Quote of the day—Michael Z. Williamson

My current jihad is to continue to remind terrorist scum that they can’t silence decent people–Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Pagan, areligious, or otherwise, with bombs. And to remind liberals that they’re pathetic shit who can’t silence the voices of decent people, aren’t even effective terrorists, but that if they attempt to become so, we will have to kill them.

Michael Z. Williamson
March 27, 2018
You’re Offended? Go Fuck Yourself.
[This is particularly relevant today because this is Boomershoot weekend and is a good part of the reason why I put so much work into Boomershoot.

For those of you who would like to point out that the classic liberal is different from present day liberals, Williamson addressed this earlier in his post.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Michael Z. Williamson

  1. From his first paragraph:
    “frank discussion of liberalism and statism that survivors of leftist regimes may find troubling.”
    Actually the actual survivors of Leftist regimes are cheering his words as a sign that SOMEONE recognizes the Left as propagandists, liars and hypocrites of the first order. Citizens of the former Warsaw Pact countries that aren’t pining for the old days are watching the west in open mouthed amazement as their former Nato foes believe every lie they were told and learned by painful firsthand experience were false. “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is a polite rendering of the lies they were fed. The real people who are disturbed by Williamson’s essay are the people who were hoping to sell another suit of magical clothing to the west, since they lost the account in Eastern Europe. The media elites and college professors and Democrat party apparatchiks are the ones disturbed.
    And that is as it should be. If you’re taking flak, you’re on target, and if you got a standing ovation you didn’t speak truth to power.
    He says Leftists can’t learn, and that’s probably so, so let’s use the Dr, Ignatz Semmelweiss approach, and teach the up and coming generations that will replace them. It would be good if we could wash our hands of them permanently, but Leftism seems to be ingrained in the human psyche like orginal sin.

    • And as for silencing dissent, there are stirring words put in the mouth of Victor Lazslo, played by Paul Heinreid in Casablanca,
      “There is always someone else.”
      To which I add, “but you have to stand up first in order for there to be someone else.”

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