Monday, April 27, 2009

Social Justice

Oh, and then there’s what is being called “Social Justice”. You’ve been hearing the term for a long time coming out of the camps of the political extremists. It is the blueprint ideology for global Social Engineering. Now you’re hearing the term in the California State Legislature, throughout the Federal Government, and the United Nations, and you will be hearing it more and more from the leading political figures in this country and around the world. They are getting you used to the idea of the re-distribution of wealth with a seemingly benign, harmless, and even attractive term that appeals to the sensibility, and conscience of good-hearted people everywhere. “Social Justice”. Who wouldn’t want social justice? What the term really means is “Things are not fair. Some people have a lot of money and stuff, and some people don’t. So we’re going to take the money from those who have earned or inherited it, and we’re going to give it to those who haven’t."
They are now, and will be doing it, on an individual, on a National, and on a Global level.

But regarding ‘Social Justice’, economic fairness, if you will, may I remind you that ‘fairness’ in life is essentially an adolescent sensibility. It is one of the indicators of the transition, or lack of, from adolescence to adulthood. An adolescent measures life by a social-equality standard. “It’s not fair that I can’t stay out till midnight on Saturday night when Jessica gets to.” And “Why do I only get $35 per week allowance, when Jason gets $40? It’s not fair.” An adult accepts differences as inevitable, necessary even, and having emerged from a myriad of circumstances, for innumerable reasons, and relating to a host of diverse philosophies, ideologies and governing practices, of families, communities and nations. No individual, community, or nation of people enters life with the same opportunities, prospects, hindrances, restrictions, or parameters. And life does not treat anybody equal. Everybody, and every group of people, enters life with what they have, and does the best they can. People help people along the way. Some get more breaks than others. Some have to make their own breaks. Some are blessed with better health than others, some live longer, have better families, belief systems, and more interesting lives. There is no such thing as ‘social justice’, anywhere. And there never will be. It is a term invented by the privileged to assuage the guilt of their own privilege, and to make themselves feel better about their elitist positions in life. And, of course, to buy votes and control the people.
Oh that!

With doctrines such as ‘Social Justice’ being put forth in the Halls of Power, it has become apparent that many of our politicians, and the political groupies who shine their cheeks and lick their boots, are stuck in adolescence. Pay attention folks, don’t let them continue to pull the wool over your eyes, or the money out of your pockets.

Have you heard about the ‘International Monetary Fund’? It’s a private International Organization that oversees the Global Financial System. It offers financial and ‘technical’ assistance to its members, making it, for all intents and purposes, an International lender of last resort. Haven’t heard of it? Well Obama has, and he is proposing a One Hundred Billion Dollar contribution to the account. A contribution of your money, I might add. And do you remember being asked if you wanted to contribute? And do you suppose you’ll ever see a return on your investment? Oh, I forgot, it’s not actually an investment, it’s a contribution. Funny, I was always under the impression that contributions were supposed to be voluntary. Y’know, like when you choose whether or not to put a dollar in a panhandlers coffee can. Well, it seems to me that this is nothing more than a big international coffee can, except that nobody’s sitting on the sidewalk asking you for money. You just kind of have to ‘pony up’ if you want to be part of the lovely ‘Global Community’, then the ‘Fund Managers’ (political mafia) can go ‘invest’ it in any liquor store they want to eventually collect protection money from. But, like I’ve always said, “What do I know? I’m just an old coyote.”

Watch out folks. There is nothing just about “Social Justice”.

Talk about Social Justice? The following item was sent to me by someone I know, but written by someone I don’t know:

“I work, they pay me. I pay my taxes, and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit. In order to earn that paycheck I work on a rig-site for a Fort McMurray construction project. At any time I am required to pass a random urine test, with which I have no problem. HOWEVER, what I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don’t have to pass a urine test. Shouldn’t one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check since I have to pass one to earn it for them?

Understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. I do, on the other hand, have a problem with helping someone sit on their ass, drink beer and smoke dope. Could you imagine how much money this country would save if people had to pass a urine test to get a public assistance check?”

Social Justice? How’s that for Social Justice?