The bigotry of the left wing – A reader emails

A reader emails about the bigotry of the left:

I’ve had enough. I’m sick of it. It’s time it was called out for what it is. . . Bigotry.

What am I talking about? I’m talking about the left, and their whinging, whining, moaning crap that we are forced to suffer through in media (newspapers, television news, blogs etc).

Every time someone comments or disagrees with something that the left say, they cry about it, accuse people of being “right wingers” and can’t seem to handle differing opinions. Bigots.

Bigot: someone who, as a result of their prejudices, treats other people with fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance.

This describes the left down to the t. 

They can’t seem to discuss, like grown ups, the differences that people share. It seems that it’s their way or no way. There seems to be no room for disagreement with the left.

One of the things that I have observed is that on left wing blogs there is nothing but vitriolic hatred when someone offers a differing opinion. They get personal, nasty and roll in the mud. Nothing is off limits to them.

They are so blinded by their ideology that there is no room for compromise, or heaven hell them, the thought that they might be wrong. They can’t even bring themselves to support anything that comes from the right of politics (or even the centre of politics if it is promoted by “right wingers”) because they are so blinded by the fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance that comes with being a bigot.

Compare this with the right wing blogs (of any decent readership) which can discuss their views, but still allow for opposing views, or compromise, or even, saying that something the left proposes has some merit.

Left wing blogs, and their bunch of nasty little commenters who rant on their blogs and on newspaper websites, on the other hand can’t even bring themselves to consider that anything rightwing parties do or say could possibly be true or right.

This is sad, and it is beginning to pervade into the mainstream. All we have to do is observe the likes of Campbell Live who can’t seem to back down on their point of view, even when the evidence proves otherwise. The left seem to be on a crusade to stamp out any opposition by turning nasty.

This should make people shudder. We only have to look back to the last left wing government and their attempt to stifle free speech with the Electoral Finance act.

It’s time that these bigots were called out for their bigotry and held to account. It is time that people were allowed to freely express their opinion and not be shouted down by the left who seem to hate people disagreeing with them.

I find it ironic that the left use the  “bigot” label freely on anyone who disagrees their view on life. Ironic because by their use of it they are actually being the bigots. You see, bigotry is not someone having a different or contrary view, bigotry is when you treat other people with fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance. . . Something that the left displays more than anyone else.


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