The Eastern sun is rising and the Western sun is setting. The Western adoption of a Marxist philosophy has made this evolution actually a revolution. This leftist, activist manipulator has worked his agenda through cultural and social engineering which eventually will show its ugly head but at a time too late.
Early on, the West will be the loser and the East the gainer. Eventually, this germ will infect the globe if the East does not have the mental strength to recognize and expose this insidious imposter, posing as something for good only to hide its true purpose for power by a few.
Social and cultural engineering is a fraud upon humanity in that it lowers nature’s evolutionary process of natural selection and progress and substitutes false recipes in claiming the cake will be better. This mass pre-varication did not make for a better cake but for a lesser one. The West is already showing decline for this Marxist formula for centralization and pitting one group against another, not for betterment but for power. Marxism at its best.
The left’s scheme is to impose an attractive solution where the reason is simply an underlying reach for power. The U. S. civil rights movement in the 1960’s had at its roots a move to weaken the whites and empower the blacks. (Not spear-headed by the blacks, contrary to the media) Time has shown it had nothing to do with equality. In many ways, the blacks have become the privileged minority and, yet, still the call for reparations with wails of unfair treatment. Empower one group to disempower another.
Compared to the East, U.S. especially social and cultural engineering has given us inferior education, medicine, infrastructure, and government for the money. The common error in America is to compare the U.S. to Western Hemisphere and EEU progress rather than use the East for a competitive measure.
Michael G. Mehrige
About the Author
Michael G. Merhige played semi-pro high school baseball in the Ban Johnson League for two summers in Kansas. He received a scholarship to the University of Alabama as a baseball letterman. He served in the US Army as an officer attached to the Navy and Marines during the Cuban Missile Crisis in the Caribbean. He was also a CIA officer in the Far East (official cover) and in South America (non-official cover). He retired as a Corporate Development Executive in private industry.