“The bone marrow of the left, the ideas that give it momentum and make its war against America a forever war,” is a class-based society, an oligarchy, a reset to the days of divine-right rule before the Magna Carta and before the American and French revolutions. Ultimately, the leftist utopia is a society based on eugenics, wealth and power. Race, gender, politics, popular culture, media, war, educational systems, established religions, international relations are their means to that end and each of these means has its technocracy and trade craft for “radically transforming” society and government.
Reformed radical David Horowitz explains, “Chief among them [the leftist ideas] is the notion that ‘equality’ must be created by any means necessary. But, as he shows in his writings, “Disparities and disproportions of talent, intelligence and physical ability are intrinsic and so basic to the entire human enterprise that creating equality can only be accomplished by a violent social engineering, which is why the seductive utopias of the left always turn out to killing fields in disguise. The demands for ‘social justice’ by today’s progressives are just another version of the demands for equality by yesterday’s Marxist Leninists. Both promise human redemption. Both produce the destruction of human freedom.”
The dividers claim a mixed-race royal wedding marks the end of white supremacy, having been paid by the donations of the rich and powerful class. That same class by their political contributions a borderless, wall-less, value-less and weapon-less world … for everyone except them. As before the Magna Carta and revolutions, when the plagues come, they will be protected in behind walls, gun turrets and layers of expendable people.
It is unequivocal and natural law: you and I will never be equal. Or as Thomas Sowell puts it, “Nobody is equal to anybody. Even the same man is not equal to himself on different days.” But, liberty requires that the law treats each citizen equally in the eyes of the law. The technocracy of ‘social justice’ with its trade craft known as community organization have radically transformed equality in the eyes of the law into institutions that in fact protect the oligarchy. They can buy their private beaches, votes in Congress, never-be-jailed-cards, research studies, smear campaigns and “news.” You and I cannot. That was the plan for identity politics and it worked.
The intelligentsia that coagulates in schools eliminates opposition, like the “White Russians” who spearheaded the Russian Revolution and the Chinese Revolution, and then the “Red Russians” eliminate them and establish tyranny of the oligarchy. The class struggle on the streets, whether KKK, Antifa, or Islamic is the means to tyranny of the oligarchy … a means to establish a class-structured social order with different rules for them and us.
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” ~ Frédéric Bastiat
This is true for governments, corporations, universities, unions, and churches. The iron law of technocracy is: The larger it is, the more it will be used against you. The FBI, the Department of Justice, the EPA, the United Nations, European Union, the Catholic Church, Net Neutrality and social media, courts of law, etc are all being actively used against you. Apathy and tolerance enable the tyranny of class.
The founders and framers of the American republic understood human nature and natural law. They fought with their lives, their property and about thirty percent of their fellow colonists to overthrow a divine right king and oligarchy. They did not design a national government but a federation of state governments, leaving most of the political power to the states and the people. And the powers that were authorized to the three independent parts of the federal government were designed to offset each other. The colonists wanted to put a king’s crown on the man who led them against the mad king of England, but he refused the crown. The colonists, now citizens, elected our first President instead.
And ever since then, oligarchs have been fundamentally transforming our republic of the people and states into the heavily centralized national government that it is today. But the oligarchs have even larger plans that are even worse for the people. Their utopia is global.
Social justice warriors, indoctrinated and paid by oligarchy, want a borderless globe. Citizens fail to heed the admonitions of Thomas Jefferson, “A single consolidated government would become the most corrupt government on earth.” In a letter to Edward Carrington, Thomas Jefferson wrote that, “The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.” He noted that “one of the most profound preferences in human nature is for satisfying one’s needs and desires with the least possible exertion; for appropriating wealth produced by the labor of others, rather than producing it by one’s own labor… the stronger and more centralized the government, the safer would be the guarantee of such monopolies; in other words, the stronger the government, the weaker the producer, the less consideration need be given him and the more might be taken away from him.” (1)
And citizens fail to heed the admonitions of George Washington in his farewell address to the new nation. “It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world; so far, I mean, as we are now at liberty to do it; for let me not be understood as capable of patronizing infidelity to existing engagements. I hold the maxim no less applicable to public than to private affairs, that honesty is always the best policy. I repeat it, therefore, let those engagements be observed in their genuine sense. But, in my opinion, it is unnecessary and would be unwise to extend them.” …
“Taking care always to keep ourselves by suitable establishments on a respectable defensive posture, “we may safely trust to temporary alliances for extraordinary emergencies.”
Our founders and framers were not utopians. They were utilitarian and pragmatic. Washington and Jefferson were not arguing for isolationism. They were arguing for strong homeland defense and arguing against empire and well-known urges, especially the will to power.
So long as you accept the authority of government, there will always be wars. Democracy is wholly unsuited for empire, whether national or global: unfortunately, almost no one listened or understood, much less put in practice the advice of our founders and framers. Without democracy, where does that leave you?