The Thinking 

A Vision of the Future

August 3, 2017

ALAN writes:

George Orwell wrote:

If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”

But naked brutality would be needed only to tyrannize people who can recognize evil and summon the will to oppose it. In the years when Orwell wrote, many people could do both. Today, most Americans can do neither.

In place of naked brutality, I see a somewhat different vision of the future: It stares at us wherever we look—in public places, on public transit, in newspapers, in magazines, on television, on the Internet, in commerce, in advertising, in retail stores. It is the image of a young feminized woman having “fun” and wearing a perpetual, vapid, adolescent-witted smile: Multiculti mush and poison dished out by the Feminoid Sisterhood fronting for Nanny Government.

Equally bad are the endless announcements on public transit instructing passengers to “use the sidewalks and crosswalks for safety”, recited in computer-generated recordings designed to mimic a woman’s voice.

Imagine a “partnership” of Feminoids and Nanny Government instructing us for our own good.
I need a good laugh: Tell me that Washington, Jefferson, and the other early Americans would have listened to such announcements and said, “O Thank you, benevolent Nanny Government, for giving us those instructions. We are so dumb that we would have walked directly into a stampede of horses were it not for those instructions provided by such a sweetheart government.”

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