There was a “white nationalist” rally in Virginia that was to do with alt-right or restoring the right or something, that leftist antifascist fascists and counter-protesters joined to counter-protest, and then some young neo-nazi wacko allegedly drove a car into a crowd of leftists and allegedly killed one person and injured several more. Do I have that correct?
And now we’re hearing from the anti-free speech fascists who want to ban “haters” from having their rallies and protests. Why is it that so many people on the left are extremely bothered by others who have “racist” attitudes or beliefs, or who want to preach their ignorance in the public square, and the censors want to banish the “haters” and have them arrested for “hate crimes,” for having forbidden thoughts or saying forbidden things, yet these same caring and compassionate people on the left aren’t too bothered by Bush-Obama-Trump’s CIA drones dropping bombs and murdering mostly innocent civilians in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, targeting wedding parties and funerals?
And why are many leftist activists out there protesting every time a white police officer shoots or kills a black victim, but not when the cops shoot white or Asian victims? Most of the victims of police brutality and murders of innocents are white. But today many activists only see black people as victims. The truth is, anyone who is victimized by government authorities is a victim, regardless of race. Skin color doesn’t matter, in my view.
Now, why is it that a lot of people these days equate “hate speech,” i.e. words, with actual physical violence? More and more it seems to me that especially the younger crowd are unable to distinguish between mere words and actual physical violence. I have seen declarations by activists that it’s okay to physically assault someone who says something of a racist nature, or says whatever goes against the latest PC trend. So now words are not tolerated but actual physical violence is.
I think that inability to distinguish between mere words and actual physical violence is because the average IQ of people has been going downward. In the younger people they have their beloved marijuana which has been shown to lower IQ, as well as their pharma drugs, their antidepressants, anti-psychotics, anti-ADHD, and so on, and the chemicals in all those processed foods and all the vaccines that have gotten into their brains and disrupted their neurotransmitters. Perhaps it would be helpful if they would stop having all that stuff?
UPDATE: It appears that the suspect, 20-year-old James Alex Fields, who allegedly drove the car into the crowd and killed at least one person, was arrested in 2010 or 2011 because his mother had repeatedly called police to complain that he was beating her and threatening her with a knife, as well as having locked her in the bathroom. According to CBS News, at that time Fields’s mother Samantha Bloom told police that “he was on medication to control his temper, transcripts from 911 calls show.”
And I would like to know what medication that was, specifically. Xanax? Zoloft? You see, as I have reported many times now, those psychiatric drugs have a history of making people’s problems worse, not better. Some of them have dangerous side effects such as extreme aggression and violence.
Several mass killings in recent years were committed by people who had been taking those dangerous psychiatric drugs, such as the South Carolina church shooter, Dylan Storm Roof, the Germanwings Airlines co-pilot Andreas Lubitz who took down his plane and mass-murdered 144 people, the Aurora Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, the Sandy Hook school shooter Adam Lanza, the Santa Barbara college shooter Elliot Rodger, Columbine High School shooter Eric Harris, and Ft. Hood shooter Nidal Hasan. (And see this.)
But we rarely if ever hear about the psychiatric drug-use aspect of those mass killers because many outlets in the mainstream media have the pharmaceutical companies for sponsors.
Also according to the CBS News article on the Virginia rally car-ramming killer, James Alex Fields, in 2010 he allegedly locked his mother in the bathroom “after she told him to stop playing video games.” And that’s another thing, this video game addiction that some people have. As I wrote in my lengthy article on Adam Lanza and Elliot Rodger, they both were obsessed with their video games. And while Lanza did have violent video games, it was the non-violent ones, such as Dance Dance Revolution, he was really obsessed with.
Frankly, I think the video games turn some of these youngins into zombies. And I think we can expand that into not just video games but the young people’s addictions to their little electronic gadgets, their iPhones and so on, and all the time-wasting zombie stuff such as Facebook and Twitter.
I would say with confidence that all these things with people constantly staring into their little gadgets all day every day will affect their ways of thinking. And so it’s no wonder we have more people attracted to superficial aspects of life, such as the “importance” of their skin color or race (on both the left and the right), or the resurgence on the right in nationalism, which is a form of evil collectivism, or this obsession on the left with their own form of group identity politics, as well as the moronic PC censorship stuff.