An Evening With the “Rape Me First, Kill Me Last” Crowd

“Leaving the house was my first mistake.”

That’s an old running gag on my blog (along with “Apartheid: Was it all bad?” and “Journalists: Your moral and intellectual superiors!”). It’s not just that I’m a demi-agoraphobic introvert with palsied social skills. It’s that when I do go out, the “out” I go into is Toronto.

  • Oil and beef

    Right on! Love it.

  • Dana Garcia

    “Leaving the house was my first mistake.”


    “Leaving the house without a couple stiff drinks to face a gaggle of liberals was my first mistake.”

    Just a suggestion for coping…

  • Maggat

    That Kathie is quite the gal. I agree with her approx 150%.

  • This is why we need a zombie apocalypse.

  • richfisher

    Nice Squirrel-in-bicycle-shorts job over at the disqus mandatory area at Taki.

    I would have loved to help heckle the CBC next door crowd with you and Kathie.
    Good job!

    I watched the whole thing and was amazed at how retarded Louise Arbour is.
    Is there any Canadian more respected by the Globalist transnational progressive crowd (Liberals)?
    What a narrow minded idiot!

    I also couldn’t help thinking of what would happen if that BBC bangled, purple booted fruit walked and posed like he did on stage in Molmo or Moolbeek.

  • Waffle

    Excellent piece, Kathy. Small victory for the “con” side at the end, but like you, I am pessimistic and doubt if it will hold, although a small glimmer of reason seemed to penetrate the KoolAde crowd, so you never know.

  • kkruger71

    So much of the pro-migrant side of the argument boiled down to “You shouldn’t say or think that”, just couched in softer language. Just like many other left-wing points, letting them win or get away with the topic will eventually mutate that into “You can’t say or think that”.
    Getting tired of the “You’re looking at it wrong” reasoning on the left, which only seems to be increasing over time. At least int the 90s they tended to follow that up with a random collection of facts and figures to try and justify their position. Now they seem to just state their position, misrepresent and mock your character and position, say you shouldn’t look at it the way you do, then repeat their initial position. Lather, rinse, repeat.

  • felis gracilis

    The audience she describes sounds like a CBC-addled crowd that definitely needs to meet some real migrants.

  • disqusW6sf

    Good stuff. Certainly expressed how I felt during the debate.

  • simus1

    I don’t believe arbour & Co’s PC non debating dismissive style stopped at their imputing that the right was bringing the vile truth to boost their supposedly uncontrollable racism. To the leftists, all wrongdoing by third worlders anywhere in the world is a legacy of racist white colonialism. When confronted by her own words about South Sudan atrocities by arabs against blacks she had no cover story to turn things around without getting bogged down in crazy talk or even worse, being “misunderstood”.