The Charmed Loop of Didactic Incitement

Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 03:56.

There is no apparent way out, as one proves that the cruelty of didactic incitement is justified no matter what recourse is taken:

The Charmed Loop of Didactic Incitement

There are some infamous command paradoxes in psychology:

“Be spontaneous”,

“Disobey me.”

Be a Man! would seem to be yet another form, as the one taking orders is not really in power, not really a man, are they?

I would like to submit the hypothesis that when one is not in a sufficiently powerful position that they are susceptible to a charmed loop of didactic incitement. Unlike the classic paradox (para-doxia - two faces), this one seems to split four-way and may more characteristically unfold over time.

Nevertheless, there is no apparent way out, as one proves that the abuse of didactic incitement is justified no matter what recourse is taken:

1. One is a Wimp if they do nothing in response:

The abuse is justified as one proves their own ineffectiveness

2. A Pig if they respond directly:

One justifies the abuse as they reveal their primitive self-interest and lack of restraint.

3. A Dupe if they try to reason and bargain with the inciter:

One justifies the abuse in this case and they risk the hideous result of sharing the best they have with the person(s) treating them the worst.

Forms of having the “10 taken” in a prisoner’s dilemma scenario come into play.

4. A Permanent Puerile Initiate:

The instigator(s)/others can always treat the abuse as a “lesson.”…and one may be left with little choice but to treat the didactic incitement as an experience not that bad at worst or even a necessary lesson, thereby justifying the abuse in this case also.

..hence, the charmed loop of “didactic incitement.”

I’d like to give the readership a clue: It is probably not an impossible situation for the “victim” in most cases – at least not if granted some time. However, that is a benefit to posting on a thread that takes comments – neither am I pretending to have all of the answers - rather, adjustments and insights are welcome.




Posted by Bouree on Tue, 08 Jan 2013 11:31 | #


Posted by DanielS on Tue, 08 Jan 2013 12:00 | #

Humor would be one way out, I suppose - now lets try for something that actually is funny..


Posted by Suburban_elk on Sat, 12 Jan 2013 13:14 | #

the cruelty of didactic incitement

easy there


Posted by Suburban_elk on Sat, 12 Jan 2013 13:20 | #

this post is very good


Posted by John Thomas on Thu, 24 Jan 2013 11:24 | #

On Occidental Dissent two posters on Hanging Out With White Mormons equate me with JIM JONES and Cool Aid. Terrible Tommy is right: FREEDOM COMES THRU BLOOD, NOT PAPER. I hope Pastor Martin Lindstedt gives you a good post. We live in the Dark Ages for the White Man. The Ladder Days are HELL:  Joseph Smith and Brigham Young had it right. Young started Deseret—A White State and it got stopped by the Judeo Masons by outlawing Poligamy and making Utah A State. When I talk about a WHITE MORMON HOUSE OF YAHWEH….it really stirs up the pot…  What Martin Lindstedt preaches and my idea of White Mormon House of Yahweh really gets the intellectuals gabbing..Hail Victory…JOHN THOMAS


Posted by DanielS. on Thu, 24 Jan 2013 13:41 | #

Well, TT may have said that, but he has been through a great deal of “paper” i.e., books and other printed words. I don’t think he is telling anybody to be foolish and ignorant - and he is definitely not advocating any form of Christianity, Identity or otherwise.

However, germane to the post, incitement to Christianity has seemed to hold people in a dilemma: either you reject Christianity and you appear (to some, anyway) as a Jew or Jewish agent, or you adopt Christianity and you treat a Jew as your master and identify with Jews to a significant extent (if not assuming their identity as your own in truth, as Christianity Identity does).

In any form, it is a religion which has many Jewish ingredients. The immersion and identification with Jewish narratives (the OT is mostly Jewish Nationalism) leaves practitioners susceptible to Jewish machinations, perhaps largely because they are overly sympathetic to its subject matter which is entwined with the Jewish religion’s purposes, gods, dragons and demons; and the New Testament, in particular, approves of no way to actively fight back against those machinations.

