Let’s forget for now that everyone on the Left gave Obama a free pass for eight years of continuing the globalist war in the Middle East on the grounds he is black (kind of racist, if you think about it, but whatever).
Then let’s forget the destruction of Libya and Syria on his watch. Let’s forget the fact he said he would close Guantanamo but didn’t. Let’s forget the fact he said “I’m really good at killing people.”
Let’s forget Hillary Clinton’s “Ahahahaha. We Came. We saw. He died.” Let’s all get self-righteous (which is what passes for the Left these days does best- in fact, ALL it does). Let’s watch THIS complete psycho laughing like a maniac about Khaddafi being anally raped to death with a knife in the street:
I am not on the Right, by the way and used to regard myself as a left-wing liberal. Now I’d identify as anarchist libertarian, for what it’s worth.
The constant support of war, torture and suppression of dissent because it was YOUR puppet doing the war, torture and suppression of dissent has left (small l there) a situation which will take a generation or more to clean up, if it ever can be.
Blood IS on your hands.
YOU made the rise of the Right inevitable.
Slow hand clap and fuck off ALL of you with your narcissistic identity politics bullshit.
Oooo! Over there!
Thy Damnation Slumbereth Not!
The Huff and Puff Post-
“One consequence of the triumph of the political left is the proliferation of fanciful psychiatric diagnoses for all manner of conservatives. Now Kerry Bolton has written a factually based account of the pathology of the left – the vanity of Rousseau, the narcissistic personality of Karl Marx, the megalomania of Trotsky, the father-hating hedonist Mao Zedong, through to the paedophile promoting Allen Ginsberg, and the Oedipus complex of Louis Althusser who on release from a mental hospital strangled his wife. Kerry Bolton’s The Psychotic Left not only makes fascinating reading, but it provides an insight into the hypocrisy of many of the leading figures on the political left, who despite their rhetoric were totally devoid of compassion or empathy for their fellow man. A common thread of many of the personalities discussed in this book is an overwhelming narcissism – the arrogance of people who are absolutely confident in their prescriptions for redesigning society and absolutely ruthless in putting their ideas into action – whatever the cost in human lives and suffering.”