Three Modern Socialisms

Race, Class, Gender are the trilogy of modern socialism. Millions died to persuade the majority of people that racial (National) socialism was evil. Tens of millions died to persuade a minority of people that class (International) socialism was evil. Millions of children will be mutilated (transitioned), deformed, and killed before a majority of people will believe gender socialism is evil.

Lawyer, Legislator

The simple-minded think legislators sagely debate proposed legislation then wisely choose which laws by which we will be governed. Naivety of this sort embarrass the human race.

Actually, legislators blow with the wind, extract graft from all sides, and vote with whomever appears to have the most bribery, authority or popularity.

Legislators, sensitive to passion and money in factions, damper factional differences by appearing to consider multiple opinions and by accepting bribes contributions from clashing interests.

In an ideological struggle swaying with popularity won’t help a barometric legislator—both sides will hate such a Solon.

RCG

The Left is socialist and divides everything into race, class, gender categories.

Millions died to show the world that racial (also called national) socialism was bad. Ten of millions died to demonstrate to a near-majority of the world that class (also called international) socialism (that is, communism) was bad. Millions of children and adults will be mutilated and die to prove to the world that gender socialism is bad.

If only there were something in common among race socialism, class socialism, and gender socialism that could allow us to anticipate the vileness of gender socialism and to reject it now before millions suffer. If only.

Gender socialism promotes weird surgeries that would have disgusted a Nazi (or Japanese surgeon) convicted of crimes against humanity.

Democracy

When lawyers (called lobbyists) write bills, when lawyers (called legislators) pass laws, when lawyers (called governors) sign laws, when lawyers (called regulators) expand laws, when lawyers (called attorneys) argue about laws before lawyers (called judges) at trials which are publicized by lawyers (called reporters), this is called democracy.