Trigger Warning for Snowflakes: Ten More of the World's Slimmest Volumes

Lindsay Perigo's picture
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2020-09-15 06:20

1) My Credentials, by Dr. Greta Thunberg

2) Proof that Climate Change Is Person-Made, by E. C. Onatsi

3) Grappling Group-Think, by The [anti]-NZ Herald

4) Separating Reportage from [exceptionally asinine] Opinion, by The DumbPost

5) Our Commitment to Objectivity, by National [Socialist] Radio

6) Eschewing Hypocrisy: Obeying My Own Edicts, by Princess Pelosi, aka Nancy Antoinette. (Audio-book unavailable because of intrusive hair-dryer noise)

7) A Guide to Peaceful Rioting, Looting, Burning and Killing, by Only Black Lives Matter and PROFA. Foreword by the New Zealand School of Music

8 ) How Cop-Killing Empowers Musicians, by the New Zealand School of Music. Foreword by Only Black Lives Matter and PROFA. Back-story:

Black Lives Matter

The New Zealand School of Music—Te Kōkī affirms its support for the goals of the Black Lives Matter movement, and its commitment to addressing systemic racism, injustice, and violence. We've been having discussions as a School as to how we can best open our ears to the conversations taking place at the moment, and are thinking about ways we can take action against any institutional racism within our walls. As these discussions continue, our programmes have come up with some immediate actions they are taking to bring about change.

The Music Studies programme commits to reviewing our curriculum and research practices to de-center whiteness and prioritize anti-racist approaches in music education and music studies more broadly. This will include examining the content, approaches, and perspectives taught in all of our courses, and more action is to come.

9) Rap Without "Motherfucker" 101, by the New Zealand School of Music

10) How Lockdowns Are Not Leninist, by Lyin' Hidin' Biden, Nancy Antoinette and Jacinda Podesta.


Mr_Lineberry's picture

Brilliant Lindsay!

Best way to treat the filth is to satirize and humiliate them

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