The Progressive-Left Doesn’t Think, It Just Emotes

Apr 7, 2018 by

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh –

The Progressive-Left Doesn't Think, It Just Emotes
“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”   –  George Orwell

I have often wondered how the youth of the world hold in synch same beliefs, education, and outlook about the future of the planet. How can people from such diverse cultures, history, languages, and backgrounds share identical ideas and thoughts? How did they all decide to join the same movement such as #resist? Why are Americans resisting abundance and freedom? Why are they craving communist government oppression?

What are they resisting? Who is funding them? Who is indoctrinating them? Who is paying for their blind allegiance, a cult-like international loyalty and movement not necessarily based on logical thought? It seems that the left does not think but emotes.

Are technology and the Internet to blame? Is it the social media to which everyone has become hopelessly addicted, especially younger generations staring at a blue screen and counting the number of “likes” while real life is passing them by? Are the drug culture, the immoral hook up culture, and the Hollywood culture to blame? Is it the destruction of Christian faith and traditional family?

Is there a much stronger force at work behind the scenes that shapes their every waking moment? Is there a wicked design predetermined in the vaunted halls of education or the boardrooms of large multi-national corporations? Is it billionaires who like to play chess on a planetary scale, using humans as pawns? Is it the United Nations and their affiliate organizations? Is it global non-profits? Perhaps all of the above might be true.

Education has a tremendous impact on shaping generations around the globe and the main curriculum seems to be globalism, the new communism. Young people, the global citizens, are taught about Nazism and fascism but their education is stunted when it comes to communism. Somehow they learn a romanticized version of what communism was like; seldom are its 100 million victims mentioned. Students focus on the words equality, free, and social justice to the exclusion of all other inconvenient details. Truth becomes the primary victim in the mis-education of the masses.

The communist Chinese are implementing the Sesame Social Scoring System and Jack Ma, the wealthiest man in China is alleged to be the mastermind behind this movement. His conglomerate of companies includes Verizon and Yahoo. He is on record saying at the World Economic Forum that teachers must stop teaching knowledge from the past 200 years because humans cannot compete with machines in this way.

According to Alex Newman, the Chinese Sesame Credit will score 1.3 billion humans by measuring loyalty to the nation’s “brutal overlords,” punishing or rewarding each citizen according to how bad and how “good” they are.

Under a regime-sanctioned prototype of the system known as “Sesame Credit,” the credit score-style number for each Chinese subject is reportedly to be compiled based on everything from analyses of social-media profiles and book-reading choices to the Sesame Credit scores of friends and acquaintances. “The more you love your oppression and believe your rulers, the higher your score will be. The higher the score, the more benefits you get from the regime. Ultra-slavish subjects with no “thought crimes” on record can apparently even get visas to travel to the West, according to media reports.”

 

Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh — Bio and Archives

Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh, Romanian Conservative is a freelance writer, author, radio commentator, and speaker. Her books, “Echoes of Communism”, “Liberty on Life Support” and “U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy,” “Communism 2.0: 25 Years Later” are available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle.

Her commentaries reflect American Exceptionalism, the economy, immigration, and education.Visit her website, ileanajohnson.com

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