A Society that Can’t Handle the Truth
We know that the world we see in movies and on television shows is make believe. It is more difficult for many people to believe that what they see on news shows and documentaries is just as false — or more so — than what is portrayed in fiction.
Taking race relations as an example, we know that there is a censored race war of sorts taking place, with whites being singled out as victims of violence from Sweden to France to Milwaukee to Seattle to Sydney.
On websites such as Stuff Black People Don’t Like, the Thug Report, Violence Against Whites, and many other politically incorrect sites, you can find links to stories in local media that you will never see in national media. A censored, low-level, widespread race war.
The media serves us the multicultural vision of the world instead, where rather than being seen as the daily violent instigators of unprovoked crimes, blacks are instead portrayed as the eternal innocent victims of “discrimination.”
The multicultural vision of the world … serves the interests of those in the media, who thrive on moral melodramas. So do whole departments of ethnic “studies” in academia and a whole industry of “diversity” consultants, community organizers and miscellaneous other race hustlers.
The biggest losers in all this are those members of racial minorities who allow themselves to be led into the blind alley of resentment and rage, even when there are broad avenues of opportunity available. And we all lose when society is polarized. __ Thomas Sowell
As more and more innocent people of all different ethnic and cultural groups are victimized by thuggish brutes out to avenge decades- and centuries-old crimes, the multicultural vision of the world becomes a much more difficult scam to achieve in a convincing manner.
Almost everything about modern media and culture is cheap and unconvincing, a sham pulled over the eyes of the public to maintain the current power structure of societies.
But reality can only be revoked for so long. And when the laws of reality come crashing back, you will want to be as dangerous as you can possibly be.
It is never too late to have a dangerous childhood.