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11. apollonian says: • Website
January 21, 2022 at 4:40 pm GMT • 3.1 hours ago • 200 Words
Right Process, Hegelian Dialectic, But Theses Could Be Adjusted

I think u have the right process, Hegelian dialectic, but it’s ur theses which need adjusting, though they’re still pretty good on their own as u have them, not bad at all–but it would still just require a little more analysis.

For the two proper theses which pre-dates urs, and should be interjected are the two fm New Test., that of Christian truth (= Christ, Gosp. JOHN 14:6) vs. Judaic/satanic lies and lying (JOHN 8:44). For truth only exists in the OBJECTIVE (Aristotelian) reality, and the Jews want to impose their SUBJECTIVISM, understood as collective, held by all Jews collectively, directed by the rabbis. See,, and for best Talmudic expo.

So the communist naturally comes fm the Jews’ subjectivism/Satanism/Talmudism–following fm “midrash” (interpretation) method and “Oral Law Trad.” And the Christian individualism comes fm the objective/Aristotelian. So the opposed anti-theses could be either truth vs. lies, or objective vs. subjective, “Satanism” merely being extreme form of subjectivism, idea that consciousness/mentality creates reality, making the creator to be God-like, thus Satanism by definition.

Top Jews know they’re Satanists, for example, pushing the present covid-hoax and poison clot-shots, but they rely upon the innate stupidity and hubris of so many corrupt and perverted, over-populated morons, especially among gentiles, even if not all the way Satanist, their hubris founded upon subjectivism, especially in form of non-existent “good-evil.”

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Conservatism and the Illusion of Exclusion
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In 1950, while being driven from contested Korean territory by the overwhelming force of the invading Chinese, the U.S. Army’s Major General Oliver Prince Smith Jr. told a journalist from Time magazine “We are not retreating. We are advancing in a different direction.” Depending on your perspective, the quote, which has since become almost universally attributed to Smith’s superior, General Douglas MacArthur, is either a masterpiece of positive thinking or a piss-poor method of deception or burying one’s head in the sand. I’ve always viewed it in the latter sense, and it’s a useful shorthand for the unending stream of failures by the mainstream Right. From immigration to gay marriage and the “war on Woke,” the conservative bloc has an innate talent not only for giving ground in its various culture wars, but for somehow reinterpreting or dissembling concession as an advance in a different direction. At the heart of “the conservative problem” is the issue of inclusion versus exclusion, and the fact the conservative bloc, wherever in the West it is found, leads its voter base on the same merry dance to defeat by endlessly hinting at the promise of exclusionary politics while bringing only an expansion to the “inclusive” state. This overwhelmingly takes the form of attracting votes by promising exclusionary action on immigration; retreating from this promise; then playing sleight of hand by trumpeting an advance in the direction of an “inclusive” economy.
“Culture Wars”

Even a brief look at the cultural career of conservatism from around the 1960s reveals a kind of political Attention Deficit Disorder. I can’t think of any single cause, with the possible exceptions of gun control and abortion (in America alone), that has held the attention of the conservative movement enough for consistent opposition or action. Just look at the current fixation on “woke” language and cancel culture. Historian Stephen Prothero wrote back in 2016 that “conservatives almost always lose, because they lash themselves to lost causes.” Despite the ideological rectitude of opposing woke nonsense, it’s essentially true that the issue is already a lost cause. The appropriate time to suffocate the rise of wokeness was years ago, when it was still in its infancy as a niche of left-wing academic nomenclature. In the same way, prior to the advent of woke, when conservatives offered tepid opposition to the eruption of transsexualism into public life, especially in the ridiculous use of pronouns and the question of restrooms and so on, they were at a loss to offer a meaningful challenge because of concessions already made on homosexuals years earlier. And on the homosexuals, conservatives were incapable of serious opposition because of concessions they’d already made around abortion, marriage, and the family, which had in turn created a childless, promiscuous sexual culture more tolerant of the sexually deviant. The conservative is someone who tries to prop up a domino that has many thousands of toppled ones behind it.


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