The Oogily-Boogily Men

A foundation item of modern Gospel scholarship is something called the Q-document, which is a hypothetical manuscript of Jesus’ sayings. The gospels of Mathew, Mark and Luke are called the Synoptic Gospels, because they include many of the same stories, which suggests they share the same source document. There is a theory that all three writers relied upon this unknown source document. The Q-document is the collection of common stories in all three of these Gospels.

It is an interesting theory because it rests upon some things we know about human behavior, in addition to the textual evidence. For example, we know that the first written texts were based on oral traditions. The stories and legends that were passed from one generation to the next were written down at some point. We know the Gospel writers were not firsthand witnesses. The Q-document allows scholars to fill in some missing pieces of the puzzle based on what is known.

A similar sort of detective work can be used in this age to try and understand the beliefs of our ruling class. At first blush, the things they say and do run counter to the normal explanations for political behavior. Often, what they say runs counter to their own interests, suggesting some unknown motivation. Of course, many of the popular fads with the great and good are best described as superstitions. They have no justification other than a primitive fear of the unknown.

The place to start is with the Russian conspiracy myth. What started out as a ham-fisted way for the Clinton campaign to shift the focus from the e-mails being leaked on-line, quickly manifested into a raging conspiracy theory. The FBI and CIA knew there was nothing to it, but it was a useful cover for their shenanigans. This patina of authority, however, allowed it to become something of a cult phenomenon among the chattering classes and their followers. Russia was the bogeyman.

What no one stopped to consider is what it was the alleged conspirators were plotting to do way back in 2016. Supposedly, they were interfering in the election, but how exactly was that supposed to work? No one ever said, but what we can infer is that the plot was designed to prevent the Left from getting something important. It went well beyond Hillary Clinton, as the plot is an ongoing enterprise. The conspiracy is part of a great hidden battle between the forces of light the forces of darkness.

Now we have the panic of the QAnon phenomenon on-line. The various tentacles of the Left are trying to remove all references of it from the public square. People into this hobby are being thrown off social media platforms. Media airheads are demanding politicians denounce QAnon. The Left has anthropomorphized QAnon into a sort of super-villain running a secret army. In fact, Q is now an international super-villain, organizing the bad guys all over the world.

Like the Russian hoax, they never explain what they think this is or why anyone should be concerned about it. To normal people, it is just one of those weird things like believing in space aliens that people do for some reason. To the Left, it is the gathering of all the dark forces in the world into one great heathen army. This dark army intends to stop the Left from achieving their goals. This is why the Left has always been at war with QAnon and must defeat him in the end.

A goofier version is their obsession with the Boogaloo Boys. This is supposedly a secret cabal of men wearing Hawaiian shirts, no kidding. They are supposedly plotting a second civil war for some reason. Of course, the government dutifully feeds into this nonsense, but never bothers to explain how supposed Boogaloo Boys turn out to be members of left-wing groups like Antifa. The power of the Hawaiian should never be underestimated.

The same thing happened with the Proud Boys. The left has been obsessing with these guys for years now. This fan club for Gavin McInnes has been transformed into an invisible army the Left is sure is lurking around every corner. Amusingly, the group is full of gays, Jews and non-whites, but they are called white supremacists. Like the power of the Hawaiian shirt, mere membership in this group can turn a gay Puerto Rican into a Neo-Nazi terrorist. That’s some powerful juju.

Slightly different, but related is the Covid panic. The public’s initial concern was warranted as the media exaggerated what was happening and the government was as inept at handling it as they are at fixing the roads. People were wise to be a bit cautious and take steps to limit their risks. Then, as the reality of Covid became clear, normal people relaxed and the Left turned it into a supernatural force. The same people living in fear of Gaia now check case numbers three times a day.

The Covid panic on the Left combines strains from the other items mentioned into something of a morality play. You see, Covid is not just a manageable virus like so many others that are a part of our world. It is a sign, perhaps even a punishment, sent to cleanse the land of evil. The Left is convinced that voting out Trump will relieve the land of this great plague. Covid is now another manifestation of the great evil opposing the great and the good in their quest to reach the Promised Land.

What these items and many others have in common is a belief on the Left that they are in a great end-time struggle with a mysterious and sinister force. It has the ability to change how people vote and turn them into enemies of their own interests. Like George Soros, ironically enough, it uses its power to turn small groups into powerful armies in the war against the great and the good. The great enemy of the one true faith is not people with different ideas, but evil itself.

Eric Hoffer said, “Mass movements can rise and spread without belief in a God, but never without belief in a devil.” Having conquered all known enemies on earth, the Left is now without a natural opponent. It is forced to invent supernatural ones in order to maintain that necessary fiction required of all mass movements. Having rejected Christianity and Western tradition, they are creating an ad hoc set of myths and legends to explain the world and their role in it.

Interestingly, this new oogily-boogily is mystical in an oriental way. The great evil at the center of it is never spoken of directly. It’s as if it is taboo to mention it. Instead, they focus on the manifestations of this evil. What gives the dark forces such power is they cannot be quantified with language. Instead it is just assumed to be the origin of all that they fear. The Left is now bound together by a mystical belief in something they cannot describe, but they are sure exists.

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whitney
Member
1 month ago

“What these items and many others have in common is a belief on the Left that they are in a great end-time struggle with a mysterious and sinister force”

I also believe this

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

And interestingly enough, those fanatics seem to congregate in media professions of one sort or another. They seek to promote their faith to a wide audience in any format that makes itself available.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

Good point. I always assumed the media and Hollywood were leftist because they are comprised of gay drama queens. I didn’t consider they go into fields where they can evangelize. This also explains their dominance of academia, corporate marketing and HR.

William Williams
William Williams
Reply to  DLS
1 month ago

While quite a few of the usual suspects are homosexuals (yes, I’m thinking of CNN), I believe the essence of the Media-Infotainment-Politics Consortium is, in fact, the Drama Queen. Many “normies” can take or leave the opportunity to appear on TeeVee, or see their name appear in Newspapers of Record, but to some individuals, this sort of exposure is absolutely addictive… and essential to any self-respect they might have. I don’t claim to understand the psychology involved, but I suspect that these folk feel some sort of giant defect or hole at the center of their life and personhood, and… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Well, that’s the question. Are the fanatics taking over from the merely clever. Can the David Brooks types control their underlings?

The last generation of Progressives were more about taking control of the country and tweaking it, not dismantling the whole system. The upcoming generation wants to blow it up.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Huh? As compared to what? The “last generation of Progressives” you refer to ARE the ones who dismantled the whole system. We used to have a system that (as designed by the MEN who came up with it) largely prevented the kind of power concentration that we see today in the Federal government. Furthermore – the federal system made the states much more independent of the Federal government than they are now. I’ve read the way it used to be described as ” most US citizens in the age before the Progressives came along – had their main contact with… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

seems they have always run our society

As you and others have well charted, the yankee puritanical streak runs through everything and takes on different forms

Striking to me that even after a few centuries we haven’t been able to shake it

Jaybo
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

No we don’t know the Gospel writers were not first hand witnesses. You are just like the people you criticize,

James O'Meara
James O'Meara
Reply to  Jaybo
1 month ago

Unknown unknowns is a hell of a thing to base a religion on.

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  James O'Meara
1 month ago

They were not unknown at the time. Hell, they even knew each other.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  James O'Meara
1 month ago

Tradition has a great deal to say that the Bible is (mostly) silent on…

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Yup. It seems like there are an army of Jans of Leiden running around turning a lot of our cities into mini-Munsters. May they find the same fate.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Whatever self policing mechanisms within the two major parties that once existed have completely disintegrated.

Biden? Hillary? Trump? GW Bush II? Dole? Ridiculous choices all.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

“Interestingly, this new oogily-boogily is mystical in an oriental way. The great evil at the center of it is never spoken of directly. It’s as if it is taboo to mention it.”

I’m not so sure of that. The Left is pretty clear that the Great Evil Force is whiteness, and they speak about it all the time. “Racism” and “sexism” and “homophobia” are all traits of whiteness that must be purged. 

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  whitney
1 month ago

<i>I also believe this</i>

So do I, and I’m not even a Christian.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42_v_ktngt0

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
1 month ago

I believe that we’re in a struggle for our people.

While I believe personally it’s a battle of good vs evil, I’ll try not to cloud my judgement with those emotions. To win, you have to be clear-headed and humble. Every once in a while, I watch this clip from Bruce Lee. (Yeah, it’s a chessy, dubbed movie, but his ideas are spot on.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhvBTy28VJM&feature=emb_logo

“The Enemy Has Only Images and Illusions, Behind Which He Hides His True Motives. Destroy the Image and You Will Break the Enemy.”

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

While I believe personally it’s a battle of good vs evil As precise a description as any I can think of. And to match your fine quote: We are dreamers and visionaries while the liberals have become tired and scared. The liberals have lost the ability to dream and to evoke great emotions; all the liberals can do is to administer this ever growing misery and desperately cling on to the remnants of their waning power. Our dreams are nightmares to our enemies, we are believers and our enemies are left with desperation – we have faith, they have fear.… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
1 month ago

Only the DR offers Whites a future. The Left offers first subjugation and then extinction.

