Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Remembers Tocqueville’s Remarks on HOW to Break a People’s Spirit

Nobody Remembers

In light of the state of our media this last decade, it’s clear the liberal progressives have used every outlet they can to basically mold, intimate, and shame the masses into submission to the vision of the progressive people who are actually in charge.

From the Muslim and Hispanic invasion, to gay marriage, to free abortion on demand, to now, the damnation of the male sex, we are constantly told how evil we are, and how ignorant in wanting our own sovereignty, we are told that nationalism is a BAD thing.

Not many people today believe that such a thing is happening or that our own leaders would even partake in such lies: But we see it everywhere. Traditions of America are being subjugated and attacked by our progressive politicians at every chance. And its been going on for decades.

The West is being trained to obey…like rats in a cage.

Nobody would be surprised to know that this con game being prompted upon Western Civilization is nothing new…in fact it’s been done throughout history.

I read this quote this morning and thought it was worth posting in light of my own Nobody Opinions about the madness of the progressive propaganda.

Mark Levine quoted Tocqueville in his book Rediscovering Americanism:

Tocqueville observed that there is no end to the tinkering and bullying of a boundless government. Nothing is off-limits, not even the small events and details of life, leaving the spirit of democratic vibrancy and its popular allure gravely weakened. Tocqueville’s waring bears repeating:

“Subjection in minor affairs breaks out every day and if felt by the whole community indiscriminately. It does not drive men to resistance, but it crosses them at every turn, till they are led to surrender the exercise of their own will. Thus, their spirit is gradually broken and their character enervated: whereas that obedience which is exacted on a few unimportant but rare occasions only exhibits servitude at certain intervals and throws the burden of it upon a small number of men. It is in vain to summon a people who have been rendered so dependent on the central power to choose from time to time the representative of that power, this rare and brief exercise of their free choice, however important it may be, will not prevent them from gradually losing the faculties of thinking, feeling, and acting for themselves, and thus gradually falling below the level of humanity.”

November 16, 2017 - Posted by | Propaganda, tyranny, Uncategorized | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Great post today (okay, yesterday) Joyanna ~
    I love de Toqueville, and his writing should be required reading in all schools in the United States (public, private, and home schools, and including all higher education establishments)! I usually say “imho” but maybe I should take a leaf out of Dr. Laura (Schlessinger)’s book and say “in my never to be humble” opinion? 😉 Blessings, Mrs. O

    Like

    Comment by Mrs. O | November 17, 2017 | Reply


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