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We the People or It, the Wordism?

Posted by Bob on July 23rd, 2011 under Coaching Session

The Gettysburg Address was a work of genius.

The Gettysburg Address begins by telling Americans what they are devoted to and ends by saying what the People want is entirely up to the People.

You can’t have both.

But the Address is so poetic that I am the first person in the intervening century and a half to state this self-contradiction.

“Government FOR the people and BY the People” does not square with a republic “dedicated to the proposition.” If the people are dedicated to a proposition, their choice is already made.

The People are fathered. They ask, “What do we want?”

They then say, “We are dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.”

So the question would be not what the people WANT, but how to make all men equal.

Which explains why the immigration problem is insoluble for Americans.

Government by the people would say that immigration would be limited to those who are good for the people, meaning the people already here.

But if you are dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal, and that is your goal, what is good for the people already here doesn’t mean a damned thing.

There is nothing unusual about a person with two such beliefs. He is perfectly capable of welcoming a Mexican as a fellow human being and then killing him when this mind shifts to the “What I want” mode.

It is a condition called schizophrenia.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 07/23/2011 - 9:56 am

    It does seem the taproot of the Yankee Nation’s psychopathy.

    Those who stick with “What the People Want” also work hard at lots of immigration since importing the right people (who believe in the right proposition, like Liberation Theologized leftists propagandized South of the border,) means that “the people” (the new ones) will then “want” the right proposition.

    Since no one can connect on loyalties, they will wind up trying to supplement by “doing nice things,” to get along with all the foreign neighbors, even the churches do it now, lol.

    So then, one can wind up with a nation of do-gooder moralists, baking cookies and smiling and doing endlessly good deeds, while simultaneously having the CHARACTER of Ted Bundy. He did a lot of nice things, too, and even worked in the rape center, right? Most of the “nice things,” this self-centered help they do are things the other people don’t want done, or don’t need, or that cause them other problems and so on, but that never matters b/c the doers are so nice. Maybe they are even good Conservatives! Or champions of the poor!

    Back in reality, there’s a big difference between people who do nice things, and people of sound CHARACTER. Sometimes, people who ‘look the worst’ were merely nicer folks surrounded by the everyday users. The kind the Gordon Gekko’s see as “weak.”

    The other thing they will connect on is “values” (that’s the t.v. “conservative” offering), but what is that?

    EVERYBODY has “family values.” In a Welfare State, though, it’s only a matter of WHOSE family gets money to have kids, lol. The left is seriously PRO-FAMILY, just not white hetero families. They will abort those children and then push for gays to marry.

    So EVERYBODY is family values. It’s just a matter of which family, lol.

    People talk endlessly of values. But never ever “loyalties.”

  2. #2 by BGLass on 07/23/2011 - 10:27 am

    Bugs teaches discernment. Loyalty trumps the language of values. Values trumps the interior mentality that knows no differentiation at all.

  3. #3 by Dave on 07/23/2011 - 3:16 pm

    Mommy Professor has the entire universe to romp in where the only rule is the avoidance of asking real questions. There is nothing that Mommy Professor will refrain from looking into just as a long there is never a real question asked. There is no theory that Mommy Professor will avoid developing, just as long as there are no real questions involved. Mommy Professor is a lover of doctrine and she will entertain any doctrine, just as long as it prevents the asking of any genuine questions.

    Robert Whitaker stands in 100% opposition to this.

    And by the way, as is so much that is labeled “human art”, poetry is a curse. It appeals to fools who don’t want to put the effort into thinking plainly. And of course, Mommy Professor is a lover of art. So is the general public.

    Lincoln was entirely aware of how stupid people really are. But at heart, he was merely another goddamned lawyer, in love with words as weapons. That anything really made sense was beside the point. Like so many “practical men” he had long concluded that “making sense” and real life were two separate things entirely.

    But the doctrines of “nationhood” have no meaning for us, as absurd and illogical as they are. In America, we have been absolutely obliterated on the question of “nation”.

    But take heart: On the Charlie Rose PBS program, Henry Kissinger was recently asked his opinion on developments in Europe. What he said was epic: “Two of the worst wars in history were fought to keep Germany from becoming the dominant power in Central Europe, and it happened anyway.”

  4. #4 by OldBlighty on 07/23/2011 - 6:42 pm

    A while back, you asked for suggestions to stop the anti-white Mommy Profs returning when we win this thing.

    Well I have been thinking about the problem with democracy, where everyone has a say, no one is responsible, yet they can impose their personal wants on others.

    What if we had democracy, but changed what it means to vote?

    Instead of voting and walking away, you volunteer.

    If people want money for their latest hair brained scheme, they must volunteer their own money for it and find others to do so. Someone wants to go to war, they must find volunteers to fund it out of their own pockets and fight it and so on.

    This way all power remains in the hands of the ordinary people. They are personally responsible, for anything good or bad that happens and Mommy Prof cannot make others to pay for or do things she wants.

    This turns society on its head. Mommy Prof becomes the servant and if she displeases the people, she is out on the street.

  5. #5 by Dave on 07/23/2011 - 8:24 pm


    Give your 15 year old a credit card with an unlimited credit limit, inform him or her that they can purchase and do whatever they want forever and that you will pay for it no matter what. Tell the kid that he or she is under no obligation to listen to what you have to say.

    I have just described the real relationship between the American government and the American people.

    Mommy Professor calls this arrangement “freedom”.

  6. #6 by OldBlighty on 07/23/2011 - 8:57 pm

    Something that occurred to me while looking for info on this Anders Behring Breivik story. I noticed people are desperately trying to pin the blame for the crime, on those they hate most.

    Jewish commies are blaming white nationalists and white right wing Christians. Jewser obsessives are saying the Jews organized the whole thing. New World Order Conspiracy theorists say, it is a Freemason plot.

    There must be a Whitakerism in this one.

    • #7 by Gavin on 07/24/2011 - 4:03 am

      People are always trying to strengthen their preferred worldview, rather than looking at reality for what it is.

      Many just want to pin the blame on groups they hate in order to marginalize or destroy them.

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