Movements will be stopped, and the people will be ‘moderated’

There will be no stopping the final years of the globalization/capitalism juggernaut that is currently in motion rendering a majority of the world’s population while a small tribal elite continue to become richer. People are generally too stupid, too prone to propaganda, and the machine is too well entrenched for any realistic chance of ‘change’ to occur, by far one of the biggest ways this occurs is through co-option of movements, rendering them null from within, further amplified by a endless praise of a Hegelian dialectic as some sort of truth.

What I want to briefly sketch out today is the multipronged attack the people are neutered and the profit-machine will continue to roll with the rich getting richer until its inevitable crash when oil runs out.

Income Inequality

Income inequality is by far one of the biggest problems that exist today, the sheer scale of the inequality is nearly incomprehensible, I will be taking on both US parties in this, and this is one of the largest failings of the Republican party, the justification of said inequality. Let me state it bluntly, I do not believe people are equal, and until we start a eugenics or genetic engineering program, we will not be. However, I also realized that most people are within 3 standard deviations of each other. The military has a good Socialist pay scale where there is only a 10x factor of pay from the highest general to the lowest private. Much different than the lauded ‘free market’ that has produced insane outcomes of many full time workers making less than 20k a year, while CEOs pull in millions or billions, suggesting – absurdly I might add- that one CEO is worth 50,000 to 1 million peons. Put in a different way, this inequality suggest that say an average person can benchpress 70 pounds, said CEO is so strong, he is benching 350,000 pounds, because that’s how much more of a person he is – quite ludicrous.

Walmart truth

My point here is not to harp on the income equality, a cursory search online can find you tons of info, but watch what happens to movements that challenge the status quo. First look at the Tea Party, I didn’t agree with their stances as its far to Libertarian for my tastes, but their ranks swelled with people angry and wanting change. Their height was arguably somewhere around 2010, but as usual protocols, they were infiltrated, marginalized, and effectively removed as a threat. What was a threat to the power, has been reduced to a laughing stock. Consider ‘Occupy Wallstreet’ I have never seen a populist movement gain so fast, and then be taken down to fast. They cut to a true heart of major issues: income inequality. Notice how fast the machine was put into motion such as Fox news denouncing them as ‘spoiled privileged hypocrites’ etc.

The culutural Marxism set upon our society by the Tribes is most notable by the stupidity of the Hegelian Dieletic that poisons our discourse. Few know what this even is, essentialy Hegel was a german who Marx, a Jew, took from extensively in the creation of Marxism. The idea is that if you take Issue A, and Issue B, the ‘TRUTH’ is a synthesis of the two of them. Profoundly stupid, but I will demonstrate how this Marxism effects us today.

First think of conventional politics in the US, using a deeply flawed ‘left/right’ scale, the more on the dge you get, the more ‘extreme’/fanatical you are. Being called a ‘Moderate’ is some sort of badge of honor, as if in…hmm exactly like Hegel’s words…the truth is in the middle. The idea that the more to the left or right you get the more ‘wrong’ you get, and the more middle you are the more ‘correct’ you are. Of course nothing is further from the truth. In the middle you have completely swallowed the propaganda, you are watching CNN/FOX, you believe Obama and Bush are different etc etc.   Frankly, it’d be better if you were extreme but wrong, such as thinking ‘Nazi’s rule the white house’.

But there is an important subtly here, and I want to end on that. I have established that the moneyed elite prefer a ‘moderate’ who has synthesized both sides, who perhaps is ‘against abortion except in rape and incest’…who gives a flying fuck about abortion when we are in the final years of both our empire, and the global economy!?   I have stated this before on https://eruditeknight.wordpress.com/category/cultural-marxism/  that ‘both sides’ have truth…but it is unadulterated truth! You do not need to water that shit down, its when you ‘moderate’ these beliefs they are wrong. The key is that you have to PICK AND CHOOSE from each side, each ‘issue’ is separate, just because I think the citizenry should be armed does not mean I love churches, far from it. Just because income gap and the environmental degradation are real issues doesn’t mean I have faggot love or at all support feminists. You need to be extreme, and you need to be proud and stand by your convictions. Because that is exactly what they don’t want you to do, they want to shove you into a nice little moderate sheeple box that is easy to manipulate so that ‘terrorism’ suddenly justifies a militant police force, or that ‘economic gain’ somehow justifies the complete obliteration of protectionism of our own goods etc.

So come to you own conclusions, the more extreme the better, because you will go searching, and that’s exactly what they don’t want you to do.

 

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38 thoughts on “Movements will be stopped, and the people will be ‘moderated’

  1. Pingback: Movements will be stopped, and the people will be ‘moderated’ | Manosphere.com

  2. In the food chain, small fish are eaten by larger fish. How would you stop the corporate ‘arms race’ leading to ‘gigantomania’? Only by letting ‘too big to fail’ to actually fail, I think.

    • Think: is ‘upward mobility’ possible at all without ‘downward mobility’? You might ‘stretch’ the scale (by growing inequality), but what about reordering? That’s right, more inequality leads to less mobility. For elites lesser mobility (a plus for them, for obvious reasons) outweighs greater inequality.

  3. I think that wealth inequality is a greater problem than income inequality. At least than its ‘active income’ part. It’s about snowballing of passive income into wealth inequality.

  4. @E.K apologies for not replying to your comment over on my blog, apart from checking my spam folder for accident comments, I havent had a chance to read all the comments

    I got carried away looking for property over the summer & ended up holidaying instead of looking for property … lol

    This is why I havent launched the blog yet, I really need to reserve a few weeks & get the site launched

    Hows the online stuff? Hope your raking it in & dont have to assault those innocent trees … lol

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