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Peter Wehner and Paul Ryan: Beware of the Big-Government Tipping Point - WSJ

Humanists have always promised us Utopia, to be brought about by “using technology wisely” (like we ever did that!)–a world free of war, poverty, disease, etc., etc., all brought to you by Science and Government, their two great gods.

They have already proposed, and in some places actually enacted, various schemes designed to trap us in a perfect world.

The round-the-clock spying that constitutes China’s “social credit system.”

More and more lockdowns, to protect us from germs. We can have our freedom back as soon as there are no more germs.

The UK proposes to track everybody’s grocery purchases and “reward” those who make “healthier” choices. The announced objective is to “change behavior.”

Once upon a time in Canada, someone with the Ontario “Human Rights” Commission suggested that the government should decide whom your friends are–’cause if they leave it up to you, your circle of friends won’t be “diverse” enough.

And lots and lots and lots of new taxes. Michael Bloomberg says taxes are a great way to change people’s behavior.

Wow. It’s like being three years old again. You aren’t responsible for anything! Who but Science and Government should make all your decisions? ‘Cause they always get it right, don’t they?

And this time they promise there won’t be any of that nasty stuff like gulags, firing squads, and concentration camps unless you really need them, like the Uighurs in China apparently do.

Did I mention forced vaccines?

They have no king but Caesar–which is to say, themselves.

We have no king but Jesus Christ.

And it’s war. No shooting yet, but it’s war. Winner take all.

6 comments on “Back to the Playpen

  1. The latest in covid insanity: In Australia, people have been ordered under force of law not to talk to each other, even with masks on.

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