Friday, August 6, 2010

Skepticism, The Unknown Ideal...

When I was young and dumb I thought a lot of crazy things. Besides being completely enthralled with the fairer sex, I believed many things that have since fallen by the wayside( excluding my fascination with women).

Ayn Rand was one of these. For some reason when I embraced the whole notion of atheism, her writings just seemed a natural extrapolation in those times. I was a card-carrying "Objectivist". I don't even know what that means. But then it meant to me that I thought her characters, Howard Roark and John Galt were essentially Gods. They "objected". And objected to some pretty damned important architectural norms. Huh? Who in hell cares about architecture? I mean really. Well, of course I sell her "philosophy" a bit short by this, but essentially it comes down to rebellion...and critical thinking and skepticism.
But I was so deeply committed to her view of things that I even went so far(hundreds of miles one winter night) as to attend a performance of her play "The night of January 16th", and do a meet-and-greet with her and her entourage afterward. Oh it was wonderful. I met and shook hands with the Brandons and even got about a 12-second presentation to the "queen-bee" herself. I was pretty naive back in those days. Ha. Who am I kidding...I was a dumb-ass. Still am in many ways. But if nothing else(and there WAS, for all intents and purposes nothing else) she taught me skepticism. For that I thank her posthumously. Ding-Dong, the witch is la la...etc.
For those of you that have NO idea who the hell I am talking about, Ayn Rand-nee Alisa Rosenbaum was a jewish/Russian/amerikan novelist/philosopher whose main purpose in life was anybody's guess. But she wrote a bunch of books. From silly-ass novels to treatises on economics, espousing her talmudic background and rebellion against a collective Russian society. Somehow, she caught on here in the States in the late 40's(hmmm I wonder how?) and she plagued us all with her jewish-inspired crap for what seemed forever. Well, until 1982 anyway.

I could go on with a diatribe concerning ontology and epistimology and the finer points of her works...but I won't bore you. Long and short of it....don't bother. She was an exercise in vanity, sexual perversion, intellectualism... and she was

I didn't want to talk about her anyway.

What I do want to cover in my round-about way is skepticism and how that whole notion has somehow gotten lost and is rarely used in the right context lately. I can honestly say that I am NOW a card-carrying skeptic. And no bad thing. I squint down my nose at the most innocuous seeming things anymore. Of course I always had those leanings, but basically I am the guilty-until-proven-innocent type. Why aren't more of us like that? It never got me into any trouble and probably saved me from untold amounts of it, if the truth be known.
Actually I think it is that damned Christian/Muslim ethic of "trust". These are the only two of the three religions of Abraham that adhere to it. Take each man at his word. Bullshit.

Jews like Rosenbaum taught me that you assume every man(that is, every man that is jewish or represents them) is lying through his damned teeth...first. Then and only then, if it is important enough to you, do you dissect what he is saying and prove to YOURSELF that it may be the truth.

In this day and age(of the jew), it is a necessary reflex. It's a shame. But there it is.

Holocaust?...6 million? Prove it. Jews aren't over-represented in every seat of power in the world? Prove it. Palestinians lob thousands of rockets into israhell? Prove it.
The IDF isn't a bunch of murderous thugs killing for a bunch of racist butchers? Prove it. Jews have nothing to do with organ theft, sex-traffic, drug-traffic, international terrorism, false-flags, economic blackmail,usery...etc, etc....PROVE it. As I said, they have taught me to hold NO affinity for trust, so I reciprocate. Hey, I'm just doing what they do. It has been a long, trying lesson they have taught me, but they got their point across. I know my talking points as well as they now.
The jewish people have taught the world skepticism, it's time WE use it where it can do us the most good... on them.

...for Ronn


Anonymous said...

Good point!

Timster said...

uh...thanks. Which one?

veritas6464 said...

Hey Timster,...Might I ad; Chosen? Prove it! Also; The Palestine is YOUR 'Promised land' huh? PROVE it!


Anonymous said...

Timster, you have a way with words, I have so much to say, if only I had your talent for putting my thoughts into words.... I salute you again, brilliantly put.

Steve B

Timster said...

veritas, We could do this all day, huh?

Steve, Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

sorry if this is offtopic for this post (it is, sort of), but relevant to the rest. Research should be done on your own if interested, I merely provide links to one example

map of USA terrorist attacks and disasters forms a masonic compass and square or a 3-d pyramid or a pentagram

Queen Elizabeth 2 is the head of international freemasonry

England has controlled the USA for most of its history

England also was instrumental in establishing "Israel" - Balfour Declaration and many other details (ROTHSCHILDS)

The Windsors claim to be of the Davidic Line AND the (lying mason) Merovingian line (fake jews and claiming to be descendants of Jesus)

List of Commonwealth Countries and British Overseas Territories

Commonwealth Countries
Antigua and Barbuda
The Bahamas
Brunei Darussalam
Fiji Islands
The Gambia
India Jamaica
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sierra Leone
Solomon Islands
South Africa
Sri Lanka
United Republic of Tanzania
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom

Timster said...

I thank you for your comment and links. However, if you read by meager efforts here, I am of the opinion that chasing after silly ancient Illumi-whatsus or Masonic evil, is merely a distraction from the true evil of the world. Judaism. The belief that anything other than this diminishes our efforts to expose and defeat the international zionist jew. Many of my friends are Masons, and I can tell you with a great deal of certainty that although that group once held power in this world, there is no evidence that it was ever used for evil. Now they are simply a "boys club" with their little secrets that mean essentially nothing in the scope of the real horror that jewish influence has brought upon our world...and we can see it with our own eyes. It is not a secret society. It will be the downfall of human kind if we do not stop it.

Again, thank you for reading and please keep doing so. I will win you over!...if I can.

veritas6464 said...

Hey Timster,...Yeah I was just swept up in the crowd, my bad. Oh, anon' regarding all the useful idiots (to the jew) throughout the history of the world - Max Von Sydow said it best in The Exorcist:

"There is only one."



veritas6464 said...

Hey Timster,...addendum:

Father Merrin: I cast you out! Unclean spirit!

Demon: Shove it up your ass, your faggot!

Father Merrin: In the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ! It is he who commands you! It is he who flung you from the gates of Heaven to the depths of Hell!

Demon: Fuck him!

Father Merrin: Be gone...

Demon: Fuck him, Karras! Fuck him!

Father Merrin: ...from this creature of God! Be gone! In the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit!

Father Damien Karras: I think it might be helpful if I gave you some background on the different personalities Regan has manifested. So far, I'd say there seem to be three. She's convinced...

Father Merrin: There is only one.

Chris MacNeil: Would you like some bourbon in that, father?

Father Merrin: Well, my doctor says I shouldn't but thank God my will is weak.

[repeated lines]

Father Merrin, Father Damien Karras: The Power of Christ compels you!

Father Damien Karras: Why her? Why this girl?

Father Merrin: I think the point is to make us despair. To see ourselves as... animal and ugly. To make us reject the possibility that God could love us.


This last line is particularly relevant today. Not that I would ever consider evangelising anyone. (grinning sheepishly)