B124
B124
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Agreed, that mysterious force the elites are so scared of is just white people. The whiter they are, the more scary. They’re so terrified that they decided to import hundreds of millions of non-whites to dilute our power, at the eventual expense of their own prosperity and safety.

White people esp. NW euros do have a certain energy and it is quite intense particularly when it’s un-pozzed. The kind that would reach the moon.

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

As a man who spent three years at war I can attest we do not “have to be clear headed and humble” but rather ruthless and merciless and convinced of your cause. There is no other path to victory. I know, I was on the losing side.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Hoagie
1 month ago

Quite true. But being clear-headed about your opponent and yourself is extremely important to winning at anything.

However, you are correct. At the moment, our opponent is far more merciless than our side, willing to destroy lives, imprison and even kill. Are we ready for that?

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Hoagie
1 month ago

When you fight for the world’s only superpower you have no need to be humble, you can just steamroller anyone who looks at you funny.

It’s a different kettle of fish when the enemy is stronger than you.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Hoagie
1 month ago

Ruthless and merciless isn’t a problem for the US military. Never was. Especially these days since it’s all push-button ops. I suspect you’re referring to Vietnam. I don’t know, what, in your three years in, that you actually recall, but things were bad in the end. That “merciless and ruthless attitude” you wag your finger about? That’s all the military had left in the end – high body enemy body counts and hamlets burned; not to mention all the broken veterans cast off and POWs left behind. There was no clear mission. No reason to be there.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Hoagie
1 month ago

 I know, I was on the losing side.

For non-Americans, “losing” means enemy soldiers are in your country, buying blowjobs from your girlfriend with nylons and chocolate.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  whitney
1 month ago

The Devil is not really that mysterious. His goals are plain – destruction and damnation. Not really worth our time to think about him. Focus on Christ instead (who has already won the war!)

Oval
Oval
Reply to  BadThinker
1 month ago

Why do we have to blame “the devil” on what is obviously a human failing? Seems like yet another conservative cope / excuse to do nothing. Think about it. If everything is all “the devil’s fault”, then there’s really nothing you can do about it except keep your head down and go about your business. You don’t really expect to be able to beat a genius supernatural, nearly omnipresent, being in a contest of global chess, do you? This mentality more than anything is what allowed this nightmare world to happen. Conservatives deluded themselves into doing nothing because they thought… Read more »

Reply to  BadThinker
1 month ago

Unfortunately, the AWRs are bidding fair to immanentize the damnatio.

Drew
Drew
1 month ago

“Having conquered all known enemies on earth, the Left is now without a natural opponent. It is forced to invent supernatural ones in order to maintain that necessary fiction required of all mass movements.” Honestly, reading the histories of various leftist movements makes it clear that all of their movements were based on fighting a supernatural opponent. The temperance movement, for example, imbued alcohol with a malevolent spirit, like it was a magic potion. The abolitionist movement was very much a moralist movement, not an economic one. American progressives are just puritans without Jesus; they hate the devil and see… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Drew
1 month ago

A vestigial Christian mythos hangs over everything about them

Same with atheists whose morality has all the outlines and assumptions of Christianity but no Christ.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Drew
1 month ago

Puritans without Jesus. The left in three words or less. Most succinct definition I have ever heard.

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tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Drew
1 month ago

They learned a lot from prohibition. The main thing they learned is that without a bunch of people whose high incomes rely on prohibition, the voters will demand an end to prohibition. The great small gov party launched the war on drugs with a massive increase in the size of government and all new agencies tasked with prosecuting the war.

exfarmkid
exfarmkid
Reply to  tarstarkas
1 month ago

The “small government” tag came later with the Reagan Admin and it was mostly lip service.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  exfarmkid
1 month ago

That’s not true, though it was just lip service. The GOP has been about low taxes for a long time.

Natarnsco
Member
1 month ago

“What these items and many others have in common is a belief on the Left that they are in a great end-time struggle with a mysterious and sinister force.”

And that mysterious and sinister force is reality itself.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Natarnsco
1 month ago

It was, is and will continue to be a war with reality. This is probably the best way to describe a leftist – a reality denier.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Several good comments here. Some warnings, however: While we like to call the Leftist a reality-denier (and often, indeed, he is), others, and that includes us, are no more immune to that failing than the average foaming-at-the-mouth Egalitarian you derisively laugh at. It is a universal human failing to be convinced his own ideals are right and good and therefore, anyone who disagrees with him must be wrong at the least and evil at the worst. Rarely, verging on never, does a man stop, examine his principles against how well they square with reality, and adjust accordingly. I guess I’m… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

While we like to call the Leftist a reality-denier (and often, indeed, he is), others, and that includes us, are no more immune to that failing than the average foaming-at-the-mouth Egalitarian you derisively laugh at. True. I will happily dismiss scientific evidence if it impinges on certain rights that I think a good society ought to have. I will happily dismiss logic and reason for the same. But all leftists take this further – I may be forced to concede your point about the viability of say, nuclear power; but I am never going to be mad at you because… Read more »

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Sounds like a different translation of the Abyss line.
“When you stare into the Abyss, the Abyss stares back into you.”

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Natarnsco
1 month ago

In a sense, then, if reality can be defined as Mother Nature, and these people are working on the assumptions of Christian morality and impulse, albeit devoid of Christ himself, that this looks like just another Christian assault on paganism. Twisted as it ay be, but the spirit of it is the same.

T. Morris
T. Morris
Reply to  Natarnsco
1 month ago

They’re at war with nature, and therefore with Nature’s God. This is easy to see in all sorts of ways. I always liked Noah Webster’s original definition of the word “Sodomy”: simply “a crime against nature.” No need to try to explain it beyond what it actually is.

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Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  T. Morris
1 month ago

They’re at war with the Theory of Evolution.

Pointing that out to Progressive is always good fun, given their “we believe in science” mantra.

B124
B124
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

It’s both God and the theory of evolution they work against. God clearly made different people groups with different traits. Evolution/nature also created different people groups with different traits.

It’s also just plain old common sense lol. If I see a bear, I have a gut instinct to help me survive. Same goes when I see a black person. They think this survival instinct is bad.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  B124
1 month ago

When I lived in New York and visited NYC, I could walk around Chinatown all day surrounded by 100,000 Chinese and be perfectly at ease. But every time the Metro North train just stopped for a minute at 125th Street(Harlem) I was instantly on edge.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Judge Smails
1 month ago

Try walking into one of these huge, spontaneous Trump caravan rallies.
Feel the fear.

I swear, some future historian will combine those videos and title it, “Triumph of the Will”.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Judge Smails
1 month ago

You failed to speak of the stop before 125th st—that’s where all the remaining Whites got off. 😉

T. Morris
T. Morris
Reply to  B124
1 month ago

I’ve told the story many times of the time my mother came down for a visit and we all went to a nearby state park for a family picnic. I had six children at the time and they asked whether they could all go down to the swimming hole about 75 yds from the pavilion where I was cooking hamburgers. I gave them permission, and away they went. About 20 minutes later a car load of blacks and a couple of rough looking whites turned onto the road adjacent to our spot. My mother noticed them immediately and was trying… Read more »

onezeno
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

The Theory of Evolution has been disproven by genetics. And indeed the leftists are the biggest proponents of the theory anyway. The Theory of Evolution is the core of their dogma of materialism, that life is not a divine creation but a random quirk of the randomly driven material world. It is the essence of their demoralization campaign.

Red Maine
Red Maine
Reply to  onezeno
1 month ago

It hasn’t been — at all. Lay off the VD, please. The guy isn’t half as smart as he’d like to think. He believes Qanon is real, so he’s obviously he’s not that bright. The evidence for evolution by natural selection is overwhelming. And much of that evidence comes from genetics. Endogenous retroviruses, for example. Closely related primates have these bits of genetic code indicating a past viral infection in a common ancestor which then diverged over time into separate species which also carried this same sequence. There are many other examples. Claiming evolution has been “disproved” is just signalling… Read more »

onezeno
Reply to  Red Maine
1 month ago

Claiming evolution has been “disproved” is just signalling your appalling ignorance on the subject. What foolish talk. I have merely provided a claim, with no further elaboration to demonstrate either an abundance or lack of ignorance on the subject. You, however, have done just that, bringing such irrelevant arguments such as Qanon or beer chugging, attempting to discredit your own caricature of those who disagree with you through character assassination. Then you find a third party to project your own intellectual superiority complex onto. However, you betray your own mindset, which is that anyone who disagrees must be an idiot.… Read more »

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
1 month ago

The Left makes sense if you view them as a heretical offshoot of Christianity. Replace Jehovah and Jesus with The People and the rest falls into place. From original sin (whiteness, greed) to an apocalyptic end of times transformation (revolution) ending in paradise. The origins of Lucifer’s evil is the same – rebellion against the one true god.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
1 month ago

Christianity offers redemption, salvation and forgiveness. The new religion of the left only offers condemnation and a permanent status as a second class citizen to whites. There is nothing redeeming about what the left is telling whites. I can’t imagine anyone becoming a Christian if they were told they could never go to Heaven because of the color of their skin, yet many whites have joined the multi faith with no opportunity for salvation.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Knowing quite a few Whites who have adopted this new religion, I think that I can clear this up. They don’t believe that their dusky friends are talking about them specifically when they demonize “Whites.”

