April 11, 2012 · By Bob Ellis · 2 Comments
Last week we discussed the confusing world of the language of liberalism. Understanding liberals can be very difficult for the average American, because according to the doctrine of liberalism, many of the rules most of us live by have been suspended.
In the first video in this installment from MRCTV we examined how liberals change what they call their ideas when people have figured out how bankrupt those ideas are and they have become unpopular. Indeed, liberals have even changed the name of their unpopular philosophy from liberalism to progressivism. After all, who could possibly be opposed to progress…unless that “progress” is taking you closer to the edge of a cliff, the jaws of an alligator, or the maw of a wood chipper? (Which is what “progressivism” is figuratively taking our nation closer to).
This second installment from MRCTV on the language of liberalism is their use of the word “workers” and associated variations.
Normal people frequently use this term to describe blue-collar workers, but for liberals, it almost always means “labor union members.”
Liberals like to pretend (remember the key tenets of liberal “thought” listed above) that in America, people are locked into a caste system, where they are forced to live in economic classes, out of which they have no escape. In the liberal mind, it is impossible in America to study harder, work harder, achieve success and move (without the aid of government) from one economic strata to another.
In the liberal mind, one cannot even freely leave one employer and apply for a job at another business; people who are not members of “the rich” are locked into the same job for life, and cannot seek employment at any other business without the aid of the government. “Workers” are also incapable of working harder or otherwise making their labor more valuable, thus earning a raise, more benefits or a promotion without the aid of government.
Liberals employ these concepts based on a Marxist philosophy which breeds envy and class warfare. “Workers” are supposed to hate those who have worked harder or are otherwise more fortunate than themselves for having more property than “the workers.” Liberal Marxist class envy dictates that “workers” are entitled to have the government take property earned by “the rich” and redistribute it to “the workers.”
When we think about “labor” and “unions,” we are not expected to think of the typical union thug who forces people to join their group and surrender their property in the form of dues whether they want to or not. Instead we are supposed to think of “families” when we think of labor unions.
Don’t forget to read the American Clarion Guide to LiberalSpeak, and keep it handy. In an election season where we are sure to see the “mainstream” media distort reality like never before in history, you’re going to need it to make sense of things.
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