I was contemplating, last night, the state of affairs in our once great nation. I’m afraid the frog has fully boiled. It’s not getting worse; it is as bad as it will be. Don’t think we are in the twilight of our greatness — our greatness is gone.
I don’t normally stick up for men who are homosexuals, since sodomy is evil. (I tried to find a kinder, gentler term than evil, but sugar-coating a turd is disgusting in and of itself).
I am surrounded by people-things who, with delight, will excoriate me for holding such an opinion. Those same people-things will wax eloquent in defense of the surgical removal of male gonads accompanied by massive doses of estrogen — they call it good. For to oppose self-emasculation is to be “transphobic,” they say.
Those people-things defend the destruction of children in public schools when they are taught that it’s OK to embrace a life-style of buggery, but they would call me out as a “homophobic” for pointing out what should only be obvious to anyone familiar with Moses’ story of Creation.
But enough about that.
Milo, the topic of this post, is fascinating — he is someone whom the Left should adore but hates: a gay Jewish man married to a Black man.
And so I encourage everyone to read Milo’s recent speech Germans waking up and finally willing to speak out against the darkness in their own land.
But don’t, especially as Germans, allow guilt from the past and lies in the present to sabotage your future.
If you think I’m exaggerating about how they behave, here’s a quote from a 1943 Communist Party Directive: “When certain obstructionists become too irritating, label them, after suitable buildups, as fascist or Nazi or anti-Semitic, and use the prestige of antifascist and tolerance organizations to discredit them.”
I bring this up not gratuitously, but because where would such a tactic be more effective than Germany itself? This is name-calling of the very worst kind, an allegation of moral horror collapsed into a single two-syllable word that demands rebuttal.
When you call someone the n-word, the only person who looks bad is you. Not the black guy. But when you call someone a Nazi or a racist, you aren’t just calling them names. You are challenging them to disprove your allegation to the world while at the same time indelibly linking their name to something disgusting.
It is reprehensible and it is what your media to do you every single day.