I realize that it’s crazy since their dusky brothers-in-arms never distinguish between good and bad whites, but that’s their thinking. The just assume their talking about Badwhites. It’s really quite bizarre. They believe that they are part of the Rainbow Coalition. Even Karens who are made fun of for being Karens don’t see it as being directed at them personally.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Thanks. That would fit with their level of narcissism, but it is still a bizarre belief. Especially when there is so much evidence non whites will make no exception for them. Many must believe they have fallen short of serving their masters and deserve the rage.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Barnard, I’ll give you the core of the issue. It is because they do not know fear. Know it at a visceral level. Haven’t experienced it truly because modern life is largely bereft of the common perils of old. They can play these games because they really don’t think their pets will eat them and they haven’t looked gruesome death in the eye. It’s a game. Something to break up the monotony and give purpose. It’s the same reason you read about people getting washed over the falls at Yosemite or falling into the Grand Canyon every year. It’s a… Read more »

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

It’s worse than that – in many of them, it’s a self-hatred (combined with a hatred of Dad).

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  BadThinker
1 month ago

Self-hatred, how is that a genetically positive (as in fit) trait? Spiteful mutants, all.

Red Maine
Red Maine
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

It’s good for us in the long term. We’ll go through a fertility bottleneck and the worst elements of society will be removed over the next one-hundred years. Self-haters don’t breed. Bye.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

“They don’t believe that their dusky friends are talking about them specifically when they demonize “Whites.”

Yes this, and some of these lefties take it one step further with the mock-Christ self-sacrifice bit. The washing black feet mania that recently occurred and the “acknowledgement” of their white privilege charades. They dont mean themselves really but they like the role of the lamb taking on the sins of the bad whites.

It is a disgusting mockery of His sacrifice and disgusts me on too many levels to make a count.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Yes, even the ones supposedly doing penance are repenting, in their minds, for the sins of others. They are ashamed of other Whites’ racism and wish to show that shame publicly.

Therefore, their penance is, in fact, not penance at all, but a very public shaming of other Whites. It’s simply good old fashioned virtual signaling. But make no mistake, the joy they feel degrading other Whites knows no bounds. They will take this as far as it can go, including the destruction of lives and inflicting pain.

RJL
RJL
Member
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

The Left does believe in redemption — it is found in the secular utopia that will rise when Marxism is–Finally!!–really put into practice. Heaven will be here on earth when everyone is equal!

Crispin
Crispin
Reply to  RJL
1 month ago

Of course Marxism works!
We just haven’t run it with the right people, yet.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  RJL
1 month ago

When we are all equal, there will be no work, no war, nor want.

From the ashes of this fallen world, a New, and Perfected, One World will arise!

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

There’s heaven

It’s a fancy manhattan penthouse or Swiss mountain retreat and getting to hang out with Harvey Weinstein and having sex with angels in the form of 12 year old girls and boys

Member
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Liberals used to like to say that American conservatives just see themselves as “temporarily embarrassed millionaires” and that that’s why they opposed high taxes and heavy regulation of business. There’s always been some truth in this though it’s a superficial and materialistic interpretation of people’s preference for freedom and responsibility. The other ideological side to this is that, largely through mass higher education, we’ve also created a class of people who think of themselves as temporarily embarrassed Obama/Hillary/Biden/Harris cabinet members, or maybe just working in some posh think tank in DC where they get to hang out with the powerbrokers… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

“May the alligator eat me last, comrade! Thus I denounce you.”

Chief
Chief
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

The Left has pulled off an incredible feat, really.
Not only have they utterly convinced their consort, be they black, female, gay, etc., into believing in an operating system that at its base is at almost complete odds with their own human natures, thereby consigning them to unfulfilled lives seeped in misery, they’ve actually got them FIGHTING, tooth and nail, for more of the same!

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
1 month ago

Synagogue of Satan. It was written 🙂

BTP
Member
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
1 month ago

It’s a reversion to the ethos of paganism, if you are talking about the process whereby some victim is identified as the source of the existential crisis. How does Thebes fix their plague, threatening the existence of the city itself? Well, they find the guilty one who is at once a parricide, a regicide, and guilty of inc**t, blind him and cast him out. With the source of the crisis punished, the city is saved. For us, the source of our problems is the sin of racism. Fortunately, we know why that stain is with us and who it is… Read more »

William Williams
William Williams
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
1 month ago

If you want a picture of Future America, imagine Wall Street and Hollywood stomping on a human face… forever.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

I’m sorry, but an entry with this theme can never be considered a top-tier post if the phrase “invisible nazis” doesn’t appear anywhere in the text.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

Please consider purchasing one of my “Invisible Nazis” themed t-shirts so I don’t have to start up an OnlyFans account. Trust me, no one wants that.comment image

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

“Bloody brill!” as the Brits say.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Plebe. I want The Wifebeater, for the true esthete.

Kesselfieber
1 month ago

Nihilism will have its dues. And vacuums tend to be temporary. We’re regressing at present, falling back into history, primordial history of the synthetically ugly sort.

A blend of barbaric, prehistoric matriarchy with I-phones and Orwellian control of the sheeple. Effeminate bugmen telling strapping gym bros to check their male privilege and, bizarrely, the gym bros actually cowering in fear of these creatures.

Nature is on its head. The apotheosis of Kali Yuga.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Kesselfieber
1 month ago

Lotta face-diapered 20-something muscle Marys walking around out there.

Falcone
Falcone
1 month ago

I have a hunch on the origins of the Russia hoax I bet you that Hillary ran a focus group with suburban women and found there was some discomfort and possible resentment, perhaps lingering suspicions, with Donald and his foreign wives with their Russian sounding names (I know Melania is not Russian, but talking about your typical suburban housewife in middle America). And knowing Hillary and knowing women and their ways, I bet she got her little pea brain working and thought she could score a serious hit on Donald by concocting up some story of Russia. And slobbering fools… Read more »

Drake
Drake
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Also the lingering resentment that the Russians gave up on communism.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Probably over thinking this. That may be a part of it sure, but Russia is full of fairly homogenous unapologetically white people. That alone makes it a target for the wrath of the death cult left. They learned the bitter lessons of (((bolsheviks))) a century ago.
We are just now getting our brutal education…

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Apex Predator
1 month ago

Putin’s failure to sufficiently celebrate sodomy was certainly a factor.

Reply to  Apex Predator
1 month ago

Russia, in all sorts of ways, has refused to Americanize. This is intolerable to globo-homo.

Fred
Fred
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

I’ve always suspected that women hate Melania for being hot (no idea if politics makes any difference here – do blue women hate her more, less or the same as red women?), but there’s also the possibility of a social-proof angle: women have higher affinity for men with hot women than for men with average or ugly women.
So it’s not clear what it nets out at.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Living in the land of Karens (and Karen-like men let’s call them Kens), I can now see how much they missed a serious religion in their lives. (By “serious”, I mean even the church-going Karens and Kens go to very accepting churches which lack the social punishment aspect.) Karens and Kens lived to police their neighbors, talk about who’s following the rules and who’s not, and stay in the good graces of the higher moral authority. In our modern, secular world, they lost that. With Covid, BLM and scary Right-wing groups (foreign and domestic), they’ve reclaimed that birthright. I’m not… Read more »

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Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

You’re on to something here. Covid is now another manifestation of the great evil opposing the great and the good in their quest to reach the Promised Land. This dovetails with something I posted a few days ago. Ever since Trump won in 2016, the world has made no sense to the Left, because we are not all dead and broke, women are not chattels and there are no concentration camps full of the suffering. Hitler must do these things but he hasn’t and most people seem to be doing well enough over the last four years. Along comes Fake… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
1 month ago

The masks are the big tell in all of this. They tip you off that this is about more than a flu-like bug that’s a bit worse for the old and sick than a normal flu.

They needed something physical, something public to distinguish good people from bad people.

Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Unfortunately then, there are a helluva lot more “good” people than “bad” out there. The schlubs in my Texas city have been wearing the Karen Kloth morning, noon and night for the past 7 months and show few signs of shedding it. Bloody idiots.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
1 month ago

Amazing that the woke media seizes on Flu Manchu during an election year- and that there’s a spike during the critical last days of the election!

