Saturday, November 16, 2013

MSBC Host Plays Leftist Definition Game

Quick Brief-

An M16 agent who was found locked up in a large bag - dead and naked, was declared to have died by accident - with no one being around at (or presumably near) the time of death.

None of that was a mistype.

I will assert here that a terrible tragedy has befallen the universally-respected, and indeed legendary, Scotland Yard. I find nothing in the articles that claim that he died by accident and was later placed in the bag by someone else. No, it appears that the law enforcement body for which rock-solid investigatory work in criminal matters has been a given for (can't recall exactly when they began) well over one hundred years has abandoned its principles. We are being asked to take their word for it that Gareth Williams undressed, crawled in a bag, locked himself in, and then died - all by accident.

"....The Yard said that it had studied videos which emerged following last year's inquest showing how a person could lock themselves inside a sports bag and accepted it is "now proven" that such an event could have happened with the same North Face holdall and padlock in which Mr Williams was found....."

This is the point when the lifetime naysayers admit to themselves that we are in big trouble and that some conspiracy theories are indeed real.

The Left has a number of (in American Football and baseball parlance) "plays" that they run both to provide cover for their intentions and to intimidate their opponents into avoiding any references to those same intentions.

In this case, the intention of the Left would be slavery. Socialism is slavery - plain and simple. A system that begins with the principle that people are to be held in check and ordered about for their own good is a system of slavery. A system in which people are denuded of so much of their earnings for the support of many who will not themselves work - to the point that they may never be able to even retire, is slavery. A system that assumes that the individual has no right to posses any sort of weapon with which he can defend himself or his rights is slavery. A system that holds that "rights" are what the leaders of the system say they are is slavery. A system that (such as in Germany and possibly soon to come here) that prohibits parents from safeguarding their children from governmental and other dysfunctional propaganda in schools  is slavery. A system that either does not allow private property (in this case, land) or a reasonable amount of  Liberty with what one can actually do with the land to which he holds title and pays taxes, is slavery. A system that tells people where they can live (Agenda 21* still is being pushed) is slavery. A system that holds parents responsible for the actions of their children but does not allow them to discipline them is slavery.

You get the picture.

So much is Socialism pure slavery that the Left bristles at the very mention of it unless it is they utilizing the term to blame Westerners for it. Slavery  existed long before the Western world began. The Western world had fully excised it by roughly the year 1000. After its return, Western nations were the first  to end slavery. Westerners were still being taken as slaves by Muslims well into the 19th century. Muslims still own slaves in many Islamic nations.

But again, as Socialism  is slavery,  Leftists need to end any mention of it in reference to them.

In this case, MSNBC host Martin Bashir plays a routine but not-very-good game of equating all slavery with one horrific example of terrible abuses of slaves - both by one individual. Bashir pretends to be under the impression that any reference to slavery must refer to similar type tortuous behavior to be accurate. In an pathetic effort to make people fear to make any references to the slavery inherent in Socialism, he uses a terribly foul account to suggest that all slavery must be as bad as the account that he cites. He implies that, if it is not, then it can't be slavery.

Note the pattern when you listen to, or converse with, a Leftist on any subject. They will take the most extreme example of one subject, pretend to be under the impression that this example is illustrative of the norm, and then imply that you cannot make any reference to that subject unless your example is at least as extreme as the one he cited.

Bashir also is not known for being very bright, and he projects his own stupidity onto Sarah Palin. Bashir also pretends  to be under the impression that all slaves are physically, emotionally, or psychologically abused. Although all slavery is of course wrong, many slaves in all eras of the world were treated very well. World history is replete with accounts of slaves who had jobs and lifestyles that were far better than those of the average American. The key that Bashir ignores is that, despite how one is treated, they were not free. 

The latter status is what Bashir and his allies want for us, so they pride themselves with the claims that they will never mistreat their slaves (all of us) and then prove it to us by citing examples of terrible abuse to say -so to speak  "See, what we want for you is not slavery, we will never beat you or subject you to any other physical or emotional  torture. We just want you to do what we say because it is for your own good."

No one, least of all Sarah Palin, was fooled by Bashir's foul tirade.

"In an over-the-top and vile attack on Sarah Palin on Friday, MSNBC’s Martin Bashir argued that the former Alaska governor is an “outstanding candidate” to receive the same horrific “dose of discipline” that a slave endured in the 1700s.........

Dubbing Palin as America’s “resident dunce” and a “world class idiot,” Bashir read some excerpts from the diary of a man named Thomas Thislewood, “who kept copious notes for 39 years” about the insidious punishment doled out to slaves.

“What is most shocking
[As if we did not know that some people believed that they could own other people as chattel] about Thistlewood’s diary is not simply the fact that he assumes the right to own and possess other human beings, but is the sheer cruelty and brutality of his regime,” Bashir said. “In 1756, he records that a slave named Darby ‘catched eating kanes had him well flogged and pickled, then made Hector, another slave, s-h-*-t in his mouth.’”........

“And he mentions a similar incident in 1756, his time in relation to a man he refers to as Punch: ‘Flogged punch well, and then washed and rubbed salt pickle, lime juice and bird pepper, made Negro Joe piss in his eyes and mouth,’” Bashir continued.

Finally, he got to his underlying message — that if anyone is qualified for such treatment, it’s Palin.

“When Mrs. Palin invokes slavery, she doesn’t just prove her rank ignorance. She confirms if anyone truly qualified for a dose of discipline from Thomas Thistlewood, she would be the outstanding candidate,” he concluded."

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