If you’ve never heard of Larry Correia I feel sad for you, because he really is an awesome author. At least you know now, and you can stop reading this immediately and go buy his books, which I have no doubt will entertain far more than anything I’ll ever write.
But I’m not posting this because of that. I’m posting it because the subject matter and the comments seem relevant to the public discourse, most lately regarding the insane and deranged reaction from the left to the assault a few Catholic schoolchildren had to endure from one or more leftist nutters.
It should be plain to everyone now that these folks hate us and want us dead or enslaved, which is something that I suppose inspired Mr. Correia to write his post.
Plus, I’d also like to endorse the comments. Two of them have stuck in my head since I originally read them.
One, Someone made the point that to the left violence is a knob that can be turned up and down as needed, but to the right it’s a switch that is either on or off. I have occasionally seen people state- I think here as well as elsewhere- that no violent resistance will ever emerge against the left, apparently because it hasn’t already, despite the endless importunities we have endured at their hands. Looking at it as a sort on/off switch is something that I think help makes it clear why conservatives haven’t been as violent as leftists, at least yet.
Two, someone else noted that when Democrats give speeches devoted to attacking their enemies, those named include such people as Republicans, businessmen, conservatives, etc- but for Republicans the enemies are ISIS, China, Russia, etc. That is, Democrat enemies are other Americans, while Republican enemies are foreign threats to the United States. I find it interesting to speculate what will happen if the non-leftist party of the United States- at present the GOP- ever notices that our key enemies are not foreign, but domestic.
Regardless, Larry Correia is an awesome author and I reiterate that everyone should check out his stuff if they have any interest at all in the SF/Fantasy genres.