Double Quote Of The Day

The quote of the day is actually a double quote of the day. Both come from the Monster Hunter himself, Larry Correia, from his post yesterday entitled bow before AppGoogleZOn.

The first quote is in reference to some members of the Stupid Party (as SayUncle calls them) whose words and actions would make Marshal Pétain nostalgic.

 All those companies are allied with the political party that hates you and wants to see your kind utterly eradicated from society, because you are bad people who deserve it. And most of the “leadership” on our side says this is fine, and it’s more important to be polite and play by rules the other side forsook a long time ago. When they get around to throwing dissidents into gulags, I’m sure guys like Mitt Romney will still be chiding us for using impolite swear words during our executions.

The second quote reinforces my belief that censorship of conservatives by Big Tech serves to remove the safety valve. The unintended consequences of that move might make our worst nightmare pale by comparison.

When tens of millions of people are feeling fucked over and that the system is rigged against them, and the media who are assuring them that everything is in fine working order are the same untrustworthy media who’ve been caught lying to them about literally everything else daily for years, now feel like their voices are being squashed by the same cabal of mega companies that have been lying and manipulating all the information we are allowed to see for years… and an increasing number of these usually calm and responsible, but now angry and disenfranchised people (who are also the ones who make society work and keep the lights on) are starting to think that lefty style stupid political violence might be the only way to be heard… so go ahead and kick them while they are down.

I’m sure that will work out splendidly, with absolutely no long term negative consequences.

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    1. I haven’t deleted the original blog on Blogger. However, all of my posts there and any thing new here are on a private server not affiliated with Google.

  1. To be fair, Marshal Petain fought for rearmament and for a larger armed forces and for a more mobile army before WWI.

    He saw the loss his country took in WWI. And he took the part in the Vichy government to try to mitigate the damage of being conquered.

    Everybody loved him, until France was liberated, then the same people called for his blood. He was tried by a French court and was sentenced to death but was commuted to life in prison.

    Both Truman and Churchill offered to take Petain in, because his fault was trying to tone down the stupidity of the Vichy government.

    But, just like so many republicans today, the people wanted to assuage their own guilt in his blood. Just like so many republicans are turning into nice little Judas Iscariots…

    1. Petain also had a dementia problem and was manipulated by people around him, like Laval. Sounds familiar although a better analogy for us is probably Paul von Hindenburg. Unlike Petain, Hindenburg was never that bright and most of his success can be attributed to Ludendorff and Hoffman.

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