Only Time

9/11/2001

When an entire society falls under the spell of a destructive ideology, long periods of madness and brutality can ensue. Among recent ideologies which bring far more destruction than growth include radical Islam, communism, all forms of socialism (including NAZI national socialism), leftist environmentalism, wokeism, and postmodern “progressivism.”

The latter ideologies are contributing to a stark reduction in births among more intelligent women, leading to a society-wide reduction in aptitude, competence, and achievement. The degradation of west coast American cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle can be laid at the feet of modern leftist ideologies that have infested American media, academia, governments, and popular culture.

On 9/11/2001 New York City and the US Pentagon suffered deadly attacks caused by radical muslim ideology. But destruction far worse in the long run is being perpetrated on America by radical leftist ideologies that have infiltrated American institutions almost unremarked.

Black Americans are particularly vulnerable to these radical ideologies, as are large numbers of college educated youth. The intent of organizations such as George Soros’ “Democracy Alliance,” and the DNC, are to destroy societal foundations of clear thought and effective action so that there will be no resistance to arbitrary and absolute radical leftist rule.

It is crucial that society has trustworthy education and media that are separate from government control — and also separate from censorship of large corporations and media conglomerates. More importantly, it is crucial that as many avenues of separation from government oversight and control in all aspects of daily life are explored and exploited.

The importance of the creation of “islands of competence” amid the oceans of general ideological and societal decay cannot be overstated. Time is passing quickly, and most of the big money and big power seems to be backing decay.

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