The New Reality Sucks

The New Reality Sucks

I don’t have to bring you up to speed on the nefarious actions of both the government and their media minions over the last few weeks (and years).  Every political action or vote (from BOTH parties) or MSM story written, especially quite recently, is cumulating and morphing into “The New Reality”.  It didn’t happen overnight, but now just stand back and watch the years of compromising wimpy GOP politics and the progressive Communist culture of stomach-churning liberalism, coalesce into a hideous swamp creature that is swimming out of the murk and up toward the surface of your mortgaged swimming pool to devour you as you float blissfully on your swim tube.

“The New Reality” is hard core. It’s unrelenting governmental control, taxation, and meddling in every aspect of your life… your healthcare, your children, your money, your religion, your business, your sex, your emails and phone calls.  And of course, none of the governmental power brokers want any part of this iron-fisted control to apply to THEIR lives, because they’re exempt.  Don’t question them, peons.  You are here to FUND their objectives.   Besides, you’re a racist if you object.  I must be the biggest racist of all time.

“The New Reality” is total and utter disrespect for our veterans and military.  Actually it extends to anything traditional, uniquely “American” or patriotic.  Being “exceptional” is NOT part of the agenda of The New Reality.  Try reciting the Pledge of Allegiance anywhere The New Reality is watching and monitoring.   The disdain from “The New Reality” for the military and American patriotism has never been a secret, so don’t act surprised that it is  intent turning American into a second or third world unexceptional country.

“The New Reality” in America has no borders or is their “illegal” status for the masses that invade our country and take the bounty and earned benefits from legal citizens.  Remember, even if they’re cheating the “welfare” system – breaking into your home, stealing your stuff or killing your children – you absolutely MUST be a racist if you speak up for border control and stricter laws.  Again, I’m a huge racist.

“The New Reality” abhors the constitution.  Especially the Second Amendment.  And the First Amendment bugs the hell out of “The New Reality” too.  “The New Reality” wants that gone as well.  But, for now, it is concentrating on the Second.  “The New Reality” wants to take every tool of self-defense away from Americans.  Guns are just the start and most obvious.  I see no limit to what “The New Reality” will deem dangerous; dangerous to IT.  You didn’t really think it is interested in protecting children in classrooms, did you?  “The New Reality” NEEDS the citizenry to be absolutely unable to defend themselves.  Really, this is basic History 101.  Google:  “Communism” and “Totalitarianism”.  Well, if you use Google, the NSA will know, but they probably know about you anyway…you racist, you.

“The New Reality” preaches tolerance – meaning NO tolerance for you.  Being a white law-abiding conservative person with a job, ethics, and no propensity to riot in a Wal-Mart and steal shit means you are a racist, and you do not get ANY tolerance.  In fact, “The New Reality” will tax you higher and penalize you as they reward the free-loading animals that murder, rape, steal, and procreate without responsibility.  “Tolerance” is another word for “free-for-all” and there’s nothing more necessary for “The New Reality” to develop fully than chaos.  And chaos IS coming.  Refer to the paragraph above about the Second Amendment.

“The New Reality” is an intention to break the back of America, so a very select pseudo-idealistic yet very morally corrupt group of political power brokers can bring great wealth to themselves and their friends under the veil of “Utopia”.  Utopia is quite appealing to a variety of people, from the lazy thugs who would rather murder and steal to the vapid Hollywood liberal who has no idea of any kind of reality, old or new.  Both groups imagine government can deliver a “Utopia” where everyone is “equal”, you only have to work if you “feel” like it, and they’ll be taken care of forever and ever by the government.  That’s as far as they got with that thought – they haven’t considered where all this free wonderfulness is coming from and if it did occur to them, their assumption is that the white middle class SHOULD pay for it all.  “Utopia” is another word for the failed Communist, Socialist, and Totalitarian ideological policies that have never ONCE brought any measure of prosperity and happiness to the citizenry of any country in the history of mankind. But they have brought plenty to the small cadre of leaders of several.

