Usually I lace my blogs with dry humor, and I’ve tried for this one…I‘ve really tried. The problem is that, despite my wishes that it weren’t so, I’m going to have to scrape the bottom of a deep well. I use that term because that’s where we and Timmy are and, although we can yell to Lassie to get Gramps, the truth is only we can get ourselves out….and Timmy.
Although we can climb out ourselves and leave Timmy there for the next episode, I kind of identify with the kid and hate to see him suffer from staying in there….or us – not being Marxists – suffer from guilt. I mention Marxists’ lack of guilt because, girls and boys, that’s the crux of today’s episode….
Herschel Walker just came out to say how disappointed he was in the Marxist origins of Black Lives Matter. He has two good reasons to be concerned. His foundational worries can be summed up in the maxim of “follow the money” and in Santayana’s words: “Those who fail to study history are doomed to repeat it”.
Walker’s research has found that the money trail will lead you back to China. China (in an effort to control the election) can’t give money to the side it wants to win. That would be too obvious. But, as “trained Marxists”, BLM leaders have no conscience when it comes to accepting the sweet, huge, continuous, cash flow, now more than partially funding BLM (the other amounts come from unsuspecting good hearted people, making donations, who don’t know where the other hand is accepting donations from). Those yen, now BLM funds, in turn, are being funneled into plans for a “Democratic” presidency. I put the word “Democratic” in quotes because of Walker’s other worry.
If anyone cares enough to study history, he, she, they, whomever (this political correctness is getting grammatically tedious…maybe someone can come up with an all encompassing pronoun) will see that Marxist trainers always use those who helped get them into power, by promising them the moon and giving them bubkas.
In the case of BLM the three women who came up with the concept of Black Lives Matter and brag that they are “trained Marxists” will, understandably want a big piece of the communal pie. I use the word communal as in comrade…a term the three women used in their original Marxist charter and then dispensed with, to insure that the ideas would “play in Peoria”, be more marketable, hoping we wouldn’t be aware of the game plan.
Marxists love the kind of intelligent useful idiocy (see Edward von Meis’s 1947 work on the coinage of the term “Useful Idiots”) that the three women embody. They hand pick and train these kinds of eager puppies. However, once trained to be effective to entice others to follow them (who doesn’t want to follow and play with puppies) the puppies and those who played with them are too often drowned.
To quote Monk, “Here’s what (historically) happened”:
Once the Marxists win, the trainees’, ironically in the very “woke” state which they created, awaken to the taste of power. Then, “useful idiots”, especially those in positions of “leadership”, once the revolution is won, will, understandably, believe that they deserve their rewards.
Never happened. Not gonna happen in the future.
Having failed to study history, these women, as others before them, will find that their, well-intentioned, better world, dreams have turned into a Marxist nightmare.
Remember Santayana? The one who, wisely, warned us that those who ignore history are going to be repeating it? If you doubt Walker, Santayana, or me- as the messenger (and please don’t shoot the messenger), just look at Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, China (most recently, Hong Kong) as examples. Once the Marxist trainers seize power, those who helped get them there, always want too big a piece of the pie for doing all of the work. Having that deserving feeling, they no longer conform to the Marxist ideology and so, they will be/must be summarily finished off or sent to re-education camps. In effect, it’s the same result.
The only ones left untouched will be the trainers and their close family members. And, those, currently or in the future, farther enough down the familial line, who dare to get out of the Marxist line, will be expendable.
Only we -along with Herschel Walker- can outrun Marxism at the ballot box. We -in Democratic societies- presently have a choice to face that harsh reality. And, speaking of faces, those who fail to face history, will face figurative, if not literal acid, eroding democracy, as quickly as you can say Kim Jong-Nam.
If we don’t do that, if we don’t use our common sense, as Santayana would say, or our saykhel, as our bubbies would say, we’ll be doomed to repeat history, in the form of more madness, more often, and in more places, than just Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Unless we choose not to repeat history, we’ll find ourselves inside and outside of Democracy free shops, within airports, and other public places, much closer to home.
Thank you, Mr. Walker, for waking us up to what’s in store in a Woke World of Marxism. I’m following you, to run as far away from it as I can.