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Default Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels Rings True Today

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Jonathan Swifts observations are about the corruption of people and their institutions, and still rings true today.

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My first glimpse of Gulliver's Travels (1726), was watching Ted Danson play Gulliver in this Jonathan Swift classic. When I think of Europe opening it's doors to millions of dependent and hostile "refugees", I think of Gulliver's disgust with government. When I listen to a one-sided media, I'am reminded of Gulliver's impatience with our institutions. Swift originally published Gulliver without his name, because he feared government persecution. He hoped he could convince people to reconsider their behavior.

In Part I, Gulliver is taken prisoner by tiny people with the ongoing feud in the story parodying the English - French conflicts of Swifts time. Part II sees Gulliver travel to the Arctic Sea to a land of "moral and physical giants". In Part III, Gulliver visits the "Grand Academy" which the actor Danson describes as, "a world turned upside down". Part IV "examines less what humanity creates and more what humanity is". So here I'am reminded of every White fratricidal war of brother against brother.

Gulliver's travels take him to the country of (pronounced whim-hims) or smart talking horses whose society is based on reason rather than emotion (sound familiar?). They choose partners according to genetics. But there is also a vicious and crude humanoid race called Yahoos. After Part IV, Gulliver is left with self-hatred (like todays White Liberal), cause the "Whim-hims" won't accept him.

Gulliver is basically a truth-seeker, and he attacks the English liberals ("Whigs") as corrupt and oppressive. His world is topsy-turvy, and 300 years later, George Lincoln Rockwell would also describe it as "a world gone mad". "Gulliver's Travels is not really a children's book".

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