Let us continue our defense of the entrepreneur and businessman against the virulence of one Elizabeth Warren, a puppet of George Lakoff and others who authored the progressive playbook. The bile is built up behind the scenes by academic radicals and Hungarian money changers, and is released unto the public by the foaming mouths of Warren et al.
You moved your goods to market on roads the rest of us paid for.
Most of her acidity in this quote is meant to froth the masses and to divide by classes. Her use of the word “us” represents a notion that she is pitting her self-righteousness against you, the people who built this country by building businesses. She is evangelical, and you are sin. How dare you prosper without genuflecting to the state? Be mindful, that you were told in a preceding passage that you could not make it on your own. She once again invokes nomenclature that divides, by using the word “rich” with negative connotations.
You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate
I line as succinct as this, utilizing progressive keywords was not the doing of a useful idiot like Warren. “Workers,” “us,” “educate.” All left-wing buzz-words that were put together in Berkeley for her use, and the use of others. As mentioned, workers is a Marxian term that distinguishes oneself and similarly placing one in a subservient, surf-type position. Again, “us” against “them” [you]. Don’t get me started on “educate.” I have been on both sides of this table, as a student, parent and university and secondary school educator. I have witnessed the big lie of the left first hand.
Those of you lemmings who credit the success of your business to the public education system must not have hired a recent high school grad. The left in manifesto form has taken over public education and has used our children for the past 40 years to further the agenda. I have listened to affirmative action hires tell an assembly of students that they all can be doctors, lawyers, and wholesale jewelers. The average IQ of that assembly has been dummied down, where courses in gender and sexuality carry more weight than American literature. I would rather have my children grow up ignorant than have their minds filled with ultra-tolerant thought that will ruin our nation. If you don’t understand, spend a day at your local high school, assuming you can get through the metal detectors.
You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for. You didn’t have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory…
Notice the use of “forces” as applied to police and firefighters. This is perhaps the best example of Orwellian doublespeak I have seen. Brilliantly put, that while aiding you in your factory in time of need, this is an overt attempt to represent these services as totalitarian to the people.
By the way, how many entrepreneurs today actually have factories? Warren is stuck in the dogma of the industrial revolution, the genesis of capitalism in the west, ensuring that her socialist agenda would never be. To further the progressive doublespeak, the “marauding bands” that you should worry about are those sent to disrupt your business such as the Occupy Wall Street movement, where Warren’s fingerprints can be found.
Always remember comrades, that what they demand of you doesn’t apply to them. The Warren family has an estimated net worth of $15 million, and an annual income of roughly $1 million. Yes, well into the one-percenter rank. However, Pocahontas (Trump’s words, not mine) spent almost her entire pre-political career at tax-exempt educational institutions which, of course, do not pay any taxes.
Now look. You built a factory and it turned into something terrific or a great idea – God bless!
If I see the word “factory” used one more time…The key takeaway here is the smug “God bless!” My guess is the phrase was edited to capitalize “God,” as Warren and her fellow travelers only have faith in the state. Why would one say this? Is it her non-stop, 24/7 support of abortion? Could it be her opposition to religious freedom? Perhaps. Or the fact that she has no home church listed in her Senate bio. God bless her!
Keep a hunk of it. But part of the underlying social contract is you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.”
Let’s close our sermon with her last phrase, as it underlies the progressive world order and asserts its contempt for you and other entrepreneurs. She chose the safe path of government work. No downside and little upside. One knows this going in. You, on the other hand, started a successful factory (did I just say factory?) in spite of crushing government regulation and taxes. After all, we need your tax dollars more than you do, and we know better what to do with them. It isn’t cheap to re-plumb bathrooms across the nation for gender neutrality.