Why Is the Left So Insanely Crazy?

 

I always ask, “why?” In this case, “why is the left so insanely crazy?” I tend to think that most things don’t have a single cause but maybe three or four causes that act independently of one another. And after all, knowing what causes are at the root of a major problem is necessary, I think, to even beginning to consider fixing the problem, by fixing them at their root causes.

And we’ve discussed generically two causes; and as for the third cause, we have attempted to psychoanalyze the loud or the proud or the violent left, and we’ve mentioned that the future may look empty and fruitless to the younger generations, due to lack of economic parity with their parents, and lack of opportunities, and digital social isolation. So far I think we have generally identified two, and now I think I’ve read about a third.

The two causes I think we can pretty much generally agree on are:

1. Divorcing ourselves from God, and thereby remaining open to any other philosophy or religious presentation.

2. The “march through the institutions” and the successive brainwashing of generation after generation; but what is the cause of this? I suppose, aggressive communist infiltration and subversion.

3. And now, finely tuned psyops – transferred to your viewing screen, in your pocket, where ever you go. The upgraded reintroduction of techniques drawn from MKULTRA. It really seems to explain the rage and the intransigent thinking of otherwise nice people, family, and old friends.

The second half of this post is a good succinct explanation taken from Jack Wedam’s article at American Thinker.

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But first a quick takeaway on what MKULTRA is for those who may not be aware. These are snippets from the 173-page report to Congress in 1977 (including to Joe Biden) and long but worth the read.

PROJECT MKULTRA, THE CIA’S PROGRAM OF RESEARCH IN BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION

JOINT HEARING BEFORE THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE AND THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH OF THE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES

UNITED STATES SENATE NINETY-FIFTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION

AUGUST 3, 1977

***

Senator WALLOP. So I think it is fair to say, too, that the experience of many American prisoners of war in the Korean conflict would indicate that there are behavior modification procedures in use by foreign powers of a fairly advanced degree of sophistication.

Admiral TURNER. Yes, sir. Senator WALLOP. Again, I will just go back and say I think this must have been part of the motivation.

***

Senator SCHWEIKER. Mr. Gittinger, a moment ago you mentioned brainwashing techniques, as one area that you had, I guess, done some work in. How would you characterize the state of the art of brain-washing today? Who has the most expertise in this field, and who is or is not doing it in terms of other governments? During the Korean war there was a lot of serious discussion about brainwashing techniques being used by the North Koreans, and I am interested in finding out what the state of the art is today, as you see it.

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APPENDIX A

XVII. TESTING AND USE OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL AGENTS BY THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY

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4. MKULTRA was the principal CIA program involving the research and development of chemical and biological agents. It was “concerned with the research and development of chemical, biological, and radiological materials capable of employment in clandestine operations to control human behavior.”

In January 1973, MKULTRA records were destroyed by Technical Services Division personnel acting on the verbal orders of Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, Chief of TSD. Dr. Gottlieb has testified, and former Director Helms has confirmed, that in ordering the records destroyed, Dr.Gottlieb was carrying out the verbal order of then DCI Helms.

MKULTRA began with a proposal from the Assistant Deputy Director for Plans, Richard Helms, to the DCI, outlining a special funding mechanism for highly sensitive CIA research and development projects that studied the use of biological and chemical materials in altering human behavior. The projects involved:

***Research to develop a capability in the covert use of biological and chemical materials. This area involves the production of various physiological conditions which could support present or future clandestine operations. Aside from the offensive potential, the development of a comprehensive capability in this field of covert chemical and biological warfare gives us a thorough knowledge of the enemy’s theoretical potential, thus enabling us to defend ourselves against a foe who might not be as restrained in the use of these techniques as we are.***

MKULTRA was approved by the DCI on April 13, 1953 along the lines proposed by ADDP Helms.

