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Established Religion, Including Ours, Rots the Mind

Posted by Bob on October 21st, 2012 under Coaching Session


When Christianity was the only religion, all other theologies were declared heresy, except for Jews, of course. But all other religions were heresy.

In our day we have exactly the same phenomenon. All political positions which are not Politically Correct constitute something called “the right.” “The right” includes groups as disparate as the Heresies of the older established religions.

A Buddhist would have laughed at the idea that he was the same as a Shintoist. He would, rightly, consider anyone who said that as a total rube. But when you have an established religion, you are an intellectual hick.

In fact the best way to be sure a people has an established religion is to note that nobody even notices that their language puts everyone who is not Of The Faith into a single category.

This is a recognition of The Faith that is so routine that nobody notices what they’ve done. That is ESTABLISHED.Photobucket

The established religion seldom calls itself “the left.” But everyone understands that all opponents of the established faith constitute something called “the right.”

Everyone who denies God in the name of science is called an atheist. But astrologers were also accused, often correctly, of being atheistic. They considered astrology to be a science. Hence the more dedicated astrologers denied the power of any gods because it was the stars that determined everything.

This was a very serious split in its time, but we can’t even see it, because to those of our present established religion as to every other established religion in history, all who are outside The Faith are the same.

As Zoroastrianism began to admit non-Aryans in its latter declining days, it also lost faith. The Magi became more and more astrologers, the science of the time. So today the Wise Men were considered astrologers, and may well have been.

These distinctions become totally lost in a society that has a really established religion, as we do. The mind actually rots intellectually.

Mantra thinking is really the only thinking that is really outside the whole suffocating and wide spread chokehold of the religion of Political Correctness.

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  1. #1 by Epiphany on 10/21/2012 - 6:37 am

    Notice, they lump in Conservatives with Fascists and Nazis, when Conservatives probably hated the Fascists and Nazis as much as said Conservatives hate Communists. More odd, whenver liberals are lumped in with Communists, said Liberals squal “McCarthyism! McCarthyism!”

  2. #2 by elcyCesreveR on 10/21/2012 - 9:35 am

    There are religious extremists from all spectra.

    It just so happens that the most dangerous religious fundamental extremists in western civilization happen to be those from the Church of 2nd Generation Communism.

    I have yet to meet any Christian who is even remotely as extreme in their religion as the garden variety politically correct cultist.

    • #3 by premiseblog on 10/21/2012 - 4:23 pm

      http://www.angloisrael.com/pdf/ic-thou-shalt-spread-abroad-to-the-west.pdf

      The lost tribes of Israel, have seed lines in Europe. When the White race was strong, they were seen as descendants the Israeli diaspora.

      James 1:
      “1 James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations: Greetings.”

      Genesis 28:
      “And, behold, the LORD stood above it, and said, I am the LORD God of Abraham thy father, and the God of Isaac; (Our God always qualifies Himself.) the land whereon thou liest, to thee (Isaac) will I give it, and to thy (Isaac’s Sons – Saxons) seed; (descendants) And thy (Isaac’s) seed shall be as the dust of the earth, and thou (Isaac’s seed) shalt spread abroad (away from his promised land!) TO THE WEST, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and in thee and in thy seed (Isaac’s sons) shall all the families 1 of the earth be blessed.”

      Christianity can be used as a force on our side for the reconversion to White pride, and against State sponsored Genocide. Do you think Lech Walesa was a fool?
      Christianity has a built in distrust of massive, centralized state power. The symbol of Jesus, is that of a man who died for the sins of the people who give their life to supporting the Evil Empire, Babylon.
      (Darth Vader is Jesus father, corrupt Judaism. )

      Through his willing self-sacrifice to Babylon, Jesus freed of energy from the “light side of the force” to be used against Babylon.

      Even if you don’t believe Christianity, you HAVE to see its usefulness as any ally against White Genocide.
      http://www.angloisrael.com/pdf/ic-thou-shalt-spread-abroad-to-the-west.pdf

  3. #4 by shari on 10/21/2012 - 10:20 am

    If something is true, it can stand being questioned. It’s what isn’t true, but false, requires a stranglehold. We shouldn’t get tired of asking questions, but we do.

  4. #5 by Daniel Genseric on 10/21/2012 - 12:28 pm

    “In fact the best way to be sure a people has an established religion is to note that nobody even notices that their language puts everyone who is not Of The Faith into a single category.” – Bob

    So, are we enabling the religion of Political Correctness to continue when we point and laugh at the obvious contradictions and double standards? Are we strengthening their stranglehold when we demonstrate how WE are labeled naziswhowantstokillsixmillionjews if we do not submit to white genocide? Are we further entrenching the opposition?

