Twitter cuts (#56)

Derbyshire has made approximately the same point with even more blunt honesty.

Universal moral concern is a bizarre religious idea, of fairly recent vintage. Eventually it will come to be seen that way again.

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March 26, 2016admin 15 Comments »
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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    It’s virtue signaling all the way down!


    Gentile Ben Reply:

    “I can die better than you” seems to be the message.


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 4:24 am Reply | Quote
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    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 4:31 am Reply | Quote
  • Adi Says:

    I can’t stand this fat loser. This pig is nothing more than a mediocre researcher and analyst consumed with envy of his betters. Yes, VDH is better than this loathsome swine as he is a better writer, analyst and speaks Greek and Latin.

    This foul beast should be beaten until he breaks and then put to some suitably menial task as befits him while little children throw garbage through his cage.


    admin Reply:

    Calm, please.


    Xoth Reply:

    Gary Brecher is a pseudonym for John Dolan, a journalist. The original fat nerd image depicts a Norwegian musician by the name of Roger Edvardsen, however.

    For instance:


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 4:50 am Reply | Quote
  • michael Says:

    first utilitarianism now christianity whats a moral animal to do?
    Hes got a point about the old testament you cant go through all that catholic school and not notice the old testament a struggle for justice while the new instructs us to recuse ourselves.


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 12:43 pm Reply | Quote
  • Dark Psy-Ops Says:

    It is fear that motivates universal moral concern, and the crusade against discrimination. The ugly person, self-conscious of their flaws, feels afraid when they witness another prove capable of harsh discrimination. They think, “if someone can think that way about another, why not about me, I am, after all, not worth very much…” And so their self-interest compels them to take pity on the unfortunate, who are like mirrors held up to reveal their own manner. To accept that discrimination could be legitimate, is to accept that all the rejection they have ever experienced could be legitimate. And so it is with world peace, it is a doctrine taught by the fearful who prefer delusional comforts. It is very easy to boil a frog that has convinced itself water is always lukewarm and never hot.

    Oh, but who wants to psycho-analyse the minds of progressives and the political religions of the masses? One would need to have the metabolism of a doctor, like Freud, happy to forever scrutinize the sick and depraved, and for what, to barely fathom the tides of the endlessly shallow?


    SVErshov Reply:

    “minds of progressives” can cause stomach ulcers, but it is simple to analize, just flip horizontally everything what they say, and you get good picture of what they think (sometimes unconsciously).

    suppose if they say something – ‘it’s going to take a lot of work.but I’m an optimist and I truly do believe we can heal ourselves’

    what they really mean – ‘no way these things going to work, and I’m so tired to wait when all these mess will disapear in hell’


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 1:21 pm Reply | Quote
  • Ahote Says:

    There’s also the prole version.

    It’s interesting. Bolsheviks were immune to guilt because they believed that they out-holy everyone else, and were thus more akin to Muhamedans, than to Progressives.


    cataphract Reply:

    What qualitative distinction between Bolsheviks and Progs is there?


    Ahote Reply:

    As I have said, Bolsheviks are like Muhamedans. Progressives are slightly different, they’re akin to Circumcellions.


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 1:23 pm Reply | Quote
  • Xoth Says:

    He’s a good writer, but I’m afraid Brecher’s analysis has not yet encompassed “leapfrogging loyalties”, something which explains the prog love of muslims.


    Posted on March 26th, 2016 at 3:12 pm Reply | Quote
  • vinteuil Says:

    A few months ago, my poor little kitty Circe died. She’d been with me for twelve years, from birth to death. Every time I pass by the little grave where I buried her I feel guilty, ’cause I don’t think I gave her back all the affection she gave me while she lived. Poor, sweet little thing.

    Meanwhile, news of the latest terrorist atrocity in Brussels leaves me almost entirely cold.


    Posted on March 27th, 2016 at 12:27 am Reply | Quote
  • jack arcalon Says:

    Love the War Nerd, he spoke the forbidden truths before 2007.
    There was a lot of Universal Mourning on Reddit this week. I think they were sadder about a bomb in the endless slums of Pakistan than in the transportation hubs of Brussels.


    Posted on March 30th, 2016 at 1:00 am Reply | Quote

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