However, as means for fighting against a hegemony which would exploit didactic incitement, the forming of moral orders in alliance against the hegemony is certainly a likely means to regain power in defense - to overcome the perniciously reconstructing effect that it would have against individuals, especially.


Posted by John Thomas on Thu, 24 Jan 2013 14:19 | #

Terrible Tommys Lone Wolf Tactics are excellent. Many White Warriors have been Dual Seedline Christian Identity like BRUCE PIERCE and David Tate. Gordon Kahl was an old time Mormon. The original Mormons had alot of good things. Many Wives and children—-like Warren Jeffs. Jeffs is not Dual Seeline Christian Identity but has good points by living it. Wonder what will be said about Pastor Martin Lindstedt and what he teaches. He talks about the implosion of Babylon The Third and Final and what WHIGGERS are, Mamzers, Anglo Metizos and so on. He also has 10000 Warlords Program. His advice is to get off radar with family and friends. And LET NATURE TAKES ITS COURSE…This is the Dark Ages for Whitey—-Ladder Days are hell….Jewish Christanity is crap——White Adamic Christianity is the opposing force. Judeo Masonry is all over the place…..and they are loyal to Rothchilds THE CROWN. In fact—we are all SUBJECTS to these snakes… Think you will be goody good drum drop and change things..I dont think so…Anyway, thanks for letting me post. is a good site. I agree with Martin this is good…with alot of views…


Posted by DanielS. on Thu, 24 Jan 2013 15:44 | #

There are people who have ways of interpreting Christianity that has it in alignment with White interests. Pastor Robb, a Christian Identity pastor, was surprisingly reasonable in interview.

Lindstedt was entertaining to listen to as well, though of course I don’t agree with him either.

I have a close Christian friend.* People can have sophisticated ways of managing interpretation of the texts. You’d have to be pretty creative in your understanding to make Christianity work in reality. Though that route is not for me and I take a position in defense of those who do not find Christianity helpful.

* He tells a couple allegories: one being that Jesus was ironically was not troubled by secular folks, but by the religious peoples and rules; that he had to throw off these rules in order to establish their meta-truth.

In another story, a man teaches the people of northern Europe to make fire; eventually they kill the man; build a religion to him, but forget how to build fire - hence their relation to the teacher but not the lesson.

Fine and good story, but there are too many traps and there is too much self and group abnegation in the religion for me to endorse it.


Posted by DanielS on Sat, 26 Jan 2013 16:52 | #

For the record, since I have mentioned TT and Tom Robb in the same comment:

I had remembered a Pastor Robb interview and he seemed like an affable fellow.

I had forgotten that TT is at stark odds with him in particular because Robb had apparently denounced The Order as having gotten what they deserved.


Posted by DanieS on Wed, 27 Feb 2013 04:00 | #

“I’ve finally found it
I’m feeling my way all around it
I’m going to surround it

Soon everything’s going to be fine
Hey hey
I can do what I say

I’m lost in a sweet dream
I’m living on chocolate ice cream
I’m letting off my steam

Now everything’s going to be fine
High high
I think I’ll learn how to fly

I went for the rental
Those costumes were so continental
How coincidental

They said everything would be fine
Ho ho
I think I’m ready to go, go, go”...


Posted by Joe on Fri, 26 Apr 2013 15:14 | #

Looks like some “Charmed Loop of Didactic Incitement” will coming our way for awhile as I honestly connected Communist Jews to the Dasein hippie’s “Antiwar Movement” and the hippie’s “Cultural Revolution” of the 1960’s. Now they’re going to drag Hitler into the story to muddy the waters, to immerse us in the middle of Hegelian Dialectics to further muddy the waters even more.

