This world (not just America) is in big trouble! When you have values which are defined by other than logic, you have a big problem. Today in our world of ‘political correctness‘ we are faced daily with insane and sometimes cowardly views that to even ‘think’ that facts are relative, is to be a hater. One must ask where the foundation for such thinking comes from..? In a word… evil.
Evil is alive and well in not only the world, but the greatest nation in world history — America. (I know Barrack, I’m a deluded right-winger who’s hyped on historical nonsense.) Evil is attempting to ‘right the world’ back to its norm — totalitarian rule through force and fear. So why not start by using fear, later (soon) we’ll get to force. Let’s use Lenin’s approach and outlaw some speech so that we don’t have to address the topics they think are ugly. But being the intellectual people that we are today, we won’t call it propaganda, we’ll call it ‘political correctness‘.!!
I’ve inserted the following video and edited it down (late start) so that you need only watch less than five minutes worth. In this video you will see how the ‘world intellectuals’ are addressing facts and how they should or should not be used. In essence, what you should get out of this narrative is that facts are relative, that they hurt, and we shouldn’t use them. After all, your facts are only ‘your facts’ — not necessarily mine..? What the hell part of facts are we missing here?
If we continue down this road, America, if no one else will be totally lost forever. That would be the one country in the world today that stands as the light for freedom in the future of the world. The question is, do we really want to take that road..?
Although this is a European group, this sort of ‘feel good’ thinking exists right here in America today. This is truly a slippery slope…
“When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.” — Benjamin Franklin
“I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it.” — Benjamin Franklin, On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor; 29 November 1766