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PostSubject: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Thu Jul 02, 2015 1:04 pm

In my country there was an incident some two weeks ago when a Nazi swastika pattern was sighted on the soccer field. The authorities still, weeks later, claim to have no idea who the perpetrator is, or might be. Highly unlikely, since there are video cameras all over the field, and under a 1000 people have access to the field at all. Our police are capable of finding a criminal in towns of over hundreds of thousands of people, even if they weren't filmed perpetrating the crime.

Interestingly enough, anybody famous who speaks their mind about it, and points all of this out, has the secret police dig up something in their past, anything - real or not, and they are threatened with jail/prison. The evidence indicates that it was all orchestrated by some big shots who are probably never going to get arrested. At most, they will lock up some bum accused of conducting the act, and not the one who gave the order in the first place.

Croatia isn't very Westernized and leftist yet, we have a moderate-left and moderate-right party who have about the same number of supporters, but currently the left is in power so I doubt they are the ones protecting anybody here.

That was some background information. More interesting than all of that for us philosophers though, is the uproar this has caused amongst people – everybody gets overemotional and morally upset at the mention of Nazism, and when asked why the general answer can be summed up as 'Do you know how many people were killed under that symbol?'
I asked people would they mind as much if it had been a heart pattern, instead of swastika. Obviously, they wouldn't, so this rules out the uproar because of simple hooliganism, since people didn't mind the act of making a pattern, but the pattern that was made.
Then I further asked, what if it was a communist symbol, and people were, mostly, indifferent. Some say they would be annoyed but wouldn't really care much, others give you the usual 'communism is a good idea, just that it hasn't been implemented in practice properly yet' excuse. This determined it – the uproar was not merely because of a political symbol, or a radical political symbol, but because it was a far right, Nazi one.

I don't think the majority of us are indoctrinated and conditioned to react the same way at communistic, and otherwise far-left authoritarian imagery, are we? Did they not commit the 'evils' or whatever you want to call it, of an identical or at least similar magnitude? As far as I know, the communists killed even more people, much more.

The phrase 'winners write history' appears to be remarkably accurate, since the only relevant difference, unless I missed something, is that the communists were on the winning, the majority side.
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PostSubject: Re: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Thu Jul 02, 2015 1:12 pm

Another interesting fact I would like to add is, people barely know anything about Nazism, or communism. Most of them couldn't name a single Nazi aside from Hitler, and sometimes Rommel or Goering. When asked about the tenets of Nazism, and what they advocate, they knew almost nothing but the very basics, aka, that it is an authoritarian ideology which promotes nationalist values. They don't know much more about communism either. I'm not an expert myself, but that it just pathetic and sad considering how certain they are about their positions, as if their positions are results of a thorough, academic research rivaling science.

It's sad once you realize that most people's opinions, and positions, are based on the majority view or poorly researched data at best.
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PostSubject: Re: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Thu Jul 02, 2015 2:13 pm

The winner writes the history books. The Judeo-christian, Jew/Protestant coalition, the chosen ones, have cultivated the psychotic automatic reaction to the mere mentioning of certain words, or the showing of certain symbols.

What really happened during the Great last War and after it, has yet to be revealed.
All we can do is analyze the symptoms and try to follow them back to the did-ease.

I've offered my own diagnosis...offer your own, if it is not in agreement.

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PostSubject: Re: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Thu Jul 02, 2015 2:30 pm

I, remember, back when the crypto-Marxists of SYRIZA were elected in Greece, how some, New age, punks, high on menorah fumes, cheered at the coming of a new age in Europe...a cosmopolitan Europe, as in United Stated of America, culture of no culture, melting pot, "cosmopolitanism".

And look where these Semite-infected minds have done to a nation already rotting from centuries of christian filth.

What they mean by "cosmopolitan" has nothing to do with the cosmopolitanism of the Hellenes, and when they speak of "asceticism" it has nothing to do with Hellenic askisis....nothing.

This is how they understand Hellenism...from the Jew-Christian prism of their modern Marxist/humanistic ideologies.
Even the identity of Hellene is lost on them.....the paideia, and kthonic aspect of the Hellenes becomes shallow nationalism of the good-ol-american boys, the vood-doo agrarianism of communism, and race as color of skin, and African drum-beats in harmony with heart-rates.


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PostSubject: Re: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Mon Jul 06, 2015 1:38 pm

It's not a melting pot anymore, now it's a Salad Bowl

Do you doubt whether Holocaust happened? I don't think it happened exactly as described, it was probably blown out of the proportion due to the well-known Jewish fetish for victimization, but I think the evidence so far is indisputable, and the holocaust denialists so far I judged to look, act, talk and overall appear to be lunatics. Of course, I still retain some doubt about it, but would not go nearly as far as to deny it.

Whether it was moral or not is another thing to whether it happened at all.

Other examples of how leftists manipulate language and thus concepts, is the word 'equality'. There is 'equality of opportunity' and 'equality of outcome'. Because I thought that leftists advocated the first is why I considered myself a leftist.

So basically what leftists do, is use equality to mean 'equality of outcome', and this is what they try to implement in schools, universities and jobs too with all their women-only scholarships, fixed quotas and all that. You know them, the vulgar mob of immature youth gathered together, screaming 'equality'. Then when you criticize equality as they present it (equality of outcome), they begin defending equality of opportunity because it is easier to defend, 'so you think women shouldn't be allowed to do X job, you sexist misogynist?' If by some miracle you manage to convince them you're not a sexist, misogynist pig, and that you defend actual equality of opportunity, then they will revert to the argument that women can't do as good as men in certain fields because of oppression and social constructs/stigma attached to being a female in a certain field, which inhibit them. Then you point out that there are few women who actually do manage to be as good as men in certain fields, and ask them to explain how that can happen if their claim that women are inhibited, is true, how come there are some women who clearly aren't inhibited at all. I propose the explanation based on scientific data and simple inductive reasoning, that since males are proven to be more intelligent on average, and more capable of abstract thinking, that they will do better on average in jobs which require intelligence and abstract thought, and then it's all back to you being a sexist misogynist.

This is why equality as proposed by modern leftism is a disease. Equality is the social construct, nature is diversity, multiplicity, nothing is equal in nature, there is always variation, regardless of how minor. In minds of most modern people, 'equality' now has positive connotations, is associated with positive emotions, so people feel very uncomfortable attacking it even if it is a subversive disease.

The word 'discrimination' is another example of this.

Anyway, new development in the last couple of days: turns out it possibly was the leftist government that orchestrated it, in order to put the blame on some rightist public personalities they disdain. The kind of shit that happens in my country politics is what movies are made of. Politicians acting in contradiction with the law, knowing things they aren't supposed to know, being recorded expressing their knowledge of those things, then later claiming how they know nothing when they realize they weren't allowed to in the first place. And we are being governed by these idiots...
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PostSubject: Re: Radical authoritarianism - Left vs Right Mon Jul 06, 2015 2:11 pm

Arbiter of Change wrote:
I don't think it happened exactly as described, it was probably blown out of the proportion

That's hol0caust-denial as it is understood by those who usually cry hol0caust-denial.


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