I have noticed a marked tendency to think that once pandemic blows over everything will go back to the way it was before—or even better, because of Elon Musk’s electric flying cars and fly-thru sex change clinics or what have you. A simple explanation for this tendency is that it is what people want to think: everyone just wants to go back to what they are used to, picking up where they left off and tickling their wild fancies any way they wish. A slightly more nuanced explanation is that the new, post-collapse reality is a mysterious, unfamiliar realm and that for many people thinking about it is too uncomfortable (if done right) or downright pointless (if it consists of cobbling together stereotypes from movies such as Mad Max and Waterworld or other such post-apocalyptic theme park attractions).
This scheme may seem far too austere for most people, but then beggars can’t be choosers. Once all the shops have been looted, all the statues knocked down, cities are ruled by armed thugs and everybody is wandering around waiting for a handout, a certain beautiful feature of communism comes to the fore: it can be bootstrapped out of virtually nothing. All you need is some dedicated individuals, some tools, some seed stock and livestock and some land—the more inaccessible and remote the location, the better. A key ingredient in making communism work is desperation: things have to be really bad before enough people become willing to try it.
Finally... The Statue of Liberty, which was a gift to the US from France and which has graced the New York Harbor since 1886, is clearly no longer consistent with the values currently espoused by the United States and should therefore be dismantled and shipped back to France.
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Cheers - Rabbi McGoyim 😜
“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought, which they seldom use.”