Freeple Have Evil Motives


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As was noted on the previous page, creeple have “noble” motives because sheeple see them as fighting to remove evil monsters from society in order to create a safe utopia. Naturally, when freeple oppose creeple measures to eliminate these perceived evil monsters freeple are then seen as evil monsters themselves. However, it is not just that sheeple and creeple view freeple as benignly doing evil things because they view freeple as dumb, angry, fearful, or just plain wrong. It is that they view freeple as doing evil things because through their paranoia they view freeple as motivated by evil to do evil things. Sheeple and creeple view freeple as wanting to do evil – even enjoying doing evil. Freeple must have “evil” motives, because they are deliberately attempting to prevent the creation of a safe utopia.

Of course, sheeple and creeple see themselves as “tolerant”, so they generally don’t admit to seeing freeple as motivated by evil, because they don’t see themselves as capable of being that intolerant. However, their words and actions belie their supposed tolerance. Their paranoia leads to an attitude that freeple must be destroyed by virtually any means necessary. Every freeple position and action is worthy of demagoguery, smears and hate. Remember, Richard Hofstadter in the The Paranoid Style in American Politics described the paranoid as:

~Since what is at stake is always a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil, what is necessary is not compromise but the will to fight things out to a finish. Since the enemy [the freeple] is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable, he [the freeple] must be totally eliminated — if not from the world, at least from the theatre of operations to which the paranoid [sheeple or creeple] directs his attention.~

There are no redeeming qualities in freeple – they are viewed as pure, unadulterated evil. See for yourself. (Republicans and conservatives in the following quotations are viewed as evilly motivated freeple by sheeple and creeple.)

• ~ “The evil is in the White House at the present time. And that evil is a man who has no care and no concern for the working class of America and the future generations of America, and who likes to ride a horse. He’s cold. He’s mean. He’s got ice water for blood.”~ – creeple Democrat House Speaker Tip O’Neill about President Ronald Reagan … Reagan had no compassion for the working man or the future of the country apparently. Only someone viewed as motivated by evil could be thought of as this callous – and that despite stewarding the creation of eighteen million jobs from 1982 to 1988 for that same “working class”. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “a perfect model of malice” “luxury-loving”]

• ~ “I hate Republicans and everything they stand for.”~ – creeple Howard Dean … If I thought of Republicans as motivated by evil I too would hate them and everything about them. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “Do you know what the basic Republican anti-inflation policy has been? To put people out of work.”~ – creeple Jimmy Carter … Hard to imagine a deliberate policy like this, but if I thought of Republicans as motivated by evil… [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “conspiratorial fantasy” “makes crises” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced”]

• ~ “For twelve years, Republicans have tried to divide us–race against race–so we get mad at each other and not at them.”~ – creeple Bill Clinton campaigning in 1992 … Yup – I guess if I saw someone as motivated by evil I might think this about them. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “conspiratorial fantasy” “a perfect model of malice” “makes crises” “he [the enemy] has a new secret for influencing the mind (brainwashing)” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced”]

• ~ “Republicans want smaller government for the same reason crooks want fewer cops; it’s easier to get away with murder.”~ – creeple James Carville … Certainly seeing a freeple desire for smaller government as a policy to make corruption easier could stem from a conclusion that Republicans are motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “conspiratorial fantasy” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil”]

• ~ “This President is never going to do the right thing. I think somewhere deep down inside him he takes a lot of joy about losing people, if he thinks they vote Democrat or if he thinks they’re poor, or if he thinks they’re in a blue state, whatever his reasons are not to rescue those people…”~ – creeple Radio host Randi Rhodes about Katrina … This is truly a description of someone (a freeple) seen as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “a perfect model of malice” “cruel” “manufactures disasters” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced”]

• ~ “Moderate Republicans can’t stand these people, because they’re intolerant. They don’t think tolerance is a virtue. I’m not going to have these right-wingers throw away our right to be tolerant!”~ – creeple Howard Dean … Since “tolerance” is certainly considered a top creeple virtue, considering freeple as wishing to throw it away could originate from seeing them as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “he [the enemy] has a new secret for influencing the mind (brainwashing)” “he [the enemy] has a special technique for seduction”]

• ~ “It’s not surprising, then, they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”~ – creeple Barack Obama on heartland freeple … If one sees freeple as bitter because they disagree with you, one likely sees their disagreement not as legitimate, but as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel”]

• ~ “Under this administration, America’s middle class has been abandoned, its dreams denied, its main street interests ignored and its mainstream values scorned by a White House that puts privilege first.”~ – creeple John Kerry on Bush 43 … Classic creeple thinking about Republican Presidents being motivated by evil to benefit the rich at the expense of the poor. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “conspiratorial fantasy” “a perfect model of malice” “makes crises” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced”]

