Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Left/Right Conflation

The Left and the Right are the same: In their mad pursuit of fascist anti-Modernity, in their longing for fascist Romanticism, irrationality, and tribal nostalgia. In short, the Left and the Right are united in a fascist pursuit of the destruction of the three great revolutionary movements of the 18th century: The French, American, and Industrial Revolutions, the revolutions of Modernity. The Left and Right make alliance with the barbarian world in their fascist struggle to destroy Modernity. The Left is dhimmified, while the Right today is inseparable from their 19th century fascist heritage. As we have seen, and as we will see more deeply to come, the Left and the Right are fascist, and together they have united with fascist Islam to destroy the Modernity of our time.

We are building here an archive of political theory from which one may in time dig into the ground of fascist ideology to find easily each and every segment and layer of fascist thought that prevails today in the dhimmi mind of the West. Yes, it's boring. But to make a claim such as above we need documented proof, and we have so far provided some but not all of the tips of the fascist ideological and psychological imperatives.

We make no appologies for the tedious readings of our project. For those with the patience to follow the development of this task it will become clear that the ideological ground of modern dhimmis is fascism pure and simple; and that knowing the ground of fascism will give one the foundational counter-ground from which to build a solid revolutionary platform to fight the fascist force of today's dhimmi counter-revolutionaries.

Know thine enemy--obsessively.

There aren't many of us in the West who will shout down "anti-war" speakers. Who is silly enough among us to claim that war is a good thing? Well, "Hello, I'm Dag." We can here refer to Hugo Grotius and the archived post on "Just War vs. Crusade" to find why one would make such a statement as above. Look too at the post on the "Melian Dialogue" or at "William Walker." Let's not be naive here. War, for all its evils, is a fact of real living, and we must examine it carefully so we are not sucked into sophistries and taqiyya so cleverly planted in our societies by jihadis and dhimmis. If we get along by going along, we will find ourselves in the position of Adam Czerniakow:


July 19, 1942 - "Incredible panic in the city .... I do not know whetber I managed to calm the population, but I did my best. I try to hearten the delegations which come to see me. What it costs me they do not see."

Adam Czerniakow, an engineer by profession, served in various positions in Jewish communal and Polish political life prior to World War II. On October 4, 1939, he was appointed by the Nazis as Chairman of the judenrat (the Jewish Council established by the Nazis). When the Warsaw Ghetto was established one year later (October 1940) Czerniakow and the Judenrat became responsible for the daily organization and structure of the Jewish community. This included food, work, health, housing, sanitation, education and relief efforts. Although he had some early opportunities to escape, Czerniakow refused to abandon what he considered his responsibility to his community. He attempted to convince the Nazis to ease the situation in the Ghetto, and to limit their direct intervention, while trying to keep the Jewish community organized and functioning. While he was criticized by some in the underground as being aloof and uninvolved with the fate of the community, the prevailing opinion saw Czerniakow as a man of great personal decency and good intentions.

Adam Czerniakow committed suicide on July 23, 1942 when he was pressured to hand over Jewish children to be deported to their deaths. It is reported that he left a note: "They are demanding that I kill the children of my people with my own hands. There is nothing for me to do but die."

We generally stay away from topicalities in favor of presentation of general ideological writings and analyses from the historical Left and from the fascist Right in order to show exactly why and how our modern dhimmi intellectuals arrive at their positions, and how we turn ourselves unconsciously toward dhimmitude by nature of our traditional revolutionary liberalism, not knowing that it is vitiated by reactionary pseudo-Left ideologues. Our innately benevelent Liberalism is corrupted by fascisms that we do not always recognize as such; and it is one goal of this blog to open the debate on fascist dhimmitude by exposing the fascist background of the Left dhimmis among us. Our good intentions, our platitudinizing, our cliches, and our normal moral decency lead us to the best opinion of others who, in truth, do not deserve our good opinions. They deserve our hatred, even our aggression. Our enemies are fascists. But who are our enemies, and how do we know we are not them? Maybe we are in favor of many of the Left axioms that truly are at root and branch fascist. It's our argument here that it's better to know the truth and choose evil than to do evil thinking we are doing good. Yes, much of the background reading in previous posts will be to many readers boring. That won't change here for a long time, not until the theoretical works are finished and the analytical work begins. But for those of us who continue struggling through the likes of Hobbes. et al., the insights into dhimmitude will pay off wonderfully in deep understanding. We will know our enemies better than they know themselves, and from that we will be able to formulate our own doctrines clearly in preparation for the founding of a new revolutionary movement that will, we hope, take on the professionalism of Lenin [cf. archive: "What is to be Done?"] and the praxis of William Walker to win our struggle against our own dhimmis, [cf. archive: "American Civil War."] Once this bank of histories is complete we can begin to address topicalities. Until such time, we remain commited to providing at least a beginning of in-depth texts on the history and nature of fascism.

In the article below we will see news that the Left and Right are combined in fascist dhimmitude. Many of the previous posts here show why that happened and how we can understand its roots. That building of the archival bank is not complete by any means, and it won't become more readable for some long time yet. We appreciate your patience and do not appologize for that which is to come.


National Security Watch: Eurolefties fund Iraq insurgency

Posted 6/23/05
By David E. Kaplan

Who's funding the insurgents in Iraq? The list of suspects is long: ex-Baathists, foreign jihadists, and angry Sunnis, to name a few. Now add to that roster hard-core Euroleftists.

Iraq insurgency vital to al Qaeda (6/22/05)

More from Nation & World

Turns out that far-left groups in western Europe are carrying on a campaign dubbed Ten Euros for the Resistance, offering aid and comfort to the car bombers, kidnappers, and snipers trying to destabilize the fledgling Iraq government. In the words of one Italian website, Iraq Libero (Free Iraq), the funds are meant for those fighting the occupanti imperialisti. The groups are an odd collection, made up largely of Marxists and Maoists, sprinkled with an array of Arab emigres and aging, old-school fascists, according to Lorenzo Vidino, an analyst on European terrorism based at The Investigative Project in Washington, D.C. "It's the old anticapitalist, anti-U.S., anti-Israel crowd," says Vidino, who has been to their gatherings, where he saw activists from Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Italy. "The glue that binds them together is anti-Americanism." The groups are working on an October conference to further support "the Iraqi Resistance." A key goal is to expand backing for the insurgents from the fringe left to the broader antiwar and antiglobalization movements.

One conference sponsor, Campo Antiimperialista (the Anti-Imperialist Camp), credits the 10-euro campaign for buying 2 tons of medicine for Al Anbar province, a hotbed of resistance, to be distributed "completely independent from both the occupiers as well as their local puppets."

But some funds may be buying more deadly stuff; one leader boasted to Vidino that the campaign will send "everything it takes" for the resistance to win, including weaponry. Neither Iraq Libero nor Campo Antiimperialista responded to questions from U.S. News about where their funds end up. The groups' impact, though, may ultimately be limited. "They have a pretty big following, but we're not talking about big money," says Vidino. At one conference, he notes, many militants looked so ragged he doubted they even had 10 euros in their pockets.

If this were simply a gaggle of frayed and greying bums on the streets and la stradas, then why would we care? Ten-a-pennie losers do not make a ruffle; but the problem we have is that the bums are simply the ugly face on the public streets whom we see mouthing the assumed attitudes of the masses. Like it or not, dhimitude is the ruling ethos of the West, not Modernity. Why? Because Modernity is weak. And how do we redeem Modernity in the eyes and minds of the public?

We'll come to that soon.

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