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Karens and Kens lived to police their neighbors

This is why they love the Muslims so much. Lots of community policing among the Ummah.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

The fact that the face masks are eerily similar to a Niqab doesn’t seem to register with these people.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

So which will it be? Some friends and I were palavering on this subject. Some say these plague masks and measures will remain if Trump loses because it is just too juicy of a social control tool for the Left to give up. I lean towards the “Great Victory” over the Covid if he loses the election. Downplayed death statistics (like military deaths and homelessness figures during the Obama years) and a Joyous Reopening once OrangeManBad is gone. Any wagers or third options?

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Yes, it’s a tough call. So many on the Left enjoy Covid in a way that BLM and spooky White nationalists just can’t satisfy. Can they give it up as a reward for getting Orange Man out?

I think that they will give it up, but they’ll be looking for something to replace it with. It’ll be hard for them to go back to their secular lives.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

“I think that they will give it up, but they’ll be looking for something to replace it with.”

They seem to be getting a taste for talking about civil war. Let’s hope they aren’t that stupid in their craze for the next greatest thing craze.

B124
B124
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

I think if Biden wins masks will become the least of your worries. Re-education camps for Trump supporters, gun confiscation, extreme mass immigration (to suburbia) and who knows what else. The great reset will take place. The elites will basically have complete world control.

But yeah, things are never going back to normal. I’m interested to see what trump does if he wins.

Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

I don’t think the Karen Kloth is going anywhere. All of the Kovid-deputized despots are enjoying their newfound powers far too much to relinquish them. Either we rebel, or the face diaper becomes part of our physiognomy.

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Fredx100
Fredx100
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Third option-If Trump wins the election almost immediately they will come out and say they have a vaccine for Chinese flu. They will tell everyone that it is highly effective but as with such a nasty thing as Chinese flu it most likely will not work one hundred percent of the time(that way all the old people can still die of the flu and pneumonia). They will not make it mandatory to take the vaccine but they will administer it to everyone who wants it free of charge as quickly as they can. Here is where it gets interesting. The… Read more »

DeWalt
DeWalt
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Reminds me of a cartoon where a boy asked a girl to pull her mask down to see what she looks like. The girl replies “not until we’re married.

Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Both are symbols of submission. The niqab symbolizes submission to a misogynistic order; the Karen Kloth symbolizes submission to American fascism.

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DeWalt
DeWalt
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Your Karen’s and Ken’s are the people living in Deed Restricted Neighborhoods and high rise apartments and condos with Doormen.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Then, as the reality of Covid became clear, normal people relaxed and the Left turned it into a supernatural force. I have just spent half an hour talking to a young colleague – perhaps in his 30s – whilst he wears a personalized mask. Frankly, I have now to check my urge to punch him out. The daily reminders of normal people buying into this sometimes gets the better of me. However, on the bright side, many I know now just accept it is has all been daft. The thing is, the people who still cower are actually what we’d… Read more »

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

I have acquaintances who are dumping me because I informed them that I intend to vote in person without a mask. (I urged them to do the same.) Who would consider such a thing? Yes, masks may not prove efficacious. People want to feel safe! How dare I. We won’t bail you out. I’ve been warned. I am disgusting.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
1 month ago

When you pause to think about it, it is insane how partisan people can become over the most trivial things. I include myself in that. My reaction above to my colleague is not, to me, indicative that we live in a healthy society – the easiness of polarization is staggering. Your example also illustrates this point. I am only to happy to extrapolate this point; it is not unreasonable to imagine your same ‘acquaintances’, in two years time, remembering this crime and dobbing you in to the authorities. Once again, examples from real life can help us enlighten a few… Read more »

KGB
KGB
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
1 month ago

Have you found guidance from Illinois on voting sans mask?

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  KGB
1 month ago

Yes. A month or so ago the city publicly stated that poll workers would be instructed to “strongly encourage” mask wearing but no voter would be turned away for refusing to don the diaper. Some precincts may establish special procedures for addressing dissidents. It’s all largely ad hoc, purposely, but I expect not to be arrested unless an incident of violence occurs. My great concern escalation by fellow voters in the event a line forms and not the poll workers. I have already written a script that I intend to chant like a mantra.

Member
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
1 month ago

I would be a bit concerned, especially in Illinois, that going in as a mask dissident would immediately flag you as a supporter of Orange Hitler and your ballot would get “lost” somehow even if everything goes peacefully.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

It’s a raised middle finger to the D’s here, not much more. I suppose my vote against Kim Foxx and in favor of O’ Brien might matter. I am also a friend of Judge Curry who is seeking reelection. And there’s a referendum to enable a massive tax increase that would force us to move to another state if implemented. But my concern is violence, specifically, violence by a boomer male I must defend againt. I could lose my firearms by court order when I might need them most if I respond, and I’ve already had a few boomer males,… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
1 month ago

The whole mask thing = temperance movement 2.0

Reply to  ChicagoRodent
1 month ago

Yes, masks may not prove efficacious. People want to feel safe! ” In other words, it is our duty to be suborned into their ignorance and stupidity.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

When I lived in Germany a long time ago, I used to joke that the Germans were so intense about politics, saving poor countries and, especially, saving the environment because so many of them were neurotic.

Everyday life for them was torture. They needed something to distract them from themselves.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Germans = frustrated Romantics

Trees wanting to sing

But when they do sing, when they do breathe air through those trunks, say with Beethoven, it is often unparalleled beauty

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Yes, people are wrong when they say the Germans are efficient, emotionless drones. They’re perhaps the most passionate people that I’ve met. But it’s a passion that boils very deep.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Frankly, I have now to check my urge to punch him out.

I feel the same way about the noodle-armed, 20-something, goodwhite soiboi walking around here with his kente cloth mask.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

“The Obstacle is the Way”.

If China is to believed, they’re at 98% pre-COVID domestic air travel levels. There’s no way this could be happening unless China just said “fook it”, and have accepted that Covid just isn’t what everyone thinks it is.

The US will get there, eventually, because it has to. But the damage the preventative measures are going to cause may well rip this country apart, as well as tailspin us into Great Depression 2.0.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

Or, China was playing their part in return for something.

A passion play. The Zman has explained passion plays before, that they are designed to evoke profound feelings of fear, then acceptance.

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Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Unless it’s a place where masks are mandated I just refuse to talk to anyone wearing one. You can’t understand half of what they’re mumbling in those things anyway. I think some of them actually enjoy making you ask them to repeat things. It gives them a hit of Smug, which I’ve determined is what Goodwhites smoke instead of crack. Why yes, you’re having trouble understanding me, that’s because I’m wearing MY MASK OF VIRTUE, why aren’t you, sinner?!?!

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Reminds me of today, lunch. Only place I can handle is a fast food drive in. Rest have potential for mask enforcement. Drive in order taker on speaker can’t be understood—due to her mask. I simply lost it today after a couple go arounds, finally yelling, “Can you understand me?” Some gibberish was spewed, so I took a chance and responded, “ Don’t answer, don’t speak, don’t ask me for additions, just listen… here’s my order…”. “I’ll pay and pick it up at the window.” I figured the worse that could happen is that they’d say at the window they… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
1 month ago

And let me add something that I think dovetails with Z’s overarching point. Doesn’t one get the sense that all of this has taken on increased urgency? That there is a race against the clock? Anyone ever see the movie Bram Stoker’s Dracula where at the end the good guys are racing against the sunset to impale the final stake into Dracula’s heart. It’s an amazing scene if you haven’t seen it. Some of it is undoubtedly that many of these former hippies are nearing death and feel their life’s ambitions and dreams of utopia are slipping away so they… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Some of it is undoubtedly that many of these former hippies are nearing death and feel their life’s ambitions and dreams of utopia are slipping away so they must hurry, as if life promised them they’d be the ones to bring about the utopia. Never to mind. In their passing, these deceased hippies bring my idea of utopia ever closer. More of that please. To your point of urgency, I agree. It does seem that way – for both sides. If we’re still using the largely meaningless terms of left and right, both sets of peoples in my acquaintance sense… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Fin de siècle

Yep, there is churning going on all around us and everything being reshuffled for a new era.

There is definitely something going on. But it’s just about how humans will choose to reorganize themselves. I used to get excited about it, say a year ago I was feeling it, but at the end of the day we aren’t going anywhere, we are stuck on this planet, and no UFO is coming to take us away. But it does all make for some good entertainment.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Is it wrong to hope for mass aneurysms if the Donald is re-elected?

Asking for a friend.

Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

I plan to have a video watching binge of those “Lefty Tears” videos. The ones from 2016 were awesome. I expect to see blood spurting from their eyes and smoke coming from their ears this time around.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

I can certainly see Joe and Kamala wearing robes with moons on them, and giant horned headdresses, invoking the chanting crowd.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Conan! What is best in life?”

“To crush your enemies — See them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women!”

Listen to the barbarian. Enjoy next Tuesday.

B124
B124
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Agreed, they are panicking for some reason. Even if they had just sucked it up and let Trump have 4 years, they could have continued the slow boil and by now we’d be gone.

Instead they went batsh*t and exposed themselves. I still don’t know why, they are so close to winning.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  B124
1 month ago

Agreed, they are panicking for some reason.