About Jew Commies in the 1960’s :

If link doesn’t work :

” When Abbie Met Jerry pdf “

About how the Jew Commies use the blacks as weapons and tools against whites, and use the blacks as pawns to further the Jew Commie agenda :

Search Terms will access a lot more info about the Jew Commie role in the Anti-War Movement and the Cultural Revolution of the 1960’s ; They both go hand-in-hand and can not be separated as if there two different phenomena. They belong to same exact Dasein Cultural/Social/Political Revolution :

Search Terms :

” Communists In The Hippie Movement”

“Jewish Communists Of The 1960’s”

“Jews + The Anti-War Movement”

Now that the US military is totally controlled by Jews, and the US military is fighting wars totally for Israel’s benefit, I notice there’s no Jewish led anti-war movement as there was in the 1960’s.

  The Jews made such a big stink about being ALL about “peace, love, and understanding” during Vietnam—the Jews were Totally Anti-War during Vietnam— but now that the US military is fighting wars for Israel’s benefit, the Jews are not starting any anti-war movement ;

Quite opposite, the Jews are doing everything they can in the US to stomp on any kind of anti-war movement. Those who try to start an anti-war movement are put on the government “no-fly”  lists and are labeled “terrorists” by the Jews.

The Jews now—now that the US military is fighting wars for Israel’s benefit, and only Israel’s benefit—the Jews now are Totally Pro-War, and anyone who tries to start an anti-war movement is considered to be a terrorist, an enemy of the USA. The exact opposite of what the Jews were saying in the 1960’s :

In the 60’s, the Jews—the Jew “antiwar” leaders and the anti-war protesters—said, shouted,  and relentlessly proclaimed, the government was the enemy and the anti-war protesters were the true patriots. Now it’s the complete opposite, now that the Jews have complete control of the Pentagon, and the US military is fighting Israel’s wars for Israel’s Zionist Empire : Now the Jews who are “full of peace, love and understanding” are Totally PRO-WAR.



Posted by DanielS on Fri, 26 Apr 2013 15:19 | #

Stop spamming these threads, Jew.


Posted by Joe on Fri, 26 Apr 2013 16:06 | #

@ Graham Lister & DanielS

I’m not one to run away from debate ; And I also don’t stoop so low as to use the device of Didactic Incitement and/or Hegelian Dialectics. I say what I have to say in an honest and straight-forward manner, using source-references to back-up my opinions.

I shall give you both a chance to re-coup as it’s obvious you two can’t prove your points in a straight-forward, honest manner. I’ll give you both a chance to figure out how you’re going to proceed. I’ll be back to continue the debate at my discretion.


Posted by DanielS on Fri, 26 Apr 2013 16:24 | #

Joe, we do not want to “debate” you because you are not worth talking to.

Why does Tanstaafl also not want to talk with Joe? Because he clearly is not worth it.

Now this worthless piece of dog **** feels empowered to issue ultimatums.

Whoever is allowing Joe to comment here, it is a disservice.

He is just going to deluge every thread with this childish bullshit.

It cannot simply be ignored, he is cheapening and obfuscating discussion.

As he comments here, conversation gets diverted onto his bullshit and away from better considerations.


Posted by origins of PC on Fri, 23 Jan 2015 15:01 | #

The Origins of Political Correctness

February 5, 2000, Bill Lind

Where does all this stuff that you’ve heard about this morning – the victim feminism, the gay rights movement, the invented statistics, the rewritten history, the lies, the demands, all the rest of it – where does it come from? For the first time in our history, Americans have to be fearful of what they say, of what they write, and of what they think. They have to be afraid of using the wrong word, a word denounced as offensive or insensitive, or racist, sexist, or homophobic.

We have seen other countries, particularly in this century, where this has been the case. And we have always regarded them with a mixture of pity, and to be truthful, some amusement, because it has struck us as so strange that people would allow a situation to develop where they would be afraid of what words they used. But we now have this situation in this country. We have it primarily on college campuses, but it is spreading throughout the whole society. Were does it come from? What is it?

