We love you, South Park. I know, I know a lot of people on the Right aren’t entirely aware of just how strong the libertarian streak of South Park creators really is, but this season premier left no doubt.
We were expecting the season premiere of South Park to make fun of Donald Trump. Instead, they unloaded on leftist SJWs and how ridiculous PC culture is.
You need to watch the whole episode, but this scene where Cartman stands up to P.C. Principal really highlights what’s up.
What did you just say?
You mean about keeping your d*** out?
“Capiche”? You’re associating Italian-Americans to intimidation tactics? You better watch your microaggressions, bro.
O-kay. Look, you don’t want to end up like the spokesman for Subway, do you?
Did you just use a term that excludes women from an occupation?! Did you just say spokesman instead of spokesperson when women are just as capable of selling sandwiches as anyone?! Are you purposely trying to use words that assert your male privilege?! No, I’m sorry! I was just trying to frame you for raping Butters! Do you think Italian-Americans and women are less important?! Oh, God! You dare to use words that alienate two communities of people who have to deal with verbal biases like yours on a daily basis?!
And then he proceeds to beat the crap out of him.
Of course, the left fails to see the irony in the oppressed, “marginalized minoroties” now becoming bullies themselves, but South Park gets it.
Also, if you watch the whole episode, you’ll see that nothing South Park portrays is even that far-fetched. Politically Correct SJW culture is beyond parody at this point. Let’s take a look at the list.
There’s no such thing as gender (or men or women).
Saying that there’s such thing as gender is hate-speech.
Everyone in 2015 is more racist than ever (despite electing a black president).
Trannies are to be praised as heroes, while Chris Kyle is a war criminal.
There is “no correlation between bodyweight and disease nor overall health.” So stop fat-shaming.
Men oppress women with their standards of beauty. Women shouldn’t have to make themselves up to be beautiful… unless they’re a tranny.
Non-transgenders from here forth are to be referred to as “cis.” If you simply say “I’m normal” or “I’m not trans” this is hate-speech.
Finally, if you disagree with any of the previous points, you’re a racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic fat-shaming patriarchist. There can be no other conclusion.
Yep, South Park gets it.