I heard anecdotes about a man with a pro-life sign being assailed during the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration, and then found that an Esquire writer tweeted a short video of the incident.    (Language alert.)

The guy was carrying a poster with photos of preborn human beings on the upper half of the poster, visible in the video. (I should add that these were not bloody-baby pictures. If there were any photos of aborted remains on the lower part of the poster, I didn’t see them due to the camera angle.) He was pursued – or as the Esquire writer put it, “made to part ways with his sign” – by masked assailants, who tore the photos off the poster one by one. Among the screaming voices was a woman’s, saying something that sounded like “I chose to have my baby but I’m glad I had a choice!”

At least that particular woman had the integrity to speak her mind without hiding behind a mask and without vandalizing anything.

In Pete’s coverage of the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration,   he noted that the unifying factor among the disparate “counter” groups was anti-Trump sentiment to a greater or lesser degree. I don’t dispute that. I think that sentiment was accompanied by more than a dash of abortion advocacy, of a kind that was around long before Trump and will sadly be around long after he moves on.

I have no idea who the man with the poster supported for President; perhaps like me he’s at risk of being hashtagged #NeverTrump. Those masked hooligans who vandalized his sign didn’t care. The evidently harbored antipathy to the right to life and to anyone promoting it. Trump didn’t even need to be a factor for them.

That was one incident, involving relatively few people, in a place where tens of thousands of people had congregated for various purposes. Maybe the masked vandals who tore up photos of the preborn humans weren’t representative of the larger crowd. Then again, maybe they were.

Mayor and President alike tweeted approval of the day’s peaceful demonstrators speaking out against hate. It was a day for broad strokes, not fine details, so maybe incidents like the one I’ve described escaped the politicians’ notice.

But is it something other than hate when masked people carrying sticks menace a man holding a poster? Is it peaceful to rip up a sign someone’s holding, as long as no one sustains physical injury?  I’m pretty sure that if I, as a pro-lifer, were to tear up a sign held by someone, I’d be charged with simple assault under the laws of my state. (Rightly so, I might add.) Maybe the Boston police had to pick their battles, so to speak, and sign-ripping wasn’t a law enforcement priority the day of a mass rally. Understandable, from a tactical point of view. But I believe the Boston sign vandals got a pass that wouldn’t have been afforded to anyone tearing up a pro-abortion sign.

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Marshall Rooster Cogburn: …you can forget about your duty.
Eula Goodnight: Your own General Lee thought it was the most beautiful word in the English language.
Marshall Rooster Cogburn: What the devil do you know of General Lee?
Eula Goodnight: That he was a christian gentleman who was soundly whipped in the field by Yankees!

Rooster Cogburn 1975

As a general rule I’m opposed to playing games with history and reality. History is what it is and a lot of trouble happens when you try to fiddle with it for the sake of an agenda. That basis also is sufficient to oppose removing the confederate monuments in the south, much better, in my opinion to put up other monuments near and/or with them and explain how and why these folks thought what they thought, why they choose to fight and what the general condition of both American and world culture was so people understand how a nation’s decision to kick the slavery can down the road for 60 years led to a destructive Civil War. And given our current situation lessons on how to avoid such a war might be a pretty good idea.

But there is one more point that I think overrides all of these considerations in my mind and should be taken into account by all those self righteous virtue signaling folk trying to use this to raise their own political profile by playing the “triggered” card.

There were hundreds of thousands of Union causalities in the civil war. According to the US Parks service over 340,000 died (over 110K in battle). Furthermore another 275,000 were wounded meaning tens of thousands of US soldiers spent the rest of their lives maimed because of the various generals honored by those statues and the troops who served under them.

Yet not only didn’t those Union Soldiers begrudge the south honoring those who tried to kill them or succeeded in crippling them, but the elected representatives of the Union survivors not only felt no need to force the removal of said monuments but were perfectly happy to vote honors in those directions even though:

  1. The southern states never at any time held a congressional majority
  2. The Union vets and their children were a significant voting block that drove elections nationally for decades.
  3. After the Civil war no southerner occupied the White House until every single Civil War Vet from both sides was dead and said southerner (LBJ) only became president due to Kennedy’s assassination.

Why didn’t they care? I suspect it was because they understood that the south had lost the war and lost it big time.

