Twitter cuts (#18)

(I’m almost convinced …)

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  • Twitter cuts (#18) | Neoreactive Says:

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    Or simply, “the Franchise”

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    Mechanomica Reply:

    In that case, where’s corporate headquarters?

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    Brett Stevens Reply:

    The idea, which makes women and betas melt and others afraid to attack it, of human equality itself.

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    Posted on May 11th, 2015 at 10:07 am Reply | Quote
  • Sam Says:

    An even more suitable and accurate name would be “the laboratory”: from Marxism to sexual liberalism to multiculturalism to Queer Theory, the intention is to experiment with different societal aspects, through media, legislature, etc., until some state of “Equality” (economic, sexual, racial…) is reached. The whole structure is aimed at producing ever-intensifying experimentation to achieve a socially-engineered Utopia, and as the experiments continuously result in failures, more experiments are constantly required. We’re all mice in a mad scientist’s lab.

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    Sam Reply:

    To elaborate on this point: “the laboratory” presumes to understand the subjects of its experimentation, and, holding them under artificial conditions dissimilar to those they’re naturally accustomed to, endeavors to modify those subjects into whatever the experimenters strive to engineer – in our case, equal, interchangeable atoms, a material lacking in essence (or identity), to be further amended to the satisfaction (or amusement) of the mad scientist. Just as the conditions inside the laboratory are sterile and inorganic, so our Utopian society is to become thoroughly controlled and man-made. Nature is obsolete, and that which grows naturally is to be destroyed, replaced with engineered products and an engineered environment. This is both the means and the end of the Laboratory.

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    Orthodox Reply:

    You would like Konrad Adenauer’s 1957 campaign slogan: No Experiments.

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  • Neoreactive (@Neoreact1ve) Says:

    I don’t think they’re a series of disconnected failed experiments, rather I think they’re deliberate and coordinated attacks on separate aspects of western civilization (and very, very successful). Whoever runs the “the cathedral” is very jealous of western civilization, and if he cant have it and own it, and put it to exclusive use, then he’ll destroy it.

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    Sam Reply:

    The Cathedral / Laboratory is an outgrowth of Faustian Western civilization, and while “whoever” (your euphemism for “Jews”) most certainly doesn’t have good intentions in mind, “his” methods are effective precisely because they are essentially occidental in spirit and in practice, and are nothing but the linear sequencing of forces already present in Western tradition – chief among them is openness to societal experimentation and rationalist engineering of society. To say the “Cathedral” is an enemy of Western civilization is akin to calling cancer (or a sixth finger) an enemy of the body. The rot is from within.

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    Orthodox Reply:

    Who was Faust talking to again? To isolate and destroy it, call it Satanic.

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    Brett Stevens Reply:

    My guess is that liberalism — egalitarianism, the real enemy — showed up in every dying civilization including Angkor Wat.

    The “this whole civilization perished because of a drought one year” strikes me as extremely dubious reasoning, designed to cover up something else.

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  • Twitter cuts (#18) | Reaction Times Says:

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  • E. Antony Gray (@RiverC) Says:

    The Cathedral works precisely because being a religious institution is the absolute last thing those involved in it want to be identified as.

    I’m all for a more optimally humiliating term, but I’ve not seen one just yet. To think of the look on Dawkins face to know that he was one of the High Priests of the Cathedral would be priceless.

    An empty chair, the tall cathedral
    Who sits? Is it a game of thrones
    Or just a forsaken free-for-all
    Glass houses are not made of stones
    But instead of vying for that seat
    Reds vie to elect the bishopric
    To whom their blasphemies will stick
    They won’t keep his eucharist neat
    No musical chairs; this is a nave!
    And stonings they have for the brave
    Their faith is strong, their zeal has heat
    Their communion ends just inside the grave.

    *Reds would be a pun combining the fact that Cardinals, who elect the pope, are red, and ‘reds’ are generally the term used for the commie factions. They’re vying to elect an anti-pope that they can cover with all of their blasphemies. An Immanuel Goldstein.

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    admin Reply:

    “The Cathedral works precisely because being a religious institution is the absolute last thing those involved in it want to be identified as.” — Agreed. Yes, that’s why it’s worth sticking with.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    the laboratory is really close. all what they do is experiments, lets experiment: with revolution, experiment with policies, culture, war. there is no hope for human’s in politics.

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  • Sam Says:

    It is a mistake to perceive Equality as the end-goal of Leftism. It isn’t. The end goal is social Omnipotence: to be able to shape and correct society, the way science supposedly allows us to shape and correct nature. Alas! If we are to shape societies, we are to presuppose the subjects of those societies “equal”, for otherwise social experimentation is impossible: if Liberalism works for Europeans, then shouldn’t it work for Africans, too? But then Africans have to be equal to Europeans. Oh, and we want to artifically expand our workforce, ergo, women must be equal to men. Equality is not the end, but the preliminary premise — or tenet — which allows for effective social engineering: without embracing it, the Leftist project of social experimentation becomes infinitely more difficult to implement. Without Universal Human Equality (and as social experimentation progresses [ahem] and intensifies, Equality is to be extended to animals as well), modern Leftism collapses like a house of cards. Equality is not an objective, it’s a tool; the objective is social Omnipotence, or in NRx nomenclature, overcoming Gnon.

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  • Mr. Archenemy Says:

    Eh, too John le Carré.

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  • Michael Anissimov Says:

    Only problem with “the Circus” is that’s where my badass homie Smiley stays.

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  • TheDividualist Says:

    I don’t like the Cathedral term, because it sounds like something hiearchically organized, a classical conspiracy, while those are actually clumsy and this one is more similar to decentralized Protestant religions. I’d prefer the term the Elect.

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