The Next Big Thing: ‘Stochastic Terrorism’

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All roads lead to Kevin Bacon! Or to you being guilty of Stochastic Terrorism.

Are you ready for “stochastic terrorism,” the next big hate crime that you can be accused of? No?

Well, it’s easy enough to get ready–if you can obtain an old 1990s game called Six Degrees of Separation from Kevin Bacon. The object of the game was to link actor Kevin Bacon to anyone else in the world in six links or less. That’s also how “stochastic terrorism” works… only the government will be allowed more than six links, as many as it takes to nail you.

Chris Rufo has been warning us about this (https://www.city-journal.org/stochastic-terrorism-is-about-suppressing-free-speech). He was accused of Stochastic Terrorism after he appeared on TV with a report on Drag Queen Story Hour. Leftids decided that was “ideologically-driven hate speech,” and some nimrod at Scientific American (of all places) wrote that the attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband, by some former nudist who was in this country illegally, could be traced by to Chris Rufo’s news report by however many links it took, and Rufo therefore was responsible for the attack on Paul Pelosi. When you mix politics and science you get crap science and really dangerous politics.

Wait a minute! What the devil does “stochastic” mean? I never heard anybody use it till just now.

It means “randomly determined.” Used as Democrats intend to use it, it means “preposterous,” or “baseless,” or “totally full of sh**.”

All they need is any kind of violent incident, and they’ll trace it back to something you said, or wrote, and presto! You’re guilty!

This is the formula by which anybody can be guilty of anything. This is how parents objecting to their local school board’s policies get transmuted into “terrorists” by the Dept. of (LOL!) “Justice” (LOL!).

No wonder they have to cheat to win elections.

6 comments on “The Next Big Thing: ‘Stochastic Terrorism’

    1. Exactly. At this point, I am reminded of a playground full of five year olds, calling people a big meanie.

  1. Thank you for sharing this information. That really helps explain, at times, what is going on.

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