Anarchy Moment 0159 – The Homeless Man and The Clinton Supporters.
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Riding my bike down the ROAD! (as in, who would build them) I passed a homeless man at the bus stop talking to himself. On the very same block I passed the HQ for the Democrat Party & Clinton campaign.
This is what Statism looks like.
- There are people who are devoting resources: time, money, fuel, electricity and more – to helping a rich woman become President of the U.S.
- They do this believing (amongst other things) the rich woman will “solve” homelessness.
- They are making a choice to devote those resources to electing a rich woman to “solve” homelessness instead of devoting those resources to solving homelessness.
The left-wing statist wants to feel like she is better than everyone else – while claiming everyone is equal (and thus no one is better than everyone else) – while claiming that heterosexual white men with jobs are racist, sexist, homophobic and islamaphobic (and thus not as good as everyone else) – while not actually doing anything that would be evidence she is better than everyone else.
Such as helping homeless people.
I’ve explained this for years. If everyone who claims to care about homeless people took a homeless person into their home there would be no more homeless people.
Also ask yourself this. Where are the families, communities, friends and churches to which these homeless people should belong? Those have been destroyed by left-wing statism. The State and the left-wing statist view the family above all else as the greatest enemy.
The left-wing statist wants people to be dependent upon the State. Yet the State can’t provide for anyone as well as people can provide for themselves, their families and their friends.
The homeless person was, naturally, a white man.
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