The Liberal Victim Mentality Explained

I was perusing the excellent site Liberty Pundits when I came across this enlightening  post from Clyde Middleton on   Robin of Berkeley’s analysis of the  liberal victim mentality.  A writer for another one of my favorite sites, American Thinker, the self-described “recovering liberal” has firsthand experience with the twisted lefty worldview. An  excerpt:

The left divides the world into good and bad victims.  People who are viewed as part of an aggrieved group are “good victims.”  Those who suffer at the hands of  these protected groups are not afforded this same status.  In fact, “bad victims,” like the middle school teacher, as well as me, are made to feel responsible for being assaulted.  Good victims are showered with attention because they reinforce the leftist party line.

The left needs to control popular opinion by censoring information that’s unflattering to its cause.  If the populace were fully informed about leftist violence, there would be a mass stampede rightward.  New Black Panther leader King Samir Shabazz railing about murdering “crackers” and their babies isn’t exactly the best PR for the progressives.

But there’s an even more disturbing reason why so many hardcore leftists divide the world into good and bad victims.  It is because many of them don’t care about human beings.

Head on over to American Thinker to read the entire thing. It’s well worth the time. And as Clyde notes  “be prepared to fight the urge to smack some sense into a liberal”. If only it were that easy.

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About Diva Daria

Diva Daria was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in the nearby suburb of Media. The youngest of five children in a close-knit family, she earned a B.A. in English from Villanova University before relocating to South Florida at age 27. A passionate wordsmith from a very early age, her professional experience includes copywriting, website content, e-proposal and RFP writing, blogging, book editing and social media marketing. Her first novel, Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal, was released in September of 2008; she is hard at work on a sequel, Sea to Shining Sea. Daria has appeared on numerous internet talk radio programs on BTR, including The Neidner Show, Blurb! Talk Radio, Red State Town Hall, Patriot Action Live, The Catholic Revolver and Young Gun Conservative. After a stint as Premo Mondone's co-host on Red State Talk Radio, she began co-hosting Conservative Republican Forum with local friend and activist Steven Rosenblum in May, 2009, where she remained for four years. In 2013, Daria founded the Writestream Radio Network and co-founded the We Built That Network with Zook Zangsten. When not on the air or blogging, Daria ghostwrites books and provides social media marketing services for a variety of clients.
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