StoneToss: Episode 15

But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also. 
- Matthew 5:39

Comic Name: Martyr
Description: N/A
Mouseover: But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also. – Matthew 5:39
Image Name: christian-conservative-comic.png
Originally Published: 10/20/17

What The Comic Is: A man busts through the door of his local congressman’s office/purgatory void, crying in alarm at how the slippery slope of gay wedding cakes has resulted in wanton child transgenderism. The congressman asserts that Christian conservatives must do as they always do; ask what Jesus would do. The congressman is then crucified by a crowd of people as a gay pride and antifa flag fly proudly over lumpy grey hills in the background. 

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That Christian conservatives are victims and that the time for them to ‘play nice’ or be passive, as per the instructions of Jesus Christ, are over; elsewise the radical tide of hate groups like gay people and anti-fascists will be their undoing. 

Why It’s fucking Stupid: Okay lads and ladettes, let’s all be real with each other. We all know 
StoneToss is an idiot, right? This isn’t a secret to anyone? No? Good. Because this one is really stupid. I find myself describing at least half of StoneToss’s publications as “exceptionally stupid”, which begs yet another fundamental question concerning StoneToss; is stupidity of this level still ‘exceptional’ of StoneToss when he does it almost half the time?

Whatever. A question for another time, perhaps. For now, let’s focus on Exhibit A: StoneToss’s victim mentality. The first panel of the comic has a worried citizen barging in on his congressman so StoneToss can try pretending (outright lying) that a slippery slope exists between gay civil rights and people projecting transexualism onto their children (it doesn’t). The second and third panels has the congressman stating “the same thing we always do, ask ourselves what would Jesus do”? This paints conservative Christians in a super innocent light, as if they’re not the demographic of people constantly protesting in hatred against homosexuality (among many other things), directly supporting or committing ‘gay conversion’ therapies, abusing men, women and children alike within their church communities, physically assaulting women who attempt to visit abortion clinics, etc.

This isn’t to say that all Christians are bad. That is not what I believe, nor what is really true. It’s perfectly possible to be religious and inclusive of everyone, especially if one goes by contemporary and comparatively modern New Testament versions of “Jesus Loves” Christianity. However, acting like conservative Christians are somehow always turning the other cheek and peacefully allowing gays to exist is not only so far removed from the truth that it would make Adolf Hitler blush and giggle, but it’s just downright idiotic. What kind of idiot would honestly try to pass off the conservative Christian base as being a bunch of peaceful pacifists?! Oh right, StoneToss would. I forgot who we were talking about for a second, silly me!

Anyways, the fourth panel ends with the congressman crucified. Just like what Jesus would do, get it? Be crucified for being peaceful and turning the other cheek?? Hahahah don’t you get it?!?!?!. Anyways, “What would Jesus Do?” is a popular adage/bumper sticker that many Christian-types cite as a way of promoting Christ-approved inclusivity and peace (at least in theory; obviously some Christians don’t exactly practice what they mindlessly regurgitate). StoneToss is trying to paint a world (that doesn’t exist) wherein pacifistic conservative Christians can no longer afford to turn the other cheek, as antifa and gay rights ‘terrorize’ those who do so (the comic’s mouse over text is the Bible verse from which the modern saying is derived from; also, lol, seriously, StoneToss? Gay rights is now a violent movement? Fuck off.) 

This is stupid for two reasons. First of all, gay rights is not an extremist or violent group, like, at all. Antifa I can get; that’s at least your boilerplate stupid coming from StoneToss. But, second of all, acting like gay activists are out there physically forcing others to ‘accept the gay’ while also simultaneously acting as if the very base that actually has violently suppressed them in past and present is the one that is being victimized is so u n b e l i e v a b l y stupid. 

Conservative Christians don’t turn the other cheek to gay people. That’s like the linchpin of the fucking issue. If they WERE turning the other cheek, there wouldn’t have been an issue with a Christian baker making a gay wedding cake. StoneToss tries to literally erase factual happenings by suggesting (in the first panel) that Christians peacefully allowed gay wedding cakes to exist instead of, ya know, fighting vehemently against it for years on end. 

Bonus points for depicting conservative Christians as turning the other cheek while also depicting antifa and gay rights activists as crucifying them anyways. What’s the message here? That antifa and gay people just hate religion even though it’s tolerant of them? Of course, in reality, there are many Christians who are opposed to/intolerant of homosexuality, but this is StoneToss’s make-believe world we’re talking about.

