Only the breathtakingly ignorant would say so.
iberøfascists and other heinous enemies of America have chosen to refight her Civil War. Good. In addition to proving once again they are never satisfied with just their side's victory, whenever or whatever it may be, and will never quit until every last person whom they feel opposes them, along with everything he or she ever believed in, loved, or fought for, is completely wiped out of existence, their hate crimes against cultural heritage and historical memory are showing so very clearly to the whole world how utterly ignorant, brutal, despicable, intolerant, and soulless these twenty-first-century tyrants truly are.
It is bad enough they are criminally defacing America's public and private memorials and brandishing weapons and shooting at American citizens who wave flags they hate. Those particular tyrants should and will wind up where they belong: in prison. It is every alleged genius claiming all these things and people they hate should be taken — by the forces of government, presumably — out of their sight as well as their so-called minds because "Robert E. Lee was a traitor," who should gravely disturb and worry every human being who still values and supports the principles of free speech, peaceable assembly, justice, American republicanism, and truth.
Besides the fact no Confederate leader or soldier was convicted, in any court of law, of treason against the United States, dutifully defending one's professedly sovereign state in the face of what both her elected officers and her regular citizenry can reasonably construe as actual or extremely imminent military aggression, aimed clearly at both their state and them, is not a traitorous act. It is a patriotic one. An act that deserves to be admired, remembered, and honored, no matter whose side you are on. Moreover, recognizing the defenders for their remarkable courage and willingness to fight, in the finest American tradition, not for any crude, materialistic cause but for the very rights of a free and independent people to govern themselves as best they can in whichever way they see fit, and thus determine their own destiny, is not by any means an expression of hate. It is one of love. An expression that should be welcomed and encouraged by all, not illegitimately attacked and unfairly vilified by malevolent mobs of hate-filled liberøfascist tyrants.
But hate is all liberøfascists know. Nothing else drives them. Unlike our forefathers who, once America's Civil War was over, resolved to bury their political hate as deeply as their cherished dead, liberøfascists take great pains to reverse and pervert every such effort, fundamentally transforming it into their own unique and inherent brand of "with malice toward all, with charity toward none." Even so, by any standard other than theirs — being so obvious that they have none, other than the double variety — these haters' burning, unending hatred of everything and everybody they obsessively hate is insufficient reason to eradicate any target of their ugly hatefulness.
The offense of treason does not follow a people's resort to arms in defense of their states. On the other hand, liberøfascists rushing to the side of a cruel, aggressive dictator, overtly giving him moral aid and comfort on the eve of America attacking his evil regime, does fit the actual, constitutional definition of it quite nicely.
Labels: Democrat War on Americans, fascist totalitarian liberals (BIRM), liberalism: THE ideology of hate, liberals are always extreme, lying liberals (BIRM), more liberal hypocrisy, socialist injustice
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