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Progressive progress: From ideals to evil

May 28, 2012

Progressive progress: From ideals to evil, every time.

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It  is the iron law of “progressive”  movements that having achieved their goals, they refuse to fade away.   Rather than disbanding upon completion of their mission, these movements,  now fully institutionalized, keep chugging along, and the farther they go, the  more they resemble their sworn enemies, the rationale for their  existence.

The  labor movement that arose as a desperate defense against unbridled exploitation  has degenerated into a stultifying, mafia-style monopoly whose grip on any  business dooms that business to slow strangulation.  The civil rights movement emerged to fight discrimination.   But as its baton passed from Martin Luther King, Jr. to the likes of Jesse  Jackson and Al Sharpton, the movement’s main motto transmogrified from equality  — i.e., abolition of white privilege — into affirmative action — i.e.,  establishment of black privilege.  And equality has come to be denigrated  by the new self-appointed civil rights elite as a particularly insidious form of  racial discrimination.  Feminism born of a legitimate earning for equal  rights and dignity has turned into a female supremacy movement implacably  hostile to the “patriarchy” — i.e., the traditional social  structure.

The  gay rights movement, too, has been transforming itself before our very eyes.   Once a movement fighting against persecution and discrimination, which is  the reason why its initial demands enjoyed wide public support, it has gone from  one triumph to another and won the war.  Today, the issue is moot.   But the gay movement has not declared victory and gone home.  Central  to achieving their goal is bending society to their will and forcing it to  acquiesce to their agenda.

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