Rob Bell coined the phrase some time back, “Love Wins” with his book with the same title. It was an assault on the traditional understanding of human sexuality, the Bible, and traditional Christianity — and by Traditional Christianity I mean the Christianity that doesn’t glean its morals of the day from the Democrat Party talking points. And it was a hateful assault, as all assaults are.
We humans like to see ourselves as good people, indeed loving people. We also want others to see us the same way. But when you stop and think about it, hatred is much more easily dredged up from our inner being than love is. We are mostly indifferent, but beyond that, love is actually more difficult to get out of us than hate. So imagine what the possibilities are when someone manages to get us to hate in the name of love like Rob Bell did in Love Wins. We can do one of the easiest things for us to do, and we can virtue signal about how loving we are as we do it. But love is not winning when we do this, hate is.
The institution at its highest levels understands this. It teaches your students to see themselves as righteous and good for hating the right things. Nick Pilgrim does a great job of pointing this out, though he doesn’t broach the subject of confusing hate for love, in this little video about his book, Black Culture Matters:
Pilgrim is trying to save blacks from drowning in an ocean of hatred. Notice in the video clips he includes all of the hatred on display. Then ask yourself, how could these mean-spirited people see themselves as virtuous and loving? The answer is that the institution has indoctrinated them to see themselves this way. They were programmed to think this way long before they began to think of the world outside of themselves.
Along these same lines is an excellent article written by a high school student who managed to escape the institution’s indoctrination because his father spent time preparing his mind for the onslaught of propaganda that the institution would be dishing out to him. The institution required him to write a speech and so he chose the topic of “division”. In it he wrote about how identity politics had ruined his high school years. An excerpt:
During my sophomore year of high school, a mandatory lesson for the entire school was scheduled regarding the concept of being an ally towards those who were labeled as being marginalized. All homeroom teachers were required to discuss the idea that “privileged” people need to stand up for the minority students and ensure their safety and well-being. Minority students included anyone that was not white, straight, and Christian.
Using the word, privileged, is clever I must admit. It has a way of turning love on its head because it draws on other base emotions, envy and jealousy, that a civilized society ought to be attempting to teach its young to conquer, rather than using them to exploit hatred. It’s clever because, rather than blatantly teaching students to hate white, straight Christians, it frames the idea in loving the victims of these “sorts” of people. The end is the same however, hatred wins. It ought not to surprise us then when a gender confused young woman* starts shooting up her high school campus because she “loves” those oppressed by those she’s been cleverly trained to hate.
And there is this video:
Why do students hate this way? Because hatred is much easier to teach than tolerance and love. Hatred also helps the institution prepare your children to do its bidding years down the road. And it teaches your children that doing hateful things, as well as adopting a violent and intolerant attitude toward those who hold views that are diverse from yours, is a loving attitude to have. That way the poor souls being destroyed by the institution will see themselves as living virtuously as they descend into evil.
So when you watch something like this:
and you wonder how humans can be so evil and violent to their fellow humans, just know that they can be that way because they are indoctrinated to be that way under the guise of “love wins”. But it’s obviously not love that’s winning in the hearts of the indoctrinated. It’s hate. Because when you want to control people, hate wins.
* Here is an article from LGBTQ Nation on the young girl who opened fire on her fellow students in her Colorado high school. It had this to say:
A source close to the investigation told KMGH-TV that the shooters’ motivations went “beyond bullying” and “involved revenge and anger towards others at the school.
Erickson’s best friend Aiden Beatty told The Denver Post that Erickson enjoyed musical theater and had just gotten a job as a vocal instructor. He said that his friend wasn’t bullied all that much at the school.
“[She] would say so-and-so doesn’t like me,” Beatty said, but he said that Erickson didn’t mention anything more serious.
Other articles blame her actions on the bullying she supposedly received. But I think it was the opposite. I think she was trained to be a bully by the institution, and she was exceptionally good at it.