That was 2015 – wait till you see 2016

Roger Simon in 2016: Year of the Chinese Curse first reviews the Obama years 1-7:

On the domestic front, race relations — initially pretty good, considering we’re talking about flawed human beings — have turned more sour than they’ve been in decades. A healthcare program was rammed down the country’s throat with multiple lies and now appears to be imploding on itself. The economy has stalled for years with the key labor participation rate near an all-time low. And our college campuses have turned into spawning grounds for over-privileged brats poised to imitate the excesses of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.

But those problems are almost nothing compared to the international situation. Sunni extremism, which looked to be somewhat contained, has exploded in barbarism not seen since the mass butcheries of Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot with ISIS, Boko Haram and al Qaeda. Add to this the bizarre non-agreement made by our country and others with Iran, bankrolling the religious psychotic mullahs to the tune of $100 billion plus, and the only conclusion you can come to is our government has gone insane or willfully seeks the suicide of the West in the face of Islam. On top of all this, the West, including the USA, is being invaded by Muslim refugees, a vast majority of whom undoubtedly believe in Sharia.

The past is prelude. Whatever is about to happen next has a darkness to it that makes optimism hard to find. It is why people such as myself wish Abbott were still PM. He had his flaws, but he at least understood the times in which we live. Mr Inane and Empty has no evident idea what the problems are never mind what to do about anything.

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253 Responses to That was 2015 – wait till you see 2016

  1. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B. says:

    Although I am philosophically a liberal, not a conservative, it is clear that libertarianism has a major flaw in that it seeks to vacate the public domain. They think you can have a completely blank space in public life without anyone’s actual values or opinions affecting anything. But building a commons on nothing more than a ceasefire is untenable, there is no such thing as a neutral public domain, all that means is it is up for grabs from whoever is the most organised and determined, and that usually means Islamists.

    Well said, Fisky. I am a libertarian at heart, but it is untenable in procedures.

  2. C.L. says:

    Lad – that paper you showed me seems to prove my point.

    No it doesn’t. Without any kind of formal state government prior to Federation, taxation was significant and governmental control over everything was pervasive.

  3. . says:

    No it doesn’t. Without any kind of formal state government prior to Federation, taxation was significant and governmental control over everything was pervasive.

    …but much lower than before WWI, and definitely lower than before WWII and the post Whitlam era.

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