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“This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal; this was the moment when we ended a war and secured our nation and restored our image as the last, best hope on earth.”

Revenge is a dish we eat cold. Very, very cold.

In retrospect, this may well have been the moment when the Left assured its own destruction. Because Trump’s never been an accommodationist, because he does not accept the movement-conservatives’ notion that some wars cannot be won and therefore must go on forever, and because he’s not afraid of total victory, Trump has a chance to defeat the cultural Marxists once and for all, dealing them a blow just as final as that which finished the economic Marxists when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.

Don’t look for a re-run of the surrender at Appomattox, though — the modern Left lacks even an ounce of Robert E. Lee’s grace and class. On the other hand, Trump won’t demonstrate Ulysses S. Grant’s magnanimity to his defeated enemies. He just has to crush them. No Substitute for Total Victory | Unexamined Premises

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  • Howard Nelson July 2, 2018, 10:56 AM

    There is no defeat of the cultural (or political) Marxists once and for all. Likewise Fascism. Both, in their various viscous vicious forms seek to suck has down into one kind of slavery or another. The quartet of coercers is completed with addition of Jihadists and our home grown blood-sucking bureaucraps.
    En garde! Engage! Enrage!
    Let’s not lag behind the awakening Europeans for whom it may already be too late.
    .

  • ghostsniper July 2, 2018, 12:08 PM

    Speaking of General Lee. After being born in and living the first 11 years of my life in Gettysburg, PA we moved to Fort Myers, Florida in the county of Lee. Yeah, THAT Lee. General Lee. Everything there was named after Lee. In downtown FM there was a large and old federal bank building that faced First st on the corner of, wait for it, Lee st. On the Lee st side was a large, maybe 50 ft high, mosaic of Lee sitting on Traveller. It was majestic. A long time ago I leased office space directly across from that mosaic and I could see it out my window. I was on the 3rd floor and about level with Lee’s eyes. Spellbinding.

    I haven’t been on that street in more than 30 years, and with all of the myriad of “downtown redevelopments” over the years and the recent attack by american communists I wouldn’t be surprised if that majestic mosaic was torn down. 1 block away was the Lee theater in which my dad took my brother and me in the late 60’s to see the Clint Eastwood western trilogies. Does anybody remember apple pie?