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The Mind & Morality of the Modern Liberal – Part 1

The Mindless Foot Soldier

Dubbed as the “Grand Unified Field Theory of Liberalism“, Evan Sayet explains the mind of the modern liberal (progressive).

The modern liberal has prescribed to a philosophy which demands them to be utterly indiscriminate. The issue is that the ability to discriminate, i.e. to differentiate between different concepts and ideas, is the essence of human rationality and thought.

Discriminate (verb) :

to distinguish by discerning or exposing differences : to recognize or identify as separate and distinct

Now Pause! Don’t be scared of the word discriminate. The visceral, negative gut feeling when simply hearing it is due to decades of propaganda. This is the purpose of propaganda. Understand it, be rational, re-read the definition above…. Now continue reading.

In short, the modern left has opted to stop thinking. They have ceased to differentiate between ideas and concepts. They have been taught to believe that rational thought is a hate crime and believe indiscriminateness to be their ultimate moral imperative.

So in their eyes, those who do believe certain ideas and concepts are right and wrong, good or bad, are breaking the ultimate moral code, and they must be silenced, shut down, removed from the public.

From this moral basis, comes everything we see today. Sayet explains it clearly in the video below.

Takeaway from this section:

In order to fight your enemy, you must understand them. The modern liberal foot soldier does not think. Their ONLY moral code is to not differentiate between ideas and concepts. Their entire purpose is to tear down those who do believe some ideas and concepts are good or bad.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

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