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Saturday, July 02, 2005

Dysfunctional America

I let my mixmaster loose on the current scene and here's what resulted...

Yes, there is a culltural divide in these United States. And here are a few of the dividing points:

The American State PapersRampant Historical Illiteracy
113,809 libraries (excluding corporate, etc.)_1_Illiteracy and subliteracy rates far worse than the educrats tell you*_2_
A tolerant societyA bigotted (soi-disant "liberal") elite
"Free" public education for everyone

"Free" public "education" for everyone (*sigh)

A culture that values liberty and justiceA media, academic and governmental culture that values control and entitlements
Built upon a cornerstone of Western Civilization and Judeo-Christian valuesThe ACLU, SCOTUS, Congress, MMPA and LLMB value anything BUT Western Civilization and Judeo-Christian values
FamiliesNeo-fascist nanny state

Thanks to a popular culture defined more and more by ACLU-tyoe values filtered through public schools (AKA "prisons for kids") that are informed by a neo-fascist, subliterate academia and by a Mass Media Podpeople's Army bent on the destruction of Western Civilization, everything on the "Positives" side listed above is under daily attack by the "Negatives" listed.

And these are just a few areas right off the top of my head. (An area where I can hardly afford to lose anything more "off the top" —heh.)

*In its 1991 National Literacy Act, Congress defined literacy as:

an individual's ability to read, write, and speak in English, and compute and solve problems at levels of proficiency necessary to function on the job and in society, to achieve one's goals, and develop one's knowledge and potential.

Now, that's scary. Think of the numbers of people you know just offhand who are deficient in each of those areas, and you'll soon see why nearly half of the voters voted for a slanderous mook like Jean Fraud sKerry: they just didn't know any better and are likely unable to "develop [their] knowledge and potential" to a degree where they can know better in the future...

The only wonder is that with conflicts like this that the U.S. can continue to function effectively at all. It just demonstrates that even watered down and weakened by the incessant assaults of the LLMB and MMPA, the weakness of Western Civilization values is still—just—stronger than the strengths of its enemies.

But for how long, absent a resurgence by those of us who share its values?

As the Protest Warrior sign proclaims: