I Grow Weary of All the Hypocrisy

Do you know what hypocrisy is? Hypocrisy is defined as the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one’s own behavior does not conform. Hypocrisy comes in many shapes, sizes, and it often disguises itself under the titles of double-standards, selective outrage, lack of intellectual integrity, political correctness, and an aversion to facts.

Hypocrisy is saying you believe in freedom of speech, then turning around and denying someone the right to speak their mind because their words or ideas offend you.

Hypocrisy is forcing someone to provide a service for someone that violates their religious beliefs, then turning around and saying someone else of a differing belief does not have to do something which violates their religious beliefs.

Hypocrisy is saying the death penalty is cruel and unusual punishment, but abortions aren’t.
Hypocrisy is saying that requiring the recipients of social service benefits pass a drug test prior to receiving those benefits is a violation of their civil liberties, but saying that those whose tax dollars fund those same programs pass a drug test before they are allowed to work is perfectly acceptable.

Hypocrisy is saying that you believe illegal aliens should be allowed to remain in our country, but then you call the cops the moment someone breaks into your home.

Hypocrisy is saying that you believe in equality for women, but then when a gets the same job as a man they are not expected to perform at the same level.

Hypocrisy is calling yourself a conservative, yet the things you support in a candidate don’t even come close to being what the Constitution authorizes government to do.

Hypocrisy is crying foul when some other country allegedly interferes with a U.S. presidential election, but then says no harm, no foul when the U.S. orchestrates a coup in another foreign country to install some puppet leader who is friendly to US business interests.

Hypocrisy is saying you stand up for freedom, but then do or say nothing when a whistleblower like Edward Snowden risks his life and freedom to give you proof that your government is guilty of violating your freedom to privacy.

Hypocrisy is crying when one political party does things which you say violate the Constitution, but then remain silent when members of your party are guilty of the same crimes.

Hypocrisy is saying an American citizen does not need weapons of war such as automatic rifles to protect themselves from the tyranny of their own government, but then support their government giving those same type weapons to freedom fighters in other countries.

Hypocrisy is saying that it is okay to beat, or pepper spray the supporters of one issue, then when it happens to someone who supports a cause you believe in it is a hate crime.

Hypocrisy is saying you can have pride for your race, or heritage, but when white people attempt to express pride in their race or heritage it is racism.

I see a lot of hypocrisy, be it disguised as political correctness, double-standards, or selective outrage; and quite frankly, I’m getting sick and tired of it. Ya’ll sound like a bunch of mewling quims when I try to shed light upon it, and that upsets me even more.

What the hell has happened to America when an open discussion of the facts cannot take place without one side trying to shut the other down simply because the ideas being expressed offend the other?

Honestly, if free speech upsets people so much then maybe it is time to admit that freedom has died and we live in a real life version of George Orwell’s 1984 where our thoughts and beliefs are provided for us by a benevolent Big Brother.

Otherwise grow the hell up; and you can begin by turning your keen eye as to the faults of others inwards, and look to see if there is any hypocrisy dwelling in YOU.

March 11, 2017

~ The Author ~
Neal Ross, Student of history, politics, patriot and staunch supporter of the 2nd Amendment. Send all comments to: bonsai@syix.com.

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5 thoughts on “I Grow Weary of All the Hypocrisy

  1. John Slagle

    Many Thanks, Neal, great way to start the day. Hypocrisy to me also includes “Gun Free Zones” and the people that believe a sign on a Mall will deter acts of violence and prevent armed criminals from committing homicidal acts on innocent victims. Similar to thousands of citizens with CCW permits and yearly range training here in the midwest, I never leave home without my firearm and extra ammo . A petition drive recently signed will hopefully end another adventure into political correctness involving second amendment rights. Neal, you nailed the sentiments of the majority with a list that will continue to grow. I can’t imagine the problems law abiding gun owners face in California when organized armed “gang members” in Sanctuary city L.A. have a free pass while state restrictions are placed on citizens. Another hypocrisy is Chicago, and St. Louis with similar gang protection, yet strict gun control for every one else outside the “hood”.

