I don’t get it. There are competing ideologies, and many Americans want it both ways.
It’s so bizarre.
The Competing Ideologies
Our young people chant pro-death slogans against the innocent. Have these people ever studied real history or science? Perhaps if colleges taught an actual body of knowledge and promoted patriotism (i.e., love of one’s country), not tribalism (i.e., oppressor vs. oppressed), the truth of how life works would become evident to these Americans. Remember: What you believe is how you will behave.
American college students protest in favor of a foreign death cult terrorist group whose goal is to exterminate an entire nation.
Many single-issue young American voters want the right to kill their sons or daughters if these unborn citizens are inconvenient, too expensive, etc. (Note: the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution refers to the unborn as “our posterity,” not “a commodity”).
Furthermore, these groups believe they have a right to choose death for the innocent, whether the innocents are of a nationality they despise, or their own offspring. They falsely believe that not granting Americans a “right to murder” is to deprive them of their constitutional rights. Where in the Constitution do Americans reserve the right to condemn the innocent to die? Millions of Americans, whose passions have been inflamed to separate everyone into two groups, believe this fallacy. You are either the oppressed or the oppressor, flipping the script according to their desired outcome.
Peaceful Protest, Not a National Tantrum
Indeed, peacefully protest if you like, but you have no right to destroy life, liberty, or property in a national tantrum to promote your cause. Furthermore, business and government leaders are not obligated to pay for or promote your cause.
I am so grateful for the leaders and patriotic individuals who have withdrawn monetary support from institutions of higher education that allow death cult ideologies to take over courses of study. America believes in free speech. On the other hand, American-style freedom does not force others to promote or pay for ideologies that contradict our founding American principles.
In summary, ‘A House Divided” thinking with Competing Ideologies will not stand. More about this here: :
Instead, We the People must promote individual freedom and patriotism, not collective misery, as in “oppressor vs the oppressed” (Marxist) thinking.
As always, it begins with us.
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