Again turning to park service numbers out of a population of 5.5 non slaves the south suffered over 483,000 casualties, nearly a tenth of the entire population. Over 194,000 confederate soldiers came home wounded and when they did come home they found cities destroyed, their countryside practically picked clean by the armies that had slaughtered and maimed their military age population and found that their wealth had been drained faster than a sink unclogged by liquid plumber.

The Union vets and their children were wise enough to understand that no monument even if carved of the best marble or stone whether in a city square or on the side of a mountain could change the fact that the south in general and the southern armies in particular were thoroughly and utterly defeated.

To my mind if the children of those union soldiers, not to mention the men themselves who were targeted for death and destruction by the subjects of those figures depicted in those statues, weren’t offended enough by them to force their removal how much less of a claim do we have generations later to be so offended that those monuments must go?

Let em keep their rocks.

Update: A pretty good counter argument here


Forward! The people who have nothing better to do continue to get their marching orders from fake news talking points and the protests continue ad nauseam and ad infinitum. Here are some of the upcoming demonstrations planned around the country:

In Winston-Salem, NC, they are upset because President Trump fired James Comey and they think it was an “act of tyranny”. Also, Russia! Russia! Russia! The protest takes place this Sunday.

Another Russia! Russia! Russia! march will be taking place in front of the White House tomorrow.

On May 23, in Chicago, IL, there will be a “March on McDonald’s & Trump!

We are marching because this not only worker’s issue, but this is an immigrant, racial, women, LGBTQ, and enviromental issue. When we beat McDonald’s, we will all win. That’s why you need to join us

Among supporters listed, you will find the a who’s who of leftist agitators:

Movement for Black Lives | Women’s March | Our Revolution | MoveON | Next Gen | Color of Change | Fair Immigration Reform Movement | Repairers of the Breach | Women’s March-Chicago | Center for Community Change | 350.org | Patriotic Millionaires | 22nd Ward Independent Political Organization| A Just Harvest | AFSCME Local 1989/NEIU | American Indian Center of Chicago | Answer Chicago
Arab American Action Network | Arise Chicago | Assata’s Daughters| Brighton Park Neighborhood Council | Blocks Together | Casa Aztlan | Chicago Coalition for the Homeless | Chicago DSA | Chicago City Council Progressive Reform Caucus | Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America – CRLN | Chicago Socialist ISO | Communist Party USA | Communities United | Community Activism Law Alliance CALA | CTUL | Durango Unido en Chicago | Hana Center | Hitting Left | ICIRR
IL Planned Parenthood | Indivisible Chicago | Illinois Green Party | Jewish Council On Urban Affairs | Jewish Voice for Peace – Chicago | Jobs with Justice | Mujeres Latinas en Accion | NEIU United | Northeastern Illinois University UPI 4100 | Northside (ONE Northside) | Organizing Neighborhoods for Equality | Pilsen Alliance | PM Insightz || SEIU HCII | SEIU Local 1 | SEIU Local 73 | Sierra Club | Socialist Action Chicago | SOUL | Springfield Call 2 Action | UE Western Region | United Neighbors of the 35th Ward | Workers Education Society | Workers World Party

In Fort Worth, Texas, they want abortions “for a better future”.

Marching women will be joining with the ACLU in St. Petersburg, FL, to advocate for “refugee support“.

Next Sunday, May 28, in Sterling, Virginia, golfers on the PGA Tour will be greeted by anti-Trumpers:

we’ll be in Sterling, VA lining the streets, out on the water, and talking to the media

They are even offering pre-written material for the intellectually lazy agitator. They want a do-over of the November 2016 Presidential election or something:

America wants a mulligan! To us “PGA” just means, “Donald….please go away!”

Ways to get involved:
1) Immediately / remotely – Join our social media protest! Find the guide, with pre-written posts and tweets, as well as great meme images and flyers, here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7XfvOJQc9VdN05sOHU1YzJSaGs?usp=sharing1

Change your profile picture to one of the images available in the folder and post this status:

“Want to know why my profile picture is a KitchenAid mixer in a Donald Trump wig? Go to [link to this page] for more info!”

2) In person: plan to attend the protest. We’ll have resources available on this page for those who want to protest by land or by sea (OK, by river, but you get the idea). Invite your friends, fellow activists, people who have been wanting to get involved but haven’t – anyone and everyone; we need a strong showing!

Why bother to think for yourself when others will think for you and tell you what to say?

On June 3, in Memphis, TN and Austin, TX, they will be marching to have President Trump impeached.

