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The Insanity of Our “New” Established Religion

Posted by Bob on May 29th, 2011 under General


Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

The problem is that, when something that has happened before in earlier societies occurs in our present we do not see it as the Same Old Thing. It is Here and Now.

Spengler is known for his theory of the rise and fall of civilizations, but, IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR, you will find the exact same theme in each succeeding country that is now brown and dead.

We al talk about how Political Correctness is becoming more and more like the Inquisition, and its Protestant equivalents.

The problem is that no one who says this thinks about it.

Recently two top experts largely discredited the Global Warming hysteria when their email correspondence revealed they made up their results as they went along.

When blacks working for the Washington Post and the New York Times respectively completely made up their news, it was a small scandal. One was only exposed because her series was up for a Pulitzer!

No problem. They just got caught, but they were doing it for the True Religion.

But no one sees all this the way, as a simple repeat of obvious history. In each society the priesthood eventually crowds a out all logic and all scientific advancement.

But no one in each society sees it simply as a repeat of the old story, because, like Political Correctness, the NEW priesthood is on today’s headlines or is the latest news in Rome, not connected with hoary old history books.

This is a Whitakerism: There is nothing new about our new religion. Unless you an readjust your thinking to realize the simple reality, you will miss the boat as every other country which was once in the forefront of the world and is now just another brown and stagnant backwater did.

The Whitakerism here is: They are not ALIKE, they are the SAME.

That is where “Political Correctness is not LIKE a religion, it IS a religion,” comes from.

There is a absolutely no difference between those who expect “scientists” to warp everything to come to the right conclusion and the Curia which condemned Galileo.

Marxism states that truth is a political matter. This is EXACTLY the same as the Old Religion, which said that what Galileo saw and could show the Curia, was false because the Will of God said it could not be true.

Western science finally managed to cast off the abortion that was built up in the name of Christ and today’s science is unprecedented. But this struggle was barely won by science in an all-white society.

We are not doing something “new.” We are establishing a priesthood, becoming a brown people. We are doing EXACTLY what all the others did before.

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

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  1. #1 by BGLass on 05/29/2011 - 9:12 am

    The reigning, competing preisthoods all seem to have normalized/ naturalized the whole idea of “breaking people down before building them back up,” which is really disgusting and strange.

    Like, the proliferation of the American Boot Camp movie genre, proving the Weakest Generation is still happening now, more than ever. The (usually black) drill sergeant degrades some dumb while guy (or girl, like in g.i. jane) who has to “make good” for some reason like they f-ed up their past. The theme is always the insubordination, but s/he learns his lesson (usually on some exercise where his not following orders nearly gets some buddy killed), then becomes a good defeated person who wins the day. They make about twenty of these things a year. In part, it’s predictive, conditioning propaganda for the normalizing of the process.

    The correlative in psychiatry (a sub-area of PC religion, maybe) is Freud’s “counter-transference” exercises (which if you read case studies are exactly the model of drill sergeant moves–it is exactly what is done to “patients”–now called “clients.”–). The idea of “denial” (the person resists their own healing) becomes license for inquisition, as well as “counter-transference.” Even an unlicensed shrink (most states don’t require license) “owns” reality in the private room/confessional, and the job is to replace the client’s reality with state reality, as they confess their secrets. the “false memory” cases of the 80s are fascinating in that.

    All these preisthoods convince people they have to be gutted (of difference, personality, heritage, etc.) for purposes of conformity.

    In u.s., an obvious Military state (warfare-welfare) state, there is some form of boot camp for everybody, and movies to prepare them. Mommy profs often go to ‘psychiatry’ boot camp, (their beloved shrinks) but it’s the same as any army, just like university.

    Nobody ever seems to question whether you really have to “break people down” in order to “build they up,” and what that really means. Maybe b/c this assumption underlies all preisthoods, it’s totally never questioned. For calvinists, the assumption of man’s evil nature then justified the beatings, maybe.

    Mommy Prof’s are totally Boot-camped, even as they so, ostensibly, disdain the armies, lol

    • #2 by Genseric on 05/29/2011 - 11:16 am

      It IS psychological warfare (realized).

      Destroy what exists. Replace it with what you want. European Americans with Third World Labor/Voters.

  2. #3 by BGLass on 05/29/2011 - 9:24 am

    there are way more boot-camp movies now than during the weakest generation, probably.

    and even more assumed that being broken down to a nobody is a badge of honor. military sometimes has that peculiar cockiness, about how broken people can dish it back out, how they can look for the slightest wrong thing, hoping for a chance to illustrate their competency, to prove they are a somebody.

  3. #4 by BGLass on 05/29/2011 - 9:27 am

    In fact, this is the even-weaker weakest generation.

    And— the romanizing of english football in u.s. teaches people to live in a slave economy. (in the ‘arena, the stadium, etc., the ex slaves, are again, identified as a criminal class –this is the subtext of sportscasting nowadays– and we are back in the gladiator games)— while the administrative classes (redistribution of wealth officials) play other games among themselves that teach their own class socialization. but they never see that they are broken down also, they are just that much more than slaves.

    abc’s show, combat hospital, to fictionalize the ongoing necessity of boot camp— the real wars (and boot camps) are ongoing just like this, a SIMULTANEOUSLY done t.v. serial

  4. #5 by Simmons on 05/29/2011 - 11:10 am

    The key word we are looking for in dealing with religion is “responsibility”, they all devolve into a cult of morons repeating dribble till an event hits that in a near instant dissolves them to a simpler level shorn the baggage of complete idiocy.

    Take the rapture moron, place the log chain of “responsibility” upon this idiot’s head and he would go back to the car wash wiping bug spit off the grills of Toyotas.

    My grandmother fell into the late night talk radio shlockmeister world is gonna end cult and I was worried that she would be financially drained by some evil moron. I was a bit desperate to drag her out of this stupor so I came up with a story about a plan I had of running up my credit card bills just before the end and that I would need her involvement explicitly in this scheme. This bit of reality of “responsibility” cured her well enough that she never mentioned this crap till the end of her days.

    “Responsibility”

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