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Sunday, July 30, 2017

The most powerful tool of liberals

Here is my WND column for the weekend originally entitled "The Most Powerful Tool of Liberals."


In the comments which follow, you'll see the article drew out an interesting blend of true racists as well as misogynists. Whew. There are some creepy people out there.

15 comments:

  1. True and well said. Of course anyone who injects logic and truth in a discussion on "race" is obviously a racist himself. Not because you're wrong but because you don't blindly follow the party line. I'm going to be interested in the tone of comments on this one.

    Huggs..

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  2. 'racism' is liberally applied to objections about mohammedanism.
    mohammedanism is not a race.
    no one in the media objects to this wrong use of the word.
    why is mohammedanism a race in their eyes?

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  3. I agree with how Democrats have used racism for their own agenda. Racism is their weapon of choice today. Racist whites are today’s evil bogeyman.

    Warning: Truth Ahead. Of course there is not a dimes worth of difference between Republicans and Democrats. Both divide and conquer the masses (that’s us).

    Republicans are inciting hatred for their own agenda. Islamophobia is their weapon of choice today. Muslim terrorists are today’s evil bogeyman.

    Why would both parties do this? Because those in power need perpetual wars and revolutions. Tyrants placate us with controlled ‘choices’. Have you ever voted for ‘the lessor of two evils’? Sorry, but we voted for evil. Surely you have asked yourself, how could it be that the mightiest military in the world has been fighting wars for the last 72 years and not won 1 war? Why? Because peace is not profitable to either party. Remember peace?

    Montana Guy

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    1. there has been zero islamophobia by republicans. telling the truth about an evil, oppressive theology is not fearing it. it's just being honest.

      there have been literally hundreds of muslim terrorist attacks across the world. there is no need to make them bogeymen, they do that themselves.

      simpletons tend to simplify complex issues like war into cute little bumper sticker slogans. it doesn't make you look clever, i'll leave it at that.

      no, you don't remember peace as peace is an unnatural state for mankind. before the usa became the police of the world, populated regions of the world were in wars every decade or two. you have taken world history classes, right?

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  4. It certainly doesn't take some folks long to get off subject. I suppose the reason some of them have to be trolls is that if they blogged, hardly anyone would read their posts, at least not the second time.

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  5. not to mention distinctly unladylike, the comments mizztanya made are shockingly repugnant imho.

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    1. shockingly repugnant? some people can't handle the truth. being a liar isn't ladylike sweety.

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    2. Apologies mizztanya, there was an error in my typing when I commented, I was referring to mizz tanya who posted over at the wnd site in a comment to eyesfrontmen where she posts "just admit you like it up the (blank) and you'll be much happier, I don't have the nerve to even type the word much less say it so I left it blank.
      Once again apologies about the mistake in the name.

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  6. Kara, you were only kidding,right? I found nothing untoward's about what Mizztanya said. What I do find a little bit sad, and a lot racist is the truth that many on the left, in their stretch to appear moral and righteous on the issue of racism in point of fact, are forcing people of different ethnic backgrounds into a box of their own making. For instance, black people don't know how to use the internet, or don't have access to ID's. They actually push against the voter ID laws in most cases so that they can violate election laws and get people to vote who are not legally allowed to vote. I don't have the time nor the inclination to find the statistics, but if you wish, you could do some research for yourself, it really doesn't matter. What is for certain is that many, not all, but many on the left are mealy mouthed about things such as racism, saying one thing, but actually believing something totally different. The problem lies in the fact that they may not even recognize their hypocrisy.

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    1. I am a mild mannered man, brought up by parents who were wonderful, and my dad worked with many black men. They would often stop in on the way up north to visit their families. I would play with their kids, and I simply didn't recognize color, then or now. I went on to spend my life in a foundry, just like my dad. Some of my closest friends were men of color, as well as white men. I try to judge them on their character. What I cannot stand idly by and allow is for someone to adopt a holier than thou attitude in regards to any of the themes that the liberals love to talk about, when it is just a sham, and we know it. The old piece of lumber in your eye, before the spec of dust in your neighbors eye, you know? I worked in that steel foundry for 35 years, so I could swear at someone with the worst of them. But I am a Christian, and I actually never in my life swore in front of my parents, til the day they died, and I was in my fifties then. But I could certainly tell some of these people off in such a way that they would never know what hit them, and not once use foul language. More and More, it seems that these left leaning do gooders deserve to be put in their place. America is not just their country, it belongs to everyone, and they better learn that the people on the right are willing to do what it takes to keep our part of it standing on solid rock. Be well, my constitution loving friend.

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  7. http://www.westfargopioneer.com/news/4185549-nd-man-denies-sexually-assaulting-store-clerk-bathroom#.WX6nfw2-iMQ.link

    Victim was described as "grandmotherly". Small town was shocked. Check out what is happening in Minneapolis area too - and Michigan. Please do some research! This is NOT going away...

    US Navy founded due to pirates in middle East by First Presidents. This has been going on for hundreds of years. Maybe it is not seen in your area, but it is here. They have an agenda and it involves Sharia. Read "Infidel" -please..

    Natokadn

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    1. Natokadn, you are correct about the founding of the US Navy. Defending American ships against pirates in international waters is one thing. But do you believe that bombing, invading and occupying sovereign nations for 27 years with no end even planned is a moral equivalent?

      Read 'WAR IS A RACKET' by Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, USMC - please.

      Montana Guy

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  8. "But do you believe that bombing, invading and occupying sovereign nations for 27 years with no end even planned is a moral equivalent?"

    Your rants often border on hating America. I don't understand. I don't know if it is your intent by picking the 27 year point to mean the first gulf war but if it is that is not a great example to support your thesis. Iraq invaded Kuwait and Kuwait pleaded for our help. We helped. Iraq's invasion was despicable, killing citizens in the street, killing babies. IMHO we did the right thing by kicking them out and putting Saddam under a strict treaty. Later we failed to force him to live by that treaty which caused significant problems in the region but that's another story.

    War may be a racket but the ONLY reason it is safe for you and I to speak our mind is because our military keeps the peace by being prepared to use force. You can't bluff if negotiations break down or another country attacks you must use force. War is hell so it is far better to keep that big stick ready to prevent it and accept that every now and then you must use it.

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