Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

Logical argument does not persuade people. We know this from conversations with Liberals in everyday life. They are motivated by rhetorical and emotional appeals.

That’s why this new campaign is so effective.  Somebody borrowed the anti-fascists slogan to use on posters.  The posters have an emotional impact that turns people against the slogan.  “Punch a Nazi” becomes synonymous with domestic abuse.  It makes clear that all people who employ violence are evil-doers.



Joe Doakes

Interesting – just as I opened Joe’s email, I was thinking “perhaps ridicule is the answer to “Anti”-Fa.

But Joe’s right.  It is an ingenious campaign.  Or will be provided that Big Left doesn’t excuse domestic violence “for all the right reasons’ too…

5 thoughts on “Turnabout

  1. Hating people for what they are, and not what they have done, is as old as the Left itself. This “punch a nazi” thing urges violence against anybody, since it is the Left that will decide who is and who is not a nazi.

  2. I take it that the fascist “antifa” movement is only brave enough to punch a woman? That they’re in favor of domestic violence?

    Sounds like wherever they congregate, people need to be filming them.

  3. It’s hard to tell sometimes if leftist women got beat up by their girlfriends the night before, or are sporting cuts and bruises to make a statement in support of the masochist community.

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