by Brett Stevens, from Amerika.org
Previous to the great Leftist takeover of our minds, it was understood that groups diverged and chose their own paths in order to have control of their own destinies according to their unique view of the world. There was no expectation that a universal human standard could be concocted.
In fact, many pointed to the Biblical myth of the tower of Babel, in which many groups decide they can improve on the divine and natural order and unite in a human order instead. This inherently rejects the idea of the world as good, and replaces it with the notion of human intent as being superior.
This model — which back then, and now, is argued as “progress” and “futuristic” — believes that people can be united by human intentions. They see themselves as a group united by ideas, not ethnicity, culture, language, religion, customs, values…
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