Because The Institution Is An NPC Factory

I’ve never been big into gaming, but I’ve been involved enough to know what an NPC (None Player Character) is. The video below explains more about NPC’s. (If you’re allergic to profanity, you won’t want to watch this.)

But if you don’t want to watch the video, in short, a None Character Player is a character in a virtual world who is there for aesthetics, or for a sense of reality. If you have stolen a car and are driving like a madman through your virtual online urbania, it doesn’t look very realistic if the city is deserted. Enter the NPC.

The NPC is a virtual person whose actions are preprogrammed to fit a small script. In the same way, the new Social Justice Warrior (SJW) works much like an NPC. His actions, when confronted with a given situation, have been preprogrammed, hence the immediate dismissal with name-calling when the SJW hears an opinion or viewpoint that differs from his own narrow-minded, and preprogrammed view.

I’ve always said that the public school system is a massive democrat factory. I’ll go a step further now and say that what it produces is NPC’s: virtual robots that have been preprogrammed, and who lack the ability to think, to be challenged, or to examine the programming that they have received from the institution. It is a programming that sets them against a reality that exists nowhere else but between their own ears. Normal is what they have been programmed to see as normal and anything that challenges that programming is weird, foreign, and ought to, according to their programming, be rejected and dismissed with a litany of names like bigot, homophobe, misogynist, and on and on. This is the very reason that they can live such hypocritical lives where they hate and ridicule anyone who acts on an agenda foreign to their own by accusing them of being haters among other things.

For the thoughtful, it ought to be more than a passing ponder as to how an entire hemisphere transitioned from a thousands-year-old understanding of marriage to a never-previously-considered view.  But it’s worse than that really. It’s not as if there’s simply a new understanding, no, there’s also a new understanding of evil too because if you don’t buy their preprogrammed line about the new definition of marriage, you do not simply find yourself in disagreement; you find yourself as being accused of being evil and deserving of hate, ridicule, the loss of job, and one day soon imprisonment. It was quite a feat to change so many minds so drastically in such a short amount of time. The question is, how was it done?

The answer is hidden in plain sight. It was done just down the street on that sprawling campus full of windowless brick buildings. It was orchestrated over generations through incremental reprogramming. First, it had to deprogram through relativism. It had to teach that people who thought differently about things must not be rejected because what was right for some was not necessarily right for others. Once a few generations had been programmed in this way, the path to an entirely new way of thinking was opened up. The institution was then filled with blank-slate minds upon which elitist could write whatever code their faculty lounge dreams had dredged up. And the subjects upon which they would write their dream-code would have no defense against it for they, and their parents, had been deprogrammed in order to be re-programmed. My generation was taught to not judge. The current production line is programmed to judge all with differing views than their own as bigots, homophobes, and whatever else. How else does one explain such massive shifts in thought over such a narrow span of time?

Even now, even those who fancy themselves as “conservative”, or beholden to a higher order, are repulsed by certain realities that they have been programmed to be repulsed by. That’s why leftist can be outrageous in their proclamations and raise not an eyebrow. But for a conservative to call abortion murder, or something so seemingly innocuous as to not allow oneself into a situation where he might later be #metooed,  well then, outrage!! That’s over the line.

The way back to sanity is around the giant mountain that is the institution. It seems like a journey through the wilderness for those who haven’t trod there. But from one who has both trod there, and who has personally lived the through-the-mountain experience, I can say that the path round is well-worn, that you won’t be alone, and that the journey is much safer and enjoyable than it looks to be. And besides, what is there to lose?

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