Wednesday, June 17, 2020

My latest column: “Sin Is Personal Before It Is Social Or “Systemic”

Sin is always personal in nature whether or not at some point it also becomes “systemic“.

One would have to be blind or dishonest to deny that George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin. Reaction against the outrage was nearly as universal as it was immediate.

Others are writing very well about the hijacking of this tragic death by Marxist and anarchist revolutionaries to overthrow the hated American system. ”The Issue Is Never the Issue — The Real Issue Is the Revolution” in the June 8, 2020 issue of TFP by James R. Bascom is a good example.

The riots which overwhelmed the many peaceful protesters we now know were opportunistic invasions by revolutionary and terrorist factions such as BLM and antifa.

Police abuse of power does happen as in the case of George Floyd and others. This does not change the fact that there are at the same time many good police officers who should not be “painted with the same brush” as those who break the law.

One of the tactics of the revolution is to go after the “system” and, thus, one of the demands of the revolutionaries is to “defund the police.” If the whole system is corrupt, then throw it out.
Except it isn’t.

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