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    Quick Lesson: Deceived by the Dialectic Process (Political Correctness)
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2008-12-28 09:44:17 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    In other words, a continuous unification of opposites. A sense of belonging (that) feels good, the threat of group disapproval inhibits members from voicing "offensive" views. (Offend them anyway. -- Ed.)

    The true dialectic group never reaches a final consensus, for "continual change" is an ongoing process: one step today, another tomorrow. To permanently change the way we think and relate to each other, our leaders must set the stage for conflict and compromise week after week, year after year. Dialectical thinking and group consensus must become as normal as eating. Eventually, people learn to discard their old mental anchors and boundaries -- all the facts and certainties that built firm convictions. They become like boats adrift, always ready to shift with the changing winds and currents.   

    A group consensus means that everyone agrees to say collectively what no one believes individually. 



    Today, more than half a century later, that "attitude of acceptance" has been built. Nations around the world are fast conforming to the pattern set in the 1940s. The global network of "mental health" partners is working to prevent anything that would hinder "positive" collective thinking in the rising global village.

    Mass immigration (planned back in the 1940s) and multicultural conflicts have added to the urgency, and the intentional crisis has helped promote pre-planned solutions. Today, strategies for social change such as group thinking, conflict resolution, consensus building and continual compromise are becoming the norm.


     

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