Monday, March 28, 2011

No. 11: Order

Over the next few weeks I will be performing my own little political countdown. It's more for my amusement than anything else, but I also feel that it's a good way to glimpse into the mind of the average Liberal. Such humorous creatures these Liberals, and yet so mysterious. This is my list of the top 20 things Liberals don't believe. We'll say it's in the interest of understanding one another.

"In the beginning the organizer's first job is to create the issues or the problems" - Saul Alinsky

"The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe.  You have to make it fall" - Che Guevara

"Peace is the absence of opposition to socialism" - Karl Marx

Common sense Americans understand that utopia on earth is a fantasy, a myth.  This understanding may be based on religious beliefs for some, and for others it is based on, well, common sense.  Whatever the basis, those of us anchored in reality understand the reality of the world.  Heaven on earth cannot be engineered by man. 

The Liberal rejects this.  The Liberal believes in a man-made utopia and aggressively pursues it.  How is their utopia defined?  Well, you can reference many different Liberal thinkers.  John Lennon said "Imagine no possessions".  Karl Marx described the absence of opposition to socialism.  Barack Obama said "spread the wealth".  I could cite other examples but the basic formula is justice.  That is the root of the Liberal utopia, first crafted by Karl Marx and championed by many who came after him.  In a word, utopia is socialism.

But the Liberal understands that socialism is not attractive to the common sense American.  We are a nation that is built on the traditions of self-reliance, hard work, and overcoming adversity.  We are not a nation of handouts.  We are generous to those in need, but we abhore laziness and sloth.   And common sense Americans understand that a socialist system breeds laziness, that social justice rewards looters, those who take from the ones who work hard for a living.  Because of this, Americans reject Karl Marx and his socialist theory.

This poses a problem for the Liberal, and therefore a strategy has developed.  The Liberal knows that in an ordered society, a society in which Americans are content, the common sense folks will always reject socialism.  But take away that order, create chaos, and you create an environment that is ripe for breeding collectivism.  The Liberal understands that humans will never surrender their basic rights unless life has become miserable.  When fear rules the day, liberty is often the first to be sacrificed.  Therefore, the Liberal seeks to destroy the ordered society and replace it with fear and chaos, the objective being a slow transition to collectivism and, ultimately, utopia.

It is no coincidence that all well-known Liberal thinkers share the common theme of revolution.  Whether it's Joseph Stalin or Vlad Lenin, or Mao Tse Tung, or Fidel Castro, or Alinsky, Louis Farrakhan, Che Guevara, Malcolm X, even the lesser known liberal thinkers like Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright.  They all speak of revolution. 

Revolution (defined partly as) - a radical and pervasive change in society and the social structure, especially one made suddenly and often accompanied by violence. 

Revolution is an idea readily embraced by all who hold Liberal ideals.

Saul Alinsky spoke of it in "Rules for Radicals" and his tactics have been adopted by the radicals worldwide.  This past weekend in the UK you see this on display.  Radicals smashing windows, vandalizing buildings, threatening violence.  You saw it in Wisconsin with radicals obstructing the democratic process and threatening the lives of several GOP lawmakers.

George Soros produces revolution by attacking the US currency, taking extreme measures to devalue the dollar and create economic chaos.  Just as Lenin said, "the best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency".  This is revolution.

Recently, a story broke (ignored by the MSM) about an SEIU big-wig plotting the economic destruction of America.  Stephen Lerner was caught on tape encouraging his followers to stop paying their mortgages with the intent to ultimately crash the US stock market.

In Greece, protests erupted the moment the government began cutting public benefits.  Those protests transformed into riots; eventually fires and destruction spread throughout Greek cities.  Similar protests have been seen in France and Portugal as well as the UK.

The point is this:  Create chaos, create suffering, create fear, and the masses will surrender their liberty.  This is how revolution is achieved.  Never let a good crisis go to waste.

You can see it in the Liberal assault on the family.  His hatred of religion.  His rejection of motherhood.  His economic policies that create fiscal deterioration.  His efforts in bypassing the democratic process through the judiciary.  His overall lack of morality.  His class warfare and use of envy as a weapon, organizing the non-producers to oppose and rebel against those who produce.  All of these things lead to social chaos and it is this that feeds the Liberal cause. 

Order is a product of a civil society.  A civil society will always be one of basic conservative principles and will always reject collectivism.  So the Liberal understands that the civil society must be destroyed and this is best done by attacking conservative principles and eliminating order.

Never let a good crisis go to waste.  Order must be destroyed for collectivism to emerge.

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