Catch Up Democracy! PC is indifferent to outcomes. ‘Outcomes’ are regarded as having no autonomous reality, but are merely seen as part of abstract theory.´´

This is well worth a read. In Rugby football there is a style of play when one falls behind, it´s called ´´catch up´´ Rugby and is very risky. It seems to me that Catch up democracy is what the EU and the Washington Consensus Establishment is currently engaged in.
With their rush to catch up a comedy of errors ensues as they lose all discipline and considered reason.
Reading a lot on the Project Syndicate and ECFR sites will confirm the default position of the Establöishment and its technocrats that it is the broad sweep of public opinion that is wrong.
Professor Bruce Charlton´s Thought prison of PC is an excellent filter through which to sieve the meaning of the establishment´s words to discern their meaning and importantly in their confusion, their emotion.
´´The moral universe of PC subsists on two distinct realities – good causes and good intentions, but never the twain can stay stuck-together.

(Note the lack of reference to good outcomes. Being wholly abstract, PC is indifferent to outcomes. ‘Outcomes’ are regarded as having no autonomous reality, but are merely seen as part of abstract theory.)´´http://thoughtprison-pc.blogspot.se/

A political tsunami is on the horizon driven by more referenda – meet the insurgent parties calling for them.
ECFR.EU

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Roger Lewis
Roger Lewis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Charlton

Bruce G. Charlton is a British medical doctor and Visiting Professor of Theoretical Medicine at the University of Buckingham.[1] Since 2001, he has been Reader in Evolutionary Psychiatry at Newcastle University.[2] Charlton was editor of Medical Hypotheses from 2003 to 2010.
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