Have you wondered why the TEA Party can only make so much headway, or why the conservative movement in general seems to stall without a brilliant leader? Why do liberals, Democrats, collectivists and leftists always seem to win the hearts and minds of the people? Why don't conservatives? This article attempts to answer these questions. Let's begin with basic premises. The first premise is that collectivists are driven by fear. They congregate for that most basic element of human structure and society, which is security.
Whether the subject is guns, global warming, immigration policy, energy, economics,
or, really, any other subject, the collectivist appears to be motivated
by fear to avoid catastrophe. They worry constantly about ozone layers,
Mexican families divided by border, fracking consequences, capitalism
in general, and even the personal habits of human beings upon
ecosystems. It's all good.
If only the collectivists were able
to remain focused on problem-solving, they wouldn't infringe on the
rights of those who don't want to participate in their nail-biting. But
they can't. In fact, they get so worked up into a frenzy that their
explanations become no more than accusations against whoever does not
believe their hysteria.
How many times have the collectivists forecast
the end of humanity due to climactic chaos? And when it doesn't occur,
do the collectivists admit their mistake and calm down? No. They change
the story to suit their fears. Again, this wouldn't matter so much if
the rest of us weren't dragged along in an unending struggle for
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