The Definition Of Insanity

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  1. Larry says:

    Would you consider a new thesis? I would like to pose a comparison between the rise of totalitarian dictatorships in the early 20th century and the present stampede to government overreach due to the China coronavirus. In the 1920s and 1930s broadcast radio became widespread for the first time, and by monopolizing the radio medium power-mad Italian, German, Russian, and later Chinese leaders were able to herd their populations into totalitarianism. In our own time, Internet social media have became widespread for the first time, thus enabling power-made governors and leaders of other countries to stampede their populations into docile submission for a plague no worse, in fact demonstrably less dangerous, than others we have weathered before with equanimity.

    • Mossimo Mobilito says:

      Interesting point. Why wouldn’t have TV ushered in a similar effect? A bigger fail seems education being taken over by outright Marxists and their pink unionist allies over time; combine that with the leanings of the entertainment and news industry. Result: Massive ignorance about Communism. Look up Antonio Gramsci’s “Long March.”

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