Socialist Destruction Starts with Littering

by Enza Ferreri9/28/14

Today I drove past a small demonstration in front of the University College London in Gower Street.

I didn’t know what it was about, but I saw socialist posters.

The pavement, where no more than a few dozens people were standing, was littered all over with paper.

I was reminded of what Liberty GB leader Paul Weston told me at the English Defence League demonstration of a week ago. He noticed how all the litter from the food and drinks of the 400-500 attendees had been neatly piled up in a corner, in contrast to what happens at events organised by the Left.

In Gower Street I saw a confirmation of that.

It doesn’t surprise me. In fact, this behaviour is very much in accordance with the spirit of Leftists. What moves them is fundamentally destructive.

History has repeatedly shown that whenever socialists and communists have imposed their rule and made societies in their own image, what resulted was destruction, chaos, starvation and mass murder.

Only people motivated by destructive impulses can not be repelled by the ideology that led to it.

EnzaEnza Ferreri is an Italian-born, London-based Philosophy graduate, author, and journalist. She has been a London correspondent for several Italian magazines and newspapers, including Panorama, L’Espresso, La Repubblica. She is in the Executive Council of the UK’s party Liberty GB.

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9 Responses to Socialist Destruction Starts with Littering

  1. Timothy Lane says:

    Liberals judge people based on their views rather than their behavior. So if you’re a supporter of “green” policies, that makes you a good environmentalist — no matter who you do personally. So, not surprisingly, liberal protestors make great messes and seem to lack toilet training. But they do provide temporary jobs cleaning up their messes — the only useful jobs ever provided by liberalism.

  2. Glenn Fairman says:

    It is abstract intent, not real word praxis, that encapsulates the Left’s orthodox virtue. The ideology of a True Believer is paramount, and heresy or hypocrisy are only words, even if they owe their homage to true virtue.

  3. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    Another way to look at it is that the activists on the Left just tend to be uncouth slobs. They are the rabble, the developing mob. The unspoken (and sometimes spoken) agreement is that if they bend their knee to environmental wacko-ism, to the gay mafia, and shout “war on women” on command, they will get their share of the spoils from “the rich.”

    Thus we see our republic, which was always braced against the low-brow impulses of “democracy,” is falling into the hands of Cretans. And those who are best placed to oppose them are too damn “nice” to speak up. And so it goes.

  4. Kung Fu Zu Kung Fu Zu says:

    One wonders how many of these Cretans are simply extending their childhood rebellion against parents who required them to, amongst other things, clean up their rooms.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      It’s an observable fact many liberals have a visceral rejection of authority figures — which makes it peculiar that their political goals would increase the importance of such authority figures. (An interesting example of the reflexive liberal reaction to various groups of people can be found in the movie Starman, which is very entertaining but also a perfect example of political correctness.)

  5. Misanthropette says:

    Contrast that with the Tea Party rallies against passage of Obamacare in Washington, DC on March 20-21, 2010. While the National Capital Police were camped out around the perimeter of the Capitol Building, high powered rifles in hand (yeah, where were THOSE during the OWS riots?) we were picking up not only our trash, but trash others had left!

    • Timothy Lane says:

      This is quite normal; conservatives act properly and judge others accordingly. I had a friend (who died of pancreatic cancer in 1997) who attended Dan’s Bake Sale in 1993, and much the same happened there. Periodically I discover that someone driving on our road (or maybe walking) has a visual defect that causes our yard to look like a garbage can. It wouldn’t surprise me if those people tended to be liberals.

      • Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

        It always amazes me how much garbage is thrown along the sides of nature trails. And we’ll just assume that it is not bubba, his beer can, and his Barcalounger who is frequently these trails.

        Being on the Left, and professing their bumper-sticker beliefs, is like purchasing an Indulgence of old. It’s a license to sin.

        As a conservative, other than apple cores, I do not leave anything out in the woods. Oh, I do piss on a tree now and then.

  6. Ronald Reagan says:

    cool story bro

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