Friday, 17 June 2011

NDP's 'Moral Relativism' Drives Their Inability To Produce A Constitution


With loud trumpets the NDP* blares their championed phrases to rally the deep emotions of their passionate voting base.  I call on the NDP to release their constitution to proclaim the basis on which they want to decrease private-everything and increase public-everything.  What makes the NDP policy "moral"?

Moral Relativism is a pillar on which the NDP base their policy.  No wonder they refuse to post their constitution! As soon as they say A, they automatically must accept NOT-A as equally true...it's a big ball of half thoughts and inflamed emotions.  If I ran my life the way the NDP runs their policy, I would be equally 'hush hush' about my core principles.

For the foolish who vouch for the legitimacy of moral relativism, then at least accept the "Moral Police" of Iran as equal to a contrasting view. It's all realative, so it's all good...right?

Consider:

Iranian 'Moral Police' Enforcing 'Un-Islamic' Dress Code


If the NDP says, "our policy is as moral as the Iranian Moral Police because they are each based on our own set of personal values" then I will accept the NDP as consistent. 

Moral Relativism may allow the bleeding socialists to get really mad that the 'Iranian Moral Police' are cracking down on others 'rights'...but the problem is, the NDP have already accepted a morally relative position whereby they have no grounds to argue it's wrong without debasing their own policy: because each are relative according to the NDP'er.  How do you make a Constitution out of endless complications of this nature?

(*I am not referring to every single NDP'er. Just most of them.)

2 comments:

  1. The NDP is voting on a new version of their constitution this weekend. That's why the old one isn't on the site.

    And remind me who it is that wants to ban the burka in Canada. Would conservatives act as a moral police to enforce the un-Canadian dress code.

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  2. I wish that moral relativism were just a Canadian or NDP phenomenon, but it's the zeitgeist that's been with us ever since Hegel. It's just the "dialectic" in action: Marxism may be dead, but the stupid, phony dialectic lives on like some prehistoric monster rising out of the sea. Don't believe the Christian or the atheist, the liberal or the conservative: just synthesize everything! It makes me want to vomit. In a ladylike way, of course.

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