We noticed there’s always a They

Both edges of the trench, according to the Z Man’s reckoning:

When people talk about the political divide in the West, they often focus on practical matters like nationalism versus globalism. In reality, the divide is between the search for factual truth versus the search for moral truth. Not only are the goals different, but the methods are different. Both sides look at the human condition and wonder why things are as they are, but one side seeks to explain the great diversity of man, while the other side seeks to exterminate these differences, in order to reach a moral end.

That’s why there is so much more diversity of thought and opinion on this side. There can be only one moral framework, one set of moral truths. If two men say they’re Jesus, one of them must be wrong, thus the ever narrowing of our intellectual class. As the free thinkers and the curious are cast out, they find their way to this side, having to first cross the river of the damned, accepting biological reality. Living outside the favor of the popular gods is not always a lot of fun, but it’s vastly more interesting than the other side.

Then again, anything opposed to globalism will get at least some of my attention.

4 comments

  1. McGehee »

    18 January 2019 · 11:56 am

    If two men say they’re Jesus, one of them must be wrong

    Of course, they can also both be wrong.

  2. Roger Green »

    18 January 2019 · 9:45 pm

    must be industrial disease

  3. McGehee »

    19 January 2019 · 3:22 am

    I went own to Speaker’s Corner and I was thunderstruck.

  4. The Other McCain »

    20 January 2019 · 10:45 pm

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