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Semi-Nazi pickup artists blame Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover on “ruthless agents of Zion”

Caitlyn Jenner. (Not pictured: The Jews.)
Caitlyn Jenner. (Not pictured: The Jews.)

I doubt you would be terribly shocked if I told you that fans of the misogynistic not-quite-Nazi pickup guru Roosh Valizadeh aren’t exactly celebrating Caitlyn Jenner’s appearance on the cover of Vanity Fair. And they’re not: on the Roosh V forum, the regulars have filled a five-page-and-still-growing thread with predictably transphobic outbursts –“Kill it with fire” gifs, references to Jenner not as a “she” or even a “he” but an “it,” emphatic announcements of “would not bang.”

You might be a little surprised, though — as I was — to discover that some of these lovely fellows are blaming the whole thing on … the Jews. 

As one commenter, who calls himself Haig, sees it, the whole thing is part of a dastardly, “degenerate,” anti-heterosexual plot:

Vanity fair is just a modern day carnival act with its “main attraction” being unveiled like Frankenstein’s monster…

Mental illness and degeneracy being celebrated on a global scale.

Bruce Jenner is just another “useful idiot” being used to push an anti masculine/heterosexual/family agenda.

He’ll no doubt kill himself in 5 years.

Rhino points the blame directly at what he calls the “ruthless agents of Zion” running Vanity Fair:

2015 is the year of the continuation of that same old sick postmodern cultural agenda rammed down America’s (and by cultural imperialism extension – the world’s) throats.

Unsurprisingly, executing that funny business are ruthless agents of Zion.

The Vanity Fair cover, with that quasi-ambiguous exposed crotch shown front and center in our faces was photographed by Leibovitz (notice how they couldn’t cover that thing in dress or skirt, as that would not make as strong trolling impact.) While glowing, indeed gushing article was written by Bissinger* (mother’s maiden name Lebenthal). The Vanity Fair magazine is owned by parent company Conde Nast. The chairman of Conde Nast is Samuel Irving Newhouse Jr. (mother’s maiden name Epstein).

Over on Chateau Heartiste, also run by an almost-Nazi PUA guru, commenters are making similar insinuations. One resident anti-Semite complains that

There are those who have the nerve to call “confirmation bias” whenever I bring up the Tribe…..

“But but but, Vanity Fair is a publication full of Jews, so it doesn’t mean anything!”

Corvinus jokes that

Their running “Vanity” Fair is rather funny, considering that they tend to be as ugly as a mud fence.

Others suggest that Jenner is merely pretending to transition, doing it all for cash. Contemplating “[t]he smug bitch look on a man’s face,” a commenter who ironically calls himself ‘Reality’ Doug argues, a bit incoherently, that

Either it is the world’s best actoreesh [sic] making a shit load of money, or it is a deranged attention whore proud of itself. I don’t understand how most humanoids can’t figure out this is propaganda on a tax farm: total fucking insanity made mundane. The elites do good work, I must admit. I hope some future restorers of sanity will likewise do quality work.

Johncorvus, evidently able to make some sense of that comment, gives Doug props for a “great fucking post,” adding that

Sometimes I forget that most people don’t know it’s propaganda, and probably an actor (who never intends to get the surgery done)

Yeah, I’m sure that’s it.

Somehow this reaction gif seems strangely appropriate.

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proxieme
proxieme
5 years ago

@EJ – The scary thing is that I don’t think it is. I think this person just doesn’t like “thinker” shows (or is perhaps doing an awful job at trolling).

Falconer
5 years ago

Oh my, proxieme, that song’s going to be stuck in my head all day. I’ll try it out on my two-year-olds this evening.

Those reviews are just … wow.

And good on yer for battling the Spider Kingdom. Some of my friends think drow are over-rated, but I think they’re some of the most iconic Dungeons & Dr … oh, wait, you meant real spiders.

Sorry.

(Drow are still good in small doses.)

EJ (The Other One)
EJ (The Other One)
5 years ago

@proxieme:
Congrats with your misandering!

I think I’m going to adopt Mr. Mann’s review of The Man in the High Council as a shorthand for much of the complaining and anti-intellectualism one sees when discussing culture. It sums up so much #GG stuff, so much right wing stuff, and so much of the cultural-sterility stuff you see on the internet generally. The unquestioned belief that “thinker show” and “entertainment” are non-overlapping sets is one which tells us an enormous amount about the assumptions behind our culture and I’ve never seen it stated that concisely before.

Kudos, Jason Mann. Whomever you are, you are the great unsung poet of your tribe. Your tribe may be a bunch of dumbfuck beer-swilling villagers who drool over tractor pulls, but they deserve a spokesperson as much as anyone, and now they have one. I salute you.

banned@4chan.org
banned@4chan.org
5 years ago

Caitlyn Jenner looks really, really good in those photos. But part of me suspects she only looks so good because of Photoshop. It feels ‘phobic to say that out loud though.

