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This past week really has illustrated, to me at least, how pathetic and ignorant the Left and Democrats really are when they give such hideous mixed messages who they are, what they want, and how they will try to accomplish their goals.

But, I have no interest to reach out and try to negotiate with the Personality Disordered that are the Left/Democrats as per their leadership and people of influence.  Nope, those folks are lost and unapproachable, but, the elephant I speak of are the losers who are so easily mislead and manipulated.  Oh, and I get it, about 67% of those who vote Democrat every single election, they are part of that lost and unapproachable group as much as their failed leaders.

But, there are about a third of “Democrat voters” who still might have a chance at redemption and return to humanity as the rest of us know it to be for healthy, functional folks.  And that is my point here, will these people who are the elephants in the room realize how much they are being played and how they can make some real noise, some real impact in turning things around for the country?

Couple of links to show readers why I know my attitude that the Demon-craps is real and valid, let’s start with this first:

Oh, I don’t think the following bodes well for the entrenched Left:

“Evidence of the liberal tilt in criminology is widespread. Surveys show a 30:1 ratio of liberals to conservatives within the field, a spread comparable with that in other social sciences. The largest group of criminologists self-identify as radical or “critical.” These designations include many leftist intellectual orientations, from radical feminism to Marxism to postmodernism. Themes of injustice, oppression, disparity, marginalization, economic and social justice, racial discrimination, and state-sanctioned violence dominate criminological teaching and scholarship, as represented in books with titles like Search and Destroy: African American Males in the Criminal Justice System, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, and Imprisoning Communities: How Mass Incarceration Makes Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Worse.

A quick perusal of Presidential Awards for Distinguished Contributions to Justice, bestowed by the American Society of Criminology (ASC), shows that the winners were primarily rewarded for their left-wing advocacy. They included a judge in Massachusetts who advocated abolishing the state’s death penalty, an FBI agent who successfully sued the organization for ethnic discrimination, and a former director of juvenile corrections in Massachusetts who closed the state’s juvenile reformatories and wrote a book alleging that the system hunted down black men for sport. The society also honored Zaki Baruti, a radical black activist in St. Louis known for his hatred of police and support for leftist causes.

Recently, the ASC’s policy committee sent a mass e-mail to members, asking for help in countering a Wall Street Journal editorial written by Heather Mac Donald, a longtime City Journal contributing editor and a writer known for eviscerating liberal claims about the police and the justice system. Mac Donald argued that because of increased scrutiny and charges of racism, police had rolled back their efforts to deter crime, at least in minority communities, resulting in rising violence in many cities across the country. She called this the “Ferguson Effect,” after the town in Missouri where the (justified) police shooting of Michael Brown, a young black man, in 2014 ignited riots and gave rise to a new anti-law-enforcement push from advocates, the press, and Democratic politicians. The existence and extent of the Ferguson Effect is an empirical question that can be debated. But it is telling that the ASC had never shown any interest in rebutting the hundreds of editorials that repeated factually baseless claims about police shootings or the racism supposedly embedded in the criminal-justice system. Only Mac Donald’s work was singled out—as was Wilson’s, years earlier.”

and then this later:

“While promoting the report, Travis and Nicholas Turner, president of the Vera Institute of Justice, an advocacy organization, published a New York Times op-ed assailing American prisons and holding up the German penal system as a positive exemplar. “To be sure, there are significant differences between the two countries,” the authors observed. “Most notably, America’s criminal justice system was constructed in slavery’s long shadow and is sustained today by the persistent forces of racism.” Not only does this statement shed light on the authors’ ideological views; it also manages to insult anyone who works in the criminal-justice system and who values public safety and order.”

Yeah, I would really want to compare myself to German efforts, even today!