Gay people wouldn’t have any beef with Christians if Christians actually acted the way StoneToss depicts them. But StoneToss can’t make a comic strip where Christians turn the other cheek and gay people react the way they really would (happily and peacefully); because then how would he be able to justify his homophobia?! All we “woke” folks care about is the entitled gayz. Why doesn’t anyone ever think of StoneToss and his bigotry :,(

How else would they get laid, tho?

Comic Name: With Friends Like These 
Description: N/A
Mouseover: How else would they get laid, tho?
Image Name: male-feminist-comic.png
Originally Published: 10/24/2017

What The Comic Is: We’re treated to a brief rundown of different predator animals in their natural habitats. StoneToss, ever the naturalist and biologist that he is, treats us to an illustration of a spider that only has six legs. In the fourth panel, a man sweats nervously as he attends a feminist gathering.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That no men are feminists and they’re only doing it to pick up women.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: So basically StoneToss is just suggesting that men can’t be feminist and that they’re only ‘camouflaging’ themselves, as a predator in nature would, to prey upon women in the movement. This is an easy way of invalidating any male feminist, since you can just accuse them of bad faith acting in the interest of hunting p00n. StoneToss also depicts his male feminist with either a tiny cocktail hot dog on his scalp or some kind of weird bald-head-manbun thing akin to a sort of stereotypical Japanese samurai hairstyle.

Basically he’s just attempting to discredit the feminist movement in general by ‘revealing’ male feminists to be only in it for the sex, which would also (on a deeper level) be undermining feminism. Whether StoneToss has the ability of thought required to dig as far down as making a message that feminism therefore can never truly work when one of the sexes is incapable of doing anything other than acting in bad faith is another debate for another day.

StoneToss: Episode 14


Comic Name: Nouvelle Vague
Description: N/A
Mouseover: Sacrebleu 
Image Name: france-comic1.png
Originally Published: 9/26/2017

What The Comic Is: A man shares an uninteresting conversation with a goat. A
 second man urges the first to enjoy their vacation, while he observes the armless locals. After sipping from his cup, the second man basks in the aesthetic of France.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That goats “baa” instead of “bleat”. Goats are not sheep, StoneToss.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: So, full disclosure. This was the first ever StoneToss comic I ever saw, and the first time I came across it I actually laughed. I didn’t know who StoneToss was at the time, nor did I yet know he was Red Panels. I just thought Shmorky was trying his hand at writing Family Guy cutaway gags. Because yeah, this is an offensive and xenophobic comic, but under a lens of irony it’s something that passes well enough as just offensive shock humor. I remember seeing people defend this strip when it first made rounds across the internet, claiming it wasn’t being racist but was just making an offensive joke. I even thought the same; until I googled StoneToss and thus, like the Scooby Gang yanking off the tablecloth hood of yet another asshole in a cartoon ghost costume, unveiled exactly who was behind the comic.

This isn’t just a self-aware and offensive little gag about refugees or immigration (as StoneToss might try passing it off as), he actually has real and personal hatred against what he feels is happening to ‘white civilizations’ in Europe. When Family Guy or South Park make a gag like this, it’s because their liberal and progressively-minded writers are being offensive for comedy. When StoneToss does it, it’s because he’s a shithead.

The comic’s title, “Nouvelle Vague” is translated to English (from French) as “New Wave”. Either this is a reference to the obscure French musical group of the same name, or it’s a reference to what a shithead StoneToss is. Which one could it possibly be?! Use your phone to vote now!

Make Siege Weapons Legal Again

Comic Name: Big Guns
Description: N/A
Mouseover: Make Siege Weapons Legal Again
Image Name: second-amendment-comic1.png
Originally Published: 10/12/2017

What The Comic Is: George Washington worries that future Americans will invent forms of superior firepower. Another, possibly second George Washington, expresses that their canons would be of no match to such hypothetical arms.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Gun Control Bad.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: This comic is poking at the argument that, at the time of the Second Amendment’s drafting, the authors could not have possibly predicted that firearms would go from slow-firing, slow-loading single shot hand canon muskets into machines that could project bullets at a rate of hundreds per minute. The Second Amendment, of course, is the right to bear arms. Granted at the time to ensure the newly minted nation of the USA could be properly armed in case of any type of foreign (or domestic) invasion, many opponents of the USA’s gun laws argue the amendment is outdated. This is something I won’t really get into here, but the gist of this comic is that even though the power of our handguns and rifles has evolved far past what the founding fathers ever thought would happen, our ‘cannons’ (siege, artillery, heavy guns, etc) would also evolve.

