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 Post subject: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:54 pm 
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"Look around you and all you see is pure and unadulterated hypocrisy. It is everywhere — omnipresent, omnipotent, even omniscient," writes Sudhansu Mohanty.

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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 4:11 pm 
Corruption of Politics is in full swing here in the United States where a Socialist government has successfully grabbed over 1/6th of the economy and is hell-bent on destroying it. Already, the Obama Administration is making noises to pass Cap and Trade - a meaningless effort for environmentalism but a huge step toward yet more government regulation of business and industry. Anyone who stands in the way of this utterly corrupt administration is smeared as a racist, homophobe, bigot or violent maniac.
The only hope we have to stop this administration from passing Cap and Trade for America is that Climategate grows larger every day and people are waking up to the money-driven lie that is the Environmentalist movement.


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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 5:36 pm 
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Van Halen wrote:
Corruption of Politics is in full swing here in the United States where a Socialist government has successfully grabbed over 1/6th of the economy and is hell-bent on destroying it. Already, the Obama Administration is making noises to pass Cap and Trade - a meaningless effort for environmentalism but a huge step toward yet more government regulation of business and industry. Anyone who stands in the way of this utterly corrupt administration is smeared as a racist, homophobe, bigot or violent maniac.
The only hope we have to stop this administration from passing Cap and Trade for America is that Climategate grows larger every day and people are waking up to the money-driven lie that is the Environmentalist movement.


Strikes me that Obama would be very much at home in Indian political circles.

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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 3:44 am 
Flashes of HL Mencken's preface to 'The American Credo'

"Moreover, this gradual (and, of late, rapidly progressive) decay of freedom goes almost without challenge; the American has grown so accustomed to the denial of his constitutional rights and to the minute regulation of his conduct by swarms of spies, letter-openers, informers and agents provocateurs that he no longer makes any serious protest."

"It is surely a significant fact that, in the face of the late almost incredible proceedings under the so-called Espionage Act ....or from a small group of professional libertarians, chiefly naturalized aliens."

"It is, in brief, this: that the thing which sets off the American from all other men, and gives a peculiar colour not only to the pattern of his daily life but also to the play of his inner ideas, is what, for want of a more exact term, may be called social aspiration. That is to say, his dominant passion is a passion to lift himself by at least a step or two in the society that he is a part of—a passion to improve his position, ..."


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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:07 am 
Mencken is probably right. Such is the reptilian nature of the human condition.

But don't forget: it was the Yanks who properly blessed the world with a clear recognition of one's God-given, Darwinian freedom. That American spirit isn't dead. It's alive in all of us — it's English to the core. Those pond-hopping bastards were lucky enough to taste then win freedom outside the immediate clutches of tyrannical cnuts.

That's the way I see it — they grabbed their chance, and fortune favoured them.

Notwithstanding our current govt titty-bound predelictions, it isn't dead in England either, from whence it came.

PLEASE NOTE: I do not regard Indians as an enemy, unless of course they are mooslimes—everyone's enemy. But I do wish they'd leave England. We are not them and they are not us. India ridded itself, rightly in my view, of its intrusion of the 'other'. Our job is to rid England of the alien, diversoid rest.

Otherwise... otherwise...

Some of your posts are OK.


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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:05 am 
Sudhansu Mohanty wrote:

"People in position are respected, even feted — this regardless of their feet bogged in clay and their hands in the till.
Make no mistake — this cocktail is headier than any potent combine of the spirits. Take the issue of networking. Close to two decades ago I worked with a senior officer whose only claim to fame was to show the path of how not to work in government; he was indeed the apotheosis of this craft. He did no work, didn’t have the inclination to, but somehow “managed” to sail through. To be fair to him though he was an excellent networker who hosted lavish parties and managed to get invited to parties thrown by the powers-that-be. I wasn’t surprised in the least when he went up and up the slithery path to occupy enviable posts in the government of India."

This is like that somewhat nasty one liner from H.L. Mencken (again); "Those who can, do; and those who can't, teach." I am not sure that it is altogether true in the case of teachers, although there has been a political culture pervading the training colleges since the 1960's, which could be argued has led to dangerous consequences for much of our youth.

It does seem to be the general case in the realm of UK politics though, and it seems to have become endemic with the socialist government led by that politician that I believe Churchill described as being "full of hidden shallows"... Clement Attlee. The less they know about the real world, the more they want to control it and everyone in it. And the less they know about the real world, the more they use their very capable networking skills to manoeuvre into positions of executive power, and tragically, they do it before the world around them has realised what nincompoops they are.


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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:02 am 
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Stephen Jenner wrote:
The less they know about the real world, the more they want to control it and everyone in it...


Yea! That's right ... they are not trying to control the real world, as it exists. They are dealing with an imaginary construct ... a bit like the warmists computer models. If they had they first idea of what the real world was about, they would know that it could not be controlled.

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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 5:41 pm 
In the United States, we must add arrogance to hypocrisy. It is true if Obama says it is true, regardless of the facts. "You're wrong. I'm right. Don't confuse me with truth!" If any violence occurs over force-fed socialism, he is culpable.


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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:23 pm 
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TimHulsey wrote:
In the United States, we must add arrogance to hypocrisy...


The two so often go together ... Pachauri is a past master at it.

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 Post subject: Re: An international epidemic
PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:18 am 
Archer:
Some of your posts are ok too. ;)

I think you've (and perhaps many others) had your experience of Indians or other brown people spoiled thoroughly by the fetishism of diversity and multiculturalism that infests the landscape. I would despise the diversoids if I were in your position too simply to spite the multiculturalists. I dont what kind of hole official Britain seems to have dug itself with this. All my friends who were in UK for signicant periods of time seem to be happy to be out of there. I try to be a 'camp of one' when dealing with other 'peoples'.

*I* do not believe the UK had any significant contribution to libertarian thinking. What was Britain doing when America birthed Emerson and Mencken? Is mercantilism a British invention? Britain for me is Shakespeare and John Henry Patterson.

I hear Jeremy Clarkson is much respected. That is so pathetic.

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