Monday, June 5, 2017

Intellectual consistency the left wing bugaboo

As I look back at the body of works I have produced confronting left wing propaganda and mindsets, I realized something. Almost everything I have ever done as a film maker, author, public speaker, satirist and comedian has been an attempt to expose left wing intellectual inconsistency.  I am not saying that conservative views are exempt from hypocrisy. All people can be hypocritical at points, but the political and social left wing is brimming with blatant, non-stop intellectual inconsistency.

That is what every conservative commentator spends ninety percent of their time confronting. George Orwell described in his works "1984" and "Animal Farm" how institutionalized hypocrisy was going to become the norm within society.

"All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others!"

"War is peace. Freedom is slavery".

Orwell showed how people could be engineered to disregard all forms of intellectual consistency and hold two contradicting philosophies at the exact same time and switch back and fourth from one to the other instantly. Hypocrisy shows a blatant flaw in human intellect or morality, and that is why we have traditionally found it frustrating in western society. But this is changing. Our society is embracing moral and intellectual insanity.

Here is a video of a so called "Nigerian intellectual" telling the BBC that Trump is racist for telling a judge that he could not make proper judgement within the US courts because he is Mexican. A false statement to begin with but when Emmet Tyrell confronts her statement, she says only seconds after her statement that Mr. Tyrell has no right to make judgements about race or racism being that he is a white male. One moment we are not allowed to judge someone's judgement based on national, ethnic or racial background, but then we are able to judge someone based on their racial/ethnic background.

As Orwell said, "all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others."

Ladies and gentlemen, 1984 is upon us.

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