A Cultural Revolution in Slow Motion

I don’t believe in grand historical conspiracies, or in designs that go on over generations. The right suffers from a bad case of “the individualists failed to organize” and the left, by now in their third generation of social dominance, are approaching the sort of behavior and IQ one saw in the last days of the Soviet Union. Or if you prefer, Marxist scientific efficiency has given us in three generations what it took the royal houses of Europe sixteen generations of inbreeding to achieve: an “elite” so profoundly dumb they couldn’t pour p*ss out a boot with instructions on both sides.

Which is why I don’t believe in conspiracies.

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  • Brett_McS

    The attraction of Communism is a bit of a mystery until it isrealised that its central tenet – “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” – is exactly how a family operates. Communism is an attempt to translate the comfortable, familiar (literally) environment of the family onto society as a whole, with the state as mummy and daddy. It’s an appealing idea at an emotional level, especially to the young.

    • Alain

      Even more appealing to single women.

      • El Martyachi

        So what you’re saying is that I need to self identify as communism.

        • Alain

          I have no idea since I did NOT say all single women.

          • El Martyachi

            Well.. guess that’s a dealbreaker.

    • canminuteman

      It is appealing on a very superficial level to people who don’t put any thought into it. I think that most people who are communists are people who make the assumption that they will be the person doing the stomping, not the person being stomped on, or people who think they will be getting other peoples stuff for free.

      In other worlds most communists assume they will be Napoleon and conservatives assume they will be Boxer.