The burst envelope: a meditation 9

“Pushing the envelope”?

The envelope has burst.

Now that the F***ault rebels have escaped from those soft confines, how far with their moral carpet-bombing will they go?

It wasn’t enough that they could speak freely: they had to silence everyone else.

It wasn’t enough that the failed were supported by the successful; the successful had to be reviled.

It wasn’t enough that homosexual marriage be legalized: heterosexual marriage had to be derided.

It wasn’t enough that transgendering be normalized: persons who did not “transgender” had to be poison-tagged “cisgendered heteronormative”.

It wasn’t enough that women should have equality of opportunity in business, government, diplomacy, the military, churches, academia, trade and crime: men had to be denigrated.

It wasn’t enough that blacks were privileged with affirmative action: whites had to be crushed.

Will they flatten the entire moral landscape into a smoking ruin and then go whooping on, all the way to Venezuela?

Nah. Give them a few more years and a lot more tax-payers’ money, and they’ll build Venezuela here, in America’s Green Islamic land.

Posted under Progressivism, Revolt, United States by Jillian Becker on Saturday, December 2, 2017

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  • Zerothruster

    There is no end to pushing that envelope, short of an envelope that pushes back and recovers lost ground.

    • Will the lost ground be recovered, do you think?

      • Zerothruster

        It’s hard to say what if any progress at all can be made under these circumstances of leftist cultural hegemony. And in a way, lost ground is just lost. If and when it’s ‘recovered’, it’s new ground. “New, and Improved !” like the commercial says. And like Heraclitus said, “You can’t step into the same river twice.” I’d like to have back some of the zeitgeist of what I call the Greater Fifties (1946-1963), but I think that’s forever now a pipe dream. Sigh. ☺

      • Zerothruster

        I should also have said, “Yes, there will be growth, in the Spring.”

        • “Being There” is one of my favorite films. So, yes.

  • liz

    Yes, giving them everything they want is never enough – the demands and condemnations just escalate into absurdity. Which is proof that acheiving their demands is not really what they’re after – “the issue is never the issue” – the whole point is just to destroy everything, like tantrum throwing brats.
    I wish them luck getting their ‘Utopia’ accepted into the world Caliphate.

    • Jeanne

      Indeed, the “issue at hand” is just the first step in their continuous effort to turn society into something of which they dream, something that always fails because it just hasn’t ever been done correct by the right people. But…this time is different. Fools and charlatans, but they garner the attention of useful idiots every time and create chaos for the rest of us.

      • Jeanne – I have read your thumbnail profile, and I raise a glass to you!

        And we thank you for your apt and encouraging comments.

        • Jeanne

          I humbly thank you, both.