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For Our Rulers, the End of Censorship is the End of the Regime

Posted by Bob on April 10th, 2011 under Coaching Session

People are often confused when they discuss when the legalization of Christianity took place in Rome and when Rome was declared officially Christian.

To us, even today, a couple of decades after the event, it is hard to say when Gorbachev legalized samizdat opinions and when the Soviet Regime actually collapsed.

Future historians will have the same problem with us.

For Political Correctness, the day it allows arguments against it to go public will not be very different from the day it collapses as thoroughly as the USSR has.

Nothing they say makes any SENSE.

That does not matter as long as they have their thugs and Thought Police in place.

But that is the problem with an isolated power group no one is allowed to disagree with. That is the strength of free speech and the fatal weakness of censorship. A group whose opinions only have to be lauded by others in the same group, behind a phalanx of suppression, gets sillier and sillier and sillier.

When it is exposed to light, it collapses.

By the time Christianity got so powerful that it was legalized, it had had to gain such a foothold in the population that outlawing opposition was easy. In fact, Constantine himself built more “pagan” temples than he did churches.

Constantine was called “the bishops of bishops” by those who formalized the official Nicene Creed. But he not only was no bishop, he was not a priest. He was, in fact, not even baptized. Constantine was bishop of bishops whose word was the unquestioned final appeal in doctrinal matters because he was the Emperor.

Constantine wanted the Christian Church united and then established as his ally in uniting the Empire. The real history would be fascinating to know.

At this remove, with the temporal provincialism of the History Industry, the fact that Constantine dealt almost equally with other major religions battling Christianity in his realm is simply ignored. But Constantine was making a transition, step by step, as we are, with forces that will be as forgotten as the Party Line will be in Moscow in a little while.

Even while the Soviet Union was still in power, Solzhenitsyn points out that “Nobody in the Soviet Empire takes Marxism seriously. The only people who take Marxism seriously are Western Intellectuals.”

Now listen, his POINT of saying this was that the minute you get rid of enforced censorship, the USSR is history.

He was dead right.

Our regime, like other dead ones who ended up leaning entirely on forms of censorship, is dead from the moment it decreases the pressure. It is not long before that which is developed behind a wall of censorship gets to where it cannot survive without that censorship, like a native species faced with superior import.

If being samizdat is whining, then we will whine the bastards to death.

  1. #1 by Epiphany on 04/10/2011 - 6:29 am

    What we do not need is “Diversity.”

  2. #2 by dungeoneer on 04/10/2011 - 7:49 am

    They can`t allow us uncouth troublemakers to yell “fire” in all those crowded theatres,just imagine the stampede!

    Meanwhile,the theatre-goers are bored sick of the film being played and are`nt bothered about a bit of necessary elbowing on the way out the door!

  3. #3 by BGLass on 04/10/2011 - 10:29 am

    Maybe the main difference in the “right” and “left” is in the particular way in which they suppress.

    The “left” is well-known for shame, degradation, defamation, guilting, name calling, the appeal to the sin of moralism in the listener, churning out victim narratives with the speed of hollywood pulp, and of course, shouting like they’re at jericho. They show how awful, what a bad little person you are, who must redeem yourself by doing what they want!

    The “right” is well-known for terrorizing, threatening, bullying, filling audiences with fear, fear, fear, creating enemies (problem-reaction-solution) so as to justify their own existence and pay, churning out terror-assault narrative with the speed of hollywood pulp–from the home invasion, to the world wars, to the sars bio-terror hackneyed narrative, ebola, and endless natural disasters. They show how very necessary they are!!

    When someone says they are a “democrat” or a “conservative”—- they usually just expose the one of these two tactics to which they, personally, responded.

    If you think about it, it just exposes their vulnerability (whether they fear death and physical harm more than they are easily guilted, more than they secretly think they are a bad person, or have some need to see themselves as a particularly “good” one— in other words, vanity and moralism).

    These two different appeals to the psyche are the “left” and “right.”

    They are not really coherent political platforms at all, obviously, (in the sense that many “right” people eat organic foods, for instance, and so on).

    But they are defined by these two appeals: defamation, guilting, on the one hand, OR on the other, terror and fear.

  4. #4 by BGLass on 04/10/2011 - 10:33 am

    That’s all anyone needs to know about “right” or “left” maybe: are they trying to shame and guilt me into doing what they want, or are they trying to scare me into doing what they want.

    The name for this in the past: was extortion.

    “Left” or “right” is a code word for these two different strategies of extortion.

    Through these two distinct strategies suppression is made.

  5. #5 by Dick_Whitman on 04/10/2011 - 11:58 am

    “Our regime, like other dead ones who ended up leaning entirely on forms of censorship, is dead from the moment it decreases the pressure.” (Bob)

    While this is true, keep in mind that the longer they censor people, the worse it will be for the anti-Whites when it all comes down.

    It’s a vicious paradigm.

  6. #6 by Epiphany on 04/10/2011 - 1:23 pm

    The Left is particularly vicious!

  7. #7 by Richard on 04/10/2011 - 5:55 pm

    Would someone from this forum, skilled in the sophistry of today’s news media and its puppets, please go to this news article and start a “civil dialogue” in the comments?


    • #8 by dungeoneer on 04/10/2011 - 8:24 pm

      The best place for links to active threads is General Comments 7. I can`t comment on this story for some reason after repeated attempts.The site software goes all weird on me.

  8. #9 by seriouswon on 04/11/2011 - 2:22 am

    Richard, I’m having one of those days where I feel like making the comment, “The Holocaust Never Happened!” , just to drive them crazy.

    I’ll behave myself though…

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