Truly! If President Trump is such an evil, hate-mongering demon in human guise and his 63 million supporters little to no better and often worse, why is it that it’s not us rioting, looting, murdering police officers, assaulting innocent citizens, and causing billions of dollars in damages across the nation? Why is it our enemies doing this and only our enemies doing this?
Even when we, the People gather in anger and outrage to protest malfeasance by Democrat politicians, there is no violence. Even when we mass to do so in the thousands, most heavily and openly armed, we have never rioted, never even fired a shot in anger, no matter how justified.
If we and President Trump are so evil, why are we upholding the basic tenets of civilization while the Democrats, likely Democrats, and the sorts that they pander to- and enable trying to tear that civilization down into anarchy and barbarism?
And That Is Part Of Our Problem
A large part of our problem is that we’re nothing like what the Democrats and their minority sharecroppers decry us being. Sure, the cal us Nazis, fascists and so much more, but they don’t believe it in their hearts. If they believed it or if we were actually even a bit more the violent and violently intolerant bigots they claimed us to be, none of our current problems would exist because our domestic enemies wouldn’t dare cause them in the first place and would be swiftly quelled if they tried.
Most civilization is based on cowardice. It’s so easy to civilize by teaching cowardice. You water down the standards which would lead to bravery. You restrain the will. You regulate the appetites. You fence in the horizons. You make a law for every movement. You deny the existence of chaos. You teach even the children to breathe slowly. You tame.— Frank Herbert
God Emperor of Dune
We have, I believe, become too enamored of the Rule of Law. Or, rather, we have become too enamored of delegating the responsibility for upholding and securing our nation to law enforcement agencies and politicians. So much so, that when they fail or are attacked by our domestic enemies, we look on and do nothing beyond hand wringing and cries that we’ll punish them in some future election.
Face it, each of us who is not part of finding and enacting a final solution to the Democrat question is part of the problem and tacitly lending aid and comfort to our domestic enemies.