13 May, 2009

When Unreason Rules

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce at 2:49 am | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.


In the 19th century — in 1865 — an Englishman, using the pen name Lewis Carroll, wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, in which he described a number of events in a fantastic dreamworld. The characters in this dreamworld behaved in erratic and irrational ways. In Wonderland things just didn’t make sense. That’s the way many things are in our world today. They just don’t make sense. Our society seems to be operating according to some very badly flawed logic. The behavior of public officials and private citizens alike is often irrational: far more often than it should be or than it has been in healthier times. Let me give you some examples.”

The rest is [Here]. (For the audio version, go [Here] and scroll down to 09-08-2001).

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  7. 10 Responses to “When Unreason Rules”

    1. -jc Says:

      “None of our material is insulting or derogatory…”

    2. Terrorsaurus Says:

      I often find myself remarking that the world we live in is something truly out of a science fiction novel. It really is. The things people believe in are completely bizarre. I could try and break some of it down, but I’d be here all day.

      Stupidity beyond all reckoning reigns supreme. Let it be known.

    3. Ein Says:

      Thanks very much. I enjoyed it. As apt today as when it was written — especially with the talk about “hate crime” laws and all.

    4. Junghans Says:

      Dr. Pierce’s insight was amazing. We are living in a fractured fairy tale today, and when it succeeds in self-destructing, are the bunnies ever in for a rude racial awakening!

    5. Tom McReen Says:

      “I often find myself remarking that the world we live in is something truly out of a science fiction novel. It really is. The things people believe in are completely bizarre. I could try and break some of it down, but I’d be here all day.

      Stupidity beyond all reckoning reigns supreme. Let it be known.”

      You’re not alone.

      Just yesterday I was pondering a particularly irrational and obnoxious subject and thought about how it is a reflection of the messed-up ‘society’ we have to endure today – or just idiots being idiots. I won’t describe it here, it would take too long. And that’s just one thing.

    6. Parsifal Says:

      This problem with stupid, irrational behavior goes back a long way. Look at how most Americans reacted to the news that Abe Lincoln was shot and killed. A mentally unstable war-monger who was responsible for the deaths of over 600,000 White men and boys, a man who split this country in two and left it that way for a hundred years, a man who allowed Negro Union troops to kill, rape and torture Southern Whites…..and yet millions of White people wept uncontrollably alongside Blacks when his funeral train went past.

      When the US got dragged into WWI, Beethoven records were publicly smashed and anyone with a German name was subject to physical attack. And the public really believed that the Kaiser was some sort of “Hun” or child-killing, young woman-abducting brute.

      Most people would rather be liked than be right. They would rather seek the approval of the mindless mob than stop and think for a moment. Is this an evolutionary mechanism for species survival or a modern sickness carefully nurtured and exploited by the Jew?

    7. Ein Says:

      Regarding “This problem with stupid, irrational behavior”, I often wonder if we are members of a rational species. When you see the incredible idiocy that goes around the world, you have to wonder. You read about multitudes getting killed in riots in India or Pakistan over an (alleged) hair from The Prophet’s beard. You see black-clad fanatics, swaying in a trance, praying fervently to a Wailing Wall! What would a traveller from space think? He’d conclude we’re all nuts! We’re mentally deficient. Obviously, the species is still evolving and we have a long way yet to go to reach the Ubermench. Nietzsche was right.

      But some people/races have longer to go than others.

      To be frank, a great many white people are not very logical. That’s just the truth. But they’re the good part of the story, the worst part is that most other people are even less so. If — let’s just suppose — only 75% of whites are logical, then 95% of blacks are illogical. It’s scary.

    8. shabbos s shabazz Says:

      Also, research shows brains are different. One study of identical twins, who were separated early in life, showed a correlation of 0.62 (1 being perfect) when the now-grown twins were asked about political views!

      The folks on this site (and elsewhere) have “arguments” that largely emanate from brain structure!

      We’re fucked! No communication is possible!

      Monsters from the (y)id!

      >>Commander John J. Adams: What is the Id?
      Dr. Edward Morbius: [frustrated] Id, Id, Id, Id, Id!
      [calming down]
      Dr. Edward Morbius: It’s a… It’s an obsolete term. I’m afraid once used to describe the elementary basis of the subconscious mind.
      Commander John J. Adams: [to himself] Monsters from the Id…
      Dr. Edward Morbius: Huh?
      Commander John J. Adams: Monsters from the subconscious. Of course. That’s what Doc meant. Morbius. The big machine, 8,000 miles of klystron relays, enough power for a whole population of creative geniuses, operated by remote control. Morbius, operated by the electromagnetic impulses of individual Krell brains.
      Dr. Edward Morbius: To what purpose?
      Commander John J. Adams: In return, that ultimate machine would instantaneously project solid matter to any point on the planet, In any shape or color they might imagine. For *any* purpose, Morbius! Creation by mere thought.
      Dr. Edward Morbius: Why haven’t I seen this all along?
      Commander John J. Adams: But like you, the Krell forgot one deadly danger – their own subconscious hate and lust for destruction.
      Dr. Edward Morbius: The beast. The mindless primitive! Even the Krell must have evolved from that beginning.
      Commander John J. Adams: And so those mindless beasts of the subconscious had access to a machine that could never be shut down. The secret devil of every soul on the planet all set free at once to loot and maim. And take revenge, Morbius, and kill!
      Dr. Edward Morbius: My poor Krell. After a million years of shining sanity, they could hardly have understood what power was destroying them.
      Dr. Edward Morbius: Yes, young man, all very convincing, but for one obvious fallacy. The last Krell died 2,000 centuries ago. But today, as we all know, there is still at large on this planet a living monster.
      Commander John J. Adams: Your mind refuses to face the conclusion.
      Dr. Edward Morbius: What do you mean?

      (Forbidden Planet, 1956)

    9. Parsifal Says:

      There were no humans around 1,000,000 years ago and I doubt there will be any around in another million years. Just as well.

    10. Junghans Says:

      Perhaps Revilo Oliver wrote his sardonic essay “Is There Intelligent Life On Earth?” because of this type of chronic, dysfunctional white misbehavior. At any rate, white people are presently in one hell of a self-destructive ‘cluster fuck’, and need to be jolted with mockery or any thing else that will wake them up.

      Most important of all, is that these problems be constantly talked about, everywhere, and all of the time.