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15 Lies of Liberalism

john201 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 12:42 AM
Our present situation calls for more humility and conservatism than our over-all society is used to, lest the future become remarkably unsatisfactory. There have been times that may have called for, and certainly saw, liberalism and confidence, and for the same reason, lest that moment’s future should have developed in a remarkably unsatisfactory direction. My concepts don’t change, liberalism and conservatism at their cores don’t change, but the times certainly do, and so does my preference as to which approach we need more have, and which, less of. These days I’m proudly conservative…

Liberalism offers up a utopian vision of the world and then invites its practitioners to feel good about themselves for embracing it. Not only does this beautiful fantasy world never come to pass, liberalism fails to address the root causes of the problems it sets out to solve while creating whole new disasters in the process. In other words, it's a never ending circle. There's a problem, liberalism is offered up as the solution, it doesn't work and creates more problems, for which liberalism is offered up as the solution, etc., etc., etc. until you're starving, bankrupt, or your society...