The Lies of the Pathological Narcissistic Ruling Class
The Oklahoma Supreme Court overrules the Ten Commandments.
On Saturday, America celebrated its 239th birthday. Throughout these two-plus centuries, the United States has survived the War Between the States, multiple economic depressions, World Wars, natural disasters and terror attacks perpetrated by pure evil. Over the past seven years, however, a frontal assault from lawless and Godless ruling elites has left America staggered and maimed, damaged by a destructive, malignant force we’ll call the Pathological Narcissistic Ruling Class (PNRC).
Last week, Oklahoma’s Supreme Court, despite its lettered and lawyered justices, made a judgment that mirrors the logic of recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings. This decision, devoid of legal and constitutional standing, reversed a district court verdict regarding a monument on state grounds that received its funding from private sources (i.e., no tax dollars.) Because the statue included a visual presentation of the Ten Commandments, a complaint was leveled claiming “offense” due to its religious nature.
The Oklahoma Court agreed it must be removed.
By this rationale, the PNRC can’t possibly oppose murder (commandment number six), or theft (commandment number eight), or lying (commandment number nine), due to their mention in a Judeo-Christian text.
Without lying and public humiliation — the most powerful tools of the ruling class — the political Left and amoral center-right would have to stand on reason, dialogue and debate. Yet with one feigned offense or charge of “intolerance” or religious zealotry, the PNRC reigns.
The ruling is based, once again, on the false premise of separation of church and state, which was spun out of whole cloth deception.
Where did that term originate?
The Danbury Baptist Association of Danbury, Connecticut, wrote to President Thomas Jefferson in 1801 to lodge a complaint over their state’s financial and legislative support of the Puritan “Congregational Church.” In their letter, the Baptists recognized the truths stated in both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, addressing God-given inalienable rights and the true meaning of the First Amendment, which protected individual religion against state-sanctioned churches like the British monarchy’s Church of England.
Jefferson agreed with the Danbury Baptist Association, writing, “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature would ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between Church and State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties.”
Get that? Jefferson fully agreed with the Baptists that the government should “make no law respecting the establishment of religion” and never be engaged in “prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”
The “wall of separation between Church and State” is in a piece of correspondence, not law, not in the U.S. Constitution. And on top of that, the existence of Jefferson’s “wall of separation” is to protect the individual practice and exercise of religion from the State, not the other way around.
Yet in a 1947 Supreme Court case, a member of the PNRC deceptively utilized and misapplied Jefferson’s intent. In a suit filed against a New Jersey school district, Justice Hugo Black reinterpreted the First Amendment to include Jefferson’s “wall of separation,” using it as part of a judgment that cited the reimbursement of parents whose children took public transportation to get to parochial schools constituted governmental support of a religion.
That’s where all of this nonsense began: with a lie.
Mark Twain once jested, “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.”
Words have meaning, but in the hands of the pathologically narcissistic ruling class, the ideas of right and wrong, good and evil are arbitrarily and relatively applied in a manner based solely on their whims.
Americans are being deceived by educators, politicians, the Leftmedia media and all who despise the Judeo-Christian faith.
So, why the moniker, “pathologically narcissistic ruling class?”
Simple. To understand narcissistic “rulers” permits us to anticipate and challenge the current destruction of America.
When one’s goal is to redefine all institutions and societal norms, the end result will be a new normal that awards license rather than true Liberty.
License to make a gender assignment based on emotion rather than chromosomal biology. License to create a government-sanctioned gospel to replace the true one. License to disdainfully disregard existing statutes, laws and governance through mob protests and arbitrary enforcement, in order to create new laws that have no constitutional basis.
After decades of pampered praise based on intentions and fairness rather than actions and achievement, there has arisen a pathetically weak and frail populous of self-important victims who would rather muddle in mediocrity and government entitlement than strive, work, risk and excel as an individual. These perpetual dependents march mindlessly behind the PNRC, guaranteeing a voting bloc devoted to maintaining the nanny state.
Leaders of this conforming mass are most often highly narcissistic, with some ranking off-the-charts in their pathology. Narcissists disallow dissent of any type from the governed and completely reject introspection. They equate opposition with a challenge to their superiority, and personal reflection might require assessing their own achievements, which could lead to learning from previous experience and history. The trouble is that learning from previous experience and history would expose any honest individual to the risk of recognizing failure and viewing the past as beneficial.
Hence, the need to purge history and reframe reality based on the whims and primacy of this pathologically narcissistic ruling elite.
So, expect continued lies and the marginalization of those who love America for its true founding and authentic God-given individual freedoms. Anticipate the committed eradication of history that points to anything but oppression, racism and individual baseness, so that the mandates of the PNRC can replace all institutions — faith, marriage, family, etc. — with government-approved and run institutions.
Hey, America, it’s time for the Twenty-First Century Revolution of Truth.