We call it “Political Correctness.” The name originated as something of a joke, literally in a comic strip, and we tend still to think of it as only half-serious. In fact, it’s deadly serious. It is the great disease of our century, the disease that has left tens of millions of people dead in Europe, in Russia, in China, indeed around the world. It is the disease of ideology. PC is not funny. PC is deadly serious.

If we look at it analytically, if we look at it historically, we quickly find out exactly what it is. Political Correctness is cultural Marxism. It is Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms. It is an effort that goes back not to the 1960s and the hippies and the peace movement, but back to World War I. If we compare the basic tenets of Political Correctness with classical Marxism the parallels are very obvious.

First of all, both are totalitarian ideologies. The totalitarian nature of Political Correctness is revealed nowhere more clearly than on college campuses, many of which at this point are small ivy covered North Koreas, where the student or faculty member who dares to cross any of the lines set up by the gender feminist or the homosexual-rights activists, or the local black or Hispanic group, or any of the other sainted “victims” groups that PC revolves around, quickly find themselves in judicial trouble. Within the small legal system of the college, they face formal charges – some star-chamber proceeding – and punishment. That is a little look into the future that Political Correctness intends for the nation as a whole.

Indeed, all ideologies are totalitarian because the essence of an ideology (I would note that conservatism correctly understood is not an ideology) is to take some philosophy and say on the basis of this philosophy certain things must be true – such as the whole of the history of our culture is the history of the oppression of women. Since reality contradicts that, reality must be forbidden. It must become forbidden to acknowledge the reality of our history. People must be forced to live a lie, and since people are naturally reluctant to live a lie, they naturally use their ears and eyes to look out and say, “Wait a minute. This isn’t true. I can see it isn’t true,” the power of the state must be put behind the demand to live a lie. That is why ideology invariably creates a totalitarian state.

Second, the cultural Marxism of Political Correctness, like economic Marxism, has a single factor explanation of history. Economic Marxism says that all of history is determined by ownership of means of production. Cultural Marxism, or Political Correctness, says that all history is determined by power, by which groups defined in terms of race, sex, etc., have power over which other groups. Nothing else matters. All literature, indeed, is about that. Everything in the past is about that one thing.

Third, just as in classical economic Marxism certain groups, i.e. workers and peasants, are a priori good, and other groups, i.e., the bourgeoisie and capital owners, are evil. In the cultural Marxism of Political Correctness certain groups are good – feminist women, (only feminist women, non-feminist women are deemed not to exist) blacks, Hispanics, homosexuals. These groups are determined to be “victims,” and therefore automatically good regardless of what any of them do. Similarly, white males are determined automatically to be evil, thereby becoming the equivalent of the bourgeoisie in economic Marxism.

Fourth, both economic and cultural Marxism rely on expropriation. When the classical Marxists, the communists, took over a country like Russia, they expropriated the bourgeoisie, they took away their property. Similarly, when the cultural Marxists take over a university campus, they expropriate through things like quotas for admissions. When a white student with superior qualifications is denied admittance to a college in favor of a black or Hispanic who isn’t as well qualified, the white student is expropriated. And indeed, affirmative action, in our whole society today, is a system of expropriation. White owned companies don’t get a contract because the contract is reserved for a company owned by, say, Hispanics or women. So expropriation is a principle tool for both forms of Marxism.

And finally, both have a method of analysis that automatically gives the answers they want. For the classical Marxist, it’s Marxist economics. For the cultural Marxist, it’s deconstruction. Deconstruction essentially takes any text, removes all meaning from it and re-inserts any meaning desired. So we find, for example, that all of Shakespeare is about the suppression of women, or the Bible is really about race and gender. All of these texts simply become grist for the mill, which proves that “all history is about which groups have power over which other groups.” So the parallels are very evident between the classical Marxism that we’re familiar with in the old Soviet Union and the cultural Marxism that we see today as Political Correctness.

