The Brutality of Reason Example

By Ironcross One-One

Slicing and dicing things into pieces small enough
to be fed to Liberals, Kooks and Anti-Americans.
When feeding Kooks and Anti-Americans
I suggest a potato gun.

If you are the emotional liberal type, this mindspace will make you uncomfortable. If you think my logic or facts are faulty, lets discuss it. When your findings disagree with my findings, that is dialogue. But using rhetoric to disagree with science is demogoguery. No demogoguery! I usually refrain from insults, but occasionally, ignorance and liberal hypocrisy bring out the worst in me.

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Saturday, January 01, 2005

Why Liberalism, Communism, Socialism and Fascism Keep Losing

The three political "isms" that created the most ruckus in the 20th century were Communism, Socialism and Fascism. These "three riders of the apocalypse" are cut of the same cloth. They (a) subjugate the needs of individual to the needs of a collective entity, state or nation, (2) do not allow a plurality of political parties, and (c)* control the press as an extension of the ruling class. These "isms" cannot exist where people are able to choose how to prioritize their lives. They never hold power when people are allowed to choose an alternative, and they cannot withstand the free exchange of information.

American Liberalism (first cousin on socialism's side of the family) seeks to force those who "produce", to support those who don't. It is an indirect form of these "isms". By catalyzing the empathy of the weak minded into power at the ballot box, the parasite class seeks to exercise collective power over the property and treasure of those who create/earn it. American Liberalism was succesful while it was being bankrolled and supported by the Soviet Union (This is a well documented fact, see the Venona Papers) and propped up by the idealogically aligned Mainstream Media (With such stars as Walter Duranty).

Those days of information control are gone my friends. Not everything on the internet is true, but the point of the internet is not to deliver a version of the truth, but to let people sift through the universe of available ideas and find the truth. The truth is out there, you just have to find it. Some people wouldn't recognize the truth, even if it came with notarized affadavits from Jesus, Ghandi, Buddha, Mohammed, Martin Luther King, Albert Einstein and Susan Sonntag.

It is the free exchange of information that hogtied and delivered John Kerry and Tom Daschle for branding. (this picture cracks me up)

The "isms" desire to force people to shelve personal interest and act upon an imposed objective. People will not stand long for that. People don't mind shelving their personal interest as long as they get to choose when and how and for what. There are patterns of altuistic behavior in virtually every society. Americans are both materialistic and generous at the same time. We produce on a scale that dwarfs all comparisons, but we are generous in our trade agreements and allow our trade deficit to distribute wealth all over the world.

Liberalism, Communism, Socialism and Fascism keep losing because they are based on supressing the human desire to create, achieve and control ones own time, treasure and destiny. Thinking, creative, actualizing people don't want some thug (elected or not) telling them how to spend their time and treasure. Adolf Hitler and V.I. Lenin are dead. Saddam Hussein is in jail. China is slowly and carefully converting to a market economy. And information is unshackled. Dan Rather, Peter Jennings and Wanter to obscurity - your 15 minutes is up.

*(a), (2) and (c) ....Get it? If you don't, go watch National Lampoon's Vacation


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