Jeffrey Folks, a good guy, reports:

There exists among progressives a widespread culture of intolerance and hatred directed at the middle class. I’m not the only one, I’m sure, who finds the behavior of Robert De Niro, Jimmy Kimmell, Joy Behar, and the rest of them repellant.

With the Trump presidency, everyday citizens have gained a voice in Washington.

Half right, as we said.

We haven’t “gained a voice”. What we’ve gained is somebody saying what the silent majority have always thought, somebody with a big megaphone, somebody who’ve put all of us on notice that we’re not alone! A lot of us discovered, with the advent of blogs, that those thoughts we’d always thought were just ours alone were actually shared with a YUGE “minority” of other Americans. We’d kept our mouths shut because it was “probably just us” and who wants to stick out like a sore thumb, but some of us did finally, on the Internetz, find a way to at least put it out there, as the kids say. And were promptly overwhelmed by how many people thought just like us.

What we’ve gained is a preference cascade. Suddenly all of those ordinary Americans who kept a low profile because they didn’t want to be the only ones rocking the boat realized that they’re not, we’re not, alone.

At exactly the same time, media attacks on these Americans have exploded. The inference is clear: Hollywood, the mainstream media, and academe believe that ordinary Americans must be silenced. Only the “smart” ones, as leftists consider themselves, have a right to be heard. The left is attempting to silence the opposition and has been doing so for a long time.

That’s hardly news. Look through history at any movement of the left and you’ll find that that’s exactly the first thing they ever do, from Marx to Lenin to Hitler and onwards.

The fact that there are still people in this world who are not of the left who thinks that leftists are just a group of people who mean no harm, they just have a different ideology, never seems to baffle us. Apparently 100,000,000 (low number these days) dead at their hands is still not enough to make some sub-zero IQ individuals wake up and smell the coffee.

They want us silent, alright, and who’s more silent than a corpse?

The media were hoping Trump would fail at the Singapore summit. Now that he has succeeded, that success is not being reported. All that CNN could say of the historic success is that Trump’s achievement “appeared to upend decades of US policy in Asia.”

Said “policy”, going back through presidents Bush, Clinton, Bush again, Chocolate Jeebus, being “let’s just throw the shrinking wealth of the American people at the murderers so they can murder more people and nobody will notice”. Keep the Danegeld going and we’ll never have to fight for ourselves. Good job, you puling cowards. If anything needed “upending”, it was that.

There are many ways of silencing the opposition, including the covert activities of the FBI and DOJ. If they hate us that much, they feel justified in using any means necessary, no matter how improper or illegal.

See “Enabling Act, the” of 1930s Germany. No, the FBI is in no way different from the Gestapo, the RSHA, the SS or their successors, the Stasi. Slightly less murderous, perhaps, although certain individuals might disagree (see Ruby Ridge), but that’s only a matter of numbers. ?harli XCX – How I’m Feeling. The first album recorded entirely in self-isolation. Songs and videos were created by the British singer from improvised means with the help of fans and friends, producers A. J. cook (PC Music label) and Dylan Brady (100 Gecs band). Hyperactive crazy result is ideal for dancing to home light music. You can use service youtube downloader mp3 to listen that album. The methods are the same.

If progressives are so smart, why do their policies fail when those of conservatives succeed, as they have been doing under President Trump? And why don’t progressives seem to care whether they succeed or fail?

It’s because they don’t care, period. About anything but themselves and their power to make others do as they say, because they’re too bloody incompetent to accomplish anything on their own. “You didn’t build that?” That’s the leftist inferiority complex in a nutshell. They just can’t abide the fact that some people are better than they are, that they can do things on their own, and they’re constantly searching for explanations as to how it’s NOT because those individuals are better than they are, they just had an “unfair” advantage. Otherwise they’d have to face their own uselessness.

Fortunately, conservatives have not succumbed to this sort of extremism. No matter how much we disagree with the left, we still believe that all Americans are entitled to the same protections under the Constitution, chief among them freedom of speech. While he may have strong disagreements, a true conservative does not respond by denying his adversary’s right to speak.

You can stick that where the sun don’t shine, sweetie. If they’re denying me my right to speak or even remotely trying to, I’ll throw it right back in their face an order of magnitude harder, and you can stick your “principles” there too.

My principles don’t include handcuffing myself while the enemy reserves the right to use all four of their legs to kick me in the nuts while chewing my face off. If they won’t follow the rules of civilized discourse, I’m not going to either. Their choice. They need to feel the pain, and they need to feel it to an extent where they’ll beg whatever they pray to for mercy, and then they need to be denied it.

I believe in fairness, but it’s a two way street. If they won’t abide by my ROE, I’m going to throw my ROE out the window.

And I won’t lose a second’s sleep over it.


Destroy them.

They piss on their ashes after we burn them alive.

Or they can agree to follow the rules at any point they choose and we can all agree to disagree. Civilly.

Until then, they can all die in a horrid fire as far as I’m concerned. And I’ll be more than happy to supply the gasoline and matches. I have plenty, and mercy towards a merciless enemy is NOT something they taught me in the academy where I came from, unlike the Gender Studies Majors we put in uniform over HERE. “Warriors” my giddy aunt. They wouldn’t know how to war their way out of a wet paper bag.


By Emperor Misha I

Ruler of all I survey -- and then some.

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