Decolonizing the Decolonizers – JP
Marxism is notoriously violent, as are its advocates, and we can trace that tendency back to Sergey Nechayev. His 1869 pamphlet titled
The Revolutionary Catechism is explicit about the need to exterminate everything so that it can be replaced with Marxism.
The only form of revolution beneficial to the people is one which destroys the entire State to the roots and exterminates all the state traditions, institutions, and classes… “Our task is terrible, total, universal, and merciless destruction.1″
We see this tradition at work as the aggressive progressives doing Sergey’s work have taken control of schools, media, Churches, and the bureaucracy that never has to stand for election. They are working to undermine words and meanings to collapse your rights to speech and thought. The humanities are all but lost, and hard science, under assault for years, has been infected such that even biology is a social construct.
Holidays and traditions in the West have been under attack for years, and it has nothing to do with being sensitive to the traditions of others. As Nechayev reminds us, the socialist order, be it one nation or all of them, can brook no tradition but its own. It must consume the culture and the minds of the people.
The war on Columbus Day, Christmas, or Thanksgiving is about undermining ideas that contest the absolute power of The Marxist State.
A decolonized Thanksgiving could transform a holiday marred by historical amnesia into a celebration of genuine gratitude, unity, and recognition of our rich Indigenous heritage. It would offer a clearer lens through which to see the entire world.
The Decolonizer crowd is nothing of the sort. They are colonizers working to replace your tradition with their own. They use the idea of inclusion to institutionalize exclusion—the State as a god-king whose worship is the only accepted tradition. To supplant everything that challenges their place at the top of every totem with the approved narratives of the Marxist’s collective hive-mind.
There is no disease more dangerous to liberty, so as you give thanks with gratitude for the blessings in your life, give thanks for Thanksgiving, and then think about what you are prepared to do to keep it.
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