Sunday, October 28, 2012

In Defense of English Civilization

                   Res Ipsa Loquitor Ruling Class

Res Ipsa Loquitor

The new ruling class is a coalition of politicians, bureaucrats, educators, lawyers, media

If we want to win the battle for this country, we need to take advice from the Marxists. These are people whose ends were evil where not impossible. But they were experts in the means to their ends. They knew more than we have ever thought about the seizure and retention of power. If, therefore, we ever achieve a government of conservatives and seek to bring about the irreversible transfer of power to ordinary people, we should take to heart what  Marx said in 1871 after the failure of the Paris Commune
people, and associated business interests that draws income and status from an enlarged and activist state. It does not own the means of production but is content merely to control them. Its general desire is to avoid the entanglements that destroyed the old ruling class.

State-sponsored mass immigration has been the most obvious evidence of this desire. Filling the country with people of different colors and with different ways, which do not like each other, and do not like and are not liked by the natives, is ideal Balkanization. But one of the purposes of political correctness is also to divide the native population—women against men, homosexuals against Christians, and so forth.

Of course this conforms nicely with what's been going on in the United States since ... a while.  A longer while than we probably imagine.  The real interesting part is that these excerpts were gleaned from an article having nothing, ostensibly, to do with the United States.  In Defense of English Civilization.  But is has everything to do with us, as well.  Food for thought anyway.

Obamo-Goodby Ohio

Gov. John Kasich Predicts Romney Wins Ohio
Cites  internal campaign polling that shows Romney with a lead in The Buckeye State. This was the first time that Kasich said Romney could carry the state.

Democrat Of The Year’ Convicted Of Felony Theft

Oh My

Madonna booed after touting Obama

Oh My

I AM A RACIST- And So Are You

Her Price- A Free Cell Phone
Me Too
Her Price- A Free Cell Phone

Racial attitudes have not improved in the four years since the United States elected its first black president, an Associated Press poll finds Those views could cost President Barack Obama votes as he tries for re-election.
Martin Luther King defined today's operative word— "judging not by their character, but by the color of their skin."  So when I read "AP poll: Majority harbor prejudice against blacks," it was a "duh" moment for me.  Because I am a racist by definition.  And so are you.  And so are a statistical 100% of Americans, I'll wager.. 

Today's New York Times makes my point.

WHEN African-Americans go to the polls next week, they are likely to support Barack Obama at a level approaching the 95 percent share of the black vote he received in 2008. As well they should, given the symbolic exceptionalism of his presidency and the modern Republican Party’s utter disregard for economic justice, civil rights and the social safety net.

It is nigh impossible today to look at a person with black skin and not make an assumption about political character.   If they voted, or will vote, it will be for Obama.  It's a virtual statistical certainty.  That doesn't mean I would discriminate against blacks by, say, refusing to patronize their businesses.  It could factor into a hiring decision— if  good decision making skills were critical.

But Democrats are worse.  When they see a black skin, they see a commodity called "where the votes are." If black skin is worn by a person voicing support for the GOP, that person is deemed to have violated the franchise agreement, and will be set upon like a pig that wandered into at a Moslem wedding party (See Herman Cain, for one).

Ours, here, is not racism in the traditional sense; it's a manifestation of thinking man. We notice things. For Democrats however, racism is a tool.  Always has been.