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Why You Can Expect Increased Violence When The Left Is Out Of Power


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As Jon Ossoff left the stage in defeat for the sixth congressional district runoff race last Tuesday, he said, “Darkness has crept across this planet.” Call it metaphor or call it spiritual, it’s not the scientific secularism the Left claims to represent. In fact, it represents a resurgent spiritual posture with distinct articles of theology. One of the loci theologici of this theology is its initiation sacrament, its baptism of blood if you will: political violence.
It begins, as we see in Ossoff’s words, with the view that world as it exists in its totality is under the rule of dark powers. This is classic Gnosticism. The esoteric language of the historic Gnostic myth sounds arcane to the modern ear, but the psycho-spiritual mechanisms going on are resurgent, and until we grasp Gnosticism’s various traits and characteristics (which you can get a fuller reading of here), we will not fully understand our era.

Note, for instance, the Manichaeism (an ancient Gnostic variant) of the leftist imagination. The world of the past is a realm of darkness and ignorance, generating systems and institutions like marriage, gender constructs, bordered nations, rationalism, individualism, federalism, capitalism, language, and so on. Stooges of this dark world order are the un-woke.
Meantime, for the woke (a truly Gnostic term) they envision a place of purity and light, where borders, gender distinctions, marriage definitions, distinctions between personal property, and rational meanings in language all dissolve. (The discerning will note it’s the darkness that blurs distinctions and the light which exposes them.)
When they win, the Left becomes Hermetical. Hermeticism, which was popular in the Renaissance after a Neoplatonism revival, was optimistic Gnosticism, proposing man can take the reins of the world’s dark overlord and run the world for good. This is the “long march through the institutions” approach, and with the actual success of this approach since the 1960s. the Left was content to sit back while “History” did its thing.:snip:

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After the University of California-Berkeley erupted in leftist violence, the Daily Californian ran five editorials under the banner of “Violence as self-defense.” Nisa Dang wrote, “To people with platforms who decide when a protest should and should not be violent: You speak from a place of immense privilege. As I recently wrote in a tirade against this brand of idiocy, asking people to maintain peaceful dialogue with those who legitimately do not think their lives matter is a violent act.”

There are those on The Left who I believe really want The Right to strike back.  They had better pray/hope they don't get their wish.

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