Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Where do Leftist ideas come from?

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Harvard maybe, or the New York Times, or NGOs or what?

No, No, No - None of the above. 

Un-ask the question - it is badly formed.

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There are no Leftist 'ideas' - there are only oppositional slogans - slogans in opposition to Christianity, tradition, decency, patriotism, natives, men... stuff like that.

They are not ideas, because there is no requirement for cohesion or internal consistency or consistency between the ideas or anything of that sort.

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Leftist 'ideas' are not ideas: they are just slogans, sound-bites, notions, propaganda images - that's all they are.

These are so easy and obvious to manufacture (anyone can do it by simply asking Why? over-and-over again, or playing-the-opposites-game of negating every statement - for goodness sake four year olds do this all the time!) that it is deeply misleading to try and locate their origin.

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3 comments:

  1. There are no Leftist 'ideas' - there are only oppositional slogans - slogans in opposition to Christianity, tradition, decency, patriotism, natives, men... stuff like that.

    I had actually been thinking something similar recently. Really, it makes sense if you think about it: things are always going to be changing, in flux, due to social, societal, human entropy; and if things begin in a state of Goodness, then of course these changes are going to occur in a Bad-wards direction, no matter *which* direction that is. Change from Good in any direction is going to be Bad.

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  2. Haha. Doltish minds think alike.
    It is necessary to be a dolt in order to understand one.
    No wonder we all had such a time with it.

    The only reference point a leftist has is 'Me".
    Once that is clear, so is everything else.

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  3. Contradiction: the Pythons beat you to it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQFKtI6gn9Y

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