Quote of the day—Christopher F. Rufo @realchrisrufo

To the people who are in disbelief that the woke Seattle City Council would fire a black woman police chief:

It’s never been about diversity; it’s about power.

Race is the means; Marxism is the end.

Christopher F. Rufo @realchrisrufo
Tweeted on August 11, 2020
[This seems to fit all the given data.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Christopher F. Rufo @realchrisrufo

  1. You do realize that with your comment, “it seems to fit all the given data” you’re agreeing with Rufo, who is pointing to a global conspiracy, right?

    There’s a lot packed into Rufo’s quote;
    First is the widespread disbelief. That deserves a large history book all to itself, detailing the process of the psychological conditioning which causes hundreds of millions of people to observe reality every day for generations and fail, or refuse, to recognize it.

    Second is the notion of “woke-ness”. The serpent in Eden said, Your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods, knowing both good and evil. Surely the global left wants to be like gods.

    Third is the blatant racism of Democrats and the left worldwide, dressed up as “compassion”, the horrible damage done to the psychology and quality of life of minorities since the 1960s, and the promotion of resentment, criminality and hate as enlightenment.

    But all of the above points to motives and goals, and to cooperation in acting on those motives toward the furthering of those goals. That’s a global conspiracy by any other definition or description.

    But our interpretation of even simple, well-established definitions of words, even a word having a very specific legal definition, has been successfully corrupted to the point where the word “conspiracy” now means the non-existence of itself. Therefore any conspiracy is now a crazy theory and therefore cannot exist.

    So we have to focus on the distracting lies instead, forget all the above, accept the notion that America is fundamentally racist by design, and argue about how to fundamentally transform the morals and principles of the entire Western World into their antitheses. To do anything else is to become a “conspiracy theorist” and therefore totally wrong, stupid, and dangerous.

    In summary: 1. It has already become psychologically impossible for significant numbers of people to acknowledge and accept reality. 2. There is a global movement built around maintaining the belief in lies while striving to benefit in the form of ever-increasing power and authority.

    Once you’ve established that, the job becomes one of defining and exposing the conspiracy. Any time spent bandying with the liars and engaging with their false assertions, false premises and false paradigms is therefore wasted.

    “Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.” Ephesians 5:11

  2. It’s good to hear more people spread the message! That, and the commies forgot to disarm us. Somehow I don’t think their lie will be as well received in the ‘burbs. Just ask Garrett Foster.

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