But the parallels are not accidents. The parallels did not come from nothing. The fact of the matter is that Political Correctness has a history, a history that is much longer than many people are aware of outside a small group of academics who have studied this. And the history goes back, as I said, to World War I, as do so many of the pathologies that are today bringing our society, and indeed our culture, down.

Marxist theory said that when the general European war came (as it did come in Europe in 1914), the working class throughout Europe would rise up and overthrow their governments – the bourgeois governments – because the workers had more in common with each other across the national boundaries than they had in common with the bourgeoisie and the ruling class in their own country. Well, 1914 came and it didn’t happen. Throughout Europe, workers rallied to their flag and happily marched off to fight each other. The Kaiser shook hands with the leaders of the Marxist Social Democratic Party in Germany and said there are no parties now, there are only Germans. And this happened in every country in Europe. So something was wrong.

Marxists knew by definition it couldn’t be the theory. In 1917, they finally got a Marxist coup in Russia and it looked like the theory was working, but it stalled again. It didn’t spread and when attempts were made to spread immediately after the war, with the Spartacist uprising in Berlin, with the Bela Kun government in Hungary, with the Munich Soviet, the workers didn’t support them.

So the Marxists’ had a problem. And two Marxist theorists went to work on it: Antonio Gramsci in Italy and Georg Lukacs in Hungary. Gramsci said the workers will never see their true class interests, as defined by Marxism, until they are freed from Western culture, and particularly from the Christian religion – that they are blinded by culture and religion to their true class interests. Lukacs, who was considered the most brilliant Marxist theorist since Marx himself, said in 1919, “Who will save us from Western Civilization?” He also theorized that the great obstacle to the creation of a Marxist paradise was the culture: Western civilization itself.

Lukacs gets a chance to put his ideas into practice, because when the home grown Bolshevik Bela Kun government is established in Hungary in 1919, he becomes deputy commissar for culture, and the first thing he did was introduce sex education into the Hungarian schools. This ensured that the workers would not support the Bela Kun government, because the Hungarian people looked at this aghast, workers as well as everyone else. But he had already made the connection that today many of us are still surprised by, that we would consider the “latest thing.”


Posted by Origins of PC2 on Fri, 23 Jan 2015 15:04 | #

Part 2

The Origins of Political Correctness

February 5, 2000, Bill Lind

In 1923 in Germany, a think-tank is established that takes on the role of translating Marxism from economic into cultural terms, that creates Political Correctness as we know it today, and essentially it has created the basis for it by the end of the 1930s. This comes about because the very wealthy young son of a millionaire German trader by the name of Felix Weil has become a Marxist and has lots of money to spend. He is disturbed by the divisions among the Marxists, so he sponsors something called the First Marxist Work Week, where he brings Lukacs and many of the key German thinkers together for a week, working on the differences of Marxism.

And he says, “What we need is a think-tank.” Washington is full of think tanks and we think of them as very modern. In fact they go back quite a ways. He endows an institute, associated with Frankfurt University, established in 1923, that was originally supposed to be known as the Institute for Marxism. But the people behind it decided at the beginning that it was not to their advantage to be openly identified as Marxist. The last thing Political Correctness wants is for people to figure out it’s a form of Marxism. So instead they decide to name it the Institute for Social Research.

Weil is very clear about his goals. In 1971, he wrote to Martin Jay the author of a principle book on the Frankfurt School, as the Institute for Social Research soon becomes known informally, and he said, “I wanted the institute to become known, perhaps famous, due to its contributions to Marxism.” Well, he was successful. The first director of the Institute, Carl Grunberg, an Austrian economist, concluded his opening address, according to Martin Jay, “by clearly stating his personal allegiance to Marxism as a scientific methodology.” Marxism, he said, would be the ruling principle at the Institute, and that never changed.
The initial work at the Institute was rather conventional, but in 1930 it acquired a new director named Max Horkheimer, and Horkheimer’s views were very different. He was very much a Marxist renegade. The people who create and form the Frankfurt School are renegade Marxists. They’re still very much Marxist in their thinking, but they’re effectively run out of the party. Moscow looks at what they are doing and says, “Hey, this isn’t us, and we’re not going to bless this.”

