Saturday, December 19, 2015

Comes the dawn. "How Dinesh D’Souza Became a Victim of Obama’s Lawless Administration."

Dinesh D'Souza figures it out: After his harrowing adventure . . . D’Souza has changed. Progressives, he now perceives, are engaged in a massive scheme to “steal America,” meaning all of its wealth and traditions. Their ideas and the foibles of their interest-group politics are often incoherent because they are not actually meant to cohere. They are, instead, a Machiavellian ploy, a pretense to morality (because the public expects it) that camouflages the remorseless acquisition of power needed to rob the public blind.


Chiu ChunLing said...

Of course the fundamental premise of Marxism is that those who have only have it by virtue of having 'unfairly' taken it from those who have not. This constitutes an unlimited license for those who have not to steal it back, whether it is property, respect, or even life.

That this is the characteristic mentality of thieves and robbers should not shock us, it is indeed hard to posit what other mentality they could have. That those who give themselves over to doctrinaire agreement with the same fundamental premise about all good things in life should then act like thieves and robbers is only surprising to those who are accustomed to the political class relying primarily on fraud rather than naked plunder.

But like the introspection of the incarcerated, the moral posturing of any criminal is more a product of circumstances making such pretenses prudent than a sincere cognizance of the wrongness of their crimes. Those who really understand that their crimes are wrong repent and actually try to stop committing them, they don't just commit them with less enthusiasm.

Longbow said...

Yep, I wrote this piece to address that very issue.

The movers and shakers on the left are criminals, thugs and gangsters. The Neocons and liberal/moderate Republicans are in the same club.

Anonymous said...

Yep, D'Souza's mind has been cleared by spending some time in prison and he now understands that they are nothing but common criminals. How does that saying go? Nothing clears them mind like the prospect of being hung in the morning?

DC Wright said...

I find it difficult to fathom y'all's comments here. Mr. D'Souza came here looking for the same freedom WE have been letting slip through our fingers, yet your commentary make me think you believe him to be no better than Billary or obummer because he tried to help a friend defeat one of those monsters in a NY race for the US Senate and, in his ignorance of the law, broke it instead of circumventing it, as our enemies gleefully do each and every election cycle.

Mr. D'Souza is only a criminal because he became a vocal and TRUTHFUL enemy of the obummer regime, and through his good-hearted ignorance of an UNCONSTITUTIONAL "law" gave those enemies a handle with which to, as they thought, remove this gadfly from them. Now y'all are saying HE was the bad guy??? COME ON!!! Why are y'all doing obummer's job for him?

Anonymous said...

My only question is, How many more good people must be uselessly sacrificed to these Communist assholes before America will fight back? My guess is TOO many.

You will find a spine in a slug before you find American who will actually physically fight back.

Sign Me, Neal Jensen smh,

the country was pawned to the Communists by people who had UNEARNED "freedom", they didn't even have to work at all to get it.

Anonymous said...

Gee, Dinesh, it only took you getting thrown in prison to figure this out. Most of us here had it figured out years ago.