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Cowards, Killers and Commies

| Opinion | June 18, 2020

by Dale Paule

There are three things that are just part of the “Human Condition.” They may look and sound different at times, but they all end up with the same result; and none of it good for anything or anybody.

The Coward is simply someone too weak to fight; always seeking compromise instead of fighting for the right things. They do so to keep from offending any who may not vote for or hire them if they were to hold a different point of view.

The Killer, too often, ends up as a martyr for some cause—“I had to do it, to advance the cause! Or perhaps, through a painful bending and twisting of facts, claim to be a “Victim of injustice!” and end up forever immortalized on the back of sweatshirts.

And the Commie: “what a queer web we weave, when we seek to deceive,” sums them up very nicely. The last thing in the world they want is to be seen as they actually are. That’s why, over their long history of fatally infecting countries and people with lies and promises of offering a perfect world of “equality,” they’ve gone by many different names and fronts, but they began in 1917 using the title, “Communist,” as they overthrew the centuries old Russian Empire. It worked like a charm; so what if it took a few thousand lives here and there to teach the poor souls the meaning of “equality!” What could be fairer than that, I ask?

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Once the reality of having lost the freedom to improve one’s self finally hits, and is quickly replaced by strict limitations of movement and thought, it’s too late to try to change it back: and live to tell the tale, that is! It’s a case of, “Some are more equal than others,” to borrow a phrase from George Orwell

So, “what’s all this ‘ancient history’ stuff got to do with the U.S. of A in 2020,” you ask?

Anyone who would ask that is either not paying attention to what’s going on in the major cities in America, and/or is probably a recent graduate of a major university.

What we’re watching take place around us right now, is the result of decades of the same, slow, very successful process of taking control of the most important and vulnerable segment of our society; our schools and universities.

“As the twig is bent, so grows the tree,” as they say, and in it, lies a major reason we’re facing the crisis now, in June of 2020, and is a result of at least half a century of obvious signs of it, right in front of our faces, beginning in the late 1960’s with the emergence of subversive groups like, “Weather Underground,” “Symbionese Liberation Army,” and the “Black Panthers.” It’s the same “Communist” philosophy and methods, and same old tried and true “Divide and Conquer” song; only the perpetrator’s name changes from time to time. Currently, “Progressives” seems to be the most popular; but it doesn’t matter whether you dance to it, or just hum it, it all comes down to dividing the population between rich vs. poor, or black vs. white, with the result of half the country distrusting and hating the other half. All the while these “Progressives” seek ever higher positions in public office by promising to defend those being attacked, without ever defining just who’s attacking who!

Enter another old saying: “It’s possible for anyone in America to become president!” Ain’t it the truth!

While we’ve grown accustomed to a life of relative comfort, we’ve continued committing the unforgivable sin of being complacent, taking for granted our security from insurgence. We should have remembered December 7, 1941: it might have helped, but too many have forgotten, and we just waddled through decade after decade, leaving all that “Political stuff to the pros,” while we enjoyed what little security we had left, bought and paid for, thanks to those who now sleep forever under little white markers in our military cemeteries, paid for with their lives.

Oh well, there’ll always be tomorrow, right?

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