    The Mantra does point to a problem. It does elicit a reaction. But, will it lead to the solution we hope for?

    Are we flipping or are we completely rewriting the script?

    • #6 by elcyCesreveR on 10/21/2012 - 2:25 pm

      I find myself a bit lost on a lot of posts. What i take from his statement is that the existence of the religion political correctness rides entirely on the followers never figuring out that it is, in fact, a religion.

      If the self proclaimed Atheists ever figured out that they have been conned into a religion, they’ll immediately dump it, in MY personal estimation

      • #7 by Daniel Genseric on 10/21/2012 - 2:51 pm

        So, do you gather it is best to simply REPLACE the religion with a pro-white one, or are we rewriting the script in order to break the cycle?

        And how does that tie in with what Bob wrote^ ?

        • #8 by elcyCesreveR on 10/21/2012 - 5:45 pm

          “In fact the best way to be sure a people has an established religion is to note that nobody even notices that their language puts everyone who is not Of The Faith into a single category.”

          We want to be sure that political correctness is established as a religion. Just as we want to establish Anti-Racist as a codeword for Anti-White. The best way to do that is to point out that when someone blasphemes the gospels of political correctness, they are immediately labeled as a racist/homophobic/mysogonistic/xenophobic naziwhowantokillsixmillionjews .. HERESY!

          Maybe I’m wrong, I dunnoh…. as i said my reading comprehension skills are subpar.

      • #9 by premiseblog on 10/21/2012 - 4:28 pm

        YES!!

        “If the self proclaimed Atheists ever figured out that they have been conned into a religion, they’ll immediately dump it, in MY personal estimation”

        Inform the politicallyProgrammed person this:

        “Every age has its version of GOD, and its HERESY.

        In our age, even if you don’t now see it, we have set up GODS. There is the Black God, the Gay God, and the Jewish God.

        If you commit ANY offense against one of these “GODS”, you have commited HERESY.”

        This should begin the process of deprogramming, if you target RESET is the atheist intellectual.

    • #10 by elcyCesreveR on 10/21/2012 - 2:46 pm

      by laughing at the contradictions and double standards, by calling it a religion, YOU/WE are establishing it as a religion.

      The last thing the politically correct want to be thought of, is religious. Believe that

      • #11 by Daniel Genseric on 10/21/2012 - 3:01 pm

        Right.

        And Bob wrote ^ that the best way to ESTABLISH it is to do just that. To delineate – or as he said, “note” – that there IS a religion to begin with. That this somehow metastasizes and legitimizes the desire to comply in people’s minds. And non-compliance earns you The Stamp.

        Last I checked, we want to do AWAY with it. I am sure I have this wrong. But, how does his statement tie in with that desire when he is saying we are helping establish it by pointing to it?

        • #12 by premiseblog on 10/21/2012 - 4:33 pm

          “And non-compliance earns you The Stamp.”

          Yes indeed Daniel, and OUR stamp is ANTI-WHITE.

          “The Crowd” by Gustav Le Bon.
          Full text:
          http://socserv.mcmaster.ca/econ/ugcm/3ll3/lebon/Crowds.pdf

          “The reason is, that the most attentive observation of the facts of history has
          invariably demonstrated to me that social organisms being every whit as
          complicated as those of all beings, it is in no wise in our power to force them
          to undergo on a sudden far-reaching transformations. Nature has recourse at
          times to radical measures, but never after our fashion, which explains how it
          is that nothing is more fatal to a people than the mania for great reforms,
          however excellent these reforms may appear theoretically. They would only
          be useful were it possible to change instantaneously the genius of nations. This
          power, however, is only possessed by time. Men are ruled by ideas, sentiments,
          and customs — matters which are of the essence of ourselves. Institutions and
          laws are the outward manifestation of our character, the expression of its
          needs.”

          http://www.amazon.com/The-Crowd-Study-Popular-Mind/dp/0486419568

  5. #13 by Dick_Whitman on 10/21/2012 - 1:12 pm

    Unfortunately a lot of closed system thought exists within “the movement” or White Nationalism as well.

    Anti-Whites always say that pursuing White interests or objecting to White genocide means that we want to oppress non-Whites. Of course, these same anti-Whites will squeal like hogs if you suggest that being pro-Jewish/black/Mexican/Asian will result in the oppression of non-Jews, or non-blacks, or non-Mexicans, or non-Asians, etc, etc.

