More “Borg” Thinking

By MamaLiberty

More BORG thinking and rationalization. It’s not elites vs. populists. It’s cities vs. the countryside.

“In the low-density and underdeveloped countryside, people live in much closer proximity to nature, surrounded by forces human beings only marginally control. In that context, individuals, families, and communities tend to feel smaller, less omnipotent, more vulnerable.”

Utter nonsense. Written, obviously, by someone who knows nothing about human nature – or anything in nature. His bias for the big city is very evident, but I doubt he even understands city people very well.

This insane idea that, somehow, everyone must live the same way, value the same things, be “controlled” –  yet each faction so often demands everyone else become what THEY are, what they want, no matter what force or fraud or lies are used to get there. That includes ALL political parties and factions, all of those who are ready to riot and burn things to maintain their PC privileged positions.

Luckily for everyone, they’ll never agree on what everyone should be, and will continue to fight each other tooth and nail.

So few people seem to even consider that individuals can be equal in liberty, have very different views and priorities, yet live cooperatively in voluntary association – or be free NOT to associate if they wish.

Oh no… somehow the “will of the majority” – a real joke, actually – and whoever has the most money/power/influence is supposed to somehow overpower all individuality and create a BORG… hive mind, a population of powerless slaves.

Resistance is NOT futile.  Resist!

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4 Responses to More “Borg” Thinking

  1. Unclezip says:

    In a way, I’m glad they are convinced we don’t control our rural environment. They can stay in the sardine can; we’ll enjoy sunshine and nature and wide open spaces, without having to trip over the zombies.


    • MamaLiberty says:

      Indeed, Unclezip!! I just shake my head when folks visit here, then complain that there are none of the “city amenities” like street after street of theaters, bars, restaurants and shopping. They want the beauty, the quiet, the “trees” and all the country things alongside the city stuff. The saddest is when the gentlemen realize they love the country quiet best, but their wives can’t let go of the city life. Some of them decide to come anyway, but most don’t stay long. And something about 5 feet of snow and no regular snowplows in our long winters tends to hurry that along.


      • mobiuswolf says:

        “snow and no regular snowplows in our long winters tends to hurry that along.”
        That’s the best feature. It really weeds them out.


      • MamaLiberty says:

        Indeed, but I am very grateful to be retired so I don’t have to battle that snow myself much either. I think so often of those who must… the truck drivers, the ranchers, the folks who do plow the roads, and all of those who go to work each day in the grocery stores and so forth; those who repair the electric lines, and so many others. That they stay here and continue the battle is a testament to their sturdy character. And anyone coming here to live who has that character is more than welcome as far as I’m concerned.

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