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❌Agent156❌ @TheReal156
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#WalkAwayCampaign My #WalkAway journey began after hours of marching & standing in the hot sun at an "Idle No More" rally listening to one vile, vicious diatribe after another against "white people". At least 70% of us there were white....
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We were there in "solidarity." We cared about their issues, their concerns, their injustices, real or perceived. We were there to show we cared and that they mattered to us. Yet diatribe after diatribe of racist hate against "white people" over the loudspeaker, ensued.
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I stood there with my jaw on the ground. I could not believe it. There were white people in that crowd who marched for Trayvon and BLM, who stood against police brutality, who had "occupied" in 2011-2012. Did these speakers not see the sea of white faces standing WITH them?
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That was in 2013. Over the next 2 years I started seeing how insane the Left and the whole "social justice" (so-called) movement had become. Whether it involved race, gender, orientation, etc. it had ceased being a legitimate call for equality and inclusion ...
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... and become an all-out demand to take over. It wasn't enough to "have a place at the table" anymore; now everyone else had to give up OUR place.
It had turned ugly; become monstrous, freakish, and bizarrely (and suffocatingly) totalitarian in its demands on everyone else.
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The Left and the whole "sjw" business became first what I called "peace bullies" (bullying in the name of "tolerance") and then outright bullies for total dominance and control and the silencing of anyone who disagreed with them.
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In 2014 I formally declared "Lo-ammi, Lo-ruhamah" on the Left. Meaning, "not my people, and not forgiven." I walked away and never looked back. By fall of 2015 I was working on a Senate campaign in another state for a right-leaning Libertarian candidate ...
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By 2016 I was voting for Trump. At the end of 2016 I got completely "red pilled" and found out nearly everything I thought I'd known about the world for half a century was wrong. A long, hard season of self-examination ensued for me as well.
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I spent the better part of 2017 taking a good, hard look at my life and values, at what I personally had done to contribute to "screwing up the world" and sending it into the chaos we now find it in politically and socially. I looked at the mess my influence had wrought.
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While not religious in nature, it was a genuine "repentance" of sorts ... a very hard and sincere one. There were times I cried my eyes out coming to grips with myself over everything, having to own my part in it, to see the effect my will & influence had on the world.
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I may seem like a random stranger to you, but I know what I've done, what I have caused. I know what bears my "signature": what came from me. I had to look hard at the results and realize that was MY responsibility. *I* did that--or at least contributed to it.
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You don't have to be famous or a public figure to realize that. You see it when you look hard inside yourself. You see it mirrored out on the world around you and recognize the unmistakable impress only you could have caused. Well, if you're me you do, at least! 😂😘
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So now here I am in 2018 doing whatever I can, online and off, to improve my own life according to time-tested values, common sense, reason, rational thought, and right-leaning political and social wisdom.
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If there is anything I can do to help "wake up" other people to what is going on around us, I will do it. I invite you to join me, and #WalkAway.

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"Agent 156"

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