Saturday, September 17, 2016

Birthers, Conspiracy Theories, Racism & More: Balderdash -- I'm Tired Of the Left Making Up The Rules

Just had to get a few things off my chest today that I've been saving up all week.

First of all, why is it wrong for anyone, let alone Donald Trump, to hold or have held, a position that says "I don't believe Barack Obama was born in the United States because there is too much fog and controversy over his birth certificate."  Why is that so bad?  It's a free country (both the U.S. and Canada) and we can say and think what we want -- especially something like this.

Second, since when does believing Obama was born in place X make one a racist? Just because everyone says Hitler was born in Austria, does it make me a German racist to think he was born in Germany, or the United States for that matter?  Of course not.  That's balderdash. There is absolutely no logical link between stating where you believe someone was born and being a racist. Only the liberal progressive socialist left (read Democrats for short) would have you believe there is.

Third, I'm sick and tired of those who consider everyone who cannot accept the cover-ups of government as idiots.  Or worse still, that shameful designation of "conspiracy theorists".  Again, balderdash.  There were people who back in the 1980's were confident that the Columbian government was responsible for the killing of over 3,000 Patriotic Union member activists.  Of course, they were not believed. Yet just this week, the president of Columbia admitted it was all true. There are many other examples that come to light in time.  So, in the name of sanity, pick your theories carefully, but stop letting those who would destroy "democracy" demean the fact that, on some issues, you are a proud conspiracy theorist.

(As an aside, consider what would have happened if all the God-believing people of America were to deem all the atheists and agnostics as conspiracy theorists claiming that God is dead. While we would never do that, you must admit the claim would be so controversial.  Instead, the atheists have been able, following the same approach they apply to other things, to turn the tables around and call theists the loonies or worse still, the conspiracy theorists.  If that be the case, then I proudly represent both groups.)

Until next time . . . remember it's time to stand up for what you believe.

Ken.

 

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