Once while walking through the bush I came upon a small nest of four wildcat kittens. They were curled up in a group and looked just like domestic kittens. Cute and cuddly. I bent down and reached out to touch them, and these tiny balls of fluff suddenly sprung to life spitting and hissing with a ferocity that shocked me in its unexpected intensity. I knew how ferocious an adult wildcat could be, but it still caught me by surprise to find such ferocity in kittens that had probably only been born a short time. The ferocity of the wildcat is obviously innate.
Thankfully, human beings are seldom born with such innate savagery. It can though be introduced to them. The left have been working on such a project for some decades now. They have, by control of a number of public institutions gradually instilled a vicious savage and barbaric mindset in a large sector of the population that rivals the innate hatred displayed by those wild cat kittens. Here’s an excerpt from an article by Evan Sayet on Front Page-
the conversation turned to Sarah Palin and my latest acquaintance blurted out: “Oh I hate her.” Since she did not yet know my politics, and since we were in Los Angeles, it is clear that she expected to hear back what you usually hear back in this city: “Yeah, I hate her, too.” Instead, I asked her why. At this point I could have predicted her response because it’s the same response you get from liberals no matter who on the Right you’re talking about: “Because she’s stupid.”
I replied: “Being stupid is no reason to hate someone, but tell me, which one of her policies do you disagree with?” It wasn’t hard to predict her response: “All of them!” I continued to push. “Well, then, if it’s all of them, it should be easy for you to name one.” Her reply? “They’re too many to list.” “So don’t list them, just give me one,” I said. This went on for a while until my new acquaintance finally admitted that she didn’t know any of Ms. Palin’s policies.
Which as any of my Conservative friends out there know, is pretty typical of the type of conversation you have with those on the left. The Progressive woman is by no means exceptional. She hates Sarah Palin even though she doesn’t even know why. They will even repeat smears they know to be untrue. You can confront them on these smears, and point out why they are incorrect, only to discover them making exactly the same smears somewhere else later.
Now it is not for me to wonder about what it is that allows a human being to be so politically and psychologically manipulated. The fact is its a condition that is extremely widespread. Large sectors of the community are being infused with hate for Conservatives. We know the people who are behind it. We know how it is being done. We know why it is being done. We even know, from looking at the history of Nazi Germany or Pol Pot’s Cambodia, what it can lead to. Why then do we go on tolerating it? Turning the other cheek? Allowing these expressions of hate in a kind of casual tolerance that is really weakness? Because we are fewer in number? Why do we see this evil in our society and do so little to counteract it?
One doesn’t have to look back in history too far to see the past results of political policies that generate hate. In those instances, when communication was limited and news media tightly controlled, the tactic crept up on its victims slowly and when they at last realised what was happening it was too late. Well, right now we have the tightly controlled media, but we have something the Cambodians and the German Jews didn’t have and that is the internet. We have to use this as our trump card in fighting the hate mongers and hate merchants. We have to use it more effectively and with more energy, for this is not a minor issue. The left’s use of hate has to be counteracted. It should not be tolerated. Its long past time to expose the blind hatred for Conservatism that is so widespread in our society for the evil it really is. If we do not, then we only have ourselves to blame for whatever might come in the future.