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You can speak out, become a target and end up retiring early. Or, finally, you can take advantage of the situation. If using option three, I would go online and fine some unusual pronoun stupidity that is rare, yet been approved somewhere. Make that your pronoun choice. Do it in all seriousness and enforce it like a Pharisee.

You have to play it to the hilt. No joking asides with work buddies. You must be convincing. What if that was the plan all along? Just like in America, the point of Obamacare was to make a system so horrible that even opponents of socialism would scream for it to be replaced by a universal system that is merely bad.

Men of this age have to look out for themselves. That means becoming financially independent as quickly as possible. Stay out of debt. The laws are designed to take you down financially and keep you indentured to your ex, to the kids you have no rights to, and to your job, all while the government takes its cut.

Too obviously cheeky for your purposes however. Spud Boy: Quit now, or, you will not be able to live with yourself. You do not need to suffer through corporate BS. Strong Analysis. Yes, the bureaucrat who initiated this was hoping for high drama and maximum sadism. They envisaged Jared being hustled away by a squad of state police just before delivering his Scandza speech. This would inflict the most shock upon the attendees and make them think twice before publically associating with other Dissidents. Probably smart to keep your anonymity as long as you can as many of us will no longer be welcome in our ancestral homelands soon, while those same homelands welcome invading hordes of Africans.

As a European, this thought was one of the most sickening when they banned Richard Spencer from Hungary and thus the entire Schengen zone a few years back. Then they continue to lecture us European right wingers on western values, how not to be divided and the like.

When we get banned, we have to take it stoically. I also tend to favor localism in politics, so if transnational conferences are harder to pull off, its water off a ducks back to me. Neither are A provocateur who -like those Conservative, Inc. This martyrdom is a gift. And who needs air travel, anyway? Teleconferencing is cheaper. The system is collapsing of its own accord, no need to try and hurry it along.

Better to figure out what is coming next, and position yourself for that eventuality. Acquire real world skills, make connections with like minded people without conspiring to take down the government and have emergency setup ready. I used to be in the civil service; I no longer am. I was a wicked official. I was rude, and took pleasure in it.

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I almost always managed. They were timid people for the most part: petitioners, you know. The Dissident Right needs to transform itself into the Old Left. Or they worried too much about what the world would look like after The Revolution. Banned from Schengen is the least of it. Notice, for example, how Lt. Christopher Hasson was entrapped and arrested on the flimsy pretext of a weapons and possession of controlled substances charge. Yes, that is a rational prediction.

The FBI recently sent a 30 man SWAT team armed with automatic weapons to arrest a 66 year old unarmed non-violent senior citizen in his home in a before dawn raid and then scared the shit out of his deaf wife and hauled her out into the street in her nightgown and bare feet in front of TV cameras. That was pure Gestapo plain and simple. Those men are pure cowards. No doubt they will be offering up the Nuremburg excuse in the future. This is not petty bitchiness. Like you, he made the mistake of getting people to think.

I arrived at this exact point 3 years ago in dealings with my proggie family. Yes, they will expect everyone else to while they cheat. The thing about our host is, he stays in his lane. Reading Solzhenitsyn is strangely white-pilling for me nowadays. The Soviet era samizdat subculture provides some lessons we can use in our Woke New World. This is a long culture war.

To win, we first have to survive. Z is wrong that the France and Ireland are the models of resistance.

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  • That is impossible for us. The model of resistance for us is the Soviet model. We are the samizdat. The establishment will undermine itself. A multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multi-cultural country with an national average IQ of less than 95 will never be stable. Admittedly, this will take a long time, but we have reality on our side and soon or later reality wins. We just need to point out the decline and build networks to carve out a place for our people in the future.

    This post brought to mind your podcast of Feb. That post had a big effect on me…. Gus or Zman, which episode is 8 Feb? I rarely listen to podcasts but felt like trying one today, but cannot find the segment you seem to be referring to. Terrible what they did to Mr. Petty tyrants, indeed. I did not get the sentence about childless women doing this though. It very well could have been a Muslim bureaucrat with several children at home being watched by his burqa-clad slave.

