Telling the Truth Can Get You Erased

Remember how history was erased and re-written every day by the Ministry of Truth, in Orwell’s 1984? Something very similar is taking place all around us, says Handle of Handle’s Haus blog. Another example

The truth has never been popular with the ruling classes or their pet journolists. Vox Popoli looks at the latest attack against the Dark Enlightenment (TDE). I have read several similar attempts by skankstream journolists to ridicule or sideline TDE, and what most of these pet pens fail to understand is that many of their readers are likely to discover a lot of things to like about TDE, if in secret.

The truth about population differences in IQ, rates of violence, achievement and aptitude, economic dependency, and political corruption cannot be discussed in polite company, and yet it will not be silenced, no matter the cost.

To illustrate the ongoing health and vitality of TDE, here are three linkfest-type articles that span the gamut of TDE topics:

HBDChick Linkfest

NickBSteves The Week in Reaction

Free Northerner Lightning Round

For some reason, those people show no sign of being willing to shut up and go away.

Al Fin experienced a touch of this blowback when his access to the original Al Fin blog and its kin, was blocked by the politically correct juggernaut, Google. And yet as you can see here, where there is a will, there is often a way.

There does come a time when words become superfluous to the task that needs doing. That time may come sooner than we think. But in the meantime, here is a brief look at the main purpose of this current blog, The Dangerous Child.

A number of forerunners to The Dangerous Child idea have come and gone, including a “parallel universe” version known as the Magical Child. In this case, The Dangerous Child is the Mr. Spock with a beard, and the Magical Child is the clean-shaven Mr. Spock. You might even see the contrasting universes as “the enlightenment” vs. “the dark enlightenment.”

Back in the 1970s and 1980s, a former teacher named Joseph Chilton Pearce began developing the concept of “The Magical Child.” Pearce wrote several books developing his ideas, which were popular for many years.

He believes that active, imaginative play is the most important of all childhood activities because it cultivates mastery of one’s environment, which he terms “creative competence”. Children denied that form of play develop feelings of isolation and anxiety.[6] He also believes that child-parent bonding is crucial, and sees modern clinical childbirth and lack of breast feeding as obstructions to that bonding.[7] _Wikipedia: Joseph Chilton Pearce

More from JCP

Mr. Pearce was clear-headed enough to see the need for imaginative play in building “creative competence.” But he wrapped his ideas in a utopian world where the idea of rampant and unpredictable violence and danger — from above and below — did not apply.

In the world of The Dangerous Child, a well-rounded person must learn not only how to create, but how to destroy. He must be good not only with a writing pen, instruments of artistic expression, musical instruments, tools of construction and fabrication, and be fluent in languages of multiple tongues — he must also know how to avoid dangerous streets, and be able to use a wide range of designed and improvised weapons.

He has learned to do all of those things through imaginative play, just as a bear cub learns to fight or a lion cub learns to stalk. And those who assist in his learning do not do so under any utopian delusions.

He will probably choose to live his life in a way that he never has to fight a vicious fight to save himself or his companions. But he is prepared to do so if necessary. This is not necessarily true for the masses of children who live in a whitewashed world that still pretends in all the tenets of the enlightenment.

So you might ask yourself, who benefits from the smokescreen and active censoring committed by pet skankstream journolists against the scientific findings, data, musings, and hypotheses that contradict the skankstream universe?

In Orwell’s 1984, it was the ruling order that benefited from the Ministry of Truth’s ongoing real-time re-writing of history. Who benefits from the efforts of the modern equivalent of the Ministry of Truth?

Just remember the difference between words and actions. Do not neglect what is most important.

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6 Responses to Telling the Truth Can Get You Erased

  1. Sam says:

    Be very careful of the Dark Enlightenment. There are different factions of the Dark Enlightenment. One is the reasonable scientific knowledge that all people are not alike and that this fact brings about certain undesirable outcomes. The other is the Reactionaries. They, I believe, are a group of Jews starting a new meme. Comparable to Libertarianism. Like Libertarianism they take a group of facts and distort it into a set of actions that make no sense. Unless more power to the Jews is your only priority.

    First they call the powers that resist the Dark Enlightenment “The Cathedral”. This is a deliberate lie. They know it’s a lie. I’ve pointed out to them numerous times, until they ban me, that “The Cathedral” is a propagandist tool phrase not to illuminate but to confuse. Maybe we should see what a Cathedral really is. According to wiki,
    “…Although the word “cathedral” is sometimes loosely applied, churches with the function of “cathedral” occur specifically and only in those denominations with an episcopal hierarchy, such as the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Orthodox, and some Lutheran and Methodist churches…”
    So Roman Catholics and Anglicans run Harvard? So Roman Catholics and Anglicans run the news media? So Roman Catholics and Anglicans run the government of the USA? I don’t think so. The last time a fellow in robes strolled through a college the whole place was closed down with a Klan alert. I know people are fond of new (neo) terms so I now “Christen” it (two can play at this) the #Neo-Synagogue. I, as part of the diverse White community, am sick of the #Neo-Synagogue perching it’s philosophy and works upon the tired creaking edifice of the Christian Cathedral.

