Steyn on Thought Police
What will probably have some right-thinking Americans, especially those in the northern border states, inventorying their ammunition stocks is the brazen confirmation by leading Canadian leftists that free speech is some quaint, outdated Americanism that really has no application in the new Oceanian province of Kafkanada. Steyn quotes Canadian feminist, Susan Cole:
It should be obvious, but I will still point out the use of the term religion associated with free speech. Has the notoriously anti-religion left, recognizing the advantage of the widespread phenomenon of youthful rebellion against religion, so prevalent, yet frequently transitory, determined that an insidious way to undermine free speech in those young skulls full of mush is to associate it with religion?
Steyn further illustrates the Kafkanadian concept of free speech with this quote:
That’s a distinction that never has seemed to register with lefties. What is it they were so fond of sneering all those years ago, “You just don’t get it?” To paraphrase Reverend Wright, “Them chickens is airborne an’ headin’ home!”
By the time those right-thinking Americans above finish reading Steyn’s closing paragraph, they’ll likely be loading up the family home-defense arsenal and heading for the range to sharpen their marksmanship skills. Here’s part of it:
Steyn’s preview of the development of Kafkanadian intolerance of free speech on our northern border has me thinking that some truly entrepreneurial American, if one remains functioning who has not yet been taxed out of existence by the Democrats, could do quite well producing silhouette targets of menacing figures in Soviet era uniforms and boldly labeled, THOUGHT POLICE.
They’d probably sell even better than those depicting bearded individuals with unkempt graying ponytails in seedy tweed jackets labeled, COMMIE PROFESSOR. Well, on second thought, probably not.
Oh, and considering that vile, leftist term, kikeroaches, is there such a thing as a kosher firing range?