    Totally agree the other side has no soul. Like the repeating parrot I say it again. Of the three things one needs to wage war; Resurces; Means; Will, we must focus on destroying the reprobates will to fight. The best way to make bugmen cringe is to make the cost of waging war on us too high. I think Poland may have thrown Taylor to the wolves to garner some positive press in European capitols. Why would one stage a rally in Utah to protest the renaming of a park and removal of a statue in Charlottesville?

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    The residents of Charlottesville and the surrounding county are voting Dem. They did not welcome the presence of the rally, Jason Kessler was the only prominent local involved. What they want is for every member of a dissident movement to be either jailed or economically marginalized as to encourage others to quit. Also, misdirection and misinformation. Back in the s, the British soccer hooligans were at the zenith. But Fletch was an enigma, wrapped in a mystery.

    Nobody seemed to know his identity or what he looked like. He was only ever spoken about in hushed tones and he gave orders to the firm which they carried out e. It is happening on his watch, and since Jeff Bezos has not taken a public stand against such corporate behavior, it may safely be assumed he agrees with it. They neither hate nor love whitey. Sorry to hear that about Jared Taylor. And perhaps that what needs to happen.

    Once enough whites have had their lives destroyed by these little toadies and Karma visits their doorstep this will all end quickly. Note that the muzzies kick our butts all the way around the block and back again, for any perceived sleight. Meanwhile, China ethnically cleanses the Muslims out of their system, in the most brutal fashion, and nobody from the muzzie side makes a peep about it. It all is indeed about power held and power wielded.

    We will win when the other side is afraid to speak our name. In my opinion the important thing is, when possible, to expose the people responsible for actions like these. Next time you go to a government office building wear 3 pair of socks then remove 2 and make a big sack and stuff em full of tissue and make a giant ball and stuff up the toilets. No cameras in bathrooms.

    So many little ways to gum up the works. Qwant search more easy stuff.

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    If everyone sick of the liberal bureaucracy did it, it would make a difference over time and give you a sense of accomplishment. This thing may not be so simple. Few years ago Jared was thrown out from Hungary too. Hungary is another country with successful nationalist movement. Speech is definitely not a problem, Jared is very mild and uses more honest language than average Hungarian or Polish nationalist. And usually very noisy Polish nationalists are now very quiet for some weird reason.

    But that is the reality of the age in which we live. It is the current battlespace. How do you beat an amorphous anonymous bureaucracy that fights dirty? You hang them with their own rope. These people rise to power and then stay in office by buying votes with public money mostly welfare. Let everyone stop working and jump on the dole. My first thought on this is their Nihilism. They want to die, but they want to kill us first. I think public scorn of their nihilism and personal-life impotence would inflict far more psychological damage.

    I know you hate Shapiro, and rightly so. Deep down the left is sick. They want to squash it before we start getting any funny ideas again. Notify of. Vote Up 43 Vote Down. Sean Detente. Vote Up Vote Down. Mysteerious Rooshian Vooman. Is that written in a code of some kind? Or is it just ordinary drivel?

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    Vote Up 1 Vote Down. Yves Vannes. Gerald Corn Cob. You should be seen and not heard. Xopher Halftongue. Whitney Failed the RedPill test on women. Controlled opposition detected. He supported Cromwell and was promoted well till he became dissatisfied with the increasingly military leaning of the Protectorate From Ashley worked for Charles II, eventually rising to become Chancellor — and was promoted to an Earldom in Ashley argued for religious toleration for dissenting Protestants and supported the Anglo-Dutch wars on mercantilist grounds Dutch profit equates to English losses , but his anti-Catholic stance eventually led to his dismissal from government.

    Initially, James had the backing of the establishment — he was more serious and thus more appreciable to the Anglicans, and he leaned towards toleration. However, his very Catholicism worried those of a more puritan and cynical leaning. From this evolved the first two political parties of modern times — the Whigs and the Tories. The Whigs generally speaking followed Shaftesbury and the Tories supported the Anglican establishment.

