A short comment about the above confrontation, h/t Suburban_elk:
… John Dennis, who is apparently Nancy Pelosi’s challenger. He’s got quite a jaw on him, and he stands up for himself. He’s one of those manly high-t boomers we know so much about, and love.
However, he is well matched by the brown, who maybe is Puerto Rican? They are exactly the same size and height. And by my reading, the brown slightly kind of wins the battle of intimidation, or maybe it can be called a draw. But /our guy/ Dennis repeatedly, slightly, averts his eyes and looks down. He doesn’t back up; but Dennis showed some fear by looking down —
John Dennis was picking up trash in San Francisco as part of his political campaign. That’s according to the comments under the tweet. His antifa-antagonist says: “I want you dead,” “You’re a piece of shit,” and “You’re a racist.” And twice, he makes a specific threat of violence. John Dennis came away from the confrontation looking good, under the circumstances. As a measuring stick, how would Trump have spoken?
Dennis’s hands were tied by the narrow range of politically acceptable conduct, at least by conventional thinking. Applied unconventional thinking is for someone with Trump’s charisma, a rare thing. And absent charisma, for someone with purity of heart, purity of conviction. A saint perhaps, or a patriot who accepts martyrdom like the twelve executioners of Franz Kutschera, whose hearts were made pure by the events of open war.
John Dennis likely lacks Trump’s gift or a martyr’s purity. As do most people. This isn’t a criticism of the righteous boomer, it’s an analysis of contemporary circumstances. The antifa-antagonist was not going to be won-over with kindness. His side’s hatred of Whites and lust for our enslavement is free and primitive. John Dennis’s hatred of Third-World invaders, speaking of him as a symbol of the cause of Western nationalism not him as the individual, is deeply sublimated. That’s the situation at the present time.