‘”Pro-choice” Means “No Choice”‘ (2017)

Bell Mountain (Bell Mountain, 1) by [Lee Duigon]

Once upon a time, some wokies tried to sabotage my fantasy novels because they didn’t like my politics. So they went to amazon.com and posted one-star reviews of Bell Mountain–which they hadn’t read, but they were out to punish me for not loving Big Brother.

‘Pro-Choice’ Means ‘No Choice’

It took some days to resolve this. I’ll be re-posting my commentary on the situation as it developed. (Would you like to see more of that today or wait for tomorrow?)

Well, that’s leftids for you–always taking away your choices. And thanks to our overpriced but truly wretched “education” system, many of us are willing to give up our freedom in return for–what? What do they think the Left is gonna do for them?

I mean, they won’t even let you read a fantasy novel in peace…

8 comments on “‘”Pro-choice” Means “No Choice”‘ (2017)

  1. Sure, if you like it, they hate it, no matter what it is, and vise versa. I would be interested in seeing today, and not waiting until tomorrow.

  2. That’s the amazing thing about all of this. Take a step back, and it comes down to liberty. God actually offers incredible amounts of liberty, but requires that we respect the lives of others and worship Him. Love of neighbor, love of God. If you take these away, matters become very complex.

  3. I’m convinced that one day, possibly in the not to distant future, leftism will have the same negative connotations as Nazism and will be universally despised.

    1. As a matter of historical record… the National *Socialist* German Workers Party, aka Nazis for short, was of the Far Left, not the right.
      A lot of people don’t know that.

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