Welcome to “The Our New Reality”.

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  • Robin says:

    Spot on, Catherine. Spot on.

  • Kevin says:

    The “New Reality” means that a group of your fellow citizens (thankfully it’s only a small fraction) feel this way about most other people in America:
    *”THEY” have total and utter disrespect for our veterans and military
    *”THEY’re” turning America into a second or third world unexceptional country
    *”THEY’re” cheating the welfare system
    *”THEY’re” breaking into your home, stealing your stuff or killing your children
    *”THEY” have NO tolerance for you
    *”THEY” will tax you higher and penalize you
    *”THEY” reward the free-loading animals that murder, rape, steal, and procreate without responsibility

    THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY. STOP!

    You all know by now I work with the downtrodden and outcasts of our society. The first thing I do and train my staff in doing is getting people to take responsibility for their decisions and stop blaming the police for arresting them, the employer for firing them, the parent(s) for kicking them out of the house, or the school for expelling them.

    90% of what see on this blog is blaming everyone else for the “we are being abused and mistreated by THEM” attitude. Elections have consequences. Political platforms have consequences. The radical views (left or right) of your membership will be amplified as the primary views of your membership and on the right, it’s not pretty (simply refer to all the “THEY” statements above). And you still wonder why you’re the minority party (soon to be extinct party)??

    Stop being against people and solutions to societal problems and be for something that leads to positive, constructive, and beneficial change in our nation.

    • GWB says:

      90% of what see on this blog is blaming everyone else for the “we are being abused and mistreated by THEM” attitude.

      Pardon me for the language, ladies, but… Bullshit, Kevin. Sometimes people really *are* being abused. And in this case, we – the freemen of this country – are being abused. You supposedly teach these folks to stand up and take responsibility? Well, what the hell do you think is happening right here?

      Of course, you still seem to see this as a fight between parties. I don’t see a lot of party-based rhetoric above – I see freedom vs slavery, self-thinking vs sycophancy, self-reliance vs dependency.

      You want these ladies to “[s]top being against people and solutions to societal problems and be for something that leads to positive, constructive, and beneficial change in our nation.”? Who are they fighting who has a solution? Who is included in that “THEY” you decry that is solving anything? I sure as hell don’t see them.

      These ladies are certainly “for something” positive, constructive and beneficial in our nation – liberty and freedom! Everything good, decent, and amazing in this country that has made us the envy of the world was created in that environment of liberty and freedom! The only thing that the government can truly create is chaos or chains! I desire neither.

      I WILL NOT SUBMIT!

    • Merle says:

      Good for you if you really do teach people to stand up. Too bad you are a lone voice in the wilderness.

      Merle

  • The new reality is simply the inevitable outcome of a deliberate meddling with the blueprint with the goal of empowering a monolithic federal government to bloat beyond its lawful sphere of authority, where it could promptly eclipse other sources of authority and engorge itself on those it professes to help until it is strong enough, and its subjects weak enough to allow it to show its true face. Tony Esolen described it perfectly in his essay “The Vampire State”.

    The sad part is that it continues this perverse symbiosis through a mixture of projection, malice, and a complicit fourth estate.

  • >>>Stop being against people and solutions to societal problems and be for something that leads to positive, constructive, and beneficial change in our nation.<<<

    Like the only "war" the Left has no interest in winning…The "War" on Poverty?

    The problem with this pervasive and pernicious blend of condescension and FAIL! is the belief that "societal problems" can be corrected, managed, or administered by government.

    Society's "problems" have not improved with the government usurpation of society's authority to address these issues (The Great Society" has given us anything but), nor could it, since being a "societal problem", it would be rooted ultimately in the soul, which is something that government is wholly inadequate to address, let alone heal, Michelle Obama's highly offensive rhetoric aside.

