Saturday 8 January 2022

Divisive rhetoric... Is increasing divisiveness wrong? No, it is the value-inversion between the divisions that is characteristically evil

I see a lot of complaints (from both sides of the issues) against divisive rhetoric from those in power: the kind of rhetoric that demonizes those who oppose and disagree. 

This seems to be escalating over time; with any-and-all those who oppose whatever-is-today's mainstream plans of the birdemic-peck, antiracism, climate-warmism, trans-agenda... whatever; declared to be terroristic, conspiratorial, evil-motivated etc.

This is done to justify ever more extreme sanctions; and to compel spiritual compliance with the agenda of evil*.  

But - as so often - the Left are not wrong concerning the reality of division, demonism and strategic evil.

The division is real, but the Left are practicing that value-inversion which is characteristic of the most extreme version of genuine evil. 

The most extreme submission to evil is that which inverts Good and evil. Thus virtue and vice, beauty and ugliness, truth and lies, harmony and chaos are all swapped and relabeled

The division is real because the world is divided between those on the side of God, divine creation and The Good - and those who are on the side which opposes these. And these sides are indeed getting ever further apart   

So one thing the Leftist Totalitarian Establishment are absolutely 100 percent correct about is that this is a divided world. This is a major (perhaps The major) fact of these times. 

And the Establishment are also correct to demonize one of the sides of this division; because one of the sides is quite literally in service to actual demons. 

And the division is widening, with no grey area between the sides; exactly because evil is feeding-off itself and becoming more evil. 

So the Globalist Leftist Establishment are quite correct in their formal characterization of the situation in the world today - they are right to demonize one of the sides; and the 'only' big thing they get wrong is which side is which: which side is Good, and which side is demonic! 

And the only people who are completely wrong are 'moderate', decent, sensible folk who deny the reality of value division, deny the separation of Good and evil sides; and who preach for de-escalation of rhetoric, polite manners, compromise and reconciliation! 

Those who refuse to choose Good or evil sides, by denying that there are sides; by denying that there truly is purposive evil in this mortal world!

These are the self-blinded and the zombie-minded who have incrementally sleepwalked themselves into demonic servitude; and who are by-now so corrupted that they have not even noticed the fact!

*Note added. Of course I do not approve of the threatening aspect of the divisive rhetoric, directed at me and others on the side of God - but it is to be expected when the world is ruled by actively-evil beings. Such persons will naturally compound the primary evil of value-inversion with (as many as possible) further evils of untruthfulness, spite, sadism, fear-mongering, resentment-fomenting, despair-encouraging etc. 


William Wildblood said...

"He who is not with me is against me." Matthew 12:30

"Because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I am going to spit you out of My mouth." Revelation 3:16

Someone agrees with you!

Bruce Charlton said...

@William - The meaning seems to be that the lukewarm cannot see that they have actually chosen the side of evil, and sustain it in many and frequent ways.

William Wildblood said...

Yes, because you have to be actively for the good. If you are not you will be absorbed by evil.

R.J.Cavazos said...

Interesting. Some casual empiricism and history generally suggest that most people are just going along to get along, they are neither evil or particularly virtuous. Seems that they are merely a mass caught between the evil and the good and they will go along with whatever systems, nostrums or ideas are more forcefully and persuasively presented. They are the folks which are of a malleable disposition. They are indeed lukewarm and for the most part easily fall for and comply with the blandishments of evil.

Bruce Charlton said...

@RJC - "they are neither evil or particularly virtuous"

It is not about personal behaviour, but about which side someone in on.

Most of the nice, kind, hard-working people are on the side of evil; and many of those on the side of good are more sinful.

None of that matters - it is (what is termed) *repentance* that makes the difference.