Here is my definition of a Liberal that might back the theory that they are all insane — A Liberal is someone who imagines a world they would like to live in, and then proceeds to pretend that they actually live in such a world.
Many people get over this as children, but Liberals continue this fantasy for a lifetime.
Based on strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions, modern liberals relentlessly undermine the most important principles on which our freedoms were founded. Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and demand that a parental government meet their needs from cradle to grave.
A social scientist who understands human nature will not dismiss the vital roles of free choice, voluntary cooperation and moral integrity – as liberals do. A political leader who understands human nature will not ignore individual differences in talent, drive, personal appeal and work ethic, and then try to impose economic and social equality on the population – as liberals do. And a legislator who understands human nature will not create an environment of rules which over-regulates and over-taxes the nation’s citizens, corrupts their character and reduces them to wards of the state – as liberals do.
The liberal agenda preys on weakness and feelings of inferiority in the population by:
- Creating and reinforcing perceptions of victimization;
- Satisfying infantile claims to entitlement, indulgence and compensation;
- Augmenting primitive feelings of envy;
- Rrejecting the sovereignty of the individual, subordinating him to the will of the government.
The roots of liberalism – and its associated madness – can be clearly identified by understanding how children develop from infancy to adulthood and how distorted development produces the irrational beliefs of the liberal mind. When the modern liberal mind whines about imaginary victims, rages against imaginary villains and seeks above all else to run the lives of persons competent to run their own lives, the neurosis of the liberal mind becomes painfully obvious.