And then this story, which really is one of many saying the same thing about the pathetic defense of Antifa, which I will be calling Anarcha hereon for the frank Anarchist agenda they are solely about:

I think the author points out well the point how the two extremist sides of our one party system do differentiate:

“First of all, let’s discuss that Vox said that Tea Party protesters were peaceful. Maybe that’s because wanting fewer regulations, taxes, and reducing the size of governmentis not a crazy, right wing terrorist agenda. That was a nice comment to add concerning how peaceful protests have worked out so much better concerning political activism than beating people up. The Occupy protests brought vandalism and scores of crimesto the various encampments, so let’s not cite them as a stellar example, albeit Vox did do a nice job showing how Antifa’s violence is going to hurt their agenda. Not necessarily complaining about that for this bunch of progressive thugs. I would say that the only thing Vox omitted from their criticism of Antifa is not that it plays into President Trump’s hands concerning political violence being committed by the far left, or that it’s not effective activism—all of that is true. It’s that political violence is, well, absolutely wrong. Vox does say that it’s wrong, but through the lens of results and optics. We don’t beat up people because they hold differing political opinions. To commit acts of violence to further a political goal and influence the wider audience, which by the way is textbook terrorism, is wrong. Yes, nonviolent protests have been more effective. Yes, left wing political violence only emboldens its opposition and makes them seem like crazy people to the sensible center of America, but perhaps the No. 1 reason why Antifa is doing it wrong is because when they use violence to stop their opponents, they’re no better than neo-Nazis. You know, the whole violence is wrong thing we were taught when we were young. Maybe that should be the No. 1 reason Antifa is wrong.

But, the Democrats are a party of evil, of pervasive hate, and they are eternally outraged they don’t own the White House, and will stop at nothing to try to regain that part of government, at any cost.

So, if you are a Democrat, and see nothing wrong with the optics and messages your party continues to sell, well, you are most likely an antisocial cretin.  So, I will hope those around you who don’t espouse your beliefs and narrative will figure you out sooner than later, and find creative ways to marginalize and ostracize you!

But, if you are a Democrat and see some problems with your party’s agenda, well, time to roar in the room.  Believe me, the Democrat choir is not the objective for change, but those like you who want to maintain independence and autonomy.

Oh, those last two terms in that prior sentence, those are basically “f— you” and “racist bastard” to the entrenched Left.  Autonomy and independence, not concepts for the Anarchas and Democrat Bastard leaders in this country!

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So, time to make some noise, and some impact.  Antifa, er, Anarcha, they only want one thing, and we saw that well illustrated in a film a few years ago:

This is Anarcha folks, the projection is so perfect in illustration!

addendum Sept 4 10 AM:

Kurt Schlicter is right on the money:

“So now there are really four political parties stuffed into two political party infrastructures:

  1. Right, pro-establishment (The RINOs)
  2. Right, anti-establishment (The Trump voters)
  3. Left, pro-establishment (Hillary’s snobby urban corporatist jerk corps)
  4. Left, anti-establishment (The Bernie/Warren/Stalin Axis of Venezuela)

            This explains why we see the DC establishment unifying to protect its power and privilege – and holding us normals in utter contempt. Most Democrat senators and Republican senators have much more in common with each other than with us – to the GOP establishment, Trump’s clearly the bigger threat than a counterpart across the aisle. It also explains why you hear about Bernie supporters who went for Trump instead of Felonia von Pantsuit. That’s the fault line – the desire to keep or destroy this monstrous status quo. This new axis will reshape the political parties as their uncomfortable coalitions jockey for control of their respective party’s infrastructure (Yeah, the Dems have big problems too). Hell, it may reshape – violently – our whole country if we aren’t careful.”

Repugnocants, and Demon-craps, it really has devolved into choosing the lesser of evils, and frankly, how one can tolerate the concept of promoting, much less accepting evil as rule is just pathetic.

Again, where is this third party to rise from the ashes?…


addendum Sept 4 4PM:  this should disturb any Democrat who has half a brain, but, that would alter the definition of Democrat, eh?:

“The play unleashed a torrent of outrage on social media after the festival published this year’s list of shows. Its head-scratching title was enough for some neighbors to condemn it, but the play’s description is even more provocative: “Can liberals accept that pedophilia is a legitimate sexuality?”

from the quote inside the link, but, it is what it is.

The Left wants to normalize pedophilia.

Another reason to hate the Left with Extreme Prejudice!  Yeah, let’s seek out this group as allies for a cause, how f—d up is that!?