• ~ “While President Bush likes to project an image of strength and courage, the truth is that in the presence of his large financial contributors he is a moral coward – so weak that he seldom if ever says ‘No’ to them on anything – no matter what the public interest might mandate.”~ – creeple Al Gore … Seeing a President as putting his rich buddies above that of public interest certainly fits with seeing him as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “suspiciousness” “luxury-loving” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “A pro-life Democrat, unlike a pro-life Republican, cares about kids after they’re born, not just before.”~ – creeple Howard Dean … This goes hand in hand with this often claimed Republican ‘war against women’ that could be only seen as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “conspiratorial fantasy” “sinister”]

• ~ “Working people have been shut out by this president because he values only one thing; wealth.”~ – creeple John Edwards about Bush 43 … Same old, same old. A President seen as fixated on wealth can only be seen as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “luxury-loving” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced”]

• ~ “George Bush has a health care plan – pray you don’t get sick.”~ – creeple John Edwards about Bush 43 … How could someone seen as so callous not be also seen as motivated by evil? [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “a perfect model of malice” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “The right wing has a way of always having an enemy, whether it be immigrants or Arabs or brown-skinned people, black-skinned people, homosexuals, women.”~ – creeple Janeane Garofalo, Hollywood ‘pundit’ … Seeing your opponents as seeking out enemies of minority peoples would definitely qualify as seeing the “right wing” as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil”]

• ~ “Unfortunately, a lot of the people in the right-wing base are not the most intellectual people in the world, not the most savvy people in the world, and they are definitely quick to anger, and quick to blame other people. […] It’s part of the human nature of a personality type that tends to identify as Republican or conservative. And it’s an unfortunate part of our society. It’s a scourge on our society.”~ – creeple Janeane Garofalo … Seeing your opponents as unintelligent, angry people looking to blame their problems on others likely comes from seeing them as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “the enemy” “ubiquitous” “he [the enemy] must be totally eliminated”]

• ~ “Republicans don’t believe in the imagination, partly because so few of them have one, but mostly because it gets in the way of their chosen work, which is to destroy the human race and the planet. Human beings, who have imaginations, can see a recipe for disaster in the making; Republicans, whose goal in life is to profit from disaster and who don’t give a hoot about human beings, either can’t or won’t. Which is why I personally think they should be exterminated before they cause any more harm.”~ – creeple Michael Feingold, Village Voice … Apparently written as serious political commentary – and self explanatory concerning evil motives. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “luxury-loving” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced” “he [the enemy] must be totally eliminated”]

• ~ “BUSH IS MORE EVIL THAN BIN LADEN”~ – creeple sign at San Francisco anti-war protest … Portraying President Bush as Hitler and a Nazi was standard fare for creeple during his two administrations. Again – self evident. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “You could argue that even the world’s worst fascist dictators at least meant well. They honestly thought [they] were doing good things for their countries by suppressing blacks/eliminating Jews/eradicating free enterprise/repressing individual thought/killing off rivals/invading neighbors, etc. … Bush set a new precedent. He came into office with the attitude of “I’m so tired of the public good. What about my good? What about my rich friends’ good?” … They. Don’t. Even. Mean. Well.”~ – creeple Huffington Post blogger Peter Mehlman … Self evident again. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “luxury-loving” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “When we were out of power, we organized to win the next election. Conservatives, apparently, prefer to talk ‘revolution’ and kill cops.”~ – creeple Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas … How else to explain this? [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil”]

• ~ “If you get sick, America, the Republican health care plan is this: Die quickly. That’s right. The Republicans want you to die quickly if you get sick.”~ – creeple Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) … What other attributed motivation could explain this view? [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil”]

• ~ “[T]he Republicans lie! They want to see you dead. They’d rather make money off your dead corpse. They kind of like it when that woman has cancer and they don’t have anything for her.”~ – creeple MSNBC talk show host Ed Schultz … Yikes! Apparently they’re all evil monsters! [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “cruel” “luxury-loving” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil”]

• ~ “It appears that the Republican Party leadership in the Congress has made a decision that they want to deny President Obama success, which means, in my mind, they are rooting against the country, as well.”~ creeple Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) … If one sees any opposition to policies as opposition to the country, one could only see the Republican Party as motivated by evil against the country. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “The Republican Party … is a mindset, like Hitler Youth, based on hatred — religious hatred, racial hatred … they’re fascists.”~ – creeple Essayist Gore Vidal … Another self explained statement. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “cruel” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable” “he [the enemy] must be totally eliminated”]

