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Who the Hicks Are

Posted by Bob on July 22nd, 2012 under Coaching Session


In the Canterbury Tales, a peasant complains to the priest about the fact that he is unintelligent and unhealthy, and the priest is an obviously hale and smart man. He then goes on to bemoan the fact that the best men in any community seemed to be the priests, so that the only men who breed are the lesser men.

He goes on to bemoan loudly the fact that as this keeps us, generation after generation of Englishmen, growing dumber and weaker.

Chaucer broke all the rules because he wrote in English when French was the Only True Tongue in England. He said what only peasants would say.

And as soon as he did, he pointed out an old peasant who was bemoaning dysgenics.

Dysgenics became, centuries later, a theme for Intellectuals. But then it wasn’t called own breeding or some common word. It became a GREEK word, which made it intellectual.

Most people would agree with that and say it is Fashion that makes Intellectuals miss pretty well everything that doesn’t come dressed in Greek or Latin or French.

To them it is a shortcoming. To me it is a crime. To other people it is merely not seeing things clearly. To me it is babbling idiocy.

And to me it is a crime.

What if a PEASANT missed vital point that was expressed in GREEK?

What if peasants totally missed out on dysgenics for fifteen hundred years because the Bards never discussed it?

This is not just raving, this is Mantra Thinking.

I have pointed out before that long before Doctor Jenner was born, it had been noted that, in the midst of smallpox epidemics, the girls who milked the cows didn’t get the disease.

Nobody noticed this but peasant gossips. It never even began to occur to any University Doctor to find out WHY the milking girls didn’t get it. They studied Galen In Greek.
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These FACTS are known generally. But I am not speaking of KNOWLEDGE, I am speaking of a WAY OF THINKING.

Anyone else will read what I wrote, and his reaction will be pleasant, Uppah Claaass chuckle at the foolishness of scholars.

We are talking about people who allowed millions to die and tens of millions to be horribly disfigured by a preventable disease. It was a crime, and to be understating about it, it was at least a misdemeanor.

I do not look at passive-aggressive condescension to white genocide in an indulgent Uppah class way. I look at the way a professional Jew looks at the Passive-aggressive stance tens of millions of Germans took on Nazi anti-Semitism, “Why should I care?”

But in this case it is WHITES who are being passive-aggressive about the survival of WHITES.

It is almost impossible for others to learn the word in a Mantra way.

I could say that tens of millions of children made hideous, crippled or dead was the direct results of “Intellectualism.”

Who would understand it?

More important, who would be able to think that way when ANOTHER horror caused by “routine” attitudes was exposed?

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  1. #1 by Epiphany on 07/22/2012 - 6:07 am

    anti–White bigotry seems to be alright with the colleges and universities. That just goes to show how far gone said colleges and universities really are!

  2. #2 by Dave on 07/22/2012 - 9:24 am

    Goals in life matter. And the goals of the Establishment (actually a dictatorship) are the goals of a criminal enterprise.

    In the name of equality the Establishment has turned the world into a forge for minting feral dogs. That’s because minting feral dogs is something a criminal enterprise is good at. Furthermore, criminal enterprises are good at spreading ruin. They also do vandalism great. However, they are no good at anything else.

    The Establishment OWNS these facts (the way any criminal enterprise OWNS the consequence of its criminality) and things get interesting when the Establishment is forced to cope with the goals of the feral dogs they mint. It is a boomerang type of phenomenon. But most people don’t see it clearly the way I see it.

    And don’t go looking for something uplifting and progressive in the goals of feral dogs because you ain’t going to find it.

  3. #3 by Jason on 07/22/2012 - 9:38 am

    Yet people did learn to cure meat with things like salt a very long time ago. People must have noticed that food with salt on it didn’t go bad. Why did the observations of common people prevail here, but not with milk maids and small pox?

    In the example on eugenics, good breeding WAS practiced when it came to horses, cows and dogs, just not people , I assume because the religious beliefs of the time contradicted it for humans, and religion trumped observation. Here the pattern is disdain for “crude” observations by “crude” people.

    But why was salt curing accepted? And many other observations and techniques developed by regular folks were accepted. All I can guess is that intellectuals were not involved in or required for any of the stuff that was allowed to go forward.

    • #4 by six gun on 07/22/2012 - 10:34 am

      Profit

      Meat goes off you lose money or you go hungry.
      It is immediate.
      Not in three generations time.
      It affects you directly and this week.

      Vaccination did not fit in with the framework of medicine. It was not an isolated phenomenon.
      Smallpox vaccines had been used 20 years before Jenner. Jenner discovered nothing.

      Smallpox vaccines were used for centuries before in the Middle East.

      There was too much at risk to upset the whole framework of medical thought and practice.
      Too much profit and power too risk.

      It all comes down to power and money.

      Priests were to be celibate b/c of Vatican Decree. Nothing to do with “God.” A Decree enacted to increase discipline amongst priests and authority of the Vatican.

      Look who has the power, decide who in power will gain and lose by something. They are all self and opportunism.
      We are simply cattle. Unless it affects the farmer’s profit they are not so bothered about exactly which cattle are on the farm.

  4. #5 by shari on 07/22/2012 - 12:41 pm

    Where would we be if we hadn’t been dumbed down and worn out by all kinds of unnessessary trouble? Ending the war against white children is vital. Men, who are as gifted as Bob Whitaker would be everywhere, and all handsome. Every girl, a natural beauty. We’ve been held down, for some reason.

  5. #6 by Dick_Whitman on 07/22/2012 - 12:49 pm

    The White Rabbit discusses how the Nazis threw out “Jewish science” and replaced it with “Aryan science.” This intrigued me, so I took the time to look in to what is meant by “Jewish science” as opposed to “Aryan science.”

    The answer I came up with is this:

    Jewish science is theoretical. It starts with a theory and sets out to not only prove it, but more importantly, to defend it. Dr. MacDonald has pointed out that Jews will defend their theories by dismissing or discrediting those who would challenge it. Dr. MacDonald also points out that Jewish academic theories usually include a charismatic figure who champions the theory. Think of Einstein for example (1), (2). He’s almost a cult figure.

    Aryan science on the other hand is experimental. Scientific studies are carried out and the “theory” is produced from the results. If you think about it, this isn’t really “theory” at all, it’s law.

    In short, Jewish science is theoretical, while Aryan science is experimental.

    Where Jewish science relies on charisma and bullying to defend it, Aryan science relies on results.

    Where Jewish science relies on charisma and bullying to defend it, Aryan science relies on results.

    Where Jewish science relies on charisma and bullying to defend it, Aryan science relies on results.

    This sounds familiar doesn’t it?

    When folks at Stormfront write and debate theoretical tomes on what will save us, what they’re really doing is as Jewish as drinking Manishevitz or lighting a menorah.

    The Nazis are portrayed as the biggest bunch of ignorant hicks that ever lived? We’re told that they were stupid, ignorant hicks for throwing out Jewish science. The Nazi’s enemies must feel relieved that they did this?

    (1) http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/30/opinion/30iht-eddas30.html

    (2) http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,2094665,00.html

    • #7 by Epiphany on 07/22/2012 - 4:06 pm

      Communism, of the Marxist variety, is very theoretical. It fits exactly with your conception of Jewish Science!

    • #8 by steadiness on 07/22/2012 - 7:30 pm

      There was abundant evidence for the Jewish science of relativity, and the guys who failed to build an atom bomb knew it (had the Nazis succeeded in building an atom bomb, they had plans for a sub-orbital bomber to deliver it to anywhere on Earth).

      The whole Jewish physics / German physics distinction was a distraction perpetrated by pseudoscientists and people angry that their side had lost out empirically.

      Einstein was a good physicist. He added several good ideas to physics.

      I don’t know much about anthropology or any of the me too pseudosciences, I’m mostly a mathematician. But I do know that defending this part of Nazi ideology when no one even asked you to is pretty stupid.

      Famously, Heisenberg’s mother called Himmler’s mother to get the SS to lay off calling Heisenberg a “white Jew”. What do we learn from this? Doesn’t that sound like white people being white?

  6. #9 by Dick_Whitman on 07/22/2012 - 1:27 pm

    “Aryan science on the other hand is experimental. Scientific studies are carried out and the “theory” is produced from the results. If you think about it, this isn’t really “theory” at all, it’s law.” (Dick Whitman)

    It might not be wise to call it “law” either, as this may be setting up an artificial boundary in thought (closed system)? I supposed you could call it “current understanding.”

    BUGS thinking is open system thinking. It doesn’t confine itself to doctrine or dogma. The old medical field wouldn’t listen to the hicks because the “educated” types were confined by doctrine and dogma.

    BUGS Thinking = Aryan experimental Science = open systems

  7. #10 by c-bear on 07/22/2012 - 5:37 pm

    You are touching on something that has frustrated me for years – the nonchalant willy-nilly attitude about nearly EVERYTHING with my race. No one seems to care about anything. Just as long as they have their beer or wine and their television they are happy. Lazy people irritate the hell out of me. Being passive aggressive is not only cowardly. It’s lazy. Mantra thinking is the polar opposite of laziness, which is why I think they will never get it.

  8. #11 by Tom Bowie on 07/22/2012 - 6:44 pm

    The Hatter is mad and in fact every Hatter is mad, They started off sane enough but the longer they are a Hatter the madder they become.
    Everybody knew about Hatters but only one person decided to ask why.
    Moses parted the Red Sea and some clown kept shouting it’s a miracle. If he hadn’t kept shouting it until others began to pass it on; likely nobody would have heard of it today. Everybody else knew it was a miracle when they saw it but only one person made it stick.
    Knowing that Hatters are mad is a fact (plain and simple) and the end of the matter unless somebody asks why hard enough.

  9. #12 by mandela on 07/22/2012 - 11:21 pm

    Thanks Bob and Whitman – nice

  10. #13 by Harumphty Dumpty on 07/23/2012 - 1:21 am

    “It is almost impossible for others to learn the word in a Mantra way.”

    What word?

  11. #14 by David Joop on 07/23/2012 - 7:37 am

    This article is completely wrong about vaccinations.

    They do far more harm than good.

  12. #15 by Svenn13 on 08/01/2012 - 8:16 pm

    Thanx Bob. I guess we are taught to believe that people with advanced degree’s are somehow superior. I find it funny when I’m helping one of these Ubermensch with a basic task like changin the oil, planting a Garden. Using that Mantra Hammer every day!!!

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