PostHeaderIcon Molyneux on Dallas

Stefan Molyneux dares to speak the whole truth about what led to the Dallas atrocity:

 

…and does it brilliantly. Straight talk just doesn’t get any better than this! His wisdom to not only blame the divisiveness of the race baiting Progressives, but to indict government itself for most of our society’s ills, is particularly refreshing. Bravo! ◄Dave►

16 Responses to “Molyneux on Dallas”

  • Troy Robinson says:

    The truth shall set you free — but only if you know it.

    I know of NO problem in the history of mankind that was ever solved without first being acknowledged. This is true of race relations, it is true of Islamic terrorism, it is true of Clinton criminality, it is true across the board.

    I once harbored the foolish notion that we might occasionally expose a glimmer of truth via this blog. Alas, truth is only available to those who are looking for it and who will embrace it even if it does not fit their preconceived notions.

    The Obamanation may yet get his martial law. Lord knows he is stirring every pot he can toward that end.

    Goodbye America.

    Troy

  • Chris says:

    Those that would benefit most from hearing this never will. If they do it will fall on deaf ears as another white racist talking BS and blaming the oppressed for the oppression.

    If you wonder how the people in the middle east can be in constant conflict wonder no more. The same tactics are being employed on us. The screws are tightening. The “community organizer”/antagonist thug/Alinskey Marxist and his puppet masters and minions are pushing hard. Either a leg up for his successor or scorched earth if that successor doesn’t want to play the same game.

    Sadly the people who will suffer most are those that think they are being helped. Dallas was a declaration of war. There will be repercussions if only in the manner the vast majority of law abiding minority citizens receive police services. It wouldn’t be hard to take the position that if they hate me screw them.

    Oddly enough as I write this I’m watching the local news. BLM is protesting now in my home town.

  • These BLM fools have no clue what they are doing to all blacks nor do they care.

    I happened to be watching Megyn when this broke. Then after things started to settle down the police lined up in front of a 7 – 11 I think it was. There was a congregation of blacks in front of them. I was dumbstruck that some of these fools looked like chimpanzees leaping around.

    I sat there thinking the great apes are smarter than this group of twits.

    • ◄Dave► says:

      Yeah, I was watching that too, CT. I’ll never comprehend ghetto culture. If I were angry enough to want police to be assassinated, I can’t imagine childishly celebrating it. They live in a different world than we do. Thank goodness for that… 🙁 ◄Dave►

      • I have often wondered instead of reparations this class of black should be rounded up, stripped of their citizenship and shipped back to Africa.

        Leave the Dr. Ben Carson, Alan West etc. class as they are an asset. Do you suppose the IQ bell curve would go up for those left? … lol
        😉

        • ◄Dave► says:

          Yes, the bell curve would change dramatically; but these fools have as much right to live in America as I do, because they were born here. Of course, we owe them no ‘reparations,’ since we should not accept any responsibility whatsoever, for what any of our ancestors might have done to theirs a dozen generations ago. All they deserve is a level playing field, which I believe now exists, if they would just shuck their victim mentality, and get out there competing on it. One need not be the brightest bulb on the string, to achieve success in America; but one does have to actually work for it. ◄Dave►

  • Chris says:

    For your consideration. A three part essay. The final part was written over four years ago. It left me wishing for a part four as her assertions unfold today. http://baldilocks-talking.typepad.com/baldilocks/2010/07/the-herding-part-one.html

    • Chris says:

      If you want the short read skip to part three but when your done you will most likely want to check out part one and two anyway. 🙂

      • ◄Dave► says:

        I never mind a long read. I have already read all three parts, watched the linked videos, and followed several links. She linked to several things I had already read, like Shelby Steel’s “White Guilt” and Bill Whittle’s “Tribes.” Good stuff… thanks for sharing, Chris. A lot to ponder here, and yes, I would love to see her take on the current situation. Since she was predicting a race war a few years ago, she is likely thinking it was about time.

        I found the most profound item to be her quote of Lee Harris:

        Throughout most of human history, men have not behaved like rational actors but like tribal actors; and in many cultures of the world today, they continue to behave that way. They have no choice. When everyone around you is a member of a tribe, you must either belong to a tribe or be an outcast. Whereas the rational actor asks himself, “What is best for me,” the tribal actor must ask himself,” What is best for us?”

        So, that is my problem… I insist on being rational, and prefer being a hermit to joining any irrational tribes of sheeple. I have downloaded a Kindle sample of his book, “The Suicide of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat to the West,” to see if it is worth investing $12 to read it. I get a little twitchy when asked to pay more than $10 for a several-years-old e-book. 🙂 ◄Dave►

        • Chris says:

          What I find as a problem is the concept of “what’s good for me” and “what’s good for the tribe” as being mutually exclusive. If “what’s good for me” is framed in the context of without harming another it becomes “what’s good for the tribe”. I’m hard pressed to think of a situation where that wouldn’t hold true. A tribe being no stronger than the cumulative of it’s individuals. Maybe just semantics but when the natives are restless the power of the individual always goes tribal.

          • ◄Dave► says:

            You may think what is good for you is also what is good for the tribe; but that doesn’t mean the tribe’s shamans will agree with you. Try deciding that you don’t agree with their notion of how best to worship their preferred deity, or pay proper homage to the exalted tribal leaders, and see how soon you will be ostracized. In some communities, one could suffer real grief for just rooting for the wrong sports team. 😯 ◄Dave►

        • Chris says:

          My postulation is indeed idealized. Most of the time far from routine facts on the ground. Your analogy removes the shaman from the position of doing no harm to another. Of course that is much more the rule than the norm.

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