Statue Derangement Syndrome
"Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities"—Voltaire
Some Americans are suddenly apoplectic with rage caused by ... old statues. You know ... like Thomas Jefferson.
No, these are not any special kind of statues. They are just as immobile and silent as any other statues. Nor do they sport any inflammatory inscriptions.
Although the rage is sudden, the statues themselves are typically about 100 years old. Likewise, nothing new is being said in defense, or in protest, of these statues ... so why the sudden rage?
Anyone who is suddenly apoplectic with rage about something so old, so harmless, and so irrelevant—when America is inundated with existential crises—has clearly been played by those who manufactured the crises.
Many of these are the same people who were enraged the week before by a timid comment posted several months earlier to a company's internal employee suggestion box. However, that international incident had actually begun to peel back the illusion of legitimacy, without which, the players would be finished—like how we all helped to make Hillary an irredeemable threat to the illusion of legitimacy by the time the election was near, thus forcing the players to go with their plan B.
The enraged are helping the players to realize their agenda, which is actually very harmful to the enraged themselves, who are thus working against their own best interests. The players refer to such people as ... "useful idiots." The agenda of the players is to create an army of useful idiots who will neutralize the players' opponents by making frequent frivolous accusations of racism and by baiting them into defending the Confederacy, to which I say, "F**K the Confederacy! Secession Is A Right! That's how America was founded!
The agenda is also to incite conflict because all conflict can be used as a pretext to justify more of a police state.
The agenda is also to erase history ...
“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”—George Orwell, 1984
Why erase history?
"Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past."—George Orwell, 1984