The End of/Right Side of History is a Recurring Delusional Fad for Simpletons

The Trickster's Guide to Geopolitics

Statue of Aphrodite defaced by Christians.

For a people so committed to the ending of cultural and political divergence, you would think fanatics everywhere would at least pay attention to the failure of all the other times they attempted the same project. If the definition of madness is endlessly repeating the same project again and again and expecting different results, then the universal idealists among us are truly the maddest of the mad. Perhaps this is why they despise the value of history so much. Because the message of history is that there is no message in history, save perhaps never to ignore your resource base and never to trust the pledges of fanatics claiming to be ‘on the right side’ of history. And it is very telling that an obviously ridiculous phrase like ‘right side of history’ is so commonly used in progressive politics today.

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2 thoughts on “The End of/Right Side of History is a Recurring Delusional Fad for Simpletons

    1. Absolutely…the blog goes dormant from time to time…but the writer is thought provoking for certain….

      I wrote back to you on Instagram (it was a rather long response, I hope you didn’t require Tylenol afterwards), I haven’t gotten to use Instagram today but I saw in the notifications you replied…I will check it tonight..

      Hope you are doing well…

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