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To Appreciate It, You Gotta Have BEEN There

Posted by Bob on May 9th, 2011 under Coaching Session, History

I wrote an article about how SILLY Marx is. People are STILL talking about his Scientific History as their version of the Gospels. But we are talking about history from the mid-nineteenth century. As I wrote, to find a synonym, I said “early Victorian history.”

To me that synonym was a great discovery. I was trying to make it clear how ridiculous it was for someone today to be talking about Scientific History from an age when history was entirely different.

But with all my tens of thousands of hours of debate, what hit me was that phrase “Early Victorian” I had happened upon. When you are trying to make the point that Marxist history is not incorrect, it is SILLY, people don’t realize how much more effective I would have been if, instead of referring to it as mid-nineteenth century history, I would have said, “This nonsense is based on Early Victorian history.”

Maybe you have to have been in a lot of arguments to see the total difference here. To refer to something as “mid-nineteenth century” doesn’t have anything LIKE the walloping power that calling it “Victorian” does.

National Review tries to be acceptable to self-styled Intellectuals. But we will not be successful until we make them ASHAMED of babbling crap that a ten-year old wouldn’t fall for.

These people are proud of being traitors. They are not affected by whether what they say is right or not.

But they can be SHAMED.

God knows there is more than enough room on our tiny pro-white side for men like Jared Taylor who can face-to-face with the self-styled Intellectuals and street-fighters like me whom they truly hate for making them look stupid.

From what Dr. Duke says, I am sure Jared Taylor often wishes he COULD sink down to my level and hit those self-righteous, conscienceless bastards in the gut the way I can.

It reminds me of my days on Committee staff when I would be questioning someone from the education establishment giving me theories and I wanted so badly to say, “Listen, you stupid son of a bitch, while you’re pumping out these dumbass theories, your students are ILLITERATE.“ But I was there speaking for my congressman, so I had to hold that stuff in.

So what I notice as a great discovery is almost impossible for me to explain to someone who hasn’t been in the middle of the melee, like the folks in Comments 7 are.

You have to have “been there and done that” to recognize the critical difference between having a club like “Early Victorian” on hand instead of a pillow like “Mid-nineteenth century.”

  1. #1 by BGLass on 05/09/2011 - 8:48 am

    not sure i get it, but have also heard “you’re circa the Marx era, like Lincoln’s people, like circa 1850.” Carries the has-been thing, relocates Lincoln, etc., but then much money went into making Victorian mean prude. Hmm. Marx and Lincoln as Victorians. Mommy Profs go without saying. Daddy Bully also, imo.

  2. #2 by Dave on 05/09/2011 - 5:10 pm

    I think the term “Victorian Era” is great.

    But let’s not underestimate the Church of Cosmic Universalism and THE FAMILY OF MAN, be it Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Marxism, or whatever.

    This stuff has been going on since the Pope decided the indigenous people of the New World were human back in the 13th century.

    Unfortunately, there is no “Family of Man”. A lot of people, even our pro-white supporters still don’t understand the implications of this.

    This is major. Everything depends on it. There is no “Family of Man”.

  3. #3 by Genseric on 05/10/2011 - 1:30 am

    [quote]You have to have “been there and done that” to recognize the critical difference between having a club like “Early Victorian” on hand instead of a pillow like “Mid-nineteenth century.”[/quote]

    I think the majority of my issues over at SF stemmed from my propensity to carry a whole clip full of pillows at all times. This must be the reason that I found my way over to BUGS. I am beginning to realize what it actually takes to run the lathe and whittle away at your own ‘club.’

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