Yeah, good job, StoneToss. We have rail guns and tanks and fighter jets and unmanned drones and scientifically bio-engineered cat girls with dicks that we loose upon enemy armies so they’re too busy fucking catdickgirls instead of fighting us (this last one is probably the most controversial modern weapon yet, but this is neither the time nor place to debate such things); so yes, our large arms have powered up next to our small arms.

StoneToss’s argument here is addressing a point that almost no one really makes, because it means he doesn’t have to argue with anybody about it and potentially come to a self-realization that what he said was fucking stupid. No one who is pro-gun control thinks gun-toting second amendment activists can oppose the power and weaponry of the US military (in fact, on the contrary, it’s the other way around; anti-gun control crowds are generally the people who cite their need to be able to defend themselves against their own government). What people who want gun control are worried about is an armed maniac lighting up a school/mall/church full of people; people who don’t have cannons or fighter jets or cat girls with dicks to defend themselves.

What makes this comic exponentially stupid is who StoneToss aimed (lol aim, like with gunz) it at. He isn’t mocking second amendment activists (StoneToss himself is openly pro-gun and in the future would go on to make a couple very obvious pro-gun comics, as we’ll cover here sometime later), but rather he’s trying to frame this as a mockery of pro-gun control. Like he’s trying to say “lmao calm down CUCKS, don’t you know we invented things better than cannons??“. What does that even mean, StoneToss?? WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?!?1/1/1/1/1/1

StoneToss: Episode 13

We're here, we persevere, get over it.

Comic Name: Pride
Description: N/A
Mouseover: We’re here, we persevere, get over it.
Image Name: pride-comic.png
Originally Published: 9/19/2017

What The Comic Is: A man with a horrible skull deformity atop his head poses a question on the validity of feeling prideful. A skeptical onlooker wearing a white pride t-shirt responds with casual dismissal. In the third panel, it is revealed a pride celebration complete with discarded dildos is raging in the background.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Being white is comparable to being gay, and therefore ‘white pride’ is just as valid as ‘gay pride’ and that taking pride in being gay is hypocritical if you don’t support pride in being white. 

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Ah, the classic StoneToss onion comic. It’s always nice when stupidity has layers. First of all, StoneToss is attempting to liken being white to being gay and to highlight some kind of hypocrisy that exists (but doesn’t really exist) when people discredit white pride notions. He straw mans the gay community by having a stand-in for them talk about ‘how it’s dumb to take pride in things you can’t choose’ (no gay person has ever fucking said this) before showing the gay man standing in front of a pride parade. 

I think this second layer is something StoneToss wanted to leave up to reader interpretation; are da gayz just hypocritical and reverse bigots? Or is homosexuality actually a choice which would therefore make being white less of a choice than being gay (i.e., being white is the ‘real’ thing you can’t choose, making it more legitimate to have pride in)? Knowing StoneToss and his advanced state of victim-complex, it’s probably the latter; but it’s very fun and thoughtful of our author to leave this point up to debate. Let the discourse rage on, folks!

For reference, the shirt the guy in the second panel is wearing is a white pride t-shirt. The symbol is a Celtic cross which is formally recognized as a symbol associated with hate groups (the symbol itself doubles as the symbol for ‘white power‘ as well as ‘white pride’.) If you Google image search ‘White Pride Symbol’ you’ll get results that have the same Celtic cross, but with Nazi iconography mixed in with it. This begs yet another interpretation: is StoneToss knowing and aware of the fact he’s associating with a neo-Nazi symbol or is he too stupid to realize that the symbol has roots in Nazi imagery? Vote with your phones now!

StoneToss: Episode 12

Fun Fact: If you're a member of the right (((religion))), you can even get old men to drink blood from the knife wound.

Comic Name: Flesh and Blood
Description: N/A
Mouseover: Fun Fact: if you’re a member of the right (((religion))), you can even get old men to drink blood from the knife wound.
Image Name: transgender-kids-comic1.png
Originally Published: 9/4/2017

What The Comic Is: A woman speaks ill of the practice of giving children hormone treatment. The man she’s speaking with inquires about the condition of her children’s penises, to which the woman responds with a dismissive affirmative.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: jews bad 

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Alright so this is a comic that is almost, aalllmoooost, daring to be intelligent and thoughtful without any bullshit. Unfortunately, StoneToss can’t say anything about a political or societal subject without reminding everyone about how much he hates Jews. Go figure.

