European Values

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4 Responses to European Values

  1. Buccaneer says:

    The impression that a society has no shared values is identified by marxists as an important step in the transition to marxism and it’s derivatives. With no shared values, why would anyone resist?

    Of course, regardless of whether values are shared or not, a nation’s people can still rally around a shared desire to resist the values of the invading party. Is the author of the tweet suggesting that use of force against islamic state was pointless?

  2. C.L. says:

    Buccaneer, I think Walsh would argue that the ‘values’ that have brought America down were themselves invasive and haven’t been resisted – leaving the country floundering in a swamp of moral subjectivism. He is therefore questioning how much unity and moral authority the country now has to police crises and enormities abroad.

    What exactly does the ‘West’ now believe in absolutely?

  3. Buccaneer says:

    CL, all valid points, that immediately go out the window once a war starts, because simply war often, but not always, forces people to put aside differences and forgo ‘niceties’ or superfluous tenets to pull together and resist the threat.

    Make no mistake, the west is now under threat, and those that don’t realise it now will likely come around when China reaches for Taiwan in the next short while.

    Will this be the start of the actual great reset that starts the jettison of cultural Marxism?

  4. Buccaneer says:

    I note that Biden, despite warning us for weeks that that evil Putin was going to invade, has announced he will announce further consequences for Russia tomorrow on news of this invasion.

    It’s almost like they didn’t believe Putin would actually do it.

    It’s unforgivable to be that unprepared, it’s unforgivable that such a cretin can achieve such high office.

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