Effective Use Of Violence

The “Effective” use of violence, defined as the discrete application of violence to one’s actual foes in such a manner as to achieve the desired outcome is not a skill of the American Left. The American Left is great at breaking and burning things, and at indiscriminately killing, maiming, and otherwise injuring random persons. I’ve long said that you’d know when the Right had decided to engage when the bodies start stacking up like cordwood in the streets where the riot had been proceeding shortly before.

Seems I’m not the only one with this opinion:

A Thought Experiment About Republicans

By Scott Adams, The Dilbert Blog

The left has done a stellar job of demonizing Trump supporters and Republicans in general. Their excellent persuasion involves conflating the bad apples with the entire group. Both sides do it. The right calls everyone on the left selfish snowflakes, and the left calls everyone on the right racists. They do it because it works. The brain likes to conflate things. And if the shiniest object in our view involves headlines about racists, or lefty rioters, those images stick in our minds and taint our impressions of the entire group.

Personally, I don’t find riots persuasive. Mr. Adams continues:

So let’s try this thought experiment.

Let’s say there is a group of Trump-supporting racists – the violent kind that I have never met – that starts terrorizing an African-American neighbor of yours. And let’s say it turns into a violent confrontation between the racists and the victim family. The neighborhood hears some commotion and pours into the streets. The racists have weapons and they are about to kill the family that was just minding its own business. The police are on the way, but not in time. Violence is about to happen.

Suddenly a shot rings out. A bullet goes through the back of the scariest racist’s head and hollows out his skull. He drops like a rock. The other racists drop their weapons and flee.

Who fired the shot that saved the African-American family? Was it a Republican or a Democrat?

One of the most underrated qualities of Republicans is that they police their own ranks. If you have a problem with a violent Republican racist, call some Republicans. They’ll solve it for you.

I’d ammend that to “If you have a problem with a violent racists, or other thugs, call your Republican neighbors. They’ll solve it for you.” If you have no Republican neighbors, well, you are surely out of luck.

But don’t call a Republican if you are simply offended by another person’s opinion. In that situation you want to call some Democrats to ridicule and physically attack the person with the objectionable opinion.

By the way, I’m not a Republican. This is just an observation. I’ve been watching Democrats not police their own ranks – after the Berkeley violence for example – and it occurred to me that you don’t see that on the Republican side. Republicans generally appreciate free speech, but if someone attacks your family, your country, or your freedom in some physical form, keep some Republicans on speed dial.

Try it. You’ll be surprised how well it works.

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