To hate the manifestly good is a sure sign of being bad.

But given the left’s loathing of virtually all things good — such as America, Israel, traditional Christianity and Judaism, the Boy Scouts, the nuclear family ideal, Thanksgiving and America’s founders — it is not surprising.

As I have said for years, the left destroys everything it touches: music, art, Christianity, Judaism, economies, universities, high schools, late-night comedy, pro football, women’s likelihood of finding happiness, men’s likelihood of maturing, the Boy Scouts and the innocence of children (think “Drag Queen Story Hour” for 5-year-olds at libraries), to cite some of the more obvious examples.

And while it destroys good institutions, the left never builds a viable replacement. Is there a left-wing equivalent to the Boy Scouts, a left-wing institution that helps mold boys into responsible men? Of course not. The left destroys, but it builds nothing — except state power. Or, to take the present example, is there a left-wing equivalent to The Salvation Army? No, there isn’t.


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One thought on “To hate the manifestly good is a sure sign of being bad.”

  1. I think it plays into the hands of the elitists to use vague terms like “left-wing”. What we are confronted with, I’m quite sure, is people who want the ancient -rule by a few elites- model to become the expected/respectable norm again . . as in, the demotion and eventual abandonment of the -rule by consent of the governed- model, which the “American experiment” in particular raised up to challenge the “traditional” authoritarian form of rule over the “masses” of people.
    (Hence, the lack of any real interest in “replacements” for the conventions and institutions which foster non-elitist/independent forms of thinking or behavior.)
    Naturally, elitists like us to use arbitrary non-descriptive terminology like right and left wing, which does not conjure up images of . . our subjugation. I suggest not conforming to such . . stealthy terminology any longer . .

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