The egotistical mind of the modern progressive intellectual – Neo-Dark Age Man

Neo-Dark Age

Leftists would bring down America, the Shining Beacon on a Hill, with their regressive mentality they believe to be progress.

The modern progressive liberal Democrat sees himself as being “the advanced human being.”  He thinks of himself as more enlightened than people of the past, more intelligent, knowledgeable, and superior to thinkers of those “old fashioned ideas.”  He believes things like old sayings, or the documents like the Constitution or the Magna Carta, or books that teach history, especially the Bible, are outdated and obsolete and that he is not bound by the moral teachings of the past.

But people today are no different than people from yesterday, or a decade ago, a century ago, a millennium ago, or an eon ago.  What has changed is our technology.  Our technology has advanced and improved making our lives easier and better.

Our libraries have become filled with the vast knowledge of mankind.  Technology and civilization have entered the Space Age, science has unlocked the secrets of the atom, we have seen the vastness of the universe, but people are still people.  We know more; have better gadgets and higher schools of learning, but despite spending the past century delving into the psyche of the human mind people are still born ignorant, self-centered, greedy, and egotistical.  What has not changed in an eon of generations is morality.

“He who does not learn from history is doomed to repeat it.” – George Santayana

“We learn from history that we do not learn from history.” – Georg Hegel

Understanding the difference between good and bad, fair and unfair, legal and illegal, and right and wrong is the key to wisdom.  No matter how intelligent you are, how knowledgeable you are, or how advanced you are, if you don’t understand the morality of what is right and what is wrong you are no better than any caveman who acts on emotional compulsion.  This professor believes he’s better than people from the past.

If he had ever studied history, or read the Bible, then he would know that people are the same in every age.  When killing babies in the womb, saving murderers from execution, mocking love of God as fantasy, promoting socialist elites ruling over their fellow man, and advancing all causes of immorality becomes the new Renaissance then it is clear that civilization is not progressing, but regressing.  Infant sacrifice is what Satan calls for whether you believe him to be an actual being are not.  In any event, what is godly or noble or civilized or progressive about it?

As I’ve said many times, everyone starts out an ignorant liberal and must learn morality to become conservative.  Wisdom begins in understanding people and their motivations and the difference between knowing good and bad vs. right and wrong.  The Left has a purpose in striking at people’s egos and keeping them ignorant.  There is purpose in teaching agnosticism and rewriting history to discourage anyone from actually looking into the past.

There are always two sides to every story, and if you don’t critically examine both with a moral compass then it’s easy to lose your way.  People become frustrated, apathetic, and despair if they don’t understand the war being waged between Good and Evil.  They are confused by multi-culturalism and moral relativism, which is their purpose of leftist ideology.

People are people and there will always be new people in the next generation who will be willing to lie, cheat, steal, or kill to satisfy their greed.  Our society has become so ignorant that they believe what they’re told and forget that seeing is believing.  Learning is the key to understanding and learning that actions speak louder than words is the key to trust.  Learn before you make a choice lest you only find that you chose poorly.

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.  It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” – John Adams

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7 Responses to The egotistical mind of the modern progressive intellectual – Neo-Dark Age Man

  1. EIleen says:

    When I was a fan of science fiction novels, I remember reading many novels about chips implanted in brains, and fake food. There were always two forms of government – the totalitarian state where a group of people hijack the technology, which leads to downfall of the government, or the libertarian state, where you pay for everything, including police protection. You wore something very similar to an apple watch, that had programmed in it, everything you agreed to pay for and it was linked to your bank account. Every time you called the police, you got charged.

    What is more interesting is how many of the sci-fi writers predicted people’s relationship with technology. In both societies, technology is actually what controls people and in both governments, which are totalitarian, it is a struggle between those who want freedom and the technology the political class uses to control the masses.

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    • LMinAppleton says:

      There is one concept that I never remember even remotely hinted at in any science fiction program, movie, or book I ever watched or read: the internet. It seems the internet took every science fiction writer by surprise.

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  2. LMinAppleton says:

    dustyk103: The internet is more than just mass electronic communication. It is a global network of communication and information databases available to anyone on the planet with a connection to it. The telephone could be considered mass electronic communication but I cannot access this year’s IRS form 1040 through it and print it or read the latest Microsoft annual report. My point was that the concept of the internet as a network of communication and information was never envisioned in any of the science fiction that I read (until it actually came into being, of course). As an example of what I mean, the science fiction writer Jules Verne envisioned going to the moon a century before we actually landed on the moon.

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    • dustyk103 says:

      This is almost true. Rockets were around for centuries before Jules envisioned one big enough to go to the Moon. Sci-fi of the 50s began envisioning global computer networks as soon as the first computers were developed in the forties. Just because they didn’t think of terms like the Worldwide Web, Internet, or Information Superhighway doesn’t mean they didn’t have some kind of global computerized communication network in their writings. Remember that technology and knowledge have mushroomed at a far greater rate than the population.

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  3. Some people talk like they know what others think. Thinking you know what you don’t know is the definition of foolishness. And talking about half the population as sharing one mind is downright idiotic arrogance. The denial of individuality is one of the major evils of society, and the driving force behind racism, religious intolerance and political divide. The writer here presumes to inform while knowing nothing, except maybe hatred. Much of what is said is no more true of liberals than conservatives–it is blatantly hypocritical and indicative of poor self-insight.
    This is disgusting and offensive.

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    • dustyk103 says:

      Making generalizations about a group that thinks in similar terms is not the same as assuming an entire bloc is identical. It is not my purpose to examine the variations of individuals, but to point out the flaw in the dysfunctional thinking of the group. You are projecting your own finite understanding of others on me, which makes you more guilty of myopic hypocrisy than I.

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