Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Those darn social conditions.

Are we having fun yet? The social conditions of the West seem to be making some of us more and more unhappy on a daily basis; and due to social conditions some people in London are having no day all--they're dead.

What do we do? How do we sit back and accept that regardless of our desire to mobilize and actively challenge the global threat of jihadis and their evil dhimmi collusionists we really can't do much to make things even different, let alone better? We have to sit and wait for things to get worse before they'll get anywhere near the ripeness we need to mobilize against the world as it is now and is becoming more of as we sit passively awaiting our time to fight back. We are stuck.

Are we cowards?

Below is a piece of craziness that sums up one of the problems we must address as citizens of our time, if not of our places. The story isn't directly related to dhimmitude or jidhad but it is indicative of the state of dhimmitude in the West, the 'West' meaning, as we've written here before, places such as India and Peru. In this case it's France where the craziness of our modern times shows itself at its craziest. What we will witness below is Right dhimmitude in the form of corporatist fascism.

If we understand the nature of our societies and their histories, that we are small islands of Modernity and Human progress in the eternity of primitivism and reaction, that we few who live in the modern world are exceptional in history, and that we have very specific acheivements to our credit, works that come from the strange fabric of our societies alone and not from others or from other times, then we'll see that some of what happens is the fruit of the past wilderness weeds of the history of Humanity. Our long and collective Human heritage is one of fascism, and where we have hacked out space for our Modernity that fascist past continues to grow back through every crack in our modern societies.

Our struggle is against not just Islam and its terrorist believers but it is against those, the majority of the world's current population and the history of Human life itself, who hate and who try to destroy the Modernity of our revolution-of-the-mind of our Modern people. Most world-wide people hate Modernity. We who are modern are few in the world. We might lose our battle against those who will, if they can, destroy Modernity. They will wreck our progress and turn the world back to the way it was before the Revolutions of Industry, France, and America.

The majority of people on Earth today, like the history of the world before, are peasants. They have a specific world-view and life-style that they do not want to change or lose to Modernity. They want to destroy the flowering of Modernity in their lives. They want to kill us and the whole of our revolutions. They want to return to the time of feudalism and primitivism. They want to recreate feudalism by destroying Modernity.

The article below shows that the enemies of Modernity are not just loony Leftist professors and pot-smoking hippies who hate from within the privilege of our times and our locales: we see that it is also the corporatist Right that is primitive and reactionary, against progress as we know it; that the so-called capitalists are also against the progress of capitalism as a fundamental and foundational postion of Modernity. This story is not an exception but a clear example of feudalism prior to the French Revolution. This article shows "Neo-Feudalism" in theory and practice. This is another side of the face of fascist dhimmitude.

We have gone on at some length about dhimmitude on the Left, and rightly so. This story shows the Right as fascist in the corporatist sense, the very idea of Mussolini's proclamation that everything is the state, or in this case, the corporation. Forget individualism, private property, freedom, free will, democracy, and the other givens, the axioms, of Modernity. What we see below is fascism at work.

In coming posts on this theme we'll look at neo-feudalism, corporatism, property rights, privacy, and many other things both the Left and the Right despise, though they might show themselves in less than obvious ways. Here, though, the fascist corporatism and neo-feudalism is too plain to argue away. This is dhimmitude in a whole new light: this is Right dhimmitude.

What can we do about this craziness? Nothing yet, friend. We have to wait till the social conditions are ripe for yet another stage of revolution. And we might just lose. This could be the end.


Bus firm takes car sharers to court

Kim Willsher in Paris
Monday July 11, 2005
The Guardian

They might have been congratulated for their "green" efforts in an area of heavy air pollution.

Instead a group of French cleaning ladies who organised a car-sharing scheme to get to work are being taken to court by a coach company which accuses them of "an act of unfair and parasitical competition".

The women, who live in Moselle and work five days a week at EU offices in Luxembourg, are being taken to court by Transports Schiocchet Excursions, which runs a service along the route. It wants the women to be fined and their cars confiscated.

