The first farce of modern liberalism, equality, is evident from realizing that people, outside of a rational legal system, are not equal. If one cannot understand this obvious fact, then Yours Truly can be of no further assistance to the Gentle Reader.
The second trust of modern liberalism is caring; caring, like justice, is a plastic concept means what one wants it to mean, neither more nor less. Along with caring, “good intentions” are held in high esteem by modern liberals-when the intended results never materialize; failures are marginalized and the trumpeting of “good intentions” become paramount.
The most recent manifestation of modern liberalism is conservation, commonly referred to by the whimsical and meaningless application of “going green”. It seems that “going green” is treated as a panacea, as though society will reach Utopia when the “carbon footprint” reaches zero. We wonder how modern liberals cannot realize that the goal of a zero carbon footprint returns mankind to a very primitive state. If they do realize this implication, then they do not care about the well being of society, contrary to all assertions.
We observe the ubiquitous agenda to conserve limited natural resources, so called. As a Capricorn, Yours Truly finds waste to be repugnant, an inefficiency, unproductive. However, the subtle implication of this aspect of the modern liberal agenda is that individuals cannot act in their best interest; the masses need to be told what to consume, how much to consume and what not to consume. Modern Liberalism: “We are concerned about many vital issues, because the majority doesn’t care.”
Because of philosophy’s dependence on Nature as their standard of morality, some philosophers have speculated that Nature is eternal. We will not enter the discussion regarding the permanence of matter or if it is eternal. However, modern science clearly teaches that matter cannot be destroyed, it can only change forms: solid to liquid to gas and, finally, to plasma. Since the merits of the permanence of matter has been suggested by modern science, the Gentle Reader can weigh the merits of the claim that the soul is immortal.
From the foregoing observations, we understand that the three tenets of modern liberalism can only appeal to the most dedicated and committed individuals; by its nature, modern liberalism cannot appeal to the majority. We do not know from who, or when, the tenets of modern liberalism were formulated. However, since these three claims are the opposite of what Nature instructs her students, we speculate that the doctrines of modern liberalism were formulated by a political pseudo-philosopher or sophist. Our suspicion may be confirmed by the abundance of technical jargon, ambiguous terms and uncertain meanings found throughout modern liberalism’s literature.
Technical jargon is one technique found in esoteric writing to indicate to a select audience that the overt message is not the intended subject. Therefore, we are confident that the abundance of technical jargon in the program of modern liberalism strongly suggests that the true agenda is not the explicitly stated goal.
We will not speculate to the esoteric doctrine of modern liberalism, however, we would not be completely surprised if the true goal of modern liberalism tis the promotion of the standards of Nature. We offer the following for the Gentle Reader’s benefit:
Eventually, people will question the claim of quality, and conclude that people are not equal.
Eventually, people will question the claim of caring, and conclude that we cannot help everyone; only those select individuals share our virtues.
Eventually, people will question the claim of conservation, and conclude that it is only a method for a minority to dictate acceptable action or behavior to the majority.
Of the three virtues of Saint Paul, only charity has demonstrable results in the world, and while the three tenets of modern liberalism affect human interactions and perceptions of reality, none the effects are positive.
In conclusion, since the triad of modern liberals is against the revelation of unvarying Nature, and although modern liberalism will have sporadic success, ultimately it will fail, as its premises are unnatural, that is, they are false.