This week, I have decided to have a more proactive and kinder to my brain mindset this week. Now that I’ve written it down, it will happen.

What I would like to write about today, is the Right Wing Projection. It may be the most annoying thing about bigotry, in general. My mum and talk about that a lot, because we can’t believe that these “grown ups” are that intentionally dumb.

I was inspired to write about this after seeing another, quiet frankly, dumb, article. I don’t want to post it, it’s so dumb. A tv breakfast “news” station person had a whine about how Australia has changed. Over what? A woman was complaining that the council was going to fine her, after she put up a basketball hoop on a nature strip. I’m going to post some pictures of what a nature strip is…Tell me if you can see what the problem might just be, other than the council owns all of that.

Nature strips are either next too, or close to the road.

I’m sitting there thinking to myself why couldn’t she one, put it in her backyard? Or two, why couldn’t she put up over the car port like everyone else. Why does she just HAVE to put it up next to the road? They were complaining about how Australia’s changed, they use to play in the streets all the time. Yeah, and now when someone has an accident on those nature strips, the council has to pay up. Which means YOUR rates go up, and you know that they’d complain about that.

One doofus even said “Councils should stay out of our lives! They should only mow lawns, and tidy public rubbish bins” I’m like “Sorry, mow lawns? Like nature strips?” Councils don’t mow lawns here, maybe in fancy areas. They do however mow and take care of nature strips.


I won my battle

Oh my goodness, I was so proud of myself over the past weekend.

In case the Murdoch gossip rags hadn’t let you all know, after Salman Rushdie was stabbed. Other authors received death threats, as well. The most well knows was you-know-who. The lovely Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat. Asked other authors who else had received death threats. She made mention of a friend of hers, who had received an odd death threat only the day before, Salman Rushdie’s.

(By the way, did you all hear that the guy who stabbed him. He only read two pages of “The Satanic Verses,”) What a ninny!

Anyway, for some reason only known to themselves, the entire transphobic cult, decided that Joanne Harris mocking Rowling, and was trying to silence her…By asking the question, which authors had received death threats.

Apparently they have already tried to get Joanne Harris, sacked. For being part of a letter that supported trans people. Joanne Harris is the Director, for the Society of Authors, and a popular one two boot.

I actually follow Joanne Harris on the Insta. I don’t know where she lives, but her photos are magical. So when it first happened, I actually argued with the TERFs. I had no idea what they were talking about, because this all went down on Twitter. From what I read though, they all thought Harris was mocking Rowling. I know what about, but, they would never admit it.

This past weekend, I liked another one of her pictures and there were a couple of TERFS harassing her again. Instead of “arguing” with them, I just blocked them instead. It was SO hard to not respond, because it’s all so stupid. But that’s why I didn’t. Because it is all SO stupid. These are all “grown adults” harassing a woman for asking her fellow authors, what kind of death threats they got.

For the last two-three years, the Rowling Cult, have been going on and on and on and on…about how Rowling gets 10’s of death threats a day. Yet, when they show you the “death threats”, they’re crude, yes, but not threats, let alone death ones. A couple of times I’ve asked when are the court cases, because death threats are serious. There’s never been one…and Rowling seems to have actually gotten an legitimate death threat.

So I’m thinking, the reason why they’re accusing Harris of “mocking” Rowling, is because…

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Salman Rushdie wasn’t the first novelist to suffer an assassination attempt by someone who hadn’t read their book