For you sitcom watchers and sports fanatics totally unaware of reality, two Harvard researchers—the mention of Harvard or any other Ivy League school is scary in itself—have found a copy of America’s Declaration of Independence in England, made ten years after the fact and differs from the original as well as other copies. This copy, say those determined to find America to be illegitimately founded, proves the Framers of the Constitution, yes they are different documents, intended a National Government would rule over all—goodbye tenth amendment. Add the NY Times op-ed,” What snowflakes get right about free speech.”—goodbye first amendment; followed, over time, by America’s entire governing document—The Constitution. The tyrannical world of AD3201 is on its way and will arrive sooner that I originally thought; perhaps I should change the title to AD2201. I hope to have the book ready for your enlightenment and reading pleasure next year.
I learned a new word today; I’d like to share it with you.
Intersectionality: the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, gender, global warming, anti-progress, socialism, and so on, as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination, disadvantage, or hardship imposed by capitalism, personal responsibility, and the Constitution.
So, now we know the religion of “college snowflake” whose mantra is, “Through an awareness of Intersectionality, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us." In other words: only intersectionalityists—all elitists and in their minds, experts, who are scared of everything—can argue solutions.
Anything we deplorables question about any part of the snowflake’s religion becomes a condemnation of every aspect of their drug of the moment—all snowflakes are ministers of Intersectionality, required to inform everyone blinded by the Constitution, the wrong-of-their-ways. Those addicted to the Woodstock religion of the sixties and seventies of which several are tenured professors in our universities, while others acquired permanent status in news networks have taught and elevated their convictions to Intersectionality—a drug for snowflakes.
Do we dare consider what religion (drug) snowflakes will set in place for future Americans? Will there come a time when living under the thumb of a third-world dictator is the norm?
Should The Club fail in its effort to enlighten and move the unformed of today from fantasy to reality, Americans are destined to experience unmitigated slavery in a world ruled over by dictators appointed by a One-world government. A time when stories passed down on death beds from older to younger generations are considered nothing more than myths created from hope and dreams.
Welcome to AD 3201 where we finally learn what Kris Kristofferson meant when he sang—Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.