It Doesn’t matter whether it’s the KKK or any of the Woke sorts; hatred for a race of people is hatred for a race of people. The KKK and the Woke are just mirror image hate.
Of course, the internal, national and racial enemies of the American people will vociferously, stridently, and violently refute this claim of similarity to the few actual White Supremacists left in America. In their minds, only Whites can be racist, and all Whites are actively or passively racist… because they’re White.
Is it time to condemn all hate groups? The short, obvious, objective answer is yes. Indeed, it has always been time to condemn any and all hate groups.
But, of course, the simple, the obvious, and especially the objective have little to no allowed place in modern discourse. 😡
Given that Americans and Democrats and their ilk don’t even begin to agree on the basic meanings of words, there’s no hope that we could agree on what constitutes a “Hate Group” They certainly don’t and never would accept the simple fact that #BlackLivesMatter and #Antifa are hate groups. Additionally, they pretty much lump “White Power” and “Nazis” together and apply the pejorative to each and every American – or “AmeriKKKan” as they often spell it – who doesn’t faithfully adhere to the tenets of the Left’s religion of Wokeness.
Finally, to make matters so much more “nuanced” and worse – and, even more uncomfortable for the self-aware – with the anti-White, racist violence of #BlackLivesMatter and #Antifa acting as a near-perfect stand-in for carpetbaggers, the KKK, and other White Power groups seem less evil and more than a bit more sympathetic.
In these degenerate times, it’s not simple or easy to condemn all hate groups.
Here’s another bit of interest from the Left’s now largely defunct hysterical mob action over JusticeKavanaugh: The ACLU in a rare paroxysm of honesty came out and campaignedÂ – to the point of spending millions of dollars on multi-state ads – against Kavanaugh’s nomination solely because of Ford’s now discredited allegations against him.
But, at least this is a much needed bit of honesty on the ACLU’s part.Â And it is honesty, as a leaked internal memo shows clearly. The ACLU has officially abandoned their commitment to the Bill of Rights in favor of “Social Justice.” Now they’re just another hate group and, sadly, a well-funded one at that, with a large stable of lawyers to use in lawfare against the American people.
Recently, Bangor Area High School held a week-long Gay-Straight Alliance event in which the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance encouraged students to wear different colored shirts each day to raise awareness of queer issues such as bullying and suicide. During the high school’s televised announcements on the last morning of the event, two students on the broadcast wore Chick-fil-A T-shirts. This resulted in a shit of social media attacks against the two students and eventually led to about 15 students who engaged in the cyberbullying to being suspended the following week.
Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) Is On The Scene
The result of that is that the ACLU of Pennsylvania is investigating the matter in order to determine if the school can charged with civil rights violations for suspending the students who attacked the two students who dissented against the LGBT event. Mary Catherine Roper, deputy legal director of the organization, described the suspensions as, “pretty harsh punishment.”
Somehow I just don’t think that any sane American could bring themselves to believe that, if the situation were reversed and it was two students wearing rainbow t-shirts who were attacked and bullied, the ACLU would investigate the school for suspending the perpetrators. No, the Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) doesn’t roll that away…ever.
Of course, the only reason the ACLU isn’t formally described as a hate group is that organization that makes its money by denoting organizations as such, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), is itself a hate group.