From the Comment Section Here…
The right is a long way from “fighting back” as a whole. Many still have far too much to lose. The leftist soldiers don’t have this “baggage”. They are either poor or young, both of which are groups easily controlled and spun up. My fear is that those of us who should be making a stand now won’t feel the pinch until its too late. We are still far too comfortable to make a stand, far too worried about losing what we currently have or our way of life. We are too worried about repercussions from action, about putting our families through hardship, about putting targets on our foreheads.
But the targets are already there. We’re still too infatuated with our possessions to take the time to look in the mirror and acknowledge the bullseye.
The right won’t wake up until the fight is well underway. Let me rephrase, they won’t take action until it’s too late. We all know the fight is well underway.
Think I’m wrong? Are “you” out there? Are “you” making a stand? I’m not. I’m a good example of the above. Complacent and fearful.
I fear the burden of shame that will come when we have to tell our kids that we could have acted, should have acted, and instead did not. That we threw away their future for the comfort of our own.
Yet that fear is not heavy enough to induce action. The pitcher is tipping, but it is not yet pouring.
Better have your food and arms well hidden when they come for them. It’ll be too late to make a stand then, you’ll be overwhelmed easily. They won’t come in 1s and 2s. Look at that couple who made a stand and how many on the right just poked fun at them from their keyboards. “I would have done X and Y”. No you wouldn’t. That will be you soon enough, all of you talking tough from your keyboards.
That will be me as well.