First, we need some clarification. Freedom isn't for everyone. Part of the Commy master plan is, after all, the freeing of women:
We have established that many of today’s women are a lot crazier than nature meant them to be, and we are searching for the reason. Our thesis of course is that the disorder is not accidental, that it is the product of a carefully orchestrated plan.
Watch out for those crazy women with their red bandanas. If you do come in contact with them, immediately wash you hands and say some prayers to get rid of the pollution. And if that isn't enough, there's the . . .
Aqua-Chi footbath, which we recommend, because many people say it has helped them detoxify.I don't quite know what to make of these ultra-right wing conspiracy theorists with their aqua-Chi footbaths. In addition to crazy lefty women, Alan warns us away from flouride (actually, he's probably right on that!) and the evils of sustainable development (another vile plan to take away our liberty). Of course, no rightwing intellectual could earn his bona fides solely through attacks on women and sustainable development. At some point, there has to be a racist remark. While most of the Republic Party cadre have, since Nixon, had sense to talk in code when beyond closed doors, Alan is quite open about feelings.
The “Abolitionist” movement that provoked Lincoln’s Communist War to Destroy the Union is a good place to start. At this distance it is easy to see that the “Abolitionists” extruded a species of madness, a fanatic mania personified by lunatics like John Brown, who fastened onto Negro slavery as a vehicle to express it. Had there never been Negro slavery in our country, their madness would have fastened onto something else . . .
John Brown has been called a "fanatic" so many times that we find this "fact" repeated in fairly mainstream histories: There isn't a shred of historical evidence to support it. John Brown was a deeply principled person who was willing to give his life to a noble cause, but according to Stang, this was just someone who didn't have anything to do on the weekend and wanted to jump on the latest political bandwagon (not a very crowded bandwagon). If slavery hadn't been around, John Brown would probably be out campaigning for other frivilous causes such as the emancipation of women or sustainability. (Just thinking about this, I could really use an AquaChi footbath.) Alan adds . . .
I was recently dismayed by the sudden realization that there could be pockets of population, however small, whom I have not yet managed to offend.
I can think of a few pockets . . . racists, religious zealots, conspiracy theorists living in psychiatric wards . . .