Dear Monica Lewinsky - You Are No Victim.
You've no doubt heard that that Mrs. Blue Dress herself, has joined Twitter this week. Why? I'm not quite sure. Knowing the interwebz, there's only one way for this to end. That's not the story though. The real story to be found here requires a little bit of digging into here recent speech at the Forbes "30 Under 30 Summit". She spoke,
But back then, in 1995, we started an affair that lasted, on and off, for 2 years. And, at that time, it was my everything. That, I guess you could say, was the golden bubble part for me; the nice part. The nasty part was that it became public. Public with a vengeance.
So Monica, the extramarital affair... was the "nice" part? Okay...
Thanks to the Internet and a website that at the time, was scarcely known outside of Washington DC but a website we all know today: the Drudge Report, within 24 hours I became a public figure ... Overnight, I went from being a completely private figure to a publicly humiliated one. I was Patient Zero.
Here, she's right. This was the first time that the internet managed to circumvent the gatekeepers of the liberal media. It was a monumental moment for news media and yes, humiliating for Lewinsky... as it should be for all home wreckers. Now this next quote is the real kicker, because it's the defining moment of the speech, where Lewinsky bravely attempts to play the "victim" card.
Actually, what we really need is a cultural revolution. Online, we’ve got a compassion deficit – an Empathy Crisis, and something tells me that matters a lot more to most of us.
Firstly, I agree with Lewinsky. The internet does have a "compassion deficit." As previously stated in my videos, before the internet, nobody would physically walk up to me and called me a "jew-f*g." On youtube, it's a daily occurrence. People have definitely become disconnected from the portion of their soul responsible for empathy, losing it to the thrilling rush of anonymity forever.
You know who else suffers from a compassion deficit? Cheating floozies. Chubby tarts who flippantly bed somebody else's husband with no regard for that man's wife, children or their reputations. Harlots who unremorsefully, publicly consider their extra-marital affairs to be "the nice part." What could possibly be less empathetic than that?
The big idea is this: the internet didn't create the "empathy crisis." The internet is merely a symptom of a culture in utter moral decay. It's purely a more accessible manifestation of bad people doing bad things. People like Monica Lewinsky (and of course, Bill Clinton).
See this is a hard concept for leftists like Lewinsky to accept. They'd rather blame the tool, not themselves. They'd rather live in a world where cheating on one's wife isn't that bad, but reporting on it is. They'd rather live in a world where right and wrong are all blurred, but hurting someone's feelings is the ultimate offense. That world makes it a lot easier for a home-wrecking, cheating, lying, unpaid prostitute to look in the mirror and instead of facing themselves, say...
... damn Twitter.
NOTE: Before you accuse me of "slut-shaming," allow me to clarify. Lewinsky acted like a slut... and she should be ashamed.