The above titled piece from British writer Paul Weston is his take on what is happening in the United States with our apparently stalled electoral crisis.
This piece is well worth the time it takes to read it, addressing not only the impasse which we appear to have reached in this political disaster, but the character of the 21st century leftists who have fomented this situation and who have kept stoking the flames. He observes, correctly, that this is something never before seen:
“I am sitting here in shocked astonishment looking at what appears to be an engineered tyrannical coup d’état against not just President Trump but against the very ideal of democracy itself.”– Paul Weston
Weston says that this situation could lead to a breakdown of ‘democracy’ itself, with a civil war being a real possibility. He implies that the leftists who are committing the acts of sporadic violence in various parts of our country have no concept of what they might be doing, never having lived in the less free parts of the world, and never having experienced warfare themselves.
“The foolish, spoiled, decadent, ignorant little children in adult bodies who are now, right now engineering the coup d’état to remove President Trump are playing with fire. In their hazy, fuddled, naïve, closed minded thinking they feel there will be no real world consequences resulting from their action, but their naïveté is dangerously unlike the pragmatism of revolutionaries in the brutal and undemocratic parts of the world who know full well that if they fail in their coup they will be killed and if they win they will do the killing.”
I think he is right about the character and motives of the instigators. I don’t think there is much likelihood of deprogramming the ‘foot soldiers’ — or even of the older people who are supporters of this madness. Sometimes I’ve wondered why anyone chooses a destructive path in life, and why we have these deep divisions within our own folk, but I think most of it is the disastrous legacy of Cultural Marxism and all the SJW fanaticism.
Rather than quote more from Weston’s piece, I’ll just recommend reading it.