Part of the rationale for the establishment of this special fund-ing mechanism was its extreme sensitivity. The Inspector General’s survey of MKULTRA in 1963 noted the following reasons for this sensitivity:

a. Research in the manipulation of human behavior is considered by many authorities in medicine and related fields to be professionally unethical, therefore the reputation of professional participants in the MKULTRA program are on occasion in jeopardy.

b. Some MKULTRA activities raise questions of legality implicit in the original charter.

c. A final phase of the testing of MKULTRA products places the rights and interests of U.S. citizens in jeopardy.

d. Public disclosure of some aspects of MKULTRA activity could induce serious adverse reaction in U.S. public opinion, as well as stimulate offensive and defensive action in this field on the part of foreign intelligence services.”

Over the ten-year life of the program, many “additional avenues to the control of human behavior” were designated as appropriate for investigation under the MKULTRA charter. These include “radiation, electroshock, various fields of psychology, psychiatry, sociology, and anthropology, graphology, harassment substances, and paramilitary devices and materials.” The research and development of materials to be used for altering human behavior consisted of three phases: first, the search for materials suitable for study; second, laboratory testing on voluntary human subjects in various types of institutions; third, the application of MKULTRA materials in normal life settings.

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This is from Jack Wedam‘s article “CIA-developed influence strategies kept showing up in the last 18 months” at American Thinker:

The same Senate report claims… that all the MKUltra documents were destroyed. However, US Patent 8,095,492, issued in 2012, claims “a set of MKUltra documents were discovered, which had escaped destruction by the CIA” and were used to develop the seemingly anodyne “influencing strategies” that are the patent’s subject.

That re-naming is significant because many consider the word “brainwashing” a pejorative. For those trying to disguise their nefarious activities, “influencing strategies” sounds much nicer and more respectful, softer, and gentler. Still, using subliminal tactics to change people’s minds to advance political agendas is despicable, no matter the label.

Reading patents can be boring and time-consuming. However, you do not have to read all of the document’s “influencing strategies” to find a tremendous amount of disturbing information. After you pull up the patent, use the find feature on your computer (CTRL+F), and then search for the following words and phrases:

  • MKULTRA
  • CIA’s “manual on trickery”
  • psychological and social distortion of information
  • deceive
  • deceptive statistics
  • manipulate
  • false choices
  • all the clever tricks, must be concealed
  • brainwashing
  • the best deceptions are the ones that seem to give the other person a choice
  • influencing an actor using expertise

The patent is filled with many more examples of brainwashing techniques.

US Patent 8,095,492 also makes frequent mention of expert opinions, expert interviews, expertise, etc. as means by which to influence people. (NB: Textual errors are in the original quotations):

  • “Expert opinions are also used to impact the advice provided.”
  • “Influencing groups and individuals by applying results of social science.”
  • “Social projection and most people think that most other people agree with them about their views on the false consensus effect, things.”
  • “Exaggerated impressions of social support.”
  • “The `historical movies` that come out of Hollywood are examples of how telling a good story often distorts facts.”
  • “Asking an actor to advocate for the your position as an expert.”
  • “When someone believes you are an expert, they will tend to defer to your more than others opinions regardless of the sensibility of those opinions.”

Don’t those sound remarkably like some of the talking points repeated so often in the news media and social media? Believe the scientists. Trust the experts. Believe the expert opinions.

This patent also indicates that a person or organization can create a system that tracks people as individuals and continually monitors the success of the influencing strategies on the targeted individual. A computer system can then automatically recommend influence actions to further influence the behavior of the targeted individual towards a “desired outcome.” Artificial intelligence is also mentioned in this patent.

According to a former CIA insider, “‘Everything you have in that cellphone,’ she says, pointing to an iPhone, ‘is what we were working on for our whole careers.’” It’s an interesting coincidence, to say the least, that the same smartphones that constantly pump information into us through social media and news apps came from the same CIA that created the original “influencing strategies.”

We generally note the start of the decline in society and the rise of racism again with the installation of President Obama in 2008, and isn’t that about the time that (addictive) smartphone became popular?

There is absolutely no way of knowing whether Democrats across America – in the government, the social media arena, the mainstream media, etc. – know a single thing about MKUltra. It is, though, noteworthy that they’ve inundated America with “influencing strategies” that have succeeded in turning the gullible among us into fanatics. These fanatics often rage at others who dare to disagree with the information they’ve internalized – even when much of that information reliably proves to be wrong and the remainder can be intelligently and reasonably rebutted.

