Gavin McInnes’ latest column at Taki Magazine needs to be read to be believed. Not what he says, but what is said to him by people in Paris.
Here’s a subtlety lost on many: There’s a difference between not committing hate crimes because you’re intelligent enough to understand the concept of innocent until proven guilty and not committing hate crimes because you hate yourself and your culture too much to think it’s worth fighting for.
Let me pose this question: If you knew someone whose wife was brutally murdered, and instead of calling for blood they knee-jerk reacted with total detachment, insisting that no rash actions be made and no reprisals be carried out. Rather than insist on going out to track the killer down himself he actually tells other people to let the police handle it and not let personal feelings dictate their decisions.
Does that sound like a person who just lost someone he loved, or someone so in love with their own sense of self-righteousness they don’t care about anyone else?
The opposite of love is not hate, but indifference. Or mentally-ill stockholm syndrome victims.
Meanwhile, France doubles down on gun control.
I agree with Aaron Clarey. Time to give up the ghost.
The same thing will come to America, and when it does I will shed no tear for those who suffer due to consequences of policies they themselves supported. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.
As Rorschach from The Watchmen said:
The accumulated filth of all their sex and murder will foam up about their waists and all the whores andpoliticians will look up and shout “Save us!”… and I’ll look down and whisper “No.” They had a choice, all of them…Instead they followed the droppings of lechers and communists and didn’t realize that the trail led over a precipice until it was too late. Don’t tell me they didn’t have a choice. Now the whole world stands on the brink, staring down into bloody Hell, all those liberals and intellectuals and smooth-talkers… and all of a sudden nobody can think of anything to say.