The mouthpiece of west coast leftists, The LA Times, printed a column titled: “Mocking anti-vaxxers’ deaths is ghoulish, yes — but necessary” a title that is horrifying enough but according to Breitbart (and the column’s URL), it seems to have been originally titled: “Why Shouldn’t We Dance on the Graves of Anti-Vaxxers?” The left’s gleeful, willing dehumanization of their ideological foes and mockery of those tragically dead seems to be complete, and our nation is becoming a more dangerous place than ever before.
The absolutely sociopathic and ghastly column asks:
“How should we react to the deaths of the unvaccinated? On the one hand, a hallmark of civilized thought is the sense that every life is precious. On the other, those who have deliberately flouted sober medical advice by refusing a vaccine known to reduce the risk of serious disease from the virus, including the risk to others, and end up in the hospital or the grave can be viewed as receiving their just deserts.”
If you aren’t horrified yet you will be.
The writer of this testament to man’s downfall, Michael Hiltzik continued, “As I observed then, pleas for “civility” are a fraud. Their goal is to blunt and enfeeble criticism and distract from its truthfulness. Typically, they’re the work of hypocrites.”
The Dehumanization of the “Unvaccinated” By Leftists
This is the hallmark of dark times: dehumanization. And it seems that it has moved forward in degrees. From the dehumanizing of an unborn child to the dehumanization of political opponents and now to the dehumanization of Americans who choose to uphold their bodily autonomy against authoritarian government mandates. The fact of the matter is that this has also not been a spontaneous process, but it has been amplified and intensified exponentially by an ideologically pathological mainstream media alongside the power of social media run amok, combined with politically driven censorship which creates a horrific self-reinforcing echo chamber. Indeed this could be an echo of what Dr. Robert Malone referred to as ‘Mass Formation Psychosis’ during his now-famous interview with Joe Rogan.
When we no longer view our partisan or policy opponents as human beings we become the most dangerous creatures of all of the very same ilk who coined the term Untermenschen during the Third Reich, a society gone mad, where a refusal to submit to the will of the ruling body politic renders someone’s death no longer tragic but comic, and eventually to be deemed not only necessary but desirable and celebrated.
This is how a culture becomes one that worships death and is drenched in blood. But hope remains, as long as we remember that the echo chamber doesn’t always represent reality. That Twitter isn’t manifest at the grocery store, that the LA Times, no longer represents Los Angeles or the whole of Californians, but as Nolte wrote for Breitbart they represent “a desperate, dishonest, sociopathic corporate media backed by billions of corporate dollars desperate to dehumanize half the country into something that deserves to die.”
It has become clear who Americans should be opposing, not one another… but those who would drive us apart over an individual medical decision. The far left and the media who amplify them are slowly being opposed by not only conservatives but those who live in between and are waking up to the horror that they have wrought… We tried to warn them.