I read today that Twitter was live with stories about “Limbaugh and Rush paraphernalia” being being found in the Batman shooter’s apartment. Whatever Limbaugh “paraphernalia” might be, the stories are most certainly a lie, since the police hadn’t even entered the apartment when they were being written.
Again and again we’re told that it’s wrong to describe leftists as evil or deranged, since that makes communication between left and right impossible. Yet what other conclusion are we to draw from their behaviour? The consistently vicious lies, the smear tactics, the distortions and the misrepresentations aren’t the tactics of principled, sane people. They’re the tactics of unhinged cowards.
Leftists are afraid. Afraid of the big, scary world out there, afraid of personal responsibility (because that means responsibility for failure as well as success) afraid to leave the padded, warm womb of the rotten faith that they mistake for an ideology.
They view the warped history they’ve been taught by their similarly crippled teachers through the lens of blind hope and idiot resentment, fuelled by utterly unearned self-esteem and a childish wish that the world would conform to their wants and needs. And like spoiled children they become instantly bitter and resentful when the big bad world doesn’t fall at their little stamped foot…
Yes, they are the enemy. How else do we describe those who want to tear down what our fathers built, who denigrate what our forefathers did, who treat with contempt the institutions and customs and traditions which have served us so well for years - sometimes centuries - and wrap that contempt and disregard in the cloak of “social justice”?
They’re the enemy and I care not whether they’re evil or insane or simply ignorant–I detest the bastards regardless.
(you’ll just have to overlook or excuse the inelegant structure of this piece–I’m too pissed-off to care)