Bigotry isn’t Always a Bad Thing

I have a confession to make, dear readers: I am a bigot. That’s right, I am obstinately devoted to my opinions and prejudices and I possess a deep-seated hatred and intolerance of certain groups and beliefs that are in conflict with my own. I suspect you too are a bigot in your own unique ways and also in other ways that are more common. For instance, since World War II, most people in the West and beyond are bigoted against Nazis. There’s nothing wrong with hating Nazis and being intolerant of their warped worldview. This kind of bigotry is actually a good thing.

There’s no merit whatsoever to being tolerant and accepting of incorrect and dangerous opinions and those who promulgate them. Not all opinions are equal and not all opinions are valid. Some groups promote ideas that should be stomped out of existence, such as the notion that the workers should forcibly steal the means of production from those who rightfully own them. The California state legislature just passed single payer healthcare with a price tag of $400,000,000,000… This isn’t merely a bad idea, this is a catastrophically bad idea. The fantasy that women can be and are men and vice versa, and that we should welcome into our country a horde of unwashed Muslim invaders, are also examples of dangerous nonsense that threaten the stability, security, and moral fiber of Western Civilization.

I could devote an entire article to the growing litany of absurd and perverse notions oozing forth from the minds and mouths of our leftist counterparts. The point isn’t to merely enumerate these bizarre and corrupt notions, the point is that there’s nothing wrong with hating these ideas and being openly intolerant of them.

Slavery in our country wasn’t ended by being tolerant and accepting of the Confederate cause. It ended because we decided the sacrifice of half a million lives in battle and the rampant disease was a worthy cost to end the barbarism of human trafficking and forced labor. The Nazis weren’t defeated by being open minded about their crimes against humanity. They were defeated when world powers came together and began slaughtering Germans by the millions until the Third Reich collapsed and those in the upper echelons of the Nazi hierarchy were either captured or killed.

We in the West were bigots against Nazis and we were bigots against slave owners and slavery. So too today we must not forget to be bigots against the insidious theft of onerous taxation and redistribution. We must be bigoted against the leftist claim that government should be all powerful and exercise control over the minutiae of our lives. We must be bigoted against those who would destroy our Constitution and those who would rewrite history. We must be bigoted against those who welcome the enemies of civilization into our country under the false auspices of compassion and cultural enrichment.

Bigotry is what wins wars on the battlefield against the armies of wicked tyrants. It’s what will win the battle of ideas against the globalists and statists who would dismantle our way of life, our individualism, and replace it with a reprehensible and repressive collectivist hive that bends the knee and worships the false god of government.

We need to be bigots but we must be discerning bigots. We must elevate the word in conversation, and we must practice intelligent bigotry at the correct time and regarding the correct subject. Bigotry against a person’s immutable characteristics, such as their skin color, is completely unacceptable. Bigotry against pernicious ideas, such as the belief that Islamic terrorism is normal and praiseworthy, is completely acceptable. There’s nothing wrong with being a bigot against a terrorist organization that disguises itself as a valid religion. There’s nothing wrong with being a bigot against those who practice and preach child rape, acid attacks, the execution and torture of gays, female genital mutilation, slavery, and bestiality.

Without bigotry, we would be defenseless against the leftist lie that Islam is a misunderstood victim instead of what it really is: A hateful ideology bent on the violent conquest of anyone who doesn’t conform to the twisted tenets of their perverse system of belief.

Without bigotry, we would be helpless against an onslaught of leftist myth-making, such as the “transgender” deception and the psychotic delusion that there are more than two genders.

Bigotry isn’t always a good thing but it’s certainly not always a bad thing. In our day and age of dangerous liberal stupidity, we need bigotry. And we can’t be shy about it. The next time some empty-headed leftist calls you a bigot, lift your head up high, smile, and say, “Yes, yes I am.”

Be a bigot and be proud of it. There are in this world people and ideas that should be hated and destroyed. Let’s get to work.

By day, Michael Rodgers is a logistics specialist in the aerospace industry. By night, he is an Associate Editor for the Liberty Conservative. He lives and drinks profusely in Dover, New Hampshire.


  1. Without bigotry we wouldn’t see how vile and contemptuous Christianity really is. They’re not a victim as they always claim to be, but the perpetrator of violence and deceit.

    Without bigotry we wouldn’t see how the rich man works us to death and does nothing for society beyond legally owning objects that his family gave him.

    We will tear down this wall, as we have done in the past. Look for us. You’ll see us in the streets, taking the means of productions and placing it into the hands of the people. It was stolen from the world, and will be stolen back for the world.
    We’re coming, and as laborers we won’t stop until the job is done.

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