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Posted by Bob on November 30th, 2009 under Coaching Session

There is the Book, Marx, Koran, Old Testament, Gospel, Wisdom of Confucius,

Then there is the Institution, Church, Party, Islam. Institutions follow evolution, survival of the fittest, regardless of what Book they claim to be following.

As a result, every Institution must explain why it looks like every other institution it is competing with for the same population. The Communist must explain why the Worker’s Liberation Country needs to be a concentration camp. There were those who noted that putting all the peasants of a country under the Interdict to collect money from the King did not violate “What you do unto the least of these…”

In short, somebody has to explain what the Book says is what the Institution does. In plain English, it wakes a lot of Doublethink to fit an institution into the Book. This explanation of Doublethink comes in massive volume.

It is called Commentary. Every religion, including the secular ones, has mountains of Commentary. Commentary is the exact opposite of Mantra Thinking. There are mountains of Socialist Commentary on why the Bolsheviks tried to abolish money in 1917-1920 and then switched to The New Economic Policy. The New economic policy consisted ENTIRELY of a partial return to capitalism.

Marxist and Mommy Professor Commentary devotes volumes to such explanations, and get paid for it. The only explanation they avoid is that communism is silly. Can you imagine the word “silly” being used by any Wordist Commentary or any respectable conservative?

“Silly” is a Mantra Thinking word. It is a term no one who fancies himself as an Intellectual would use about Other Great Philosophers.

Mantra Thinking says that if you have to write tomes about it, it probably isn’t true. A society supports a huge number of people who could not make a living outside Wordism, in our case lawyers, judges, and Mommy Professors. What gives them free access to the public trough is the term “Simplism.”

As Justice Frankfurter said, “To say that a law means what it says is case of PERNICIOUS oversimplification.” Anyone who just notices what WORKS and what doesn’t is an “anti-intellectual.”

They MEAN that. A world where people avoid motional quotations and just note what WORKS would starve the self-styled Intellectuals and Modern Thinkers to death.

  1. #1 by Dave on 11/30/2009 - 11:18 am

    That intellectuals BELIEVE in (their own) Commentary is another reason to reject conspiracy theories.

    Proof can found in the fortunes lost by law firm clients to the misguided belief in lawyers’ Commentary, losses that are enormous beyond comprehension.

    The Institution is vulnerable to those with an accurate compass. Very vulnerable.

  2. #2 by Simmons on 11/30/2009 - 12:57 pm

    The word we are looking for is “farce.”

  3. #3 by Lord Nelson on 11/30/2009 - 4:54 pm

    This I think is a main point. Just learning to laugh and make fun of the ‘Professors’ and the talking heads in the old media.

  4. #4 by backbaygrouch4 on 11/30/2009 - 7:10 pm

    Where I live has a goodly number of short high end term tenants. As a consequence a lot of good stuff gets tossed. The cost of shipping things between continents leads to this.

    Last Thursday I noticed that an apartment had been cleaned out by a management company and a number of new appliances had been abandoned. A friend, who has more $ than God but who seldom parts with a Lincoln coin, has been moaning about the grim condition of his TV screen to the point of considering buying a new one. I looked at the new 27′ TV with a built in DVD player and decided to join the two. Brought it inside and sure enough it worked.

    So I called the guy up and told him to come and get it. Told him I’d help him carry it. He lives about 200 yards away. It is a 10 minute task at the most. Then the fatal error. I said, “Oh, if you got a suitcase dolly or something bring it along.” Big mistake and I whacked my forehead after hanging up.

    You see, he a Harvard Business grad and I knew what would happen. He was going to make a god-damned project out of it. Sure enough he spent an hour and a half rummaging his basement for something to carry the bloody TV on. It worked nicely. But it turned 10 minutes into naerly two hours.

    That it what institutions and their custodians do: They turn every simple little thing, every straightforward concept, into a god-damned project. It is a form of insanity.

  5. #5 by Alan B on 01/11/2010 - 2:34 am

    Thoman Edison never preformed manual labor and shared little contact with the general public. The real world for Edison is as imaginary as Mommy Professors. For edison to remark that creativity is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration is what can be expected from a man hidden away in a lab with other geeks. To the average smuck, Edisons comment reflects his brilliance. No doubt that even today folks see this as some riddle with a deep yet well hidden message when in fact it was just a stupid comment!

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