Behind the headlines

While Julia, Longrider, so many other authors and I bang on ad infinitum about the PCishness gripping society, newspaper headlines are employed to underscore and reinforce the ills:

US overcomes the crisis as UK sinks into the swamp

So we’re all meant to lapse into despondency.

Rule N1 – never believe what they’re trying to put over you – this is psychological warfare and the first step in combatting that is to identify the enemy, his agenda and his weapons. For a start, it’s BS that America has overcome its crisis. A visit to Jesse, Karl or Zero Hedge are sufficient to put that back in its box. In fact, they’re heading for the big one over there.

Secondly, it is true that on the whole, the U.S. does tend to attack crises in a more gung-ho way than we do – after all, we’ve been reduced to simpering wimps and ditherers, incompetent and insecure in our place in the world. That’s as a society, mind, not in the case of many individuals on the right or libertarian side.

One of the reasons I ‘genderize’ in posts and go on about ‘left’ and ‘right’ is sheer orneriness – we’re told not to do so – so I do try to do the opposite and b**g*r up their game as much as possible. Every construct put up by the PTB we can treat as false in the first instance, until proven to hold at least some water. Everything the PCists/socialists/feminists/matriarchists do inevitably goes wrong as it’s always uncannily based on false first premises and therefore results in failure:

Nanny-state fails to stop binge drinking

Of course it fails to stop it – the causes have nothing to do with anything the NHS or Westminster can deal with.  Night follows day. Every forward planning decision these days seems based on lunacy, e.g.

Councils will be handed £5bn to combat obesity: Lansley signals public health revolution after decade of neglect

There is a definite matriarchal pall over our society and over Europe as a whole with all the nannying and infantilization – the word matriarchal here does not refer to rule by women per se [although look at the whole parachutee issue] but rather rule in a way which emphasizes the slant of the Feminin, e.g. someone will miss out, someone is not being nurtured, e.g. the crim’s human rights might be infringed, the minority might be offended, elfansafetee is chagrined that someone might get hurt if he tries to do something, e.g. play conkers.

We need to get it out of our heads that ‘matriarchal’ here means weak or even that it means benign. It’s an extreme at one end of the scale, with patriarchy at the other end, e.g. Hitler, Franco, Stalin and just like left and right, it’s probably truer to see it as a circle, with patriarchy and matriarchy close to each other at one point on the circumference, let’s say ‘in the extreme hemisphere’. It’s bad for both a family and a society to become either patriarchal or matriarchal because it skews things and the one fashionably attacked today is the patriarchal:

When men go to war, blame their sex drive: Males evolved to be ‘aggressive to outsiders’

… and:

Male sex drive causes hostility

The Matriarchal needs equal condemnation and I’m one of the few pundits attacking it as such, which obviously invites misplaced accusations of misogyny and/or insecurity by those who can’t see the patriarchy/matriarchy dichotomy in socio-political terms. It’s not a personal comment on anyone we know and like.

And let’s deal with this “insecurity’ thing and its running mate “inadequacy”. Insecure means having a fear of possible or imagined consequences or a fear that something undesirable ‘might’ happen so we need to legislate on every aspect of people’s lives, just in case there ‘might be’ a hidden danger somewhere. All at huge expense to the taxpayer and paying some bureaucrats massive salaries and ultimate sweetheart payouts when it fails miserably.

Going back to this blog and what it and many others are exposing, it’s hardly imagined consequences we’re talking about. There’s nothing imagined about it – it’s there in black and white. The state creep into our lives, the rise of female infidelity and one parent homes as a career move on the dole, the new utter irresponsibility of the male who’s basically saying f*** you to what’s happening around him, the assault on smoking and drinking – it’s all pressing down on us and we’re being robbed blind by idiots in positions of power who insist on pissing money down the loo on inanities which have nothing whatever to do with the state:

NHS has paid for ‘gender-confused’ children to have puberty-delaying jabs… so they can have sex changes when they’re older

FFS! The patriarchal view is ‘let ’em all fend for themselves’, the matriarchal is ‘quick, let’s get legislation in place to combat imagined social ills’.

The real answer is to get the hell out of this area, for people to rediscover their sanity on such matters, to do some bloody exercise and eat better to get rid of the obesity, to let children grow up as kids without any ideological brainwashing and certainly no sexualization or sexual education except by parents and the university of life and for parents to pull the finger out and take up their responsibilities in the two parent family.

I mean, these things stand out a mile, so why is it so difficult for so many on the other side of politics to understand? The answer is in the drip drip of brainwashing over a long period now.

