Radical left gathers momentum, gets more dangerous with violence, blood libels

Radical left gathers momentum, gets more dangerous with violence, blood libels
Antifa's handiwork, UC-Berkeley, 1 Feb 2017. (Image: Screen grab of ABC 7 SF video, YouTube)

But the left…think[s] conservatives are allied with Nazis or Nazi-sympathizers.   They cast mainstream conservatives in with these monsters, knowing full well that the only commonality the two share is what appears to be a random and meaningless placement on the right side of the political spectrum.

Hillary Clinton was the mastermind behind this mindset: she conflated mainstream conservatives — especially those who supported Trump — with neo-Nazis and White Supremacists in her August 2016 Reno campaign speech. She singlehandedly primed the pump for the radical Pussy Hat March, Inauguration Day violence, and the Berkeley riots.

Falsely accusing mainstream conservatives of being members of the far right is akin to saying the Jews drank the blood of Christian children. Blaming the Berkeley chaos on conservatives is like blaming the Jews for killing Jesus. Such blood libels do not end well for the victims, as charismatic rabble-rousers — whether in the Pale of Settlement or Berkeley, CA — rile up hysterical mobs that scapegoat their misery on the targeted group and ransack on demand. …

Here is the cold hard truth:  with each riot and outrageous accusation, the left is emboldened.  It doesn’t matter that their message is chaotic, their delivery cacophonous. It is irrelevant that WE think they look ridiculous.  What matters to them is that they can manipulate the political scene today to achieve long-term goals ASAP. …

This is all about building momentum towards a General Strike, a Revolution, the Fundamental Transformation.

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