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Front Groups and the Mantra

Posted by Bob on January 20th, 2011 under Coaching Session

The European Large Hadron Collider project is the one that has atoms smashing into each other so as to study the production of anti-matter. I understand this is part of the latest Dan Brown book after his DaVinci Code.

I happened to read of cost overruns in this project, and that “Environmentalists are using this as a reason to shut the project down.” The average reader probably had no idea that the environmental movement wanted to shut it down.

The LHC is pure research. Environmentalists waited until billions were invested in atomic power before they stopped it cold in the US. But it is not the environment that is the point here, it is the billions.

Today’s environmentalism has as little to do saving clean air and so forth as today’s socialism has to do with the welfare of the workers. In our day of ideological professionalism, old causes have long since been taken over by those who make them fronts for a particular ideology.

Note how casually the magazine referred to how environmentalists were pointing to these cost overruns to kill the LHC project. It was merely a report, not a partisan attack. What was interesting was that the writer of the piece took it for granted that no one would have any trouble understanding that the Green Movement opposes this basic research on new means of power generation.

But I am the only person who sees that report and THINKS about it. The connection between wanting a planned world and being against technology is understood, but most people don’t understand what you mean when you say it.

A planned world is a static world. Communism tried to catch up with America and other developed countries, and it was impossible. To any environmentalist “growth” is an evil word. But one thing no one on the left ever mentioned during the Cold War was the fantastic amount of environmental destruction under every Communist regime.

Only factories in capitalist countries produced pollution. Jane Fonda didn’t talk about Chernobyl.

You recognize these things as obvious WHEN I SAY THEM. But a practical dialogue about the real world is difficult unless we all get to the point where we no longer have to explain these connections in detail, a Point B in getting from Point A to Point C.

The Mantra is on the way to showing people that anti-racists are anti-white. When that is done, though the lead time will be very large, people will learn that a planned world movement naturally tends to be an anti-science movement

Complaints about how badly income is distributed have been legitimate since before Christ made them. But we all know that today, someone who talks about income distribution is almost invariably part of a movement that wants all the money to distribute for its own members.

You can’t discuss anything rationally without Mantra Thinking.

  1. #1 by Dave on 01/20/2011 - 10:49 am

    The world is full of nutcases blocking progress. The problems they cause are just overwhelming. You have to understand that they really are nutcases. They have no capacity to deal with anything sensibly or practically. The economic progress of most American communities is being blocked by these nutcases. It is unbelievable but true. I could cite you countless examples.

    But you also have to realize that there are differences in erudition levels depending upon the organizations, venues, and prestige involved. For example, the judiciary itself is “an ideological front group”. Of interest to BUGS are the “doctrinal phase transitions” these ideologues undergo. First and foremost when you move to the more sophisticated arenas, some of them do have the common sense to be concerned with their own survival, unlike the local yokels who can never come to grips with why their communities grow ever poorer.

    Law is a status game from A to Z and the real influencers are highly concentrated as is true in a whole lot of industries. It is the way they respond to the ambient environment that is of interest to us.

    For example, the large ground the judiciary has ceded on gun control perfectly mirrors the growing balkanization of America into a permanently fractured society that will never be recovered. At some point opposition to gun control became revolutionary in the real sense of the word and that was when the establishment realized at the gut level that they would have an actual revolution on their hands (mass uprising) if they failed to back off.

    Mommy Professor will blame this on the National Rifle Association and gun industry propaganda, but Mommy Professor can’t explain why the courts suddenly underwent a “doctrinal phase transition” on the issue. Now whether such a thing will happen in the energy space is anyone’s guess. In my part of the world I watched the Department of Energy permanently mothball the most advanced (at the time) and safe nuclear energy plant in the world because of Chernobyl in a totally irrational and ideologically based move, costing taxpayers countless billions.

    That the plant’s closure was not only a travesty but in fact a tragedy seemed to concern no one. Everybody “felt” better. That is what you get when things get really corrupt.

    Robert Whitaker is setting up the courts for a “doctrinal phase transition” on race. It will happen for the very same reasons the courts gave way on guns. The small concentrated clique of real influencers will have decided their own survival depends on giving way lest they “bet the farm”. These kinds of doctrinal phase changes aren’t thrown over the transom – they are instead quietly slipped under the door. No conspiracy is involved for they happen spontaneously and naturally (that is, within the silo of privilege where they naturally transpire).

  2. #2 by BGLass on 01/20/2011 - 11:58 am

    At some point, things are so incoherent and senseless, and the usual arguments, that a) advanced capitalism, like any “advanced” disease is the problem that has caused the symptoms one experiences of social breakdown, alienation, and so on, or b) capitalism will (on the other hand) be the freedom “fixer” to all the planning that is the cause of the “symptoms” of the disease– and people just decide to see racially. The left-right circle is so obvious.

    But tribe is inarguable, one of the few certainties at a time when any certainty is scarce. What if the economy was the wrong framework all along, anyway? Who wanted to go on about that? People saying they are “left” are horrible, the “right” is horrible, big elites are horrible. So, who cares? Race could be a new way of seeing the whole problem, a way out of the whole mess, and can represent more surety and thus “security.”

    Race becomes certainty. Security. Something one can know and count on.

    The arguments about “it doesn’t exist” begin to look increasingly malevolent to an average person. This is the one thing they KNOW and yet they —the elusive they–want to take that away, also! Who would do that? How evil!

  3. #3 by Simmons on 01/20/2011 - 12:27 pm

    an “intellectual at alt-right sounding off with Spenglarian pessimism, but in effect sounding like one of his Renaissance heroes who worshipped Galen. Rob Roy responds about #43

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