While it’s an interesting observation that putting children on hormone treatments bares some strong parallel to circumcision, the mouse over is, obviously, a complaint about the Jewish tradition of Metzitzah B’Peh, an ancient circumcision tradition. In this ceremonial circumcision, the mohel (fancy word for penis-snipper) uses his mouth to orally ‘clean’ the circumcised penis of blood. While this practice is certainly very debatable in modern times, StoneToss wants to make sure everyone is 100% clear on his antisemitism with the inclusion of the “((( )))” triple brackets (which, at the time of the comic’s publishing was a new dog whistle for the ‘exposing’ of Jews, where one would triple bracket the names of Jews online. It was also a browser extension that would automatically place the brackets around Jewish names on webpages).

Whatever feelings you might have on children and hormone treatment, it’s certainly an interesting posit that people will speak out against hormone treatment while circumcising babies without another thought. StoneToss has always been firmly anti-circumcision (even in his work pre-StoneToss), but leave it to StoneToss to somehow flavor such a benign stance with the dingleberry spice of antisemitism.

Edit (2/15/2021): The image name of the comic alludes to StoneToss believing circumcision is akin to forcing transgenderism on boys. Maybe it seems like just a dumb joke at face value, but knowing StoneToss he probably unironically believes that circumcision leads to boys becoming transgender.

StoneToss: Episode 11

affirmative action is a social construct

Comic Name: Social Obstruct
Description: N/A
Mouseover: affirmative action is a social construct
Image Name: social-construct-comic-1
Originally Published: 9/7/2017

What The Comic Is: A woman concludes reading aloud a passage from a book that only has three pages. Coming to the conclusion that race is a social construct, she assures the viewer that next week they will discuss why racial diversity is needed.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That race isn’t a social construct. He actively believes there are significant genetic/biological differences between humans of different geological backgrounds.
Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Ah, StoneToss. Your previous comic was a mere errant whining about affirmative action, yet with this you’ve matured to a much higher intellectual stance. Now you dare to point out the hilarious LiBtArD fallacy that is affirmative action. With the hand of reason you scoop from the shitpile of logic and smear a gooey streak of turd across the false truth that ‘race’ is not a biological fact in humans.
Except no. What StoneToss is trying to say with this comic is that “If race is a social construct (which it is not!) then why does affirmative action exist? After all, if race doesn’t exist then how do we give someone a position based on race lol checkmate“, except affirmative action isn’t necessarily about ‘racial diversity’; It’s about giving historically disadvantaged people a representation they normally would have a much greater challenge of obtaining compared to those who are historically better off. 

“Race” exists insofar as generalized physical attributes exist among different humans. Black pplz and white pplz have different genetic predispositions towards many different things, but it isn’t because they’re drastically different organisms. Rather, it’s because when you take chunks of any population (divided however you want, by distance or otherwise) and then examine their characteristics, you will find a number of differences. This is as true for a man living in the middle of Africa compared to a man living in the middle of Canada as it is for a man on one side of Canada compared to a man on the other. 

So when someone says “race is a social construct”, what they mean is that we’re all humans and that “race” is just a loose form of lumping together different people based on geological backgrounds. They do not mean that black people have not faced severe and institutionalized discrimination based on their skin color and background.
Being clever is hard. Being stupid is easy. Trying to look clever while being so fucking stupid is a form of art. You’re an artist, StoneToss!

StoneToss: Episode 10

what a coincidence minorities are underrepresented in so many profitable companies

Comic Name: In The Black
Description: N/A
Image Name: diversity-hire-comic.png
Originally Published: 9/5/2019

Mouseover: what a coincidence minorities are underrepresented in so many profitable companies
What The Comic Is: A room full of men sit in chairs while flopping their GIANT CUBED PENISES upwards to lay across their bare chests. One of the men draws attention to a profit report and remarks that the company’s earnings are low. As an idea, one of the other men suggests hiring more people of color.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That Affirmative Action = Bad.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: So here we are, the first (but far from the last) time StoneToss makes a comic about Affirmative Action. The policy, or at least a concept of the policy, that would much later be known as Affirmative Action has roots in the USA that go back to the mid-1800’s. In order to give the newly freed slaves of the American south an ability to form independent livelihoods, land and goods from the state of Georgia were proposed to be divided up and granted to them. Though President Andrew “I Make Trump Look Like A Pussy” Jackson later quashed the proposal, it’s been very long understood that you can’t really take disenfranchised people who have nothing and expect them to be okay.

