When someone yells at me and uses profanity, I get the idea that they don’t like me very much. If I lose my cool and start telling someone what I think of them, and if most of the words I use would get bleeped out on daytime television, it would be safe to assume that I really hate that person. The Deport Hate viral-video is a very hateful video.
I didn’t watch it, I already watched the other video that they created: “F-Bombs for Feminism.” I thought it was outraguous and counterproductive, and I can imagine that this new one is as equally absurd.
The whole thing reminds me of when some kid gets publicly beat up really bad by a bully. The kid is humiliated and angry, but lacks an appropriate outlet to deal with the rage. The next step is to jab at the bully from a distance (verbally or psychologically) and accumulate a group of similarly embittered people.
This is what Luke Montgomery has done. He was that beaten kid, and now he is an angry man who coerces children and families to publicly verbally assault what he chooses to be oppressive. I have written on racism before, and this is not the way to go about it. I guess he hopes the ends justify the means, but you can’t get rid of hate with more hate.