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  1. Rodin Member
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    Recall that Obama had a expert in influencing in his administration, Cass Sunstein. He promoted, quite openly, creating regulations that would funnel people into a fixed series of choices that would lead to better outcomes (as he defined them). Scott Adams’ book, Win Bigly, is all about techniques employed to influence people. We are always subject to influence, but we are better positioned to consider rationally our choices when we are aware of how we are being influenced. And this is the key to the trick: don’t let them catch you at it. Influence is different from argument and advocacy. It is designed to play on emotions and override conscious thought. The ultimate goal is to place something in your mind in a way that you think it was your idea all along. Our inchoate narcissism values most that which we think is original to us. That is why we tend to follow news programming and pundits that seem to agree with us and resist listening to “crazy” people.

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  2. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
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    Interesting stuff. 

    Enjoyed our chat yesterday. 

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  3. Ekosj Member
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    No need to invoke secret government programs.    It’s being done openly and publicly.    Google, Facebook, Twitter etc make billions and billions of dollars based on their admitted abilities to influence and change their users’ behaviors.  See  Shoshana Zuboff’s Surveillance Capitalism.

    It’s not coincidence that the spike in the craziness, the rise of Big Tech and their political activism, and the “equity” movement are concurrent.  “Equity”  has been Google’s chief economist Hal Varian’s pet project since at least 1973.   I’ve written about this before.

    Interestingly, Varian’s seminal work in ‘computer mediated transactions’ forms the basis of ‘surveillance capitalism’

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  4. Stad Coolidge
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    I think the left drives themselves crazy because they live with cognitive dissonance every day.  Deep down inside, I’ll bet many of them know what they say, believe, and do are wrong, but they say, believe, and do leftist things anyway because they have a herd instinct ruled by political correctness/wokism.

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  5. Bob Thompson Member
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    William Casey. CIA Director 1981-1987. “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete. when everything the American public believes. is false.” William Casey.

    This quote is attributed to Casey by :

    Not only does Barbara Honegger claim he said it, but apparently he said it in response to what he saw as his goal as CIA Director!

     

    This statement was further backed by an email posted by Quora user Greg Smith from Honegger regarding the quote which is consistent and apparently prompted her to tell the story above:

     

    “Seriously – I personally was the Source for that William Casey quote. 

     

    He said it at an early Feb. 1981 meeting in the Roosevelt Room in the West Wing of the White House which I attended, and I immediately told my close friend and political godmother Senior White House Correspondent Sarah McClendon, who then went public with it without naming the source…”

    Then we have from Jack Anderson:

     

    In this particular instance, someone who was there when William Casey said the line in question and claims to have literally heard the words come out of the man’s mouth with her own ears as he said it is vouching that this quote is true.

     

    Then again, this is the same agency on record behind the government’s MKUltra mind control program, an illegal project in which the CIA experimented on Americans for over two decades (that we know about) to manipulate mental states and brain function with everything from drugs to microwaves – the kind of stuff DARPA is openly working on today – all of which makes the piddly quote in question here seem like mere child’s play by comparison.

     

    Even so, people still went into the Quora thread afterwards to claim – with absolutely no evidence whatsoever as they were not personally there – the quote is false.

     

    So, in a bitter twist of the saddest irony possible, it would seem the contents of the quote itself are also true.

     

     

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  6. DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) Coolidge
    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!)
    @DonG

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy.  That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person.  You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy.  Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power.  Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

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  7. Bob Thompson Member
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    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    No question in my mind regarding those who reach for power and control. I don’t think, for those, there is an “emotion” requirement. Those in for the power and control are using the “influencing strategies” to instill values that service the objectives sought. Subjugated individuals escape only when they have a crossover to an enlightened state. One thing I see that appears to attract followers is the notion that the existence of evil in human nature is not a real thing and can be somehow eliminated or abolished rather than overcome and subdued by rational process.

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  8. Flicker Coolidge
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    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Interesting stuff.

    Enjoyed our chat yesterday.

    Yeah.  Me too.

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  9. Flicker Coolidge
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    @Flicker

    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    William Casey. CIA Director 1981-1987. “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete. when everything the American public believes. is false.” William Casey.

