Statism, a word that I seldom hear used by many people, but used like a false god.
I long for when people not ask for government but ask of what they could do for themselves and their neighbors.
Please think on these concepts.
(H/T to DJ Mitchell for the reblog and reminder of where are heads should be)
Statism in Five Images
January 30, 2021 by Dan Mitchell
Back in 2018, I shared five images that accurately capture leftism, which is the Mussolini-ish notion of “All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state” (one of the images was subsequently deleted, so you can enjoy this column if you want five of them).
Today, we’re going to look at five more example that reveal the statist mindset.
We’ll start with this algorithm showing how our leftist friends analyze real and imagined problems.
It’s especially frustrating that they inevitably decide that the proper response to government-caused problems is more power for government.
Anyhow, here’s a picture of two of those leftists.
Speaking of government, here’s a cartoon showing the attitude statists have when they obtain power.
Next, we have this clever meme.
The opposite of libertarianism, to say the very least.
I’ve saved the best for last, as usual.