The way to stop bullies is to stop them
Due to things I’ve witnessed & death threats I’ve received, one cause I believe in is stopping bullies.
Andrew Breitbart (rest his soul) and Michelle Malkin both taught me to publish my hate mail. Most of my hate mail comes from either Islamists or leftists. I publish the names because I do not believe people should hide behind anonymous identities when terrorizing people.
Bullying comes in many different forms. This past weekend I saw 2 cases of it.
1) A female Rabbi dedicated her sermon to leftist politics in a place that should have been solely for Judaism.
I decided to call out the Rabbi by name not to hurt her, but to get her to realize how much hurt she inflicted on others.
2) A woman broke a date with me and then sent me vicious messages that were solely designed to try and humiliate me.
At first I would have left her name out of it. However, she sent repeated texts bragging about her sex life and attacking my male appendage.
I warned her that if she did not stop, I would cut and paste her remarks. She persisted. I cut and pasted her remarks.
I don’t like these kinds of conflicts, but the way to stop a bully is to stop them. There is no other way.
If somebody does not tell the Rabbi to stop abusing her pulpit, she will keep doing so. If somebody does not shame this other girl into not sending abusive and humiliating texts, she will keep doing so.
I wish we lived in a world where people did not treat people badly simply because of ideology, religion, race, gender, etc. However, bullies do what they do because they feel like it. Anything other than overwhelming force just invites more bullying.
Settling a conflict peacefully is not possible when the aggressor sees kindness as weakness. This is especially true of Islamists and leftists.
I hope that we can end bullying once and for all. Barring that, if you try to hurt me, I will hit back many times as hard.
If any of you have a problem with this, that is on you. I will never accept bullying. Not now. Not ever.
I look forward to Monday, which will hopefully be a day of peace.