Sunday, October 16, 2011

Creators V. Destroyers

David Horowitz who, as per a 60s song, has looked at life from both sides now (i.e. from the left, as a young red-diaper radical, and from the right, as a wised-up adult possessed of a tragic vision of the world), writes apropos the "Occupy" mobs:
A friend of mine sagely observed that the difference between conservatives and leftists is that we are creators and they are destroyers. You couldn’t have a better picture of that than the contrast between the peaceful Tea Party demonstrators and the mobs defacing cities and causing millions of dollars in damage all over America and now the world. That’s because the Tea Partiers love their country and respect their communities, even those they disagree with. Whereas the destroyers respect nothing and are driven by their primary emotions which are envy, resentment and hate.
 Make no mistake about who these people are. This is the same global communist movement that attacked the World Trade Organization and “evil corporations” in 2001, and that took to the streets to defend Saddam Hussein and call Bush Hitler in 2002. The forces behind this movement are identical: Soros, the Shadow Party, gangster socialist unions and a “progressive” intelligentsia whose hatred of the capitalist West has caused it to lose its collective mind.
A friend of mine sagely observed that the same people who whinge the loudest about Israel's "occupation" feel no compunction about--and see no irony in--"occupying" Wall Street. (It is certainly no coincidence that, in its freak-out about "greedy bankers," the Occupy effort incorporates more than a whiff of classic Judenhass.)

Update: Instead of condemning the Jew-haters, this lefty Jewish rag condemns "the right"--for noticing and being sickened by the Jew-hate.

Update: BCF has a shot of Palestine flags flying high at Occupy Toronto, an irony-free zone.

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