    Dear Patriot,

    Thank you for signing your petition calling on the legislature to end so-called “Gun Free Zones.”

    “Gun Free Zones” protect one classification of people – armed gunmen bent on racking up a body count!

    We’ve seen this time and time again: the church in South Carolina, the military recruiting station in Tennessee, the movie theater in Colorado, the nightclub in Florida — all of these shootings took place in an area where law abiding citizens were banned from carrying a firearm for self-defense.

    So called “Gun Free Zones” are nothing but “Criminal Safety Zones” where violent thugs — or radical terror extremists — never have to worry about running across someone who can defend themselves; and

    Whereas: The right to keep and bear arms is protected by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which clearly states “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed;” and

    Whereas: So called “Gun Free Zones” do not and can not prevent criminals or the mentally ill from committing acts of violence, they only prevent victims and law-abiding citizens from protecting themselves and defending others.

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  2. Mark

    Every time I see a NO GUN sign and I have a choice to go to another competing business…I walk in and find a manager and tell him or her they just lost my business, AND WHY.

    Then I go into the competitor and tell them I am spending my money there, AND WHY.

    Vote with your feet & dollars and TELL THEM WHY!!!

    Amazing how that goes in shrinking blue bubbles in red states.

    If I have to go in…I ignore their their sign knowing – If forced – I will deal with their door sticker…after I shoot the threat that would have killed me or those around me.

    I’d rather be arrested then buried. I’m leaving my judgement to Christ…not a stupid law enforced by a door sticker???

    The former is temporary PC idiocy…the latter permanent.

    I’ll take common sense Constitutional self-defense and worry about the fallout later.

    Plus, I’m one of the wrong guy to jack with….we are a minority but we are everywhere.

    Unless you follow the stupid defenseless door stickers….

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  3. John Slagle

    Mark and Neal, Hipocracy at it’s best also includes many crooks in public office state to state.

    Taking payoffs, breaking the law and pushing through unconstitutional legislation as special favors to corporate interests has long been a fact of life for elected U.S. Congressmen as well as Senators. Hipocracy also knows no bounds with Federal State Judges, political appointees who do not follow the Constitution or laws but make decisons based entirely on personal political beliefs similar to Obama’s minions in the 9th circuit court as well as Hawaii. Similar to all U.S. Attorney’s nationwide, they should be fired and replaced. The SWAMP should be drained not only in D.C. but state to state…

    List of American federal politicians convicted of crimes – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_federal_politicians_convicted_of_crimes

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    List of federal political scandals in the United States – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_federal_political_scandals_in_the_United_States

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  4. A Reader

    Excellent, except one minor point.

    There is no symmetry between the two parties involved in this realistically painted scheme of hypocrisy. The Democrats intimidate, attack, lie, and oppress those they disagree with while the Republicans mostly bitch in trenches.

    It’s time for the Right to adopt the tactics of the Left while resisting the “Liberal” dangerous idiocy.

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  5. John Slagle

    The F.B.I. once considered an “untouchable “law enforcement agency has proven hypocrisy is also alive and well in D.C. with memories of J. E. Hoover and his political enemies list.

    Mere days before Gen. Michael Flynn was sacked as national security advisor, FBI
    Deputy Director Andrew McCabe gathered more than a dozen of his top FBI
    disciples to plot how to ruin Flynn’s aspiring political career and manufacture
    evidence to derail President Donald Trump, according to FBI sources.

    EXCLUSIVE: FBI’s Own Political Terror Plot; Deputy Director and FBI Brass
    Secretly Conspired to Wage Coup Against Flynn & Trump

    http://truepundit.com/exclusive-fbis-own-political-terror-plot-deputy-director-a
    nd-fbi-brass-secretly-conspired-to-wage-coup-against-flynn-trump-2/

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