by John Young
Forget the words of those who hate us, and consider instead their actions, and the balance sheet. Understand that it is not “fascism” or “racism” that these people hate. They hate beauty. They hate achievement. They hate truth. They hate life itself. And for such people, we should have a very special kind of hate as well.
Although the reports will say that Andrew Dodson died by his own hand on March 9, 2018, and that was certainly the proximate cause of his death, it could also be said that he was murdered by the editor of The Arkansas Times.
Andrew Dodson was a brilliant Electrical Engineer dedicated to improving the quality of human life through the development of safe, clean energy and medical radioisotopes. A man capable of making enormous social contributions, he had developed the majority of the patents for Zora Energy and Elysium Industries. This man was a rare intellect with true gifts and true empathy.
The left in this country is absolutely committed to the utter and complete financial and social destruction of any individual who dares to oppose their agenda. But Andrew didn’t even do that. Having participated in both the Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party movements, he was interested in looking outside the mainstream for political solutions, just as he consistently broke new technological ground for solutions to safe and clean energy. He attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlotteville in the summer of 2017 out of pure curiosity. It is normal for intellectually curious individuals to look outside the mainstream for solutions when the mainstream solutions have failed.
But the left in the United States is out for blood. It wants those who even dare to consider opposing views to be at least punished, and ideally die.
In the wake of the Unite the Right rally, an ambitious undertaking was embarked upon by leftists to identify and “dox” every participant for the very explicit purpose of denying them employment, family, and succor.
Initially, they misidentified him, and attributed his presence to a professor at the University of Arkansas. But once he was positively identified by Jacob Rosenberg — the editor of the Arkansas Times — the paper was rushed to press to publicly dox him. In short order he went from being a brilliant scientist whose work benefited all of humanity to being unemployable, in deep financial trouble, scorned, hated and endlessly harassed for the specific purpose of achieving his destruction.
Ultimately, it worked.
And that is why I call it murder. Does it meet the legal definition of murder? No. It was indeed by his own hand that his life was ended. But this brilliant, kind and sensitive man had every aspect of his life that he had worked so hard for deliberately and systematically destroyed until he could conceive of no future worth living.
Put this in context. The leftist doxers who so gleefully uncovered his identity — not even really as a racialist, but as a curious person — likely flunked out of algebra and most certainly never passed trigonometry. In a scale of IQ by college major, Electrical Engineering is at the very top, while Journalism ranks near the bottom.
Here is a man who contributed more to the world in a single day than all of his attackers combined will achieve in their entire lives. They live. They will not be punished or prosecuted. Many of them, no doubt, are giggling up their sleeves at their great achievement of ridding the world of him.
This is why Our Cause is so important. Forget the words of those who hate us, and consider instead their actions, and the balance sheet. Understand that it is not “fascism” or “racism” that these people hate. They hate beauty. They hate achievement. They hate truth. They hate life itself.
And for such people, we should have a very special kind of hate as well. Not because of their race or their religion — but because of their own very personal qualities and the fact these are people who will rejoice in the death of anyone or anything that is beautiful, true, uplifting or noble. They are avatars of death.
To reach for life, we must love life. And to love life, it is good, right and just that we must hate death and its avatars.
This is a very personal and tangible example of why our objectives are so incredibly important. We must not fail.