CALEXIT: The Hard Left Hates America

Last night some snowflake appeared on my Facebook page, not a friend from my friends list, and assured me that she liked my books.   Then, she expressed concern for my career (This is called Concern Trolling but it’s actually Bullying and Intimidation) by letting me know I needed to keep my politics to myself. I listened to that advice… and then I posted this article by Victor Davis Hanson about how the Hard Left  are exactly like the racist pigs who started the Civil War that almost destroyed this country in 1860.

Victor Davis Hanson nails it to the wall in the blistering historical comparison between the Hard Left liberal CALEXIT movement and the Democrat Slave governments of the Civil War.

This was what was on Snowflake’s Wall. The Snowflake who told me she liked my books and to keep my politics to myself.

In other words… no, they are not the party of the people.  They’re slave masters and they haven’t learned a thing.

Say what you want… facts don’t care about your feelings.

Click the link below to get Woke by the Brilliant VDH.


Victor Davis Hanson is an American military historian, columnist, former classics professor, and scholar of ancient warfare. As a National Review Institute fellow, he has been a commentator on modern warfare and contemporary politics for National Review and other media outlets. He was a professor of classics at California State University, Fresno, and is currently the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He has been a visiting professor at Hillsdale College since 2004. Hanson is perhaps best known for his 2001 book, Carnage and Culture.


Here’s some Satire I wrote about the Left having their way with our society.  Also it’s about Star Trek, Video Games and The Evil Dead Movies.


About Nick Cole

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. When he is not auditioning for commercials, going out for sitcoms or being shot, kicked, stabbed or beaten by the students of various film schools for their projects, he can often be found as a guard for King Phillip the Second of Spain in the Opera Don Carlo at Los Angeles Opera or some similar role. Nick Cole has been writing for most of his life and acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army. You can also find him on Twitter.

10 Responses to CALEXIT: The Hard Left Hates America

  1. Nick, please keep putting political stuff up. Otherwise, I’ll have to actually go searching for this stuff to put on MY Facebook page. By the way, VDH is a great writer. His book on the Pellopenesian Wars is the standard bearer, in my opinion!

  2. Nick, I love your stuff, and keep spouting politics all your like, but VDH is dead wrong about the the War of Northern Aggression. The South (or any state and people) has a right to secede. Even Lincoln said so:
    “Any people, anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable and most sacred right – a right which we hope and believe is to liberate the world. Nor is this right confined to cases in which the whole people of an existing government may choose to exercise it. Any portion of such people that can, may revolutionize, and make their own, of so many of the territory as they inhabit.”

    Abraham Lincoln
    January 12, 1848

    If LA and the Bay Area want to secede, go ahead, but that doesn’t mean Siskiyou County has to go along.

  3. About Politics: As you are aware – I do not agree with your political views. That is just about the only thing that I am aware of that I disagree with you about. I agree, though, with your right to express your views. I will defend your right to believe however you wish and to BE whomever you choose to be – to my dying breath. If we lived in another country I might not be that way, I might be concerned for your safety. But because we live in America we’re supposed to have Freedom Of Speech. I believe plenty has been said about Freedom of speech already so I won’t go into that… I know this – your political views really shouldn’t have a heck of a lot to do with your writing unless you choose to write about political things, in books. Which, you have, recently. (Which I have not read because it wasn’t ever on sale that I am aware of. If it was I must have missed the memo. I try to read all of your works – because I’m you biggest fan. So Say I.)

    About Facebook: The way I see ‘my’ Facebook page is this:
    It’s sort of my ‘virtual’ living room. I invite people over by ‘friending’ them. (I don’t let people who aren’t friends post on my wall… So, there is another thing I disagree with – I flat don’t understand why anyone allows people not ‘connected’ to post on their Facebook page. Maybe some day you’ll share why you do that; maybe you already have and I missed it. Maybe I feel that way because I think of my Facebook page as an extension of my Living Room?) If they do not want to be nice, I politely show them the door. If they are rude I show them the door less politely. This means they also have to be polite to my other friends, not just to me. If we differ in opinion, that is one thing and I can see that being expressed – no one agrees with everything someone else chooses for themselves. But, here’s the thing… Why would a stranger to my home, who isn’t even a ‘friend’ and whom I did not invite feel they should come in and give me career advice? Hummm?

    About Snowflakes: Personally, I think snowflakes are lovely. I may be thinking of a different type, though. We rarely get snowflakes where I live, so… maybe I don’t know enough about them. The type that fall from the sky, I mean. And maybe the other type, too.

    Bye now. Take care & know that you are loved.

    Peace be with you,

    • I sort of think the best ‘career’ advice to give anyone is ‘play nice’, with everyone you meet. Maybe that is from the book “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum?

      But… I’m very much a sentimental sort of person. I do not see this as a bad thing, nor do I see not being as sentimental as I lean towards being as a bad thing.

      • I haven’t read the articles you’ve read, but I know one thing – the Democratic Party of the Civil War era was as the Republican Party now is, and the other party… I forgot what they were called, something like Wigs… was as the Dems are now. The two parties reversed ‘sides’, so to speak. So said a friend of mine one night, who has a couple of degrees in History. I also ‘sort of’ remember that from college, American History and Government classes, but I didn’t major it either of those.

        So I guess I need to read about the Calexit thing going on to know more about what all of this means in today’s world. I will do that Tuesday, although I may not be back to reply again for some while. My internet service provider has been ‘working hard’ to bring us better service… for a few years in fact, and of late they keep turning it off. This month it has been off more often than on.

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