I have a problem. I am trying to understand what those on the left want? I don’t mean the fuzzy social liberal equality for all type answers – I mean what is the end game? What do they get out of it.
We have several “tiers” of left in this country (and in the world for that matter) as defined by the communist manual to overthrow a state (communism 101 – I have the book!)
First you infiltrate the Universities and institute socialist teachings. This occurred in the 50’s and 60’s. Once this process is complete you have converted the teachers, local and government civil services and crucially the media – Done!
Second – you take over the unions and turn them from the protector of workers to the purveyor of hatred of any successful person – particularly those with either skill or money. Done! (They also became the bullies of the socialist left – the organisers – similar in my opinion to the brownshirts of Nazi Germany.)
Third – stir up the indigenous population – instil in them a sense of grievance and help them demand ever more reparation from the rest of society. – This will divide the population and cause social unrest. – Done!
Fourth – Destroy the basic tenants of our western society by attacking the pillars of that society – the Westminster system of governance in NZ through MMP, the removal of access to the privy council and then ultimately through a republic with the inevitable president for life. (If you feel this is being a bit harsh I give you – North Korea, Russia, Turkey, Cuba etc etc.) In Europe the erosion has been through the EU and its unelected governing system. This is still a work in progress and has suffered a real setback through Brexit (Go the Brits!)
A Second tier battle against western society is to promote mass immigration from countries with different cultures. The Clark government changed NZ forever by opening the doors to non-western immigration particularly from people of the religion of peace. – In progress.
So… does this get me any closer to answering the question – what is they want? Read more »