The Anniversary Of The Results From Ultra Conservative Rhetoric Validating Violence Against Those Whom They Disagree

Take a good look and study this photo, embed it in your mind, burn it in your memory.

Here we are one year later.  The anniversary of the assignation attempt of U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords where the venomous aspect of the Far Right / Tea Party Rhetoric of placing the photos of political pundits they don’t agree with, overset within crosshairs.  These same Ultra Conservative Fanatics / Tea Party Members blatantly touting that they personally beat those who they do not agree with politically and have the financial means to pay the fines for doing so, and are able to do it again with pride.  Those who promote the shooting of Congressmen, Senators, and yes, even the President of the United States.  I repeat, many of these sick minds take Great Pride in these statements!!

Then on the other side they will lament, point out the outrage, even pining when a child is harmed, and will call for retribution accounting penalties to those responsible that lead to the events that caused the harm to a child.  Quite an enigma at best aren’t they?  (It’s a rhetorical question.)  It is OK to kill those who you do not politically agree (Even if they are Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers, Sons, Daughters, Aunts, Uncles, etc) but call for retribution of the death of children.  In one hypocritical voice touting “Christian Values” of the 10 commandments but for some reason, “Thou Shall Not Kill” does not apply politically with those whom they do not agree.

Now today when I read other blogs where posters spout off that they would physical beat (have physically beaten in the streets of the United States) those whom they do not agree with, reminds me of my time in the South American countries like Chile or Argentina where there are mass graves behind the police stations where they too beat, and even shot to death, those who did not agree or spoke out against their repressive viewpoints, “Because they were the one’s with the guns.”

For those who think they have it all together with this type of Ultra Conservative Rhetoric have no idea how close they really are to the “Abusive Power” of the Argentine and Chilean Military Juntas of the 1970’s.

With this posting I am calling out those whom I am speaking of that you “ARE THE CONTRIBUTING ASPECTS” that lead to the shooting at the Town Hall Meeting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.  That caused the validation in one person’s mind that he was doing what was “Good And Just.” That caused the death of an innocent nine year old girl’s life.  Congratulations go to those who verbally reinforced his actions.

The Face Of the Ultra Conservative / Tea Party Rhetoric

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4 Responses to “The Anniversary Of The Results From Ultra Conservative Rhetoric Validating Violence Against Those Whom They Disagree”

  1. J.O.B. Says:

    EOK- Sort of a somber anniversary. Extremism at it’s finest, I guess.
    It was nice seeing Congresswoman Gifford casting her vote months ago

  2. Engineer Of Knowledge Says:

    Hello J.O.B.
    Thanks for stopping by. As I have said, everyone is the summation of their own life’s experiences and my time with the Navy being deployed in South America within those two countries made a big impression in my life that I carry with me today.

    Needles to say that this story really hits home with me.

    Allow me to pass on another story to you giving you yet another example. Later in this same timeframe, I ended up for a short while in Venezuela. This was before Hugo Chavez had gained his power.

    Venezuela has been one of the more stable democracies in Latin America and backed by the United States. Venezuela had a functioning Democracy from 1959 thru 1969. The repressive government of Rafael Caldera Rodríguez, who was the President from 1969 to 1974, and he was the one who legalized the Communist Party and established diplomatic relations with Moscow. (The reason I was sent there by the U.S.)

    The Venezuela government had just passed a law that stated if you were caught driving a car while drunk, well for this egregious crime, you could be executed on the spot by the Venezuelan Federal Police Force.

    Now for many newspaper editors whose papers were speaking out against the government at this time, surprisingly enough, many were found drunk driving on back country roads and the law’s enforcement was followed through with.

    So the point I am making is, I hope you can understand why this repressive physical violence mentality sits quite poorly with me. I have seen too often first hand where it leads to.

  3. mudrake Says:

    I hope you can understand why this repressive physical violence mentality

    Gifford’s assailant appears to be clinically psychotic and will not be prosecuted as a mentally well defendant.

    On the other hand, there are many right-wing psychotics who have not yet been diagnosed in a similar fashion and who spew their angry rhetoric out to the public where some mentally deficient sap might pick it up and act upon it.

    You have been wading into the cesspool of the right-wing blogs lately and you surely have noticed a certain hateful tone there. That’s where it begins and goes quickly downhill from there.

    Currently JOB is luring the right-wing posse with a question of Freedom of the Press. Interesting bait. Naturally, the posse fails to see the dangers in their own rhetoric, but easily point our how the left has ‘assumed’ control of the media, the ‘lamestream media.’

    It would be just one more joke from the circus act were it not so deadly. As you wrote, many of these sick minds take Great Pride in these statements!

  4. jackjodell53 Says:

    I will never forget the sad story of that young girl’s demise: a bright youngster, full of innocence, curiosity, good will, good intentions, and LIFE, snuffed out because of some utter madman who took advantage of our far-too-liberal gun laws and went on a senseless rampage. Totally sad; totally unforgivable.

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