Affirmative Action as it is in the modern USA are different laws and policies that, in a nutshell, require some institutions (such as schools or employers) to accept certain percentages of groups that have faced historic oppression (generally minorities, women and console gamers). Is Affirmative Action a good thing that works? What are its extents? What are the arguments for and against it? Look, those are all really big questions that tricky to answer and require a lot of insight and knowledge on this deep, complex issue. But why discuss anything like that? It’s not like StoneToss’s hottake or understanding is anything other than skin deep!

The mouseover text is StoneToss’s unveiled jab at minorities and how, based on statistical evidence, that it’s a “coincidence” that minorities are underrepresented in profiting companies. Obviously we all know what StoneToss is trying to actually hint at (minorities are lower IQ than caucasians, as proved by “sCiEnCe”), but it’s amusing because he’s making a statement about Affirmative Action (a broad series of fundamentals put into place to give opportunities to demographics that never experienced fair opportunity on macro levels) while musing that minorities are underrepresented in companies. So he unwittingly acknowledges the problem, but was too busy making a lazy comic where the joke is its own punchline to realize how others might notice his own dumbassery. Haha, that’s our StoneToss!

The title of the comic is a reference to companies being ‘in the black’, a business term referring to making profit (which itself is a reference to the color of ink used to record profit/loss back in ye olde times; black was used to record profit and red ink used to record loss, which is also where ‘in the red’ comes from). It is with the title that StoneToss conveniently lets us all know exactly which minority group he’s whining about.

StoneToss: Episode 9

Bootlicker? More like boot Ni-

Comic Name: Black Lives Tattered
Description: Stop hitting yourself
Mouseover: Bootlicker? More like boot Ni-
Image Name: george-floyd-riot-black-lives-matter-political-cartoon.png
Originally Published: 6/2/2020

EDIT: This entry has been edited to include the fact that Floyd’s purposed crime is, at time of writing, yet unconfirmed. 

What The Comic Is: A superhero with the power of stretchability decides all is lost and resolves to commit suicide. Either that or George Floyd is kneeling on his own neck.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That George Floyd deserved to be murdered by unsanctioned police brutality because he allegedly committed a forgery crime and then allegedly resisted arrest.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Alright lads, so I’m breaking form slightly with my upload style. My original plan was to chronicle each StoneToss comic chronological to when he released them but this comic is topical to such a drastic and extreme time in our bottomtext society that I wanted to talk about it now. 
This comic is so fundamentally stupid and victim blaming and pointless and takes StoneToss to such a new height of  pure negative IQ-ity that I couldn’t help but comment on it now. Basically StoneToss is subscribing (as he obviously would) to the thought pattern that George Floyd “did it to himself” by (maybe) being criminal and that the police are therefore absolved of all responsibility for how they handled Floyd’s arrest. This is a very common, and very ineffective, method of trying to flip the situation around on the victim. Floyd wasn’t being brutalized by police! He was being brutalized by his own (unproven) life choices! After all, if you (allegedly) break a law and then (maybe or maybe not, the police don’t seem to care either way) resist arrest, then the officer of the law has no choice but to pin you to the ground by the throat with his knee and then double down on his actions when pleaded to by a group of bystanders. It’s just how the world is supposed to work, after all.

The victim blaming is taken further with the comic’s description, “Stop hitting yourself”, again putting the blame of police brutality on the victim instead of the police. StoneToss seems to posit that excessive or protocol-violating force is okay as long as someone isn’t (maybe) complying with police order.
The mouseover text is implying that people are bootlicking for black people by defending George Floyd, as ‘bootlicker’ is a common insult against individuals who make excuses or justifications for police violence.

Also, worth pointing out that this stupid idea didn’t work without StoneToss redrawing George Floyd several feet away from the cop car despite being right under its rear bumper in the first panel, lol.
Funny enough the title of the comic works as a good pro-BLM phrase. Good work, StoneToss!
Overall this is just one of StoneToss’s stupidest comics (yet!).

