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June 30, 2014


Julien Peter Benney

The goal of defeating traditional religions institutions is deeply ingrained in the psyche of the masses of Eurasia, the Americas and New Zealand – and has been thus ever since fertiliser technology distanced their economies from their sole natural resource of – in geological terms – uniquely fertile soils.

The contrast between rich entrepreneurs satisfying the vast material demands of the “Enriched World”’s working masses and the labouring classes themselves, along with the lack of family ties among the workers, has created over the Enriched World a constant drive for secularisation and eliminating any powers likely to restrict personal freedom. It was only in the 1980s, however, that Enriched World working classes acquired a cultural viewpoint that allowed them to really produce a totally secular ideology of “radical individualism” (elimination of any moral restraint) and “radical egalitarianism” (enforced and absolute equality of outcomes). The desire to fix these two ideals in place is what the Millennial Generation is doing in the Enriched World as I write this.

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