Why the world needs right-wingers and why right-wingers suck

My post today is full of gross generalisations I admit but left-wingers and right-wingers do tend to see the world through very different eyes. All of us I believe want good things to happen and are well-meaning in our own way but how we try to achieve these good things are very different and some of us are more effective than others.

I am a right-winger because I think that right-wingers protect people better. I acknowledge that left-wing people are often more driven than we are to help people. We need left-wingers because of that drive to help but they equally need us to protect them from many of the consequences of their well-meaning but dangerous actions.

We righties are often perceived as being hard-hearted because we prefer facts over emotion. If we set a target (like for example reducing child poverty) we want clearly defined ways to measure it. We want to reduce it because we care about others but we also want value for our tax dollars. Feel-good slogans and waffly conversations simply do not do it for us.

While left-wingers are very good at creating charities, drawing the public’s attention to the plight of others and getting government funding for them they are often not good at running them efficiently. When right-wingers set up charities they often fund them with their own money so they are very conscious of waste and cutting costs so that most of the money is spent on the people in need.

Right-wing run charities and governments are also more likely to teach a man to fish whereas Left-wing run charities and governments are more into Lollie scrambles that keep the recipients dependent instead of encouraging independence.

We righties are not activists by and large. It takes an awful lot to make us protest anything. Many of the rights we enjoy today are because of the actions of left-wing activists who were prepared to put their bodies on the line and risk police brutality to try to change the world for the better.

We righties are more likely to put our bodies on the line to protect our countries from armed enemies as our respect for the law and our loyalty to our country and its culture runs deep. Protesting simply isn’t in our DNA but fighting to protect our democracy and our freedoms is.

The threat of Islam in the West illustrates perfectly how different left-wingers are from right-wingers. Right-wingers see the ideology of Islam as a threat and think that it is pretty obvious given what has happened all over Europe and elsewhere. They understand that Islam is incompatible with our way of life and that it presents a clear and present danger to our culture and democracy. Despite knowing this, right-wingers do not get out on the streets and start protesting until the situation is so bad that the country is on the verge of riots and civil war.

When civil war starts they will be great at fighting to protect their country and culture and will willingly sacrifice their lives but they are useless (apart from a few brave souls) at doing something about it when there is still time to prevent the problem from occurring or escalating.

Left-wingers, on the other hand, excel at protesting and at getting laws changed. If they were on our side there would be laws in place already protecting our countries from creeping Sharia. If they shared our understanding of the dangers of political Islam they would not hesitate to ban and suppress it because when they support something they have no difficulties whatsoever taking away other people’s freedoms.


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