The Progressive movement claims it is inclusive and fighting for the rights of all Americans. In reality it is a Neo-Feudal movement that is creating a racial hierarchy in America. Contrary to what some Conservatives claim, it will not be whites at the bottom. Conservative Whites and Southern Whites will be at the bottom, but Progressive and Hipster Whites will be at the top of this racial pyramid. Underneath Progressive Whites are Asians, then Blacks and Hispanics.
Depending on the issue, Progressives use minorities to get a rise out of Conservatives. Led by false flag operatives like transvestite coke-head and former paramour to Bill Maher; Ann Coulter, too many on the Right fall for the bait and espouse hostile rhetoric. This has been a very successful tactic and one that blinds the Right from what is really going on. America is rapidly becoming an Apartheid state, where different races and ethnicity will be pout in a caste system and will be kept there.
Victor David Hanson sees through this Progressive Apartheid state and tries to educate the Right on what is really going on.
One of the strangest things about the modern progression in liberal thought is its increasing comfort with elitism and high style. Over the last 30 years, the enjoyment of refined tastes, both material and psychological, has become a hallmark of liberalism — hand in glove with the art of professional altruism, so necessary to the guilt-free enjoyment of the good life. Take most any contemporary issue, and the theme of elite progressivism predominates.
Higher education? A visitor from Mars would note that the current system of universities and colleges is designed to promote the interests of an elite at the expense of the middle and lower-middle classes.
The beneficiaries of the system win exemption from criticism through loud support of the current progressive agenda, as if they were officers with swagger sticks in the culture wars who must have their own perks if they are to properly lead the less-well-informed troops out of the trenches.
Take illegal immigration. On the facts, it is elitist to the core. Big business, flush with cash, nevertheless wants continued access to cheap labor, and so favors amnesties for millions who arrived without English, education, or legality. On the other end of the scale, Jorge Hernandez, making $9 an hour mowing lawns, is not enthusiastic about an open border, which undercuts his meager bargaining power with his employer.
Or take the green industry. At about the same time that statisticians readjusted the first-quarter GDP growth markedly downward — to a 1.8 percent annual rate, from the previously reported 2.4 percent — President Obama announced sweeping new regulations to curtail carbon emissions that will hamper the coal industry, further slow the economy — and delight his elite green base. Al Gore thought the speech historic. And why would he not? Gore has made hundreds of millions of dollars in the Marcus Licinius Crassus style of hyping a disaster and then profiting from its remedy.
Take gun control. What caused the latest round of furor over the Second Amendment was not gun-related deaths per se. In fact, they have been declining overall in the United States for some time.
Obama knew well that the liberal elites were outraged that savage violence had hit the suburbs; he knew too that there was nothing he could do to stop it that was acceptable to those elites, while there were lots of cultural targets that would at least allow the elites to vent.
Modern liberalism, among other things, is a psychological state, in which very-well-off Americans find ways through their income and privilege to be exempt from the ramifications of their own ideologies, while adopting causes and pets that exempt them from guilt over their own status and limitless opportunities. Judging by their concrete actions, they are indifferent to the poor whom they romanticize at a safe distance. In short, voting for larger government and subsidies is seen as a necessary cost of being a reactionary, liberal elite.
Sadly, Victor Davis Hanson is one of the few on the Right that understands what is going on here. The Progressive elite are creating an apartheid caste system where people will be limited in society to certain roles assigned to them. While other on the Right egged on by false flag operatives engage in hyperbole and give the Left ammo, Professor Hanson logically dissects the problem.
Will Victor David Hanson’s analogy of the Progressive end game, change anything? Sadly I doubt it since too many Conservative suffer from tunnel vision and listen to the rhetoric of false flaggers whose real agenda is to discredit the Right and enable the Progressive Apartheid State.
The Progressive movement is transforming this once great nation into the very entity the founding fathers rejected, a Feudal Society!