JonRappoport | “Groups have needs, agendas, and problems, and the solution will come from government.” That’s the all-embracing formula.
Who would invent and expand that formula? The beneficiary. Government.
The fake appearance is: victim groups are fighting for recognition and special status, and the government is pushing back—but that’s now a ruse. That’s a cover story. In fact, victim groups and government have the same goal: a relationship based on dependence. One side depends and the other side gives and protects.
The individual is out of the equation. He is portrayed as the greed-obsessed reason these victim groups exist and need help in the first place.
Banks, Wall Street, and mega-corporations are depicted as the end result of individualism, whereas the government is valiantly striving to solve this endemic problem.
In fact, government, banks, Wall Street, and mega-corporations are joined at the hip. They brush each others’ teeth first thing every morning.
Political correctness and the burgeoning movement to outlaw “offensive language” are merely tactics to: preserve groups’ separate identities; foment conflict between them; and ultimately foster their dependence on government authority.
The idea that the free and independent individual is a sociopath responsible for the existence of victims is absurd.
The truth is, you can’t get free individuals to depend on government. Only “besieged groups” can be relied on for that purpose.
In the State’s eyes, a perfect society would be composed of groups who have entirely forgotten the concept of the individual, as if it never existed. Read Entire Article
By Jon Rappoport