The Fear Culture

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With the rise of ISIS/ISIL, al Qaeda before them and going back centuries to Muhammed himself; fear, rape, slavery and terrorism have been at the forefront of the growth and expansion of Islam. Yet within that juggernaut of fear there is a tiny morsel of the original “religion of peace” that is incessantly repeated, as if it were a mantra or incantation that excuses (ignores) the atrocities. The same is true for the modern day progressives/liberals/leftists, minus the overtly bloody atrocities.

The liberal/leftist is, in my opinion, even MORE dangerous than the Islamist cutting off heads, because they couch their atrocities in feel-good rhetoric. While Islam is an obvious known threat (“convert or die”), liberal/leftists operate in the Brutus/Judas tradition, claiming to have your back while slowly sliding the knife between your ribs from behind; “Et tu, Brute?” – Julius Caesar.

Baseless charge, you say? Inflammatory rhetoric? Shall we examine the evidence?

A Rational Study of Radical Islam:

Why We Are Afraid, A 1400 Year Secret:

Who Are the Racists: Conservatives or Liberals?

Dana Loesch on John Crawford, Culture of Fear and Uncomfortable Truths:

In the current election cycle: Mysterious Pro-Hagan Flyer With Lynching Pic Circulates In N.C. (PHOTO)

Shall we get into the hysterics, gnashing of teeth and rending of garments that occurs whenever there is a senseless act of violence involving a gun? Correction: An act of violence that fits into their false narrative and is suitably inflammatory, ie. Columbine, VA Tech or Sandy Hook. Other acts of violence like the daily gang violence in cities like Chicago, Detroit, New York and L.A. (with draconian gun laws) never seem to hit their radar, because there is no “sympathetic victim” that they can exploit for their fear-mongering.

The recent Ebola hysteria is another fine example that, as usual, was much ado about nothing like swine flu, avian flu and every other pandemic panic in recent memory. However, those scare tactics, along with all the others, have allowed them to spend more money, gain more control over our lives and tighten their grip on the American psyche. They shroud it in expressions of concern for “safety”, “for the children”, for “social justice” and “equality”. Like the “religion of peace”, their “good intentions” are touted as absolution for their sins against society. Yet, their insurrection of the American way continues.

Global warming/climate change, war on women, racism, sexism, ageism, homophobia, bigotry, xenophobia… “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” – Rahm Emanuel. Like subvert the Constitution, indoctrinate the masses and grab more power.

Fear has been bred into humanity over centuries. Entire civilizations have been lost in order to propagate that fear. Ironically, it is those of us who take personal responsibility, own firearms, prepare for the unexpected and speak out against the fear-mongers who are accused of being afraid. You own guns? What are you afraid of? NOTHING is the answer, by the way. You prep? You home-school your kids? You speak out against the government? WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF? Again, the answer is Nothing!

Actually, that’s not true. We do fear something. We fear that the apathy, complacency, dependency and fear that is so woven into our society will eventually destroy it as it has so many civilizations before us. So, we prepare for it, work to avoid it and pray that we are successful and that day never comes. However, to correct a problem, we must first identify it. FEAR!


Jon Britton aka DoubleTap is Chief Operating Officer of CDH, Inc., a regular contributing author and regularly involved in most aspects of their social media. “Writing was never a goal or even vaguely contemplated as a career choice, it just happened, an accidental discovery of a talent and a passion.” A passion that has taken him in many directions from explorations of the zombie subculture and zombie stories to political advocacy. Joining the U.S. Air Force right out of high school, Jon had the opportunity to experience many different parts of the world and different cultures. His post military career path, both white collar and blue collar, allowed him to work alongside both CEOs and average Joes. As a founding member Cold Dead Hands his study of human nature and writing ability found a purpose. His zombie roots provided a variety of issues from prepping to human behavior under crisis to firearms that he applies to his advocacy for gun rights. A ravenous appetite for the study of history combined with his current events political junkie addiction led to him writing an e-book Gun Sense: Past, Present and Future.

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