Monday, February 27, 2017
Would you vote for a malcontent?
A common term we see David Israel espouse is "Malcontent" a term akin to "enemy of the people".
This term automatically makes it unnecessary to prove the errors of anyone engaged in controversy. It makes possible the use of repressive behavior. It makes it difficult to engage in any kind of ideological fight, and even more difficult to make one's views known or accepted, even if those views are of practical nature.
David Israel acts not with cooperation. he acts by the imposition of his ideas, and he demands absolute submission to his opinion. Opposition to his ideas or objection to the correctness of his position leads to removal, or exclusion from his administration, and attempts at moral annihilation.
His endorsement of candidates, whom he favors in the coming election, is an obvious attempt to stack the administration with officers who he believes will submit to his will without objection.
We should ask if this is the way we want our administration to run.