Are they?

Half the country appears so brainwashed they think masks and lockdowns are the best thing ever.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

As long as there are some of us left who are “not with the program”, they’ll be scared.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  B124
1 month ago

Instead they went batsh*t and exposed themselves.



There is logic to this Israelite choice

When Hitler invaded israelite russia they had to nationalize the country a little(to mobilize russians), this created a Domino efect which resulted in Current Day russia.

Israelites fear any form of nationalism that might lead further down the line to them getting exposed. That’s why they hate Trump, they want to stamp out any White nationalist reemergence, which he represents, for better or for worse.

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usNthem
usNthem
1 month ago

I see over on Vox’s website, he’s got a post referencing a daily mail article about how the regular old flu bug all but disappeared in the Southern Hemisphere this year. Gee, I wonder where it went? Maybe got wiped out by the vaunted covtard virus. Or maybe, it’s just another flu variant – wow, who’d a thunk. In a saner time, all these ridiculous leftard conspiracy theories would be laughed out of court. But too many of these whack jobs actually seem to believe all this shit and they have way too much power, making them fairly dangerous.

Member
Reply to  usNthem
1 month ago

There’s now a tendency to diagnose anyone with “flu-like symptoms” as having the C19 virus even though usually the diagnosis would just be flu. The other, somewhat darker aspect here is simply that C19 killed off a lot of the same people who normally die from flu before the flu could get to them. This is consistent with both flu and C19 being only really dangerous to people who are already very sick and probably near death.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Pozy, I see you’ve been doing your reading. Spot on. We’ll have to see how they eventually spin this to their advantage.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  usNthem
1 month ago

Can’t have a good ol’ hellfire sermon without a prediction-

Uncle Joe won’t be hospitalized or jfk’d.

Covid will get him. It’s dangerously dangerous, you see. He gave his all in one last act for the Party.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
1 month ago

“Having conquered all known enemies on earth, the Left is now without a natural opponent.”
—————————————-
That may rhyme with the NRx boys and their belief that what we are seeing is a purity spiral. I believe they may have the right of that one, because when Lefty isn’t tilting at windmills, they fight amongst themselves. Their internal feuds are just starting too; preppers: check your stocks of beer and popcorn!
Speaking of them, how did the NRx boys escape Lefty’s righteous wrath?

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 month ago

Most Lefties can’t get above the reading level required for Bronze Age Mindset, let alone anything by Moldbug.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  BadThinker
1 month ago

When I was into these things, reading level and measurements thereof, the average American was at a bit below 8th grade. Recently, I’ve seen studies measuring Freshmen in college at 8th grade level, and I’m not surprised since we’ve had 40 years of general decline in higher ed since I studied in the field.
This is not a trivial failing. If you can’t read at a college level, you can’t partake of many of the great ideas in publication.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

Or out of publication, for that matter. archive.org’s old book scanning has been an amazing thing.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  BadThinker
1 month ago

I highly second your recommendation. History is being rewritten at a frenzied pace. You need to read some of the old writings (pick your area) to get some idea of the truth. Winston Smith was *not* a fantastical fabrication of George Orwell—he lives today.

anonymous
anonymous
1 month ago

What gets me about the Russian hysteria, is that, in addition to being a figment of the leftist imagination, Russia is also a real country with real people and dangerous weapons systems. What on Earth must they be thinking about this gibbering lunacy? I remember watching with horror at the leadup to the 2016 election, when Hillary Clinton wanted to start a war with Russia using Syria as a flashpoint. It came out of nowhere! It would serve no interest of the United States to casually launch an existential world-war. I’m worried that our ruling morons don’t really viscerally understand… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  anonymous
1 month ago

Good point. Strange days when our political ruling class likes to play chicken with a nuclear superpower for popularity points and the rest of us are left to depend on the adult restraint of a Russian Oligarch to avoid armageddon.

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CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Putin is a smart man and a nationalist. Russia went through the horrors of WWII and in general communism. Putin understands what *real* war is and is content to win without a physical struggle. All he needs do is to sit tight and let us implode.

Federalist
Federalist
Reply to  anonymous
1 month ago

at the leadup to the 2016 election, when Hillary Clinton wanted to start a war with Russia using Syria as a flashpoint.  If you’re old enough to remember the 70’s and 80’s, it was always “No More Vietnams.” It was political poison if voters thought you would get the US into another war in Southeast Asia. After the Iraq fiasco, in a sane world, any presidential candidate would have been reassuring voters nonstop that he/she would never let the US get into another war in the Middle East. The rational political move for Hillary would have been to pin Iraq… Read more »

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(((They))) Live
(((They))) Live
Reply to  anonymous
1 month ago

And the media totally ignored this, I think the Russians along with a number of other countries were reading Hillary’s emails, they knew what she was planning for Syria after the election, so they were moving their largest ship the Kuznetsov to the Med to protect Syria, the media only reported on this to mock the Russian because the ship was having engine problems, I realise that Russia is not the Soviet Union but they do still have a dangerous nuclear arsenal, any some other key capabilities, its worrying that idiots like Hillary think they win a nuclear war with… Read more »

Drake
Drake
Reply to  (((They))) Live
1 month ago

Her email server was in a closet behind a dry cleaner. If they didn’t have physical and electronic access to it, everyone in their intelligence agencies would have been fired by the old KGB Colonel.

William Williams
William Williams
Reply to  (((They))) Live
1 month ago

>>>IMO the Russians are now the leaders of the Western World
As the Third Rome, Russia does (and should) consider itself a civilizational leader, but I doubt they would consider themselves part of the ‘western world’.
While still wealthy, the West is culturally moribund, and possibly entering a permanent decline. Christendom will soldier on other forms (e.g.Orthodox and Hispanic), but current cultural trends in the West are sufficiently negative and anti-Christian that the final demise of the West-As-It-Is would be no great loss to humankind. And IMHO the triumph of an anti-Christian West would be worse.

Sandmich
Reply to  anonymous
1 month ago

Anyone with a clue doing an outside-looking-in on the U.S. has to be familiar with the acronym “ZOG”.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  anonymous
1 month ago

The secret to culture war- you get your enemies to kill each other.

A nuclear Brother War would finish the caucasoids off in a final holocaust. They won’t be targeting Mexico City, Lagos, or Dimona.

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Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
1 month ago

What you’ve described is an out of control raging neurotic, and like all such, prone to project madly the rage inside onto others.
There is not much hope in reasoning with such people. I don’t see any way this fever exits the society without a crisis.

Reply to  Major Hoople
1 month ago

Rageheads with the “Hate Has No Home Here” signs in their front yards. It is to chuckle.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
1 month ago

Feels as though this is a confluence of the myriad independent grifts run by the Clintons, Bidens, DC in general, et al fearing exposure with the need to whip up the “True Believers” as a defensive strategy with, in this case, a Russian Devil. No grand conspiracy, just a lot parallel grifts and no shortage of ambitious bureaucrats happy to look the other way, take personal benefit once out of office, or use the cover they provided (think McCabe) as a means of career advancement. The clumsiness of it all simply indicates the utter mediocrity of these individuals. Absent an… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  SamlAdams
1 month ago

Hillary was there to keep everyone out of jail, Joe is more of the same.

Peabody
Peabody
1 month ago

Last Sunday the Left’s version of flying monkeys alighted on a high rent outpost of Portlandia (Lake Oswego) for the purpose of intimidating White people out for a stroll or enjoying a cup of coffee outdoors on that sunny Fall day. They insisted any unfortunate soul they encountered swear fealty to the Sainted Negro lest they be condemned as the ultimate evil in their miserable worldview – a racist. They insinuated they would hunt down one woman’s children at the (too White) local high school when her response was to silently record their histrionics. Anyone who doubts these lost creatures… Read more »

Sandmich
Reply to  Peabody
1 month ago

To frame it for readers, Whole Foods is, at best, considered mid-tier in Lake Oswego.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Sandmich
1 month ago

It’s known locally as “Lake NoNegro”. There’s no easy way to get there from places Dirt People can be found without a car, and that’s no accident. They have carefully avoided having any bridges built from the down rent SE side of the Willamette or even the hint of a dreaded light rail spur even though half their denizens no doubt work in those ugly downtown high rises where the legal and financial tribe members toil. It’s a 25 minute drive from the freeway or Downtown Portland on 2 lane roads in any direction. It is, of course, very “progressive”’… Read more »

Yak-15
Yak-15
1 month ago

The best phrase to describe the new left is “post-rational progressive.” It combines the reality that they are without reasonable logic with the understanding that they are a movement akin to religion. The part that worries me is that all religions tax society to some degree. Whether through direct methods like a tithe or expectations like the sacrifice of a goat before a feast even the sacrifice of time in spending your whole Sunday worshipping the lord. Our old religion was venerated despite the tithe, or one tenth of one’s income and an entire day spent in worship. Alone, that… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Yak-15
1 month ago

Get ready to have your pension, Social Security, and 401k seized by the Feds for,

“muh reparations !”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Well, you stole ’em in the first place, Whitey.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 month ago

When did you turn into a raging TDS filled lefty cunt? You use to be semi-rational. Oh well…

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

What pension, Social Security, and 401k? asks the millennial and the zoomer.

