The World is in Deep Trouble
Its been 77 years since World War II ended, and the world is in deep trouble. The failure of the West to honestly confront its involvement in the marginalization and eventual extermination of some 6 million Jews during the Holocaust surpasses the worst atrocities committed by Europeans during 2,000 years of Jewish exile from their homeland.
The coldly calculated cynicism of the West from 1933 to 1945 in the murder of Jews is still with us today in the Universities of America, Europe and its political elites, not to mention the resurgents of Jew-hatred to be found in the homes of the common man.
This inability to eradicate the spirit of anti-Semitism from its body politic is the reason for its headlong rush to commit national suicide. The six million were not the only ones to go up in smoke. Their tormentors are joining them.
Today’s children are the inheritors of their grandparent’s absurd convictions. They shattered the norms of civilization—opening a chasm in the destiny of mankind, which now spirals out of control ever downwards towards the abyss.
This is the West’s reward for looking the other way while Nazi Germany and its willing helpers set about to cleanse Europe of the Jewish “virus.” The gas chambers and crematory ovens have become a symbol of Western man’s moral bankruptcy.
The world now confronts a moral problem that its inhabitants can’t recognize due to their moral decadence. They have bought into a barbaric dream where kindness is replaced by cruelty, civility by barbarity and criminal madness where once a moral high ground ruled the senses if imperfectly.
This generation has lost their moral judgment thanks to a diet of Disneyland and Holywood pig swill over many decades. It can emulate the worst atrocities of their grandparents, and let’s not be fooled. We are not talking of the primitive instinct of the few. Rather, the self-professed rationalists, intelligent, educated and above all, cynical and callous, like the moth, are attracted to the flame that will end their civilization. This generation is experiencing an identity crisis that’s to be understood in its inability to understand its own identity while ignorant of the meaning of life. His purpose escapes him, and he senses he has no future, so he is condemned to a life of absurdity. His malady haunts him, but he doesn’t know why it’s so. He can’t see that 6 million Jewish men, women and children devoured in the gas chambers and crematory ovens are the underlying cause of his extreme pessimism and scepticism that condemns his existence.
Deep, deep trouble.