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Why Do Liberals Hate Themselves?

Liberal Caucasians hate themselves, yet they feel morally superior to everyone else

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The self-hate that so many liberal Caucasians have for themselves is a strange and curious phenomenon. Ostensibly multi-millions of these individuals loathe themselves because of their white skin color. They’ve been taught — more accurately, brainwashed — to view their skin color and ethnicity as inherently damaging to society. To them, by virtue of their birth alone, they are a cultural blight.

This enormous hate group is mostly comprised of Democrats who form the core of cancel culture. They seek to politically and financially assassinate any person, place, or idea that they deem to be offensive to others, and ironically, not necessarily directly offensive to themselves. This throng is so large, that it dwarfs hate groups on the Left such as Antifa (merely an “idea” to Joe Biden), Black Lives Matter, and other Leftist militants; and the Aryan Nation, KKK, and right-wing militants.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Why do they act this way? They are self-appointed guardians of what they believe is justice, fairness, and equanimity throughout society.

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Concurrently, it is eye-opening to read about minorities who are aghast at what the white majority has sought to cancel because the white majority felt it was offensive to select minorities. You don’t like The Cat in the Hat? On January 21, 2015, Michelle Obama invited The Cat in the Hat characters to the White House to read to young students as part of her ‘Let’s Move, Let’s Read!’ initiative. She stated, “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.”

Did anyone in attendance, including Ms. Obama, deem such characters to be portraying racial stereotypes? Was anybody in attendance offended, insulted, or outraged? Actually, just the opposite is true.

How did The Cat in the Hat and other Dr. Seuss books, and his characters become “racist” between 2015 and now when not one word changed, in any of his book? The answer is that the largest hate group in America, self-loathing liberal Caucasians, also hate everything that they even suspect somehow disparages minorities.

Too Strange for Even Fiction

Yes, these liberal Caucasians hate themselves. Paradoxically, they feel morally superior to everyone else. As such, they exhibit a strange psycho-social phenomenon that researchers and academics likely will be studying for decades, if not centuries: How a hate group, so large, consisting of individuals programmed to hate themselves, en masse, decided to trash any aspect of society that they feel doesn’t meet their subjective “standards.”

Via the internet, these standards spread like kudzu and become entrenched as part of liberal, Leftist, defacto doctrine. And who among them can debate doctrine?

Those on the right, particularly Caucasians, view this phenomenon with near incredulity. How can so many people so thoroughly hate themselves for phantom transgressions that they have not committed?

When the Dam will Break

As they engage in their various forms of ostracism, boycotts, cancel culture, censorship, manipulation, and violence, it’s hard to know when the dam will break. After all, these self-loathing Caucasians gain positive strokes from one another, virtue signals, and undeniable acceptance for being part of the “morally superior” strain of humanity.

This group is bent on its righteous mission and knows that they are on the “right side of history.” Actually, they’re on the right side of cultural lunacy and nothing more.

When will it end? Will it end? Your guess is as good as anyone’s. We can only hope that one by one enough of them will awake from their mass stupor.

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Authors Who Avoid Hasty Conclusions

Much of the information that we encounter, especially via the internet, is only partially true, if not completely bogus

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So much of the information that we encounter today, especially via the internet, is only partially true, if not completely bogus. As such, I admire the work of selected authors over the past few decades. They remind me to check out what seems to be common knowledge, for the truth the lies beyond it:

Self-help author Denis Waitley observed Albert Einstein always scored quite well in math and science. Some “historians” noted that his top grade of six on a scale of one to six dropped to a level of one from one year to the next, and they arbitrarily assumed he had started to flunk those courses. The school had reversed its grading system, however, to make the highest grade a one instead of a six.

For decades, no one had bothered to examine the original “evidence” leading to the proclamation that Einstein was an academic failure.

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Pop Trends

In her book, Backlash, author Susan Faludi told how “pop” market forecasters made a fortune by reviewing popular media, such as newspapers, television, movies and so forth, and then concluding what trends are looming in America. The extreme fallacy with this method of forecasting, Faludi noted, is that it tends to promulgate that which only a handful of editors, publishers and directors believe or perpetrate. No hard data supports the “forecasts.”