Horkheimer’s initial heresy is that he is very interested in Freud, and the key to making the translation of Marxism from economic into cultural terms is essentially that he combined it with Freudism. Again, Martin Jay writes, “If it can be said that in the early years of its history, the Institute concerned itself primarily with an analysis of bourgeois society’s socio-economic sub-structure,” – and I point out that Jay is very sympathetic to the Frankfurt School, I’m not reading from a critic here – “in the years after 1930 its primary interests lay in its cultural superstructure. Indeed the traditional Marxist formula regarding the relationship between the two was brought into question by Critical Theory.”

The stuff we’ve been hearing about this morning – the radical feminism, the women’s studies departments, the gay studies departments, the black studies departments – all these things are branches of Critical Theory. What the Frankfurt School essentially does is draw on both Marx and Freud in the 1930s to create this theory called Critical Theory. The term is ingenious because you’re tempted to ask, “What is the theory?” The theory is to criticize. The theory is that the way to bring down Western culture and the capitalist order is not to lay down an alternative. They explicitly refuse to do that. They say it can’t be done, that we can’t imagine what a free society would look like (their definition of a free society). As long as we’re living under repression – the repression of a capitalistic economic order which creates (in their theory) the Freudian condition, the conditions that Freud describes in individuals of repression – we can’t even imagine it. What Critical Theory is about is simply criticizing. It calls for the most destructive criticism possible, in every possible way, designed to bring the current order down. And, of course, when we hear from the feminists that the whole of society is just out to get women and so on, that kind of criticism is a derivative of Critical Theory. It is all coming from the 1930s, not the 1960s.

Other key members who join up around this time are Theodore Adorno, and, most importantly, Erich Fromm and Herbert Marcuse. Fromm and Marcuse introduce an element which is central to Political Correctness, and that’s the sexual element. And particularly Marcuse, who in his own writings calls for a society of “polymorphous perversity,” that is his definition of the future of the world that they want to create. Marcuse in particular by the 1930s is writing some very extreme stuff on the need for sexual liberation, but this runs through the whole Institute. So do most of the themes we see in Political Correctness, again in the early 30s. In Fromm’s view, masculinity and femininity were not reflections of ‘essential’ sexual differences, as the Romantics had thought. They were derived instead from differences in life functions, which were in part socially determined.” Sex is a construct; sexual differences are a construct.

Another example is the emphasis we now see on environmentalism. “Materialism as far back as Hobbes had led to a manipulative dominating attitude toward nature.” That was Horkhemier writing in 1933 in Materialismus und Moral. “The theme of man’s domination of nature,” according to Jay, ” was to become a central concern of the Frankfurt School in subsequent years.” “Horkheimer’s antagonism to the fetishization of labor, (here’s were they’re obviously departing from Marxist orthodoxy) expressed another dimension of his materialism, the demand for human, sensual happiness.” In one of his most trenchant essays, Egoism and the Movement for Emancipation, written in 1936, Horkeimer “discussed the hostility to personal gratification inherent in bourgeois culture.” And he specifically referred to the Marquis de Sade, favorably, for his “protest…against asceticism in the name of a higher morality.”

