The reason woke people are afraid of "right-wing violence" is because they're projecting the way they grab political power onto the rest of us.
This is an internal message from Twitter:
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Remember, Libs of TikTok is simply reposting PUBLIC videos and PUBLIC events to highlight awareness of them. She is not posting private addresses, workplaces, or exposes on people's private lives (you know, like Taylor Lorenz over at WaPo did to LoTT).
And yet the internal Twitter convos are continuing to think of ways to ban her.
It's true, protesters are going to show up to places where grown men in makeup wear short skirts with spread legs as they read "The Little Engine That Could" to 4-year-olds. People are tired of this debauchery. They're tired of the sexual revolution coming for the kids and the mainstream effort to destigmatize "minor attracted persons" (AKA pedophiles).
But have any of these protesters specifically threatened violence? Have any of them cited LoTT's rhetoric as the reason for violence? My right to speak freely is not dictated by how other people might twist my words to commit violence, unless my intent was to spur violence. Despite that legally protected "self-evident" truth, Twitter employees are trying to be judge, jury, and executioner from their silver tower.
Also, have any evil non-woke protesters, I don't know, marched for weeks on end outside someone's home or shown up with a gun to assassinate them and their families? Those are all things leftists have done in recent weeks, after all.
And therein lies the point. Leftists see violence as a tool to take advantage of every crisis. Power is the point.
And because they do not understand that conservatives have an entirely different worldview about the nature of power, human morality, and destiny, they will continue to censor their opponents for the fear that they will use the same evil tactics that lurk in their minds.
"We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now you begin to understand me." – 1984
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