After reading my piece on gun safety, a friend told me that there would be no justice applied to the Kenosha prosecutor, Thomas Binger. I knew he was right, but, but as I thought about his comment, I began to look at it in light of the big picture.
What do I mean? We who love America, (the way she was constituted,) and who love truth, and our fellow man, don’t usually even consider forcing issues. We simply endeavor to learn the truth, embrace it, and in the act of embracing it, we share it with others, hoping to help them to also embrace the truth, and benefit from it.
Those that don’t embrace truth think differently. In their arrogance they cling to their ignorance. They cannot accept that others would dare to oppose them. The next step in their conviction is often to think of ways to override others’ ability to oppose them. They devise clever ways to eliminate choices for their fellow humans.
This often inspires them to seek positions of authority, either established authority, as with political positions, becoming media personnel, celebrities, teachers, or even starting, (or joining,) political action organizations. From these positions, they indoctrinate those in their sphere, striving to break down their affection for truth, introducing doubts, and using peer pressure to discourage critical thinking.
Saul Alinsky wrote a whole book on these tactics, and the Jimmy Carter administration had a division devoted to distributing large quantities of these books, “Rules For Radicals,” into the inner cities. President Reagan’s Justice department destroyed many cases of them, once they were found.
These rules for radicals have been absorbed into the liberal ethos. Many who use these rules daily, have no idea where they originated, they simply find them a natural response to further their twisted ideals. One of Alinsky’s rules states that these tactics need to be enjoyable. In other words, Alinsky’s disciples, (knowingly, or unknowingly,) enjoy deceiving their opposition, (as long as they are getting the upper hand.) They usually resort to insults, and violence if their intended victim does not comply, (example; the treatment of Donald Trump.)
After much consideration of his point, to my friend I would submit that we who love truth must be as tenacious as our opponents. We shouldn’t be mean, or vindictive, but we should not accept that liberal criminals can play by different rules. The, “lock her up,” chant was true. Hillary Clinton, and her campaign, should have been investigated by the Trump Justice Dept. When evidence of criminality was found, prosecutions should have been executed. In this way, the DNC would have been busy trying to save Clinton, and her goons from prison, rather than prosecuting injustice against our President.
Likewise, the citizens of Kenosha Wisconsin should demand that the superiors of Thomas Binger, (the George Soros prosecutor,) conduct an investigation into how, and why this miscarriage of justice happened, (that charges were even brought against Rittenhouse.) Everyone that participated in the crimes against Kyle Rittenhouse should face the the execution of the full extent of the law, that would certainly include, Thomas Binger.
As for the rest of America, we should all insist that these investigations, and prosecutions occur. We cannot allow evil to be called good, and good to be called evil. We Americans need to resist the, “American Marxist,” revolution by not accepting it. (Isaiah 5:20)
God bless you, Dave