    This quote is attributed to Casey by :

    Not only does Barbara Honegger claim he said it, but apparently he said it in response to what he saw as his goal as CIA Director!

     

    This statement was further backed by an email posted by Quora user Greg Smith from Honegger regarding the quote which is consistent and apparently prompted her to tell the story above:

     

    “Seriously – I personally was the Source for that William Casey quote.

     

    He said it at an early Feb. 1981 meeting in the Roosevelt Room in the West Wing of the White House which I attended, and I immediately told my close friend and political godmother Senior White House Correspondent Sarah McClendon, who then went public with it without naming the source…”

    Then we have from Jack Anderson:

     

    In this particular instance, someone who was there when William Casey said the line in question and claims to have literally heard the words come out of the man’s mouth with her own ears as he said it is vouching that this quote is true.

     

    Then again, this is the same agency on record behind the government’s MKUltra mind control program, an illegal project in which the CIA experimented on Americans for over two decades (that we know about) to manipulate mental states and brain function with everything from drugs to microwaves – the kind of stuff DARPA is openly working on today – all of which makes the piddly quote in question here seem like mere child’s play by comparison.

     

    Even so, people still went into the Quora thread afterwards to claim – with absolutely no evidence whatsoever as they were not personally there – the quote is false.

     

    So, in a bitter twist of the saddest irony possible, it would seem the contents of the quote itself are also true.

     

    Yes, I’d heard the quote a long time ago but had 1) forgotten it, and 2) never taken it seriously as an agency position , but more as a sardonic quip.  The whole DARPA MKULTRA thing is too bizarre and unnerving to think about much, but it really does singularly explain an awful lot.

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  10. Flicker Coolidge
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    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    That may be so, but still, screaming into a cell phone while in your car and posting it on youtube is crazy.  We’ve all seen tweets like these put this one stands out.

     

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  11. Flicker Coolidge
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    Bob Thompson (View Comment):

    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    No question in my mind regarding those who reach for power and control. I don’t think, for those, there is an “emotion” requirement. Those in for the power and control are using the “influencing strategies” to instill values that service the objectives sought. Subjugated individuals escape only when they have a crossover to an enlightened state. One thing I see that appears to attract followers is the notion that the existence of evil in human nature is not a real thing and can be somehow eliminated or abolished rather than overcome and subdued by rational process.

    See my tweet above at #10.  That looks like evil to me.  Either that or play acting at evil.

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  12. Unsk Member
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    Most Leftists are very unhappy people.  Leftist ideology did not make them that way for  they are by nature at least a little mentally unstable already.

    Many of these people are searching for a solution to their unhappiness and what they perceive as the untold slights heaped upon them by the Deplorable Ones, you know those God fearing, gun owning Neanderthals of the Right. The Left has been to use this search for happiness   to ingratiate itself  into the minds of these unstable people by offering  a cure for one’s unhappiness in the promise to be an “enlightened” one, an elite,  a person so much better than all those disgusting bitter clinger deplorable,  a person who upon joining the  great Leftist March Forward  will  get to wield great power over others, particularly all those damn, insulting deplorables who have for so long made life miserable for the vaunted Leftist to be.

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  13. Joseph Eagar Member
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    I’m a subscriber to the elite overproduction thesis.  The upper middle class has simply gotten too big and the resulting social competition is driving anti-social behavior.

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  14. The Reticulator Member
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    Joseph Eagar (View Comment):

    I’m a subscriber to the elite overproduction thesis. The upper middle class has simply gotten too big and the resulting social competition is driving anti-social behavior.

    Reminds me of my own comment earlier today: https://ricochet.com/985339/xi-and-me/#comment-5547082

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  15. Flicker Coolidge
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    Joseph Eagar (View Comment):

    I’m a subscriber to the elite overproduction thesis. The upper middle class has simply gotten too big and the resulting social competition is driving anti-social behavior.

    Or there’s this from Ace of Spades.

    REYNOLDS’ LAW & DEFERRED GRATIFICATION

    Law Professor Glenn Reynolds (aka “Instapundit”) succinctly explained the futility of trying to give people a middle-class lifestyle if they are not required to earn it. The following is now known as “Reynolds’ Law.”

