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“Reality” Versus the Internet

Posted by Bob on September 25th, 2012 under Coaching Session


One of our commenters talked about the “real world” as opposed, I suppose, to what we are doing.

He says public meetings take place in this “real world.”

The planet Mercury is a giant slice of “reality.” If someone could beam a message to Mercury he would reach a huge section of “reality.”

No one doubts that Mercury is real. But if you were rich and spent a lot of your money sending propaganda to Mercury your family might just be able to get you committed.

It would be a little hard to explain to those who spend tens of billions to advertise on the internet that they must be crazy because the internet isn’t “real.”

It hasn’t been that long since public speeches were considered “reality.” Truman won the 1948 election largely by his “whistle stop” campaign making speeches from the back of a train. If he tried that on AmTrak he would still be out there.

Truman got out in the “real world” of his day.

Harding won the 1920 election sitting on his front porch, his “front porch” campaign. Harding's Front Porch

Both elections were real.

“If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound?”

Of course it does. Sound is a vibration. “Imagine the sound of one hand clapping.”

One hand doesn’t clap.

Political reality is human consciousness.

Reality exists independent of human consciousness.

POLITICAL reality does not.

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  1. #1 by Daniel Genseric on 09/25/2012 - 9:02 am

    While we are on the subject of Zen koan, I would be remiss not to mention to our new BUGSters:

    Less IS more.

    Perhaps you prefer the modern spec warrior over Buddhist monks?

    Then Keep It Simple Stupid.

  2. #2 by Dave on 09/25/2012 - 10:53 am

    Political reality is human consciousness.

    Tens of thousands throughout the Moslem world are rioting because the “Prophet was defamed”.

    Yet not one of the tens of thousands would be able to cite where rioting is a prescribed prayer of Islam.

    Mohammed’s message was the same as Christ’s: “Do not become distracted from God”

    That is the purpose of the five daily prescribed prayers of Islam.

    Yet, throughout the world, millions of Moslems found a ready excuse to neglect their prayers.

    They are the defamers of Mohammed.

    This is no different than Political Correctness. Political Correctness is a distraction from the moral right of white people to their lands, heritage, and posterity – a right Political Correctness prescribes for all people EXCEPT white people.

    Don’t become distracted.

  3. #3 by Dick_Whitman on 09/25/2012 - 5:10 pm

    I like the addition of the photos in the posts.

  4. #4 by Jason on 09/25/2012 - 8:50 pm

    The internet is where people interact today. This is where REAL social interaction happens. No one wants to be approached by anyone in the streets. No one follows trains around and nobody walks to someone’s porch. Look around, everyone is glued to a screen or a smartphone. Kids barely talk to each other – they text.

    Anyone remotely interested in ideas goes to the internet. This may change someday and we will change if it does. But I don’t see any shift coming soon.

  5. #5 by Jason on 09/26/2012 - 1:23 am

    FYI, I heard liberal Joan Walsh use the term ‘Anti-White” today on MSNBC. She was saying her recent book wasn’t Anti-White. I am hearing the term crop up slowly. We should all be using it every chance we get. That appears to be the first Mantra concept to breakthrough to the public.

  6. #6 by Adit on 09/26/2012 - 4:04 am

    I don’t know if anyone has mentioned this before, but if you look here: http://www.natalt.org/2012/09/24/nationalist-alternative-and-the-anti-islamofascist-rally/

    You will notice a small pic at the beginning of the article of a man holding a placard, containing a variation of the mantra. Apparently the mantra is escaping from the internet and making it into the ‘real world’ more and more. BUGS is also mentioned in the article.

    • #7 by Jason on 09/26/2012 - 4:58 am

      Great article! Everyone should read, it makes the point that the system fears the Mantra the most – they allowed anti-Islam signs and even swastikas, but they took down Mantra placards. I left a somewhat smart aleck post pointing to this story over at TOO,. I wish we could shock them out of their endless Jew-centric Conspiracy Theory speculation and get them to post the Mantra.

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