‘A Lesson From a Troll’ (2018)

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I guess the lesson I finally had to learn was just to keep on deleting these people’s comments until they give up and go away.

A Lesson from a Troll

We have sort of let the Wokies get away with their offensively absurd claim that “silence is violence,” if you don’t say what they want you to say and think what they want you to think, you’re a hater-biggit-nazi and you deserve to be attacked–if they can find three or four more leftids with weapons. But that wouldn’t be… “violence.” Somehow.

You can try to understand them if you want, but don’t expect to make much progress.

It’s just not worth it.

4 comments on “‘A Lesson From a Troll’ (2018)

  1. Silence IS (or CAN be) violence when it refuses to address wrongdoing that must be revealed in order to be addressed. There is an old rhyme about that:

    They are slaves who fear to speak
    For the fallen and the weak;
    They are slaves who will not choose
    Hatred, scoffing, and abuse,
    Rather than in silence shrink
    From the truth they needs must think;
    They are slaves who dare not be
    In the right with two or three.
    J. R. Lowell

  2. The Lord’s disciples were not silent when attacked, as we read in Acts 4. They sometimes paid a price for their refusal to obey, but the Lord dispatched angels to help them. We have to use our God-given discretion as to how we react. Telling the truth with love and firmness is what is expected of us.

  3. I refuse to be conformed to this world, and I am being transformed by the renewing of my mind. (Romans 12:2)

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