Thursday, August 10, 2017

"The Right" Believes In The Rule Of Pragmatic Opinion. "The Left" Believes In The Rule Of Law

Alan: Milo Yiannopoulos is a thoroughly repugnant person who will say anything to stay in the money-making limelight.


Yiannopoulos is a sonofabitch mofo who has earned the title and -- typical of his (low) breed -- will welcome it, even applaud it, if he can find a way for the epithet to turn a profit.

Even so, I applaud the ACLU you for coming to maggot's defense.

The right cannot understand this.

And it is precisely here that  "the left" and "the right" shall never meet.

For "the right" believes in power - and quick use of any power play that secures power -- while "the left" believes in "the rule of law."

ACLU Files Lawsuit Defending Free Speech Rights Of Milo Yiannopoulos

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Alan: Republican presidential candidate, Pat Buchanan, the living American who has served longest as a White House senior staff adviser, observed: “The Republican philosophy might be summarized thus: To hell with principle; what matters is power, and that we have it, and that they do not.” “Where the Right Went Wrong" 

In the end, "the right" and "the left" are separated by an impenetrable wall, one side under the flag of power, and the other under the flag of love.

"Where love rules, there is no will to power, 
and where power predominates, love is lacking
The one is the shadow of the other." 
Carl Jung

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