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Amazon.com bans Confederate flag sales as 'offensive' but happily sells slave bondage simulated rape contraptions depicting women being tortured and physically abused (WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC)


(NaturalNews) There's nothing quite like the double standard of the cognitively intolerant. In a mad scramble toward mindless social conformity, Amazon.com and other retailers have practically stampeded over each other to announce bans on sales of the Confederate flag.

It has to be one of the most stupid, idiotic moments in U.S. corporate history... not merely because it is so slavishly desperate to appease the howling masses of hysterical thought police, but also because it's filled with extreme contradictions about what else Amazon happily sells from its website.

"Leading retailers including Walmart (WMT), Amazon (AMZN), Sears (SHLD) and eBay (EBAY) have now said they'll stop selling Confederate flag merchandise," reports Yahoo News. "EBay announced its ban on Confederate flag sales a short while after that, saying 'we believe it has become a contemporary symbol of divisiveness and racism.' Amazon didn't respond for this article, but it announced its own ban about two hours after eBay did."

"As the public outcry continues over the existence of the Confederate Flag, prominent online retailers Amazon and eBay announced Tuesday afternoon that they would ban merchandise that depicted the flag," confirms Breitbart News, which also carries an article calling for the removal of the "fascist, Anti-Christian Gay-Pride flag" from government buildings.

The collapse of tolerance... and the rise of the dictatorial thought police

The Confederate Flag, it seems, is "highly inappropriate" according to all these retailers. The conflating of racism with the flag symbol is, of course, being driven into the minds of the public by the same mainstream media that once created mass hysteria over the total scientific hoax of arsenic in California wine (or the similar hysteria over measles at Disneyland).

In a society where real tolerance has totally collapsed, the universal demand that's now pushed everywhere is one of absolute cognitive conformity. "Thought obedience," in other words, has become the new America, where even institutions of academia are so linguistically dumbed down that they're circulating memos warning staff members not to use "politically incorrect" phrases like "land of opportunity" or "America is a melting pot."

To conform with the thought police, Amazon has hurriedly scrubbed its website of all Confederate flag listings. If you search Amazon.com for the Confederate flag, you might think you're finding a few items, but if you click on them, you discover Amazon.com has deleted the pages.

What's next, is Amazon going to delete all its Dixie cups listings too?

Will they yank Dukes of Hazzard, Season 1 because it depicts a gorgeous southern girl on the top of the General Lee car sporting a Confederate flag painted on its roof? How far will the Amazon thought police go to eliminate history, enforce popular revisionism and appease the howling hysterical masses?

What does Amazon consider appropriate? Simulated rape tools for painfully gagging women and sexually abusing them

In this society that has gone utterly insane with political correctness, you might wonder what, exactly, is still perfectly acceptable for companies like Amazon.com to sell online?

How about extremely demeaning female bondage contraptions with names that includes wildly demeaning, racist terms like "slave"? Amazon.com won't be selling you any Confederate flags, because that's highly offensive, but they'll gladly sell you the gear you might need to "go masochist" on a girl you've hog-tied with a painful collection of gags, straps and restraints in the pursuit of simulated rape activities (see the Amazon.com images below for explicit examples).

The very images of these products shown on Amazon.com depict women in distress, being tortured and gagged through the use of extremely painful mechanical restraints. All of these product photos shown below are taken directly from the Amazon.com and were readily searchable long after Amazon rapidly removed Confederate flag products from its website.

What this means is that Amazon.com is now basing product listing decisions on waves of social hysteria rather than anything resembling thoughtful policy. Mark my words: There will be no public outcry against Amazon for selling abusive, "simulated rape" tools like the ones shown here, all of which were found directly on the Amazon.com website.


Yes, these are all products listed on Amazon.com as of June 23rd, 2015, the day Amazon.com banned the Confederate flag as being "inappropriate."

Apparently, Amazon.com consider all these following product listings to be completely appropriate and acceptable to its customers. NOTE: We are NOT linking to these product pages because we don't wish to promote them. However, if you want to verify that they exist on Amazon.com, just search for them there, and you'll be able to confirm their listings. (Unless Amazon removes them after this article appears, of course...)

Now please excuse me while I go vomit after sorting through these grotesque, demeaning images that Amazon.com promotes for PROFIT...

Somehow, at Amazon.com, this is all perfectly "appropriate" stuff! But the Confederate flag is a "symbol of hate" simply won't be tolerated. The way those colors of red, white and blue are arranged in a specific pattern is just too much, apparently.

But serving up images of women being tortured, gagged, abused and enslaved? Oh, that's just the new normal in American psycho culture where there is no more objective reality and no moral standards of anything. Thanks to the howling hysteria of the left, whatever THEY want to say is wrong is widely and frantically condemned, while whatever they claim is right is universally celebrated even if it's totally insane.

The only rule in America now is that you have to jump on every bandwagon of idiotic social conformity in order to avoid being shamed across social media. Which brings me to the whole solution for the Confederate flag: to be saved, the flag merely needs to publicly proclaim that it "self-identified as a different flag altogether" and isn't really a Confederate flag at all.

Amazon happy to sell Communist symbols celebrating the slaughter of 94 million people

In addition to selling products with photos that depict the physical abuse of women, Amazon.com is also perfectly happy to sell communist merchandise celebrating the mass murder of 94 million people as carried out by various communist regimes.

As this Breitbart.com article explains:

Amazon sells a huge variety of shirts, posters, you-name-it featuring the hammer and sickle, Joseph Stalin’s mustache, all things Che Guevara, Vladimir Lenin and other colorful revolutionaries who fought to make the world a better place, man. Guevara’s book Guerilla Warfare is on sale in four different formats. In one of the worst genocides in modern times, Stalin forcibly starved Ukrainian peasants in what’s known as the Holodomor, a “terror-famine” that left anywhere from 2.4 million to 7.5 million Ukrainian peasants dead in 1933. Communism is chic: Amazon’s senior vice president Jay Carney proudly features Soviet Union war propaganda in his lavish home, after all.

If you're Amazon.com, it's okay to promote images of mass murder and the extreme physical abuse of women with demeaning, violent images. That's all okay. But it's "offensive" to sell the Confederate flag because someone somewhere might be "offended."

So this is how Amazon.com devolves into a wussified, spineless reflection of the mindless masses. Whatever symbol is denounced by the political left will now be scrubbed by Amazon's own internal Ministry of Truth to immediately delete it from memory.

With this surrender to popular hysteria, Amazon.com has truly devolved into Idiocracy.

In Idiocracy, you may recall, the coffee chain Starbucks is where people go to get hand jobs.

And the name of the Fuddruckers hamburger joint slowly morphed over time into "Butt..." ... well, I can't quite print that here, it would be "inappropriate."

The next rendition of Idiocracy will have to depict Amazon.com's totally idiotic response to the Confederate flag fiasco, where all items sold by the retailer have all signs, symbols and colors removed, devolving the site into a collection of "blank" items that offend no one, such as blank paper, blank T-shirts and blank music CDs.

I wonder if corporate America will ever come to its senses and realize you're not responsible for everyone else's emotions...

If you wish, you can file a complaint with Amazon.com at this link.

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