Stand And Deliver (Confronting Leftist Banditry)

June 5, 2016

Gavin McInnes Author: The Real Deal

To paraphrase the late Joe Sobran, hate speech is any speech liberals hate. Now that leading Web giants and the EU superstate have cemented a pact to target this pernicious threat to civilization, we’ll all have a better understanding of what exactly the egalitarian left considers to be hateful. The question remains, what do we to in order to make our voices heard in the face of an open conspiracy to silence them? The first step is refusing to be cowed into submission. A perfect response, which utilizes Twitter’s platform in order to expose the cowardice and hypocrisy of this campaign, is the I Stand With Hate Speech hashtag.

Aside from leveraging media attention to highlight our perspective, it also rejects the central premise of our ideological opponents. Namely, that we can be shamed into not expressing opinions which dissent from the culturally Marxist weltanschauung. One of the most powerful tools in the regressive left’s arsenal is its willingness to declare widely held, factually based beliefs off-limits. To delegitimize perfectly acceptable thoughts through a campaign of intellectual intimidation-a campaign aided by the cowardice and lack of will displayed by its opponents. We can’t defeat the left without disarming social progressives of one of their chief weapons, and the only way to do that is by refusing to be shamed.

Per Gavin McInnes, these people feed upon admissions of guilt from their enemies. They refuse to debate the actual issues because their arguments are meritless, which is why they focus upon extracting confessions from those who hold heretical opinions, a la the medieval Roman Catholic Church. Truckling to their demands does not make them more conciliatory or open to dialogue. To the contrary, it only emboldens them, as liberal college professors and presidents throughout the country have discovered through their encounters with the Black Lives Matter mob. These people do not want to entertain a rational discussion, they want a pound-or several pounds-of flesh from their enemies.

The only proper response to this jihad against free thought and expression is…fuck you. We won’t apologize for or minimize our beliefs because they are correct-and held by one of the most enlightened human beings on the planet, BTW. Imbecilic buzzwords like “xenophobe” and “racist” should have no impact on someone who realizes their intent, which is simply to bully you into submission. We all need to shed our fear of ostracism, like Pax Dickinson, which is paralyzing and inimical to the preservation of Western civilization. Regardless of one’s feelings about Donald Trump, and I’m the first to concede that he’s a deeply flawed candidate, he must be praised for being the first national conservative to confront the social justice warriors and their media enablers on their own terms.

The specter of a man who simply refuses to be shamed into obeisance, who rejects the cultural shibboleths of the institutional left, has sent the media into a tailspin and forced social progressives to reexamine their entire political strategy. After all, what do you do when the only weapon in your rhetorical arsenal, i.e. condemning your opponents for their non-bien pensant views, is a dud?

There are a number of strategies the right can and should implement as its ability to broadcast its political philosophy becomes increasingly circumscribed. Leveraging new media against one another is one such possibility. Creating our own platforms, professional and compelling ones, to disseminate our views is essential. But so is using existing platforms which are committed to the free exchange of ideas, even those ideas which challenge the prevailing kultursmog. One of the most heartening recent developments is the proliferation of Bitcoin, which gives ordinary individuals a decentralized alternative to the existing government-created and administered fiscal institutions.

Even so, I think what we need to keep in mind while pursuing all of these paths is the need to internalize a rejection of the left in its entirety. Not simply the principles of the left, but its primary mode of discourse, which includes a refusal to accede to any of its premises-including their demand that you apologize or modify what you believe because it’s “racist,” “sexist,” or “xenophobic.” We need to follow the lead of the late Andrew Breitbart, as well as men like Mark Steyn, Gavin McInnes, and Ezra Levant, and tell our enemies that they don’t get to dictate the terms of debate. They don’t get to force us to voluntarily give them our scalps as a sign of contrition for having transgressed leftist norms.

