"1984" warns about removing statues

"1984" warns about removing statues | The left wants to attack the very legitimacy of America, of which Washington is the real symbol. Going after statues and other cultural icon | image tagged in black background,george orwell,1984,historical statues | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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And most liberals (or rather leftists) views are so warped that they genuinely believe it is conservatives who are using the Orwellian playbook.
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Unbelievable isn't it?
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Well, they often make arguments using two different definitions for the same word in the same sentence.
Example:
"Republicans think gun ownership is a right but healthcare isn't."
But in that sentence, gun rights does not compel a third party to purchase it for them. I am not aware of any situation where a person is being prevented from getting healthcare if they can purchase it for themselves. And gun ownership still has limits (background check, waiting period, ect.) that do not exist for healthcare. When talking about the "right" to healthcare, they are referring to the "right" to force a third party to pay for it. I am not aware of a third party being forced to purchase a gun to support someone's right to bear arms.
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The left wants to attack the very legitimacy of America, of which Washington is the real symbol. Going after statues and other cultural icons is part of Marxist playbook. One of Orwell’s characters warns of how “every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and building has been renamed, every date has been altered.” “And that process is continuing day by day and minute by minute,” adds Orwell’s character. “History has stopped.”; From George Orwell's "1984"
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