2017/07/28

Moral Cowards

My recent exchange with a British Twitter user in the wake of the Charlie Gard decision provides a case study in the moral cowardice of those who preen about their support for using the state to strip parents of their rights.

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As the record shows, it didn't take long for me to generate enough cognitive dissonance in my formerly pontificating opponent to make her abandon the field. Then, to insulate herself from exposure to identity-threatening arguments, she took the further precaution of blocking me.

Her personal attack/nonsense rebuttal combo provides two CogDis tells rolled into one. This chick had gone round after round with at least one lawyer on the legal merits of the case, but she beat a hasty retreat when I popped her bloated ego balloon.

Let this be a lesson to those that would argue with people who brag about their support for government-sanctioned baby murder. They strike a cool, rational pose, but underneath they're moral cowards who want the state to do their dirty work.

What they always fail to think through is that advocating for the courts to seize and kill children without their parents' consent leaves no less blood on their hands. When you join your will to a state policy, you're as morally culpable for the results as the soulless bureaucrats who carry out the sentence.

Point this out, and watch the scumbags squirm.

@BrianNiemeier

17 comments:

  1. *posts "I am not expendable" on Twitter page*
    *defends British government's decision to sentence a baby to death*

    Oh man.

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    1. Luckily, narcissists are extremely easy to trigger.

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    2. I've found people like this tend to lack self-awareness to a staggering degree.

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    3. I, I am, I'm.
      It's all about me, and how dare you tell me I'm wrong. All opinions are equally valid and moral, except mine which is even more equal and correct.

      The sooner the school system is razed, the better.

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    4. I guess it could make a perverse sort of sense in an "If I hail Cthulhu he might eat me last" way.

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  3. Can we grant the parents political asylum?

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  4. And the shadow has fallen. How disturbing that Hitler and Stalin's toxic legacies are returning. Never again is not again!?
    The temptation to usurp God and surrogate the powers of life and death reminds me of Gandalf chastising Frodo over killing Gollum.
    I guess we need to be reminded again


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  5. That's right Brian, you are one of "those" people who insists on holding the government accountable for its actions. The government in the rape case allowed the abuse of young girls because stopping the abuse would have spoiled the narrative. The government also let a small child die just so it could assert its authority. Insisting the government answer for those "lapses" is not doing away with government. It's the first step in improving it.

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    1. To be honest, I'd seriously consider doing away with government at this point.

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  6. As this exchange also demonstrates, leftists/SJWs/globalists are LITERALLY child rapists and baby killers.

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    1. Yes. They care nothing for children. Their only concern is signaling their false virtue.

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    2. Brian
      I wonder if we're finally seeing a nefarious plan for population replacement unfold. It's often forgotton that International plannparenthood welcome nazis into its organization. I wonder if there'a nexus between planned parenthood the nazi and the islamists. And the choas stems from a decision for payback:the genetic inferior kafirs with a civilizational ethos who triumped over them
      xavier

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  7. May the whole of the the British National Health System and the Courts of England be afforded (and forced to accept) the same "death with dignity" afforded Charlie Gard.

    Both have earned that, and more.

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  8. RE: your Twit foil on Twitter.
    Complete lack of self-awareness on her (its?) part, coupled with an inability to argue the fundamental kernel of the question -- or rather, an unwillingness.

    You could smell her fear of the Truth in those responses. Well done, Brian!

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    1. Thanks. I opted to go with feminine pronouns based on Twit's feminine style of argument.

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