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PostSubject: Deconstructing ILP and Secular Humanism Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:11 am

This thread will be deconstructing the average "westerner" and all those who inhabit ILP forum.

I will present most of their premises and founding beliefs. These ideas represent their logic, how they think and actually rationalize the world around them. Most of them think they're "special" and immune to criticism. This thread will prove them wrong, and demonstrate what it means for a higher intelligence to know a lower intelligence, better than it knows itself. Their lack of self awareness, consciousness, and knowledge, is their undoing. What limits them is their cowardice, generally, to take a good, strong, long look in the mirror.

Up to a certain point they turn away, because they cannot accept their weaknesses as they were inherited genetically.


This thread will deconstruct every individual who routinely uses, participates, and reads ILP forum.
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PostSubject: Re: Deconstructing ILP and Secular Humanism Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:28 am

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The first and most important thing to understand, is the judea christian mindset. These faggots inherit mostly christian and jewish ideas, a mix of both. The newspeak for christian is "humanist". The newspeak for jew is "secularist". Now of course not all humanists are christians. Not all secularists are jews. But most of them are. And so if somebody calls herself a secular humanist, then you immediately know what you're dealing with. This person has a preset list of ideas, beliefs, values, and thoughts. Most of these are predictable. You can infer, directly, a vast number of associated rationalizations that correspond with the initial belief.

"We are human". "All humans are equal." "There is no race, except the human race." "All humans deserve respect, care, and love." "Men and women are equally human." "White and black people are equally human." Etc.

However they are not "religiously" christian or jewish. Instead, they accept all the morals, ethics, beliefs, values of christianity and judaism, but remove God from the equation. Many of them are self described atheists, agnostics, deists, and theists. Very rarely will you come across one of these maggots who actually do have a strong, fundamental belief in God. Most of these types were shut out of ILP forum years ago. Do you remember? Fundamentalist christians and jews caused too much trouble, too much of a stir. Strong beliefs are annexed from ILP. Everybody needs to have "soft" beliefs, that never rock the boat or challenge the underlying status quo.

That status quo is the value system that saturates "western society" and civilization.

Is the christian and jewish ethos. And their pathos. It is an "ontology". It is the "metanarrative". It is a script, a text, a list of words and associated ideas.

Most do not question this, and will not. And even if they do and will, will not make much "progress" due to cowardice. They will question some minor aspects of their inherited system, but not the core. They will not question themselves fundamentally.

They will avoid true philosophy at all costs. Because it exposes them to their own deepest fears. They tend to cling to these beliefs to feel "special, different, valuable". Because at heart they are the opposite. They are not special, different, valuable, or unique. In fact they belief in the exact same shit. They all subscribe to the same underlying belief system. They all support their underlying status quo.

So the first aspect of ILP, is that it is "Christianity minus God". It is "secular humanism". This is their platform, their basis, their foundation.
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PostSubject: Re: Deconstructing ILP and Secular Humanism Fri Jun 06, 2014 12:11 pm

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"God is dead." Because "God" was no longer needed for christianity. The reverence of Him is a bygone product of a previous age. Christians whom I call "post christian" are "beyond that". They, God's children have inherited His kingdom, but their holy father is missing. All of the old rules and laws are still in place. But nobody sits at the throne.

No nobility. No class. No culture. No aristocracy. No excellence. No competition. No humiliation of others.

Does this remind you of something? It should....remind you of western culture today. It should remind you of modernity. We live within a postchristian society, a population of christians minus the god. Nietzsche prescribed this and foretold, prophesized, the death of God. Why did God die, or, did He die? What was the meaning behind Nietzsche's message and intent here?

One interpretation that stands apart in my mind, somebody claimed, that God died to the european christian, "because He was no longer needed." And I agree with that rationalization. The average european christian has inherited a kingdom, that he himself did not build, and he no longer appreciates and respects, and has forgotten its creator. The average christian has turned his and her back on "God". They have the morality, but, no longer need nor care about the source of this morality.

Who was God? Obviously, whether you are christian or jewish, the authors of the Bible, and the early religious systems, are the ones who created this system. Men authored these myths, stories, morals, laws, everything. But after centuries of catholic bishops destroying all lingering doubts in the average european mind, the result is expected.

When you destroy all doubts, then the average moron, manimal, like those on ILP, lose all connection with their past. They don't know where they came from, why, how, and they simply don't care. It is this lack of care that I relate with Nietzsche's "death of god". It is apathy, carelessness, ignorance, of the past. These are the same liberals who turn their back on nature. They believe, correctly in some senses, that they have "transcended, gone beyond nature". They believe that they have overcome nature. Which leads to a disrespect of nature.

And a forgetfulness of the past.

This is the second core aspect of these manimals. Their minds actually think, feel, rationalize, see, feel, hear, sense the world this way. These are their premises, the foundation of their beliefs, their logic.

So you can see how the average westerner has no second thought, or doubt, about disrespecting nature. Remember, they simply do not care about the past. Because they believe the past is no longer relevant, and no longer defines them.

But there is a big difference here between forgetfulness of the past, and consciously ignoring the past. They are guilty and responsible for the second. They consciously ignore the past. Because it is insulting, hurtful, and "negative".

They must avoid all "negativity" at all costs. That need drives them, perhaps more than any other. They avoid and "hate" negativity. Without realizing their own negativity. These are not introspective, self reflective, self conscious minds and people, we're dealing with here..... They have a lower nature, closer to animals. And this is proved by the lack of self consciousness, and consciousness in general.
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