Pacifism Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s Immoral

NC Renegade – by Wes Rhiner

Pacifism is “the belief that war and violence are unjustifiable and that all disputes should be settled by peaceful means.”

Honourable sentiment.

Pacifists while they may have good intentions, are wrong. 

George Orwell said, “Pacifism is objectively pro-fascist. This is elementary common sense. If you hamper the war effort of one side, you automatically help out that of the other. Nor is there any real way of remaining outside such a war as the present one. In practice, ‘he that is not with me is against me’.”

Read the rest here: https://ncrenegade.com/editorial/pacifism-isnt-just-wrong-its-immoral/

2 thoughts on “Pacifism Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s Immoral

  1. “Illegals and gerrymandering of districts turned the tide. The rural folk can’t outvote the heavily populated areas of the state. Their vote is worthless. If we can’t stand up when it’s easy to stand, what are we going to do when it’s really hard?”

    Truer words have never been spoken!

    Growing up, my mouth has always gotten me in trouble, I cant keep quite when I dont like what I see or hear, many of you are the same, God bless us all!

    Death to the new world order, God bless our hard fought for REPUBLIC!

    Walk strong, talk stronger!

    Really a great article Norm!

  2. Some very good points here. But just wanted to point out that he says that the rural vote is hindered by being outnumbered by more populated areas. He does not say the vote itself is corrupt and also any candidates it presents. That would have shown he’s aware of this falsity.

    The article prompted me to look up “Rule of Law”:

    “Rule of law takes on several meanings. On one hand, it means that no person or government is above the law. In another, it means that no government or its officials can enforce laws that are unfair or unjust.”

    That second definition leaves a lot of room for interpretation as to what is and is not unjust. Is today’s “Rule of Law” really just “Color of Law?”

    And Virginia… Can we not move to exercise our right to bear arms without involving those who trample on that very right? Is not this whole thing really coming down to the basics of “The State vs The Individual?” Why beg them for what is already yours?

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