Anyone who watches the videos, from countless angles. Anyone who takes a second, steps back, and analyzes this harrowing day, could see what he was doing.
Kyle Rittenhouse, a young man, with a clear, altruistic, though maybe vain intent, to go be medic help and volunteer during the pillaging of an American city, is going to have his fate decided over what is perctibly a double-edged sword: if he is found not guilty on all counts, or given a lenient sentence, there will be ritualistic sacrifice from the sackers and looters. If he is given a mighty punishment, and sent to prison, the same would-be sacrificers will be having celebratory plunders of the last of inner-city businesses that are left.
Regardless of what happens: the tale is all too surreal; too reflective of a very archetypal idea - the misunderstood hero, being shafted because the powers that be don't want to deal with the backlash, likewise, having little empathy for this young man, who regardless of his intent to be an altruistic helper or glory-seeking young man, has more capacity to be a quality citizen than any judge or politician.
Kyle is the everyman, who acted in self-defense. It harkens back to Bernie Goetz, who was given all kinds of shit for simply protecting his own life. But no, see, this is even more symbolic, and resonating than Bernie. Take a step back for a second, and look at the insane situation we are in.
This young man went to go do something better than most people his age, to clean up a city, that was being plundered by the literal dregs of this nation - people who have absolutely no potential or interest in becoming something any other than slime. These people weren't angry about Floyd's death, they were being opportunistic. All of them were. They were there to destroy. That's ultimately what any leftist political group ends up being: an army of looters and psychopaths who use a gimmick, and fear tactics, to get them let off because of "systematic racism." This tactic has been so useful in politics, that there are entire cities, even states, that reward the most low quality dregs, and penalize the most industrious workers and businesspeople.
Leftists are never idealists, intelligent, or striving for something greater. They are looters that use the veneer of class struggle to hide their psychopathic, opportunistic intents.
I've never been a fan of rallies or protests. I'm not against them, but there are much more useful ways of bugging the system so that it listens; picket signs mean nothing. It's like complaining to a manager vs complaining to corporate - complain to corporate enough, and shit will change. Complain to a manager, and they might give you a discount for something so you'll shut up.
That is the situation we are in. The leftists complain to corporate, hell, they burn the corporate offices down, and are generally let off for heinous crime after heinous crime. Meanwhile, when it is clear that this young man was defending himself, it is turned into this tumultuous, multiangled, publicized trial where our anarcho-tyrants use him as a villain to sick the dogs at principled citizenry. They are like a tyrant using peasants to riot and murder the merchants or nobles that they want silenced.
My least favorite thing I hear these days is how much "division" there is, and while that is an easy euphamism to explain many concepts all at once, it really isn't that we are divided - it's that there is a clear ruling class that hates the good people of this nation, and actively wants to subjugate and destroy them, before their beautiful economy comes crashing down. They don't want competition. And if you know me, I'm the last to say that they'll win, but I also am not blind, and I can see when there is clear narrative control and mass hypnosis.
And that's where this case becomes something more than Kyle, in a way that Bernie Goetz represented the typical poor dude just trying to stay alive in the streets of crime-ridden America. Kyle represents the young generation of millenials, zoomers, and whatever this next generation, God have mercy on their souls, will be - because Kyle is just a young man, living in the old world, traditional ideal of using his own self-determination to fix the world around him, rather than rely on someone else to do so. He went out there to do the work that other people refuse to. He went out to clean the city and help when most of you are too lazy and indecisive to do so, and what does he get? He gets assaulted, and when protecting his own life, is demonize and dehumanized in a way he and his poor mother will never recover.
Kyle Rittenhouse is an American hero, and if he is not honored as such, we are setting a precedent where being a decent citizen is no longer what America stands for - it stands for lies, opportunism, banditry, and pure evil.
He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous,
Both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord.