Stopping someone from hitting a Trump supporter in the face, gets into the territory of . . . “white saviorism”
Leftists plans for MORE violence after the elections . . . .
(Complete with re-defined leftist emotional terms and phrases to again help to dehumanize supporters of President Trump.
The leftists modus operandi is dehumanize and divide.
Nowhere is their dehumanization more stark than with the abortion issue, where they steadfastly refuse to admit the personhood of preborn humans with very few exceptions.)
NOVEMBER 2, 2020 By Tristan Justice
With the election coming just 24 hours from now, I am ready to fight fascism with fascism no matter the outcome. I will join my comrades in the nation’s capital on election night to make sure the fat Cheeto man in the White House leaves office once and for all.
In the last week, I participated in a series of online seminars with Shut Down DC on implementing our “Strategic framework for action following the 2020 election.” During the training on de-escalation, I learned in what circumstances it is permissible to “punch a Nazi in the face.”. . .
. . . The teacher said . .
which means if she decides to punch a Nazi in the face, we do not stop her from doing that. Stopping her from doing that, it gets into white saviorism.
. . . “Nazi” is just another term for “Trump supporter,” by the way.
Our instructor continued, emphasizing that even under adverse circumstances, it was our duty to . . .
. . . During the seminar, we were also instructed to “respect the diversity of tactics” if we didn’t believe in the violence set to erupt.
“While we may disagree with certain people’s tactics or how they handle certain situations, at the end of the day what matters most is fighting back against our violent society,” the instructor said. “A commitment to non-violence isn’t necessary of the de-escalation tactics we are teaching.”
Following the trainings, I also now fully understand that “law enforcement is inherently violent,” and “the only way to avoid getting harmed by law enforcement is to not be out protesting.” Even if that means I’m in the middle of burning down a black-owned business in the name of social justice, because we must “acknowledge we live on stolen land.”