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    • The poet laureate and Westminster graduate, John Dryden, penned a satirical attack on Shaftesbury at this time Absalom and Achitophel and a year later Shaftesbury fled to Holland and died in exile in Locke was introduced to him and the two became good friends. In he oversaw a life-saving operation on his patron to remove liver cists. Locke learned much from Shaftesbury. For example, his first Essay on Toleration marked a substantial shift away from his earlier establishmentarian views that the ruler should prescribe the form of religious service for the country.

      Debate had heated up following the Act of Uniformity , and in Scotland, the Covenanters, who opposed any form of episcopalianism hierarchical rule of bishops and archbishops and uniformity, suffered brutally. There were various uprisings in Scotland in , , and , which had led to thousands of martyrs burning at the stake and being hanged for their opposition.

      In Locke was elected to the Royal Society, and as his patron rose to become Chancellor for Charles II, Locke served the Lords Proprietors of Carolina helping to draft a Constitution for the plantation , Secretary for Presentations dealing with church livings , and Secretary to the Council of Trade and Plantations.

      His employment kept him busy from philosophical thought — but no doubt gave him invaluable experience of the workings of power and the court. From , an unwell Locke travelled to France, returning to London in with his master to enjoy the heat of the Exclusion Crisis in which Shaftesbury and his supporters sought a Parliamentary Act to exclude James from taking the throne.

      Filmer had written his work in supporting the divine right of Kings and their absolute power over the land. The jury rejected the charge against Shaftesbury, but Tory political advances prompted Shaftesbury, in the absence of any hope of a Parliament sitting to provide support to his party, to flee to Holland where he died in The intolerant and charged atmosphere kept Locke abroad from and freedom from political intrigues and duties allowed him to develop his philosophy. In Charles II died and his brother James ascended the throne. The ripples from the Rye House Plot continued to upset the initially stable and sober new regime, and after the failed Monmouth and Argyll rebellions to oust James, the new monarch clamped down on those who sought to overthrow him.

      James subsequently handed out army posts to supporting and trustworthy Catholics, and he advanced Catholics to his Privy Council; in November he dismissed Parliament. William had been fighting the might of Catholic France with much gusto and success. Accordingly, as James became increasingly unstable and a boy James was born to his wife, William was invited over to take the throne. The ousted James had lost all his military abilities and an attempt at recovering his throne via an invasion of hope of a sympathetic uprising in Ireland led to his defeat by William at the Battle of the Boyne in These were certainly times of political commotion.

      Damaris was the daughter of Ralph Cudworth , a Cambridge platonist, whose writings Locke had enjoyed and which had influenced his shift towards Latitudinarianism. Amidst friends and in a politically more cordial environment, Locke published works on economics, the Scriptures, toleration, and education.

      In he advised on the ending of press censorship, and was appointed a member of the Board of Trade His Essay Concerning Human Understanding gathered pace — drawing controversy and support and earning a translation into French in Locke died with Lady Damaris reading the Psalms to him. Nonetheless, at Christ Church, Oxford, he penned two key essays on the extent of toleration, the most disruptive and contentious issue of the time — the Two Tracts on Government and his lectures on the Law of Nature , the latter written as Censor of Moral Philosophy at Christ Church.

      In a century of religious and civil wars, Locke understandably sought to explore the limits to toleration that a state should permit its citizens in their choice and manner of religious expression and worship. The Two Tracts were penned on the occasion of the Restoration of the Monarchy, in which Puritans hoped for continued toleration for their practices and beliefs as they had enjoyed under Cromwell. Not only should such matters be given up to the wisdom of the magistrate but the people are also obliged to obey.

      Christ commanded obedience, he notes, and after all, the magistrate looks to the public welfare, while the individual citizen seeks only his own interest. After all, Locke surmises from monastic Oxford, the ruler is supposed to be wise.

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      In what does more danger lie, Locke rhetorically asks — in the hands of a single, wise man, or an ignorant mob? The academician Locke highlights his distrust of the masses and prefers to put political control in the hands of a few rather than the many. What the particular policies a magistrate ought to follow depends, Locke admits, on contemporary conventions and expectations, but the magistrate is in the best position to judge in light of the times what ought to be the best policy and what ought to be orderly and decent.

