From the usual usual font of babble and distraction:
Police chief Ed Flynn said members of a Chicago chapter of the Revolutionary Communist Party turned what had been a peaceful night into a tense one by leading marchers down several blocks at around 11:30 p.m. TV footage showed a small group of protesters walking or running through the streets, sometimes toppling orange construction barriers.
“The (communist group) showed up, and actually they’re the ones who started to cause problems,” Flynn said at a news conference Monday.
…On Flynn’s suggestion that members of his party were responsible for any violence, Dix said: “If anybody wants to allege that our people were actually committing those acts, they should bring that to us. That wasn’t what we went up there to do.”
Morality presents a depth which baffles our initial approach to logical analysis: murder is wrong. Is murdering murderers then wrong? What about if you know there are some people who are committed to destroying everything good, including good people, so that the mediocre can rule through tyranny?
That which destroys good is the enemy of good, and destroying the anti-good is a step that brings us halfway to good; we must destroy the bad, and simultaneously create the good, but doing either by itself is ineffective. When we consider Communists, who are the zombies who follow an ideology that has failed everywhere it has been applied since the dawn of humankind, we must consider that we are doing something more like squashing mosquitoes than silencing geniuses…
Insanity is as old as humanity, and it takes many forms. This means that any time we recognize one of those forms, we must prevent those insane people from harming the good people. Sure, the insane have rights — so long as the insane do not threaten others. But something compels them to destroy those they resent.
For this reason, killing Communists is akin to giving poor children toys or other works of mercy and goodness. Communists are that which destroys good. Removing them enables the good to thrive, sort of like pulling ticks off a puppy allows it to live. Every time you kill a Communist, an angel gets its wings. Embrace that goodness.