Two years ago a business tribunal threw out the company's case. It is now pursuing the women in a higher court, claiming that their action has cost it €2m (£1.4m).

The women explained that for many years cleaners used the TSE line for the 40-minute ride across the border, which cost them €110 (£76) a month.

"Using our cars is quicker and at least twice as cheap. And on the bus we didn't have the right to eat or even to speak," said Martine Bourguignon. Odette Friedmann added: "In the evening instead of coming to get us at 9.30pm the bus would arrive at 10.30pm. If you made any comment to the driver you'd get a mouthful of abuse."

"It's absurd and ridiculous," said the women's lawyer, Cécile Klein-Schmitt. "I don't see how any magistrate can find any legal basis for this case."

TSE is also suing the women's employer, Onet-Luxembourg. "They've basically accused us of inciting the car-sharing scheme when we have nothing to do with the method of transport used by our staff," said director Frédéric Sirerol.
The court case will be heard in January next year.

A sure sign of a fanatic is that everything he says or thinks is related to a single issue. In this case, it's not fanaticism but real truth that Islam is a problem in the West, and that it is dhimmitude from the West that is our greatest threat in that it makes us so stupid and demoralized that we will go down to primitivism without even realizing we could have fought back.

The assault on Modernist values above is an example of fascism from the Right. With the Modernity of our societies under attack from the Left we tend often to forget that anti-Modernity, fascism, is originally a Right movement. Everything in the story above shows Right fascism at work. Our Modern Revolution is under attack, and we can't do anything about it till we understand what the hell is going on here. The fascists are coming at us from Left, Right, and Centre. We will have to show more of our enemy to make clear just what the enemy is-- and what we are not. We are not stupid, irrational, or the property of the Laird. Not yet. Nor yet can we fight back with any hope of victory. It's those darn social conditions. We still have a way to go to show the full extent of the danger and the face of our fascist enemy. But we will know.

We must somehow ride in the same cart to victory in spite of the power of those who are the Force of anti-Modernity. Neo-feudalism and Islam are both fascist ecxpressions. We have to fight them all because they are at root One. We have to change the very base of our opinions about the nature of our lives. We have to see that corporatism and Islam are both forms of fascism. Dhimmitude is fascism. Playing the same reactionary game on the side of Islam by playing dhimmi is fascist. Right, Left, Centre, all fascism is fascism. It's fascism to control the lives of the workers for the sake of the good of the corportation. It enables Islamic fascism. It is dhimmitude.

Our best hope of inveigling the furtherance of our revolutions is to know what fascism is and to know what we are. We might not know that many of our common assumptions are rooted in the 1960s hippie fascism of pop culture. If we don't know what fascism is we'll find ourselves in sullen and disturbed agreement with the likes of Michael Moore. We'll have an intuitive sense that somethin' just ain't right but who knows what. And until we can point and say: "But that's fascism!" we'll be stuck with fearing to express our misgivings, afraid of being tagged as --get this-- Fascists!

We are going nowhere fast because the majority of us do not want to be associatted with those we consider to be the bad guys. We've lost the discourse. It's taken over by those who've taken our vocabulary and turned it against us, and often we don't know what happened. When we see fascism for what it is we can say so and others will see it too. Then, when the ethos of the zeitgeist is ripe we can fight back and perhaps, if there's still time, we can win one for Modernity.

It's small things like the company above pulling idiot stunts that confuse us if we don't have the critical vocabulary to analyse it. But once we know that the play comes straight from Mussolini and that it's fascism, then the corporatist counter-enlightenment fascists will run like dogs from us. If not, if we don't articulate our concerns positively and confidently, we'll continue to cower. Till others grasp the nature of the fascist beast in our midst the social conditions for the rest of our Revolution won't be worth the seeds we toss. Right now it's not a lot of fun and the social conditions are awful. But at least we're alive and free. For now.

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