In 1492 Columbus Sailed the Oceans Blue


And so we arrive at the stark truth – there is no running or hiding from the future.

It is the task of free citizens to take a hold of the emerging new technologies into their own hands, for their own purposes: to live in society that acts towards human freedom and dignity of the soul. A world where our small children can grow up in a world without unnecessary humility or fear. A world where there is promise and hope, a promise truly justified by a real-existing society around them based upon what is true, what is beautiful, and what is good.



 

4 thoughts on “In 1492 Columbus Sailed the Oceans Blue

  1. Dennis Martin November 24, 2020 / 4:45 pm

    George Orwell, Author of 1984 and Animal Farm, wrote this as well:

    “He who controls the Past controls the Present. He who controls the Present controls the Future.”

    And for those disgusted with the outcome of our Presidential election, a quote from another Progressive icon of the past:

    “Its not who votes that decide, its who counts the votes that decide.”-Stalin

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  2. Dennis Martin November 24, 2020 / 4:43 pm

    George Orwell, Author of 1984 and Animal Farm, wrote this as well:

    “He who controls the Past controls the Present. He who controls the Present controls the Future.”

    And for those disgusted with the outcome of our Presidential election, a quote from another Progressive icon of the past:

    “Its not who votes that decide, its who counts the votes that decide.”-Stalin

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  3. Dennis November 22, 2020 / 1:04 pm

    Columbus! He was the NEIL ARMSTRONG of his age. The Age of Exploration. I stood in his cramped, dark home in Genoa, Italy years ago. I have seen his monuments in Havana, Jamaica, Santo Domingo and elsewhere in the Caribe. Of course in Spain and until the Marxist insurrection, in major cities of the USA.

    He opened the New World to the Old World. In the 1400s, all the world still had war, slavery, injustice, superstition and greed. The Aztecs, Incas, Tainos, Caribes, and the North American Indians, all practiced superstition, cruelty in war and perhaps none more grotesquely than the Aztecs. Just in four days, they sacrificed over 83,000 men, women and kids by slicing out their beating hearts, cutting off the heads and kicking the lifeless victims down the steps of their temples in Tenochtitlan just to celebrate the coronation of Moctezuma’s father as King.

    Bernal Diaz recounts how Cortez, being shown the interior of the temple, smeared with human blood, stinking to high Heaven, had asked Moctezuma to allow him to clean the putrefaction and place the loving iMage of St. Mary with the Infant Jesus. He told Moctezuma, ‘Sire, surely you know these idols of stone cannot help you?’ Famous words in reply: ‘Had I known you would say such a thing, I would not have brought you here. We shall not speak of it again.’

    The Progressives can celebrate the savages and cannibals. I vote for the Blessed Mother and Jesus. The church and colonization led to a far better way of life than war, human sacrifice, and superstition.

    The past must be understood in it’s own context. It was survival of the fittest. Dog eat dog, where only the strong survive in a hostile world. The natives had slaves too and treated them badly. They also killed and ate their captives. No thanks.

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