    Their second big push is that the stupid people in the Democratic countries can’t make sensible decisions so we need Kings. A completely laughable stupid idea if I’ve ever heard one. When I point out that the US constitution had a perfectly good method to stop stupid people from gumming up the works, namely, poll taxes, literacy requirements, and property requirements they of course ban me for making sense.

    This is just another way to get intelligent people barking up the wrong tree. I would appreciate it if every time you see the word “The Cathedral” you would steal my definition and call them out. Let them know that you know it’s really the #Neo-Synagogue. We’re sick of them destroying the English language with their sick psychopathic verbal twisting.

    There’s a guy whose a Liberal that has an anti-reactionary page. My politics is not his but he does a good job of hammering all the great “facts” the Jews are using to take away our country and put back in Kings.

    My politics. I’m actually becoming more Fascist as I grow older. If we could have a more Libertarian government I would be happy but I don’t think it’s possible. Powerful forces always take over. They monopolize the finances and trade of the country. If this is going to happen anyways might as well be the average guy that monopolizes power and not the banks and international corporations.

    • alfin2101 says:

      One should be very careful of all political movements. Political movements are all coalitions, with many motley crews and junkyard dogs as members and fellow travelers.

      When the thug-monkey asshole Adolf Hitler took over Germany he was lofted upward by a wide range of chumps, many of whom got buyer’s remorse after seeing what Der Fuhrer really had in mind. The idiot destroyed Germany and most of Europe.

      We really don’t want to go through that again. No more “final solutions.”

      Everyone has the right to their own opinions, but not to their own facts. Be careful to make your arguments tight and well supported. Emotions inevitably come out but they should not dominate one’s argument.

      It isn’t clear whether you have a deep understanding of what Fascism is. If you intend to comment further on your growing devotion to the Fascist cause, you may want to be very specific about what you have in mind. Be clear, and try to support your discussion with as much objective information as you can.

  2. Sam says:

    Fascist was a little tongue in cheek but some not. Today any remarks in favor of Whites is Fascist. So I’m a Fascist. I want less of the crony capitalist state. I’m against mass immigration. The original people come first. Including the American Indians. I’m for voluntary segregation of the races. I do not wish to be forced to live with races or people I don’t wish to live with. Others that do can move to Detroit or where ever you wish. I would do away with all affirmative action and most civil rights legislation.

    I want government improvements such as investments in Thorium reactors. I want a strong space transportation system. Mining of asteroids. From Facism on wiki.”It advocates a mixed economy, with the principal goal of achieving autarky to secure national self-sufficiency and independence through protectionist and interventionist economic policies.”. I agree with this. It’s how we ran our country for most of it’s life time and worked well.

    Totalitarianism not so much. We already have that.

    Economics. I would issue money through the government and not the Federal Reserve. Capital gains taxes (indexed to inflation) would be the same as an personal taxes. Banking system more along the lines of Germanys banks. Corporations would have higher taxes if they paid their top executives more than a ratio like Europe or Japan. I believe it’s 20 to 1 or so in Germany. May be higher now as cronyism is expanding. If you have your own company you could make as much as you wanted. The pay differential would not matter. This would make a person responsible for their company unlike a corporation. One of the principal critiques of corporations that we no longer hear of is the immorality of the idea of corporations. Corporations would not be able to write off expenses for imported products or would pay a higher tax rate. Raw materials excepted. If made for export taxes would be 0%. The Asian countries have been practicing mercantilism for many years now. I would close our markets to them. For us to open them back up they would have to give us twenty years of importing into their country.
    I wouldn’t gas the Jews but it wouldn’t hurt my feelings if they were all deported to Israel.
    All in all I would say the above is fairly defined as Fascist.

    • alfin2101 says:

      Okay, you have explained your POV more clearly, thanks. Just try to make it work for you instead of having your philosophy bind you into knots.

      It is important to understand that no two people can ever agree on all philosophical points. That being the case, they should work together on important areas of correspondence, and let the other points alone if possible.

  3. Sam says:

    Forgot something very important. I’ve mentioned to the Reactionaries enlightened voters. In my perfect world there would be a test on the Deceleration of Independence, the Constitution of the US, the Federalist Papers and the Anti-Federalist papers. Normed to I.Q. of 100 to pass. Could also use a poll tax to skip the test. Don’t pass the test or pay the poll tax you don’t vote. They seem to think that Kings are a much better idea.

  4. alfin2101 says:

    There is no Dark Enlightenment. There is only a slight uptick in a willingness to question basic assumptions from the middle and the right. The left has always reserved the right to question the assumptions of any non-totalitarian political philosophy. Totalitarian philosophies, on the other hand, are what leftist dreams are made of.

    Monarchy is not totalitarianism. In most cases, it is the opposite, since strong monarchs distrust large bureaucracies.

    We at Al Fin are far from monarchist in philosophy, however. Dangerous Children have no use for either totalitarian bureaucracies or all powerful monarchs.

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