In previous essays, I have detailed how the people dressed in black on college campuses and other forums incite riots where they smash things, burn things, and/or hurt people who get in their way. This is one of the ways they seek power. Here’s another example of the intimidation they pursue. In Florida, a high school math teacher banned Christian crosses, claiming they were a “gang symbols.” The teacher forced a 9th grade female student to remove her cross on a necklace chain in class, telling her that the cross was “disrespectful.”
Mat Staver has observed that these new Fascists want to intimidate us and bully us in order to silence us. The whole “political correctness” movement from the left is but another example of Progressives attempting to silence anyone with different ideas.
In his Dystopian novel, 1984, George Orwell observed:
Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power.
Let there be no mistake about it, Progressive efforts to shut down free speech is all about power. They do not seek power for powers’ sake alone, but for the ability to control the public narrative because then they can politically dominate the nation. Progressives intend to tell us what we must do and what we cannot do.
What can people do to thwart these evil intentions and actions? For one thing, publicly express your ideas in letters to the editor or on talk radio. More importantly, teach your children to stand up for their ideas and also respect the views of others.