posted on May, 23 2010 @ 10:44 AM
It's like all 5 English speaking nations are being harmed by the same left-leaning ideology that has no democratic basis whatsoever. Yet its popular
with the unrepresentative "choice" that the other (existing) left-leaning people within our parties, allow to become our leaders.
I think the media is part of how the problem operates, as its the agreed agendas between media owners, that effectively decides which candidates get
the most votes.
In e.g. the year 1950 the cultures of almost all major, Western universities, newspapers, and political groups was right wing compared with today's
standards. Some of this was (apparently) quite "bad", e.g. almost all overtly racist (both culturally and ideologically) and as such cared little
about e.g. mass starvation's-oppressions of e.g. African nations, (beyond of course there relevance to the practical needs of Western
But most of the (other) ways they were right wing, is still "quite acceptable" (and is in fact, more in tune with today's public, than the media
climate, almost ever is. E.g. They were pro-low tax's, had no care about discriminating against white men, so that lesser qualified ministries could
furfill racist "anti racist" quotas.
They would not have strongly opposed "forced charitable donations" (to abroad) through the national, tax system. They preferred instead to focus on
using national taxation to solve our own peoples problems, whilst allowing individuals to decide how much they wanted to give people outside our
Most all, almost non of them would have any time for people advocating a lax boarder control, (at least as long as) we have growing unemployment of
our own citizens concern.
Fast forward to the year 1970 and almost all the Conservative ideological hold (held by both economically right wing and left parties) (AND media
outlets) had changed.
By the 1980's-early 1990's most, Western, independent media outlets were well on the way to being bought up, in ever greater numbers, so that they
could serve agenda's of a hidden minority (i.e. the wealthy elite who mostly passed through left-leaning Universities).
My question is "WTF happened in the years between 1950 and 1970 to make such a swing to the left possible?" Which organisations were most
responsible? Where did they get their finance? And how (democratically) stable is their popularity, right now? What do these questions, have to
say about, the tasks facing those wanting to undermine the left-leaning's, immoral hold, on power?
Because if we can get some of these questions right; then there is a chance that the year 2010 is the left wing's year 1950!
Just a dream? Or maybe a aspiration worth working for?