      A more conservative philosopher, accepting of the newly Restored monarchy, one could not imagine from the perspective of the later writer of the Treatises. Yet are there glimmerings of the path Locke eventually takes? Certainly in the realm of private conscience, which Locke emphatically declares cannot be forced. Also written at this time were some comments on Infallibility in which Locke outlines an orthodox Protestant attack on Catholicism. This would of course imply a rejection of any Act of Uniformity — of the imposition of Anglicanism and its Book of Common Prayer on the people.

      In his Essays or lectures to students as Censor, teacher of Moral Philosophy at Christ Church, Locke argues that there is a Law of Nature — a basic system of morals — which is given to every man to know. The Essays were unpublished but circulated and had an influence on writers such as James Tyrell The law, he adds, is something which is the decree of a superior will God , and lays down what is to be done and not to be done, and which is binding on all men.

      The moral law for Locke demands that some things are completely forbidden theft, murder , others depend on certain sentiments, periodic duties, or conditional attitudes. Against the objection that the Law of Nature cannot be found, because not all people who possess reason have knowledge of it or that they will disagree over its content, Locke counters that possessing the faculty of reason does not necessitate its use. Some prefer living in ignorance, while others may be too dull, or are slaves to their passions to raise their intellect to what is required of them to understand the Natural Law, and others still are brought up amidst such evil that they become accustomed to it.

      Secondly, disagreement — what we now term moral relativism — does not indicate a lack of a law, but rather its existence. The theory of how we know things becomes a life-long quest for Locke, culminating in his Essay Concerning Human Understanding. We can know moral laws through four different methods: inscription, tradition, sense experience, or divine revelation. Ignoring the last, Locke also rejects both inscription and tradition which were both connected to Roman Catholic theology in favour of learning morality with our senses and reason. Man thus has purposes — to contemplate and to procure and preserve his life.

      Yet the moral law cannot be garnered from consent — from mass or democratic agreement, for the voice of the people is as likely to lead to fallacies and evil.

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      In conjecturing that a good policy is one that can be obey both without fear or without conscientious qualms, Locke is possibly indicating that the magistrate also has the responsibility not to provoke a rebellion of conscience in the people, words that may reflect the growing sense of concern that the Act of Uniformity engendered. After rejecting self-interest as a justification of natural law, Locke proceeds to reject the argument that utility forms the basis of the moral law.

      It is always useful to know that what are often portrayed as 20th Century debates on, say, utilitarianism versus deontology, have a long philosophical pedigree. The Two Tracts and the Essay are not political classics in the sense that political theorists, whose speciality is not the 17th Century, readily turn to them. But they contain philosophical elements and beliefs that Locke was to work on and develop — especially the role and limits to government, conscientious objection to the misuse of power, and religious freedom; although he was to dramatically alter his.

      What is the purpose of government? It is to be used for the good, preservation, and the peace of men. If men could live peacefully, there would be no need for a magistrate, but patently the Seventeenth Century was strewn with war and its effects, and the thought of permitting a generally peaceful, anarchic state of nature was still too absurd for Locke to contemplate, so he dismisses it out of hand. He then deals strongly with those who would argue for a monarchy based on a divine right to rule, presaging the critique of the Two Treatises.

      The magistrate ought to meddle with nothing but securing the peace. In Scotland at this time, recall that the Covenanters were being put down for their rejection of Uniformity. Yet we are still far from a libertarian thesis on a restricted government, for in outlining his principles of toleration, strict rules apply as to whom may be admitted into the tolerant club — Catholics and atheists need not apply.

      In matters speculative and divine worship a man ought to possess absolute liberty, for these are based on his subjective understanding of the nature of the universe and of God. The third area that the magistrate may be concerned in involves the general moral virtues and vices of society. In other words, those who argue for theocracy ought to be restricted in their speech. The reason for this — and a mature political one — is that most men use power for their own advancement and those who are intolerant of others should in turn not be tolerated — such groups are not to be trusted with any path that may lead them to power and the overthrow of the liberties of others.