    • Catherine Wilkinson says:

      “Stop being against people and solutions to societal problems and be for something that leads to positive, constructive, and beneficial change in our nation.” Uh..kevin…I’m against the EXACT “people and solutions” that have brought us to this pitiful point in American history. The “positive, constructive, and beneficial change” will come when we are RID OF THOSE PEOPLE AND SO-CALLED SOLUTIONS.

    • Kevin says:

      I think society (left, right, black, white) struggles with the scenarios of “a 2 year old is murdered by mom’s boyfriend and the State didn’t intervene and we (society) cannot allow this to continue.” There are millions of these examples. So, we can turn our head when a child dies and say, “Not our problem. This child drew the short straw and nature took it’s course.” So, the State steps in and implements laws, creates thresholds for what is abuse, hires staff to investigate, takes children from unsafe homes, develops foster homes for children and it becomes a massive bureaucracy that has a million problems. This is one example of the “State” stepping in. There are millions …
      -pet owner sets animal on fire (police, animal control step in … government intervention)
      -driver drinks a case of beer and slams head first into a family returning from church and kills everyone (police, EMS, fire dept, liquor control step in … government intervention)
      -contractor builds a home, sells it, and the house isn’t connected to the sewer or is built on a sink hole (county building codes and inspectors step in … government intervention)

      There are zillions of these examples. So, how does society address these issues? You either do or your don’t. You either let the child die and say “tough luck” your develop a system to intervene. (There are millions of examples where the State has stepped in and the child didn’t die.)

      I’ve lived and traveled in third world countries where there are no laws, poorly enforced laws, or the people in power only want to pillage from their citizens. It’s not a pretty scene. You want to understand why thousands of people jeopardize their life trying to make it to this country? It’s not because they can sign up for $200 in food stamps each month.

      So, where does government intervention in our lives begin and end? No government … move to Afghanistan. Total government … move to Cuba. You want a government that debates and constantly struggles where that line begins and ends? Stay put in your house (assuming you live in the United States).

      • Your syntax is even more tortured than I first believed.

        What you describe are not “solutions” to “societal problems”, as the term “solution” implies that it fixes or reduces the occurrence of a problem. What you describe are reactions, which do not deal with the attitudes and beliefs that cause or contribute to a problem; instead they simply try to deal with the aftermath of people who are lost and in bondage doing what people who are lost and in bondage do.

        Such reactions are not even effective deterrents to behavior that is enabled, if not encouraged by a government that preys upon its people by fostering dependence, adopting a “neutral” stance to discourage rejection of its help by making excuses for moral failings that effectively take away any incentive for the individual to change themself because they are permitted to believe that they “have a condition” and “it isn’t their fault”, so they can continue to live with it. At the same time, the government has muted the expectation of any accountability for how this “help” is given, for the exact same reasons. Simultaneously, this vampire state has persistently chased other sources of the moral authority it has brazenly usurped from the public square with the odd notion that it should only exist and hold sway once or twice a week inside the four walls of buildings set away from the view and participation of the public.

        I would be inclined to say that it is merely the result of an entity that is clearly over its head reaping the harvest of its own incompetence in such situations, but when you step back and realize that it results in a shift of power from the individual to the state, and from the “ruled” to the “rulers”, it becomes painfully obvious that it is deliberate.

        • Jodi Giddings says:

          This ^^^

        • Catherine Wilkinson says:

          Amen. I have nothing to add to this other than I also have lived and travelled in third world countries and yes, Kevin you are correct…”people in power only want to pillage from their citizens”. You finally got something right. And here at VG, which is evidently your platform for torturously debating the good of the State vs individual rights and freedoms, we aren’t interested in ever becoming a third world country….ergo, our voices rise in protest. Please refer to the “pillage” the “people in power” have already taken “from their citizens”….in America.

          • GWB says:

            Well said, Catherine!

            If Kevin can’t see that very same pillaging going on here, then he isn’t as bright as he thinks he is. (But, we already knew that.)

