We live in an insane world - and with the new pervasiveness and aggression of the transgender agenda the insanity is upfront and and inyourface in a way that has never been true for any known society in history.
So, how have people responded? Well, most deny the insanity. Most can't see that only an insane society could have swallowed this level of insanity and tried to carry-on-regardless.
The fact is that - by now - insanity is integrated-into our bureaucratic systems and is hourly fare in the mass/ social media to which most people are addicted.
Thus, most people have careers in systematic insanity (systematic bureaucracy that integrates insanity) and almost every hour they can spare from their work of being bureaucratic drones is spent face buried in a 'smart'-phone avidly sucking-in insanity from the mass-social media.
How insane can things get before people say no? Well, because we have already come this far, the answer is: any amount of insane, a lot more insane - as insane as They want.
Of course, Things can't work when insanity is integrated and strategically-prioritised - but in an insane world, collapsing capacity can/ will be blamed on Somebody Else (probably 'white supremacists') - so it doesn't matter.
All that matters is what is going-on in people's minds - that is what the Evil Establishment realise - and they are absolutely correct, in an ultimate sense.
Using common sense to argue against insanity, amounts to collusion with the motivation-destroying materialism of modern life.
The real battle is in the mind: For the mind.
That is to say, common sense is no longer very common.
And yet, it remains deeply instinctual, and genetic deterioration hasn't eliminated it entirely just yet. More people have common sense than will admit it, because the dishonest denial that such a thing exists (or even should) is so pervasive.
No, common sense won't of itself cure insanity. We need more than the private assurance of what our instincts are telling us, we even need more than the widespread proclamation that this sense is indeed still common. We need to know why we have those instincts, the purpose they serve, and overtly assent to that purpose.
And our instincts only go so far. They are to do what will allow us to pass on our genes, and while that is a better purpose in the scheme of God than it could be of itself, it is still far from the real point of life, which is indeed an uncommon sense.
All the same, if people could just rationally understand how to participate meaningfully in passing on their genes to a growing population, they would stop being insane. I suppose you could say that they wouldn't be cured of insanity till they got a real vision of what was the point of life, but they would stop acting insane if they could keep in mind what it reasonably takes to promote the life success of their children (starting with actually having them, naturally enough) and posterity.
It's possible to be sane and not participate in passing on one's genes. But it is far from easy. If you want instinct to help keep you sane, you have to work to the purpose of instinct, even if you see that as only a means to a higher purpose (which it should be).
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