Why is it that when some leftist rants about going around and “punching Nazis”, he or she (or xe?) looks like the kind of person who has never punched anyone — or anything at all?
Now, we’re not the types who romanticize violence for reasons political or otherwise, but let’s not pretend that a childhood usually includes get bruised up. This is especially true for young boys. We know — the American Psychological Association has suddenly came out and said that masculine lifestyles are actually unhealthy, but they’re completely wrong so we’re just going to ignore everything they say from here on out.
It’s not far-fetched to say that many Americans today are developing the beliefs they have because they grew up very differently than the rest of us did. For us, it was normal to get into a scuffle on the playground — with both sides silently agreeing to not bring teachers or parents into the equation, no matter how hostile the relationship is. For them, a couple of mean words could have the whole school shut down. This ideology is bleeding into the workplace to with “sensitivity training” being an actual thing actual people have to do sometimes.
Maybe it would be good for these kids to actually punch Nazis. The trouble, however, would be finding Nazis to punch…
~ Facts Not Memes