Why they march

This is nicely put by the ZMan:

This is why it is a fool’s errand to assign logical motives to Progressives. The goofy white woman holding the sign that reads “We Will Not Let Hate Win” in the Post story has no idea why she is there or even what she is saying with that sign. It is not even about a normal emotion like anger or sadness. People attending public memorial services for strangers can at least claim to feel bad for their community or humanity. That woman is there hoping to gain attention from the media so she can gain status among her coreligionists.

That’s about the height of it, yes.

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7 thoughts on “Why they march

  1. How did it become virtuous to deliberately fail to identify the enemies who murder and maim? This goes beyond turning the other cheek into delusion.

  2. @Ljh – good point. I see the Iranian intelligence agency exterminated the mastermind of the recent terrorist attack in Tehran, this is a bit more like it in my books.

  3. “the Iranian intelligence agency exterminated the mastermind of the recent terrorist attack in Tehran”: or perhaps they found it convenient to exterminate someone and claim that he was the aforesaid mastermind. It’s all smoke and mirrors, the Intelligence world.

  4. It’s a March against Reason as much as anything else.

    It constantly irritates me that people who March and demonstrate are considered to be more genuine or passionate about an issue than those who don’t, and their opinions are given disproportionate attention in the media. It REALLY pisses me off.

  5. Tim might be on to something with the young and house prices

    My modus operandi is to fling ideas out there and hope one of them actually turns out to be valid, and I get to look smart. 🙂

  6. Rob,

    It annoys me too. But the people who march and the media are pretty much one and the same.

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