Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Render Unto Caesar...

After having watched "Caesar's Messiah", I have a swirling bee-storm in my head.  I guess I should let them out here.  For most of them are pertinent to the thrust of this site. Firstly, I highly recommend this film. It's one of those head-smacks for anyone that has ever pondered the beginnings of Christianity.  Whether one accepts the myths surrounding this particular religion to be taken literally or as allegorical...or has a more secular 'atheistic' view  of it... I think you will come away impressed.  Very little presented in the film can be disproved by the most scholarly of Christian, or in fact, jewish apologists.  And you get the added bonus of listening to one of my favorite gals...D.M. Murdock.

But it goes beyond that.

It is delightful to watch myths fail.  When the fairytales that fail are harmful to the world.

Many have accused me of being soft on religion here at 'howdarei".  And with good reason. Apart from judaism, I am.  I learned long ago about the power of myth.  It's place in the human psyche.  It's stubborn and sluggish transition into more logical thought patterns. The comfort it affords...the tradition it supports...and in general, the need to walk softly concerning it.  But those times are changing.  And I am glad for it.  It is very much like confirming to a child, that 'yes, there is no Santa Claus', when they grow to understand that he might just be mythical.  Because you are beneficiary to the supportive conclusion to that slight disappointment by telling such a child "Your Mom and I give you these gifts because we love you and look forward to seeing you so happy on Christmas".  But of course Santa never waged war on anyone.  A purely beneficent mythical creature, Santa. It is easy to replace him in the eyes of a child, with an even more beneficent and objective reality. Just as science has replaced so many myths about the very real need for knowledge of when to plant and reap, so too will the myths of all religions give way to a much more impressive and useful understanding of our own human history. 
Of course, not all of you understand this now, and may not in your lifetime.  And that's okay.  Though I am not gifted with any special wisdom or knowledge that you yourself cannot acquire, I understand that the personal needs for religion vary from person to person.  I am not the first, the only, or the most clever to hint to you that there is no Santa, or Christ or Mohammad.  And, if you are religious in any way, I know you have your arguments prepared and memorized against such blasphemous debate.  And that too is okay. I won't even debate the issue here.  That's not what this place is about.  For if you side with me on the evil intent of judaism...and use your own particular myths as weaponry in such battle, I would hate to see you fail...so I will point out your lack of artillery.
But continuing the allegory of SC that I started up there(I love allegory...as does religion itself), it too can be replaced with a more objective and much more awe-inspiring view of the universe and our place in it.  Each religion(save one)glorifies love/regard for its fellow human.  That is in us regardless, (and probably shaped) of the myths to which we cling. It isn't 'Santa-given'.  So this gives me hope that such dangerous mythological incentive used as tools to coerce and subjugate, that this compendium of the world's religions(save one) will 'boil down' to the essential precepts of regard for it's fellows.
You, of course, have noted my "save-one" references.  So I will, using the myth-busting attitude of the subject film, direct you to understand that judaism and its rebellious 'chosenness' attitude is indeed what brought about the Roman need to create Christianity in the first place.  As explained in the documentary, it was the warring jew that would not conform to Roman influence that, through a jewish-turncoat, gave rise to the very Gospels that are yet revered as the peaceful edicts that are the very foundation of any and all good that Christianity has brought to history.  Whether you believe the jew to be an 'evil' entity by way of metaphysics or as this cult is simply explained in the study, you are on the right track.  For very little has changed over the millenia with either religion.  The Christian still seeks to improve the world(by doctrine)through peaceful/trusting means...and judaism still wars through adoration of itself.
I couldn't have ordered a better explanation of the way things are in our modern world from the true history of both religions.  It fits.  It is entirely objective. No Santa Claus required. 
So don't miss this one.  Believe it or not.  Understand the objectivity of the research and conclude what you must. Anti-semitism is as essential to propagate today as it was to the Romans during their reign.  We must destroy this cult.  Then and only then, can we render unto humanity what is humanity's.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Let's Pretend...

