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The Ends of Egalitarianism

June 19th, 2010 by Myrhaf · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

I just want to draw your attention to a piece by Steven Den Beste called “A Feature, Not A Bug.”

Devastating our economy and making us economically uncompetitive is a feature, not a bug. The whole “global warming” scam has been about throttling the industrialized world, especially the US, by restricting use of energy. It was never really about saving the world climate, it was always about trying to bring about international equality. You could tell that because the Kyoto accord restricted use of energy by rich nations, but permitted poor ones to increase their use of energy.

It important to remember that the left’s goal is egalitarianism. To make us all equal requires destruction, not prosperity. Obama’s presidency is a radical departure from what we knew before. I think many Americans are afraid to see this truth in all its horror.

(I’m sorry that I have not been blogging much of late. I’ve been acting a lot. I just finished doing Bottom in Midsummer-Night’s Dream, Capulet in Romeo and Juliet and the Ghost and Claudius in Hamlet. Awesome roles! At the moment I’m doing another great role, Shylock in Merchant of Venice. How could I resist playing a guy who wants to cut a pound of flesh from a Christian? [Come on, now — that was a joke.] I’m busy this summer, but I have not given up blogging, and I expect to get back to it later, especially when we get into election season. Oh, yeah — you know we’ll have plenty to say then.)

One Comment so far ↓

  • L-C

    What independence is to America, egalitarianism is to Sweden. If prosperity is what the Left truly wants, it would have stumbled upon freedom at one point or another, and “succeeded” in a pragmatic way.

    Freedom, however, has been avoided too systematically and precisely to conceal their appetite for destruction.