Stalin and Mao–dead, but their evil lives on after them.
Just askin’–how come it’s okay to be a communist, but not okay to be a Nazi?
If you’ve got a Che Guevara T-shirt and a little hat with a hammer and sickle on it, you can be an esteemed professor at any looniversity in America. You can even be a member of any Democrat presidential administration. Or a U.N. honcho.
But a Nazi–that’s radioactive. And here I must add my obligatory disclaimer that I don’t approve of Nazism.
A lot of people are singing the blues for a “divided America,” polarized, nasty, and characterized by a total lack of civility. We just can’t get together anymore.
Meanwhile, Democrats, the official political party of Far Left Crazy, respond to even the most token, ineffective opposition, and even to mere dissent, by calling everyone who isn’t them a “Nazi”–or white supremacist, Hater, Biggit, Racist, etc. They’ll go even farther than that: chasing Republicans out of restaurants, surrounding dissenters’ homes to terrorize their families, donning black masks and taking to the streets to attack persons and property. Typical Bolshevik antics.
Meanwhile, they demand that we extend “civility” to them: that we play nice, and listen respectfully as they shout down our speakers and publish our home addresses on Twitter.
We think the word “civility,” when they use it, is Dem-speak for surrender. “Civility” means we let them call us Nazis, let them run rough-shod over our social institutions, force us to subscribe to ideas we don’t believe, or else, and submit to being stifled whenever they please.
So I’m not interested in restoring “civility,” as Dems define it. True civility will never be restored until today’s home-grown communists are utterly defeated, once and for all. Until each and every one of their bizarre fundamental transformation projects is permanently buried under the ashes of defeat.
Then we can all play nice together.