Do you remember "tend like"?  That is short for 'let's pretend as if..."
A fun game with which girls would begin every doll-playing session, and boys began a rousing game of cowboys-and-Indians.  It was the ultimate in subjectivity.  An exercise in role-playing for the young.  Good training.  They would have to play it time and again as they grew.  And we did.  "Let's 'tend like I'm the Mommy and you are the Daddy and a corporate exec about to lay-off thousands of people".  "Then let's 'tend like you are a factory worker, slaving away for 50-60 hours every week to make ends meet and raise all those 'tend like' babies...but this time you get laid off.  Let's 'tend like this makes us happy". If one does this enough, the subjectivity of it all begins to melt away and leave the reality of being careful what you wish for.  Being careful what you pretend.  But what of those that pretend while at the top of the heap?  What about their subjectivity?
I watched and read two empirically important things recently, that gave me pause.  Things don't often do that.  Make me think differently than I have 'tended like' in the past.  I have thirsted, as I am sure you have, throughout my life for things that teach me.  That change my perceptions of things.  Someone with some truly objective answers.  
The first of these two things was a book suggested by a friend: "You Gentiles", by Maurice Samuel.  And the video was a sermon by used-to-be-Bishop Williamson("Will no one rid me of this turbulent Priest?"), on Orwell's dystopian novel 1984.
In the book, Mr. Samuel tells it like it is.  There is no anti-semitism in it, of course...but by its very nature, it supports everything I have been saying about jewish identity.  You would have to read it in lieu of my detailed analysis, to understand the specifics about which I speak.  But the gist of what I garnered is that the jewish culture is one bent on destruction of the Gentile ones.  They do this simply because they view the Gentiles as children at play.  Societies other than kosher ones are not taken seriously by the judaic, so they do not play by their rules.  This is, of course, quite true.  I have been trying to get this simple fact (objective) through to Gentiles for a long time.  Mr. Samuel makes no bones about this fact, but he does quite a bit of 'tend like' in rationalizing it.  He implies that jews understand (innately), that Gentiles at play are dispensable simply because they do not understand the equality with which the jewish see themselves to God himself.  Truly 'chosen'.  Chosen to rule.  Chosen to be their own messiah.  Chosen to be Gods.  Let's 'tend like.
Bishop Williamson's sermon, although covering quite different ground, depicts such delusional thinking.  In it, he states that although Orwell's novel was brilliant(as was Orwell himself),the author fails to see his own lesson concluded in the tome.  That is that his protagonist eventually lost the battle against the Party, simply because he had no real view of the objective...ie, the objectivity of faith.  Well, I would quarrel with that point...but I see where he is going, and I like it.  Two plus two does indeed equal four.  I at least have faith in that.  I like the fact that the Bishop always returns to the objective.  Not the subjectivity of the "jew"-world order.  He names it without naming it.  And because he has denied the objectivity of the holocaust...if pushed, and off the record...I think he would reiterate much of what we know to be true considering the 'tribe'.  I believe he understands who is behind the decline of the Catholic church just as clearly as you and I do.  He understands who was really behind 9/11, as indeed do we.  I would nit-pick religious particulars with him if I had the chance, but on the whole, I cannot think of anyone I would rather hear a sermon from.

So let's 'tend like' given the chance...we could all return to the objective view of things.  This is this. It isn't what you want us to think it is.  It doesn't matter who wins elections, if indeed they were real elections.  Pretending that a vote counts for anything is subjective and a waste of time and energy. I don't wanna 'tend like' any more.   As a matter of fact...I will go out on a limb and break one of my own rules.  I will quote the Bible:  "...when I became a man, I put childish ways behind me".  And pretending things are something other than what they are...is childish.  And for the most part, as adults, is very dangerous. 

So how are these two things related?  They both identify 'childish ways'.  The jew's pretense that they are in any way 'divine' and that our Gentile lives are in anyway important to them, except as slaves.  And our tendency to believe that they are not simply playing a game with us.  Both of these instances of pretending will spell the downfall of the world as we know it.  That is a fact. 

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

My First Re-Print...

With the recent release of "Atlas Shrugged-Part II", I thought about writing a little personal history concerning my tussle with 'objectivism' and Alisa Rosenbaum(Ayn Rand).  Especially since our republican VP nominee claims to be an 'objectivist'.  
Then I thought...hey, I have written this before.  Why not re-print it, since it is one of the essays I left out of my book(now a word from our sponsors).  So, without further ado...and no punching-up.  I take a cue from the Queen-bee herself in quoting myself by doing my first reprint.  To wit:


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 things...like 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 dead...la 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 epistemology 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 Uggggly.

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(to me, that means 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

Sunday, October 21, 2012

A Little Of This...A Little Of That

I used to have an Aunt that loved to read. She would give me books and have me tell her what I thought of them later.  It was nice.  I learned a lot.  Mostly what not to read.  But she was of the opinion that everyone should  be heard once...at least. "Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice".  Well, that's all very good in a perfect world...but.  It is getting harder.

