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Hershey: Official Chocolate Bar Of Weimar

It never stops: Candy big chooses sassy tranny with silver booger as its face for International Women's Day
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(Gotdoggit, people, I'm about to start my last week on this TAC blog, and if you think I'm going to miss out on the opportunity to enjoy some Dreher Bait, you're WRONG! It's Ignatius-at-the-Prytania time!)

Do you think they will ever stop shoving this garbage down our throats? It's International WOMEN'S Day, not Tranny Day. Honestly, I will never understand why women put up with this erasure. Can you imagine black people standing for Rachel Dolezal being the face of black America?

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I wish Hershey's Chocolate wasn't terrible, so it would be meaningful to swear off of it.

Moving on, many of us are old enough to remember when the whole thing started with the question, "How does my gay neighbors' marriage hurt me?" Well, here we are. You think people all around the world, where gay rights don't exist, or are only just getting on the agenda, aren't watching all this to see what has happened to the US and Europe?

And by the way, here's Andrew Sullivan saying it, not me (though obviously I agree):

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Miss Lucinda B. Hind -- "Loose In The Behind" -- get it? In front of toddlers. What kind of sick freaks run a day care that invites perverts to perform?

I'm ready for laws against this stuff for kids. I'm ready for people to start going to jail for doing this, or permitting it. Just how far are we willing to let the sexual exploitation of our children by woke agitators go?

These are children.

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Well, yeah, the evidence was there from the beginning, but I'm not going to complain that Andrew has come over to the right side now.

I don't know what kind of damage these "extremists and crazies" can possibly do to gay rights. What rights might gays lose? They and their allies are in charge of government, law, medicine, big business, everything. But what can happen is enough people get fed up with the idea that to be tolerant of gays, they have to accept this kind of filth and decadence, that they decide they don't want to tolerate any of it.

Over here in Hungary, where I live, people are watching this stuff happening in America, and let me tell you, it is making it much less likely that gays will ever get marriage rights here (they are permitted civil partnerships), much less gain the right to adopt children (which they do not have). You cannot imagine how this looks from abroad. It is shameful, and it's turning a lot of people who want to love and respect America into people who want to keep whatever sickness has overtaken America out of their countries.

The only European leader with the stones to stand up to this stuff over here is Viktor Orban, who has strong support from Hungarians. The other day, the NYT's Michelle Goldberg expressed upset with DeSantis for exercising Orban Renewal on Florida's politics. She wrote:

Many on the American right admire the way Orban uses the power of the state against cultural liberalism, but few are imitating him as faithfully as the Florida governor and likely Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis. Last week, one of DeSantis’s legislative allies filed House Bill 999, which would, as The Tampa Bay Times reported, turn many of DeSantis’s “wide-ranging ideas on higher education into law.” Even by DeSantis’s standards, it is a shocking piece of legislation that takes a sledgehammer to academic freedom. Jeremy Young, senior manager of free expression and education at PEN America, described it as “almost an apocalyptic bill for higher education,” one that is “orders of magnitude worse than anything we’ve seen, either in the recent or the distant past.”

Echoing Orban, House Bill 999 bars Florida’s public colleges and universities from offering gender studies majors or minors, as well as majors or minors in critical race theory or “intersectionality,” or in any subject that “engenders beliefs” in those concepts. The bill prohibits the promotion or support of any campus activities that “espouse diversity, equity and inclusion or critical race theory rhetoric.” 

The DEI and CRT people have finally sparked a backlash in Florida with their extremism. Good. It's coming too on trans, and maybe on LGBT in general, though clearly same-sex marriage is here to stay. You cannot go after people's children like this and expect everybody to keep smiling. There are plenty of idiot liberal parents who take their kids to see perverts like Miss Loose In The Behind grind and strut, but most people aren't like this. I think most liberal parents aren't even like this. We haven't had any major American politicians with the courage to ACT to defend the beliefs and interests of the silent majority, who are broadly tolerant, but sick of being told that if they don't endorse every pervy thing a tranny wants to do, they're nothing but haters. The big gay rights organizations are all down with this. They ought to cut the Ts loose. But they won't. So they're going to end up making lots of gays and lesbians who find this stuff gross as well pay a price for bundling in the crazies.