        • >>>Such reactions are not even effective deterrents to behavior that is enabled, if not encouraged by a government that preys upon its people by fostering dependence, adopting a “neutral” stance to discourage rejection of its help by making excuses for moral failings that effectively take away any incentive for the individual to change themself because they are permitted to believe that they “have a condition” and “it isn’t their fault”, so they can continue to live with it. At the same time, the government has muted the expectation of any accountability for how this “help” is given, for the exact same reasons. <<<

          I should also add that this is corrosive to the respect for rule of law which you claim to revere, because it obliterates the moral connection between the punishment the law provides and the behavior being punished in the first place. The result is an impression among those directly affected that the law is arbitrary and caprecious…which it will come to be as those without any real understand of the underlying philosophy of the law start to make the law.

  • >>>THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY THEY. STOP!<<<

    I presume you enthusiastically share this same message with the nattering nabobs of negativity at the The Daily KOS and the Democratic Underground, right?

    • Kevin says:

      Don’t get me started on “prevention” programs. There are hundreds and thousands of them … many government run. If you’re involved in any system of care, prevention is always at the forefront. It’s not so simple to say, “Those are reactionary programs … after the fact.” I deal in “late state intervention” programs which are considered the safety net or the bottom of the barrel. There are hundreds of programs that engage with children, families, pre-abusers, pre-criminals, pre-molesters, pre, pre pre. I get the child/family when nothing else has worked.

      I still don’t understand the conservative view point. No matter what level of program (pre or post) the answer is, “You’re interfering too much.”

      What is your solution to the larger societal issues around abuse, molestation, poverty, homelessness, mental illness? What’s the answer from a conservative view point? I think is was Congressman Paul who said, “The churches are the safety net. Let them feed the poor, cure the blind.” What’s the answer?

      • GWB says:

        And governmental “prevention” programs inevitably fail – because they cannot (as BIW,IC said above) deal with the soul, which is where these sicknesses reside.

        “I still don’t understand the conservative view point.”
        Well, that much is obvious.

        What is your solution to the larger societal issues ….

        You’ve missed the point. In holding to the progressive messianic concept – that all of these issues can be *solved* – you find your very failing. These things CANNOT BE SOLVED. They can be mitigated; they can be reduced; they can sometimes be solved for an individual. They cannot be solved in society – you cannot build Utopia.

  • >>>Don’t get me started on “prevention” programs. There are hundreds and thousands of them … many government run. If you’re involved in any system of care, prevention is always at the forefront. It’s not so simple to say, “Those are reactionary programs … after the fact.” I deal in “late state intervention” programs which are considered the safety net or the bottom of the barrel. There are hundreds of programs that engage with children, families, pre-abusers, pre-criminals, pre-molesters, pre, pre pre. I get the child/family when nothing else has worked.<<>>I still don’t understand the conservative view point.<<>> No matter what level of program (pre or post) the answer is, “You’re interfering too much.”<<>>What is your solution to the larger societal issues around abuse, molestation, poverty, homelessness, mental illness? What’s the answer from a conservative view point? I think is was Congressman Paul who said, “The churches are the safety net. Let them feed the poor, cure the blind.” What’s the answer?<<<

    Safety net? You mean the hammock that federal government built in order to create a built-in constituency for a political party that tells people that there is no way they could make it without government's help, and then sets out to ensure that it is true?

    Private organizations, including churches are the only lawful answer, as well as the only logical one. You presume that welfare is the same thing as charity. It isn't, the largest distinction being that charity is voluntary and welfare is compelled. Charity requires the involvement of the person making the donation; welfare is simply a levy on what is earned, which is why charity has accountability from the donee as well as the donor. Welfare does not, because it is other people’s money. But the worst thing is that the welfare state damages charity, because it takes money that would be used accountably from those who would give it, and spends it wastefully based on government’s priorities, according to government’s standards, as government sees fit, which just happens to coincide with the expansion of dependency and the increase of government power, which is NEVER a good thing for the individual.

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