Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Time to play offense

one of the things moderates and Conservatives do wrong in the ideological arena is we spend way too much time on responding to idiocy from the far left. I think it is time we go out and take the fight to the enemy.

On another blog a Native American Communist is famous for his blame America and capitalism rants. I asked himwho killed and persecuted the Miskito indians. The result was no comment and a change of topic. I asked the same question and got a dodge. I pointed out the dodge and the commie has not been seen on the board.

Moral of this example know the crimes of the far left ( Not liberals B) and stay on top. Stick to your point and if need be go into Coulter mode. Have no mercy for traitors and members of the blood thirsty members of the cult of death.

Learn from Briendel and do not hesitate to call a Commie a Commie. The far left throws terms around all day so do not feel bad.

Remember it is rare that you will encounter a jihadist and anyone reading Always on the Watch or Liberty and Culture sould be ready by now. Let us focus on the Chomskyites and the Answer crowd. The relitive ease of dismantling the far left will be dealt with in the next post.

Rule one stay on topic and do not let the Commies move the issue.

17 comments:

Mr. Ducky said...

Hey Beak, how do you play this game?

"Who freed the jews from enslavement by the Babylonians?"

The naswer is the Persians (Iranians).
Doesn't that mean you have to kiss the ayatollah's arse?

Let me know how you play the game...it seems to have something to do with assigning fault in the vortex of history. Its dumb but maybe if you explained the rules it would make sense.

Remember, I am reason. I am here to help you.

Mr. Ducky said...

Beak, do you mean Briendel or Braudel?

I have , of course, read braudel. Brilliant historian whose influence is still extensive. Socialist of course.

Is there a center for the study of Briendel's papers? I think you are getting a very one sided look at history.

I'm here to help.

Anonymous said...

As you can see from mr. ducky's example, if you want to go on "offense" you need to move into "enemy territory" and "engage".

-FJ

Anonymous said...

Of, I almost forgot to mention, you've gor to "duck" moving back to "defense" as much as possible.

;-)

FJ

Mr. Ducky said...

Well Farmer, Beak has to take some responsibility. He mentions the Miskito indians....not a pretty event.

Of course fascists were killing a quarter million peasants in Guatemala and our man Negroponte was right in the middle of it. Colon Blow Powell was part of that coverup also. I was proud of lacal South Boston street kid, Joe Moakley who finalyy broke up that crap. kerry did a good job on the Moakley commission also.

So you see, it's tough thinking you can walk through history with clean hands. Beak claims to have found a way but you would have to be a fool to buy into that very dangerous lie.

Anonymous said...

I see mr. ducky, that you did not waste your time reading Nietzsche's "Use and Abuse of History for Life". For he does point out one way to accomplish that dangerous and seemingly impossible lie.

And so, by your very own admission ("it's tough thinking you can walk through history with clean hands"), you must agree that Gravity's Rainbow is simply a pipe dream. For Chapter two requires "forgetfullness" - Ghoering's holiday.

You also deny the possibility of redemption. from the American Heritage Dictionary...Redemption:

1. The act of redeeming or the condition of having been redeemed. 2. Recovery of something pawned or mortgaged. 3. The payment of an obligation, as a government's payment of the value of its bonds. 4. Deliverance upon payment of ransom; rescue. 5. Christianity Salvation from sin through Jesus's sacrifice.

And so the "project" of the Left will simply require another "project" of the Right, for the venture requires too many lies and Phase 4 of the "Rainbow Project" will expose them.

And so Ixion's wheel takes another spin. All for naught. Vanitas.

-FJ

Anonymous said...

Another billion deaths to be placed upon the altar of an utopian "ideal". Social Justice.

Perhaps as Isaiah Berlin says in his NY Review of Book's special supplement essay...

http://www.nybooks.com/articles/10391

"But it is not this that has shocked Western feeling. Nor can it be only Machiavelli's "realism" or his advocacy of brutal or unscrupulous or ruthless politics that has so deeply upset so many later thinkers and driven some of them to explain or explain away his advocacy of force and fraud. The fact that the wicked are seen to flourish or that wicked courses appear to pay has never been very remote from the consciousness of mankind. The Bible, Herodotus, Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle—to take only some of the fundamental works of Western culture—the characters of Jacob or Joshua, Samuel's advice to Saul, Thucydides' Melian dialogue or his account of at least one ferocious but rescinded Athenian resolution, the philosophies of Thrasymachus and Callicles, Aristotle's more cynical advice in The Politics, and, after these, Carneades' speeches to the Roman Senate as described by Cicero, Augustine's view of the secular state from one vantage point, and Marsilio's from another—all these had cast enough light on political realities to shock the credulous and na├»ve out of uncritical idealism."

Have you read Machiavelli? Perhaps you could take a shortcut to the conclusion and simply read Isaiah Berlin's collection of essays rejecting Idealism entitled "The Crooked Timber of Humanity".


-FJ

Mr. Ducky said...

No Farmer, I read The Discourses. The Prince doesn't interest me too much. Machiavelli supplies wise counsel but only to indicate the type of gutter behavior the Prince must indulge...clearly Machiavelli favored a Republic.

Do I think Strauss was wrong about Machiavelli? I think Starauss was wrong about just about everything.

Anonymous said...

How about Berlin? He's the anti-Strauss. The "last" classical liberal.

By the way, did you happen to read Titus Livy's actual "Ab Urbe Condita" before reading Machiavelli's Discourses? You really shoulda.

I actually read Strauss's commentaries on the Discourses. His analysis would make Gravity's Rainbow seem like a childish imitation of the classical philosophic style. For who does the author contradict? Himself?

And just out of curiosity, do you think it the purpose of government to what is morally "good" or "evil", and if you think it is to do what is morally "good" like fighting wars and frying murderers, then why can't the people just do THAT themselves? Why do they need "government" to do it?

-FJ

beakerkin said...

Hey Ducko

Does that Guatemalan figure include people impressed into commie guerilla bands funded by Havana and Moscow. Nothing approached the hypocritical Democrats durring the time period holding tea parties for Ortega while he was masacring Indians and set fire to a temple in Managua with the Jews inside. I confronted the late Rep Ted Wiess at Baruch. He had no answers Commies never do.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

It's easy to move through history with clean hands.

Stay in the tank.

Warren said...

Beak said:
"Does that Guatemalan figure include people impressed into commie guerilla bands funded by Havana and Moscow. Nothing approached the hypocritical Democrats durring the time period holding tea parties for Ortega while he was masacring Indians and set fire to a temple in Managua with the Jews inside. I confronted the late Rep Ted Wiess at Baruch. He had no answers Commies never do.

[sarcasm]That's different Beak, they were resisting liberation from capitalism![/sarcasm]

The duck says that if you want salvation, you have to come to Karl!

He's only here to help!

LMAO

Mr. Ducky said...

Stay in the tank Beamish...except their are stacking triple anti-tanks with a new detonator that isn't jammable.

There you go, you fucked.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Stay in the tank Beamish...except their are stacking triple anti-tanks with a new detonator that isn't jammable.

There you go, you fucked.


It's hard to put bombs under tanks when you're glowing in the dark.

Mr. Ducky said...

Oh Beamish, I go wild when you try to act butch.

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

I know you do, Ducky. I just wish you'd keep your homosexuality to yourself.

Blog World said...

A dying man needs to die, as a sleepy man needs to sleep, and there comes a time when it is wrong, as well as useless, to resist.
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