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Ace has a piece about Milo, musing if he will be the next victim of the outrage mob.
A few weeks ago I tossed out a comment that "In the future, everyone will be Hitler for 15 minutes."
Now let me add, "In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes - and then internet-lynched."
So the last few days over at PJMedia there has been something rather . . . illuminating . . . regarding the self-destruction of the opposition to the DhimmiKKKraps.
First they had a piece up on Ann Coulter calling Trump the "head of church" for her, and the "g-d-emperor" (of Dune or Warhammer 40K was not specified).
I commented that she did not impress me with being a "conservative", being more of a caricature like Stephen Colbert, incapable of even defending the rhetoric in her books.
And so of course there was a frenzy, redoubled when I dismissed Hannity as a squish as well.
The last two days, for those who have not heard, have been Milo Yiannopoulos being invited then disinvited to give a keynote speech at CPAC because of a video where he supposedly endorses pedophilia.
For which he admits he used "poor" language.
The author of the hit pieces being a rather strident NeverTrumper.
I pointed out the raw hypocrisy of the act, the similarities to colleges disinviting and preventing speakers, and "renamed" the site "SJWMedia".
She replied accusing me of "histrionics".
Meanwhile of course all the NeverTrumpers are gleefully dismissing Milo as being on the fringe and living for the outrage just like . . Ann Coulter.
And then I consider Bill Kristol tweeting that while he likes government by the Constitution, he will take the "deep state" over Trump.
Oh right, nobody.
Commie agitprop paper in England says John Wick Chapter 2 is "Hollywood gun pr0n".
In this case, they are right.
Totally off the hook!
Guns, guns, and more guns.
Plus unarmed and a knife.
But mostly guns.
Did I mention the guns?
Just as I say about the clowns who blather "I believe in free speech, but . . ." or "I believe in the 2nd Amendment, but . . ."
Add that "but" and you are just saying you don't believe in whatever you are claiming to believe in.
Not in the thick of the fight,
Not in the press of the odds,
Do the heroes come to their height,
Or we know the demi-gods.
That stands over till peace.
We can only perceive
Men returned from the seas,
Very grateful for leave.
They grant us sudden days
Snatched from their business of war;
But we are too close to appraise
What manner of men they are.
And, whether their names go down
With age-kept victories,
Or whether they battle and drown
Unreckoned, is hid from our eyes.
They are too near to be great,
But our children shall understand
When and how our fate
Was changed, and by whose hand.
Our children shall measure their worth.
We are content to be blind . . .
But we know that we walk on a new-born earth
With the saviours of mankind.