Dystopian Societies Derive From Displaced Ethics and Values
On April Fool’s Day of this year, I posted an article on how Coronavirus® has hastened the “old collectivism”. That piece discussed Saul Alinsky’s tactics and how the current COVID hysteria is being manipulated by the Political Left. My last post discussed how COVID-mania was successfully translated into Marxist hysteria following the death of George Floyd.
Certainly, America is under attack and what we are witnessing today serves as the mere preview for the main attraction that will commence on November 3, 2020 – if not before. The ongoing warfare is, of course, between those upholding the last remaining shreds of the U.S. Constitution against those who desire to raise the rainbow flag of globalism above the New World Order.
Whether history rhymes or repeats, it does so in cycles. And nothing is new under the sun. Mankind’s desire to unite the world is said by some to have begun six millennia ago on the plains of Shinar, starting at the Tower of Babel.
In recent decades, especially, the birth pains of conflict were combined with the labor-inducing corollary of technological innovation and these have delivered new creations of collective centralization; to wit, the emergence of the League of Nations after World War I and the United Nations after World War II. And, surely, America’s current birth pains are about to deliver another new order.
Undoubtedly, the COVID crisis, in the minds of many, will prove the impotence of nationalism in the face of global concerns as the racial agitation will continue to subvert national unity. Ironically, even as urban areas crumble and burn, and amidst new lockdowns as a defense against a global pandemic, we’ll hear Black Lives Matter chants such as “Change Starts With Us” and how we’re “Stronger Together” while remaining six-feet apart.
It’s been said “the first casualty of war is truth” and this explains the “fog of war”. It also explains why logic is no longer a factor in daily events; why WalMart and riots are immune to Covid, but not small businesses or Trump rallies; or why blacks must not be judged en masse, only cops.
It would appear, in the minds of many at least, that Trump is valiantly standing against the storms – and even the existence of upheavals like Russiagate, Ukrainegate, the politicization of COVID and the full-blossoming of identity politics into blatant Marxism – all seemingly support this view; as does in-party Republican attacks by The Lincoln Project (i.e. George Conway) and former Trump administration officials including Mad Dog Mattis and NeoClown Bolton.