What do the three horses pull?
Polistra has been naming
the Three Horsemen of the Modern Apocalypse: Human Rights, Climate Change, and Free Trade. All are weapons used by the Gramscian Left to destroy human civilization, especially the part of civilization that serves poor and working people. The part that serves the Gramscians is preserved, because when you have a private fleet of Gulfstreams and a private security army, you don't need functional governments and you especially don't need a fabric of culture and morality. More chaos means more room for you to manipulate events, more trillions laying around ready to steal.
But how do the horses know which way to go? What is the carriage that sums up the vectors of their different-seeming pulls? Now I have the answer.
Share prices as a replacement for the profit motive.Polistra has also been hammering repeatedly on this point
, but without harnessing the horses to it.
This morning NPR did a feature
on the growth of Portland, and though they didn't quite put it Sailer's way
, they did acknowledge sub rosa that Portland is popular because it's white, and that Portland suicidally wants to be non-white because it's white.
One statement snatched my attention:
Enrique Washington helps these large firms recruit minority candidates. He says his clients want a diverse staff to help them innovate and connect to consumers.
"The more diverse culture you have, the better your stock prices do," Washington says.
Stock price is the carriage drawn by the three horses. I had seen two of them already: the "Global Warming" scam is designed to increase the price of Carbon Exchange shares (though that enterprise is fortunately failing); Free Trade clearly increases the share price of every company that destroys American jobs.
But I couldn't see how Human Rights (i.e. substituting chaos and tyranny for civilization and culture) would directly affect share price.
Now we know that big corporations see the connection, even if I don't!
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