DAILYKENN.com -- Pete Buttigieg expressed remorse after using the phrase, "All lives matter." Buttigieg is a far-left presidential candidate and the mayor of South Bend, Indiana.
“And so this statement that seems anodyne and something no one could be against actually wound up being used to devalue what the Black Lives Matter movement was telling us, which is what we needed to hear because unfortunately, it was not obvious to everybody that black lives were being valued the same,” he said according to Fox News.
Buttigieg's expression of remorse was made at Al Sharpton's National Action Network convention in New York. The offending statements was in 2015.
Leftists pretend to champion inclusion when it advances their agenda. "Endorsing contradictory ideas at the same time" is common thought reform tactic used by dangerous cults, according to psychologist and thought reform expert, Robert J. Lifton.
Lifton refers to it as the "protean style."
He explains how cults use the protean style:
This involves a continuous psychological experimentation with the self, a capacity for endorsing contradictory ideas at the same time, and a tendency to change one's ideas, companions and way of life with relative ease. Cults embody a contrary restricted style,' a flight from experimentation and the confusion of a protean world. [source]The protean style is commonly used by the far left that contends race doesn't exist, but racism does exist. The left occassionally changes its ecology stance from warning of a nuclear winter, to global warming, to climate change and, more recently, "extreme weather." The far left once denounced overpopulation then abruptly changed to advocate massive migration of millions into the USA.
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