Tinker Bell - The Founder of Liberalism

A contemporary fairy tale by Susan Matthiesen

 

If this article were titled, "The Intellectual Benefits of Liberalism" the following pages would be blank because only those living on the "Mainland" of reality, seeing through the light of Truth, understand that the message of nothingness in reference to denial of God and the Truth is the foundation of liberalism, like so much pixie dust sprinkled in the mind by that malicious liberal fairy, Tinker Bell.

With that said, our story begins: Once upon a time liberals assumed the origin of their error originated from Locke, Hobbes, Voltaire, Marx and Engles or Lenin, but in reality was invented by Tinker Bell. When their parents read J.M. Barrie's fantasy novel Peter Pan and Wendy to them as malleable children, Tinker Bell's personality (ill-tempered), freedom of flight (neglect of reality), charm (spoiled), and temperament (vindictive and jealous) were deeply absorbed into their psyches until they, unlike Peter Pan, grew up and became progressive liberals. Instead of Peter Pan's Lost Boys, liberals are the aging second Lost Generation living in the magical fantasy world of their own special make-believe island (their world view) of Never-Neverland.

Of course, in the book, the name for the real world is "Mainland" which suggests that Neverland is offshore; that is, living in a fantasy world is offshore of reality - sometimes quite far offshore where the mind lives and operates far, far away from God.

Chapter One: The weird fantasy world of 52-year-old Canadian mechanic Paul Wolscht is an example of a real sort of transsexual transvestite Peter Pan refusing to grow up (eternal childhood and childishness, immortality and escapism). Once Paul Wolscht had a wife and seven beautiful children [therefore Paul was not "born that way"], but then he fantasized and subsequently transitioned into Stefonknee Wolscht, a six-year-old girl in frilly dresses and bangs who lives with adoptive parents and spends her time playing with their grandchildren.

In a January 7, 2016, article by Michael Cook, Editor of Mercatornet.com, and printed there and also at (The) Stream.org, Cook writes, "Stefonknee (pronounced Stephanie) doesn't look like a six-year-old girl, even in the frilly dress. She is heavy-set, about six feet tall and has a deep voice. But she likes coloring and playing with dolls with other children."

Stefonknee explains, "I've moved forward now and I've gone back to being a child. I don't want to be an adult right now. I have a mommy and a daddy - an adopted mommy and daddy - who are totally comfortable with me being a little girl. And their children and their grandchildren are totally supportive."

She wants to escape the pressure of adult responsibilities: "It's liberated me from the hurt. Because if I'm six years old, I don't have to think about adult stuff [like being a husband and father]. I still drink coffee and drive a car and even my tractor, but I drive the tractor as a little kid. In [the fantasy of] my mind, I'm a little girl. I was never allowed to be a little girl, so I'm filling that tank of little girl experiences.

"I have access to really pretty clothes and I don't have to act my age. By not acting my age I don't have to deal with the reality that was my past because it hurt. I have a whole bunch of friends who want to play. You just de-stress. Some people turn to drugs, to different kinds of fetishes or medication or therapy, but for us we just let it go and stop thinking about big-people stuff."

Chapter Two: The upcoming adoption of a baby by Caitlyn/Bruce Jenner [currently giving California girls a bad name] is a moral crime against an innocent child. From his sexy voluptuous hips to his high powdered-in-pink cheekbones, Bruce Jenner is glorified as a woman which is pathetically comical considering that below that narrow feminine waistline linger his intact male genitals.

Caitlyn Jenner, Bruce's girl name, has shocked friends by announcing she's planning to adopt a child in 2016. "She sees this next year as a whole new start and what better way than to set up a new family?" an insider tells RadarOnline.com.

The 66-year-old reality star has no problem embarking on parenthood again without a partner. "Caitlyn insists she's perfectly secure whether she's single or not" [financially secure from millions the transgender lobby paid Bruce], said the insider. "She does miss raising kids and says she has so much love to give."

Caitlyn's consulting experts say, "Ideally she would find a baby [He has to "find" a baby since obviously womb-less Bruce cannot conceive.] here in the States, but she's not opposed to adopting from overseas. She's aware it could take some time, but she definitely wants to be a mom [just a regular 66-year-old mom with male genitals] and believes this is the right time in her life to do this."

In the mystical magical world of her Never-Neverland mindset, Caitlyn is a little girl like Stefonknee Wolscht playing with dollies except Caitlyn's dolly will be a living human child to be raised in a false fantasy world.

In his book, Reflections on Augustine's Search for God, Father Donald X. Burt, O.S.A., explains that the darkness of absence (the nothingness that comes from the denial of God and Truth) is a terrible event in anyone's life but it is not as hazardous to our spiritual health as the darkness of presence, the darkness of a life lived by false light. Such a condition is like living a life of fantasy in the comforting half-light of a movie theater. The blazing light of reality in broad daylight is too much. We scream in agony, cover our eyes and rush back into the comforting darkness inside. Rejoicing in the dim light bathing our dull life, we wish for nothing further."

Error can never count as knowledge. Denial of "that which is" can only be described as "error," not knowledge (Augustine, Soliloquies, 2.15.29). Fr Burt says, "Certainly that most perfect form of knowledge, wisdom, cannot rest on an erroneous idea of what the world is truly like. If I claim to 'know' that I am all-perfect, that indeed I am God [or Stefonknee or Caitlyn, or a man "married" to another man, or a woman "married" to another woman], I cannot be called wise. Indeed, I am insane." We are made with a desire to find and face the truth, not live in a fantasy world or the spirit of the secular world with no God to guide us.

At the end of Peter Pan and while fairies have very short lives, Tinker Bell dies in the year after Wendy and her brothers leave Neverland, and Peter Pan has no memories of her. Likewise, perhaps in time, liberalism will die as people find and follow God and the Truth, leaving behind their world of progressive mind-boggling fantasies,

and we will have no memories of them. Then we will live happily ever after.

 

Susan Mathieson

 

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