> "Please, name a few, like I did? "
> I'll have to think about it. Its a totally
> normal and reasonable question. And to say
> they're 'worse' than alt righters is not accurate.
> I see it more like they are the 'proximate
> cause'. Meaning they are the guy who lit the
> squib, and the alt right are the last one to have
> tossed it before it hurt someone. Like if this
> was a civil case, they'd be slightly more liable
> for the cause of this ugly polarized situation we
> keep finding ourselves in.
> But calling out specific individuals as 'far left'
> is harder to do, because they are far more
> illusive. Their agenda, while mostly the pursuit
> of power, is masked as moral responsibility, so
> not everyone can spot that its actually only an
> exploitation of that image and totally insincere.
> Anytime they are called out, there's enough people
> who are missing the subtleties of their agenda as
> its draped and marinated in virtue signals, so its
> much harder to gather enough of a 'witch hunt'
> after them as it is to gather against the far
> right individuals. The smartest self interested
> far left hide in this ideal 'safe house' and avoid
> accountability this way.
> So I fear if I attempt to name names, you'll
> dismantle each one, like shooting fish in a
> barrel, because the game is rigged that way.
> How's that for a slippery escape from your
I never thought you would have had so much of a struggle to name names of people who are examples of the extreme left wing.
How can someone be so insidious and powerful, and yet so impossible for you to name?
Maybe “they” aren’t real, and they are just the representation of your disgust and fear.
But, this does help explain why you find Jordan Peterson so inspiring. He also hates “The Left”, in an amorphous way. He refers to “the game” in that way, too.