People often lay to the claim that members of the radical left are "defending the helpless" and shielding others against "state violence" or "right wing violence." This claim to a moral high ground has become the central root to their political ideology. Yet time and time again, the radical left has advocated and supported terrorists, criminals, and thieves.
For those not familiar with the internal workings of the radical left, one of the most common types of support groups one can find on a local level is a "Black Cross." These support networks send money to so called "political prisoners" that the left views as innocent. Lets take a look at some of these prisoners.
Casey Brezik was jailed in 2013 after slashing the throat of a community college dean in a crazed attempt to assassinate the then governor of Missouri. He faces a twelve year sentence for his actions.
After a failed attempt to firebomb a Kansas state government building in 2014, Eric King was sent federal prison. He is often touted by the left as a friendly "vegan anarchist" who "[maintains] his dedication to struggling for a world free of domination and oppression."
An animal right activist, Walter Bond lit several leather and hide factories ablaze in the summer of 2010. He received a 12 year sentence for his crimes, and is set to be released in 2021.
For those on the left who read this message: how can you possibly justify yourselves as having the moral high ground, when those who you support often engage in violence and terrorists acts? Do you believe these senseless crimes are justified? Why do you continue to support these people?
I personally believe this simply fits a larger pattern I see growing across the left: power hunger fools with a penchant for violence are always looking for a way to justify their actions. This pattern has cropped up time and time again, I doubt this is the last time we will see it.Posted on: 2018-01-04 21:53:36