Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said conservatives may need to turn to physical violence in order to protect the United States against contemporary liberalism.
I don’t know. Liberalism and conservatism are basically ideas. To me what the governor is suggesting is to start killing people for what they believe in.
Bevin suggested that if Democrat Hillary Clinton were elected president, she would set the nation on a dangerous course that might require bloodshed to correct. He told the audience that the “candle” of liberty might go out “on our watch.”
Liberty, on the other hand, is a structure that gives free reign to both Conservative and Liberal Ideas.
If there is to be violence, no matter who gets elected, it will be between those structured Left and Right.
As both Clinton and Trump are from the Right instead of the Left, the Governor is trying to start a war (civil war) against a candidate with Liberal ideas that wants more liberty, while backing a candidate who wants everyone to have Conservative ideas by allowing less liberty.
It is no small wonder why Civil War causes death on the level of genocide. People confuse cultural differences with structural differences.
Civil war creates a war within a network structure of cultural like people (in this case a network on the Right containing both Liberal and Conservative cultures) and, through violence, produces a network that is structurally smaller but stronger culturally than the opposing network due to the violent attrition of one idea.
In the Governor’s case, that idea is called Liberalism.
If you are corporate structured but Liberal, you will be one of the first to go violently, if the Governor (and Trump) has his way.