Kek: CDC BANS Words “Diversity” and “Transgender”

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
December 17, 2017

Banning the word is nice, but I’d much rather they ban trannies themselves tbh.

The purpose of the Center for Disease Control is to prevent and control outbreaks of dangerous diseases, such as cholera and AIDS. So it only makes sense that they would implement measures to control the most virulent disease of them all: liberalism.

Banning words such as “diversity,” “transgender” or “vulnerable” is a good preventive measure, considering that words shape the way we think, but I definitely think they should take a more active approach

One small step would be to mandate the use of the word “tranny” instead of transgender, for example.

A more robust approach would be to simply exterminate trannies and be done with the whole thing.

Oh, well, one small step at a time, I suppose.


Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the very agency tasked with saving and protecting the lives of the most vulnerable, are now under order by the Trump administration to stop using words including “vulnerable” in 2018 budget documents, according to The Washington Post.

In a 90-minute briefing on Thursday, policy analysts at the nation’s leading public health institute were presented with the menu of seven banned words, an analyst told the paper. On the list: “diversity,” “fetus,” “transgender,” “vulnerable,” “entitlement,” “science-based” and “evidence-based.”

Taste the liberal butt-hurt.

“Vulnerable” is a good one to take out. As in, “homosexuals are vulnerable to HIV infection.” We need to replace that with “homos are disease vectors, and thus a public safety risk.”

Obviously, “diversity” should definitely be banned from government use. I suggest “brown-ness” or “barbarism” as suitable alternatives.

Alternative word choices reportedly were presented in some cases. For instance, in lieu of “evidence-based” or “science-based,” an analyst might say, “CDC bases its recommendations on science in consideration with community standards and wishes,” the source said. But those working on the Zika virus’s effect on developing fetuses may be at a loss for appropriate — or acceptable — words.

I have no idea what “evidence-based” and “science-based” are all about, in terms of politics. But it’s probably a good way to troll the shit-lib scientists who are using pseudo-scientific methods to justify giving more money to brown people.

The reaction in the room was “incredulous,” the longtime CDC analyst told the Post. “It was very much, ‘Are you serious? Are you kidding?'”

We’re serious – but also trolling you.

As news of the word ban spreads at the CDC, the analyst expects growing backlash.

“Our subject matter experts will not lay down quietly,” the unnamed source said. “This hasn’t trickled down to them yet.”

Good! The more backlash, the better!

These people failed for decades to get the homo-plague under control, so they can’t be very competent. The CDC obviously needs new blood and innovative ideas – which only the American nationalist movement can provide.

For example, declaring third-world people “disease transmission vectors” and containing them in quarantine zones, preferably in the middle of the ocean. That would definitely bring down the infection rates – not to mention, our healthcare fees.

Here’s another freebie: decontaminate gay bathhouses, known STD breeding grounds, with specialized equipment (flamethrowers).

There’s no shortage of lateral-thinking that could be applied to these problems. We just need the right people in place.