Saturday, February 18, 2017

Nicholas Stix counterpunches a glibertarian law professor

There are plenty of right-thinking people out there who have criticisms of Trump. Well and good. I might even come up with a few myself, though I'm reluctant to, because every time it looks like Trump has screwed up, it turn out that it was all part of a deeper, cunning plan, and he comes out on top once again.

But nobody in the right-thinking group is calling on Trump to resign. No, that's the province of the enemy, who is panicking at the realization that Trump might not only slow or stop the American left (liberal and neocon) from its march through the institutions, but maybe even actually reverse it. Horrors!

So to hell with those people. They are, make no mistake about it, our enemies and the enemies of America. They desire our destruction — the destruction of our nation, our institutions, and our very bloodline.

Nichola Stix writes about one such scumbag, whom he calls a 'glibertarian,' a very appropriate term, at his site here [link]:

Glibertarian Law Professor Richard Epstein Supports Putsch Against the President, and Calls on President Trump to Resign; I Call on Epstein to Resign!

[Re: “Glibertarian Law Professor Richard Epstein Calls on President Trump to Resign!”]

By Nicholas Stix

On February 13, law professor Richard Epstein called on President Trump to resign. Epstein asserts that,
The nearly four weeks since President Donald Trump’s inauguration have been the most divisive period of American politics since the end of the Second World War. The sharp lines that everyone is drawing in the sand pose a serious threat to the United States. On the one side stand many conservatives and populists who are rejoicing in the Trump victory as the salvation of a nation in decline. On other side sit the committed progressives who are still smarting from an election in which they were trounced in the electoral college, even as Hillary Clinton garnered a clear majority of the popular vote.

[Epstein neglected to mention the Republican Never-Trumpers, to whom he seems to belong.]

As a classical liberal who did not vote for either candidate, I stand in opposition to both groups. And after assessing Trump’s performance during the first month of his presidency, I think it is clear that he ought to resign.
Richard Epstein identifies himself as a “classical liberal.” If only.

Epstein is what I call a glibertarian. He adopts some libertarian (aka classical liberal) positions, while opposing others, based on political correctness.

Race is central to what is wrong, cowardly, and vicious about Epstein.

A true classical liberal/libertarian (CL/L) would be adamantly opposed to all civil rights laws. CL/Ls demand a minimalist state; civil rights laws create a totalitarian state. Epstein supports civil rights laws. I believe that he does this out of the same sort of cowardice that has Ron and Rand Paul claim to be libertarians, while sucking up to black supremacists, even though Epstein has enjoyed lifetime tenure for most of his adult life!
In a similar vein, unconstitutional and illegal affirmative action costs productive citizens (almost all of whom are white) between $700 billion and $1 trillion per year, but you won’t hear Epstein or the Pauls call for its abolition.

The same political correctness has Epstein call on President Trump to resign, while never, to my knowledge having called on his predecessor, the most racist, criminal, and vicious president in American history, to resign. The reason: Again, racial cowardice.

While Richard Epstein, now 76, spent much of his career as a law professor at the University of Chicago Law School, and presently has a sinecure at NYU Law School, he has never taught at the University of Mars Law School. Thus, like everyone else on Earth, he knows that the chaos of the first weeks of the Trump Administration is not of the President’s doing, but of those forces who are undertaking a putsch in progress: The DPUSA, including the John Doe calling himself “Barack Obama,” the leftwing MSM, and seditious moneybags like communist George Soros; some members of the rightwing MSM, e.g., Bill Kristol; the judiciary; the intelligence services (FBI, NSA, etc.), and some Never-Trump GOP pols like John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and former president George W. Bush; and to the degree that they do not belong to the groups cited above, the “deep state.”)

The putsch is an extended version of the conspiracies that sought to deny the President the Republican nomination, and then the White House.
Read the rest here:
Quibcags: Number one is illustrated by an Andy Jackson drawing I found on the net. Saluting him is the USA female mascot from Hetalia: Axis Powers (Axis Powers ヘタリア). The second is illustrated by an anime version of Alice I found somewhere on the net. She and her environment there represent the "nonsense" in the quote. The third, illustrated by Ryoga and Ukyo from Ranma ½ (らんま½), who are definitely not getting alone, even if they are both Japanese, reminds us that different kinds of people mostly don't, alas, get along, despite the blather of the "open borders" bluepillers. And the fourth is a good description of leftists in general, illustrated by a neat picture I found on the net. The last, right here, is illustrated by Kagura of Gin Tama (銀魂 Gintama, lit. "Silver Soul") with her umbrella (get it?), and explains "bluepiller." If you don't get "bluepiller," go here:

1 comment:

  1. 'Bluepillers' indeed. How about something more accurate, like JEWS?