People are too depressed to be sexually active. This is very unhealthy as a nation. Americans can do without cars and such but they cannot do without sex. With all this economic misery and people losing all that money, sex is the farthest thing from their mind. It’s time for congress to rejuvenate the sexual appetite of America. The only way they can do this is by supporting the adult industry and doing it quickly.
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.
It’s a simple fact that, back in the day, Americans didn’t have to deal with things like #BlackLivesMatter or their “White” allies, #Antifa. We, as a People knew how to deal with their sort in order to protect our own from them.
Sure – not going to deny the truth; we also committed a lot of egregious wrongs and did some very unnecessary and evil things. But, we also didn’t have the crap we’re dealing with today – in times when actual racism is largely a memory and Blacks are in a much better position.
Want The Klan? This Is How You Bring Back The Klan
Just so you know – since real history is not allowed to be taught in our schools anymore – the feral savagery of #BlackLivesMatter is exactly the behavior that was wrongfully at that time expected from the newly freed Blacks by many Southerners after the Bluebellies conquered us. Also, #Antifa follows the same path as the carpetbaggers, though they greatly exceed the violence and danger of those 19th-century Northern grifters.
And, to defend what was left of the South after the end of Lincoln’s War from those sorts is exactly why the Klu Klux Klan was originally formed.
So yeah, the Klan was wrong then; little to nothing that they expected happened. They wouldn’t, however, be wrong now.
Yeah, back in the day, Americans knew how to deal with things like #BlackLivesMatter and #Antifa. Maybe, with greater intelligence applied, we should rethink no longer caring first about the Greater Good than the comfort of small groups of savage, feral malcontents.
On Thursday, May 23, 2020, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) introduced a resolution on the floor of the House of Representatives that would ban the Democrats due to their past support of slavery and the Confederacy. The resolution is co-sponsored by GOP Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Jody Hice (Ga.), Randy Weber (Texas) and Andy Harris (Md.)
1. That the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall remove any item that names, symbolizes or mentions any political organization or party that has ever held a public position that supported slavery or the Confederacy, from any area within the House wing of the Capitol or any House office building, and shall donate any such item or symbol to the Library of Congress.
2. That any political organization or party that has ever held a public position that supported slavery or the Confederacy shall either change its name or be barred from participation in the House of Representatives.
Was this a pointless and useless exercise and a waste of everyone’s time? If it was actually meant in all seriousness, certainly! In a Dem-controlled House, no harm will come to any Dem unless he or she practices apostasy and breaks with thier cult of hate. On the other hand, if it was meant – as it was – to a slap in their faces and an application of the Dems’ own Cancel Culture to them, it was needed step to take.
Sometimes you just have to stand up and shove hard, unpleasant facts in their faces in order to point out to them just how wrong-headed and vile their being. because the only thing necessary for the triumph of Democrats is for good men to do nothing.
Liberals and Progressives – and their preferred minority tenants – just love to draw equivalencies between unrelated things in their culture war against America and long-held American values. On of the Left’s most recent attacks has been conducted through social media platforms against Holly Fisher, who I’ve previously featured here.
Explain The Difference
Yes, that is correct. America’s domestic enemies are claiming that there’s a direct equivalency between Holly Fisher, a devoted Christian wife of an American soldier and Sherafiyah Lewthwaite, one of the world’s most wanted Muslim terrorists.
Let’s not, however, forget that equivalency or the claims thereof are by their very nature a two-way street…
Explain The Difference
If the composition of an image, combined with vague and gross similarities in context are to be the metric for equivalency, then the Liberals and Progressives had better explain the difference between civil rights marches and those of the Klu Klux Klan.