Enemies of the People

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News I missed courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

 

RICHMOND, VA—In a bold move intended to battle fascist ideology, antifa activists have released the home addresses of two children who allegedly sold Steven Bannon lemonade as he walked by their house on a warm Richmond morning over the weekend.

“HERE ARE THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THE TWO FASCIST SYMPATHIZERS WHO WERE SEEN FRATERNIZING WITH THE ENEMY,” one Antifa member posted on his Twitter account. “WE’RE NOT PUBLISHING THESE TO INCITE VIOLENCE. WE JUST SO HAPPEN TO BE PUTTING THE ADDRESSES UP HERE AS A PUBLIC SERVICE, SHOULD YOU WANT TO DO ANYTHING TO THEM.”

 

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3 Comments

  1. The Babylon Bee article is satire, of course, but the left
    has been working to make such satire into prophecy. An article
    in this January’s online edition of Wired magazine detailed
    how a computer science professor at Elon University named
    Megan Squire has devised a program to scour social media to find
    people she deems “white supremacists” and collect their personal
    information– names, addresses, employers, etc. Squire then
    makes that personal information available to organizations like
    the SPLC and antifa to target and harass however they wish.

    The FBI estimates that there are probably only about 25,000
    people it deems “white supremacists” in the entire USA. Squire,
    on the other hand, has amassed the personal information of
    over 400,000 people she’s decided deserve to be targeted.
    Her criteria are much, much broader than those of the FBI–
    Squire evidently deems people who post commentary that
    is merely anti-Obama, anti-gay marriage, or against radical islam
    to merit the her label of “white supremacist”.

    It doesn’t surprise me that there are cranks like Squire out there,
    insisting that anyone who disagrees with them is a racist who
    deserves to be targeted. Neither does it surprise me that there
    are shady organizations like the SPLC and antifa willing to use the
    irresponsible accusation of racism to justify their targeting, harassment
    and even violence towards their political opponents. It does surprise
    me, however, that a relatively sober publication like Wired
    could report on the disturbing activities of Squire, the SPLC and
    antifa in such an approving light. It looks to me that the left is not
    only increasingly OK with using any means to drive political opponents
    from the public square, but its increasingly successful in making
    its brownshirt tactics socially acceptable. This won’t end well.

    https://www.wired.com/story/free-speech-issue-antifa-data-mining/

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/elon-university-professor-partners-splc-antifa-dox-far-right-extremists/

  2. Every human being is created and endowed with sovereign personhood from the very first moment of existence. To deny the sovereign person his sovereignty over his choice of words is to make of him a beast of burden to tyranny.

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