WAS HUMPTY DUMPTY WOKE?
When the embodiment of disgrace, Bill Clinton, was being interrogated relative to his sordid and scandalous behavior with a White House intern, he responded to one question with the words, “That depends on what the meaning of ‘is’ is.” This is the way perverted minds think. It’s the semantic dance that they do.
Paul Johnson, in Enemies of Society wrote: “A man who deliberately inflicts violence on the language will almost certainly inflict violence on human beings if he acquires the power. Those who treasure the meaning of words will treasure truth, and those who bend words to their purposes are very likely in pursuit of anti-social ones. The correct and honorable use of words is the first and natural credential of civilized status.” When I read this, I instantly thought of Bill Clinton and the woke mob.
"When I use a word," said Humpty Dumpty in a rather scornful tone, "It means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less” (Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll). The way Humpty Dumpty thought and talked in Wonderland is the way people think and talk in America’s Wokeland of wickedness, i.e. “A man is a woman,” “A woman is a man,” “Up is down and down is up,” “Truth is subjective,” “Animals are people too,” etc., etc.
According to Mother Goose, when Humpty Dumpty “had a great fall,” nobody could “put Humpty together again.” Probably, because of what his stupidly dangerous use of words revealed about him, nobody wanted him put back together. The woke mob and its mentality needs to "fall," and nothing like it ever needs to be put back together again.
“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”—Isa. 5:20