The above is just a sampling of the scheduled outbreaks of manufactured outrage that are popping up every day all over the country, there is much more, but it really does seem to be turning into a bunch of white noise doesn’t it?

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If you think it seems like there is a leftist protest happening every single day, you are only incorrect in that there are MANY leftist protests every single day in America. Whether it is antifa teaming up with Planned Parenthood to lobby for the “rights” of criminal foreign invaders, or a “die-in” to oppose the elimination of Obamacare’s death panels, or whatever, we are living in the age of eternal rioting protesting over anything and everything that is non-leftist, and also things that were supported by the left until someone on the right agreed with it. Protesters litter, block traffic, get violent, and destroy other people’s property, all in the effort to – well, your guess is as good as mine as to what they think they will accomplish with this nonsense, but the bottom line is that they are a bunch of gutless cowards and spoiled red diaper babies.

There is a site, called Resist and Protest, where you can find daily listings of leftist agitation plans. Here is a sampling of what is going on today and tomorrow:

In Minneapolis, Minnesota, it’s Russia! Russia! Russia! with a protest to demand an investigation of Republicans’ alleged buddying up with the Russians to derail Hillary’s coronation as queen in 2016, or something. Funny how all my life I used to hear lefties praise Russia while trashing the United States, and now Putin is the boogeyman and conservatives are soviets?

Elk River, Michigan: Honk if you’re horny! if you hate alternatives to Obamacare! Protesters will be at an overpass trying to get attention from people who are going on fishing trips, or something:

Bring flags. Bring signs. Bring enthusiasm!

Spread the word that fishing opener is a great time to reach thousands of Minnesotans as they head north. Encourage other groups to do this on pedestrian overpasses across the metro area and the state! Tell your local media that you’ll be there, and invite them!

I’m pretty sure those won’t be American flags, unless they intend to burn them.

More from Minnesota, this one in Saint Paul, a “unity march“, against divisiveness, where they claim to be for “ALL” people – unless of course those people are Christian, white non-commies, or in support of enforcement of existing laws. Here is a challenge for DaTechGuy readers, spot how many things are incorrect or insane about the messaging these activists are putting forth:

We have all raised awareness as individual groups, from each civil rights group, to community awareness issues. While each group has their success in what they have done, I would like to bring all groups together to stand in solidarity and raise awareness that we are united, as Trump likes to claim “Make America Great Again”. America IS Great when we are UNITED. While we unite our respective groups, we have not tried uniting our groups together and standing to raise awareness that we ALL matter. All groups, all ages, all genders, all races. The PEOPLE matter. As the motto of the United State goes “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”. Let us Unite, Stand, and Raise the Awareness that we are UNITED as the People of the State of Minnesota. We MATTER! We will March from the Capital to the Governors Mansion to raise this awareness and show the world we are going to be the first example of full unity.

Now that Obama is out of office, it is popular to be anti-war again. In Syracuse, New York, they are protesting today against funding for the Pentagon. Who needs national security when you have drum circles?

In Seattle, Washington, they are protesting today to demand that there be in increase in income taxes. Because everyone is going to have too much money what with the $15 minimum wage and all.

In Auburn, California, you can hear from young foreign invaders and make postcards to support non-enforcement of existing immigration laws. You are advised to bring a snack and non-alcoholic beverages.

Denton, Texas, is hosting a version of the “die-in” protest that actually might be a bit more interesting than the usual moaners laying about, because this one is a funeral procession with music, but they will still be laying around:

We would like to orchestrate a funeral procession and die-in at the square. We would like those that can play instruments to lead us. Sam Hobson, dressed as the Grim Reaper, will lead. Clay Thurmond is procuring a stretcher and a white body bag. He has a flag that we can drape over the body and then we can attach a toe tag to the toe. We who aren’t playing instruments or carrying coffins will carry cardboard tombstones with cause of death because of TrumpZombieCare. In fact, we could be zombies – that is open to discussion. After we march around the square, we will gather and “die” and lay there for at least 10 minutes. The goal is to make a dramatic statement about the current bill that the house passed and send a strong message to Burgess.

Tomorrow, May, 13, is no less #resist filled.

New York, New York: Protest against funding for the Dakota Pipeline, because “injustice”:

Divestment can put an end to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) just as boycotts have effectively ended injustices, like South African apartheid, in the past. We CAN choose to bank ethically instead of with the big banks funding DAPL and other highly destructive projects.

