In Respect to Tyranny: Beaufort County Commissioners Fail to Take Action by a 3 to 3 Split Vote on this Important Resolution(commented on January 13th, 2021 @ 8:10 pm)
Why don't they see it? Because they're afraid of it. Why are they afraid of it? Any one of a number of reasons why they're afraid of it. For starters, it takes control away from them and their party. Two, it takes 'outside the box' thinking. Three, it follows a very old, and revolutionary, principle. And unless it's their OWN revolution, they don't want any part of it. Four, it's 'history' and I'll lay odds they've never heard of it before. You think they're students of history? Hah! They take their marching orders from someone higher up the party cannibal list.
Now, having pointed out that it's history, the ironic part here is that Lenin and the early soviet party adopted many parts of the French Revolution as their inspiration and guide. I have even read there was once a statue of Robespierre in Moscow!
You want to hear something else even more ridiculous? After the 1979 storming of the American embassy in Teheran by the bloodthirsty fanatics of the Iranian Revolutionary Party, at least one of the murderers confessed that he was confused as to why American students didn't champion their cause as a blow for freedom. A strike at the imperialist, capitalist oppressors of the great American Satan! And he said this even as the revolutionaries were murdering their own women who fell in love with American dogs from the West!! Which brings me to one final irony.
The American left, which seems joined at the hip and thigh with 'gender fluidity', homosexuality, child molestation and pornography, and 'femi-Nazism', would likely be in shock and awe if they really understood how oppressive and repressive the enemies of Western culture are. They're totally blind to the oppressive nature of their own 'roots' and cultural heroes. But such are the results of 'social promotion.'
In Respect to Tyranny: Beaufort County Commissioners Fail to Take Action by a 3 to 3 Split Vote on this Important Resolution(commented on January 13th, 2021 @ 1:42 pm)
I see the Commissioners have failed to support the resolution for the State Legislature to self-convene by means of a simple majority vote. Perhaps someone should remind the legislators, (and certainly should have pointed this out to Georgia's state legislators,) of the Tennis Court Oath of June 20, 1789. There and at that time, the Third Estate of the National Assembly of France called themselves into a session on one of King Louis XVI's tennis courts. They refused to leave or disband until they had passed a resolution to stick together and gain certain concessions from the King. Perhaps a state legislature anywhere in what is left of the United States should have considered some of the same actions. Perhaps they will in the future.