A society will quickly decompose to its factional components without broadly applied principles. That is to say, what you demand for yourself must be granted to others. Otherwise we are simply engaged in polite warfare; and that has a poor record of remaining polite. So while it is gratifying to ruthlessly squelch your opposition and simultaneously swoon at their response, only the dullest confuse this for any principle beyond hostility.
Here’s an example. If Alex punched Rob in the face every time he spoke, what conclusion should rational observers draw? Obviously that Rob’s conscious actions consistently result in violence, and he is therefore culpable for the harm that results to either party: QE fucking D. This sort of pedestrian sophistry is precisely the media gruel being served following last night’s riot/protest by the multi-racial and singularly parasitic Gibs Coalition at Trump’s Chicago rally.
That a front-running presidential candidate is now being openly swarmed by his opponents’ drones is less surprising than learning their assaults were his own fault. His presence, we are advised, triggers a reflex in leftist ganglions, resulting in a strike response quite beyond their control. So it is Trump’s responsibility to present something palatable to his enemies’ sensibilities, else they risk injury in attack. And the fault is all his. That’s a highly convenient narrative…if you can keep it.
Fortunately keeping the left’s zombie ants from drowning in their own saliva is the duty of other Republicans. And these men are nothing if not professional about their work. Both Cruz and Kasich issued statements afterwards that offered only vague passive-voiced misgivings about certain unfortunate events, with Trump himself cited as the party at fault. Though I am speaking only from feelings, and if incorrect on the facts the blame is solely yours.
Yet Kasich and Cruz’s oblique support for a movement that would bury them both with equal equanimity is fairly stunning, even in the annals of cuckservative lore. Obviously these jelly-spined men want to attract no similar attention to themselves and are desperate for opportunities to tar the front-runner. Though one might think simple forecasting would temper their tut-tutting. Do they truly embrace this as precedent? If so it’s Trump today, them tomorrow. But I guess they’ll worry about that as their limousine is being overturned by anti-fa.
But there’s a couple of germane points to make before we all rush the podium. It’s not any particular policies Trump protestors are enraged about, but who supports him. He could blandly parrot every plank from the Clinton website, and it wouldn’t temper a single low-IQ lunge. Trump is visibly supported by visibly angry whites; and that is what sends his detractors bounding like Burmese opium pellets. It is visceral tribal antipathy. And it isn’t swayed by appeals to etiquette. In case I haven’t mentioned it previously, the age of ideology is over.
These tribal antagonists bristle most at the social bargain they believe Trump has maliciously broken. Whites in America have two sacred responsibilities: pay the bills and keep their mouths shut. That many consider Trump to be implicitly breaching this agreement is the source of practically all ongoing hostility and hysteria. And that’s understandable. America’s multi-cult globalist ambitions ride on a docile and domesticated white middle class. Everyone but those bearing the saddle share a heavy interest in keeping it on all fours.
For the intellectual left flank of liberalism’s bell curve, that means imagining a people who may no longer be inclined to shuffle through life muttering eyes-averted apologies. And when another man is paying for your food, housing, education, and medical care, you damn well expect him to be properly contrite. Trump is tossing contrition out the window. And for many, that is definitely not how to make America great again.