    The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.

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  16. The Reticulator Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):
    The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.

    Similar to anything the government does to subsidize families. It doesn’t strengthen them; it undermines them. 

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  17. Flicker Coolidge
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    The Reticulator (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):
    The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.

    Similar to anything the government does to subsidize families. It doesn’t strengthen them; it undermines them.

    Yeah, come to think of it not only when government subsidizes something to improve the standard of living, whether is college, or home purchases, or medical care it, increases the cost and simultaneously lowers the quality.

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  18. Bob Thompson Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    REYNOLDS’ LAW & DEFERRED GRATIFICATION

    Law Professor Glenn Reynolds (aka “Instapundit”) succinctly explained the futility of trying to give people a middle-class lifestyle if they are not required to earn it. The following is now known as “Reynolds’ Law.”

    The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.

    Why is this even hard to understand? Premise: All capable adult individuals should perform at some level productive acts that yield some value either to themselves or for others. Experience shows that humanity divides into several categories: those who are capable and produce in excess of what is required to sustain themselves and those less capable who produce less than needed for their sustenance. Then there are those with impaired capability. Society is a place where deficiencies can be addressed. The family is where society begins to build a mechanism to instill the knowledge, understanding, and values that lead to processes that facilitate this balancing of needs.

    When one understands how things work in a family environment and then learns how to be an adult a republic as that handed to us by our founders can flourish. That’s not what we are witnessing today.

       

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  19. Stad Coolidge
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    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    I call any person who says it’s okay for a teenage boy to declare he is really a female and allow him to shower with females in their locker room is not only crazy, but should be put away in a padded room somewhere . . .

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  20. Stad Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Interesting stuff.

    Enjoyed our chat yesterday.

    Yeah. Me too.

    Good show!

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  21. Front Seat Cat Member
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    Now I understand why people ‘go off the grid’. What Bill Gates, and Musk and those at MIT are working on (that many don’t know) are like Frankenstein’s lab – I feel like they are being paid to do it. This is leading to a trans-human world devoid of free will, soul and spirit, something out of a sci-fi movie. It’s a perfect way for a concentrated few to rule over the rest, and go around any government’s including our own) rights and laws. It’s like a Tower of Babel was created. We know that God is in charge and the tower will crumble, and blow away with a puff of wind. These times are predicted – read Jesus’ words of warning. 

    Stay vigilant and guard your on-line life as well as most importantly, your soul. Don’t get sucked into a rabbit hole of worry and anger. That is what they are counting on, and using fear to do it.

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  22. DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) Coolidge
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    That may be so, but still, screaming into a cell phone while in your car and posting it on youtube is crazy.  We’ve all seen tweets like these put this one stands out.

    Yet, if you know that the Left gets power from expressing outrage at the correct targets and also from playing the victim, the screaming makes sense.  They crave the attention like a vampire needs fresh blood.  You might also think it is crazy for monkeys to fling poop, but that is how they rise in the social hierarchy.  Fascinating, right?

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  23. Flicker Coolidge
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    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    DonG (2+2=5. Say it!) (View Comment):

    I reject the premise that the Left is crazy. That is a judgement from your perspective as a logical person. You are like a Vulcan here calling the humans illogical/crazy. Instead, view the Left as a human that “thinks” with emotions and is eager for power. Once you accept that, folks on the Left have sensible behavior.

    That may be so, but still, screaming into a cell phone while in your car and posting it on youtube is crazy. We’ve all seen tweets like these put this one stands out.

    Yet, if you know that the Left gets power from expressing outrage at the correct targets and also from playing the victim, the screaming makes sense. They crave the attention like a vampire needs fresh blood. You might also think it is crazy for monkeys to fling poop, but that is how they rise in the social hierarchy. Fascinating, right?

    So monkey’s aren’t merely psychopaths?

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  24. EHerring Coolidge
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    Many humans are bullies . Usually they are suppressed by more moral folks. Membership in “the left” gives them a club to join and the group power to unleash their desire to bully.

    Others bully in a different way. Their self-esteem drives them. They, too, are in the “left club ” because it enables them to fulfill their life-calling of lording over us as our mental superiors.

     

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