The Flight of Freedom of Speech: Just in Case You Did Not Know By Charles Taylor
Thankfully, we have been given a concise answer bout the shutdowns of conservative and Alt Right/Dissent right sites:
At long last we know; for everything conservatives do offends the Left/globalist establishment, especially our very existence! Hence, everything must be shut down, including, ultimately, our life support systems. Talk about us, versus them!
Oh, and speaking of us versus them, the otherwise majestically tolerant New York Times has published a piece where the claim is made: “corruption is in Russia’s DNA.” Of course, it must be a metaphor, or otherwise the sacred doctrine that race does not exist (except the White race, but only for purposes of discipline and punishment), would be violated. As I have hit the NYT’s paywall, and refuse to give them a cent, consider instead:
“An unfortunate New York Times op-ed which argues that Russia has a genetic affinity for corruption has disgusted even the most vocal Kremlin critics – an impressive feat considering the US appetite for mindless Russia bashing. Around-the-clock Russiagate hysteria has produced an impressive array of poorly conceived, xenophobic-laced Kremlinology – but the Times’ latest offering, ‘The Putin I Knew; the Putin I Know’, is a rare delicacy that not even the most accomplished truffle dog could dig up. Penned by one Franz J. Sedelmayer, the piece uses anecdotes about Vladimir Putin when he was deputy mayor of St. Petersburg to argue that “Putin’s Russia” is hardwired to hate democracy. Sedelmayer, we’re told, ran a security company that received a contract in St. Petersburg – resulting in several run-ins with Putin in the 90s. “Corruption is in Russia’s DNA, as it is in Mr. Putin’s,” the German author theorizes. Not satisfied with pontificating about Russia’s genetic defects, Sedelmayer later quips that “sharing’s not the Russian way.”
Some might applaud Sedelmayer for not trying to mask his expert analysis with flowery innuendo, but even the most hardened Russia critics found his casual generalizations too nauseating to stomach.
“‘Corruption is in Russia’s DNA.’ This is racism masquerading as analysis,” wrote NPR Moscow correspondent Lucian Kim.”
Of course, it is. Thus, when it comes time for the big hypersonic eggs to be dropped, guess where the epicentre of egg number one will be?
Martial law is just around the corner, once Trump is jailed, although anarcho-tyranny will be allowed to flourish, as it does now:
“It’s not even surprising anymore. In opposition to a rumored “Ku Klux Klan” rally at Stone Mountain GA, an armed column of masked Antifa waving communist banners marched through the streets this weekend. They contemptuously ignored anti-mask laws and the lack of a permit. But police didn’t interfere. [Watch: Activists burn Klansman effigy at ‘victory march’ after white nationalists don’t show up to Georgia rally, by Martin Cizmar, Raw Story, February 2, 2019] In fact, whether the “Klansmen” or “white nationalists” even existed is unclear—Main Stream Media outlets are not identifying the group that wanted to host the rally, which seems as elusive as those Chicago “MAGA Country”enthusiasts who supposedly attacked Jussie Smollett. But it doesn’t really matter, as a cheerleading Huffington Post article noted that the state had denied the group a permit and shut down the park to prevent a rally anyway. [Counterprotesters burn Klansmen in effigy as Georgia White Supremacist Rally Fizzles, by Mary Papenfuss, February 3, 2019] However, while the “Klan” didn’t show, complying with the law, Antifa did. Thus it wasn’t really an Antifa “counterprotest” at all—simply an armed march by communists (note the flags) that Georgia authorities benevolently smiled upon.
As in Charlottesville 2017, the issue is not about the ideology of “Klansmen” or “Antifa.” It is not even about MSM bias, though Journofa shilling for Communist militants is outrageous. The issue is: does an impartial Rule Of Law really exist in America anymore—or is the country is now fully under the selective law of anarcho-tyranny? After all, it’s clear that U.S. law enforcement has a hands-off policy towards Antifa, despite a number of disturbing incidents in recent weeks.
• On January 11, Charles Landeros, an immigrant transgender, arrived armed at a school and was shot following a confrontation with police. [Former UO student and activist killed in Eugene Police shooting outside of Cascade Middle School, by Michael Tobin, Emily Goodykoontz, and Zach Price, Daily Emerald, January 12, 2019] Landeros had a longtime history of radicalism, including posting comments such as “time to start killing pigs,” but the FBI had declined to bring charges against him. [Incendiary devices found outside Eugene police HQ after police shooting of armed Antifa radical, by Debra Heine, PJ Media, January 30, 2019] After the shooting, “multiple incendiary devices” were found outside the Eugene police department. [Multiple incendiary devices left outside Oregon police department by unknown attacker, by Mike Ciandella, The Blaze, January 31, 2019] No direct link has been established as yet, but given Antifa’s open hatred of police, it’s certainly a starting point for any investigation.
• In late November, Philadelphia Antifa activist Tom Keenan was arrested following an attack on two U.S. Marines, who were of Hispanic descent. According to the testimony given by the Marines, Keenan asked them if they were “Proud Boys”—a reference the Marines did not understand. They were thereupon set upon by a mob that allegedly screamed “f**k them up.” This account suggests another danger of allowing Antifa mobs to roam the streets looking for enemies—they have the habit of attacking any other random people who get in their way, including minorities and even journalists.
• Thomas Massey, once quoted in The Washington Post about his wish to “punch a Nazi” and his desire for violence at the Trump Inauguration, was also arrested for alleged involvement in the Philadelphia attack. [Second man arrested in Philly Marine Attack Wanted “More Violence” at Trump Inauguration, by Victor Fiorillo, Philadelphia Magazine, November 30, 2018] Of course, if Massey did participate in the attack, it’s not surprising—given that the government essentially releasedthose who marred the inauguration of the Commander-in-Chief with riots, why wouldn’t he keep doing it?
• Another Antifa member alleged to have participated in the attack was Joseph “Jose” Alcolff, aka “Chepe,” who now faces 17 charges, including “ethnic intimidation.” Alcoff is reportedly a member of Smash Racism DC, the same group that protested Tucker Carlson’s home and confronted Senator Ted Cruz. [Revealed: Antifa leader relied on anonymity to push radical, violent communist agenda, by Andrew Kerr, Daily Caller, December 18, 2018] His identity was revealed by The Daily Caller News Foundation, which was a major factor in his arrest. [DC Antifa leader charged with “ethnic intimidation” related to attack on Marines, by Andrew Kerry, Daily Caller, January 29, 2019] Alcoff was well-connected in Establishment Democratic politics, despite (or because of) which his arrest has been almost unmentioned in the national MSM. [DC Antifa leader arrested for multiple violent felonies out of a job at progressive nonprofit after his radical ideology was exposed, by Andrew Kerr, Daily Kerry, January 29, 2019]
Clearly the rule of law has ended in America, and we are seeing the rule of the tyrannical Left. I expect all of this to be replicated in Australia in less than five years, if the West lasts that long.