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Totalitarian Principle: “Everything Not Forbidden Is Compulsory.”

Last Thursday, Mozilla, the company that’s home to the web browser Firefox, forced the resignation of CEO Brendan Eich. fascist victimWhat, precisely, had Eich done wrong?

Back in 2008, Eich had donated $1,000 to the Proposition 8 effort backing traditional marriage in California. Dating website OKCupid posted a ban on Firefox traffic, issuing a message to Firefox users instead: “Those who seek to deny love and instead enforce misery, shame, and frustration are our enemies, and we wish them nothing but failure.” That ban reportedly prompted the action at Mozilla.

It’s a disturbing story, to be sure. But it’s also just the tip of the iceberg: Unfortunately, the same folks administering the private Thought Police would love to extend their control into the realm of government. These are not libertarians arguing for the right to hire and fire as you see fit in the private market. These are power brokers seeking to use whatever means necessary to quash opposition.

That’s why gay couples have sued photographers, bakeries and florist shops, attempting to shut them down if they refuse to cater to same-sex weddings. That’s why the Obama administration has attempted to fine businesses that do not wish to pay for health coverage they deem sinful. The underlying idea: If the left dislikes what you do, the left can compel you not to do it. As Kevin Williamson of National Review writes, American society is quickly morphing into a system governed by T.H. White’s totalitarian principle: “Everything not forbidden is compulsory.” here

Like it or not, I assume . . . hope, the majority of American’s would not ‘like it’, this is the fascist path our nation is on.  Totalitarianism.

Political Correction is fascism . . . it tells people, those gullible enough to accept, that they must control their speech and thought, as to not “offend” a few radical minority.  This tactic was used by Hitler and many dictators.  In fact, it’s the ‘law of the land’ in most country’s of the world — especially in the dark world of Islam.

thought policeMr. Brendan Eich  . . . did no wrong. He made a small donation to a political cause he chose.  One which believes in marriage as being defined as between a man and a woman . . . the same belief Barack Hussein Obama said HE support in 2008.  That also won the majority vote in California.  But that was more than a political cause, it IS the definition of marriage as defined in the dictionary — those which haven’t fallen to P.C.ness.  God created ‘marriage’, and He alone defined what it is.

Regardless, if this man had made a donation to any political entity, that’s his free right as an American — or it used to be.  Now one might well expect to be run out of his job, outright fired or harassed by radicals who hate you and your views.  And that is the definition of totalitarianism and fascism beliefs.

This same evil tactic has been used against Chick-fil-a when homosexuals rioted, picketed and demanded the company not give ‘donation’ to a conservative group supporting normal marriage and values.  Eventually Chick-fil-a, for all intent and purposed, foolishly acquiesced.

Freedom has never been free.  Millions of men have fought and died, fighting for God given right that man is free from government oppression.  We have come full circle in America.  If we don’t elect people who believe in individual freedom as founded and rid our nation of big government, Socialist loving fascist, we are doomed.

One comment on “Totalitarian Principle: “Everything Not Forbidden Is Compulsory.”

  1. Gunny G
    April 11, 2014

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