“But we don’t vilify communists nearly to the same extent as Nazis, to the point where many Americans and politicians openly mourn the deaths of communist dictators like Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro.”
American thinking has degenerated enough that it must be stressed, over and over, that to say B is as bad as A, even worse than A, in no wise mitigates saying how bad A is. It seems the government’s monopoly on education has finally eroded enough common sense over the decades that many can seriously argue that to pin blame on two sides is somehow excusing one, as if blame is somehow a rivalrous, consumable good.
The greatest threat to my liberty is not the relatively few neo-Nazis scattered around the country, or even (so far) outright Antifa thugs. It’s those on the left who are ideologically what Antifa, BLM and others came from, and there are many millions of them around the country. They are not directly violent, but they are fond of hitting polling places, which is merely to decide on which violence shall be implemented. They vote for the sole purpose of giving themselves the property of others, particularly the redistribution of wealth and other forced “equality.” When they don’t get their way through voting, like Hillary the Anointed not winning, or wanting to shut down speakers, then they’ve been resorting to thuggery. Their biggest impact, however, remains at the voting booth, where they support those who promise them the most, paid for by everyone else.
But aren’t politicians, regulators and their military a threat to me? To be sure, yet they are the manifestations of the millions around me who think nothing of voting me into compliance.
“The state is the great fictitious entity by which everyone seeks to live at the expense of everyone else.” – Frédéric Bastiat