By: Gary D. Barnett
“Up was down, black was white, good was bad, day was night.”
George Costanza—Seinfeld “The Opposite”
Comedy is a true reflection of life, and in many ways, humor can be used to explain the unexplainable; to expose the ludicrous nature of constant seriousness, and the fallibility of man from the standpoint of critical reality in a not-so-severe manner. In order to find the truth, it is sometimes necessary to laugh out loud and at one’s self, and others as well, and in the process, come to see things more clearly.
It has been said that with evil, comes inversion. If this is in fact true, and I believe that it is, we are now living in a time of extreme evil. This world has been turned upside down, as everything seems to be the opposite of what it should be. Where we once had more freedom, we now have more slavery. Where we once were excited about life, we now are depressed. Where we once were a family, we now are alone, and where we once were bold and unafraid, we now live in fear. If everything we are doing is wrong, then doing the opposite should be right.
The ‘normal’ that is sought then, should be the opposite of most everything happening today, so instead of cancel culture, maybe we should concentrate on cancelling the non-artistic, the non-cultural, the unenlightened, the unintellectual, the mass hatred that has nothing to do with fake racism, and everything to do with modern progressivism. It is time to accept our real history and learn from it instead of destroying it. To destroy the past is to destroy the future, and our future is being taken from us by brute force, voluntary submission, and mass stupidity in a world turned upside down.
The possible caveat to this current situation of course, is that humanity is, and has always been, just a messed-up experiment gone bad; that man is inherently evil, and incapable of happiness, love, compassion, empathy, tolerance, and that this path we are on is the natural culmination of fate. If that is so, then nothing of value matters, and life is but a short trek toward death. If the majority ever come to believe this, we are doomed, but if the majority do have natural tendencies of good, then the many should stand against all forms of tyranny, and take back their individual selves, allowing for a better world, and one of more sanity and calm.
With that said, let us look at where we are, where we have been, and where we are going, and once that hell is understood, maybe people will be able to muster enough strength to turn this around and escape the madness. Whether optimistic about this possibility or not, and no reason for unbridled optimism exists to date, without a major change in not only attitude, but also character, of the general population, the future will be very bleak indeed.
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