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The Basics Don’t Change

Posted by Bob on May 26th, 2009 under Blasts from the Past, Comment Responses, Musings about Life

In the previous article I said that Bob has been repeating the same thing for roughly 30 years, I want to clarify that statement since it can be intrepreted as a slight. I didnt mean it as a slight. Bob has been hammering on the basics and the basics just don’t change!

The Basics Don’t Change

Posted by Bob on September 22, 2004 at 10:49 am

An old professor friend of mine was very enthusiastic about “Why Johnny Can’y Think: America’s Professor-Priesthood.” He was also amazed about how consistent my ideas have been since we met forty years ago.

With due apologies I pointed out to him that his ideas about arithmetic were also consistent. Since I met him he got his PhD and had a long academic career, but he still repeats “2+2=4″ today exactly the same way he did when he was eight years old.

I am still looking at the most basic facts of politics and economics. They are exactly like 2+2=4. They don’t change.

Rememer that there was a whole theory and university science of medicine before they accepted the existence of bacteria. There was a whole university study of economics, called political economy, long before anybody ever heard of supply and demand. Before they heard of bacteria or supply and demand, both medicine and economics were destructive.

I am still trying to introduce the idea of wordism and the professional biases of social scientists into the field of social science. Until that is done, they are still exactly where medicine was when doctors regularly bled people to death and economics was when it pushed the old Mercantile System. They are stupid and they are wrong.

I have spent a frustrating lifetime trying to talk real social science to the social science professors who sell bleeding and Mercantilism in the social sciences today. I will keep doing it.

I will also keep saying 2+2=4.

I am indeed very consistent.

  1. #1 by shari on 05/26/2009 - 4:49 pm

    2+2=4 is the ground we walk on. It leads to where we want to go. 2+2= ANYTHING you want, leads to hell.

  2. #2 by Simmons on 05/28/2009 - 10:17 am

    Speaking of 2+2 equals 4 CofCC has a an from the BNP at the top of their page, and its rather straigtforward with the “basics” in a Mantra sense. Of course they use that ridiculous word “racism”, but it seems to our detriment the language of the masses, and therefore necessary to speak as they understand.

  3. #3 by Dave on 05/29/2009 - 2:48 am

    The irony of the Religion of Political Correctness’s habit of flinging accusations of “bias” at its opponents couldn’t be richer.

    Perceptions that are in accord with reality are by definition free of bias.

    And bias is the Religion of PC’s greatest weakness. You can count on bias doing people in. It’s the way the world works. Bias is what Horus calls “a consensus trance”.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 05/29/2009 - 9:24 am

    Political Correctness is the religion and faith in the evasion of physical reality. Literally it is why the cult kiddies cannot explain themselves in any detail. To even ask them to puts such stress on them they physically tremble unless they are superbly trained psychopaths.

    Even my debates with PHDs usually end up with a trembling childlike adult sputtering which must be the magic phrase of their oral thesis presentation, “I’m personally offended by your/their views.”

    Speaking of Horus his best work was the phrase, “In your opinion I’m a racist.” These kids have no opinions whatsoever, they absolutely will not take responsibility and they will not stand for a prosecution of their views, they will fold quickly once the white hot light of reality strikes them.

  5. #5 by Simmons on 05/30/2009 - 8:37 am

    Back to the 2+2=4 of the BNP, Western Voices has an interview of Nick Griffin did with Sky Network and it was Mantra perfect. Simply put I was stunned, I recommend watching it twice. Which reminds me of something written here a year or two ago where someone from the BNP had praised Bob, now I can see why.

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