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Jul 27 2020

The Mostly Peaceful Protesters Are Terrorists

Merriam-Webster already agreed to change the definition of “racism” so as to comply with the ideology of the mob. Maybe it should do the same for “terrorism.”

Currently terrorism is defined like this:

the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion

The most relevant definition it gives for “terror” is this:

violence or the threat of violence used as a weapon of intimidation or coercion …

especially : violent or destructive acts (such as bombing) committed by groups in order to intimidate a population or government into granting their demands

“Violent or destructive acts.” You know, like attempting to burn down a federal courthouse. Like setting off a bomb that blows a hole in the wall of a police precinct.

These definitions will need to be fundamentally transformed. Otherwise, the “mostly peaceful protesters” egged on by the liberal establishment for political purposes are terrorists.

Another example of terrorism was recorded on Sunday at the home of Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security:

Is terrorism legal now? If not, why are these terrorists not rounded up and punished?

How about violent insurrection? Maybe that is legal now too:

Federal officers may have been permanently blinded by lasers wielded by mostly peaceful terrorists.

The most important difference between al Qaeda/ISIS and Black Lives Matter/Antifa terrorists is not the relative body count, but the relative threat. Al Qaeda was never likely to take over the government and systematically destroy America. BLM and Antifa essentially comprise the terrorist wing of the Democrat Party, a function previously performed by the similarly masked Ku Klux Klan.

The “protesters” who refrain from the vandalism, looting, arson, and assault that have characterized the George Floyd Memorial Riots are at the very least enabling their violent comrades. Not every terrorist in al Qaeda blows himself up. Actively facilitating terrorism is terrorism.

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