I am sure everyone knows about this by now, but Tricia’s post is thoughtful.
Does some small group of Nazis marching in the streets bother you? How about Antifa fighting with Nazis or anyone they just happen to feel like shutting up? That a bit more alarming? What do you think about politicians posturing so they can display their anti-white supremacist credentials? That’s definitely worth an eye-roll, but isn’t what takes the cake when corporate execs start behaving like gutless, thoughtless, politically correct fools? Doesn’t that mean the stupidity of political correctness has become part of their business model?
When businessmen make absurdly foolish decisions based upon an insane form of political correctness, that threatens both our freedom and the economic health of our country. So this is not something we want to mainstream.
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It’s been quite the rollercoaster of events these past couple of weeks, with Nazis openly marching in the streets, a self identified anti-fascist group employing their own fascist techniques to shut them up, historical statues and monuments vandalized by mobs and a president who has not yet learned that how and when you say something is just as important as what is being said.
Taken individually, these things are not yet cause for too much alarm. The majority of the country soundly rejects Nazism and white supremacists, is appalled by mobs tearing down statues and is waking up to the violent tactics of groups like Antifa. Collectively though, they are symptoms of much a greater problem; one whose essence is captured in a seemingly small event.
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