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I want to make it clear, my principles are that of the constitution of the United States and I only answer to God, that’s where I stand. That’s what I’m supporting.
We have two choices. Either we put ourselves in a mental cage, doing just enough that we can pretend we tried to stop what’s coming, or we do the only thing that has ever worked.
Because what feminism doesn’t realize, and what Islam doesn’t realize, and what evil in general cannot realize, is that it is the unexpected warriors who are the most savage of all. It is the gentle mother who wants a man to take care of her who will rip your f*cking throat out if you come near something that matters to her.
What if seeking to minimize suffering is an insufficient approach? What if one of the ways to drive society forward is to minimize meaningless suffering?
Is it something that can only emerge from the primordial ooze of ignorant ego? Or do some people (not me) skip that phase entirely? Is it an evolution on a timeline, or a static state?
The only way to find out, the only way at all, is for those who are curious to speak. Even if we become the example of stupidity for others. Even if the experts out there turn us into fools. Perhaps especially so.
Despite my reputation on Twitter as a cat who likes torturing mice (feminists and Islam apologists are my specialty), I do actually posses a soul.
So much of me wants to text my mom, and text my sister, and tell them that I am sorry, that it’s all my fault, that I don’t want to fight any more either. Instead, I will keep letting it rest. Maybe I’ll email her this article. I’m strong enough to let them be angry with me for a little while.
War may come, culture may crumble and reshape, and over that, I have no dominion. I can accept, with trepidation, that the end of the American Dream as it was may disappear for a while. My love affair with America may be a sweet summer dream, not a lifelong marriage. Timing is cruel that way.
I may be able to believe that God could create something from nothing – but I do not believe a man can reform a blessing from a curse.