The Realness Of Hate Hoaxes

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So if you’ve been paying attention to the news recently, you’ll remember that last month the air force academy recently had a hoax incident in which a black cadet forged racist graffiti that was allegedly threatening him, only for it to be revealed that he himself had painted said racist graffiti. Surprisingly, Lieutenant General Silveria (the officer who first publicized the incident and took every opportunity to lecture the United States about its still lingering wounds of racism and how racist racism is America’s original sin) has remained committed to the narrative despite its collapse. Silveria will not only not repent, but neither will anybody else for that matter! And it’s likely that the journalist behind the spate of “Trump syndrome” hate crimes will likely not repent as well.

The reason? Simply put, even though these particular incidents were fake, they highlight the very real threat of racism that’s totally out there, not only in the United States, but also in the Western World on the whole. And by Jove, I think they’re right to do so!

We all remember Tawana Brawley, don’t we? Sure, that was a total fraud, but don’t think that it wasn’t instructive for showing us the legitimacy of white-on-black rape: after all, the FBI reveals that there’s between 0-100 of those every year. I don’t know about you, but that’s a lot more terrifying than the 10,000+ plus instances of black on white rape that happen each year—after all, those white-on-black rapes have racism behind them, so that automatically makes them worse.

Duke Lacrosse taught us the same lesson, which just goes to show how important the lesson is. It’s SO important, in fact, that you can’t let some stupid patriarchal neanderthal concept like “truth” get in the way of things.

Various instances of nooses thrown about in various public places and phantom KKK members expose the nefarious spirit of racism in America, even if they’re incompetent misgivings or outright hoaxes. The point I’m trying to make is, reality doesn’t have to be real or anything!

Other nations in the past have learned as well that you don’t need ot be factual to be right—-sure, The Protocols of the Elders of Zionwas confirmed to be a hoax decades ago, but it does raise awareness of the actual program of Jewish world domination, doesn’t it? Therefore, it should be promoted and taught as truth, because in a manner of speaking, it is.

Similarly, let us not let The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk being fraudulent keep our attentions away from the actual corruption and villainy that goes on in the Catholic Church hierarchy.

In my scholastic field of anthropology, let’s not stop worshipping the noble savage idea just because the “gentle Tasaday” don’t exist, and reports on the Khoi San neglected that they have a murder rate five times higher than that of the United States.

Because at the end of the day, who needs something as trivial as “the objective truth”, really? As long as we can reinforce our prejudices and beliefs with warped and fudged facts—that’s what’s really important in life!

Note to the dense: the preceding article was a work of satire.

Larsen Halleck is best known as the fitness and nutrition writer for Return of Kings, but also writes at his own website The Barbaric Gentleman, and also makes Youtube videos You can follow him at his aforementioned website and Youtube channels, as well as on Twitter, and on Gab

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