Reply to  Yak-15
1 month ago

We are in the midst of the Second Counter-Enlightenment. It began in the 60s and is now approaching its zenith–or nadir, as the case may be.

Beetle McTurk
Beetle McTurk
Reply to  Yak-15
29 days ago

A tithe is not a tax extracted through threat of external punishment, but an expression of obedience to God and morality that is entirely voluntary. Likewise, a day set aside in honor of one’s God was largely voluntary, except in rare and remote times and seasons when zealots exercised political control (e.g. the Puritans of 1600).On the other hand, who here would object to seeing the ducking stool come back into vogue?

The assertion you make here are not far removed from the wild-eyed frothings of the Nu-religion you ostensibly decry.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

I am getting up in years but have spent my life moving through various forms of Christianity, all the way from Catholicism to a form of Pentecostalism to a middle of the road protestant form of the faith.
I have made my peace now with the metaphysical, but I can say that my observations of the new morality of the left is every bit as oogly boogly and nutty as anything in the wacky side of Christianity that I have seen. Actually it’s worse.
Good essay.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 month ago

Your spiritual quest, if it can be called that, echos mine. In my life, I’ve either been raised in, two mainstream Christian traditions (Protestant and Roman Catholic) and have pieces of paper so attesting. I’ve read widely on religion and philosophy. Currently dabbling in Buddhism. I call myself an agnostic atheist; intellectual honesty leaning to the former, as I cannot prove a Deity’s existence or non-existence any more than the next man. Mr. Giddy, I may be making an assumption here, but I compliment you on having arrived at your belief(s), presumably, through experience and thought. Contrast this with how… Read more »

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Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

Science tells us they can describe events that followed one millionth of a second after the big bang. What happened one millionth of a second before the big bang? What ever it was, that meets my definition of a transcendental God. Other characteristics can be argued about but the first verse of John: “In the beginning was the Word and the was with God and the Word was God” With the understanding that Word was a translation of “Logos” – the idea of structure and order makes perfect sense. Mankind, and especially White men have been unpacking this ever since… Read more »

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

A personal side note to you, Ben-

You’ve travelled a lot in South America. I’d like to hear more of your observations. That story about the armed guard by the door was some dammed interesting stuff.

Come to think, I’d love anecdotes by all the travellers. Bring it, lads and ladies!

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Paintersforms
Paintersforms
1 month ago

Being that everything about this new religion seems to be an inversion and overturning, is it safe to assume the faithful are at least somewhat consciously evil, and they don’t speak of the central ‘evil’ because it’s good?

I remember watching friends convert back in college. They knew what they were doing and were ashamed, but for them, at least, it was a career move. Younger people brought up in it might not know better and need to be kept that way.

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Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 month ago

the thing is, which is always the case, lots of people will buy into the new religion, imagining that with their newly minted diploma and in the spirit of being born again they will climb to amazing new heights but find, in due time, that their magic carpet ride took them only to the other side of town where the C-students they tried to escape in high school instead took the land route and are moving into the house next door.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

[Stupid comment deleted]

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Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Most of them are doing very well, but their fortunes are tied to the empire. Didn’t seem a solid foundation to me, still doesn’t. Wouldn’t want to work for Evil, anyway, who cares what it pays or the status it confers.

Pursuvant
Pursuvant
1 month ago

If you believe you are a collection of thoughts, sensations, and perceptions your destiny is suffering.

If you recognize that what you are is that which is aware of thoughts, sensations, and perceptions, you can rest in that, as your spiritual self, acknowledging the Inexpressible Mystery as real and tangible.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Pursuvant
1 month ago

we are but branches on a very old and ancient tree

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Pursuvant
1 month ago

You sound like every introduction to Buddhism I’ve read. I’m now book smart” enough to say: Everyone by default does live a life of “suffering” (more accurate:” “dissastisfaction,” or “disappointed with things as they are.”) The inborn skeptic in me notes that Buddhism, like most (all?) religions and most advertising, must first find a chronic problem (perhaps inventing one if necessary) and then offer the magical solution to it! That’s one “attraction” of agnosticism/atheism/existentialism: these offer no mystical salvation. “This is the way the unvierse is, make the best of it.”

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

Zen Buddhism is not a “religion” but rather a practice based on certain Buddhist ideas, at least in its simplest form, which is purely personal. It has metaphysics, but once learned and experienced, no more needs be said about them. One reaches one’s angle of repose and goes on about one’s daily worldly business.

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  Pursuvant
1 month ago

Can we at least admit there’s a good case to be made for the soul not existing? Seems like one of those things that we think should exist, so we say that it does.

Pursuvant
Pursuvant
Reply to  Lanky
1 month ago

Thank you Lanky, this is not any religion, this is simply nature of mind. Are you thought, or are you that which is aware of thought? Ask yourself, and sit for a moment with that. You are like all 7 billion of us, that which is aware of thought. Is that which you are, that which is aware of your entire experience, physical or non-physical? Soul is a mystical word, but what it points to is right here in us every moment, intimate with all experience but not made of experience. You are that which is aware, and it is… Read more »

Apostate
Apostate
1 month ago

“Scapegoating” is the word for this (cf: Girard);

but you already know this.

George
George
1 month ago



jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  George
1 month ago

“One of the lessons of history is sometimes nothing is a very good thing to do, and always a clever thing to say”. Will Durant

TomA
TomA
1 month ago

I think the common denominator of Prog mysticism is a guilty conscious. They have an internal knowledge that parasitism is anti-human, but no will to resist the hunger. Trump in a lame duck term of office is more than just their worst nightmare, it’s an existential threat. What if the host rejects the parasite? Where will they go to feed? Will they starve? NO MORE GRAVY, THE HORROR!

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TammyFan
TammyFan
1 month ago

The traditional view of the 3 Synoptic Gospels: Matthew has traditionally been attributed to St. Matthew the Evangelist(also called Levi), one of the 12 Apostles, described in the text as a tax collector (10:3).The Gospel of Mark is attributed to St. Mark the Evangelist ( Acts 12:12; 15:37), an associate of St. Paul and a disciple of StPeter, whose teachings the Gospel may reflect. Luke was a faithful friend and travel companion of Paul, and it is often supposed that he wrote his Gospel under Paul’s direction. Luke and Paul knew some of the Apostles.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  TammyFan
1 month ago

Thanks. Paul blamed poor handwriting, and his sermon writers were his clerks, Simon and Lucius- who may have been Luke.

It was Paul who organized the early Church along hierarchical lines, similar to Roman military, wasn’t it?

(Side note: I see all the Bible as political literature. More, I see all religion as political in origin, with a bit of cosmological speculation and special promises to lend authority.)

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Lumpy
Lumpy
1 month ago

Well… speaking of the modern gospels” one is that these 2nd Amendment “boomers” are a joke. That their thoughts of standing up for the country, personally, using their large collections of arms is a pipe dream. Leftists love to diss them. So-called “right wingers” of the bowtie and non bowtie sects love to diss them. The prevailing and applicable scripture is that they will be ‘put down’ by the LEO community, lickety-split. Not to put too fine a point on it, but in history, police units have been some of the poorest performing in military settings. Continuing, from last night’s… Read more »

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Lumpy
1 month ago

A real life anecdote. I’m riding along one day in the big city and come across the following scene. Crippled deer in agony in the right-of-way blocking traffic (probably broken back from auto strike). Five of PD’s finest standing around it in a circle waiting for animal control. Three are significantly overweight, one a female about 5′ 2″ and I doubt could lift a sack of potatoes, two are ethnic minorities, and one is black. All are armed and could end the deer’s misery immediately, but are prohibited from doing so unless the deer attacks them first. Five officers/cruisers at… Read more »

Sandmich
Reply to  TomA
1 month ago

My wife had a neighbor who got a sharp knife and ended the misery of a horribly injured deer; he was of course, dragged before the local magistrate for this sin. Not sure how that ended though.

Lumpy
Lumpy
Reply to  TomA
1 month ago

Pretty much fits what I have seen in my travels. In the state of CT, they have a law that mandates that a LEO person must stand at every construction site on a public road. Great jobs program for LEO folks. Countless scenes of bored cops standing around doing nothing. Every day. And usually they are surrounded by 15 or more people “working” at the site, where invariably most of THEM are standing around doing nothing for long stretches. It’s heroic. Surely, the “faith” tells us that we need cower in fear with the thought of someday facing an adversary… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Lumpy
1 month ago

Not intending to be disrespectful of LEO’s, but the fact is they will not go against a potentially violent crowd unless they have overwhelming superiority (men and equipment) wrt the crowd. Add a few individuals hidden with rifles, and I guarantee you, nothing will happen. They simply are not trained for—and therefore unwilling—to engage hostile actors. Such encounters are for the military.