Our enemies need to be crushed, and the first step to doing so is refusing to bend the knee to their soul-enervating, culturally destructive, idiotic beliefs. Just as the soldiers of Allah gain strength through the cowardice of their enemies, the left is likewise empowered by any sign of weakness or contrition. The only solution to this problem is to be bold and proudly declare your beliefs, regardless of the consequences. It’s not only a risk dispersal strategy but a sound philosophy of life. Don’t allow your enemies to choose the field of battle, it’s a sure-fire way to be defeated, which is something we cannot afford as a civilization. It’s time we stopped being penitents and started being aggressors.


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10 Responses to Stand And Deliver (Confronting Leftist Banditry)

  1. Rumpelstiltskin on June 5, 2016 at 10:26 AM

    I like the basics of what this author has written, but he is trying to be just a little too wordy while trying to impress us with his education. But then again when reading what he has written I see that he has some serious editing problems which implies he believes more in his wording than he does about making his writing intelligible.

    • Carrie on June 5, 2016 at 2:00 PM

      I am glad you ultimately liked what he wrote. I see your point in that perhaps his style of writing and the words he used may have been a bit over the top for most readers. I get it, as I try to do it sometimes, too (but not as well as him!). I think some of us are unconsciously channeling George Orwell and we are trying to not only preserve the English language (vs. the Borg/collectivist soundbites now being used via Twitter, et al.) but we are also attempting to use it to its fullest extent to render ideas in such a manner that there can be no misinterpretation and no question regarding position or intent. The English language is my weapon of choice and I will continue to use it as my sword and shield amidst the escalating battle between dark and light, right and left, etc. Hope you are having a lovely day. Regards, :)

    • Fred on June 6, 2016 at 1:50 AM

      I think you are correct. The writer is too caught up in expressively demonstrating his intellect and breeding. He is not focused on being the next Thomas Paine!

      We need Tom Paines righ now!! Men and women who can motivate their fellows to action, not to wading through verbosity.

      Truth is simple and powerful. It should be stated that way!

  2. Don Templeton on June 5, 2016 at 10:27 AM

    Good God, I’ve been beating this point as well. I’m a creative novelist and the triumph of PC means the DEATH of everything I am as a creative. ALL CREATIVES are about to become endangered species if these lunatics win this debate. I’ve started the #1stAmendmentMatters so use it as well. There is no middle ground on this issue: these intellectual fascists must be CRUSHED. Utterly. Irrevocably. NOW.

  3. Don Coleman on June 5, 2016 at 1:06 PM

    The statement at the bottom of the article says make a comment, not a critique. Just read the article and eather agree or disagree! Personaly I agree.

  4. dan morgan on June 5, 2016 at 1:18 PM

    Is is it any wonder Trump is doing so well! Compared to the mealy mouthed Rinos, a veritable who’s who of republican party leadership, so called leaders who are more afraid taking the fight to the left,but have no problem cow-towing to them out of fear of their masters on the left, than actually being true leaders of the right! Yeah Trump can be over the top but compared to some of the darlings of the left, he’s no worse,and it’s good to see somebody on our side giving them hell for a change!

  5. SWIFT on June 5, 2016 at 2:23 PM

    I’m having a good day. It raining and not much can be accomplished outside. So,I’m cleaning my assault rifle against the day when all words fail.

  6. Reality Checker on June 5, 2016 at 4:19 PM

    “The only proper response to this jihad against free thought and expression is…fuck you”.

    Right On!!!

  7. David on June 5, 2016 at 9:52 PM

    The USA is 19th century Russia. The only difference is that the Bolsheviks this time around are a collective of misfits, haters, gender confused and ne’er-do-wells with no good intentions. The same “old money” banking families financed the Bolsheviks in 1917 Russia as they are doing with the USA’s modern day Bolsheviks.

  8. huckleberry on June 6, 2016 at 6:46 AM

    I agree. Don’t cower. You too get to state your case.ALL means you too.Standards of the past have been there for our good. ok then, if you are part of the ‘good’, don’t disappoint those who fought to keep it alive!

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