StoneToss: Episode 5

anti flagist action

Comic Name: Changing Stripes
Description: N/A
Mouseover: anti flagist action
Image Name: confederate-flag-comic.png
Originally Published: 8/22/2017

What The Comic Is: An antifa member holds a burning American flag while accosting a nude man wearing a confederate beanie who bears the Confederate flag. The antifa member, in anger, tells the naked confederate that his flag crosses THE LINE! 

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That it’s acceptable to spend the time to make sure your American flag has the appropriate number of stars and stripes and that the confederate colors has the correct amount of stars but that you can make your background a green blob under a blue blob. Be consistent you fucking handmedown anal bead.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Dude I fucking don’t even know, this is one of those StoneToss comics that just gives me pause. I mean, I get it, he’s bitching about antifa burning American flags and then he’s also saying that antifa hate the confederate flag. But like, what is the message other than that? That antifa hates flags? That confederates like flags? Antifa is stupid for burning a flag and then hating another one? Is this a commentary on what StoneToss posits as a lack of ideological basis on the part of antifa? Where is the confederate’s other arm? Is he an actual confederate soldier or just a man at a reenactment? Is he cosplaying as a confederate? Are they at a cosplay convention??

Anyways, StoneToss, I think you accidentally put an “l” in the second word of your mouseover text, buddy. 

StoneToss: Episode 4

First they come for the extremists, then they come for you.

Comic Name: Domino Effect
Description: N/A
Mouseover: First they come for the extremists, then they come for you.
Image Name: confederate-statue-comic.png
Originally Published: 8/17/2019

What The Comic Is: A statue of a confederate soldier is pulled down with a length of yellow police tape. The Lincoln Monument, having been cursed with sentience and spatial awareness as a statue that is unable to move or perform action, comments that he never liked the confederates and is therefore fine with the removal of the statue. However, the same yellow police tape then begins to topple him; his pleas for clemency falling on deaf ears.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: StoneToss thinks that because people are removing one form of historical reverence that, eventually, all historical statues will be destroyed and removed, regardless of their context.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: In fallacy there’s what is known as “slippery slope”, which basically summarizes the concept that someone who makes a baseless assertion such as  “Because X happened, that means Y will happen next” is generally full of shit. StoneToss is slipping down a slope with this comic as he seems to believe that eventually, we’re going to want to remove all statues. We can presume, perhaps, that StoneToss thinks this is because when you look hard enough, you’ll find that generally every historical figure has some sort of unsavory element or darker side and therefore reaction culture will lead to people self-righteously destroying every piece of chiseled marble they can find.

But it goes a little deeper than just that. Remember, StoneToss is fucking stupid. StoneToss is also subtlety suggesting that because everyone has some kind of hypothetical dirt on them that could be used as ammo to fuel an anti-statue fad against them, that the confederates weren’t precisely as bad/unworthy of memorial as people feel. After all, these non-existent people are tearing down the Lincoln monument of all things!! Do you really think they’re sound-minded enough to be right about the confederate statues??

The mouseover text is likely a reference to the poem First they came… by German pastor Martin Niemöller. The full poem is a commentary on what Niemöller declared a failure by the German people to stop the advancing atrocities and overreach of the Nazi party; 

First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—     Because I was not a socialist.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—     Because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—     Because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

Look, it can be hard to tell what StoneToss is exactly trying to say sometimes because what he says is so fucking dumb that you can barely tell what, if any, intelligible point he’s attempting to construe, but it’s as if he’s trying to liken confederates to the oppressed groups in Nazi Germany, and that we should be speaking out in defense of them before “They” eventually come for us as well?

Hey, StoneToss! You’re fucking stupid!

