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Traditional Values

Posted by Bob on April 28th, 2011 under Coaching Session

The institutions based on the name of Christ started with a degenerate philosophy from the last stages of Zoroastrianism, then considered high sophistication by St. Paul and the Pharisees.

For a millennium and a half, this institution preached that one should select the most intelligent and, yes, the most beautiful of each generation and spay or neuter them, psychologically of course.

Origen was condemned for making the castration literal. Whatever quibble one wants to make about the history, that WAS banned by church law. All human sacrifice was to be done by psychological means, but it was as wholesale as that of the Aztecs, and far more selective.

Then came the Calvinists, who rejected the human sacrifice angle, but concentrated entirely on another aspect of degenerate Zoroastrian Christianity, the torture end.

You see, the other part of Catholic doctrine was self-torture.

I just stand there looking stunned when cowlike moos shape themselves into the following question:

How could a society that for most of its history regarded hunger, psychological self torture, and yes, whipping oneself and wearing hair shirts, which were worse, along with sterility as the highest value of all? How could such set of Traditional Values end up making its white people regard self-hatred and self-destruction as the highest possible good?

Well, gosh, gang, I don’t know.

But the Calvinists put even the Inquisitors in the shade. Calvin himself burned a classmate of his to burning and screaming slowly to death.

Then he declared, as Luther did, though that is less well known, that the essence of God was Hell. Most people were born, not just for self-torture, but for eternal damnation.

This, he stated, was for the Glory of God. There a tiny minority of the Saved would ENJOY watching the Sinners eternally tortured.

Goodness gracious, how could good, solid Traditional Values based on healthy foundations like those POSSIBLY end up, in what was once Western Christendom, fanatically dedicated to its own racial death?

If you wonder about that, one of us is insane.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 04/28/2011 - 8:49 am

    “…Most people were born, not just for self-torture, but for eternal damnation…”

    Well, lol, when one looks around, it can surely appear that way, as that’s kind of what so many people do.

    What’s funny about “conservatives” is that “abortion” is their highest bugaboo. Like, not killing little babies is their absolute highest morality! If you really think a fetus is a baby, and killing is non-christian, and you’re a christian— and you do not kill!!!— you are the grand moral poobah of the whole wide world!!! Mr. Morality!!

    conservatives who are usually “multiculturalists” (so what exactly are they trying to conserve, since they have no tie to a tradition, ethnicity, etc, ???)— should say that ten times until they hear it: “As a quote-unquote conservative, my highest value is I did not do in a little baby, and this makes me grand moral poobah!!!

    What could it even mean? What –possibly more complex– moral questions have been obscured from them by this almost monomaniacal focus of their supposed “morals” ???

    when they mention their morality, and explain it with this abortion meme, they would be flummoxed if someone says, “That is so wonderful! What are five other of your morals???” they will say they will not hurt gays. Maybe even something about immigrants.

    But then, they will go entirely blank. As if the moral compass just quit spinning, and there is nothing more to say.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 04/28/2011 - 8:59 am

    Oh, they don’t steal.

    After generations of t.v. spots about disasters, starvation, wild hurricanes and tornados, wars, ethnic slaughters, weather channels, scary movies, bioterror, sars, earthquakes, —

    The money for the endless “cleanup” and protection-action, PREPARATION!— is simply necessary and of utmost importance.

    That 80% of the people actually say warfare IS welfare, and they don’t want to pay for any of it— makes them stupid and naive.

    For “leftist,” those who don’t agree are racist, xenophobes, and for the “right” they are “stupid and naive about evil.” If all the t.v. disaster commericals have not convinced them that billions are needed immediately for “preparation,” then they “need to have their heads examined.”

    If a boyfriend plied a girl with threats to safety, then told her to pay him as a bodyguard to keep her safe—- how would that be viewed???

  3. #3 by Dave on 04/28/2011 - 11:16 am

    It is important not to get lost in this. These destructive and masochistic doctrines are a play on despair. These types of doctrines are not exclusive to whites.

    What is despair? It is paralysis regarding an effective and appropriate response to life. Despair is a facet of our existence because at heart it is an intelligence problem, or more accurately, a lack of intelligence problem.

    I wish I had a nickel for every person I know who is simply flummoxed regarding what to do with themselves. It isn’t that they are flummoxed in the larger sense. That is a given. They are flummoxed in the day-to-day sense. They are even flummoxed in the minute-to-minute sense.

    It is true Political Correctness doesn’t come out of nowhere. It is rooted in despair.

    The Mantra addresses this problem head on. Mantra thinking is a strong antidote to all of this. In fact it is EXACTLY what is required.

    That is why Mantra thinking is a lot more important than most of us think it is.

  4. #4 by shari on 04/28/2011 - 3:23 pm

    Joseph Ferrell asked if religion was in decline or something else was going on? I think both. Religion is in decline, and yet a metamorphis is underway.

    Tomorrow is a “royal” wedding. In spite of whatever machinations have gone into this match, and I think there have been many. William is Diana’s son as well and lost his mother suddenly, when young. I think those tears, at visiting his mother’s burial site, were genuine and not merely for show. There could be something there that the elitsters are trying to avoid, but might not.

    Whatever IS true will show.

  5. #5 by Richard on 04/28/2011 - 11:54 pm

    People often have a natural good nature, especially white people, and by nature they try to be fair and good to others. These people scratch their heads when institutions they are in come up with bizarre ideas about human nature because it seems so different than themselves.

    I am not in the Mormon church because of its capitulation to the present insanity, but I continue to believe in the Mormon three degrees of glory as described here:

    By this, only a very few will not eventually gain eternal happiness to some degree.


  6. #6 by DennisK on 04/29/2011 - 10:30 pm

    We had a former PM here in Australia who famously said “Life wasn’t meant to be easy”, but what does that mean? What if you MAKE it easy? Isn’t that why we invented civilisation? I had always wondered as a child why people seemed to almost fear a lifting of burden, of suffering. Sometimes I wonder if some people would feel better if Smallpox was brought back. People complaint about generation such and such is ‘having it easy’, but I have to wonder about the psychology of someone who COMPLAINS about that. I also wonder why I’m the only one who sees that as bizarre.

    It makes me wonder how civilisation lasted at all, or maybe it didn’t. Perhaps we just have what we have, because of the Protestant work ethic, and the mad, frantic pursuit of production, because being industrious was an ends in itself rather than a means to an ends.

    Now that we have produced, the left have inherited a veritable booty they can sacrifice.

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