Death By Logic

When my blood runs freely in the streets, I wonder if it will have been worth protecting the ideals of things like free speech.

I wonder what it means when someone who knows me, who sees me, takes the time to say, “I sympathize, but….” when I tell them I don’t feel that Nazis shouldn’t be allowed to just say what they want.

I wonder what it means when people compare BLM to the KKK and Nazis saying they are the same while ignoring things like:

  • BLM didn’t run into people with cars that disagreed with them.
  • BLM has multiple factions and that people within those factions take the time to call out other people going, “No, that’s not how we do this” within their own group.
  • That neither of the above apply to the KKK or Nazis.

I wonder if anyone understands the exhaustion of having to walk out into the world like this

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while waiting for comments like this whenever you speak about Nazis being allowed to just say what they want whenever:

  • Freedom of speech isn’t freedom from offense
  • Trying to enforce equality with programs like affirmative action is ultimately useless
  • Science says what it says about this
  • Maybe there should be less black on black crime first
  • Well, OK, but maybe if we didn’t call them Nazis, they wouldn’t act this way

My casket will likely be made out of scientific journals and copies of the bill of rights. I imagine that it will be neatly fitted with all of the journals on how the world just is what it is and how no one complained when Obama was president.

I wonder what it feels like to be able to take race out of the picture. I wonder what it’s like to have a president that is willing to stand up for you when people want you silenced or dead. I would love to have someone be able to understand any of these thoughts…

Funny, I can’t even get 3/5 of a compromise about things like this. It would be nice.

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