Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Monsters Everywhere...

Conspiracy theorists have a great deal in common with the Establishment on both sides of the aisle. They don't like their fellow Americans and show utter disdain for their normalcy and insistence on loving their country because only they can write the script on what patriotism ought to be; they believe themselves to be morally superior and to possess occult wisdom of the daily issues THEY believe are important; they consider their intellectual level to be far superior to their peers when the majority I've encountered have barely more than a high school diploma (B.A. or B.S. to Establishment types); they preach their message with self-righteousness and condescending indignation that demonstrates further the scorn they have toward the uninitiated or non believers in their Scripture of Skepticism and so it goes. Nothing. Nothing can shake their belief in the bogeyman, existential or otherwise. This kind of thought process I am convinced is the natural outcome of many many years wearing the uniform of the social justice warrior. There is no redemption when one believes the sun rising each day is the moon moving in reverse. Luckily, most of them don't vote. They can't find the ever elusive perfect candidate.

Far leftists and CTs * (often but not always one and the same) also fear Trump bc nothing but nothing can shake the impenetrable blockade around their politically corrected brainwashed brains that can only regurgitate the themes of social justice ills they alone are endowed with the wisdom to fix: preoccupation with all things pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel that trumps (no pun intended) their absent sense of patriotism and allegiance (considered to be pathological as evidenced by indignant proclamations regarding their own country while somehow believing they're appointed to school the rest of us by way of scolding us into our shamefulness); oftentimes lashing out at their favorite whipping post aka the United States military; the evils of modern medicine even though they have no education in it except perhaps self-help books and Google which is college to them and so it goes. Jesus Christ himself wouldn't get their votes if He was running but that's mostly because they're either proclaimed atheists or they allow themselves to tentatively embrace a religion likely because it serves a familial, social and cultural need. Hypocrisy is not a word in their vocabulary.

 *CT henceforth to mean "conspiracy theorists" which some may have noticed is my pet theme of late. Sorry but someone has to say it.