When one emboldens thugs, the entitled, the irrational, the results are excruciatingly predictable.

Anyone who has ever raised a child or for that mater, a dog, knows what happens when you allow them to feel that the rules we all obey do not apply to them. The notion that people can literally move on to a public sidewalk, then use force to protect their ‘privacy’ while ‘living’ there is a brilliant example of this. But why not. In some cities, Toronto for instance, Muslims have the special right not to be filmed or have their pictures taken not only when in public but when actually in a public demonstration waving signs and yelling slogans, as odd and counter productive as that seems at first. Really though, its a very public way of saying who is the boss of who.

The rest of us are running out of time to decide what kind of society we want, and if we are willing to apply a cost to those, trying to destroy this one.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “When one emboldens thugs, the entitled, the irrational, the results are excruciatingly predictable.”

  1. Of course they don’t want their hate-banners to become public. That counters the propaganda with pislam as the religion of peace. It’s another tactic to stifle our freedom of speech.

  2. Narrow minded, lazy, unemployed nut jobs abound in occupierville. Time to scrub this mess up and get back to the real world.

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