Here’s more, with the author’s permission, from How The Left Was Won : An In-Depth Analysis of the Tools and Methodologies Used by Liberals to Undermine Society and Disrupt the Social Order. This is from a chapter which demonstrates how liberals, rather than having a core believe in individuality in a Democracy, move back and forth between focusing on the group and the individual:
Groupdividual (pp. 25-26)
Some things never change—human nature, for example. On the other hand, some things are always changing and one of the best examples of these is language. Since that happens to be the case, I feel compelled to go ahead and create a new word to describe what has undoubtedly become one of the most corrosive forces in our society—groupdividual. We start with some definitions.
With regard to people, a group can be defined as a collection of individuals having some common characteristic—race, for example. On the other hand, an individual is generally defined as a single human being, apart and distinct from any larger social, ethnic or other group. Since groupdividual is a combination of these two words, we can feel comfortable in defining it to mean, in general, the process of intentionally or unintentionally distorting the differences between groups and individuals.
More formally, we can define groupdividual as: i) the intentional or unintentional merging of the distinctions betweens groups and individuals for the purpose of granting or denying rights, responsibilities or opportunities to certain individuals based solely on the groups they belong to; and ii) the process of invoking other members of a group when a discussion is really about a particular individual. In simpler terms, groupdividual is any situation where someone should be talking about a specific individual and ends up involving some larger group.
Sounds interesting—but why does all this matter? Because, as I said earlier, groupdividual—which was originally nothing more than a conversational nuisance twenty or thirty years ago—has become what is now, without question, one of the most destructive forces in our society.
When it comes right down to it, groupdividual is the basis for any and all flawed social policies within the United States. Groupdividual justifies and perpetuates the systematic and ever-increasing bias against white men. Groupdividual explains why members of certain groups have—for all practical purposes—become immune to criticism and exempt from any form of personal responsibility. Worst of all, groupdividual is the exact method and means by which liberals can repeatedly get away with exercising their endless stream of bigotry, hatred, preferential treatment and outright discrimination. Like it or not, groupdividual has developed into one of the most powerful tools liberals have when it comes to undermining the very fabric of our society.