Speaking Bluntly: the Left’s Moral Duty to Do Evil

Published on November 3, 2013

by Paul Hair
Clash Daily Guest Contributor

So the <em>Associated Press ran a story describing Bradley Manning as a woman, constantly using female pronouns to refer to him. Thus, it’s an utterly incomprehensible story. Yet incomprehensible stories have now become common. And that’s because leftists are united in their war on pronouns and the redefinition of reality in general. And they are united in such insanity because leftists have a moral duty to do evil.

Leftists have become so united in promoting the redefinition of morality and reality that they reflexively call men “women” and women “men” whenever people say that they are members of the opposite sex. And leftists will even denounce people who won’t join them in this abject wickedness.

This wickedness even extends to children. Leftists celebrate parents who mutilate their boys into “girls” and girls into “boys”, going so far as to condemn those who don’t embrace this evil as “being responsible for causing” the depression and suicide of those deluded folks who think they are members of the opposite sex. (By the way, I’m not sure why leftists consider suicide in this instance a bad thing since suicide — er, euthanasia — is among the next of the depravities leftists are normalizing. But I digress.)

And the moral duty to do evil is not relegated to a private agenda of the left. Instead, the moral duty to do evil has become official U.S. policy. I explain in, “The Consequences of Making Morality a ‘Crime against Humanity’” how the U.S. government actively promotes evil abroad. It’s not a stretch to say that the United States of America is warring for evil on the political front. If and when this political war becomes a physical war remains to be seen.

The success of the left’s unity in its moral duty to do evil is magnified when compared to the disunity of the right, which has been so infiltrated and subverted that it can’t even come together as a whole to denounce and repeal something as antithetical to its (supposed) values as Obamacare.

Furthermore, many on the right seem to have fallen prey to the campaign that endlessly tells them to stop worrying about the so-called social issues (i.e. morality). Actually, this campaign has been so successful that a growing number of people on the right fully support the leftist side of the so-called social issues (proving that the campaign never was about getting people to drop the issues, but instead to switch sides).

Former PA Governor and Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge is one such person on the right who appears to have made it abundantly clear that he now fully supports the leftist side of the so-called social issues. He recently gave a speech to the Log Cabin Republicans where he reportedly disparaged those who don’t support evil while simultaneously announcing that he had “evolved” into supporting it.

Some people on the right have joined the left in supporting immorality because they believe that doing so is right thing. They are gravely mistaken and likely will never admit the error of their ways.

Still others on the right have chosen to surrender to leftists on morality because they believe that it will allow society “to concentrate on the important issues such as the economy.” These people are also gravely mistaken but perhaps they will one day see just how wrong they are.

After all, if society accepts that a man is a “woman” and a woman is a “man,” then what is stopping society from believing that the U.S. can’t spend its way to prosperity? What’s to stop society from believing that slavery is “freedom” and freedom is “slavery?”

The bottom line is that those on the right who surrender to the left on the so-called social issues have simply joined leftists in their moral duty to do evil.

Hopefully society as a whole will realize this before it is too late.

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P Hair editPaul Hair honorably served in the U.S. Army Reserve as a non-commissioned officer; he is veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He has worked as a civilian in both the government and private sectors. His writings have appeared across the web including at sites such as Breitbart, The Daily Caller, and WND. Paul now runs The Security and Culture Intelligencer website (http://scintelligencer.blogspot.com/), which analyzes security and cultural issues. Connect with him at the S&CI website and on Twitter at @PaulHair1.