The Internet has dubbed the horrible, loud, screeching SJW sweathog who loudly screamed “FUUUUUUCCKKKKKK YOUUUU!” at a female speaker at a recent University of Massachusetts Amherts event in order to gag those with whom she disagreed – namely conservative vlogger Steven Crowder and the ever intrepid and hilarious British journalist Milo Yiannopoulos – Trigglypuff.
In case you were wondering what a Trigglypuff is – its an ingenuous combination of a trigger, which is the Social Justice Whiners’ word du jour denoting their trauma caused by… well… everything and Jigglypuff – a pink, round Pokemon creature with gargantuan eyes and a weird looking curl on its head.
But whereas, Jigglypuff is a harmless – if somewhat weird – creature whose superpower, or whatever you want to call it, is a “cute charm,” Trigglypuff is an awful, obnoxious, fugly, entitled sow who has become an Internet sensation after she famously accused Yiannopoulos, Crowder, and host Christina Hoff Summers of bringing “hate speech” to the campus.
What followed was an Internet storm the likes of which I haven’t seen in a long time. Trigglypuff’s tantrum provided oodles of entertaining graphics that ranged from hilarious to downright mean. But no one – NO ONE – can claim Trigglypuff didn’t deserve the mockery and consternation, and not just because of her flapping arm fat, freakish hair bun, and loud, cacophonous caterwauling caused by an inability to tolerate any opinion that differs from hers.
It’s because Trigglypuff here is an obvious symptom a disease – a highly contagious illness that has infested our schools and threatens to destroy every shred of common sense, intellectual rigor, honesty, courage, and integrity – not just on our college campuses, but our society writ large.
Trigglypuff’s real name is Cora Segal. She is a student at Hampshire College, whose online dating profile includes gems such as:
I’m a college student in western Massachusetts studying radical leftist, anti-capitalist politics. Anarcho-communism, feminism, and body positivity are what I’m super passionate about.
I spend my time thinking about:
Checking my privileges.
Dreaming of a post-revolutionary society.
If I were an animal, I’d be a manatee because they’re basically giant sea teddy bears!
Cora Segal also spends her time telling people how being fat is awesome, how Ronald Reagan basically “fucked things up” for fat people, and how communism is the ideal system for hogs like her. You think I’m kidding?
Two years ago, Swarthmore College (thank dog, I got waitlisted and ultimately didn’t go there!) hosted a “Fat Justice and Feminism” seminar, in which Cora Segal – before she became famous as Trigglypuff – told students how, among other things I mentioned above, the Body Mass Index was invented by white supremacists.
The seminar was taught by feminist activists Cora Segal and Nicole Sullivan, who describes herself as an “angry, man-hating lesbian,” according to Campus Reform.[…]
It… was chronicled by Paige Willey, a correspondent for The Swarthmore Independent, who was unpersuaded by the duo’s “litany of strawmen” and “unscientific approach.”
Willey transcribed some of Segal and Sullivan’s worst arguments, including their unsubstantiated attack on Reagan and promotion of the idea that obesity is healthy:
- Ronald Reagan is partially responsible for all suffering of fat people, as he “f*cked everything up.” [No specific evidence about Reagan’s perverse policies or animosity toward obese people was offered.]
- “Overweight people live longer. They’re better protected from heart disease.” [By using the term “overweight,” they skirted the fact that this does not apply to obese people; rather, it refers to those slightly overweight as opposed to extremely thin.]
Sullivan and Segal also explored the notion that communism and socialism were superior economic systems to capitalism, because capitalism promotes the oppression of fat people and the tyranny of healthy eating.
You just can’t make this shit up!
Trigglypuff is representative of all that is wrong with today’s society. You know why she thinks communism and socialism are superior to capitalism for fat people? Because she doesn’t like effort. She is too lazy to expend the effort to lose weight or be healthy, so she’d rather turn reality upside down and blame the rest of society for not accepting her unhealthy lifestyle.
Capitalism is effort and work. “From each according to ability, and to each according to need” allows her to remain a lazy, disgusting swine, while everyone toils to support her.
Cora is a miserable human being. She was probably teased mercilessly in school because of her weight, but rather than make the effort to do anything about it, she wants to normalize morbid obesity, so she doesn’t feel alone. She wants others to join her in her misery, so that she can look around and know she’s not the only one.
She doesn’t want to work to lose weight. She’d rather everyone else accept her nauseating indolence as virtue.
She doesn’t want to make an effort at progress. She’d rather pull everyone back to where she is.
And she’s willing to spread lies about people’s health to accomplish those goals and shout down those who dare to disagree.
Cora is symptomatic of others who, instead of working to improve, want you to worship their inadequacies.
She is no different from those who, instead of putting in effort to overcome their disabilities and achieving in spite of them, demand that you glorify their oozing sores, their ugliness, their mediocrity, their lack of drive, and their incompetence as virtues.
She wants to destroy reality by shoving her repugnant rolls in your face and forcing you to accept them as beautiful.
She wants adulation without effort, much like her socialist and communist ilk want earnings without work.
And she’s willing to silence those with opposing views to get it.
Cora is an ugly, repugnant human being – not because she’s fat, but because she’s a lazy, repulsive troll, who works to destroy strong, intelligent, effective, skilled women by advancing her idea of feminism – an ignorant, lackadaisical, insignificant sow who demands respect without earning it.
Trigglypuff, may be entertaining on the surface, but she’s a frightening reminder of the disease in our society that rewards incompetence, ugliness, and sloth.