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Multi-Cult is a Tribe
I was climbing my twitter wall yesterday when I came upon a tweet from WaPo titled "The Daily 202: Gianforte’s victory after assaulting reporter reflects rising tribalism in American politics" which I thought might be interesting so I cyber-surfed on over to the home page. "Rising tribalism" was on full display and while the editors of this news source are clearly concerned with the Trump Tribe they seem oblivious (maybe empathetic) to the multitude of "tribes" that comprise their readership. The Trump voter is clearly seen as a threat to pencil-necked nerd journalists (from The Guardian no less) and for good reason - The people of this country despise the contemporary journalist.
But reporters don't hold other, more dangerous tribes, to the same standards - examples from yesterdays home page include Opium from the Taliban tribe, National financial ruin from the Puerto Rican tribe, murder and rape but the MS-13 tribe, wistful memories by the JFK tribe (hey, you left out ISIS). The mind reels when you see a warm nostalgia piece detailing JFK's birthday on the presidential yacht and his attempted adultery with the editors wife just above a snarky piece ridiculing the Trump marriage. Who, exactly, is the tribalist here?

Steve Turley explains:
Multi-Culturalism is a Culture. There's no getting around it and it's a lousy culture because it has no soul and is pathologically self-destructive. It deserves the body slam.

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