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More Mantra Thinking II

Posted by Bob on June 13th, 2012 under Coaching Session


Read I before you read this II.

If you are to be a successful senior staff your Member calls on in questioning, you have to know up front that people act like people. When a genuine military hero and honest man testifies about military expenditures, he BELIEVES that same lie his less honest compatriots do not.

When a leftist idealist testifies, and there ARE real ones, you should not be up there if you don’t have a nasty little mind that starts with the assumption that he will testify just like Father Mommy Professor would.

You wouldn’t have the slightest difficulty making this a part of your thinking as if we were talking about industrial lobbyists.

But with Idealists, your first thought must be, “What’s the agenda?”

No, not “What’s his EVIL agenda?” Father Mommy Professor explains Forbes’ dedication to free market by the fact that he is filthy rich. But the fact is that Forbes GENUINELY believes in the free market.

When a dedicated leftist professional educator demands bigger government, incidentally including a much larger education budget, it is not because one of the Learned Elders whispered this to him at the regular 3 am meeting in the White House.

In South Carolina, the biggest lobby against expanding the rights of weapons’ permit holders is SLED, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.

US Steel wants to control steel imports, SLED wants to control weapons the way they used to.

In the old days, I knew the only man in South Carolina without a badge who had the statewide permit to carry a gun.

The chief of SLED liked him.

Control of guns is the main prerogative the profession of law enforcement has.

Every human being in every occupation is touchy about the one thing his occupation controls.

This includes honest policemen. This includes HEROIC policemen.

The one thing an interrogator can never forget for a second is that he is dealing with PEOPLE.

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  1. #1 by BGLass on 06/13/2012 - 8:53 am

    Whenever somebody argues “left-right” party politics, it can usually be ended just by saying “Obviously You Vote Your Paycheck.” —usually for Big Government (whether they rationalize it as “free market,” –like working muscle for Big Money Industry in support capacity, whether military or peace corps, the way Betterment Industry shrinks work support for Pharma, or rationalize it as little “f” fascism or Welfare-warfare Statism –government control over the Evil Population who can never be trusted to act right, or rationalized as Success of Diversity in the Equal Happy World, “communism” or whatever. —And all the problems are just because we haven’t achieved the perfect version of that system yet.

    Usually it’s news to people that they Vote their Pay. They thought they had REALLY thought about the whole society, lol. But really all they said was that they are myopically biased. To think HOW YOU, YOURSELF, get money should be applied to everyone in the whole wide world— is pretty silly.

    Now, if they have enough sophistication (awareness about that Other People might have a point a view)— they can do a worse thing. THEN they say this is normal. We all “fight for our money” –vote our pay– i.e. maintain a belief system about how we get money because it never REALLY will be applied to everyone (except, unfortunately, this can be what happens, which we are experiencing now with increased militarization). Still, they say we are to fight for ourselves. That’s a democracy. But, of course, some people are trained NOT to fight for themselves (like Professional Liberals). And besides, does this mean no one can think about the overall picture? So it’s the self-myopic Blind leading the Blind?

    Few talk seriously about Why “Economy” the only category of LIFE we go on about? What happened to Maslows pyramid, where there was other stuff to get?

    Margaret Thatcher said the problem with socialism is that other people’s money runs out. But the real problem seems more like what people must become TO EACH OTHER (their kind of relationship) under the Centralized systems, seems like. (Necessarily, you become an adversary to all your neighbors, and a predator to your neighbors— because the only money out there to get is theirs.) This is the root of the Public Employees endless discourse about the evil and/or stupid public. You can tell a Public Employee from a corporate or self-employed creative right off the bat, just by how they talk about other people.

    Seems more like it’s the OTHER STUFF that we could be getting– that isn’t even discussed in the Age of Economy Marx initiated.

    It’s hard to imagine— but if you read old books, they went on and on about “Society” —and yet food, economy, distribution, “education,” etc, etc,—- is not mentioned once! lol

  2. #2 by BGLass on 06/13/2012 - 9:21 am

    –sorry can’t edit

    But this means Marx’s main flaw was just that he was an economist— what he really said, was that there was nothing more to life than economics, and he did it effectively enough that now the whole world is suffering from it.

    Once the centralized money is corralled— then it’s just a struggle to control the corralled money, to fine tune into central-party hybrids of facism, welfare-warefarism, variants of communisms, neo-feudalisms. It all boils down to no one keeps the work of their own hands. Throw in that one gets nothing, not even in the future (all wealth to other populations even)— and those most affected may (APPARENTLY) just stop reproducing children, since there won’t seem much point to them.

  3. #3 by Genseric on 06/13/2012 - 10:58 am

    “Every human being in every occupation is touchy about the one thing his occupation controls.” – Bob

    Recognizing and holding this simple truth as true is one big baby step. Knowing exactly how to exercise this power (to problematize and elicit a DESIRED and calculated reaction is the mark of a pro. You can use it to practice application of political pressure at the micro (individual) level and/or at the macro (organizational/institutional/systemic) level.

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    Edit: And so this begs the question, “Who are WE and what are we in control of?” Can we apply this maxim to ourselves?

    More importantly, we know who THEY are. What do they control? What happens when they lose control of their industry? Will backlash be felt in forms other than threats of censorship, financial ruin and social ostracism? If so, violence too? Can we further harness and control that energy flow?

  4. #4 by Dave on 06/13/2012 - 11:19 am

    “Every human being in every occupation is touchy about the one thing his occupation controls.” – Bob

    The above fact doesn’t represent any barrier to our cause at all.

    Every occupation, even corrupt occupations, are potential platforms for the Mantra and our slogans.

    “The one thing an interrogator can never forget for a second is that he is dealing with PEOPLE”.

    • #5 by Genseric on 06/13/2012 - 12:22 pm

      We are occupied by BUGS and we work to stop white genocide. Not a barrier, but it represents an level of understanding BUGS can attain for and of itself.

      The wittier anti-whites leverage this tool themselves. Moreover, it was their industry first before we started beating them at their own war on words.

      The difference is we have truth and honor on our side.

  5. #6 by shari on 06/13/2012 - 11:25 am

    You mean like this headline. North Dakota voters reject plan to abolish property taxes! Critics say law would undermine local governments. Not to mention all those employed by the local governments!!! Voters all I imagine.

  6. #7 by Simmons on 06/13/2012 - 2:48 pm

    Those “people” seek to become bearers of “wisdom” and doing so reject intellect. That is why we destroy them so handily, kid cultists given a couple of factoids they pass off as wisdom. Think of them as mastodons stuck in the mud upon which a pride of lions has descended.

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