Archive for December 16th, 2013

No Tyranny Ever Existed Without an Excuse

This is a Mantra Thinking Equivalent of “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”

The classical example of this is Stalin’s 1936 Constitution, which guaranteed so many freedoms it made the Bill of Rights look like it came from Gestapo Headquarters.

No matter what excuse anti-whites give for banning Hate Speech, this statement trips them up.

Instead of answering these justifications one by one, as AMPWs would, a Mantra Thinker hits at the root.

Every tyranny on the real world has its justifications, the Reichstag Fire, World War I, the Depression, World War II, or Stalin who issued the Constitution of 1936.

In fact, the best illustration that something is pure tyranny is the flood of justifications that come with it.

As I have pointed out, no country whose only basis is a bunch of words can be free. As soon as Europe had what by American standards was a tiny minority of non-whites, Hate Speech Laws were imposed.

A multiracial society cannot be free.

Hit them with the truth.

Make them look as mindless as they are.



The Jerusalem Syndrome

CS Lewis said he would give everything he had if the doctrine of Hell were taken out of Christianity. But, as he admitted, the Doctrine of Hell is there. Jesus himself said, in the Parable of the Wedding Guest, that most people would go to Hell, and not for any serious sin.

Most people end up in Hell, according to that Parable, because they were invited to Heaven, in the Parable a wedding, and they have worn the wrong clothes, which could only mean the wrong doctrine.

Lewis HATED that.

But the very term “Salvation” means Hell. You seek salvation FROM, not TO.

So why love God?

St. Augustine and Calvinists who believe in Predestination are wildly thankful to God for choosing THEM for Salvation from the Eternal Fire. Their point is that while God is viciously unforgiving to most, he chooses not to damn EVERYBODY.

This makes a lot of sense to a lot of people.

In fact, when a terrorist who holds people captive shows the tiniest bit of mercy, the captive tends to fall in love with him. Like God, he has no reason whatsoever not to torture you anymore, so your gratitude is for his showing any mercy at all when his whole reason for being there is to do all the harm he can.

This reaction to terrorists and torturers was discovered a generation ago.

CS Lewis recognized it and HATED it.

It is called The Stockholm Syndrome.

Outside of theology, that is.