Tyler write about NGOs as fifth columnists (I’ll be happy to point that out to some people!), and the neocon willingness to push to nuclear war in order to assure “Washington”s [I’ll just say “Jewish”] hegemony; and in the comments Lordflin adds:
Most folks do not realize how terribly close to the edge we have come.
I lost a friendship awhile back with a fellow… bright, successful… all because I raised this subject. That, and I happened to mention that when a society openly embraces homosexuality it is a sure sign of impending doom. Turns out his daughter was a lesbian… according to my daughters. The fact is I have no feelings regarding what folks do in their own homes… well, within reason… I would object if they were burying bodies in the basement for example.
But the point is, and this gentleman is not alone. People have come to believe they can make the world whatever they want it to be. This is always the case when a society is on the verge of self destructing.
The big difference this time… and this time is different in many ways… is that we will take the rest of the world with us…
–Yes. It really is this simple: our decadence is the gnostic heresy of remaking the world in the image of our own (supposedly sui generis) thoughts. And insofar as these thoughts are mere wishes, completely unmoored from facts or metaphysical truths or any kind of teleology, I suppose they are sui generis. But that only makes them all the more awful– their “originality” is that of schizoid delusions.
And it’s almost everybody who believes this. I was staggered to pick up the Penguin History of the World and marvel at the hundred-odd pages at the end, a ludicrous endless NYT editorial of a write-up on the glorious triumph of secular liberalism, the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, pop stars as modern troubadours, the triumph of “science” over religion. What absolute barking bunk! Liberalism is insane, absolutely insane. Poor do-nothing King Richard II would be an improvement for us. God help us.
Deflation cannot come soon enough. Christ, hear us!