I predict that there will be a large amount of physical violence at Star Wars Celebration 2019, which runs April 11-15. That’s only 9 months away.
There will be multiple attacks, perhaps even a large scale mob brawl. I predict that SJWs may even come to the convention armed. There will also likely be multiple instances of vandalism and hate hoaxing. I’m basing my prediction on multiple factors.
Coming to a convention near you.
First, let’s take a look at Left Foot Media’s prediction for Star Wars Celebration 2019.
So the financial failings that Lucasfilm is experiencing at the box office, and with the toys and merchandise sales, will have those working within the convention and within Lucasfilm operating in an agitated and potentially highly charged capacity. They will want to claim some sort of SJW victory in the face of their continuing defeat, and gloat over angering the phantom racists and misogynists that they always point at, in the public content of the convention. SJWs will undoubtedly be looking to lock horns with anyone who argues against that. If attendance at the convention is at an all time low, as the box office for Solo suggests it could be, then that will only exacerbate and inflame SJW anger.
But there’s also more factors to consider here.
First is the instance at WonderCon 2018, SJWs had a collective meltdown over an author being “misgendered” at a panel. For those who may not know, over the last 5 years or so SJWs have invented about 20 new pronouns to accommodate the 20 or so new genders that SJWs also invented. SJWs have invented these things in order to give themselves something to react with outrage over, demonize their political allies who aren’t aware of this silliness as morally inferior, and virtue signal one another.
World Class Bullshitters discussed the WonderCon incident in greater depth.
So we know that SJWs are actively looking for things at these conventions to excuse their uncontrollable animal-like misbehavior on.
Then of course we have the recent incident, where SJWs threw the first punch at GenCon 2018. Jeremy Hambly of TheQuartering was attacked by SJW Matt Loter during GenCon 2018 for expressing opinions on YouTube that ran counter to SJW narratives. Ethan Van Sciver discussed this incident in greater detail:
Readers can donate to Jeremy Hamby’s legal fund via GoFundMe, which Ethan Van Sciver has set up.
Justice for Jeremy Hambly
But even more disturbing than the physical attack itself, is the sweeping of the incident under the rug by GenCon, the owners of the Tin Roof tavern, and even the Indianapolis Police. All of those parties seem to be doing their very best to ignore the attack, and suppress anyone who might want to speak about it.
Additionally, Matt Loter has cheerleaders. Not only are SJWs applauding the physical violence, but they’re also openly calling for more, not just on Twitter, but in written articles published in the media. Jeremy from TheQuartering gives an example of some of the applause that the physical attack is receiving from the SJW ignorati.
Nerdist producer Ben McShane posted the following:
Game Designer and former host on NPC podcast, Aaron Donogh, posted the following statement:
So Matt Loter’s attack on Jeremy Hambly has emboldened SJWs. SJWs are now elevating Loter to the status of social justice folk hero, and as such will now be seeking to emulate him.
Additionally, the lack of punitive action on Matt Loter from Quinnipiac University where Loter works as a professor, GenCon and the Indianapolis Police will even further embolden SJWs, leading them to believe that they can engage in similar physically violent actions without fear of consequences.
Recently, in an unrelated story, a college professor and “anti-fascist” activist, physically attacked 6 people who attended a North California political rally with a bike lock. He was given probation.
So it’s unlikely that Loter will face consequences, unless Hambly can get a good amount of donations for his legal fund. This freedom from fear of consequences which is apparent widely will embolden SJWs further.
These sentiments have spilled over into the professional “fans” of Star Wars. Jason Ward of MakingStarWars.net posted the following statement:
Will Star Wars Celebration take any kind of punitive action against MakingStarWars.net for advocating physical violence? Unlikely.
How long before some representative of Lucasfilm comes out in support of Matt Loter’s violent attack, or proudly promotes “punching Nazis?” Have Lucasfilm representatives already made statements similar to that of Jason Ward, supporting the violent actions of Matt Loter? I wouldn’t be surprised if they did.
But I’ll be genuinely surprised if some Lucasfilm representative doesn’t wear a “punching Nazis” T-Shirt at Star Wars Celebration 2019. “Punching Nazis” is a major fashion trend within the SJW ignorati at the moment.
And then of course we have the city of Chicago, where Star Wars Celebration 2019 will be held. The very liberal city of Chicago in general is currently a war zone, as anyone who reads the daily news will be aware of. Many of the local violent SJW activists will likely be in attendance at Star Wars Celebration, and are probably already licking their lips over the opportunity to punch a Nazi and achieve social justice folk hero status themselves.
Between now and April 2019 when Star Wars Celebration takes place, there will be many other conventions taking place. We’ll have to watch new coming from those conventions to see if this kind of violent misbehavior from SJW activists escalates in severity and increases in frequency. I predict that it will, given that SJWs always want to out-virtue their peers.
All of these factors point to Star Wars Celebration as being the culmination of this brewing storm.
SJWs will likely target anyone who expresses any non-SJW opinions, particularly publicly at any speaking engagement. Certainly anyone wearing Soylo or #TheFandomMenace t-shirts will likewise be unfairly targeted for violent attacks.
SJWs simply cannot, and will not, control their own behavior. They have no internal mechanism for doing so. So violent attacks are inevitable.
And of course Lucasfilm and the media will blame normal people for the attacks, and may even ban the victims of SJW violence from future events.
My primary piece of advice for anyone attending any of these conventions for the foreseeable future, is to carry lots of cameras with you, and be recording video at all times. Godspeed.