Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Too Many of "We the People" Live in Fear

 J. B. Shurk exposes who the Left is really working for, whether they know it or not.  And no, it's not to bring themselves to power, but to bring a bunch of oligarchs to power.  It is interesting that the Left and the Muslims use each other, hoping to be the last ones eaten.  But then each of these groups of crazies is being used by the super rich.  Who knew?  You can find the article at the American Thinker entitled The Great Reset Is Just A MacGuffan for Total State Control. So, who is using whom?

The United States has always presented a roadblock to the ambitions of globalist oligarchs through its one-two punch of a Constitution that clearly constrains the powers of government while empowering the people and an American culture that prides itself on representing the last, best hope for freedom on the planet. So how do you "reset" America so that it becomes just another socialist country controlled by an elite few? You undermine America's freedoms by undermining her foundations. You go to war with the American people.
And the Democrats (with a few Republicans, lest we forget) has done just that.
"White supremacy" is the socialists' "yellowcake uranium." It's really that simple. You can't start a war against society without an excuse, and you can't engage in perpetual war unless the excuse chosen is so vague and illusory that it can't possibly be vanquished. This has always been a particular talent of power-hungry socialists. They know how to engage their troops in endless battles by choosing inexhaustible targets: bourgeois materialism, carbon dioxide, hate, whiteness. It's bloody (evil) genius! "We're going to wage war against the middle class, natural air, bad thoughts, and skin color — that should keep everyone busy!"
Shurk goes on to describe the idea that "the issue is never the issue." I must be slow, but I have always had a problem with the idea that the issue isn't the issue. But the "MacGuffin" concept makes it clear to me, so thank you Mr. Shurk. It also explains why presenting well developed logical arguments opposing these ideas is met with name calling. Even the Left doesn't believe them. For example, do you really think John Kerry cares about the climate? It's as if the Left is saying "Oh, for heaven's sake, don't be so literal,"  to which the only answer seems to be "Not No, but Hell No!" But I'll let Shurk tell the story:
Weather, white supremacy, who cares? They're not important; what's important is how to train the many to obey the few — that's socialism in a nutshell! Italian dictator Benito Mussolini succinctly defined fascism as "all within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state." Famed director Alfred Hitchcock used the term "MacGuffin" to describe an object or device in a movie that serves merely as a trigger for the plot. If you put both ideas together, you've got a pretty good handle on what socialism really is. Socialism is a way for a small group of people (the oligarchical, blue-check, blue-blood, limousine-liberal, champagne-swilling, Davos-demagoguing, pampered elite) to rule over everyone else by keeping populations so riled up about absolute nonsense that they beg to be ruled over more completely.
Shurk goes on to describe a number of MacGuffins used to scare and distract us from what they are really doing. Whether it is climate doom, or the Wuhan Virus doom, these are just things to get us riled up and frightened until we beg then to provide us with security. We will even give up some of our liberties. Think how we used to travel by air, and look at us now lined up like cattle awaiting slaughter. We pay to have stewardesses lord it over us, as if we were visiting a sadomasocist parlor.

 In Shurk's telling, at the right moment, when we are finally desperate enough, a strong man will take over. We, the people, of course, will not have anyone defending our rights. It used to be we the people who defended our rights. But too many of "we the people" have bought into the fear.

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