Anyway, I would read an author suggested by her and really enjoy him/her...for a while.  Then move on to someone else.  This puzzled my Aunt.  "You get bored with writers pretty quickly, huh?", she once asked.  Yes, I do.  Even my own drivel.  And I can control that. But I take what I can.  What is there for me.  Why stay?  The authors are only human.  They normally have only a few things to say and when they have said them, the rest is mere repetition...right?  I have found that to be true of most all those that express themselves in any artform.  Music, painting, prose or poetry... you name it.  I certainly am a prime example of the above.  I have a few things to say that I have concluded from taking a little of this and a little of that from those with only a few things to say.  Y'know...humans.  That is fine for artistic purposes.  For politics it is kind of different.  But that's as may be.

I'm not going to try and tell you how to live your life.  I guess that you have kinda figured that out already.  I'm sure you have a handle on things...or at least think you have a handle on things.  Maybe you do, and maybe you don't.  As long as you can function in your life as you see fit, and your opinions dovetail with things that happen around you...well, you probably do have a correct view of things.  If you don't, well you may beat the shit out of your wife and kids regularly, or drink too much, or need to take drugs of various kinds. If this is the case...you need some adjustments.  But that isn't you, I can tell.
More and more of us need to listen to the few things that others say.  And when those wise few things have been repeated and not heeded over a great length of time...and our souls are sick...well, we should start looking for answers in these eclectic endeavors.  A little of this guy's opinion...a little of that one's.  One ingredient in a soup makes for a pretty bland, non-digestive and unsafe diet.  I am reminded of a phenomenon about Irish poachersHundreds of them died over a period of time because rabbit was all they ate.  Following their intuition that meat is to be eaten by the carnivores that we humans are...they ate rabbit.  Exclusively.  They met their demise through malnutrition. And so shall we all perish by worshiping selected individuals whose 'few things' that they have to say, lead us down a path of their agenda...which is not necessarily good for us.  Celebrity can take over your better judgement. The first bite is with the eye, is a true maximBut you don't have to take the whole kit.  You can open the package and take what you need, leaving the merchant to peddle what is left to suckers.
When it comes to celebrity, I ain't interested.  John Lennon had Yoko, a calculating antithesis to all his efforts.  Kurt Vonnegut sold the rights to one of his best books to Jerry Lewis, and was married to an opportunistic jewess.  Martin Luther King was known to sleep with several women at a time when on one of his peace march campaigns. Bill Hicks was a severe alcoholic.  JFK was a notorious womanizer. And on and on.  This is not smearing...this is fact. There are no gods among men.  No messiahs that have blood in their veins. Few that have more than a few helpful things to say.  And that is one of the few things that I have to say.
Bubbles burst when humanness is exposed.  But that is a GOOD thing. Learn from that fact. It is grounding and sobering and instructive. And humbling. For there is a tendency to even take ourselves too seriously, I think.  To make celebrities of ourselves.  Of course I began this site to point out those of a certain cult that excel at this.  And I will continue to do it.  But it is just one of the few things that I have to say that might help you.  And to help the cause to remove them from social and political power.  Because in my view of things(and many others now), the few things that they as a culture/cult have to say, are not helpful to anyone but themselves.  A self-indulgent culture from which you can learn nothing of value for your journey through life.

But some have more to say than others.  That is, more of value.  That doesn't make them worthy of worship however;even though I have found myself symbolically bowing to the knowledge and wisdom of the author I quoted at the top up there.  It seems that there is nothing that I have learned throughout my short life, and hold to be true, that hasn't been covered in one of Shakespeare's works.  He had more than just a few things to say and is one of the few humans that I will take more than just a little of, to form my opinions.  And an author about which my Aunt and I agreed.  There is no better.

" That time of year thou mayst in me behold
When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang
Upon those boughs which shake against the cold,
Bare ruined choirs, where late the sweet birds sang.
In me thou see'st the twilight of such day
As after sunset fadeth in the west;
Which by and by black night doth take away,
Death's second self, that seals up all in rest.
In me thou see'st the glowing of such fire,
That on the ashes of his youth doth lie,
As the deathbed whereon it must expire,
Consumed with that which it was nourished by.
This thou perceiv'st, which makes thy love more strong,
To love that well which thou must leave ere long."

So take what few things I have to say and roll them around in your brain.  Take a few things from all of us out here and use what you can.  Discard what you must.  But unless we are talking about the likes of the Bard...don't take it all from anyone.  Just sayin.