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A George Sanders Attitude

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

To a Marxist, History takes the place of Allah for Islam and Jehovah for Jews. I was raised in the Bible Belt, so a majority of the people I was raised around considered any doubt about Jonah being swallowed by a big fish (not a whale) was on a par with outright atheism.

The last thing a Marxist would want to know is that I detect exactly the same hysteria from Marxists as history changes daily. Marxism is totally dependent on the history Marx grew up with.

You are mostly not old enough to remember the picture of Natural History I grew up with. You BELIEVE me when I describe it, but you don’t UNDERSTAND me when I am describing it.

You simply cannot really empathize with the mind set of a whole WORLD, especially Intellectuals, who thought that man was the only territorial animal, that only men and ants fought border battles, that in a herd of natural animals, Freedom, Equality and Fraternity were part of the Natural Order.

One of the major blocks to conservatives trying to take on Marxists was that conservatives had exactly the same world view Marxists did. The only serious difference was that for conservatives all knowledge started in Israel while for Marxists all knowledge started a hundred miles or so west, in Egypt.

What you could easily miss here is that, while a factual error is a matter of Googling, an entire mentality BUILT on a historical error is an entirely different thing. For decades I watched as two sides fought it out over a history that never existed, a history that was being undermined every day with new scientific advances.

And neither side noticed.

I remember in the old Inspector Clousseau movies when the straight man was George Sanders playing a respectable English-type gentleman who knew the Inspector was a retard. That gentleman did some of the best acting I have ever seen, because he did no acting at all.

He just stood there, but he stood there RIGHT. His expression never changed as he watched Clousseau try to act like a past-master at billiards, which he had obviously never played in his life, doing the usual Peter Sellers bit of ending up trying to shoot with the cue between his legs, breaking it, and so forth.

The English gentleman just stood there, watching, with a perfectly straight face. It was funnier than any “reaction” shots might have been.

This is an old tradition. In Buster Keaton movies poor Buster would Drop his sandwich, get it tangled in his tie, have a building fall around him, his most dangerous stunt, but Keaton’s dignity never faltered. He never looked embarrassed, in fact, what was hilarious was that his face never changed the slightest.

Keaton, in other words, was doing Inspector Clousseau and the English gentleman himself, with his reactions to himself.

The English gentleman made use of his seeing the reality. He had done the murder so he asked for Clousseau to be in charge of the case.

My entire life I have watched Great Intellectual hosts who were flattered to have Great Spokesmen sit with them and seriously discuss nonsense that had been out of date for decades.

I try hard to take a George Sanders attitude to it.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 04/20/2011 - 9:27 am

    It’s like that Admiral in the Hank-Johnson-Guam-will-fall-in-the-ocean videos, that white anglo-looking military guy in his pressed uniform who never cracks a smile, just sits at the desk below the senator, being interviewed about the problem, and says, “yes sir, no sir, thank you, and excuse me, we’re on top of it, a grave issue, and monitor all concerns, I do assure you.” No doubt, movie goers found that the funniest part.

  2. #2 by shari on 04/20/2011 - 10:04 am

    Unlike George Sanders, I bet God has a hard time keeping a straight face.

  3. #3 by Dave on 04/20/2011 - 2:52 pm

    The Establishment is out of step with the public. The public wants a real society but the Establishment endlessly philosophizes and traffics in nonsense.

    Meanwhile the pubic suffers a holocaust of crime and financial abuse.

    The public is inherently right wing. We all know that justice delayed is not justice, except the Establishment will never acknowledge that. We all know that without severe punishment there is no deterrence, but the Establishment will never acknowledge that. The Establishment philosophizes and traffics in nonsense that you are required to take seriously. The Establishment which includes all of academia has a vested interest in obfuscation.

    While the truth is simple, a real society is a right wing society. A real society has little patience for philosophy. A real society is a down to earth society. A real society is inevitability a racially divided society.

    The BS is gone in a real society. But our society is wall-to-wall BS.

    Mantra thinking is not to get lost in it.

  4. #4 by BGLass on 04/21/2011 - 9:35 am

    “…The public is inherently right wing…”

    Idk. More latently third position. You meet tons of married couples, where one person is “right” and the other “left.” Like a working class union democrat but who is anti-communist, married to a social conservative wife republican (trying to protect her kids from bad ideas). Or a republican husband, who thinks his wife is soft and doesn’t get realpolitik, and the wife “trying to be nice” and seeing this as what “liberalism” is.

    In all cases, they have in common trying to negotiate and move within a system in which they have no direct, positive voice (getting what they really want, a society, in which they feel like a person represented, not couples fighting to survive in difficult political circumstances.

    As much as Hannity hammers home “the incredible wonders of the two party system,” and “why our great founders gave the two party system,” and “the two party system protects us,” and the two party system…”

    The repeater —in actual fact, in real homes– is largely something to which all pay lip service. In reality, they easily marry the “right” and “left” (depending on which kind of “right and left” —the UNDERLYING motivations of the participants).

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