November 5th, 2018
THE LEFT’S SEARCH FOR A WEDGE BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND REALITY – PARASITISM UPON THE PRODUCTIVE.
by Joe Foss
I listened to the Janice Fiamengo interview with Rubin you shared some time ago, and something she said struck me like a bell –
(link: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Janice+Fiamengo+interview+with+Rubin&view=detail&mid=1CD3D47BB0FC4096C2F11CD3D47BB0FC4096C2F1&FORM=VIRE )
The push for indigenous studies is completely coherent with the mindset of the left. They prattle on about “indigenous ways of knowing” and other ways of making decisions, via anecdotes and Elders.
It’s a completely pagan, primitive, world view, which the left didn’t adopt, but gave birth to: received wisdom (elders), subjectivity (anecdotes, feelings), indigenous sciences (paganism).
They push it all as a wedge between themselves and reality, praying to whatever pagan deity to protect them from the consequences of their own actions (law), ignoring reality.
In that sense it is clear why they escalate and push for violence:
Their received wisdom tells them they are Good
They are incapable of seeing things from a different perspective
The very existence of a different perspective and way of life is an implied judgement which finds them lacking, and they have to remove judgement (law)
They are unable to conceive that nobody likes them, and how non cartoonish the violence will be when it comes.