How we seem to the other side

You might like to take a look at this:

The coronavirus-era phenomenon of weekly public applause for medical workers has taken a less positive turn, as opponents of Britain’s Conservative government have called on followers to indulge in a public shaming ceremony.

Plans to give opponents of the government a chance to vent their frustration in a united public show of “hate” — an emotion invoked by many in their writings about the plan online — has metastasised on social media.

I’m sure you’ve spotted the Palpatine tactics – rather than get even or stopping the bstds, there are those happy to just urge ‘hate’ because hatred controls and control can be passed into another’s hands.

It’s a fine line, easily crossed.  There’s one mindset which looks past the behaviour and hates the person behind the shell which has fallen prey to Wokeness, while the aim really should be, instead, to detest the cult, the mindset, the behaviour itself – to fight that.

Fine line, yes, and when it’s crossed, then we get Northern Ireland and the Troubles, Sunni and Shia, Catholic and non-Catholic.

There’s the opposite mindset which says all people are redeemable – and that can be just as bad.

Scripturally they might be, but because such persons are deep within a cult – Woke, Islam, whatever – it is virtually impossible to get them out of it, as Soviet dissident Yuri Bezmenov pointed out in the 80s:

What it basically means is: to change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interest of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country.

They are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern [alluding to Pavlov]. You can not change their mind even if you expose them to authentic information. Even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still can not change the basic perception and the logic of behavior.

He adds that these people are ‘contaminated‘, an interesting analogy in the context of today’s Cv ‘crisis’.

And this illustrates wht happens when it’s not nipped in the bud:

Some 25 mosques in London and dozens more throughout the country began to use public address systems to connect with Muslims last month as they were unable to attend religious services during the coronavirus crisis.

There is no way back for those falling prey to death and rape cults without some sort of third party intervention, even if that intervention means just stopping them pursuing their madness.

But in the very act of doing that, we are assuming we have the right to, that we are right, correct and we all take increasingly draconian steps to stop the other. Kissinger used this in Rwanda, having the Hutu and Tutsi at each other’s throats again shortly after his departure. He did similar in Vietnam.

The answer is a mild uni-culture of respect where the precepts are benign, urging faith, hope and charity, not slaughtering the infidel but is this not a mire in itself?

Yet we did have such a thing, a way of thinking, a code of living, the rule of law, even if that law had judges in it who were asinine. Spinoffs in literature would include Kipling’s ‘If’.

Where it goes wrong is when the fanatics get hold of it, twist it and enforce the twisted version, not unlike Brexit twisted into WA2, also where entirely the wrong people plunder their way to the top.
I’d agree that all cultures are tyrannical in that they expect those born into it to largely follow its precepts. Some cultures are even tolerant of dissent, eccentricity – ours here is losing that facility rapidly, may even have lost it and all there is left is Rwanda-style mutual hostility.

There are most definitely Palpatines behind the scenes pumping the effluent into the young worldwide – pundits have identified the UN, Them, the global elite, Christians would lay it at the door of an otherworldly entity.

Point is that this lot do exist and they are controlling thought.  Perfect example is a man without an ideology – Boris and Call Me Dave perhaps – who go to places such as Chatham House [Tavistock] or Dominic Cummings for their ideology.  They can’t think for themselves.

And behind Them is a deep detestation of humans, which results in these sorts of proposals:

Eat Bugs: New EU Food Policy Promotes Less Meat, More ‘Alternative Proteins’

Yeah? Let’s see all members of parliament eat bugs first. Let’s see Blair and Macron do that. There’s a common theme running right through it – that humans are bugs to be swatted and poisoned, swept aside, that only the super-race above is capable of ruling – and of course, every member of parliament thinks he or she is called to that super-race in-crowd.

Why are the weakminded so susceptible?

1. For a start, the evil is presented in glowing terms of love and tolerance playing on the good side of humanity.

Against that are the angry old men [us] and the bitter old women [also us] – the simplistic young see the angry visages and ‘words of hate’ and the wormtongues whisper in their ears: ‘There, you see – now go out and kill them.’

2. And as for us- can we not see that we too are manipulated into playing Them’s game?

One last thing:

A Labour MP fired from the shadow government by Jeremy Corbyn for calling out Pakistani-heritage rapists targeting white girls will help review a government report into the ethnic background of grooming gangs.

Therein lies a fundamental crisis of disagreement even within our own ranks. One side, including pundit Laura Towler, keeps pushing ethnicity, i.e. that the perps are Pakistani,ignoring that this behaviour is worldwide in countries which are Muslim.

Someone like Tommy Robinson highlights the Islamic roots of the trouble.  There’s a similar divide between those against Jews as such and those who aim at the Ashkenazis, who recognise that with the Assyrian and Babylonian captivity eons ago, Jewry was adulterated then and there.

Most of that is beyond us.  Most see in front of their eyes and it’s interpreted by the MSM for them.

Meanwhile, the ‘angry old men and women’ are wished a speedy death.

5 comments for “How we seem to the other side

  1. Penseivat
    May 27, 2020 at 11:34 am

    This public show of hate seems like a good idea. Can we start with The Nepotism Kid, Stephen Kinnock, who drove to his Dad’s during lockdown to “wish him a happy birthday”?
    Once the Guardian, Observer, and other Leftwaffe media have spent several days congregating outside his house, loudly asking if he was ashamed for his actions, erected a screen showing news reports (from the BBC, naturally) about children dying, and playing it on a continuous loop, and demanding his resignation, then I will accept them having a go at someone else.
    Until then, can these people shut the f*ck up?

  2. Mona
    May 27, 2020 at 5:50 pm

    I read that the origin of “Social Distancing” came from a fourteen year old American schoolgirl who put in science essay, six foot sounded good to her but just an idea, our magnificent professor Ferguson and other dickheads heard about it through some mysterious grapevine and thought it was scientific research.

    • May 27, 2020 at 7:31 pm

      The good part is that this is coming out now, this sort of thing.

    • Distant Relative
      May 29, 2020 at 11:40 am

      SD is only 39.7 inches over here. Must be a weaker strain LOL!

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