It wasn’t their fault they went extinct; but what’s our excuse?
“In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate, and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality, the better.”
That quote by British sociologist Theodore Dalrymple pretty much sums up the whole “transgender” movement. Compare it to this official Tweet from the American Civil Liberties Union:
They humiliate us, and strip us of our self-respect, by forcing us, for fear of being trashed and vilified as “haters,” to say things we know are simply not true.
The ACLU, under the guise of defending our civil liberties and our right to free speech, has been in the forefront of the massive Far Left jihad to remake our society into God knows what. The few good things they’ve done are nothing, compared to all the harm they do.
If we have any self-respect at all, we must preserve it by defying this lunatic campaign. Defying it until it stops. Refusing to say ridiculous things that we know to be false.
Money is pouring in from George Soros (of course). And get this. They call it the “Campaign for Smart Justice.” There are two words you should be afraid of when liberals invoke them, and they are both in that title: “smart” and “justice.” Trust liberals to give “justice” a bad name.
You’d think Democrats would be ashamed for their party to become known as the galloping felon party; but liberals are incapable of feeling shame. They are eager to mobilize an army of ex-cons: and, as one observer remarked, although it would clearly be against the law to do so, not much would stop them from wheeling the voting machines into the prison and allowing jailed felons to cast ballots.
The corruption is as deep as the sea and as high as the Himalayas. It wells out from the sinful human heart, stirred up by Satan. With its ceaseless promises of free stuff, social justice (whatever that is), and lots of fornication and never any adverse consequences, humanist liberalism is the welcome mat on the doorstep of Hell.
Only the sovereign power of God can and will defeat it: Our Lord Jesus Christ, on the cross, already has defeated it.
But it has pleased God to invite us to serve Him. We must not let the darkness overwhelm us: just about impossible, on our own; but the Lord will give us strength and courage, if we ask Him for it.
There we are exhorted to “become a freedom fighter… Take a stand for what you believe in.”
Oh, wait, hold it. You’re also urged to “push back against xenophobia” and “fight relentless attacks on reproductive freedom.” “Xenophobia” is the forbidden desire to preserve one’s country as one’s country and not melt it down, through unrestricted illegal immigration, into a multicultural puddle of failure. And “reproductive freedom” is abortion.
So, do they want you to “take a stand for what you believe in,” if what you believe in is protecting unborn babies from the abortionist, or securing America’s borders? No, no, no–“Not if you believe in that stuff!”
Probably the ACLU slogan should read, “You take a stand for what I believe in, or else!” We’ll sue you, man, we’ll shut you up, we’ll shut you down. They want to “defend free speech and the right to protest”; but we are at liberty to disbelieve them.
Yup, kill ’em all dead, said the ACLU big shot. Gee, that would be quite a few million people. I think you could call that a holocaust.
Why murder them? Because, said Mr. Civil Liberties, “they won’t listen to reason.” [Two-minute laugh break.] “[W]hen justice is gone, there’s always force.”
The police won’t investigate the incident because, they say, Mr. Civil Liberties’ terrorist remarks are “covered by free speech.” [Three-minute laugh break.] They probably have more important things to do, like tracking down some Christian who refused to cater a lesbian “wedding,” or bust a Climate Change denier.
Well, once again we get a peek at the true face of progressivism. Not very pretty, is it?
Even the college types just want to shut people up and take away their livelihoods. Not kill them.
But I expect that idea will grow on them, with time.