StoneToss: Episode 3

General Santa Anna's Chicken

Comic Name: Foreign Food
Description: N/A
Mouseover: General Santa Anna’s Chicken 
Image Name: ethnic-food-comic-1.png
Originally Published: 7/27/2019

What The Comic Is: Two men are horrifically conjoined to each other by a large circle that they’ve learned to use as a makeshift table for food and drink. One man posits to the other that without immigration, who will cook authentic Chinese food. The other man stares at a plate of grey mush accented with a white bean and ponders for a moment. Then, a third man appears and in Google Translated Spanish asks, “Yes sir, who?“.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: That a cook would ever bring a steaming hot pan out of the kitchen and into the dining area and then thrust it in front of patrons. I know you hate brown people, StoneToss, but they’re seriously not that stupid.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: At first this is one of those comics that seems really innocuous and silly, like you really want to believe it’s just a Family Guy-esque dumb humor joke, but then you stop and remind yourself that this is StoneToss we’re talking about and you realize, oh yeah, StoneToss is an idiot.

So we have an early example of the multi-pronged commentary StoneToss would eventually begin using in just about every one of his comics. First, we have a ‘Mexican cook’ joke, which is just a low jab at racial humor involving Mexicans working as cooks in low-end diners/restaurants. Funny enough, however, a lot of Chinese places are actually owned/operated and staffed by, you know, actual Chinese people, but whatever. Anyways, StoneToss makes commentary on the fact that pro-immigration types will often use the example that foreign immigrants bring with them cultural boons like delicious food. StoneToss poses this exact point in the first panel, only to undercut it by revealing that: dun dun! It was a MEXICAN guy making the food the whole time! Because Mexicans are taking over America, and because multiculturalism is such a flaccid concept that one ethnicity can simply substitute for another one, anyways. See? There’s no reason for people to immigrate to the USA!

The mouseover text for the comic is a play on General Tso Chicken, a popular Americanized Chinese food dish, but replacing it with the Mexican military general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (commonly known as merely Santa Anna). General Santa Anna was involved in a ton of shit involving the Mexican government and military and, most importantly for citizens of the USA, he was the one who lead the attack against the Texan defenders of fort Alamo. I guess maybe the mouseover text is therefore some kind of deeper commentary that Santa Anna actually won and pwned the libtarded United States or something but I’m writing this shit at 5 AM in the morning right now and I really am too tired to dig that much deeper into this.

StoneToss: Episode 2

antifa trash comic

Comic Name: Wrecking Class
Description: N/A
Mouseover: antifa trash comic
Image Name: antifa-comic-1.png
Originally Published: 7/25/2017

What The Comic Is: This is the introduction of what will become a reoccurring caricature in StoneToss’s comic; the masked and hooded antifa goon. Pictured here is the very first visual incarnation of the character, who appears to be wearing a comfy onesie pajama while wrecking havoc upon an innocent trashcan full of chunky goo and fire. Later, a city worker comes along to clean up the mess left behind by the antifa and his pajama-powered hi-jinks. 

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: StoneToss, as you can easily imagine, is highly anti-antifa. Antifa is the abbreviation of anti-fascism, a more-or-less unstructured general movement that seeks to combat or suppress fascism and other similar forms of hateful rhetoric. The “movement”, for what it is, has gotten a lot of flak from both right-wingers and even left-wingers and moderates for their general disruptive behavior that, at times, has grown to actual violence. StoneToss, naturally, sees antifa as only its most unsavory elements; as if simply pointing out that sometimes antifa activists do shitty things, this somehow immediately and completely undermines/invalidates them.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: The comic’s name is a play on the term ‘Working Class‘, or the class of people who hold “working” jobs, such as physical/menial labor, and are often times on the lower end of middle class incomes. StoneToss, however, has an IQ of at least 280 and is flexing an astonishing amount of creativity to brand antifa members as the Wrecking Class, or a caste of people who do nothing but cause problems. In the first panel, the antifa jammie-man is calling for workers to unite, while causing destruction that a worker later has to come and clean up. It’s stereotyping antifa as hooligans that, as we can assume, StoneToss mocks for supposedly not having jobs/being part of the working class they claim to champion. Meanwhile, a real worker (who I guess we’re to believe is unhappy with antifa, based on his frown) uses a stick to push a giant hot dog that’s been poked full of toothpicks.

