Posted by: Dr. Grover B. Proctor, Jr. | 15 June 2017

Tweet: ‘Kill Republicans’ & ‘Abort Christ’

As if the Berkeley riots, and other Antifa violence, were not enough. And as if the message of a publicly funded (by the city and state of New York) musical (!!) called Killing Republicans were not splashed on playbills all over NYC. (Where, you might ask, was this “rock opera” staged? Why, at the Shooting Gallery Arts Annex, of course. You can’t make this stuff up.)

Lars MaischakIt seems as if a California university teacher’s call for the Killing of Republicans may have been heard and acted upon. (Thank God that, as yet, there are no innocent fatalities from the Arlington shooting — but not for lack of trying.)

The tweets that featured the grinning face of Fresno State’s lecturer Lars Maischak (until they were deleted) have given him the 15 minutes of fame he seems to have sought. Try these on for size:

  • “To save American democracy, Trump must hang. The sooner and the higher, the better.”
  • “Has anyone started soliciting money and design drafts for a monument honoring the Trump assassin, yet?”
  • “Justice = the execution of two Republicans for each deported immigrant.”
  • “When California secedes, you Fascist Trump-voting white trash scum can wallow in your filthy hell-holes of flyover states. Enjoy.”
  • “A democracy must not be tolerant of those who want to abolish democracy. It must vigorously defend itself. Ban the GOP.”
  • “Given the nature of his [Trump’s] regime, he will be held accountable for his crimes in a court, and historical precedent suggests that a death sentence is inevitable, if democracy prevails.”

And finally, there’s this malignantly vulgar one:

  • “If only Mary had had an abortion! We would have been spared this Clerical-Fascist crap. HisGlory, my ass!”

Lars Maischak quote

The Arlington gunman was solely responsible for his own actions. Period. Full stop.

No government-funded “rock opera,” no HuffPost screed, no politician, no ultra-left militia group, no cable news talking head, no Hollywood starlet — not even comrade Lars Maischak himself, urging on the Revolution from his safe position behind his computer screen — none of these bears responsibility for the 50+ rounds fired at Congressional Republicans.

But one cannot help wondering, what was the cocktail of violence-infused philosophical pabulum that justified to him this particular exercise of his free will?

Lecturer Maischak, of course, has every God-given right to his own opinion about anything, including Christianity. But as a matter of correcting error, I would suggest that, given his fixation with the execution of President Trump and his wished-for in utero killing of Christ, he might be shaking his own impotent finger in the wrong direction.

After all, it wasn’t Marx, or Hegel, or Lenin, or Stalin, or Mao, or Bill Ayers, or Hillary Clinton that gave us the universal antidote to this philosophical fantasy of death — it was that singular revolutionary document called The Bible. I would be so bold as to suggest that if the Arlington gunman’s philosophy were based on THIS, Congressman Scalise would be back at baseball practice today.

Please read and emulate, lecturer Maischak:

“You have heard that it was said, Love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.”
(Matthew 5:43-44)

“Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable — if there is any moral excellence and if there is any praise — dwell on these things.”
(Phililppians 4:8)

“Remind them to be submissive to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready for every good work, to speak evil of no one, to avoid quarreling, to be gentle, and to show perfect courtesy toward all people. For we ourselves were once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures, passing our days in malice and envy, hated by others and hating one another.”
(Titus 3:1-3)


Killing Republicans: The Musical





  1. I keep thinking about mob mentality in all this. I found this study and think it applies to our current situation. While the “mob” is not physically in the same place, I think the craziness is caught from hearing what others say and do.

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