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Sunday, October 23, 2016

CBC News finds a leftist clown to disavow radical clown terrorism

I saw this coming a mile away when I suggested that clowns should declare themselves as a religion so that they could stop being fined and arrested for wearing their gear and creeping people out in public.
Now we're getting, at CBC news of course, an article informing us that True Clowning is being perverted by a minority of radicals.
Which obviously is clownshit. Just because Agnes the Clown thinks terror doesn't belong in clowning doesn't mean it isn't a legitimate branch of clowndom any more than it disqualifies Corbynites who are sympathetic to terrorism from being part of UK's Labour movement. Everyone has their radical wing, but it's theirs and you have to either cut it loose or own it.
Just wait until one of them says, "Clowning is the entertainment of peace."
You have this entertainment where they hit each other, spray people with seltzer, knock each other down, smash pies into people's faces - for anyone who looks, it's evident that violence and terror is inherent in clown ideology.

Making clowning even more incompatible with western civilization is their practice of wearing facial coverings and baggy outfits to hide themselves.
Personally, I think our government has been infiltrated by subversive clowns. How else to explain how Canada's Immigration Minister is a red-nosed fool prone to saying unbelievably ridiculous nonsense?

The creepy clown craze has some people on edge leading up to Halloween, and not in the traditionally scary-yet-innocent way most are accustomed to at this time of year.

Two teens were given a slap on the wrist in mid-October after the pair dressed up as clowns and terrorized people in Winnipeg... 
...Regardless to whether the stunts are meant as silly pranks, the humour is lost on many — including Sue Proctor.

Proctor has performed as a mime, clown and storyteller for more than 30 years. She recently earned a master's degree at Concordia University, where she studied the role of the clown for individual and social transformation.

Proctor spoke with CBC Up to Speed radio host Ismaila Alfa recently and explained that terror has no place in the clown world...

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