30 August, 2017

More About the Moral High Ground

Posted by Socrates in "moral high ground", leftism, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, morality, philosophy, Socrates, truth vs. lies, White philosophy, White thought at 1:06 pm | Permanent Link

It’s not hateful or immoral to say something that is true; either something is true, or it isn’t true, I once heard a scientist say [1]. The truth can’t be immoral or hateful, just like a rock or a tree can’t be immoral or hateful. But deliberately saying something that you know is untrue is immoral, since it’s a lie. Who holds the moral high ground in America? Whoever tells the truth. Saying “Blacks commit a disproportionate amount of crime in America” is true. It is not hateful or immoral to say so — just the opposite, in fact: since crime is a very bad thing (sometimes it’s deadly), it’s your duty as a citizen to tell the truth about it. A bad citizen lies about Black crime. A good citizen is honest about Black crime. Which type of citizen are you? Good or bad?


[1] “truth” here means objective truth (genuine, provable, universal, without any biases), not “subjective truth”, i.e., “subjective truth” would mean each person has his own version of the truth, which, by the way, is a big part of leftist propaganda (the leftist will say, “there is no such thing as real truth because different people believe different things”; that is merely an attack on White science and White culture in general); so-called “subjective truth” isn’t really truth, it’s opinions and beliefs, which isn’t the same thing as genuine truth and the leftists know it. “A subjective truth is a truth based off of a person’s perspective, feelings, or opinions” — Wikipedia. Genuine truth is: a rock is hard, ice cream is soft, water is wet, fire is hot, etc. Universal and provable facts are truth. (So, if you want to occupy the moral high ground, the next time your wife asks you, “does this dress make me look fat?”, you should tell the truth and say “well, honey, every dress you own makes you look fat!” :-) )

  • One Response to “More About the Moral High Ground”

    1. The Red Skull Says:

      My Moral High Ground is a plastic empty bag .
      Theres not a spec of White Guilt in it at all.