The Unified Field Theory of Madness

It all started at Ace, as it often does. In this case I was directed to
a post by John C Wright
in which he addresses something very intriguing to me. Something that I have been investigating and thinking about for years:

The theory must explain, first, the honest decency of the modern liberals combined with their astonishing indifference, nay, hostility to facts, common sense, and evidence; second, it must explain their high self-esteem (or, to be blunt, their pathological narcissism) combined not merely with an utter lack of accomplishment, but with their utter devotion to destructiveness, a yearning to ruin everything they touch; third, it must explain their sanctimoniousness combined with their applause, praise, support, and tireless efforts to spread all perversions (especially sexual), moral decay, vulgarity, and every form of desecration; fourth, their pretense of intellectual superiority combined with their notorious mental fecklessness; fifth, it must explain both their violence and their pacifism; sixth, the theory must explain why they hate the very things they should love most; seventh, the theory must explain why they are incapable of comprehending an honest disagreement or any honorable foe.

It is said that being able to describe a problem is half the battle, and this is a far better description than anything I could come with, and indeed, better than anything else I’ve ever seen in this regard.

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