Of Pyrrhic Victories (or why you shouldn’t think with your genitals)


In California, America’s homosexual community has shown beyond any reasonable doubt that they are nothing more than jack booted Nazi’s acting in the most narcissistic self indulgent fashion imaginable. Their capacity for cognizant rational thought obviously is incapable of reaching beyond the end of their own genitals. Displaying a “The end justifies the means” lust for satisfying their own desires, they have engaged in a scorched earth policy against the citizens of both California and the entire rest of the United States of America.

Rather than recognizing federal judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling as the clear and indisputable usurpation of California’s State Constitution (Walker should have recused himself from hearing the case due to his being a individual who would personally benefit from his ruling), they heralded it as a triumph for Homosexual rights. The simple and indisputable truth is that it could not be further from being the emancipation they dream of. Rather instead, it set the legal precedent wherein the citizens, aka the people of the State of California, as well as those of all 49 other states have now become subject to the tyranny of the minority.

The real world effect of Judge Walker’s ruling is to strip the people of each state of the right to amend their state constitutions to reflect the will of the majority of the states legal residents. In other-words, to make their states constitutions null and void, thus placing the citizens of those states under the rule as subject, rather than citizens, of whomever the current state administration happens to be. This is nothing short of tyranny of the minority, and should be considered both an abomination and intolerable to every Citizen of the United States of America.

Showing themselves to be moral cowards, Justice Roberts SCOTUS decided that those attempting to oppose Judge Walker’s usurpation of California’s State Constitution did not have legal standing, thus placing yet another layer of cement upon the tyranny of the minority Judge Walker set in place. Their decision effectively means that any time a state passes an amendment to their constitution that amendment only stands if the states governor and or attorney general defend that amendment in court. Any time that any group decides to challenge a majority approved amendment that amendment becomes subject to repeal if the current governor and states attorney general do not agree with that amendment.

The homosexual community do not give a damned what the long term consequences of their Pyrrhic victory are, because they are constitutionally incapable of thinking beyond their own personal self gratification. Thinking with their self aggrandizing narcissistic genitals they have not bothered to consider the future ramifications of their actions. They have made the seriously flawed assumption that America’s current liberal leftest political climate is permanent and that the propaganda that has placed an apparent acceptance of their lifestyle is equally permanent.

Should the nightmare haunting the waking hours of America’s conservative and Libertarians come to pass, (that of a complete economic collapse) occur, it would be difficult if not outright impossible to envision that liberal leftest political climate surviving, not to mention what the push-back against those who instigated that climate would be. Needless to say, if history is our guide, that push-back would be neither pretty nor desirable to those supporting that liberal leftest agenda.

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
C. S. Lewis

In robbing the people of their right to self determination both the SCOTUS and the homosexual community have placed the citizens of California and the United States of America under the very tyranny that CS Lewis spoke of. The tyranny of the liberal leftest minority moral busybodies who suffer under the delusion that the forceful infliction of their morals and ethics or more accurately, the complete and total lack thereof, constitute what is best for the America people.

Pyrrhic victory

A Pyrrhic victory is a victory with such a devastating cost that it carries the implication that another such victory will ultimately lead to defeat. Someone who wins a Pyrrhic victory has been victorious in some way; however, the heavy toll negates any sense of achievement or profit. A “Pyrrhic victory” can also mean a false or temporary victory where a win entails a loss subsequently or in the bigger picture.
Etymology

The phrase Pyrrhic victory is named after Greek King Pyrrhus of Epirus, whose army suffered irreplaceable casualties in defeating the Romans at Heraclea in 280 BC and Asculum in 279 BC during the Pyrrhic War. After the latter battle, Plutarch relates in a report by Dionysius:

The armies separated; and, it is said, Pyrrhus replied to one that gave him joy of his victory that one more such victory would utterly undo him. For he had lost a great part of the forces he brought with him, and almost all his particular friends and principal commanders; there were no others there to make recruits, and he found the confederates in Italy backward. On the other hand, as from a fountain continually flowing out of the city, the Roman camp was quickly and plentifully filled up with fresh men, not at all abating in courage for the loss they sustained, but even from their very anger gaining new force and resolution to go on with the war.
—Plutarch, [1]

In both of Pyrrhus’s victories, the Romans suffered greater casualties than Pyrrhus did; however, the Romans had a much larger supply of men from which to draw soldiers, so their casualties did less damage to their war effort than Pyrrhus’s casualties did to his.

The report is often quoted as “Another such victory and I come back to Epirus alone”,[2] or “If we are victorious in one more battle with the Romans, we shall be utterly ruined.”[3]

The term is used as an analogy in fields such as business, politics, and sports to describe struggles that end up ruining the victor. Theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, for example, commented on the necessity of coercion in preserving the course of justice by warning, “Moral reason must learn how to make coercion its ally without running the risk of a Pyrrhic victory in which the ally exploits and negates the triumph.”[4] Also, in Beauharnais v. Illinois, a 1952 U.S. Supreme Court decision involving a charge proscribing group libel, Justice Hugo Black alluded to the Pyrrhic War in his dissent: “If minority groups hail this holding as their victory, they might consider the possible relevancy of this ancient remark: ‘Another such victory and I am undone.'”[5]

California’s Homosexual community, aided and abetted by America’s homosexual community, (at 1.2 percent of America’s population a minority by anyone’s standards) has chosen the path of becoming CS Lewis moral tyrants, dictating to the entire rest of society what societies moral and ethical standards should be. Choosing the ideology that “The end justifies the means” in doing so giving no consideration to the future consequences of their actions. They are no more than spoiled children thinking with their genitals and caring only that they get what they want with no regard for anyone else or what the consequences of their desires might be. They have opened a door which shall not easily be closed again, a door through which a far more oppressive tyranny now has free and easy access to pass. The people of the United States of America are no longer a free and sovereign people, but now subjects of CS Lewis moral tyrants.

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