Seattle and San Franciscio recently divested billions of dollars’ worth of transactions from DAPL-funding banks, and Mayor De Blasio recently came out in support of divesting NYC’s pensions from offending banks.

Let’s build momentum for city- and state-wide divestment by closing our own accounts on May 13th!

If you are in Pensacola, Florida, and someone is knocking on your door, they might just be there on behalf of the Democrats.

Near me, in Hyde Park, NY, they will be harassing State Senator Sue Serino, because they want abortions, which are readily available to whoever wants them.

Oh look, a protest in support of the biased left-wing anti-Trump fake news media in New York City!

In Washington, DC, outside of the White House, another “science” protest tomorrow. For the children.

In Omaha, Nebraska, you can go and get protest training.

Lynchburg, Virginia is hosting a “Non-Welcoming” for President Trump. Because raaaaacism.

Nasty Women want abortions in Salt Lake City, Utah. It’s a “pop up art show”.

Is anyone else experiencing protest fatigue? I predict the endless protests will succeed in making normal people treat these demonstrations the way people who live near airports treat plane noise: they will eventually be ignored to the point where they won’t even be noticed at all anymore.

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If  you are in New York’s Hudson Valley and you like your abortions with a side of communist activism, then you are in for a real treat on Monday as Antifa and Planned Parenthood join forces to defend illegal foreign invaders, smash capitalism, support public indoctrination of non-aborted children, and snarl traffic for the May Day march in Poughkeepsie, New York on May 1, 2017! Yes, POUGHKEEPSIE, home to that bastion of higher education tolerance (well, tolerant unless you are a Jew or a heterosexual male), Vassar College!

The march begins at the ironically named “Family Partnership Center” (that’s where you can partner up with a service to avoid becoming a family with children, by any means necessary), and will end at the local City Hall where there will be a meeting which will include discussion about turning Poughkeepsie into a “sanctuary city” for foreign invaders. Because it’s more important to be welcoming to people who are here illegally than to do anything about the crime problem that exists in Poughkeepsie. Got to make sure to continue to avoid enforcing existing laws because, tolerance and diversity!

Hopefully the Hudson Valley leftists will be milder than the ones who’ve been making news lately by rioting against free speech for non-commies, and hopefully they can restrain themselves from throwing their own excrement at anyone who might show up to voice an opposing opinion.

Hudson Valley Antifa Facebook page

Here is more information about the event, from Resist and Protest:

Community Voices Heard invites you all to come join the Poughkeepsie family as we march in the streets on May Day to uplift the working class struggle as it relates to saving the Poughkeepsie city public transportation, undocumented immigrants, public school students, and fighting any form of violence as a result of the pursuit of profit!

May Day PK will consist of speakers, rallies, and a march from the Family Partnership Center to City Hall. We will culminate at Poughkeepsie City Hall as the Poughkeepsie City Council Meeting begins where a sanctuary style legislation will be discussed to protect immigrants rights in Poughkeepsie!

Educate, Agitate, Organize!

They also have it posted in Spanish, natch.

Hudson Valley May Day Facebook Event Page

Poughkeepsie previously hosted an encampment of #Occupy protesters, back when that was a thing, some of whom will likely be at Monday’s march, since these lefty groups tend to overlap each other.

For non-locals, Poughkeepsie is about an hour (by car) north of New York City, in a region known as the Scenic Hudson Valley. There is Poughkeepsie City, which normal people try to avoid when possible, and Poughkeepsie Town, which is basically middle class and kind of nice. It is in Dutchess County, and most of the county and federal government offices for the region are housed in Poughkeepsie City, as are the two hospitals the area has to offer.

I live in a small rural-ish town not far from Poughkeepsie, which is why I noticed this stuff, but I have little doubt that similar events will be happening all over the country because May Day is like Christmas for leftists. Poughkeepsie also had its own “March for Science” and “Women’s March“, because leftists gotta do what leftists do, and when leftists are agitating somewhere, they like to replicate it everywhere.  What’s happening in your neighborhood on Monday?

