Skip to comments.My grumpy left getting tedious in its harshness
Posted on 01/31/2003 6:09:46 PM PST by GothmogEdited on 04/13/2004 3:38:22 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
I'm a lefty. But lately, instead of inspiring me, the left keeps making me feel awful about the world.
My latest lefty-awful moment happened on Martin Luther King Day last week, as I turned on an MPR call-in show. The subject was the peace movement, and host Katherine Lanpher's guest was New York-based professor of sociology and commentator Todd Gitlin.
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Lots of funny observations like "Much has been made of late of the unlikely bed-partners at these marches -- how the merely conscientious must sit through the orations of the terminally consternated."
Or maybe it's Friday and I'm just (very) pleasantly buzzed. Take a poll.
Well, good morning sleepy head. 'Bout time you woke up.
Another one emerges from the ether.
Chip, chip, chip.
The professor, worrying about syntax and minutae, missed - or rather made - the point that Chamberlain went to Germany. Tell us, prof, what was accomplished in Munich?
I get the broad sense that the "antiwar" coalition was an integral part of the Democratic constituency that was just waiting for a chance to (1) form solidarity, (2) jump on Bush, and (3) persuade itself that it was still the sole repository of conscience in the United States, just as it was erroneously convinced was the case during Vietnam. This places them, in this case at least, in the position of defending everything they are ostensibly against, i.e. fascism, dictatorship, nuclear weapons, religious extremism...and they don't care. To be united and against the Republicans is sufficient. It is a sad, superficial, and ultimately self-defeating reflex.
Perhaps we can...yes, perhaps we can...
He was stunned.
There is no longer any "left" which favors the Unites States of America; there is only The Party and Its Followers --- the Fascist Nationalizing Socialist ("FNS") officially known as the Democrat Party.
That Party is "miles away" from the "man on the street" and from the average "Reagan Democrat," yet the Party still requires such Americans' vote.
Still, the Party is fascist, which is why it supports world fascism, such as that in Iran, North Korea, Iraq, and Cuba --- which are quaint geographical regions wherein The Party is to whom absolute obedience is required.
The countries mean nothing, but to the people.
Hillary Clinton is a fascist, and she is running for President, not to mention amassing a media empire which will include a significant portion of the faltering Time Warner ... if anybody over at The Washington Times would care to notice and write about it, that is, her.
Hillary Clinton vicariously is one of the largest propaganda moguls in the world. No cash will be found directly tied to her, but her followers are utterly sworn to her, their efforts; for example, Mr. Daley now at SBC.
Hillary is the single most powerful force which is scaring young people, especially women, into thinking that a vote for a Republican candidate is a vote for abject surrender.
When you stand in the checkout line at the shopping center, almost everywhere in the U.S.A., and you see the stacks of publications for sale ... the distributor of those publications and making quite a lot of money at it, is not Hillary herself, but her minions.
It's kinda like this: Hitler's NAZI Party did not own the means of production in Germany and oft times is excused from being identified as socialist, which it was; but the atmosphere conducive to life inside the Third Reich, required all "private enterprise" answering to "the board of directors."
Hillary is the chairman of the board of a vast left-wing extremist, fascist, nationalizing socialist empire around the world, wherein The Party is supreme, and she's at the top of it.
Follow the money.
That media blitz deserves much more credit than is mentioned, if ever, here.
While the large Party rallies get the coverage in some documentaries, they overlook the day-to-day deluge of pamphleteering - and - pied - pipering which changed the pace of German life from circumspect thinking to fast forward movement.
Which is howcome I caution that to "move forward" requires sufficient courage to look up and read the sign over your head on the path to ...
"Work makes you free!"
Hillary's objective is to equate her very self with the rushing, gushing release of "self-actualization" upon the threshold of believing that you will be free by following her --- she, representing your liberty from oppression.
That's what she's up to; no different than Adolf Hitler, other than she is more patient, outwardly lest she prematurely upset the setting of her hook.
When living in a dung heap, everything tends to look and smell like dung.
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