Gerard Vanderleun is a wonderful writer and he’s got today’s must-read: The Vision That Dare Not Speak Its Name
It is no secret that classic liberalism in the mold of FDR, JFK,and LBJ that reached its apotheosis in Hubert Humphrey, has long been consigned to the bone-yard. What has taken its place hates to be tarred with the brush of liberalism because, frankly, it isn’t. What now stands in that place is a kind of perverted one-world idealism in which “the world as it is” is constantly measured against “the world as it should be.” Old liberalism at least had the argument that it was being done for the greater good. The new perverted variant is one in which policy and plans are made because it makes the initiators “feel good” about themselves. Those that make and support these measures hold themselves as, in the French phrase popular when many of them were young, “cityoen du monde” — citizens of the world.
You must read every word.
I’ll be posting more later today if time allows.