Dorianism and Western Devadom

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Western “civilization” has never qualified as true civilization—it’s always just been Spartan-style slave-making versus Athenian-style slave-making (which fundamentally rests on Spartan-style slave-making.)  Spartan and Athenian-style slave-makers are still present.  Harper and Trudeau voting in Bill C-51 was an extension of their desire to maintain oppression for others and control for the slave-makers.

Dorianism (Spartan-style slave-making) includes both sophism as well as physical Spartanism. Western Devadom (Athenian-style slave-making) fundamentally rests on Dorianism and takes advantage of playing “good cop” to the Dorian “bad cop” while still enjoying all the privileges of being a fundamentally “bad cop” underneath it all.  Athenian-style slave-makers pathologically use the tactic of sticking extremely close to Dorianism in all fields and sectors of society, but giving everything a tiny tweak or adjustment to impart an air of liberalism and progressiveness (that isn’t actually there.)  Western Devadom is Dorianism with a phoney-liberal makeover.

For example, Justin Trudeau voted in favour of Bill C-51 but said he would make a few tiny adjustments.  That way, he creates the appearance of liberalism while maintaining the same basic oppression.

The phoney-democracy of the Athenians was used to cover up what Athenian society fundamentally rested on: elitism, oppression, and slave-making.  The Athenian slave-owners wanted democracy for themselves, a minority elite that excluded women and slaves.  Free speech in the West was largely pushed through by the Western Deva-types (phoney-liberals/Athenian-style slave-makers) because the “masters” wanted the ability to say anything they wanted.  For example, Voltaire defended free speech not because he wanted to support that which was morally right, but to serve his own elitist self-interest.  Not surprisingly, Voltaire defended slavery.

The ability to vote in parliamentary elections and rights like free speech have been extended to include women and all citizens.  There are no longer any slaves (formally speaking—wage-slavery still exists but there are no people formally categorized as slaves.)  Athenian slave-makers aren’t truly interested in democracy or free speech, just slave-making.  Thus, now that representative democracy and free speech are getting in the way of slave-making, they want to suppress even that.

If Voltaire was alive today, he would support oppressive measures like Bill C-51 which suppress free speech.  Men like Voltaire don’t truly care about free speech except for themselves and other slave-makers.

Heroism

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This is what happens when you let all the frauds and phonies trick you into thinking that you are one yourself:

what trickster said

all law springs from lawlessness
all order springs from discontent
 
it’s a double hook
and there’s a policeman in my head

paid from the rich man’s pocket
to keep the poor man’s politics

from spilling over the dam

                  via

Jon Parsons

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      And this is what happens when you start believing in yourself again: …

 

 via JonParsons.ca

       …remembering that the truly wicked don’t ever question themselves or hang their heads in shame.  They’re deepest pathology is to trick society into thinking they are decent people and they do it without questioning such things.
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       Guilt is still useful.  But, in my opinion, people are supposed to experience it, have it guide or redeem their actions, and then let it go.  It’s not healthy to ruminate or be consumed by it.
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In the past, when a conservative faction like the one “led” by George W. Bush behaved too aggressively outright, the “antidote” was for a “softer” liberal faction to come into power, gain popularity and give the false impression that they have made things right again only by padding all the brutality with lip-service to humanitarianism.  This is the way it was in India during British occupation.  However, nearing the end of Britain’s rule in India, we also began seeing problems that false-liberalism couldn’t fix.

Right now, Obama and the liberals are showing us they may be the more aggressive and less honest faction in reality.  The current conservatives aren’t going to be any “softer.”

Again, it’ll be interesting to see what transpires from here on out.

(Amy Chua had no problem expounding on this conservative-liberal pendulum-swing that accompanies the demise of a hegemon in her book “Day of Empire.” Ironically (and perhaps not so ironically,) Chua herself is archetypal of this type of fake-liberalism and intellectualism.  She only discussed this scenario in relation to British India and made absolutely no mention of any US imperialistic crimes in the same book.  How will she discuss this problem for contemporary Western society when she is a part of the problem herself?

See: The Daily Servant of Power: Amy Chua)