing more than riding a fixie bike through an orthodox neighborhood in Brooklyn, and open calls for anti-white hipster violence.
But it’s all “ironic” right?