Does the Left really believe their own rhetoric? Most of their schizophrenic rants would show otherwise.
At what point to we start calling out the Left over their disjointed rhetoric? We on the Right have known for sometime that it makes no sense, and their is a strong argument to be made that letting them eat themselves right now is better to expose their true hypocrisy, but at the same time I think it is fair to point a few things out.
The New York Times, which has been reduced to a leftist version of the National Enquirer, has been busy this weekend quoting conspiracy theorists like Louise Mensch, but they have also been publishing pieces trying to draw a link between their own sanctimonious adherence to Progressive policies and that of Jesus. You see, it isn’t that Christians are misled into their beliefs, they just didn’t have the New York Times to point it out.
This is not the crux of my point though. As usual, a parallel can be made to the Left’s incessant ranting about the peacefulness of Islam and how it is even bad policy to call out the crazy people that Islam has produced. You see, their argument is that if you criticize Islam or the bloodthirsty, murderous, horrible and disgusting army of ISIS or the fact that they stone women to death for Adultery in several Islamic countries, or that they oppress women, or that they murder gays or any other number of reasons they deserve to be called out, then the excuse brigade comes out.
“But what I have been careful about when I describe these issues is to make sure that we do not lump these murderers into the billion Muslims that exist around the world, including in this country, who are peaceful, who are responsible, who, in this country, are fellow troops and police officers and fire fighters and teachers and neighbors and friends.” – President Barack Obama on the term Radical Islamic Extremism
The former President and his Former Secretary of State, John Kerry, don’t like to use terms like “Islamic extremism” or “radical Islam” because they believe doing so would grant undeserved religious legitimacy to terrorist movements such as the Islamic State.
If this is true, and calling out a radical minority leads to peaceful majority into their waiting arms, how do you describe the treatment that every Trump supporter has received from the Left with the terms “White Supremacy” and “Nazi”?
These racists write for TEEN Vogue.
RT 🔁 if you think that we don’t need people like this indoctrinating young people. pic.twitter.com/SImhbQrjqK
— Texas Lone Star (@SouthLoneStar) March 19, 2017
I don’t think there is a Leftist publication lately or blog, or Facebook post lately that I see which does not in some way refer to some connection that they believe proves that the majority of the country are actually closet Nazi’s and Klansmen, and that they need to remind people of this every day for the sake of the future of the Country. They don’t seem to have any fear that using this kind of rhetoric to describe Christians will radicalize them and push them further to the Klan. They don’t seem to have any fear of pushing the Christians to commit terrorist acts? Why is it that Christians who are against Abortion or allowing men into the ladies rooms Fascists but when horrors are committed by Islamic adherents it is “shhhh you might piss them off andmake them murder children!”?
The answer is simple. They don’t actually believe their own crap. They just want you to believe it. They want you to believe that Christians are an evil oppressionist ideology, and that they are trying to tell you that it is you who are the problem so they are hoping they can shame you into voting for them.
It isn’t going to work. It can’t work. Appeasing crazy people is not going to help, it is just going to make them more crazy.