Subject: The Fallacy of Government Dependency 07.03.17 11:23
The Consequences of Government Dependency
It is no coincidence that those who now govern the wealth of others and encourage the belief system of equality and multicultural diversity across western societies, the politicians, bankers and big business (the élite), contain the wealthiest individuals.
There are two main strands of thought, those of belief and science. Belief is subjective, a proposal of what might, or should be, as opposed to a reality of what is. Science, on the other hand, seeks to objectively verify truth through reason, fact and logic. Religion is both an example of belief, neither be proven, nor conversely verified by science. Moreover, as politicians promise to change the earth’s climate, feed the world and create equality, the middle class declines, drugs become an escape mechanism, mental illness rates soar and an estimated 62% of US adults now get their news from the social media.
As the west moves back to the future in an obvious attempt to mass-produce a society based on abstracts of equality, diversity and multiculturalism, the consequences have proved devastating. The opposing reality is mass poverty and unemployment, plus widening wealth gaps, ghettoised societies and a continuing cycle of terrorism, in which amazingly (not) the ice caps in Antarctica haven’t melted.
A belief enables those wanting to exist in a self-made comfort bubble to retreat into a denial that anything negative exists around them. They remain the blinkered that politicians rely on to create the reality of the havoc now going on around them. The 1% became rich not through government dependency, but by retaining their unique individuality. The believing liberal population got welfare, a free phone and gay rights. The 'champagne socialists' who espouse a socialist utopia do not live in multicultural areas, made their fortunes from the capitalist system they now say they despise and despite the talk of 'spreading the wealth around', are very reluctant to spread their own wealth around.
As with the abstracts of Liberté, égalité, fraternité, we take a brief look at the New Age version of a utopia.
Equality, Diversity and Multiculturalism
"The revolution won’t happen with guns; rather it will happen incrementally, year by year, generation by generation. We will gradually infiltrate their educational institutions and their political offices, transforming them slowly into Marxist entities as we move towards universal egalitarianism" - Max Horkheimer.
The fallacy of equality lies in a utopic vision of what should be - an illusion based on idealism
The Holy Grail of Equality is arguably the most destructive force to emerge in the last two centuries. From the late 18th century Paris communes to the recent Chávez fiasco in Venezuela; the desire to create utopias has a long and bloody history. The doctrine emerges again in the current era as a west sans borders, the breakdown of family values and the diversity of religion. It is a truism to say that the more equality is socially engineered; the more inequality it produces. There is a direct correlation between increased welfare spending and increasing rates of poverty.
The belief and desire of equality assumes sameness, yet never in history has equality been achieved as it disregards human nature, culture and the values of tradition. When the forces of religious authority, consensus and patriotism (as opposed to nationalism) that held society together for centuries is removed, it heralds in another kind of authority - identity politics. Think BLM, the occupy movement, gay rights . . . The masses become just that, a controllable identifiable mass, each with their own political representative; disabled, Muslim, climate change . . . Reducing individuality to identity in the same way that previously class defined the individual. As the previous self-responsibility, self-reliance and individuality diminishes, the government replaces the family unit as provider (welfare), a guardian (Human Rights), whilst political correctness replaces traditional morals and values.
As equality can never produce upward social mobility, it assumes a downward spiral everywhere it has been tried and reduces society to the lowest common denominator. Ordinarily, people tend to judge by their peer group, when all have nothing, nothing becomes the standard default for that particular society. No government on earth ever succeeded in creating success, or delivering anything above a dependant subsistence level and all advances in society and culture have come from individuals, not minority groups.
Diversity is not tolerant or inclusive; it is the absence of identity
The central tenet of diversity revolves around culture. In theory, if cultural values and norms are learned in childhood, they can be un-learned to produce a New Age ‘citizen of the world’. In practice this is a complete nonsense, as is the slogan of the European Union 'Diversity is our strength', which goes against centuries of consensus enabled communities and countries to develop with shared values. Long recognised as 'roots, belonging', or the adage of 'home sweet home', the introduction of diversity produces the 'no-go areas' now taken for granted in the Western world. Cultures can exist side by side, but cannot successfully integrate, which is the reason all countries have borders to contain differences.
No strong society willingly lends itself to the indigenous suicide of multiculturalism
A close relative of diversity, multiculturalism assumes that if all people and cultures are equal, then there is no reason for borders, patriotism or separation and from where the idea of globalisation stems from. Despite the failure of multiculturalism, the belief continues in large sections of the millennial population. This is 10 minutes of reality, minus the belief propaganda across Europe.
Introducing the Liberal Fascists
The 1% Revolution
The author terms this the 1% revolution by the bankers, politicians and corporations, a type of liberal fascism disguised as progress (progressivism). The belief of freedom is normalised through the mass media, yet produces an almost 20th century Orwellian society, disguised by using Huxley’s interpretation of the 21st century in: 'Brave New World Revisited'. ''Within the next generation I believe the world rulers will discover infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging and kicking them into obedience.''
What would have sent shockwaves through society only thirty years ago is now considered the norm. The UK, despite the rhetoric of the cradle of democracy, has the highest rate of surveillance CCTV anywhere in the world. In Germany since 2010, home schooling is a criminal offence and in Sweden, Internet criticism of immigration policies or politicians was outlawed in 2015. Regressing to a state of infantile reliance, it is unsurprising that populations now have to be warned that a floor is slippery when wet, or that a packet of peanuts contains . . . nuts! This is not freedom; it is authoritarianism by any other name.
Introducing the type of people behind social engineering
Jose Barroso, Maoist, Prime Minister Portugal 2002 – 2004 Arrested in 2003 for suspected tax fraud,corruption and money launderingPresident of the European Union Commission 2004 – 2014.
Angela Merkel (née Kasner) Marxist, German Chancellor disguised behind the terms, Christian, social and democrat Under increasing scrutiny for her role as a propaganda commissar in the East German communist youth league and a senior official in the GDR unity party (SED).
Christine Lagarde, socialist IMF director, awaiting trial on fraud charges in France – 2016.
Removing self-reliance and unique individuality and replacing it with government dependency produces the downfall of western society visible throughout the west today. The final irony is that those dependent, who now complain the most and the occupy movements that protest against the 1%, are the same ones who keep voting them back in. As Einstein once wisely remarked: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"
"It is Christmas Day in the workhouse and the cold, bare walls are bright; with garlands of green and holly and the place is a pleasant sight. For with clean-washed hands and faces, in a long and hungry line; the paupers sit at the table, for this is the hour they dine. And the guardians and their ladies, although the wind is east; have come in their furs and wrappers, to watch their charges feast. To smile and be condescending, put pudding on pauper plates; to be hosts at the workhouse banquet, they've paid for with the rates" - Charles Dickens, "Christmas Day in the Workhouse."