90 Miles From Tyranny : Egalitarianism Is Evil And Helps No one..

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Egalitarianism Is Evil And Helps No one..

To understand the meaning and motives of egalitarianism, project it into the field of medicine. Suppose a doctor is called to help a man with a broken leg and, instead of setting it, proceeds to break the legs of ten other men, explaining that this would make the patient feel better; when all these men become crippled for life, the doctor advocates the passage of a law compelling everyone to walk on crutches—in order to make the cripples feel better and equalize the “unfairness” of nature.

If this is unspeakable, how does it acquire an aura of morality—or even the benefit of a moral doubt—when practiced in regard to man’s mind?

Egalitarianism IS Social Justice

Social justice generally refers to the idea of creating an egalitarian society or institution that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being.  It "values" human rights by punishing people who excel.  It destroys the dignity of human nature, the dignity of those who could help to improve the lives of all human beings.  It suppresses the intellectual and scientific advancement of the human race.

Egalitarianism and Social Justice are Evil.

See Here:
Social Justice: Code for Communism
And Here:
Does The YMCA Promote Socialist Ideas?
And here:
Support Social Justice, Support Bad Luck
And Here:
The Truth about Social Justice


timbo said...

That's a great analogy!
Although I don't waste my breath debating with leftist fools any more,
that is a solid bit to use in some writings I'm working on.
Did you come up with that? It's great in it's simplicity - great visualization.

Mike Miles said...

Thanks, I will walk you through the origins of this post. First, I found the image, I usually try to make up a clever or meaningful headline, the image was clearly referring to egalitarianism, so I created the headline and my thoughts on the subject. decided to define egalitarianism also, I did a search on egalitarianism and found this website: http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/egalitarianism.html and used one of the descriptions there, then I thought, this is the same as social Justice, looked up social justice added the definition and then my comments on social justice and equated the two.... hope that helps...