More families set to lose their homes as squeeze bites deeper

What sort of lunatic government slashes household incomes, hikes taxes and lets the utilities companies crucify the ordinary citizen as a way to kick-start an economy? Not to mention VAT. The answer is that an emasculated, wastrel government run from Brussels does this. And what’s the net result of all the loving, matriarchal care, concern and enforced tolerance, thought policing and let’s all be nice to each other at taxpayer’s expense?

Social workers feel powerless to protect neglected children

Yep – absolutely zero result in the positive and considerable success in the negative. Everyone blogging in our burgeoning area of the sphere [it’s not just a few loony rightwingnuts – it’s society wide now, maybe 60-70% of the society] knows what has to be done. The leftists, Westminster, local councils, Common Purpose and Brussels seem either to have no concept what has to be done, don’t wish to know, are resisting common sense with all their negative, one-size-fits-all, buzzword-spitting might …

Or else there is a global agenda and we are, de facto, caught up in particularly vicious, silent war.

10 comments for “Behind the headlines

  1. January 23, 2012 at 8:34 am

    Nuke the buggers….it’s sinking into the mud anyway.

  2. David
    January 23, 2012 at 8:36 am

    “What sort of lunatic government slashes household incomes, hikes taxes and lets the utilities companies crucify the ordinary citizen as a way to kick-start an economy?”

    It isn’t about kick starting the economy. It’s about adhering to the NWO’s game plan of transferring the wealth of successful, white Western nations to unsuccessful, screwed up brown ones. It’s for the greater good you know.

    We’re in a time of global wealth redistribution so don’t espect any English government to do what’s best for English men and women.

  3. January 23, 2012 at 8:48 am

    The real answer is … to let children grow up as kids without any ideological brainwashing

    Well said! The highly differentiated clothing and toys on sale today – purely the result of maximised marketing opportunities – mean that genuine cases of gender dysphoria have to be painstakingly distinguished from those whose tastes merely don’t match the norm; a difficult and lengthy process for all and one of the reasons for the high proportion of ‘fakse positives’.

  4. Moggsy
    January 23, 2012 at 11:01 am

    But it is true that the UK government is still increasing the UK’s debt every day. Not so fast as under the socialists for sure, but for all the talk about cuts all that they really mean is the UK is getting deeper into debt a bit more slowly than it was before.

    Better keep that AAA rating polished.

    Plus the UK has the EU albatross hanging round it’s neck. Maybe it would have been better to keep more faith with and kept up trade better with the Commonwealth.

    The US is in a good position because of the position of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. It’s balance of payments with China is not so good. Also the US Government needs to keep an eye on it’s budget being agreed in advance and that means proper cuts, or it will have trouble passing.

    • nemesis
      January 23, 2012 at 11:47 pm

      “The US is in a good position because of the position of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.” – but for how long?

      • Moggsy
        January 24, 2012 at 7:45 am

        Little in life is certain but unless there is more internal brinkmanship going too far politics over the budget scares people badly probably not unless something bigger and much better than the dollar comes along. It has momentum.

          • Moggsy
            January 25, 2012 at 12:07 pm

            I think you are hoping for some sort of de facto or maybe gold bullion standard, maybe with a hint of ‘that’ll teach the US’ also working away there underneath?.

            Well settlement currency does not = reserve currency, they can be the same currency but they are different things and a settlement currency does not need to be any particular currency.

            The Euro is used as a settlement currency. How scary is that just now?

            There are strains trying to match any currency against gold, a bit like what happened to the UK when it was trying to fit with the European exchange rate mechanism.

            Speculation forced it off that like many countries were forced off the gold bullion standard it in the early 1930s.

            Some people argue that trying to stay with gold actually damaged economies and helped prolong and deepen the great depression.

            I figure stupid governments helped a lot too.

            Partly also in the 30s France was messing with the UK and US markets to try to make Paris a world financial centre Like New York and London and reduce their influence. France did some sabotage to the dollar/gold exchange standard in the 1970s to reduce US influence.

            You gotta love the French. What were they saying about the UK triple A rating? Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose…

            A currency connection to Gold and precious metals are good to help limit inflation, but you can’t expand the money supply to take care of more stuff going on if you are fixed with it. Plus the value of gold goes down as well as up.

  5. Tattyfalarr
    January 23, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    Create problem, ride in as saviour, population grateful and eager to please. Simple innit. 😐

    • January 23, 2012 at 5:42 pm

      It seems to work, doesn’t it?

      “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”
      – H. L. Mencken

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