This line could have been straight out of any classic dystopian novel, whether it be Animal Farm, Brave New World, The Fountainhead, or Atlas Shrugged. Actually it reminds me of the wry satire of a Terry Gilliam film like Brazil, or George Lucas’ THX-1138. Yet it was the offered critic of the reasoning behind the killer in England of Jo Cox—the beloved leftist politician who happened to be murdered a week ahead of the critical vote on whether or not to leave the European Union and reclaim their national sovereignty from the gross mismanagement of the socialist bureaucrats in Brussels.
“Many people who suffer from mental illness are socially isolated and disconnected from society, feelings of worthlessness are alleviated by doing voluntary work.
So that is “their” explaination on the matter? It sounds eerily like the profile of the Orlando shooter. I couldn’t help but think back to my school days—of which I rebelled heavily—and recall the thoughts I had of the entire public education system, rule through peer pressure and drive the herd toward mass collectivism which makes it easy for a central authority to administer. That is precisely what we have here just hours after a legitimate tragedy of a young political star. Despite her politics, Jo Cox seemed like a nice sincere lady who meant well. But also common mainly caused by long-term unemployment.
“All these problems are
the political class for which she belonged cared much more for what they could get out of her martyrdom than what the individual life lost of her presence accounted for. Here is the rest of the story in case you missed it. The slant of the report is more telling than the content.
Update — Suspected killer may have had “mental health problems”, in receipt of “psychotherapy and medication”
The suspected killer of MP Jo Cox has been named locally as Thomas Mair, who has featured in a number of local news reports in recent years as a mentally ill man who claimed to be benefitting from local voluntary opportunities.
An archived 2010 article about a country park which welcomed Mr. Mair from the Pathways Day Centre for adults with mental health problems to volunteer in building a “faith garden” reported Mr. Mair as saying: “I can honestly say it has done me more good than all the psychotherapy and medication in the world.
“Many people who suffer from mental illness are socially isolated and disconnected from society, feelings of worthlessness are also common mainly caused by long-term unemployment.
“All these problems are alleviated by doing voluntary work.
“Getting out of the house and meeting new people is a good thing, but more important in my view is doing physically demanding and useful labour.
“When you have finished there is a feeling of achievement which is emotionally rewarding and psychologically fulfilling.
“For people for whom full-time, paid employment is not possible for a variety of reasons, voluntary work offers a socially positive and therapeutic alternative.”
The political left in both the Orlando case of the mass shooting there and the English case of an assassinated political figure is that loners are the problem, not the failures of their open border policies, their economic philosophy or their inability to use legislation to create a utopian existence. There were gun laws that were extreme in England and yet that didn’t prevent the murder of Jo Cox in city street. (The Manchurian Candidate in the wake of this tragedy seems less like fiction given the proximity to such an important election) Rather, the political left—particularly the socialist progressives point to those who are outside of their direct control as the culprits—lone wolves who stay to themselves and don’t socially “assimilate” toward group conduct.
From my own grade school days to the present, of nearly five decades, I tend to look down on people who “need” social assimilation. I see them as incomplete people. I don’t harbor hatred for them, or seek to “destroy” them in any way. For instance, people who desire to be in a bar on a Friday night drinking socially with friends I would consider to be less evolved than a person who can sit quietly with a book or just their thoughts for an entire weekend. When it is first desired to be in the company of others because one does not feel comfortable alone, I would say that people like that are the ones who are suffering from mental deficiency—and they require some evolution. However, our public schools all over the world are committed to nurturing that weakness in people, and the net result has been the failures we are seeing all over the world at this very moment. That is the story in both the Orlando shooting and the Jo Cox case. It’s not lone wolves that are the problem, it is a meddling political class of socialist loving progressives who have forced people next to each other to satisfy their ridiculous love of some Marxist John Lennon song, “Imagine.” By the way, I think “Imagine” is one of the crappiest songs ever recorded. I hated it when I was a kid before I even knew what it meant, and I despise it now. It is the song of the progressive left—Lennon’s wife did have a lesbian affair with Hillary Clinton which makes the thinking of those deranged people very relevant to today—because they are still injecting themselves into our lives four decades later.
And really that’s how all this ties together. When I was in grade school starting very early kids would ask what your favorite rock group was and if you didn’t have one, you were made to feel bad. I didn’t care at all for pop music during my grade school years. I was happiest spending time alone with my thoughts. Many counselors and teachers tried to twist the arms of my parents and make them feel terrible about my lack of social consideration. I never went to a school dance until I was a senior in high school and that was only to show everyone that I could bring one of the most attractive girls in Cincinnati—who was much better looking than any girl in my graduating class at the time. It was an act of rebellion, and once I did it, I didn’t have to do it again. I never even thought twice about it, until people put the social pressure on me to make me think there was something wrong with me. It wasn’t me, it was actually a mass psychosis induced by the masses going to the trough to listen to popular music like what John Lennon was making in his private studio with Phil Spector to launch the world into global socialism. And now that a majority of the world has followed those doomed lyrics, those idiots are looking for someone to blame, and the lone wolves are their most convenient target—because as long as they exist, the failure of their “Imagine” policies will be grossly obvious.
These violent events of recent, and all that follow are responsibilities of the political left and its salesmen–losers like John Lennon. They obtained their song and now people are rejecting it. In England, the people there want their country back from the European Union. In America, we are about to vote for Donald Trump—the ultimate individualist. John Lennon’s song has lost its appeal because the utopia he sang about has turned out to be a nightmare. People did “Imagine” through the pot infested smoke they inhaled, and what they saw scared them. And now they are turning away and the first people they see to follow are the lone wolves who have never been part of the group to begin with—people like me, Donald Trump, and many others. These killers are not like me; they are not lone wolves who think on their own. They require some doctrine to think for them—some institutional claim. They are not lone wolves.
A lone wolf is a higher form of evolutionary living. In the United States it is something to aspire to, even though many never get there. It takes a lot more courage to sit alone at home with a book and your thoughts than it does to sit in a bar with five friends on a Friday giving you peer review of your clothing, your jewelry, and your economic status. But for the political left, they can’t even think of such a thing because the goal of their existence is John Lennon’s stupid song—a path to nowhere and the hard truth that everything they ever believed in has failed our civilization. Take it from a lone wolf—it is obvious. That’s why they hate us.
What an idiot, yet she and her former husband are the leaders of the modern progressive movement. And they call that art……………………………….LOL
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