7 June, 2014

Left-Wing Tolerance: It Doesn’t Really Exist

Posted by Socrates in leftism, leftists, liberal 'tolerance', liberalism, liberals, rock music, Socrates at 5:39 pm | Permanent Link

“We’re so tolerant.” “Live and let live.” That’s what the liberals always say. Too bad it’s all a fantasy, like Godzilla and the Tooth Fairy.

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  7. 3 Responses to “Left-Wing Tolerance: It Doesn’t Really Exist”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I could understand the hippies not wanting Metallica to appear at one of their rock festivals. Jethro Tull? Yes, of course. Fairport Convention? Free? Ten Years After? Traffic? Joni Mitchell? Absolutely. As far as the bear hunting controversy is concerned there are plenty of coyotes, raccoons and deer in my neighborhood who need to be taken out. So Mr. Hetfield is more than welcome to come here and shoot up the place.

      Better still, how about we send him and 100,000 other White men with guns down to the Mexican border to go wetback hunting? $10 for every greasy brown carcass they turn in.

    2. Sgt. Skull Says:

      Left wing tolerance? Probably the funniest thing any racially aware white person has ever heard. This is like Lenin saying he believed in free speech……but he also reserved the right to shoot you if he disagreed with what anyone said.

      And not a day goes by that cultural Marxists in the kwa don’t demonize and persecute some white person who violates the tenets of their anti-racist religion.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Lenin was a complex figure. Even though he was the unofficial leader of the Red Revolution in Russia he was always arguing with his friend Trotsky and with the Menshevik opposition about how the Revolution should proceed. They didn’t see eye-to-eye on a lot of things and Lenin was forced to compromise all the time. Yet he could be very stubborn and ruthless. At least he was no hypocrite. He lived and breathed the life of a true revolutionary. He had no desire to become another Czar.