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Last week large amounts of the student bodies of Claremont and UCLA colleges turned out to protest Heather MacDonald insisting that Black lives matter to them and not to the police.  Thanks to a spate of Easter violence that assertion can be tested by the answers to two questions

When will Claremont & UCLA be holding mass protests over this:

The fatal shooting of Tywan Anderson, 23, in the 1300 block of South Fairfield Avenue, half a block north of Mount Sinai Hospital, marked the only fatality among 29 people who were shot from Saturday to Sunday morning, officials said. Of the people shot, three were teenagers — ages 14, 15 and 17.

and this:

Police are hunting a killer who shared a video of the moment he shot dead an innocent man in Cleveland and claims to have slaughtered 14 more.

Steve Stephens, 37, is on the loose in the Ohio city after he filmed the murder and posted it on social media at around 2pm Eastern Time on Easter Sunday.

If as you say you are angry about violence against black citizens then surely you will be protesting the perpetrators of this actual violence that has taken place in the last 48 hours targeting the black community.  With the same social media network you used to protest Heather Mac Donald you would be able to get something up and running in days with the same kind of crowds.

That is, if you are so inclined.  If you’re not, why not?

Second Question:

What will Claremont and UCLA do for the families of the dead and wounded in the black community?

Are you committing any time and effort to protect these survivors or to find the those responsible for their deaths, or even help them cope with their losses? And if you aren’t AND the police are, then what does that say about who is more committed to black lives?

Now both of these things I mentioned are completely within your power and if you are the people of high moral authority that you claim to be you could have both a protest and perhaps even a fund that the victims and their families could tap to cover their incidental expenses, in fact I’ll be both colleges would be happy to coordinate the making of such a fund if you ask them.

But be aware, you will find no political advantage to it, there is nothing in these killings or shooting that will allow you to make political hay against Police, Donald Trump, Heather MacDonald or anyone else on the right.

So the challenge is there, it’s time to show the world, DO you students of UCLA and Claremont College believe black lives actually matter and want to do something about it, or are you just a bunch of hacks using dead bodies to advance political goals?

Here is your chance to answer that question to the world as loudly as you protested Ms. MacDonald.  May you have the wisdom to make the right choice.


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America is in disarray… if you listen to mainstream media. They say Donald Trump’s transition team is floundering. They see no near end of protests by tender snowflakes on college campuses. They switch back and forth between covering and covering up the violence on the streets perpetrated by protesters angry that Trump is going to be the next President.

The natural reaction for conservatives is a combination of sadness and humor. The “truth” is only as true as the media will allow millions of Americans to believe, so while Trump’s transition is unorthodox, it doesn’t deserve reports that everything’s falling apart because it isn’t. The tender snowflakes among both students and professors make us want to weep for the future and chuckle at their antics, but it’s still there and it can become a threat. As for the protesters on the streets… why haven’t they stopped, yet?

Now is not the time to panic, but it’s also foolhardy for conservatives to not have concerns. The left is angry and hurt. They’re like a wounded beast – defensive, unpredictable, and capable of taking actions they normally wouldn’t take. We’re seeing them making plans to go after us harder in the press, on social media, and on the cultural battlefronts. It’s a less-focused, more violent response than the actions that formed the Tea Party in 2009, which is to say that it’s forming into something that could make an impact. If the Tea Party was the anger-driven intellectual response to Obama’s administration, then whatever the left is forming will be the anger-driven emotional response to Trump.

That shouldn’t be dismissed. The ebb and flow of political passions can be turned into actions. The Tea Party helped sweep in a strong majority in the House in 2010 and a good majority in the Senate in 2014. If the left can get organized behind their emotional responses, we could see the opposite result in 2018. That should terrify us all.

Now is not the time for complacence, celebration, or gloating. The GOP has control. What they do with it over the next two years might not be enough if we don’t combat the left’s passionate rise. Everything can go as planned and the GOP could still lose the House, Senate, and strides made at the states if we aren’t aggressively putting down the leftist propaganda machine. This is a time for diligence. The opposition is rising.

Two months ago Black Lives Matter protesters in Worcester closed down traffic in Kelly Square.  Now they’re kinda miffed that they are getting summons to court for doing so:

 

On Jan. 19, protesters staged a “Black Lives Matter” protest in Worcester’s Kelley Square that included blocking traffic. City officials investigated, and more than two months later issued court summons for four of some 40 participants, charging each with being a disorderly person and disturbing the peace.

 

The Communities United Collective is crying oppression

The Communities United Collective says the city is “threatening charges as a platform to intimidate the protestors and silence the voices of protest in Worcester,” and has “openly condemned those who participate in non-violent, open protest against city policies…”

Oh my GOD! The oppression, the humiliation! 10% of the protesters have gotten SUMMONS TO COURT.

