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The Problem Is…

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It’s funny when I’m accused by my critics of being a conservative, but I understand why that is.

First, I don’t believe in peace as a vehicle for change.  Look at civil rights in the United States, for example.  An unarmed black man was murdered on his own property by the police in Sacramento, California four days ago.

http://time.com/5209780/stephan-alonzo-clark-sacramento-police-shooting/

Do “progressives” talk about this?

No, they are more concerned about interest rates and Wall Street billionaires.  Civil rights mean nothing to “progressives” in the United States.  They never mention equal access for children with disabilities and they never address police shootings.  It’s always those crooked banksters.

To their credit, CEOs are crooked as all hell, but there are more important issues to fight against.  Furthermore, American “progressives” are too chickenshit to do what every other economically oppressed populous in the world has done to address to problem of income inequality: go to war.

War has worked every single time in which it has been used to equalize the economic playing field.  However, these “progressives” simply whine about their hopes and whine when another election has been stolen by the Republican Party.

While I’m no fan of the Second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms, I’m not above arming myself with a Louisville Slugger and a butcher knife if it came right down to the pavement.  I know that Donald Trump is out to get rid of me and mine.  The only difference between myself and most of the grassroots American left is that I am willing to fight because I know voting no longer works.

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