William Williams
William Williams
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

I up-voted you, BUT many police SWAT teams would be happy to take on small number of bad actors, even if they have already used full-auto weapons to kill or wound multiple victims. At least they are in the inter-mountain West. Regular cops – no; SWAT cops – yes.

Lumpy
Lumpy
Reply to  William Williams
1 month ago

I have a friend that is SWAT and will have to give you that. This person is cut from a different cloth than regular LEO types.

Lumpy
Lumpy
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

If they have no protocols for riot control, then it is hard to imagine why the NYPD needs 35,000+ LEOs, Philly 6,000+. I cannot find any excuses for why leaders and their enforcers in uniform cannot control what appears to me – and KNOWN to me as I have my ears to the tracks — are a bunch of young white women, soy men, and the inner city people they ‘activate’ for their endeavors. Our local police department is armed to the teeth. Armored cars, etc. The NYPD and their ilk are militarized. My point was about their MORALE. In… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Lumpy
1 month ago

I never said police in all situations couldn’t not, only that they are only willing to act in those situations where they can muster overwhelming force. SWAT is a smallish unit of most departments. Look at any of the recent riots, smallish in reality and you see little to no effort to control, only to contain rioters to certain areas. These areas then become a “free fire” zone where the rioters do as they will, while the police block side streets, stand back and watch. Once and awhile they’ll dash in and arrest some clown. But riot suppression is not… Read more »

Quintus
Quintus
1 month ago

The “great evil” for the Left are Whites and any faint manifestation of White culture (other than the material prosperity, of course, which the Left takes for granted). It seems that the Left has no qualms against speaking about this; particularly the brown and “chosen” Leftists. Certainly the hatred of Whites in the USA has reached the level of a religious hysteria, but the rootless foreign vermin ruling over us are quite open about this.

Hilltop
Hilltop
1 month ago

One of the underappreciated defects of a democratic open society is what you might call its cognitive exhaustion.

There are so many fictions and lies, and they change so quickly, that they just wear people down cognitively.

Hell in 1984, it’s implied that people were only changing the “we have always been at war with [X]” once every few years.

But now people are expected believe new lies and fabrications almost every day.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
1 month ago

At the end of the day the Left is about egalitarianism. They mostly don’t believe in an actual heaven and are desperately attempting to create heaven on earth. The reason those pickup driving rubes in fly-over-land are so hated is because they’re seen as a stumbling block to this unattainable ideal. To them, life doesn’t have to be messy. If it wasn’t for these Trumpians we would all be basking in free health care, a safe planet without weapons, etc. If only the leftist had enough unfettered political power, the earthly nirvana would be in place. What’s making them angrier… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

a vain hope that “the science” one day gives them a cure for death itself

This would seem to explain the transhumanist aspects of the Great Reset.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Biomedical stocks are on fire with these promises, it’s “the new internet!”

I agree with Wirth- they are consumed with the oldest, strongest urge: “See, I done told ya so!”

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William Williams
William Williams
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

I’m just hoping that Nancy Pelosi elects to have her newly-deceased head cut off and frozen. It would be great in a crab-trap!

Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

Who wouldn’t fight for that?”
More to the point, who wouldn’t fight to eliminate those who prevent “that”?

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
1 month ago

We are the product of our experiences. Thus, to the Left, if you remove all influences you can get to True Humanity. Which will be innately good. This goes back to at least Rousseau and his first public essay. So they want to raise genderless babies, they fear any “triggering” events, they encourage transgenderism, or at minimum they try to destroy any outward signs of femininity and on and on. They hate themselves and they can only see their life experiences as leading up to the twisted creature that is them. So they seek to destroy everything that made them… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Tykebomb
1 month ago

Yes, part of the nirvana is raising the kids in a bubble. These are the ones that have the little free book libraries on posts in front of their houses. I’ve been inserting copies of Mein Kampf into the little cabinets at 3am. You have to get your kicks somehow in this era.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

Yes, part of the nirvana is raising the kids in a bubble

The Left fights so hard for birth control and abortion because they want to separate icky reproduction from getting off.

Leftists are orgasm-worshipping novelty seekers that can’t be bothered to have healthy families and children.

They’re fine with half-jogger test tube babies assigned to parents by random lottery. It also facilitates all the grooming and pizza ops the Left can handle.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

We cite 1984, but we forget to mention Brave New World.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

LOL! Imagine if “It’s Okay To Be White” were a children’s book like (((“Heather Has Two Mommies”)))!

Nationalist Christian
Nationalist Christian
1 month ago

I have never heard of this “Q Document,” and I don’t see why it would be necessary. The Gospels were all written just a few decades after Jesus’ ascension, when there would’ve been plenty of eye witnesses still alive. Not to mention the fact that the authors were inspired by the Holy Spirit to write them.
Jesus fed 5000 families with just five loaves of bread and two fish. Thirty years later, the majority of those people would still be alive, and them and all their neighbors would all know whether or not such a thing had happened.

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  Nationalist Christian
1 month ago

Isn’t it a little bit more than “just a few”?

Nationalist Christian
Nationalist Christian
Reply to  Lanky
1 month ago

Nope. Gospel of Matthew was written around 66-70 AD, and Jesus ascended when He was in His thirties. That would put plenty of people mature enough to understand and recognize Jesus squarely in the middle age range when Matthew wrote his Gospel.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Nationalist Christian
1 month ago

Allegory. That’s a parable about how the Word is spread.

Mercy doesn’t need magic. It has a magic all its own. Christ’s words are not made invalid by his humanity.

Are some saying if his body were not a demi-god, he would be wrong, his words false?

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Sidvic
Sidvic
Member
1 month ago

I have always operated under the assumption that the times operate like a pendulum. Perhaps the south of the 50s, where blacks couldn’t eat at the lunch counter, had swung a little far. Today, where it is taboo for whites to advocate for their own interests, that it has swung too far in the other direction. That the corrective is to simply to break the taboo on whites advocating for their interests. Provide some push back for the over reach of the present age. Right the wobbling vase. Post like this and, other recent readings, make me understand that we… Read more »

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Moss
Member
Reply to  Sidvic
1 month ago

Perhaps the south of the 50s, where blacks couldn’t eat at the lunch counter, had swung a little far.

Or, you could look at the lunch counter separation as a balance. The South was far from perfect but we did achieve a peace of sorts mid-century, regarding race separation.
Southern blacks were not prevented from all lunch counters, only White ones. They had an entire society of their own that they engaged in. And by many accounts, they flourished until Libs (a la Democrats) got into the Race business.

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  Moss
1 month ago

I suspect keeping blacks from white lunch counters contributed to the success of black lunch counters. Once blacks could sit at white lunch counters the black lunch counter owners were at a hopeless disadvantage, much in the way that Korean beauty suppliers have crowded out their black competitors.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Sidvic
1 month ago

“That the corrective is to simply to break the taboo on whites advocating for their interests.”

Not a lot of work at all- that right there will do nicely.

Whites Have Rights Too

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tonaludatus
tonaludatus
1 month ago

Dear Zman, you wrote “No one ever said, but what we can infer is that the plot was designed to prevent the Left from getting something important.”; would you please elaborate what you meant by this?

DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
1 month ago

This is all part of the Long March which started, as some will tell you, with the Constitutional Convention and the machinations of Hamilton engineer a strong central government. The American Lenin(Lincoln) just added the icing to the cake.
Whether or not the Golden Golem pulls it off, things will continue to unravel, especially in the Blue Hives(witness Philly over the last few days). We won’t have time for Internet Salons extolling free-market platitudes and BOR worship. We will be fighting for our lives against ANTIFA and other (((forces of darkness))). Bleib ubrig.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
1 month ago

Bleib ubrig!

Please, for Gosh sakes, by all that is holy, please please please explain briefly what the heck “Bleib ubrig” is.

I can’t find it anywhere, not even at the WRSA nation.

DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
DWEEZIL THE WEASEL
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 month ago

Mr. Alzaebo: The German phrase, “bleib ubrig” is from the great non-fiction work by Cornelius Ryan: THE LAST BATTLE. As the Russian hordes approached, Berlin, Berliners knew what was in store for them. When they would meet and talk on the street, they would part with the phrase: “bleib ubrig.” It literally means: “stay whole” or “remain together”. The idiomatic and best translation would be: “Survive!” Debate is a luxury we no longer have time fore. It is all about survival. You cannot reason with these armies of darkness which are ready to destroy what is left. Remember the observation… Read more »

Wm Jas
1 month ago

Actually, Q consists of material found in Matthew and Luke but NOT Mark. The theory is that the authors of Matthew and Luke drew on both Mark and this hypothetical Q document.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Wm Jas
1 month ago

Thanks

sentry
sentry
1 month ago

Every nonbeliever has his own theory. Some think christianity is a myth, some think It’s astro theology, some think It’s jewish conspiracy, some think It’s roman conspiracy. Some nonbelievers think Jesus never existed, but believe apostles existed, others think apostles did not exist either etc. Also, many efforts have been been made by nonbelievers to find Jesus grave, they really wanna disprove His resurrection, but they can’t, so they try their best to come up with New dumb theories to torment christians. If they had any proof they wouldn’t speculate so much, point is if israelites/atheists do not have any… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  sentry
1 month ago

Haha! Oh my gosh, how I used to absolutely scream at you people!
My gods, you rubbed me completely the wrong way.