UPDATE: Yeah, I changed the title. I love crude humor, but maybe Mama will read this blog.

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Bogdán Emil
Bogdán Emil
Dolezal will or won't get reparations? I'm still not clear on that.

Believe it or not, Orbán's family defense legislations are probably the least controversial political moves by him domestically. The Hungarian opposition barely pays any attention to it, except mockingly. They consider it a manufactured issue designed to gin up passions and votes. They take note and laugh it off, moving on to the real matters of concern regarding the Fidesz regime: the money, the networks, how power and wealth is distributed domestically. That's what the Hungarian opposition cares about, which is perfectly natural, it is true of most normal countries. Hungary is pretty much normal, but it is in an unusual historical situation that foreigners refuse to grasp, even though it could explain some of the eccentricities.

Just to remind everyone, for perfectly valid reasons there are now THREE conservative parties in Hungary, and they currently account for about 70% of the politically active populace. Let that sink in. 70% of the country is self-declared conservative.

All three parties have been repeatedly labeled "far-right" by various international media. Including RD, who normally hates that kind of thing.

He might be right about some of it, but even if Mi Hazánk has a few far-right positions, at least they don't get deplatformed by the liberal Magyar opposition.

There is healthier and more robust grass-roots political debate in Hungary than here in America. Less soft totalitarianism, less censorship. The society is more confident in its opinions. That doesn't mean it's always on the right track, but the exchanges feel more natural.

However, at the prime ministerial level, the dearth of debate is glaring. There is no way to dance around that, it's a river that must be crossed, horses and all.
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I get Sullivan on this. He's a gay guy that wants to live in peace with a society that is mostly not-gay and gets well that requires compromise. When he sees trans radicalism, he knows the pendulum can swing back very violently and it freaks him out. I feel for him.

I know non-WASPs who get freaked out when they hear progressives say the equivalent of "see, you're being replaced! This fine non-white person right here is going to replace you! This is the beautiful future of our country!"

Non-white guy: "I don't want to fight with the white dude. Thanks for painting a target on our backs, buddy..."
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    MPC
    And I get Sullivan changing his mind over time. I remember telling you 4 and 5 years ago, you were overblowing things, normal people aren't this way, etc.

    I don't think that now. Covid changed my mind about the left. Nothing they did was normal. It was the culmination of years of increased obsession with Trump, a President whose policy balance was hardly different from Obama, that turned them in to a full-fledged cult.

    I think you are right about left radicalism, though hopefully underestimating our ability to push it back in to the sea.
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Hershey making their cookies and creme progressively worse over the years, but putting a trans on the wrapper to try to hawk plastic and sawdust posing as chocolate, is kind of funny really.

So brave, such capitalism.
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    ncube7
    ncube7
    I agree. Hershey has destroyed chocolate in America, so it is fitting that they now woke up their candy wrapper. The All American Candy Bar has been replaced by a fake. Fake candy bar, containing fake ingredients, sold by a fake woman and a fake message. It's perfect... The All American Woke sugary wax bar.
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Fran Macadam
Fran Macadam
The more that perversities spring, more coins in the coffers ring.
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Theodore Iacobuzio
Theodore Iacobuzio
Hershey's is still better than Nestle's, though as a confection a Mounds bar beats them all. Bye bye Kisses, however. The recipe for chocolate cake (it involves boiling water) on the label of the Hershey's cocoa tin is the best. My grandfather worked at Radio City Music Hall and the concession guy on the lower level used to slip him Hershey bars destined for me. So another nice memory goes down the toilet.
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    ncube7
    ncube7
    Mounds bars are really good.
    (They come from good, Christian Armenians at the Peter Paul Candy Company.)
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