• ~ “And this is exactly why the conservatives keep harping on spending, spending, spending as the problem: because they know spending, spending, spending is the solution, and they don’t want this solved! They don’t want this solved because they hate government! They hate teachers. They hate police officers. They hate first responders. They hate firemen. They hate EMT workers. They want it all to be privatized! That’s when you gonna get the haves having police protection and excellent schools and the have-nots having no police protection and no schools! And therein is the dreamworld for them. This is nirvana for them!”~ – creeple Radio host Randi Rhodes … Oh my… [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “luxury-loving” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “The Republican Party has been on a crusade against the middle class and the poor for the last 30 years.”~ – creeple Ed Schultz … Of course to a freeple crusaders are motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “Instead of joining us on the right side of history, all the Republicans can come up with is, ‘slow down, stop everything, let’s start over.’ If you think you’ve heard these same excuses before, you’re right. When this country belatedly recognized the wrongs of slavery, there were those who dug in their heels and said ‘slow down, it’s too early, things aren’t bad enough.’”~ – creeple Harry Reid about Republican opposition to Democratic healthcare reform, comparing them to Democrats prior to the Civil War defending slavery. … To equate a defense of slavery with opposition to a health care plan one must surely think of Republicans as motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• A creeple Washington Post blog included Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas and Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele on a list “Black Folks We’d Like To Remove From Black History”, along with former Haitian dictators “Papa Doc” and “Baby Doc” Duvalier, mass murdering Ugandan despot Idi Amin, Zimbabwe despot Robert Mugabe, and “DC Sniper” John Allen Muhammad. … A demented thinking of moral equivalence I guess… [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• Creeple President Obama’s official website Organizing for America, in soliciting support for a phone campaign on of all dates, September 11, 2009, described citizens opposing his healthcare reform as “Proud Right-Wing Terrorist” (taking a figure of speech literally – sheesh!) and encouraged followers to, “—* RECLAIM OUR LAND FROM THE HEIRS OF, YES: BIN LADEN *—* YOU KNOW IT’S TRUE *—” … On the President’s own website opponents of his health care plan (freeple) were described as “Terrorists” – obviously motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ blood is on Sarah Palin’s hands after putting cross hair over district~ – creeple NY Daily News headline the day after the shooting … Just the result Sarah Palin wanted, apparently… [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “he [the enemy] has a new secret for influencing the mind (brainwashing)” “he [the enemy] has a special technique for seduction”]

• ~ “[I]f you go back to the year 2000, when we had an obvious disaster and – and saw that our voting process needed refinement, and we did that in the America Votes Act and made sure that we could iron out those kinks, now you have the Republicans, who want to literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow laws and literally – and very transparently – block access to the polls to voters who are more likely to vote Democratic candidates than Republican candidates. And it’s nothing short of that blatant.”~ creeple DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz … How could this kind of rationalization not be the result of thinking of one’s opponents as being motivated by evil? (By the way, Bush legitimately won the 2000 election according to all of the media recounts.) [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “then enjoys and profits from the misery he has produced” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “[T]he rest of them are taking money from the Koch brothers who are Iranian arms sellers…But [Koch] traded arms with our enemies [and] I think that’s a lot worse.”~ – creeple Democratic operative, Bob Beckel using a lie to smear the Koch brothers and Republican politicians with supposedly evil motivations. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “a perfect model of malice” “conspiratorial fantasy”]

• ~ “This is a struggle of good and evil. And we’re the good.”~ – creeple Howard Dean referring to differences between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party … creeple = good … freeple = evil. For them all to be evil, they must be motivated by evil. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable” “he [the enemy] must be totally eliminated”]

• ~ “We as one nation must stand together, must fight the forces of evil, the conservatives in this country.”~ – creeple MSNBC host Ed Schultz at the 2010 One Nation rally in Washington DC … creeple = good … freeple = evil. Ditto previous. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable”]

• ~ “The budget deficit is an excuse for the Republicans to undermine government plain and simple. They don’t just want to make cuts, they want to destroy. They want to destroy food safety, clean air, clean water, the department of education. They want to destroy your rights.”~ – creeple House minority leader Nancy Pelosi during the debt ceiling debates of 2011 was determined to portray Republicans as America-wreckers – “plain and simple”. … Apparently Republicans are so motivated by evil that they actually want to eat tainted food, breath polluted air and drink dirty water. [Descriptions from The Paranoid Style in American Politics (1964) that apply: “heated exaggeration” “suspiciousness” “conspiratorial fantasy” “the enemy” “a perfect model of malice” “sinister” “ubiquitous” “cruel” “makes crises” “manufactures disasters” “traffics in the birth and death of whole worlds” “a conflict between absolute good and absolute evil” “the enemy is thought of as being totally evil and totally unappeasable” “he [the enemy] must be totally eliminated”]

I put this list together a few years ago. Obviously since then many more such creeple quotes could be added, but you get the picture. Sheeple and creeple think of freeple as motivated by evil because they are viewed as opposing the creation of a safe creepletopia. So when you read or hear or see a creeple demagoging a freeple for standing up for freedom, you now know why they are doing it – paranoia drives them to see evil monsters.


[This page is from The Paranoid Quiz website. To understand the context take the quiz.]
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