Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Fighting fear and hatred with fearlessness and resolve

Sally Zelikovsky urges a vigorous intellectual response to the outrages of the tolerance gang.
So, from now on, don't play the politically correct game. Throw it right back at them. It's violent, offensive, repulsive, intrusive, racist, bigoted, intolerant, or divisive. It sets a bad example for the young, it violates our rights, and it threatens not only a civil society, but a free society as well.

And don't back down or cower because of this thuggish behavior. This is a time for valor, a time for all of us to take a stand. Our soldiers do not cringe in the face of danger just because the enemy has a gun. Neither should we.


RebeccaH said...

I agree. Every time somebody lobs the word "racism" at us, we should make them explain, in detail, what they mean. And then attack every fumble-footed, half-assed liberal trope they try to use.

Deadman said...

The same goes for the various -phobias which seek to diagnose dislike or distaste or even disinterest as psychological disorders of ignorant and fearful prejudice and bigotry. I particularly recommend mockery of the stupid term homophobic (which, apparently, is used to mean “misophilomophylist”, rather than “irrational dread of the same”).