Last week, The Rebel posted an excellent rant by Stephen Crowder against a group of "social justice warrior" students at an American university.
Now here is the entire presentation the activists tried to disrupt. It features Milo Yiannopollos, as well as Christina Hoff Sommers, who wrote the excellent book, "Who Stole Feminism":
But there is one topic they touched on that demands more attention.
Last week on BlogTalk radio, a Canadian blogger observed that identity-politics factions, which seem to be separate, are in fact all one group.
His segment starts at around 26 minutes.
One could summarize that whole discussion in one graphic however.
These groups, which include Muslim Brotherhood sponsored groups such as CAIR, and far left extremists like Black Lives Matter, are all battering rams against classical civilization.
Once this is understood, statements that often mystify us make perfect sense.
Statements like: "Why would gay groups support Islam when Islam murders homosexuals?"
The answer is that gay advocacy groups are less interested in gay rights than in serving as a battering ram against classical civilization.
J Street and Not in Our Name claim to reflect Jewish interests but actually seek the destruction of Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East. These groups also support Hamas, whose public charter endorses genocidal antisemitism.
Black Lives Matter never speaks about the two largest killers of black people: the left's prohibition on DDT, which could save a million black people a year from malaria; and the staggering number of African-Americans who die at the hands of other African-Americans.
Instead, Black Lives Matter inflates statistically insignificant incidents of "police brutality" to undermine the authority and power of law enforcement -- the "thin blue line" that helps keep civilization civilized.
Confusing goals, statements and actions make sense when you keep in mind the common root and real purpose of all these left-wing organizations:
The destruction of Western civilization.