One such forecaster was credited with coining the term “cocooning” for the 1980s, where working men and women, particularly women, decided to spend more time in the household. Faludi shows that the assertion has no relationship to U.S. Department Bureau of Labor Statistics that indicated an increase in the number of women in the workforce and in the time each spent outside the home.

Nevertheless, corporations paid hefty sums to be told where we were all headed next. Because many other factors can obscure results, if the predicted “trend” then doesn’t help the corporate customer, it is rarely linked back to the forecaster. Such companies would do better, observed Faludi, to simply consult the U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other sources that independently collect data, presumably with no bias.

Dastardly Dads?

Faludi also uncovered this: The “fact” that an epidemic of divorced fathers refused to pay child care, which is a falsehood that distorted reality for decades. According to U.S. Census Bureau figures, the great majority of fathers with joint custody of their children – nearly 90% – paid their entire support obligation, in full and on time. Some 80% of fathers with visitation privileges, but not joint custody, paid regularly. Only when the courts deprive fathers of both custody and access do support levels drop to under 50%, the figure mistakenly attributed to all fathers.

Despite the strong correlation between a man’s ability to have joint custody or visitation with his children and his willingness to make regular support payments, most legislators and judges didn’t seem to see it. Their automatic and immediate response in cases of nonpayment was to blame the male, instead of enforcing the man’s right to visit his children and encouraging father-child relationships.

By continuing to make the majority of child custody awards to women, the courts systematically disregarded the role fathers played and all but ensured that the children would have adjustment problems. Even if a man legally wins visitation rights, his ability to visit his kids isn’t guaranteed. Judges don’t often put uncooperative mothers in jail. So, fathers end up going to court repeatedly – a costly venture. Sometimes after many attempts to visit their children, some fathers withhold support payments to force what the courts will not.

The media, charging to no one’s rescue and in search of thirty second sound bites, label such fathers as deadbeat, or worse. Hence, the widespread misconception about the true nature of what’s going on in this critical arena continues even to this day.

Abounded Influence

In his acclaimed 1990 book, Agents of Influence, author Pat Choate debunked the myth that the Japanese, as a whole, significantly contributed to the development of innovation and technology as evidenced by their annual lead in the number of U.S. patents they had filed and obtained. As Choate explained, the Japanese tilted the economic playing field, via the ruthless art of “patent flooding.”

When a U.S. firm, for example, applied for a patent representing an innovation on which the Japanese wanted to capitalize, Japanese firms issued a flurry of patent applications that surrounded the technology at hand. Thus, the original developer or inventor could not market his invention  without getting clearance from the Japanese, who could tie up an invention in the courts simply because they held nuisance patents for a component or contributing element to the major patent.

After decades of such tactics, and with China included as a leading culprit, the U.S. government still has failed to install comprehensive, necessary protections to safeguard the toil and genius of the original American patent applicant. As such, our government has unwittingly contributed to the redistribution of billions of dollars in royalties and revenues to others.

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Friends: Real and Imagined

Technology can aid humankind but if we are not careful it can diminish the quality of our lives

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Researchers from the National Opinion Research Center have found that people who watch a lot of television seem to be as psychologically content as people who have many friends.

These disappointing findings stem from the fact that, “the human brain evolved long before television came along, so subconsciously it recognizes any face it sees regularly as a friend, even if it is on the screen,” says Satoshi Kanazawa, Ph.D., author of the study.

Does the above explain why society remains in a stupor of overfed, undernourished, overweight, socially inept citizens? After all they are, indeed, getting their social and psychological strokes by tuning in to see their favorite “friends” each week.

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Stuck in a Stupor?

Technology can certainly be an aid to human kind but if we are not careful it can greatly diminish the quality of our lives. Technology distracts us from our own thought, daydreams, even our own imagination.

When we fill in the time from the car to the elevator and the elevator to the office, or from lunch back to the office, with a cell phone, we interrupt the opportunity for people to marinate in their own imaginations.

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