Buried within an essay by Patrick Henningsen is this little gem:
In a way which you can only do when you’ve got the moral high ground, Iranians took the PR initiative following Trump’s self-owning comments, with Iranian cleric, Shahab Moradi, saying that Iran might ‘struggle to hit-back’ at a comparable US hero to General Soleimani, as the US only has “fictional” heroes. “Think about it. Are we supposed to take out Spiderman and Sponge Bob?”, quipped Moradi.
Other competitors for the place of ‘modern American hero’ might be NFL quarterbacks and American Idol winners, which is just another way of saying that there is no one in the American Empire who compares with the stature of Gen Soleimani in Iran - a terrible indictment of American ‘culture’.
Truly, it is time for the South to leave the cesspool of America for cleaner cultural climes, in which she can admire her own heroes and raise new ones after their ensample without the violent tantrums of neo-Puritan SJWs, the ignorant commentary of right-wing talk radio hosts, etc., to harass her.
Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!
Anathema to the Union!