May 12, 2019
What’s with all these freaks always looking so crooked?
A 19-year-old androgynous bipedal ape turned violent after seeing a pro-life sign, presumably because the creature is against life.
A student allegedly assaulted a pro-life activist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) after seeing pro-life signage depicting aborted children.
A student who took offense to pro-life signage at UNC-Chapel Hill appears to have assaulted a pro-life activist, as the incident was caught on video and later posted to social media by a group called Created Equal, which describes itself as “a social action movement seeking to end the greatest human rights injustice of our time [abortion].”
“Footage of the outburst at University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC) begins with a woman asking our team, ‘Did you put these [signs] up?’” said Created Equal in a Tuesday Facebook post, “As soon as the pro-life activist responds affirmatively, she proceeds to repeatedly punch and kick a member of our staff.”
The creature seems it may be transgender, which is supported by its violent outburst, as hormonal imbalances can mess with people’s emotions and self-control.
But I mean… it’s current year, so you never know with these gender fluid types.
The police didn’t want to handcuff “her” and take her away, but whatever.
I’m more interested in the reaction of the assaulted man.
First I thought that he had a lot of self-control to not respond to the assault with utmost brutality — self-defense brutality, of course — but then I wondered if it really was self-control or just another manifestation of the passivity of modern men.
Plastics, soy, random chemicals, birth control traces in the water, public schools, single mothers and Jewish media brainwashing are just some of the things currently turning the frogs gay and our men into soy.
The modern male humanoid is characterized by passiveness and a respect-admiration-envy triad towards females, so what happened here may be an expression of that modern maleness.
Or it could be a display of self-control.
It’s hard to say for sure.
How would you react to being assaulted by one of these deranged flock animals?
Would you react with violence? If you don’t, would that be because of self-control or passivity?