George, Meghan & Harry – The Decline of Priceless

Yes, George Floyd has much in common with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and they all are part of the same shameful behavior. Humans trying to distance themselves from their own stupidity, abuses, arrogance and other systemic blunders accompanying a species that resists freeing itself of its own self-imprisonment.

“The only thing the dominant culture is willing to be honest about is that they prefer the lie of ‘social justice’ ”

At the bottom of it all, whether its BLM, ANTIFA, Cancel Culture, Corporate-Governance, Racism, Sexism and every other idiotic syllogism you can fantasize over, it’s all about the money and/or the power a narrative can invoke to ensure the power of money or the power money can acquire.

Count on it, before the week ends George Floyd’s family will settle not for justice, if there is such an achievable outcome (in this circumstance or any other that shares the same narrative), but for a price tag. Why? Because the object of contention is not about justice, not even close and that is because to have a just outcome you must be willing to acknowledge that there is a domain where actions are first and foremost of a causal origin and let’s be honest with one another, this is not at all possible at this point in the diminution of our social contract.

The only thing the dominant culture is willing to be honest about is that they prefer the lie of “social justice”, if they didn’t they’d actually have to work for a living and at some point they’d have to acknowledge their own culpability which, I believe we can agree, is simply not likely to happen.

“Harry’s break from the Royal Order is his attempted deathblow to an Aristocratic Order that he holds responsible for the loss of his Mother.”

Harry & Meghan represent a most interesting break from the routine of monarchical order, a structure that’s existed since the claim of “divine right.” Don’t you find it interesting that the Legacy (so called “Prince” Harry) of a Monarch is now asserting a sensitivity to the distinction of race, it’s quite ironic on one hand and I believe far more telling about the rift that exists within the rank and file of the Windsor-Mountbatten family (yes, the British Monarch is of German/Austrian/Russian ancestry/affiliation; quite a historical curiosity.) Harry’s break from the Royal Order is his attempted deathblow to an Aristocratic Order that he holds responsible for the loss of his Mother, the Princess of Wales.

Much as I find the argument of “systemic racism” specious and deceptively vile likewise try identifying any form of benevolence associated with an order that asserts the provenance of “droit du seigneur” (the “right of the first night”). What type of warped mind comes up with an imposition such as this? My point is simply this: “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone.”

The recasting of a culture’s history, in the form of one’s imagination, is not only selectively abusive it is, in actuality, the more extreme version of the hypocrisy the antagonist uses in support of their contentious ambitions. Licensing this level of dishonesty is more than simply an exhibition of garish brutality, no, it’s far worse: It mindlessly diminishes the priceless value of virtues integral to Mankind’s journey toward discovering his higher purpose.

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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