How The Left Benefits From National Decline

By Enoch Was Right

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One of the most pernicious facts of politics is that the left has every incentive to encourage the spread of mediocrity, degeneracy and failure. The essence of the political left is egalitarianism; the view that all humans are “equal”. It is vital then to ask then, who favours egalitarianism? Aside from the leftist political and cultural elite who directly stand to increase their power from it, the people who most benefit from egalitarianism are those who are resentful or failing. People who are doing well don’t want to be dragged down to the level of equality, but those doing badly gain from being elevated to a position of equality. Therefore, the political left has an extremely strong incentive to increase the number of people who are failing in society or who perceive themselves as such. If we examine the political platform of the left, this pattern occurs time and time again.

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The Trouble With Mars and Venus

By Badb Catha

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Edmund Blair Leighton, The Dedication

 

If anything highlights the need for a saner, restorative male-female counterbalance it’s the urban ghetto or the council estate. As bastions of single-mother households, they are perfect examples of matriarchy in action, or rather, of women in collective passivity. In the absence of positive male authority and leadership, children, most notably teen boys, run rampant. While those of European descent have been most deeply imbibed the dogma of permissive liberalism, other ethnic communities such as Sikhs, Muslims, etc. impose their own internal laws and mores onto their young. We do not, however, live in a world without externalities. When a son goes rampant, the entire community suffers through petty crime and the loss of another one of its members to life’s scrapheap. We live in a very strange time where deadbeat dads are (rightfully) scorned, while the most irresponsible of deliberately single mothers are championed as trailblazing heroines of the most ‘empowered’ variety.

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