I am not a wise person, though I aspire to be. But I know how a wise person responds to aggression. When a wise person faces aggression, they do not immediately and blindly strike back, thus potentially initiating a cycle of endless violence and retribution. Rather, they consider why they have been struck. Have they, perhaps, done something to offend the aggressor? If so, muses the wise person, perhaps they might avoid future aggression by removing the source of the offense.She isn't a wise person -- that's for sure. But, at the risk of being offensive, I will recast the rest of her paragraph in terms that she might understand:
I know how a wise woman responds to attempted rape. When a wise woman faces attempted rape, she does not immediately and blindly pull out her pistol and shoot the would-be rapist. Rather, she considers why she is the target of a would-be rapist. Has she, perhaps, done something to offend the aggressor? If so, muses the wise person, perhaps she might avoid future rape attempts by locking herself in her house and leaving the streets to rapists.That's the wisdom of the left. The rest of Wilson's post is just as fatuous, but I'm not going to waste any more time on her musings.