I think that the Democrats' long term support for abortion and now even infanticide is a very good illustration of this concept.
My first thought when I heard about these sickening bills being proposed in Virginia and other states was that this was part of a long term strategy predicated on the expectation that Judge Kavanaugh was gonna push for Roe vs Wade to be revisited and abortion law to be completely reversed.
With this in mind, the Dems were pushing the envelop as far as possible so that anti-abortion legislators would have more to undo. They saw this as a war of attrition and they were determined to gain as much ground as possible in the time they had.
I think that's part of it, but then I looked at the wider context. Remember that abortion is an absolutely massive money spinner in America. Planned Parenthood is constantly selling body parts from aborted fetuses on the black market. This sinister organization, founded by known racist eugenicist and Hillary idol Margaret Sanger, donates massive amounts of money to the Democrats.
This is one of the main reasons that crazy Nancy Pelosi, Chuckles Schumer and all the rest of them are so hell bent on stopping the wall being built. They want a porous border so that illegal aliens can enter the country easily en masse and ultimately vote for them. There's a lot of human trafficking that occurs and of course that entails young women (many who are only teenagers) getting pregnant and needing abortions in the USA.
So, the chaos results in a good outcome for them: more electoral support as well as increased funding from the ghoulish trade in human body parts.
It really makes you wonder how people could be this cynical. And getting back to Breitbart's maxim: What kind of culture could produce this? I think the best description is that it is one that sees people as things; mere objects to be exploited by the rich and powerful. It's a culture of commodification of humanity.
And as with so many aspects of culture, it seems to have religious roots. In this case it obviously didn't come from Christianity, since that faith affirms the dignity of the individual person, and many Christians are zealously pro-life. Babylonian Moloch-worship seems to be the ultimate historical force behind this culture.
It's totally bizarre but nonetheless true that many rich and powerful people in the West have been secret members of this and similar anti-Christian religions, cults and secret societies. This has gone on quietly in the shadows for centuries, and now more and more people are waking up to the fact that many of the so-called "great and the good" in Washington in particular got there through allegiance to one or more of these shadowy groups.
If people are skeptical about this they should look into subjects like Bohemian Grove. At this secluded location in California the nation's leaders regularly congregate and get up to some really weird rituals including mock (some say dinkum) sacrifices. Alex Jones snuck in there one time and managed to film one happening. Freaky as all get out.
Remember that way back when Moloch worshippers didn't have to hide they practised child sacrifice openly ... It's widely accepted that contemporary Christian celebrations such as Easter have pagan roots. So why would it be impossible that widespread beliefs and political positions such as being "pro-choice" are entirely ideological and have no cultural and ultimately religious components?
Sure, drawing such links may seem OTT if you just look at the traditional pro-choice position, which holds that killing a fetus is no biggie if done early on in the pregnancy. But these recent late-term bills advocate the killing of actual babies, even outside the womb!
What kind of a person thinks that is okay? Someone gripped by something deep, dark and sinister, that's who ... And they manage to tell themselves they support a humane position when it's clearly the opposite by flat-out avoiding the moral ramifications of their barbaric belief.
Watch this Tucker Carlson interview with a supporter of these bills. He simply asks what she feels about the idea of killing newborn babies (which is exactly what they entail). The way she responds is revealing. She hasn't just been indoctrinated with an ideology. It's deeper than that. It's like she's been brainwashed by some weird cult. That's because, in a way, she has ...