In America, the “rugged individualist” is a symbol of the country’s great past. But now, explains John Rappoport in his Substack, “the Group,” is intimidating Americans into falling in line with tyranny. His example is the influence radicals have on the University of Florida, and he explains that the despotic rulers of the USSR or China would find the structure of power there quite familiar. He writes:
People surrender their will, power of choice, intelligence, and sign on as slaves waiting for orders from above.
As I’ve been writing for some time now, these programs have nothing to do with equality of opportunity or meritocracy. They’re about who holds the power.
The rulers and enforcers of the USSR and China would find the U of Florida structure quite familiar.
Tyrants form collectives. It hardly matters what the “subject matter” is. The whole point is subjugation.
At the U of Florida, no doubt there was a point, along the way, when supervisors, department heads, deans, executives, and boards thought: “Well, all this is somewhat troubling, but we can live with it. It’ll progress to a certain level and then stop. These people couldn’t be actually trying to take over the University.”
But these people were, and they did.
That’s always the way it is. People don’t rise up and squash the criminals. They wait. And then one day it’s too late.
The criminals rely on The Group. The force of The Group. Not the ideas. Not the philosophy. Not the logic. Not on anything sensible. The thoughts the criminals spout and the theories—those are just the cover. The root is group intimidation. The calculation is: “We have enough force to overwhelm the individual.”
The idiots and the cowards and the passive ones refuse to see this.
That tells you something about the awesome lack of integrity residing in these high-minded professors who teach at the university level.
They turn their eyes away as a mob grabs control.
What is happening at the U of Florida gives you a picture of an end-game. It’s not enough for white people to admit some level of guilt they’re not even guilty of. It’s not enough to bow down like ridiculous asses and ask for forgiveness from a bunch of criminals. No. The program demands a confession that “white racism” is beyond the ability of white people to shed. It’s baked in. Therefore, surrender to a higher power. Guess who that power is.
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