Then I thought, wait a minute, why am I reacting like this? And began thinking, for some years, about the roles of language and emotion.

Jim Wetzel
1 month ago

We know the Gospel writers were not firsthand witnesses.

Really? Matthew the tax-gatherer wasn’t there for at least a lot of it? John, the “beloved disciple?”

I’ll give you Luke and Mark, who likely got what they wrote from Peter and Paul.

trackback
1 month ago

[…] ZMan does some anthropology. […]

Tom K
Tom K
1 month ago

A similar sort of detective work can be used in this age to try and understand the beliefs of our ruling class. At first blush, the things they say and do run counter to the normal explanations for political behavior. Often, what they say runs counter to their own interests, suggesting some unknown motivation. Of course, many of the popular fads with the great and good are best described as superstitions. They have no justification other than a primitive fear of the unknown. You cannot understand the beliefs of the ruling elite without understanding the role of both organized and… Read more »

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Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Tom K
1 month ago

If one assumes that the ruling class wants the rest of us at each other’s throats, it all starts to make sense. I suspect the underlying notion is to encourage the rest of us to aggressively thin the human herd, by our own hands. Then they can more easily implement their “building better” (applied totalitarianism laced with eugenics) off of the few struggling survivors that are left.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

It’s all just so mysterious…

Seasonal Flu Rates Plunge, Baffling ‘Experts’ Who Predicted Deadly ‘Superbug’

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/seasonal-flu-rates-plunge-baffling-experts-who-predicted-deadly-superbug

….so mysterious….

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Wow, those masks and distancing and lockdowns are really working!

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 month ago

“muh hand-washing!”

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

This Russia Today author offers his explanation.
://www.rt.com/op-ed/504625-covid19-flu-disappeared-replaced/

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
1 month ago

The third listed possibility…that masks eliminated the flu…is what we heard in this State a few weeks ago. Head doctors said we might *keep* mask mandates as they probably are good for the flu as well. In short, we are being prepared for a permanent clownworld.

James O'Meara
James O'Meara
1 month ago

“Interestingly, this new oogily-boogily is mystical in an oriental way. The great evil at the center of it is never spoken of directly. It’s as if it is taboo to mention it. Instead, they focus on the manifestations of this evil. What gives the dark forces such power is they cannot be quantified with language.” Perhaps “oriental” but really, just plain old Judaic. The Jewish god forbids graven images and even his name is forbidden, leaving only the consonants JHVH but pronounced Adonai (My Lord; hence THE LORD in most translations, as well as the ignorant “Jehovah” which combines the… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
1 month ago

I can’t argue that the Left and establishment (same thing) have grown nuttier and cultier every moment. Look back at say, mid 1990’s comic strip Doonesbury. Making fun of nutty actresses in cults was a staple of the jokes there. Or look at a 1995 Wall Street Journal edition — most of the writers were men and and things were less insane. But I think much of the explanation of the Left’s insanity and cult like behavior is that they are mostly women. Look at the FT paper. Today’s edition has aging lesbian Patti Waldemeir discussing how much she enjoys… Read more »

Diversity Heretic
Member
1 month ago

The media and government here in France are just as bat-shit insane about COVID-19 than are authorities in the United States (they may impose a second “confinement” to destroy what’s left of the French tourism economy). And given the level of coverage that the French government media is giving to the U.S. election (a major story a night!) I wonder if they are also somehow dedicated to the defeat of Donald Trump.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
1 month ago

To what extent is that France acting on its own versus what Brussels demands of the French elites? Is there really a difference anymore?

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Your point is a good one, but I personally don’t see the hand of Brussels in the curfew, mask wearing and probable second confinement. Sweden did pretty well with far fewer restrictions. This seems to be a home-grown hysteria.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Reply to  Diversity Heretic
1 month ago

France has long been the most progressive country in Europe, at least in terms of its cosmopolitan worldview, so it makes sense the mind virus is strong there. Scandinavian countries bought into it because they were smart, and there is a strong correlation between higher IQ and progressivism, as most of us know. France is progressive because their genome has collapsed and they’ve become a nation of weak degenerate hedonists. Even before the hordes of third worlders, France was like the NYC for intra-Euro migration. The non native surname diversity has been staggering, for 50 plus years.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer

Just trying to understand, why is the image of Von Stroheim, every lefty’s nightmare? Are you saying Lefty’s are all anti-Dentite’s? Von Stroheim is clearly a Dentite to all but Helen Keller.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
1 month ago

You know what this means? More flyers touting the Ooogly Boogily and Proud Boys in libtard neighborhoods. Then to make things spicier maybe a few extolling the virtues of being white.
Maybe mail some Hawaiian shirts to local libtard factorums,with a simple note that says “It’s coming”.
Make up a Proud Boys recruiting flyer featuring a photo of Erich Von Stroheim. The photos of this man are every Lefty nightmare.
It’s times like these makes me wish I was living near Malibu or Berkeley instead of a desert community.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Reply to  Rwc1963
1 month ago

Just trying to understand, why is the image of Von Stroheim, every lefty’s nightmare? Are you saying Lefty’s are all anti-Dentite’s? Von Stroheim is clearly a Dentite to all but Helen Keller.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Reply to  Rwc1963
1 month ago

Just trying to understand, why is the image of Von Stroheim, every lefty’s nightmare? Are you saying Lefty’s are all anti-Dentite’s? Von Stroheim is clearly a Dentite to all but Helen Keller.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer

Just trying to understand, why is the image of Von Stroheim, every lefty’s nightmare? Are you saying Lefty’s are all anti-Dentite’s? Von Stroheim is clearly a Dentite to all but Helen Keller.

Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer
Alfred Doolittle Leftist Whisperer

Just trying to understand, why is the image of Von Stroheim, every lefty’s nightmare? Are you saying Lefty’s are all anti-Dentite’s? Von Stroheim is clearly a Dentite to all but Helen Keller.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
1 month ago

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Christopher Chantrill
Christopher Chantrill
1 month ago

I refer you to Mircea Eliade’s Myth of the Eternal Return:

The primitive… cannot conceive of an unprovoked suffering; it arises from a personal fault… or from his neighbor’s malevolence… but there is always a fault at the bottom of it[.]

I say that the left is a Great Reaction, a lurch back to the primitive.
People do this when things are going wrong. They reset back to the beliefs that worked. In the old days.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Christopher Chantrill
1 month ago

I have to wonder to what extent the good whites’ embrace of the African has metamorphosed them into the African

I see it as a form of Godly punishment

Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Oh, there’s no doubt in my mind that America has been Africanized. And this is but one demarche in dismantling civilization and replacing it with egalitarian savagery. They imagine, anyway, it will be egalitarian.

Reply to  Christopher Chantrill
1 month ago

Leftist primitivity is a reaction against the Enlightenment. The Leftists seek to take us back to pre-rational times, before even, the existence of civilization. In such an environment, they fancy, the Other was not exteriorized or oppressed. The human race was one primordial stew. Yes, the Leftist actually sees this as some sort of progress.

dad29
1 month ago

*Cough* Both Matthew and John were apostles–DIRECT eye-witnesses to most of Christ’s activities here on earth. IIRC, Mark’s Gospel is a transcript of Peter’s tale.

George
George
1 month ago

Matthew and John were Christ’s Apostles. So they did not write from hearsay.

Vegetius
Vegetius
1 month ago

By skillful manipulation of their most primal emotions, QAnon has brought tens of thousands of childbearing white women to within a degree or two of separation from Mike Enoch with regard to the usual suspects.

My Comment
Member
1 month ago

We are being controlled by a very feminine energy with all of its love of drama, hysteria and safety. It is very easy to manipulate.

I increasingly find men on the left to behave like hysterical teenage girls.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  My Comment
1 month ago

I agree. I was struck by how Peter Strzok the FBI’s head of Counter Terrorism and one of the prime movers in the Coup to remove Trump, sent 20,000 texts in three months to the FBI lawyer he was banging- that’s real teenage girl stuff.
On the plus side, he was far too busy to do his real job of manufacturing exploding mohameds so there was none of that nonsense during the past four years

Last edited 1 month ago by bilejones
ccoffer
ccoffer
1 month ago

For the record; We aren’t a “fan club for Gavin McInnes”. We’re simply men who get together and enjoy one another. The Boogaloo Boys is a stupid joke we made up before we were all kicked off Facebook.

CanadianBleak
CanadianBleak
Reply to  ccoffer
1 month ago

Gavin McInnes. You lost already.