Narcissistic Activist Says Israel & the U.S. have 'No Right to Exist,' 'We've Been Trying to End Y'all'

Nick Kangadis | May 14, 2024

The pure narcissism of activists thinking that their ideas are somehow new and “revolutionary” is laughable. We know their indoctrinators/professors are the ones that planted the seeds of radicalism and hate in their easily manipulated psyches. So it comes as no surprise to see and hear one of these activists put their overinflated ego on display, as if they’re preaching some kind of enlightenment to rest of us when, those of us with great BS detectors, can sniff right through that garbage.

Yet another female activist showered her toxic femininity all over the internet recently by saying that both Israel and the U.S. have “no right to exist,” because they are “settler” colonies.

“I believe Israel has no right to exist. I believe the United States has no right to exist,” the activist said. “I believe every settler colony who has committed genocide against native peoples, against indigenous people, has no right to exist. I believe in a free Palestine from the river to the sea.”

Isn’t that precious? In one breath, this moron speaks against genocide, while in the very next sentence says she believes “in a free Palestine from the river to the sea.” So, you are for genocide, but only when the people you support do it. Got it.

You hear a lot of this crap on college campuses, and it’s nothing new. She’s not saying anything profound. Although, the way she delivers her drivel, you’d think she’s speaking in absolutes.

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The truth?

She’s speaking in Marxism — pure, unadulterated Marxism. She’s not “revolutionary.” She’s a carbon copy of activists from days gone by — diatribes we’ve heard a thousand times before. And to be honest, it’s tired.

This activists speaks with such passion, and in that respect, I can appreciate that. It’s the ego and of thinking that’s the only way to think that’s tired. It’s the self-righteous and smug way in which she delivers her sermon that proves she’s nothing more than the brands of hate we’ve seen time and time again over the decades and centuries.

As Joey Swoll would say, ‘You need to do better.’ Think for yourself instead of parroting what’s been taught to you and ingrained into the fibers of your being. Believe what you want, but maybe, just maybe, have a little humility about yourself.

Then again, hate doesn’t understand humility. It only knows hubris.


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