...people like the Tinley Park attackers, who committed their crimes out of motives of 'anti-racism' and 'anti-fascism.'
Odd, isn't it, that people who described themselves, from what I've read, as 'dogmatic pacifists' would attack strangers with hammers and batons. Odd that these attackers come from 'white bread' towns in the heartland of the USA. These young men came from small towns in Indiana whose demographics are more representative of 'vanishing America' than of the Diversi-dystopia that has replaced it.
It would appear that in order to develop realistic attitudes, one has to live in a realistic environment, not a 'diversity-starved' area where people might just believe that the media propaganda they see every day is ''reality''. Ignorance does not always mean bliss.
I read on one blog -- whose name I don't recall, as I read a number of sources earlier -- that these brothers have a diversity-enriched family, however, which apparently set them off on their crusade against 'racism' and fascism. This is one element of outmarriage/miscegenation that is often not taken as seriously as it ought to be: it divides families, or if not, it sets the family, oftentimes, against the community if the community or extended clan. It creates a chip-on-the-shoulder attitude regarding racial identity and destroys cohesion. I've seen it happen in certain families.
And leftists, above all, are people who have grievances against the majority, against 'average' people, normal people, and against conventional society, which today is a sort of holdout (at least in small, heartland American towns) against the kumbaya, politically correct neverland in which lefties dwell.
Oddly enough, too, most leftists with a utopian bent (dreaming of a world like that of John Lennon's ''Imagine'', are such bitter, angry, resentful, hostile people, with grudges against everybody who does not share their cracked vision of what the world ought to be.
So these creatures are charged with serious crimes, but will they be judged justly, or will they get a wrist-slap, a light sentence -- if any?
Read the comments on the Sun-Times article, and you will see some people who think that the victims of the attack got what was coming to them, and that the attackers were doing a good deed for 'society.' There are some warped individuals out there.
But there are also some who see things as they are. And it should be obvious to everyone that those who turn on their own people, or who collude with 'others' against their own, are the lowest of the low.