Monday, August 14, 2017

Condemnation of Race-Motivated Hate; Comparing the Left to the Right

"Make America Great Again" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by JamesMcNellis

As of this moment, roughly 58 hours after the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, I have not witnessed a single person standing up for or justifying the KKK or the neo-Nazi groups who chose to attend.

I also have not seen or heard anyone say anything positive about the young man who "allegedly" drove his car into the crowd (even though truthfully, we don't yet know for a fact that it was with malicious intent).

Now you have to understand, I run with a pretty conservative crowd. Many of my friends and acquaintances are proud, gun-toting, freedom-loving, MAGA hat-wearing Trump voters. In other words, my friends and I are the people that liberals would have you believe are all bigoted racists who hate anyone who doesn't happen to be a white person of European descent.

"Aryan Guard in Kensington 2" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by thivierr
Every single person I have spoken to or observed on social media, has had nothing but negative things to say about these groups and individuals who truly preach hate.

Here's the problem; the people on the left don't want us to just condemn the actual hate groups. They want us to condemn anyone who happens to not be a self-loathing, white-hating social justice warrior. Because in their minds, anyone who disagrees with them on any of these racial issues, is a privileged white supremacist. And as far as they are concerned, there is no gray area or room for discussion on the subject.

They believe it is cold hard fact, and that anyone who dares to challenge them, deserves to be violently assaulted. This is why liberals refuse to condemn Antifa and Black Lives Matter, even though these two organizations are far more violent and hate-filled than the majority of the "white organizations" they oppose.

"DC_20170129_04" (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by Tracy Lee
I truly find it ironic, to see the immediate condemnation and demands that we all denounce the actions of everyone they consider to be "right-wing" and who was in attendance at the rally. It's ironic, because it proves their hypocrisy.

Allow me, if you will, to take you back to July 7th of last year, in Dallas. That event, following an incident in another state, where a white police officer shot a black civilian, quickly erupted into violence.

As the rally was concluding, a Black Lives Matter supporter began firing on police officers, in what I would consider to be a carefully planned terroristic attack. An attack which ended the lives of five Dallas officers.

"Hey Nazi! Go fuck yourself!" (CC BY-NC 2.0) by J├╝rgo

The interesting thing about this attack, is that people on the left, and even our former president, refused to denounce it as being a racially-motivated hate crime. In fact, even more surprising, was that some people even went to social media to praise the shooter and call him a hero; wishing he had taken out more of "them".


I believe what this stark contrast of reactions to very similar circumstances shows, is the overall moral fortitude of the two groups; or the lack thereof. The left wants to believe they are morally-superior to anyone and everyone on the right. When in fact, they are the ones who show a pattern of hate, while actually encouraging violence.

And yet, any politician or public figure who dares to call them out or criticize Antifa and Black Lives Matter, gets crucified by the media and labeled a racist and a white supremacist.

These two hate-filled left-wing groups are the real terrorists.

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