Inherent in Socialist doctrines implicit premise that the mere human being is an animal without a mind, or a soul, and thus without rights, and it should be treated as such by the ideal socialist state. If there is anyone who has a right to be offended at such public utterances it is the victims of Socialism.
Of course the Socialist believer is
going to be offended when the truth is spoken. Socialism is in practice
the destruction of persons and entire societies as a whole. Socialist
doctrines are the lies that the socialist must tell himself in order to
avoid the self realization that he is in fact a thief and a murderer. Of course the truth is going to hurt their feelings. So what? A
Socialist is not bothered in the slightest when one of them publicly
incites a mob to murder elected officials and their families because the
officials are upholding and defending the Constitution to which they
have sworn. The Socialist sees this as normal and acceptable behavior.
But because the Socialists cannot--or will not--believe in a higher
standard of behavior they will freak out every time they see a bunch of
farmers or other citizens get together for some target practice in fear
that this is the mob that is coming after them.
In order to live
each man require accurate information in order to make correct moral
decisions. Valid knowledge is like food and oxygen, a necessary
requirement of human life. Because the range of the senses of each
individual is limited, men have through the practice of verbal (and
later written) communication used communication with each other as a
means of extending the range of their own senses and thus improving
their own prospects for survival. Societies that value knowledge
will generally tend to be more economically and technologically advanced
than those societies that devalue knowledge. Whenever a military
confrontation occurs between Rational states and those ruled by the
Irrational, the Rational as a general rule, will prevail in the
struggle. As we see our own right to life as sacred, then we must
see the Truth as nothing less than sacred. Those who demand that we
ignore the Truth or would forcibly prevent us from learning the Truth
should be treated as nothing less than Enemies of Mankind in General, to
be dealt will as wolves are.