Is it possible that insanity can become more insane? The dangerousness of this whole eruption of infectious irrationality can not be underestimated, which it still is by most. It is the stuff of the Khmer Rouge, it is the embryo of the Chinese cultural revolution, it is a disease which, guided by power corrupted politicians could end with an America in flames and the death of millions in reeducation camps.
No room for free speech zones here, no room for offending language!!
We should be far more afraid of this insidious trend than we are, for it foretells of grave dangers ahead for America and all we knew of freedom. The meme’s that are set in motion by the whole progressive ideologically intolerant transnationalist fascism of the technocratic elites that has been slowly seeping into the veins of the youth of what was once best described as the Anglo-American civilization over the past century is now coming to a boil. It is far, far more insidious than anything we have seen before. The protest movements of the 60’s over race and war were all about freedom, not its suppression.
The weak-kneed responses, the resignations, the destruction of well served careers of innocent educators and the ferociousness of all of the current protests, seemingly almost leaderless and amorphous, point to grave dangers ahead for America and “Western” civilization. Unfortunately, again to repeat a common theme here at Troutinmilk.com., these are the self-destructive social memes that have been fostered and expected by the Fabian fascist elites over the past 100 plus years, documented in their own words, have been seeking to breed. They are designed to destroy America. They are designed to enhance the totalitarian tyranny and transnationalism of the power elites.
We have moved beyond the realm of logic and truth as a successful antibiotic to the disease of emotive irrationality and anti-intellectualism. The rage is upon us and America will be torn apart.
The colleges and universities have become the theater for these histrionics because they are institutionally so vested in the wish for better outcomes that evolved from the civil rights struggles of the last century. A general failure of those expectations has driven the colleges collectively crazy — or, more precisely, made them places for the enactment of craziness.
The careers of reasonable people are hostage to the new campus Red Guards, who operate much like Mao Zedong’s lunatic minions of the 1960s, who were set loose to distract public attention from the enormous failure of Mao’s five-year plan economy.A reasonable argument can be made that the temperament of the USA is worse than that of Germany in 1932.
We’re more foolish, feckless, and savage, our politics more ridiculous, and the wave we’re riding is much more dangerous.
Source: Boundary Problems | KUNSTLER