Falconer
5 years ago

@banned@4chan.org: I think everybody gets ‘shopped, to be honest, women more than men.

alaisvex
alaisvex
5 years ago

Wow, it seems that the manosphere just keeps giving me more and more evidence that the Jews are totally awesome.

alaisvex
alaisvex
5 years ago

Also, proxiemme, does Scott Rhodes not know that the Soviet Union also harshly persecuted Jews?

sn0rkmaiden
5 years ago

I just read that some horrible person has started up an online petition to request that Jenner return her Olympic medals, on the grounds that if she was a woman all along she won them fraudulently.

I went on to the petition and reported it to Chang.org as inappropriate.

Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Banana Jackie Cake, for those who still want to call me "Banana", "Jackie" or whatever)
Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Banana Jackie Cake, for those who still want to call me "Banana", "Jackie" or whatever)
5 years ago

@sn0rkmaiden

That…doesn’t even make sense.

How would that even be cheating? Like, are they saying that she slept with the judges or something.

I’m confused.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
5 years ago

@Sn0rk & Panda

Sadly, they probably have a case. The Olympics and similar events have a long history of being really bigoted against trans and intersex people.

alaisvex
alaisvex
5 years ago

But…but…but…don’t they think that women are too weak to compete with men? If their argument holds water, wouldn’t she have been competing at a disadvantage and still winning thereby making her accomplishments even more impressive?

sparky
sparky
5 years ago

I just read that some horrible person has started up an online petition to request that Jenner return her Olympic medals, on the grounds that if she was a woman all along she won them fraudulently.

Aaaand ::facepalm::

Screw it. Here’s some animals with soothing music:

sn0rkmaiden
5 years ago

@pandapool,

the logic the petitioner is using is that because Jenner has stated that she was always a woman, means that she shouldn’t have competed in the Olympics as a man.

I hope it gets taken down, as it can’t be justified as anything other than spite, and Chang.org is not meant to be about settling scores.

Paradoxical Intention
5 years ago

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs | June 3, 2015 at 3:52 am
@PI

Yeah, Nintendo’s YouTube policies are awful and nobody can defend that, but I can’t blame them too much for the Amiibo shortage. That’s more the scalpers’ and thieves’ fault than Nintendo’s. Of course, it still sucks (I want a Rosalina, fucking #GamerGate), but eh.

Actually, Nintendo made a statement that said they didn’t make that many because they didn’t expect Amiibos to be popular, despite the fact that, y’know, they were marketed to be so.

“Right from the outset we hoped that Amiibo would be strong, but even our expectations have been smashed,” Nintendo UK’s James Honeywell told MCV. “With a unique line-up of iconic characters that are loved by so many people, it really has been unprecedented.”

“We hope to do a better job of satisfying these needs in the future with more stock, and, while there are always going to be some times when we can’t on certain characters, I suspect that is also part of the appeal.”

He adds that the demand for amiibo figurines has “seen demand exceed supply in some areas,” but assures that some of the more rare figures can still be found on store shelves.

Personally, I’d think that Nintendo should limit how many a single person can buy, so assholes don’t buy up 600 Rosalinas out of spite because they hate that character and don’t want anyone else to have them.

Rox-Illuminati
Rox-Illuminati
5 years ago

I think it’s about time to become an official regular and post my first comment. Over on Fundies Say the Darndest Things I post as “Yuu”, so you may call me that as well as by the name I’ll use here. Now that my introduction is out of the way…

I still haven’t gotten my official LGBTQ Gay Agenda mission letter, and if we’re in league with the Jews I don’t know why they haven’t sent me anything yet either.

I mean I’ve been sending Morris Code messages to the nearest Synagogue in hopes of getting into their cabal so we can destroy white Heterosexual Men together, what do I need to do to be excepted by The Conspiracy?

proxieme
proxieme
5 years ago

@Falconer – My kiddo calls it “the pirate song”. I’m fairness, the imaginary friend does go, “Ar, ar, ar, ar!”

Did you ever download that free copy of The Legend of Drzzt?

(*squints* Was it here that I mentioned that?)

proxieme
proxieme
5 years ago

@EJ – That’s such a refreshing way of viewing it.
Kudos indeed, Jason Mann.

@alaisvex – I don’t think that any of those reviewers are aware of anything much, really -_-

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

Re: that stupid petition, a friend on Facebook suggested a Change.org petition to make Change.org stop any petition based on teh stoopid.

I can totally get behind THAT…

Carayak
Carayak
5 years ago

@proxieme

I’ve seen somebody say “the Nazis were not known for torture” and mean it. Well, now I get to cross THAT one off of my bucket list.

weirwoodtreehugger
5 years ago

What? The Nazis weren’t known for torture? Did they never hear of Joseph Mengele? I knew about him 6th grade.

Paradoxical Intention
5 years ago

proxieme | June 3, 2015 at 7:14 pm
@Falconer – My kiddo calls it “the pirate song”. I’m fairness, the imaginary friend does go, “Ar, ar, ar, ar!”