Today’s servant of power is:
Don’t waste your time trying to sort out the incomprehensible language academics consciously and subconsciously try to employ to exhaust and exclude the common person. If academics can’t make themselves intelligible to the common man, they can be ignored. It’s as simple as that.
If they can’t make themselves intelligible to the common man, they probably don’t understand what they are saying well enough themselves.
I haven’t watched FOX since the first American X-Factor and I NEVER watch FOX news.
First of all: yes, I’m aware half of my posts are “why I hate Samantha Power” or “…my friend, Jon…” (most likely redolent of Nina and her “friend Binnie” from Just Shoot Me.) Having said that:
While I was looking up dirt on Samantha Power, I stumbled across the following:
I was so shocked watching this – almost speechless. The shock and indignation that speaker displays over the idea of protecting the Palestinians from Israeli aggression and the way they portray Samantha Power as someone who actually speaks up for Middle-Easterners outside of wiping them out in order to liberate them…
It’s like living in the twilight zone.
My stance on Samantha Power:
Article by Noam Chomsky:
Soon Samantha Power will push for American military intervention in Canada and Sweden to “help” us.
In the past, someone like Samantha Power would not have been judged for her crimes until long after her death.
John Stuart Mill supported the British raping of India for humanitarian reasons · arguing that the Indian people were no better than animals and, thus, required hegemonic subordination in order to be helped and civilized.
Nowadays, an interesting dynamic has emerged where the intellectual class, whose biological niche is to give humanitarian precedence for ruthless imperialism, are being judged in their current era by a rising faction of independents from different sectors of society (including more honest sectors of academia itself.) It’ll be interesting to see where things go from here as a result.
Samantha Power deceives people by guilt-tripping them into thinking they must support “humanitarian” intervention as if there is any true humanitarianism at all.