Monday, June 19, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

The Violence of the Left is Spreading

Today, 4 people were shot in Alexandria, Virginia. One of the people shot was Republican Representative Steve Scalise. The suspect, is an alleged Bernie Sanders supporter, and part of a group called "Terminate the Republican Party," at least per his Facebook page (now removed).

Back in May, 2 people were stabbed to death in Portland, Oregon. The suspect, again, is a Bernie Sanders supporter.

Bernie Sanders is a Democratic Socialist. Democratic socialism is just socialism by any other name, and socialism falls under the same umbrella political ideology as collectivism. As history has shown, from Communist Russia, NAZI Germany, Communist China, North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, and even India - collectivism is an inherently violent ideology. Largely, this violence has come from communism, but as we're seeing here in the US, it can also come from socialism.

The violence of the left is no longer constrained to those who believe in collectivism and already had violent/criminal tendencies (AntiFa, and BAMN). It now appears to be spreading to individuals on the fringes of this belief, who are apparently self-radicalizing and turning to violence as their solution.

This is just like Islam. Like Islam, I fear that the left will grow more violent, as the media and politicians push more and more for impeachment. As the SJWs continue to hate everything. As progressives continue to push for ever more societal change.

It's time to take a stand, to fight back, to make the wicked retreat back to the sea. We can't love them, for they are not good. We must hate their actions, for their actions are evil. You can start fighting back whenever you hear the lies of progressive/socialist/communist values spoken by your friends and/or family. Don't let it go unchallenged. Speak truth to their lies. Speak truth to power.

Everything is connected, and our decisions have consequences.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Love, Hate, and Morality

An extremely interesting set of videos, and very relevant to current events, and to my last post. We cannot be morally consistent if we try to love what is both good and what is evil. We must love what is good, and hate what is evil.

Thus, we can't love murderers, rapists, thieves, liars, people who bear false witness, or those who incite violence in our communities.