I’ve gone on before about how the leftists’ long march through various institutions is giving them a lot of power (see, for example, this piece). Sooner or later we’re going to see a ‘pincer movement’. Or a multiple pincer movement, where the police, the media, the civil service, the Home Office, social media, tame corporations, and so on, surround the ‘deviationists’ and hit them hard, leaving no escape route.
(Or perhaps one escape route; some military analysts like Sun Tzu advise this, because if an enemy thinks they’re trapped they may fight harder. But in this case the escape route would simply be to renounce your sins.)
Recent events, such as the harsh jail sentences imposed on Jayda Fransen and Paul Golding, the banning of entry into the UK of Martin Sellner and Brittany Pettibone and now Lauren Southern, while Islamic hate preachers are allowed to come into the country to give lecture tours, the ‘white privilege’ messages which are suddently springing up everywhere, the leftist gangs attacking anti-immigration protestors like Tommy Robinson in public and the police doing absolutelty nothing about it, the Universities collaborating with leftist students to shut down debate, the BBC supressing news of the Islamic rapes in Telford, etc. have had me wondering whether the pincer movement has started.
Of course, there’s no coordination going on here, no Lenin or Trotsky ordering the revolution to begin. It’s just leftists doing what leftists do. More like a distributed intelligence, or self-organising system. Which isn’t to deny that there will be quite a lot of leftists who envisage a decisive pincer movement happening. But they’re not directing things. So there may be no real clear, defined point at which a pincer movement begins. Or there may be endless lots of smaller pincer movements which build in intensity. In reality, that’s the more likely prospect. But at some stage there will be a pincer movement, or numerous pincer movements, that will leave us in deep shit. Or which will cause rioting on the streets.
Things need to be changed, because — despite Brexit — we are being surrounded. And it still sounds silly to say this to most people. But think of it this way. Who would deny that we are less free than we were ten years ago? Who would deny that there are now received opinions, all on the left, that one risks social ostracism to express? Are there not hordes of angry Communists and near-Communists in the UK now, who itch to take power and deal out swift punishments to heretics? And who thinks any of this is going to get better soon? Do you think these people, in their positions of power, are all going to say to themselves tomorrow, “Well, that’s gone far enough, let’s stop it now”? Is that your sense? Or is your sense that they’re going to keep ramping it up for as long as they’re allowed to? And even if you incline to the former, what do you think the younger versions of themselves that they hire in the future are going to be like?
And to think some people feel that we should offer safe haven for white South African farmers. What makes them think that this will be a safe haven for much longer?