Not many of us have much patience for the identity politics, blame-placing, and lack of accountability we see on the left. Not all of them are like that, of course — many liberals understand the arguments on both sides, and are honestly interested in helping people who need help. That’s fine. That’s not what we’re talking about.
What we’re talking about are the asset-stripping jackals who are never pleased with their gains. They always want more, they always use blame and shame tactics, and they are working from a philosophy that they do not understand which is designed- from nuts to plate- to destroy societies.
The 20th century is replete with examples of people like this from the widely misunderstood French Revolution to the cover men for Communist hellholes like the people who constructed the Potemkin Villages in Russia in the late 1700s. People like this always build tyranny on top of inflexible systems of an ideology whose goal is to create governments that are so strong and rigid that they cannot help but crush the masses underfoot.
It is the dream of shining power fashioned after the ideal of a final solution that culminates in mass starvations like what we see in Venezuela and North Korea.
We could hardly see better modern examples than by watching the president’s State of the Union address, and wonder at the scowling faces of ranking Democrats who take no joy in the progress we’ve made in the last year. As one commenter put it, “You have to be a mother-jiving Luciferian not to applaud record low black unemployment.”
Watch Stefan Molyneux’s philosophical breakdown of the whole speech in the video below.
~ Liberty Video News