As we enter the 2nd week of the New Order, the Junta issued a decree which resulted in a de facto change of the national flag. To my mind, doing things like changing flags, building forts around the national capitol, effacing cultural monuments, putting former leaders on trial, imposing curfews and travel restrictions, etc. sounds a lot more like a Revolution than just another new Administration assuming office. The Head-of-State even set up a new social Commissar's office dealing with so-called LGBTQ Affairs. (No it's not a dating service, though the title might suggest that 😇). Obama had first established the position in late 2015, but it was abolished by President Trump before it could do too much damage.
To the average Ameroboob, of course, the symbolism of this flag policy is completely lost.
What these pinheads fail to understand is that a flag is a little bit more than some national fashion statement. Yes, I realize that some Conservatives in the past---though they were well-intentioned---went overboard with flag-burning laws and such. But that's not what this is about. A national flag is a symbol not only of the nation, but what the nation represents. Now our Old Glory contains 50 stars on a field of blue, representing each State which voluntarily is a part of our Union. The stripes represent the War of Independence, the white being the Faith in a Higher Power and the Justice of our Cause; the red representing the willingness to fight for it. When people see a flag, they understand what kind of nation they are dealing with.
"In its time, it could have been considered science fiction, since science-based methods for altering people's behavior did not yet exist. Such methods are now known as applied behavior analysis. Walden Two is controversial because its characters speak of a rejection of free will including a rejection of the proposition that human behavior is controlled by a non-corporeal entity, such as a spirit or a soul. Walden Two embraces the proposition that the behavior of organisms, including humans, is determined by environmental variables, and that systematically altering environmental variables can generate a socio-cultural system that very closely approximates utopia."
By 1995, Christopher Lasch warned in his study Haven in a Heartless World that "much of the past century’s family-related social science views the traditional family’s work of child-bearing and parenthood as authoritarian, repressive, untutored and untrained . . . the last stand of the amateur, and therefore in need of expert oversight. In effect, it functions as a new kind of religion with a new kind of clergy." Despite Lasch's warnings, Hilary Clinton published It Takes a Village to Raise a Child the following year. Clinton's book went to the Bestseller List and was reprinted in 2006. Lasch's is rarely encountered outside of academic circles.
Aside from its symbolic representation of Identity Politics, the Rainbow Flag also represents the converse: Collective Guilt. False guilt is a major psychological weapon in the Neo-Marxist's arsenal. What C.C. Peckham recently observed about Klaus Schwab, the ideologue behind the Great Reset fairly describes the general attitude of most of the supporters of the Left: