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Who the Hicks Are II

Posted by Bob on July 23rd, 2012 under Coaching Session

In Who the Hicks Are I discussed how Mantra Thinking shows us that the greatest crimes are not committed by Dramatic Villains but by attitudes that no one later gets upset about.

My first example was that of Doctor Jenner.

When discussing Dr. Jenner, the first sentence is always “People noticed that in a smallpox epidemic, the milking girls didn’t get the disease.” Then prattle on about how Dr. Jenner decided he would find out WHY the milking girls didn’t get it.

Usual thinking starts right there. Mantra Thinking grabs hold of the first sentence: “If people knew that milking girls didn’t get this disease, why did hundreds of years pass until Doctor Jenner began to ask why they didn’t?

While victims of smallpox begged in the streets, scholars learned Latin and Greek and looked at Galen and Aristotle, the latter of whom insisted that men had more teeth than women.

Paracelsus and Newton were two of the giants of their age. Both of them spent a lot more time on truly mad mysticism and on finding the Philosopher’s Stone than he did on what he is now famous for. Paracelsus was practicing medicine, but his only excuse for doing so was that people found out he CURED things.

When the doctors drove him out of another town because his Latin was bad and he had no degree, he retorted that he had used the paper degree to better purpose long ago. We are surprised that Paracelsus, of all people, would look for truth in the wrong place, in mysticism.

Newton surprises us even more. The man who explained the entire universe to us was looking in the wrong place for Truth.

This is a mystery to educated people because educated people are nincompoops. If Paracelsus had the kind of reputation for curing people that milking maids had for smallpox, why weren’t the Great Intellectuals looking at HIM instead of their Latin texts?

If Newton had dedicated his life to finding Wisdom in dead languages, he would have ignored gravity.

The real idiots here are the people who do not see that this Renaissance crap was incredibly and criminally stupid. No, not just a mistake.

And that is the whole point of Mantra Thinking. When Intellectuals make the same mistake again and again, and you learn nothing from it, that shows a mental weakness far more disturbing than the horrible Mistake That Saved Smallpox itself.

  1. #1 by David Joop on 07/23/2012 - 7:41 am


    ‘Vaccination’ didn’t ‘save everyone’ from smallpox.

    Sanitation did.

    For example the town of Leicester in the UK actually rejected vaccination when it was being compulsorily introduced at the same time as living conditions were being improved by better sewage systems, cleaner streets etc

    In the beginning of the 20th century London and Leicester BOTH had mortality rates from smallpox, but one was three times higher than the other.

    One rejected vaccination, the other embraced it. Guess who came out better?

  2. #2 by Epiphany on 07/23/2012 - 8:45 am

    The Second World War was a mere distraction. The primary target of the anti-Whites was, and is, the British Empire. They provoked the Germans into launching the Second World War, so that later on, they could support the dismantling of the BRITISH overseas colonial empire. They are even now dismantling Great Britain itself. Destroying the British Empire was the key objective of their entire goal.

    The anti–Whites are most cunning: they make it appear that something is about Germany, and later about Russia, when in truth it was really about Great Britain– destroying Great Britain. Once the British Empire was USED to destroy Germany, Great Britain’s turn came up next.

    They even desire for those of Anglo Saxon blood, of Good Colonial Stock, to live in terror of being mistaken for German Americans. Still, the term “WASP” is one of the cruelest slurs there are.

  3. #3 by Dave on 07/23/2012 - 10:06 am

    Attitudes are why people are often killed to end an intolerable situation. Mommy Professor calls this “rebellion”.

    The rest of us read the “news” and react, as if that was what was going on. Hence, the futility of elections.

    But what about looking for truth in the wrong places?

    That choice is up to each of us personally isn’t it? Just like Doctor Jenner.

    When speaking of the Renaissance, let us not lose sight of the duality of people. There is the homo sapien who is immortal, and who writes a history of himself and cloaks himself in words. Then there is the primate. The primate dies. It is the primate who commits crimes. Also, the primate uses the homo sapien (uses wordism) to veil his crimes. The Renaissance (an enterprise of homo sapien wordism) was nothing out of the ordinary.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 07/24/2012 - 9:16 am

    Face it Bob, few in any society will ever have any insight that matters. We are mostly people who help pile the firewood upon the cart not one who conceived of any great cart innovations.

    This is the natural order of humans, very few people upon Earth are actually educatable but a great many are trainable.

    What you want is to take what requires being educatable and you want that from the trainable, that is not going to happen, sorry.

    So please do us a favor, do not get depressed because the respondents to these threads basically pile up the “intellectual” firewood upon your cart. I myself find that your writings hone my feralness as Dave might say.

  5. #5 by Simmons on 07/24/2012 - 12:27 pm

    The word we are looking for is “responsibility” as we see from the examples, mouthing the conventional wisdom is safe. So people hide in the crowd.

    When I say, “make it personal, but not threatening” I am cutting a cultist from the herd and destroying their morale. They can rejoin the herd and we encourage it, but they are slightly damaged for their encounter with us.

  6. #6 by Roderick on 07/24/2012 - 10:13 pm

    Is this an appropriate summary of what Bob is saying?

    Idiocy or being blinded by “enlightenment” is not a defense.

  7. #7 by Jason on 07/25/2012 - 4:13 am

    Sorry, I just had to insert a link to this Paul Gottfried article that uses the term “responsible conservative” several times, in a critique of mainstream conservatives. Sounds like ‘respectable conservative”:

  8. #8 by Scythian on 07/26/2012 - 11:40 pm

    Ignoring the “Hicks” is ignoring the message, you do so at your own peril.

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