Back during the Vietnam War there were Marxists who would set fire to buildings and then cut the hoses with an axe when the firefighters showed up to fight the fire. But now the grandchildren of those same Marxists whine about their feelings being hurt by any statement of the truth.
Too bad, bitches.
These children (and that's an insult to children) wouldn't last ten seconds in infantry basic training at
Fort Benning. And that's a good thing because I absolutely wouldn't
trust any of these utterly pathetic wastes of matter and energy on any
field of battle with my life.
During the summer of 1976 I read a book and changed the way I saw myself and other people.
Robert A. Heinlein in his novel STARSHIP TROOPERS put forth the radical
idea that adulthood was not only a physical state but a distinctly moral
one as well. And while physical maturity was obvious to an objective
observer the moral state was not. Given that the mentally and morally
immature were not able to rationally perform the duties of citizenship
he proposed to establish a system for sorting out the able from the
unable. As it's impossible to compel moral maturity what's required is
voluntary system to separate functional citizens from the dysfunctional
losers. While Heinlein did present his system of Federal Service in
altruistic terms it does allow the separation of moral dead weights from mentally and morally active people.
Free Tommy Robinson