StoneToss: Episode 8


Comic Name: Sure Thing
Description: N/A
Image Name: trump-comic-2.png
Originally Published: 8/31/2017

What The Comic Is: A man, in the nude save for a blue tie, asks American President Donald Trump what his stance on racism is. Trump, annoyed, insists that he is against racism and has done so many times in the past. The naked man, not seeming to trust Trump, asks the question again.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Look, the reporter is naked. He visibly has no clothes on, but yet he has the tie. But the tie isn’t around his neck (as a traditional tie-based tie would be) and yet he’s naked, so there’s nothing for a clip-on tie to clip onto except for his skin. Did the reporter pierce his skin to wear the clip-on? Did he glue it to his bare chest? Apparently StoneToss thinks this is how nudist journalists wear their ties.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Trump has officially denounced racism, but the man has embodied the ideology in his manners, speech and actions before and after winning Presidency. Even at the time this comic was produced (mid-2017, only a small ways into Trump’s four year term) it’s dishonestly framing the media as narrative-flippers who hound Trump with the same question over and over. As if to say that if the media can simply question Trump’s stance on racism enough, then that would convince people of Trump’s ‘real’ stance on it (‘real’ in this sense meaning what StoneToss’ assumed real stance is, which is to say that Trump isn’t racist despite the fact Trump has espoused views constantly that are, at the very least, ignorantly racist. Make sense?)

Also, this marks the first time Donald Trump would be pictured in a StoneToss comic.

StoneToss: Episode 7

Nature isn't egalitarian.

Comic Name: State of Mind
Description: N/A
Mouseover: Nature isn’t egalitarian
Image Name: iq-and-race-comic.png
Originally Published: 8/29/2017

What The Comic Is: A woman with arms shows a man without arms her giant pink bean collection. She asks the man (who seems to be, confusingly, named ‘Racist’?) which brain is black and which is white; a trick question, as they are both pink. Racist grows an arm and pulls a graph out of the spaceless, timeless void that comprises his lower half. Admitting he can not tell the difference between the two beans, Racist then questions Say if she’s able to guess which I.Q. distribution is white and which is black based on the provided graph, much to Say’s shock.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: StoneToss has bought into unfounded claims that there is a biological or firmly genetic difference in the capabilities between different types of human beings. Anytime you see an art piece that shows human skeletons or organs to express that on the inside everyone is the same, there is an inconvenient truth out there to undermine it. 

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Okay, here we go. This comic was published in late August 2017, which was a few months after StoneToss’s inception. This is the comic that really put StoneToss on the map for racists and got their attention; and if you feel inclined to do so, a quick venture into the comments section of the comic post will really illustrate that for you. 

Anyways, so the comic perpetuates the unproven claim that people of ‘black’ biological descent have lower IQs than those of ‘white’ biological descent. This claim is, fucking obviously, racist to begin with and completely stupid, but it says a lot about StoneToss’s egotism and strawmanning tactics. The mouseover, ‘Nature isn’t egalitarian‘, is a fancy way of saying “nature isn’t equal, i.e., some people are inferior to others”. 

This marks the beginning of StoneToss making frequent revisits to the subject of “race gaps”.

StoneToss: Episode 6

pure coincidence, I'm sure

Comic Name: Look Closely 
Description: N/A
Mouseover: pure coincidence, I’m sure
Image Name: billionaires-comic-1.png
Originally Published: 8/24/2017

What The Comic Is: Two men stand before a series of framed male restroom signs. One man tells the other than white privilege most certainly exists, and that you just need to look at all of the white billionaires to verify that fact. The second man looks at a picture of a man with a LARGE NOSE(!!) and, upon looking very closely, spots the tiniest Star of David necklace strung around the man’s neck.
What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That the concept of racial bias on a nation and society-wide scale doesn’t really exist because some Jewish people are rich.   

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Surface value this is your typical antisemitic comic, BUT WAIT, StoneToss is stupid so it goes deeper than just that. As mentioned above, StoneToss seems to think that the concept of ‘white privilege’ (that is, certain social factors either enjoyed by or avoided by those who are white as compared to those who are not white) either doesn’t exist wholesale or is at least overplayed, as after all, rich Jewish people exist. 

Is StoneToss trying to assert that all billionaires are Jewish? Yeah probably. The mouseover text “pure coincidence, I’m sure” seems to blatantly allude to the fact that StoneToss is sarcastically quipping that it’s “a coincidence, surely” that billionaires also happen to be Jewish. This is stupid by itself, but it’s even worse when you consider that ‘white privilege’ encompasses a much wider range of issues than just being wealthy, not to mention that StoneToss seems to also suggest that no white person is super wealthy because they don’t have that sick Jewish Privilege (i.e. CONTROLLING DA WHOLE WERLD111).
The comic’s name ‘Look Closely’ is a double meaning; obviously in the context of the comic it’s because the man is looking closely for the necklace, but it’s also a general message to look closely at BOTTOM TEXT SOCIETY so that you, too, can see the Jew. I seem to remember a book by a certain German dictator that said the exact same thing, but at least we all know that guy was just trolling. StoneToss on the other hand…