Identity politics has been stripping us of our humanity. The latest case in point aligns with how the homeless population has been allowed to grow unchecked in many urban centers. Homelessness has been a plight since the dawn of civilization. Circumstances create personal problems for people in a myriad of ways. Hopelessness becomes all consuming to the point where personal responsibilities which were once manageable suddenly are too much to handle. Some would argue that it’s a money problem and tell us, “If only we all had a basic income, free health care, and free higher education, then homelessness would not exist!” Responsibilities with this model of free stuff inevitably shift to an administrative group. This group identifies money sources, collects the money, distributes it with a system that is “fair”, and employs a means of enforcement. But would this progressive formula actually mitigate the personal problems inherent to human nature? Think about it!
If I allow an administrator to take control of my basic neccessities and to educate me, will they also be able to control my dreams, wishes and choices? What will be expected of me from this administrative state? And what about morality? Who defines morality and enforces this paradigm?
Now consider our police force…The men and women who are employed by municipalities to protect and serve its citizens. It seems to me that their functions are slowly being eroded by an over zealous political class. Lately the main stream news programs and social media fixate on police brutality as though it was more commonplace than the smuggling happening daily on our boarders. Angry attitudes against the police along with the dangerous aspects of the job itself are causing many municipalities hardships to find new police recruits. Is this by design and does this define a new mindset whereby law enforcement is now seen as the bad actor? To be sure, policing will need a newly defined mission in order to help a controlling administrative state enforce their “fair and progressive” systems.
Judeo – Christian principles were once the sphere of moral precept in our country. As these priciples erode and secular laws replace them, the human capacity for obtaining higher consciousness will decrease and dependency on the administrative state will increase. Each one of us is then acting as a cog in the wheel of an interdependent system and is replaceable if we are not being “perceived” as doing our part.
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive” – Sir Walter Scott, 1808
We can see how the deception is forming the web, but do we know WHO IS THE SPIDER?