The Left Uses An Insidious Tactic Called ‘Jamming’ To Bully Those That Disagree

Written by Kenn Daily on May 10, 2018

Here’s an idea. Let’s wage war on the Southern Poverty Law Center. No, we’re not talking about guns and explosives. We’re talking about give-them-a-taste-of-their-own-hate kind of war.

Example: recently removed a Christian organization from its list of non-profits. The list allows customers to make donations to those on the list.

The offending Christian group is Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).

What hate crime could the ADF possibly have committed to evoke the ire of the SPLC?

Well, here’s a hint: The Colorado Time Recorder reported, “Anti-LGBT hate group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is best known in Colorado for suing the state on behalf of a baker who refused to serve a gay couple shopping for a wedding cake.”

Apparently the ADF (make donation here) advocates freedom of association as well as freedom of religion; both hate crimes in the eyes of cultural Marxism.

Pardon my grossocity (not a real word) while I’ll offer this analogy: If you care to eat boogers, that’s your business. I think it’s stupid, but in a free society you have a right to be stupid providing you harm no one else.

Now, if the government imposes a law defining booger-eaters as a protected class, it becomes my business. If the government imposes upon my freedom of association by requiring I bake wedding cakes for booger-eaters, I will push back. If my religion condemns booger eating as an abomination, I will exercise my freedom of religion to oppose efforts to normalize booger eating.

I will then wonder why I can be stigmatized as boogerphobe and excluded from social discourse due to my innate moral sensibilities. This is, after all, America. Isn’t it?

Replace booger eating with homosexuality. You can be as gay as you want to be, just don’t ask me to participate in normalizing your anomalous grossocity (there’s that word again).

And when the tables are turned? Are homosexual extremists still heck-bent on tolerance and inclusion? Heck no.

Years ago I was a dues-paying member of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. I even ran for governor on the party ticket in 2004. I invested lots of money, much time, considerable effort, and lots of money to the group as a dedicated activist. Did I mention I also contributed lots of money?

Then everything abruptly changed.

I penned a blog post noting that homosexual men tend to have shorter lifespans than normal men. Granted, homosexuals tend to earn above average incomes than typical males, but their lifetime income was cut short by their lifestyles. That, in turn, soured the silly notion that communities should be “gay-friendly” to attract homodollars; another word I just invented.

What’s more, homosexuals are averse to being stigmatized as bearers of bad AIDS and HIV. Meanwhile, they lobby for billions of tax dollars to fight the disease.

All heck broke loose.

My status as beloved and dedicated Libertarian Party member was unceremoniously revoked. No, I was never officially kicked out of the party.

Rather, I was jammed.

Jamming is a process whereby homosexual extremists vilify those they deem as SPs (or suppressive persons. You can thank Scientology for that one.) Jamming, I suppose, refers to jamming a radio signal. The SP is socially jammed by ridicule and made the subject of abject hatred. SPs are ostracized. The message is clear: Don’t offend homosexuals or you will face the fate of Kenn.

So much for inclusion and tolerance.

The end point being that there are few groups as intolerant and adverse to inclusion as left-wing extremists. Call them hate groups, if you will. And the brightest stars on the hate-group map should be the Southern Poverty Law Center and for their anti-religious christophobia. And, yes, that’s another word I just invented.

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Kenn Daily
Kenn Gividen (aka, Kenn Daily) is the publisher of Now 64 years old, Kenn formed his conservative views at the age of 14 and was an early member of Young Americans for Freedom. He is a vociferous anti-racist but sets himself apart from most conservatives by refusing to be bullied into silence regarding racial issues. Violent black crime is a signature issue of his website. Kenn is a semi-retired business owner. He lives in Indiana with his wife of 40 years. He has two grown children -- a daughter and son -- four grandchildren, and two granddogs.