As noted by SHTFPlan, an op-ed in the Washington Post this week is indicative of the kind of violence being advocated by the media. The writer, N.D.B. Collins, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, literally called for Left-wingers to “throw rocks” as a way of ‘protesting’ alleged social injustices:
[I]n April 1968, amid a flurry of other “rocks,” riots shook American cities following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. It took that rolling unrest, not the promise of further economic growth, to spur President Lyndon Johnson and Congress to action. Within a week they had passed the Fair Housing Act.
Over the past century, liberalism, vexed by an ever-sharp, ever-cutting white supremacy, has needed these rocks. …
Segregationists have again assumed their pedestals in the Justice Department, the White House and many other American temples. Paper alone won’t drive them out. Start throwing rocks.
Frankly, this should not surprise anyone. Going back a century, with the advent of the modern Communist/Marxist/Leftist movements in Europe, Central and South America, violence has always been used — and justified — as a means of achieving political ends.
And as in those instances, the media, rife with Left-wing ideologues posing as “journalists,” have led the call.
Writing in The Daily Wire, John Nolte made this observation:
Going back to the Bolsheviks straight through to Barry Obama's terrorist-pal Bill Ayers, violence is always the end result of an ideology that demands purity and conformity, even at the point of a gun. And now, probably because they have been unable to bully President Trump to its will, The Washington Post has finally revealed itself as an un-American and un-democratic monster.
Nolte further observes that the good professor is using the word “rock” as a metaphor, but it’s a metaphor for rioting, as demonstrated by his 1960s-era example. And granted, sometimes violence is the only way to get the attention of those in power after normal political processes prove unsuccessful.
But Prof. Collins, and by an act of commission, the Post for deciding to publish his call to violence, is using the Charlottesville incident to paint all opponents of Left-wing authoritarianism with the same broad brush.
Every white person who is conservative and supportive of President Trump’s “America first” mantra is being portrayed as a neo-Nazi, a skinhead, and a closet member or backer of the KKK. And the not-so-subtle message emanating from the Post and the rest of the disgusting establishment media is that anyone who opposes socialist liberalism is a Nazi who must be violently opposed and silenced.
You know... the way real Nazis used to silence their political opponents using the Brown Shirts. (Related: Left-wing media and organizations are branding others as ‘hate groups’ just because they’re conservative.)
“The Washington Post is openly legitimizing political violence against ‘racists’ in an era where anyone who did not vote for Barry [Obama], who does not automatically call for the toppling of Confederate statues, who does not like Obamacare, who supports Donald Trump, who opposes affirmative action ... anyone who is not politically ‘appropriate’ and ‘correct’ is declared a racist,” Nolte correctly points out.
It’s an all-out assault on any patriotic American who believes in traditional, constitutional America and rejects Leftist authoritarianism. And the establishment press is all-in, justifying political terrorism against anyone who has a different perspective or who believes that the Constitution protects all ideals, all points of view, all perspectives.
The Post’s motto is, “Democracy Dies in Darkness.” That’s rich, coming from a fake news gin, but it’s also pathetically hypocritical — there is nothing “democratic” about the use of violence to force your political ideology on people.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.