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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Seeking the truth about Leftists' intentions

  By now, any non-deluded person--American or otherwise--can see that the liberal dream is just that. A dream that has no root in reality. A dream that is built on the porous and arrogant belief that only leftists know enough to build the perfect society. 
  This dream that has repeatedly been refuted by both reality and history, as communist state after state has fallen into rubble.
  The building blocks of this dream world are lies.
  Obamacare is built on lies that Obama and his kind told over and over, based on the "stupidity of the American people," people who foolishly and repeatedly trust the deceivers.
  You may have noticed the whole global warming push is heating up again.
  This is because Obama's nearing the end of his years of transforming America; time is running out and the world's leaders want to be sure they get their fingers in more Americans' lives.
  These leaders are fairly open that their goal is "remaking the world's economy"; here, read it yourself:
"This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model, for the first time in human history,” Christiana Figueres, who heads up the U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, told reporters.
“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for the, at least, 150 years, since the industrial revolution,” Figueres said.
  See how noble? We need to change the meaning of words, to transform, to remake in a predetermined image.
  This is what Leftists do.
  They redefine words based on their ultimate goal of acquiring wealth and power--for themselves. No matter reality. No matter the "little people" who get squashed on the way to this Godless, society run by gods.
  Even the idea of poverty in the West is -generally- a lie (see here for the definition of poverty in America, including big screen tvs and high speed internet), redefined to suit a purpose that gives a constant thumping to personal achievement and exalts government beneficence, described here at the Telegraph. This redefinition dates back decades:
Given all this [the abundance of modern society], how is it that so many pundits and charities talk about widespread poverty in Britain?
It dates back to 1962 and the annual conference of the British Sociological Association. Two Left-wing academics, Peter Townsend and Brian Abel-Smith, developed a new way of defining “poverty” based on the income level at which people were entitled to a payment called “supplementary benefit”. One person at the conference reported “a mood of conspiratorial excitement” about the idea of redefining poverty. These are her words, not mine, and they do seem revealing. It is as if some people on the Left were longing to find a way in which poverty had not been “conquered” as Barbara Castle had said. They had found a way in which it would always be possible to use the huge emotional power of the word.
  We have redefined police brutality, redefined the duties of the police in a "civilized" society, and we have seen the results. 
  Baltimore is a city aflame with resentment, hatred and murder, much like Chicago where 3/4 of the city sniffs at the "south end," where all the murders happen on a daily basis. And, whooeee, those weekends!
  It's funny how your money is so often at the bottom of all the social justice movements, eh? 
  Like our government taking in trillions of dollars, more money than they have ever taken in from the taxpayers and yet Bernie Sanders gets cheers from his fans when he suggests taking 90% of income for "high" income earners, the word high to be determined by Bernie. 
  So what will happen to all the new monies they want. Why, they'll be squandered invested on regulators, of course! We'll get more laws, more rules, more regulations, petty dictators! Yay!
  As Victor David Hansen says it, "we all sense" that "things are starting to collapse," even as we all remark to one another how rapid the descent has been, but it really isn't our concern.
  And that's the greatest concern.
  Obama's numerous scandals and repeated offenses against a free people have inured the concerned citizen to the point of despair and a sense that we can't fight the powerful machine he and the politicians have built.
  This is all very true and very depressing.
  As a Christian, I would observe, however mournfully, that this is the way it is supposed to happen.
  Perhaps this time man will really come to the end of himself. After all the centuries, we are so much more civilized today, are we not? 
  The fabulously wealthy are paid millions of dollars for vacuous anti-American class warfare speeches, decrying inequality and unfairness, paid with loaned dollars from thousands of college students who've mortgaged their futures for a degree in puppetry and a speech by Michelle Obama about revolutions. 
  And those same fabulously wealthy overpaid speakers lament their circumstances, their perceived slights, their grievances against the middle class that pays their wage and guarantees their future wealth.
  Shhh. We won't mention the beheadings. We might upset the elite.
  Because chimps are people, too, right?
  Perhaps this is near the end of our golden age. Perhaps not.
  For myself,  I choose to believe that God Himself is nearer still and that all who ask receive forgiveness and a future that has nothing to do with social justice and everything to do with actual justice.
  If you do not believe as I, you perhaps will also call me delusional, sustaining the "God myth."
  I guess we'll figure that out one day, regardless your or my belief.
  And regardless your or my belief about the end of the story, it's a good thing that Leftists' selfish and evil intentions are being exposed...daily, even hourly.
  It's a choice, I think, to see what is true, a choice that extends from this world into the next.

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