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Comic Name: Judge Not
Description: So pious.
Image Name: subjective-morality-stonetoss-political-cartoon.png
Amogus: Seemingly N/A, potentially StoneToss might have attempted to make the priest’s hands in the first panel resemble amogus.
Originally Published: 6/8/2021
What The Comic Is: An offensive caricature of a gay man sits on a bus, lecturing a priest that morality is a subjective concept. The priest calmly disagrees, to which the offensive caricature of a gay man shoots back that the priest is therefore a bad person.
What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Intolerance of intolerance is intolerant.
Why It’s Fucking Stupid: We’ve been down the road plenty of times with StoneToss, because he never gets tired of desperately trying to frame tolerance as intolerance. It’s basically the only schtick he has, when you reduce anything he says concerning liberalism or Leftism. In this case he’s trying to water down the bigotry of a religious person by depicting them as a calmly voicing their own opinion (in StoneToss’ clown world, gay people hate all religion, but we’re just going to put this comic under a lens of reality and assume the priest must have, previous to the first panel, just gotten done explaining to the gay man how homosexuality is a sin). It’s fucking pathetic, and he has done this before (in comics this blog will eventually cover).
The gay man says morality is subjective. This is implied to be the gay man talking about homosexuality and how its morality is subjective to one’s religious beliefs (this in itself is a stupid strawmanning, homosexuality is not immoral and does not need to be explained as being “subjectively moral”). The priest disagrees, but it’s implied he’s obviously talking about homosexuality being immoral regardless of subjectivity. The gay man then accuses the homophobic priest of being a bad person, but is depicted as doing so in an aggressive and “aD HoMiNeM” manner. The crux of this comic relies on homophobia being an acceptable position to take (to StoneToss it is, because StoneToss is a loser and a bigot), though the reality of the situation is that homophobia is intolerance and thus makes you an objectively bad person, because you are now oppressing another’s life for no reason.
And this is where StoneToss’ fake logic resides. In some non-existent “grey area” where you’re allowed to hate other people and shouldn’t be stopped from doing so, and when you’re called a bad person or when your bigoted laws do not pass, it’s all the product of some “intolerant Left”. A place where all “””””opinions””””” (secret hint: bigotry isn’t an opinion) are equally valid, which is why you see StoneToss and his suffering-from-brain-death followers constantly whine about how “It’s JUST HIS OPINIONS!!!!”. Bigotry that promotes violence is definitely not an opinion, but people have been using “it’s just my opinion bro” to justify being wrong about shit ever since the concept of an opinion was introduced to mankind, so it makes sense that the stupidest amogus (bigots) would latch onto it so hard.
Homosexuals do not harm you or anyone else. It is not a valid or reasonable “opinion” to believe they are wrong or shouldn’t exist. Murderers and rapists harm other people, so while “I am a man who wants to have deep, body tissue-destroying hardcore 80’s coke gay anal sex with another man” is a totally perfect and valid way to live your life, “I want to murder people” is something that directly and greatly impedes upon other’s life and liberty. This is why hating gay people is homophobic, petty, wrong and immoral and why hating murders is, well, none of those things. Maybe a silly comparison, but StoneToss is more or less a man child so you really gotta spoon feed this shit.
Comic Name: Lumped Together
Image Name: karl-marx-lumpenproletariat-comic.png
Originally Published: 1/30/2020
What The Comic Is: German revolutionary and author of the 1848 pamphlet The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx, awakens in a vat of pink gas. Rubbing his head, Marx questions where he is, to which a voice responds that he has been resurrected. In the second panel it is revealed that the ones who resurrected him are a band of antifa, offensive Trans caricatures and furries, in order for Karl Marx to lead ‘the revolution’. Karl Marx, confused, asks if he is supposed to lead the revolution of “lumpenproles”.
What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Marx wrote poorly of the lowest class of people (called by him as lumpenproles”, ergo he would’ve hated furries and trans people.
Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Wow, what a hot take, a dude born in the 1800’s would’ve thought furries were shit. Everyone is surprised by this amazing commentary that is nothing, nothing, short of literally earth shaking.
Anyways, StoneToss seems to have picked up the term “Lumpenproles” around this time, as he made a couple previous comics referencing the term. Considering “Lumpenprole” started to get picked up by far-right and other anti-Socialist groups around 2019, this isn’t surprising. We’ve talked about the term before on this blog, but to recap it quick: it’s a word coined by Marx and Friedrich Engels, who helped Marx co-author The Cummiest Manifesto. Basically it translates to English as something like “Rags/Rubbish Proletariat”, or the lowest social class. This included mostly the unemployed or those not willing to work.
So it’s true that Karl Marx might not be on board with furries and trans people. Wow, fucking shocking, I know. So mostly this comic is saying “Haha, Marx was actually not a great person!”, which might be news to some people, I guess? Marx was a racist and anti-Semite, he was just genuinely not a great guy. So yeah, it’s true, there are some people who really worship Marx as a father of Communism without knowing about his more unsavory traits. They sure are foolish, I suppose. Of course these people typically hold Marx’s views on communism and socialism in high regard despite any of those unsavory traits, so whether or not Marx would eagerly lead a revolution or not isn’t really the point.
Mostly, though, this comic is StoneToss trying to lump in everyone he doesn’t like as being “lumpenproles”. Obviously if you’re trans, a furry or don’t like fascism then obviously you’re unemployed! I mean, look at all the mask-off Nazis who lose their jobs! You can’t lose your job for being a fascist idiot if you never had one in the first place, can you?! Heheh, checkmate, Libtards. The comic’s title is a play on “lump”, as in ‘lump’enproles, which is funny because it highlights StoneToss’ idiocy really well: He has no valid arguments other than lumping together everyone he doesn’t like. It’s always beautiful when StoneToss tries to be clever but only actually sets himself up.
I wonder how many people have lost their jobs for being a furry, trans or antifa? HmmmmmmMMmmmm… Maybe the lumpenprole is the other way around these days?
5 thoughts on “StoneToss: Episode 89”
How do you know the guy is gay lol
because sedimentchuck literally draws all gay people with the same stupid little ice cream curl hairstyle
While i dont agree on stonetoss comics.
Im pretty sure the first one can be argued as simply a question if morality is subjective or objective. Which to be fair both have a point in that say.
Your conclusion seems to completely ignore the text and focus way to much on the characters themselves in order just to prove a point.
Also, on Marx being racist/sexist… Black Slavery was still legal in most of the world, and women were still second class citizens at best. It wasn’t because he was “actually a bad person”, like idiots and anti-leftists are trying to say, it was because “Blacks and Women are lesser” was as ingrained into society as “murder is bad”. Refusing to acknowledge this historical context is exactly what anti-free thinkers want, as it lets them tell people to stop learning from past figures because they were “bad” and poisoning the well of ideas before the person has a chance to form an opinion.
People used to be racist. People also used to think that having a dying old man only eat honey for 2 weeks, die, and then dissolving him into honey made medicine. Yet they’re not trying to discredit Plato and Aristotle for believing in this bullshit that’s just as false as racism, I wonder why…
Strangely enough, just because an idea is popular does not mean it is held by every person. This is why society changes as people in conflict with a normalized idea become more noticed and perhaps accepted over time- sufragettes, the civil rights movement, the call for an end to violence towards the LGBT+/queer community.
Also, mellified man is about the most farfetched off-topic idea you coulda come up with for your argument. You still reeling from hearing a Lemon Demon album or something? There were way easier and more coherent ways to express that point.