Liberalism as a Parasitic Ecosystem

aa-liberalism ahead turn back now Liberalism emerges from the desire to hide one’s flaws and misdeeds in a crowd that accepts everything. The primacy of niceness ensures that not only will no failures face consequences, whether resulting from lack of ability or poor choices, but neither will any moral failings. The egalitarian restriction ensures that no one can be left behind for their brokenness—everyone must carry them along, and none shall go too far ahead of the slowest. This ideology has a strong appeal to those with low self-image. A perception—which can be correct or not—of the self as too flawed to have any substantial worth to others results in an insecurity from which these ideological demands are made. This also applies to the otherwise healthy who succumb to pity, seeing themselves in others, fearing that they could become so flawed.

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