He’s probably right. From Gary D. Barnett at lewrockwell.com:
For the first time in my life I began to realize that it is not evil and brutality, but nearly always weakness, that is to blame for the worst things that happen in this world.”
~ Stefan Zweig
Over time, it becomes quite obvious to those with the ability to think that the people at large bring about voluntarily their own enslavement, their own lots in life, and their own misery. Given the vast numbers of people as opposed to rulers, there is no need for such pathetic behavior, but the average human psyche seems to gravitate toward a life of rule instead of a life of self-responsibility. This is caused by a weakness of mind, and because of this attempt to escape individual responsibility; complete avoidance of the truth is necessary. This is the state of affairs today in this country, as the masses are aggressively hiding from the truth, with the ‘hope’ of being the recipient of a few crumbs from their masters in order to survive.
The year 2020 has come and gone, and may prove to have been the beginning of the end of humanity as we have known it. There have been many tumultuous times in world history, and certainly in the short history of this country, we have experienced much strife and terror. Most would tend to believe that the horrors we have faced in the past were not due to our own weaknesses, but were due to foreign forces outside our control, but that would be a monumental mistake in judgment. No government action is organic, none is natural; it is forever intentionally designed or used, or both, in a manner that is meant to benefit the ‘claimed’ elite class at the expense of the people.