Thursday, 23 May 2013

EXTREMISM AND THE DISPLACEMENT OF THE POLITICAL SPECTRUM

Not as extreme as he looks


A near Orwellian police state with bans on weapons, bans on words and thoughts, and an incessant flow of PC propaganda is no defence against the insanities created by “multicultural Britain.” We saw this yet again in London, where we were recently ‘treated’ to an iPhone clip of a Sub-Saharan Muslim lecturing us, his hands freshly crimsoned with the blood of an off-duty British soldier that he and an associate had just slaughtered on the streets of Woolwich in South East London.

Friday, 3 May 2013

THE SOUND OF THE CROWD


About a decade ago, I identified the phenomenon of Crowdism whereby individuals demand to be freed from consequences of their actions, and band together into groups as a sort of mutual aid society that will attack anyone who doesn’t agree. This forms a hive mind that snowballs and soon creates a monolithic, paranoid Utopian groupthink.

The point of Crowdism is not that evil people exist, although they do, or that people are tempted by evil, which they are. It’s that stupid ideas exist and they sound good, and that in crowds, people bow down to the judgment of others and go along with the herd, resulting in destructive and illusory “solutions.” Socializing makes us dumb because we obey the social standard, not the reality standard.