How does all of this stuff flood in here? How does it flood into our universities, and indeed into our lives today? The members of the Frankfurt School are Marxist, they are also, to a man, Jewish. In 1933 the Nazis came to power in Germany, and not surprisingly they shut down the Institute for Social Research. And its members fled. They fled to New York City, and the Institute was reestablished there in 1933 with help from Columbia University. And the members of the Institute, gradually through the 1930s, though many of them remained writing in German, shift their focus from Critical Theory about German society, destructive criticism about every aspect of that society, to Critical Theory directed toward American society. There is another very important transition when the war comes. Some of them go to work for the government, including Herbert Marcuse, who became a key figure in the OSS (the predecessor to the CIA), and some, including Horkheimer and Adorno, move to Hollywood.


Posted by Origins of PC3 on Fri, 23 Jan 2015 15:06 | #


The Origins of Political Correctness

February 5, 2000, Bill Lind

These origins of Political Correctness would probably not mean too much to us today except for two subsequent events. The first was the student rebellion in the mid-1960s, which was driven largely by resistance to the draft and the Vietnam War. But the student rebels needed theory of some sort. They couldn’t just get out there and say, “Hell no we won’t go,” they had to have some theoretical explanation behind it. Very few of them were interested in wading through Das Kapital. Classical, economic Marxism is not light, and most of the radicals of the 60s were not deep. Fortunately for them, and unfortunately for our country today, and not just in the university, Herbert Marcuse remained in America when the Frankfurt School relocated back to Frankfurt after the war. And whereas Mr. Adorno in Germany is appalled by the student rebellion when it breaks out there – when the student rebels come into Adorno’s classroom, he calls the police and has them arrested – Herbert Marcuse, who remained here, saw the 60s student rebellion as the great chance. He saw the opportunity to take the work of the Frankfurt School and make it the theory of the New Left in the United States.

One of Marcuse’s books was the key book. It virtually became the bible of the SDS and the student rebels of the 60s. That book was Eros and Civilization. Marcuse argues that under a capitalistic order (he downplays the Marxism very strongly here, it is subtitled, A Philosophical Inquiry into Freud, but the framework is Marxist), repression is the essence of that order and that gives us the person Freud describes – the person with all the hang-ups, the neuroses, because his sexual instincts are repressed. We can envision a future, if we can only destroy this existing oppressive order, in which we liberate eros, we liberate libido, in which we have a world of “polymorphous perversity,” in which you can “do you own thing.” And by the way, in that world there will no longer be work, only play. What a wonderful message for the radicals of the mid-60s! They’re students, they’re baby-boomers, and they’ve grown up never having to worry about anything except eventually having to get a job. And here is a guy writing in a way they can easily follow. He doesn’t require them to read a lot of heavy Marxism and tells them everything they want to hear which is essentially, “Do your own thing,” “If it feels good do it,” and “You never have to go to work.” By the way, Marcuse is also the man who creates the phrase, “Make love, not war.” Coming back to the situation people face on campus, Marcuse defines “liberating tolerance” as intolerance for anything coming from the Right and tolerance for anything coming from the Left. Marcuse joined the Frankfurt School, in 1932 (if I remember right). So, all of this goes back to the 1930s.

In conclusion, America today is in the throes of the greatest and direst transformation in its history. We are becoming an ideological state, a country with an official state ideology enforced by the power of the state. In “hate crimes” we now have people serving jail sentences for political thoughts. And the Congress is now moving to expand that category ever further. Affirmative action is part of it. The terror against anyone who dissents from Political Correctness on campus is part of it. It’s exactly what we have seen happen in Russia, in Germany, in Italy, in China, and now it’s coming here. And we don’t recognize it because we call it Political Correctness and laugh it off. My message today is that it’s not funny, it’s here, it’s growing and it will eventually destroy, as it seeks to destroy, everything that we have ever defined as our freedom and our culture.


Posted by Dōgen on Sun, 26 Jul 2015 15:05 | #


To learn Buddism is to know yourself

To know yourself is to forget yourself

To forget yourself is to identify yourself with the law of the universe – one with the universe

To be one with the universe is to “drop” the notion that you are one with the universe

Along with the body and mind of yourself and others – Dōgen

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