That’s a disruption to their busy lives unlike guys like this with the leisure time to write long letters:

 

Never before have I written so long a letter. I’m afraid it is much too long to take your precious time. I can assure you that it would have been much shorter if I had been writing from a comfortable desk, but what else can one do when he is alone in a narrow jail cell, other than write long letters, think long thoughts and pray long prayers?

If I have said anything in this letter that overstates the truth and indicates an unreasonable impatience, I beg you to forgive me. If I have said anything that understates the truth and indicates my having a patience that allows me to settle for anything less than brotherhood, I beg God to forgive me.

 

I’ll bet if that God worshiping Christians like that guy had to suffer they way these guys in Worcester he’d know what oppression was.

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Yesterday we noted Insty’s point showing how the police showdown illustrates that a lot of policing is about generating revenue and wondered if this was an opening for the various protesters:

If someone of the anti-police left wanted to expand their base, they’d be arguing that all of this amounts to a TAX on individuals and ask:  “Do you support arbitrary Taxation?” and I say “arbitrary” because the slowdown illustrates that these fines can be waived and ignored at will.

In theory this would be an excellent line of attack.  It illustrates government overreach and I dare say quite a few libertarians would likely be nodding their heads in agreement if the point was pressed.  This has the potential to divide the now pro-cop public, who appreciate the danger the police face but like most people find low level enforcement of parking & traffic rules and the fines that come with it an annoyance.

However this is something the protesters will not do and in fact dare not do.

Not because it wouldn’t be an effective point, but because it would!

You see most big cities are run by the left, both at the top, and in the infrastructure of the bureaucracy.  Our protesting friends understand they and their allies are the people who benefit the most from the spending that is financed by these dollars and it’s a piece of those dollars that those leading the protests are actually after.

What would be the point of attracting a bunch of icky libertarians in their crusade against the police if it simply makes the point that government is too big and strongarming citizens when it’s those very strong arm tactics that are the bread and butter of the Sharpton’s of the world?  And if such a realization spreads among the public the result for the left would be disaster.

No much better to do without the libertarians an proceed to the inevitable endgame that will play out like so:

1.  The city will buy off the protesters with expensive programs that will coincidently employ & empower the friends and allies of the protest “leaders”.

2.  The protest leaders will announce that the city is “moving in the right direction and pull back their protests until the next such opportunity arises.

3.  The cities needing next to placate the police who they alienate, will offer major contract concessions and policies to help protect them so they are able to safely go back to writing tickets to help  finance all this new spending.

Of course the money for all of these changes is going to have to come from somewhere so watch the fines and taxes increase to pay for both.

Thus in the end the bureaucracy, the protesters and the police will all be satisfied.  Only the taxpayers and the mothers of the black youth who will continue to be gunned down in the cities will continue to pay the piper.

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There is nothing that illustrates the danger of the blue state secular liberal culture then this story:

It is hard for me to put into words how pathetically silly I find the requests of college and post-grad students to postpone exams because of the “trauma” they experienced due to Grand Jury decisions in the national news. It is even harder to express how pathetic and silly it is that college and law school officials are bending to the requests of these “traumatized” students.

This is the logical result of the 60’s generation raising children outside of the Judeo Christian Culture that once was American Culture and that still dominates in Red States.

Consider for a moment how history would have been different if this was the way things were if these type of people had not just appeared in the last decades but were here for the entire history of the country what if….

Martin Luther King and the Freedom Riders were too “traumatized” by events in the south to resist?

NASA Astronauts were too traumatized by the explosion of the Space Shuttle to continue working?

NASA was too traumatized by the Apollo 1 fire to go to the moon?

JFK was too traumatized by the missile crisis to react

Harry Truman was too traumatized by the NK invasion to go to the UN

 The WW2 Generation, the Civil War Generation, the Revolutionary War Generation were too traumatized to react?

Imagine if abolitionists, explorers, scientists, mechanics, and those who have achieved great things all let themselves be frozen by events and allowed themselves to be paralyzed like these kids?  Where would they be today?

Kids you’re being played by people who wish you to be useless willing and able to do what needs to be done only in video games.

And if you think that’s a coincidence then ask yourself if you were the leader of a country trying to destroy an enemy’s’  civilization, say one that stands between you and power, ask yourself how you’d go about it without arousing suspicion?