It isn’t that antifa is without any criticism. It’s a disorganized idea that is, at least currently, only really pretending to be a focused movement.  Because of this, you have all sorts of people running around and calling themselves “antifa”, and they do all sorts of stupid shit. ‘Members’ of antifa have committed assault, vandalism, trespassed and in general have, in fact, gotten a reputation for being a little bit of a nuisance. However, StoneToss’s commentary is that antifa is solely the worst sides of itself.  

StoneToss: Episode 1

barber meme comic

Comic Name: Barber-ian
Description: N/A
Mouseover: barber meme comic
Image Name: haircut-immigration-comic.png
Originally Published: 7/20/2017

What The Comic Is: A man sits down at a barber. The barber asks the man what kind of cut he wants for his hair, to which the man responds that he wants a cut that will make Muslim migrants feel more at home. The barber then whips out his Rune Scimitar while spouting a meme so funny it rivals GET OUT OF MUH SWAMP, we are left to imagine that the barber then decapitates the unwitting man.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: First of all, StoneToss seriously thinks that barbers just have the swirly poll planted right in the middle of their shops or something. Either that or maybe they’re standing in front of a BIG ASS WINDOW. I dunno. Anyways, the man asks for a cut to make Muslims feel more at home and then the barber gives him a real pain in the neck hahalol

At face value this is just a stupid anti-Islam/Muslim comic married to a dead meme, and the mouseover text certainly reinforces that. The title, Barber-ian, is just a super funny way of calling Muslims barbaric (or maybe the barber’s name is Ian?). However, there is a deeper context to this comic that really only comes out once you understand StoneToss more fully. It’s a commentary on Sharia Law, that is, the set of religious laws and principles that govern Islamic traditions. A big anti-Muslim/Islam talking point is that they will bring Sharia Law into countries they migrate into, and that someday things like beheadings will not just become acceptable, but publicly common place. Where StoneToss’s debut comic was shallow in meaning, his second comic very well expresses his ability to implant a much deeper meaning into face value. 

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: StoneToss is trying to equate acceptance or tolerance of Islam/Muslims as a slippery slope that will lead to their ‘taking over’ of non-Islamic culture or ideals. It’s bread and butter anti-Islam rhetoric.

StoneToss: Debut

multiculturalism comic

Comic Title: The Swirl
Description: N/A
Mouseover: multiculturalism comic
Image Name: food-diversity-comic.png
Originally Published: 7/18/2017

What The Comic Is: First we see plates of food, each a nationally-recognized dish of several different countries, along with the flags for the respective countries planted on the food items. Then we see a man taking a hot, steaming wad of shit. We are then greeted by this chocolate cake, complete with the nation flags from before planted inside of it.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: The food obviously represents different ethnic groups of people. The man on the toilet ate all of the food (putting all the nationalities and people together) and then he shit the food out, as shit. This is a very simple message that CULTURES MIXING = BAD. Obviously StoneToss went for the lowest possible hanging fruit and included the USA and Mexico as a direct and blatant commentary on Mexican immigration to the USA. However, he seems to have taken a moment while drawing this comic to glance over to his framed and cum-stained poster of Bulma from Dragon Ball and decided that the glorious empire of Nippon should be included in this example as well, least we filthy and undeserving Amerixicans taint the gene pool of this world’s greatest people/the inventors of all the cartoon porn StoneToss jerks off to.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: This is StoneToss’s first comic published on his site, and it’s a really really really good first impression as to just how 1.) Deranged StoneToss is as well as 2.) Fucking stupid StoneToss is. There’s not a whole lot to comment further on this one, but it’s a good representation of much of StoneToss’s earlier works. Very simple, without a lot of deeper meaning.