    But then we have White Nationalists who will insist that one must hate non-Whites to be a proper White Nationalist or proper pro-White. This is closed system thinking, just as much as saying opposition to White genocide means non-white oppression is closed system thinking.

    It’s politically incorrect within White Nationalism or “the movement” to say that non-Whites can have positive qualities. When I was first new to “the movement” I thought this way myself at times. Little did I know that I was still thinking like a Jew.

    BUGS is really the best hope the world has to neutralize closed system thinking. Some people say that religion is the source of all bad in the world. Others will say money is the source. For others it’s the ego. I believe closed system thinking is the source of most of the bad in the world.

    Not only is BUGS ending the largest program of genocide to ever be carried out, it’s grinding down the chains of doctrine, dogma, and credentialism. In a truly just world, Bob Whitaker would receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

  6. #14 by Jmcaul on 10/21/2012 - 3:11 pm

    shari :
    If something is true, it can stand being questioned. It’s what isn’t true, but false, requires a stranglehold. We shouldn’t get tired of asking questions, but we do.

    or put another way by a famous dissident: “the truth does not fear investigation.”

  7. #15 by premiseblog on 10/21/2012 - 4:41 pm

    From Bob Whittaker: “When Christianity was the only religion, all other theologies were declared heresy, except for Jews, of course. But all other religions were heresy.”

    By Christ, the Jews WERE declared heretics. This is the WHOLE POINT of Christianity, which we have LOST.

    The story is, the Jews were originally the people of the covenant. However, in time, they were corrupted by the Pharisees, the ancient-day Professors.
    Jesus fought AGAINST the Pharisees of his day. The Pharisees of his day were involved in dirty money lending, prostitution rackets, and political assassinations. Does this sound familiar?

    What happened in the modern age, is that “the Jews” and “the Pharisees” were falsely equated.

    Anti-Phariseeism became Anti-Semitism. The true basis of Christianity lies in its opposition to HEAVY STATE COERCIVE STRUCTURE. This is why the anti-communist revolutions were largely fueled by Christians. Christianity leads to smarter, kinder governance.

    Lech Walesa was no fool.

    • #16 by Epiphany on 10/21/2012 - 5:26 pm

      premiseblog :
      From Bob Whittaker: “When Christianity was the only religion, all other theologies were declared heresy, except for Jews, of course. But all other religions were heresy.”
      By Christ, the Jews WERE declared heretics. This is the WHOLE POINT of Christianity, which we have LOST.
      The story is, the Jews were originally the people of the covenant. However, in time, they were corrupted by the Pharisees, the ancient-day Professors.
      Jesus fought AGAINST the Pharisees of his day. The Pharisees of his day were involved in dirty money lending, prostitution rackets, and political assassinations. Does this sound familiar?
      What happened in the modern age, is that “the Jews” and “the Pharisees” were falsely equated.
      Anti-Phariseeism became Anti-Semitism. The true basis of Christianity lies in its opposition to HEAVY STATE COERCIVE STRUCTURE. This is why the anti-communist revolutions were largely fueled by Christians. Christianity leads to smarter, kinder governance.
      Lech Walesa was no fool.

      Christianity is pretty much gone now. Sure, there are many fake versions of it, like the TELEVANGELISTS and their followers. Still, it has almost disappeared completely!

      • #17 by premiseblog on 10/23/2012 - 3:33 pm

        Yes, agreed.

        And Christianity, just like any other FAITH is subject to massive manipulation.

        You cannot put your FAITH in FAITH. FAITH must be in WORKS.

        We need to put out faith in what works, which is spreading the word about White Genocide.

  8. #18 by shari on 10/21/2012 - 8:26 pm

    Interesting! The atheistic Magi, who don’t really seem atheist, FOUND, what they were looking for.
    I’d say that we want to both flip and rewrite the script. Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, as the saying goes.

    • #19 by Daniel Genseric on 10/22/2012 - 7:21 am

      I think you’re right, shari. And in that order too.

  9. #20 by Jason on 10/21/2012 - 10:27 pm

    We just have to remember, FACTS come first. THINGS come first. NOT what someone has written about facts and reality. Our minds are brilliant at developing theories about the world around us, including philosophies and religions. The trick is to make use of other people’s mental work, without becoming a slave to it. Don’t substitute their model for reality for the real thing.

    We should be evidenced based as they say these days.

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