      Similarly, factions ought not to be tolerated if their numbers grow to threaten the state. The option is to accept and tolerate such diverse Protestant fanatics — or kill them all; but the latter is not very Christian, Locke reminds his readers. Shaftesbury sought a policy of toleration against the Anglican policy to unify the Kingdom under its brand of Protestantism.

      The Church of England, as its name suggests is a particular nationalist brand of Protestantism in which Bishops sit with Lords in the Upper Chamber of Parliament. Locke repeats the purpose of government of securing the peace and tranquillity of the commonwealth and stresses the separation of the Church and State in what can be seen as the glimmerings of his minimal state theory. This, incidentally, is symptomatic of a mind-body dualism as it affects the political realm , in which a philosopher asserts the primacy and hence freedom of the mind while accepting the subjugation of the body, a dichotomy that Locke only gradually moves away from.

      By , for instance, we again see evidence of a change in his thinking towards Protestant dissenters Catholics standing outwith the Lockean picture. In his second essay on Toleration Tb in the year he expands on his critique of uniformity. He demands what a policy ought to be if all dissenters are in error — should they be all hanged?

      But if there is a fear of them is it because of the manner in which they are treated by the authorities, or if there is a fear that they may influence other people, then why not let others choose by their own consent to follow or not, or if it is feared that supporters of dissenting doctrines shall multiply, then either dissenters are attracting others because of the truth or orthodox teachers have become slack in propagating the truth.

      In notes for his Atlantis , he proposes stringent laws to deal with vagrants, demands that everyone work at their handicraft at least six hours a week, that limits be put on migration across parishes, and that tithingmen be put in control of assuring the moral purity of their jurisdiction one tithingman to twenty homes. Between and Locke scribbled thoughts on the springs of human action. Thus prior to the penning of the Two Treatises , we find a John Locke who is becoming increasingly concerned with the direction of Restoration policy with regards to religious toleration, and although he remains very conservative in his moral outlook, the formulation of a new approach is evidently developing.

      The government, he declares with a stronger and more influential voice, ought to remove itself from the religious matters of the nation. The separation of the state and religion is now paramount in his philosophy, all it needed was a structure within which such a minimal, non-interfering government could be justified. It would be wrong to debase the coinage to match the number of notes that the Bank of England printed.

      Marxists, for example, assume Locke to have proposed a labour theory of value, whereas the libertarian economist, Murray Rothbard, argues that what Locke propounded was a labour theory of property, not of value. For elsewhere, Locke observes that the fair price a term that has wended down through the ages from Aristotle is that which is generated in a market on a particular occasion, tempered by notions of Christian charity to avoid gaining excess profits leaving enough for others, as Locke advises for the enclosure of land.

      Labour — active productive labour, based on rationality and productivity — increases the wealth of the nation, it does not generate a system of fair prices. There is a scholarly debate on when the Two Treatises were written. In opening the Two Treatises , diligence and perseverance pay off for the reader — and on a pedagogical note, I would recommend following Laslett beginning with the Second before the First Treatise.

      The First Treatise paves the way, as Locke advertises in his Preface, to justify government by the consent of the people. Chapter I. Secondly, since Filmer believes that no man is born free, men cannot [or should not be able to] choose their governors, thus government by consent is to be rejected on the epistemological grounds that the masses do not possess the intellectual wherewithal to elect their leaders. But a description of affairs under absolute monarchy does not in itself provide a justification of establishing government on popular consent, nor does the presumption that men would live in a miserable condition rebut the claim for absolutism.

      Chapter II. Chapter III. Questioning the validity of the former does not imply a concurrent questioning of the latter. And thus Sir Robert was an Author before he writ his Book In other words, potentiality does not imply actuality. Locke presses the point — whence does Adam receive his power over others?

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      By becoming a father, Filmer thirdly argues and thereby provides a justification for his patriarchy. Chapter IV. He has a co-writer credit on the song. Make the most of the time we have here on Earth. But in his case, Armstrong seems to be living his dreams.

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