PostHeaderIcon The Big Lie

What would happen if all the useful idiot SJW sheeple, rioting across America under the banner of “Antifa,” watched this while actually sober?

 

 

These college indoctrinated fools couldn’t have read Jonah Goldberg’s ten-year-old book “Liberal Fascism,” which explained this subject well. Better yet was John Taylor Gatto’s earlier book “The Underground History of American Education: A Schoolteacher’s Intimate Investigation Into the Problem of Modern Schooling,” which not only covered extensively the subject of the collectivist nature of fascism; but explained how we have all been deliberately dumbed down by the Progressives (link points to free PDF of this remarkable tome – probably the most important book I have ever read!).

Alas, red pills are generally unappetizing for anyone under 30 or even 40, so they are unlikely to read  Dinesh D’Souza’s “The Big Lie” either. I suppose I should; but I already know the subject all too well, and am of the ineluctable opinion that it is far too late to do anything about it. ◄Dave►

6 Responses to “The Big Lie”

  • Chris says:

    The past couple weeks have turned my amusement to disgust. The past three days have actually caused me to be offended. Imagine that. Of course what offends me is the way ALL media including Fox gets paid large amounts of money to insult my intelligence. These supposed highly educated idiots seem to be completely unable to understand simple English and that’s only for a start. It may just actually be over. I know it’s too late but I didn’t expect to see it in living color.

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    • ◄Dave► says:

      At this rate, you are going to become as jaded as I am, Chris. I only even turn my TV on once a week or so. I really don’t miss it. I don’t have time to read all the internet articles, or watch all they YouTube videos, I want to anyway. Fox has done me a favor to become unwatchable. 😉 ◄Dave►

  • jim says:

    Until a few months ago, I could not easily challenge the standard view that what was called “Fascism” was actually on the political ‘right’. As a lifetime Libertarian, however, I have very long been aware of the Nolan Chart and the World’s Smallest Political quiz. I knew that the very concept of “left” and “right” is highly inadequate and misleading.
    However, a few months ago, I read the Wikipedia article on Benito Mussolini, the Italian founder of “Fascism”. I discovered that Mussolini before WWI was actually an Italian Socialist, who split with other Socialists on the subject of Italy’s entry into that war.
    Mussolini remained a Socialist. It was a schism, in a sense like Protestantism’s split from the Catholic church, like Shiite’s split from Sunni Islam, and the Chinese split from Russian Communism. Put simply, Socialism had its own schism, and somehow somebody declared that “Fascism” was “right”, and “Socialism” was “left”.
    Socialism seems to always involve large government and control of industry and people. Fascism involves large government and control of industry and people.
    Aha! Figures! No, “Fascism” isn’t “right” at all. Why should it be?

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    • ◄Dave► says:

      Welcome back, Jim. Are we any closer to being ready for Assignation Politics yet? 😀

      As I have noted, I agree with Reagan that

      “…there is no such thing as a left or right. There is only an up or down–up to a man’s age-old dream, the ultimate in individual freedom consistent with law and order–or down to the ant heap totalitarianism…”

      As my circle chart indicates, the traditional Left & Right spectrum folds back on itself, meeting at tyranny, with no obvious place along it for anarchy. Personally, I have no interest in picking either side of a schism. I am a militant moderate individualist at top-dead-center of it.

      I suspect you would enjoy Gatto’s book linked above, Jim. Please do come back. 😉 ◄Dave►

      • jim says:

        I recall reading, years ago, that the origin of the “left/right” spectrum name came from the French legislature over 200 years ago. https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/26029/what-is-the-origin-for-left-being-used-to-indicate-socialist-liberals-and-right
        The concept stuck, although it isn’t always clear how that idea should be applied to dozens of foreign societies. Why, for example, is the American Left so enamored of Muslims, despite the fact that Muslims are among the most hopelessly “conservative” people on the planet. “Honor killings”, killing apostates (people who renounce Islam), killing homosexuals, etc. Google-search the ‘Pew Muslim Poll’, from 2013, and be ready for a shock, especially the results for majority-Muslim countries.
        Similarly, while Russian’s Communists were grouped in “the left”, it always appeared to me that they were about as “conservative” as they could be, short of being Tsarist.

        I’ve always liked the Nolan Chart. Technically, I recognize that if you classify people with a test (“World’s Smallest Political Quiz”) that has ten questions, the results are most precisely portrayed in a ten-dimensional matrix. But it’s very difficult for creatures who live in a 3-dimensional world (at least, apparently) to visualize ten dimensions. But I’ve occasionally mused that if a Statistician with time on his hands and thousands of full test results (WSPQ) plotted them on that 10-dimensional matrix, we might learn something more about people.

        I’d use this site more if I knew how to turn on general notifications. I occasionally (rarely?) get an email. Is that just me?

  • ◄Dave► says:

    “…red pills are generally unappetizing for anyone under 30 or even 40…”

    I am glad I said “generally.” There are always exceptions and these remarkable kids are most encouraging:

    Red Pill Roundtable Ep. 1

    The audio is a bit sloppy, but their rather serviceable young minds are certainly not! 😀 ◄Dave►

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