Socialist Privilege Is Indeed A Laughing Matter    

  By: Katie Petrick
   Published : August 16, 2019

The song “My Generation” by The Who was released in 1965. Almost 55 years later, the song has relevance to all generations it encounters. People do try and succeed in putting the current generation of young adults down because they make it too easy a target.

The latest example was on full display at the Democratic Socialists of America biennial convention in Atlanta, Ga. from Aug. 1-4. There really was no need to mock the young socialists because they made a mockery of themselves, while live streaming the four-day convention for all the world to see and shake their heads. (Note: Only one live stream remains available for viewing. See it here.)

And for any of you who dare speak out of turn, mis-gender the infinite number of genders created by no one even knows, or simply clap your hands—yes, clap your hands—you clearly do not understand your own points of privilege. If only any of this was a joke, which it really is, but bigots are not allowed to make light of this.

Here are just a few of the ideas, requests, demands, suggestions, whatever you feel like calling it, from the many socialists in the audience:

“Quick point of personal privilege,” said James Jackson from Sacramento. “Can we please keep the chatter to a minimum? I’m one of the people who’s very, very prone to sensory overload. There’s a lot of whispering and chattering going on. It’s making me very difficult to focus.”

“Point of personal privilege,” said a red-haired, red-dress wearing male. “Please do not use gendered language to address everyone.

“Everybody is responsible for the collective security, safety and everyone’s needs being met here,” said by a man to announce all about safety for the weekend. The same safety man said but a few breaths later: “Don’t talk to cops. Don’t talk to MAGA a—holes.”

“Everyone we are going to start voting, so let’s take a deep breath [actively engages in deep breathing]. Great,” said a female moderator tasked with trying to have the room adopt the rules of the convention. She was less than successful in keeping people on task.

The “highlights” of the convention also featured the opportunity to attend a progressive “pub crawl,” listen to protest folk music, and, of course, watch a drag show. Anti-Semite Linda Sarsour was on hand to rile the comrades, as well as many other speakers who believe socialism and communism are effective methods for governmental arrangement and economic systems.

Speaking of economics, the budget for the convention was posted on the DSA website. It revealed the convention’s estimated expenditures at $846,376, with 44 percent, or more than $327,000, allocated to feed the socialists. They must have had to accommodate the many dietary restrictions and allergies. Plus sprout and avocado costs have skyrocketed.

Lest you think this convention of people is simply harmless and the individuals are not hurting anyone, these are the same people who are becoming representatives in government and are fully attempting to take down everything that has been built in this country since its founding.

But the blame is not all on their shoulders to bear because it is evident they are not strong enough to bear it. These adult children were raised by two older generations that did nothing to steer them from this nonsense. They either let them run wild or encouraged their precious snowflakes, all the while not paying attention to what their education became.

Too many children were indoctrinated by agenda, ideologue-driven educators, such as Cecily Myart-Cruz, vice president of the United Teachers Los Angeles National Education Association, a teacher who is a proud Socialist Democrat teaching elementary children in the second largest school district in the country and encouraging teachers to strike Red for Ed. She spoke to the convention delegates and encouraged them to be activists.

“I see teaching as a revolutionary act, just the way I see organizing,” Myart-Cruz told the conference attendees. “It’s hard, it’s messy, and sometimes it can be too much. But you can never allow fear to win. We must engage folks to take action in different ways.”

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