Obamamania & Trumpophrenia: Politics as Mental Disorder

What do the followers of Obama have in common with followers of Trump? Seemingly nothing, but – in truth – just about everything. Kali Tribune’s Department of Mental Health presents the diagnosis of- and recommends the vaccine for Obamamania and Trumpophrenia



Transcript:

 

“The world’s gone mad.” Those were probably the first words Adam exchanged with Eva when the original human couple took a walk east of Eden and, as it seems, they will continue to echo until the end of the world. The only problem being: when someone says that “the world’s gone mad”, shortly afterwards he  adds that it’s “end” is also “at hand.”

These two statements sum up the irresponsibility of the will and all the darkening of the mind needed, in  times of real crisis, to incite or even to cause a volcanic eruption of madness.

Whoever observes the American mentality from an  outside vantage point is bound to notice that millennialism, which essentially is a decision to wait for the end of the world in order to drown difficult intellectual and moral choices in a mire of simple “all or nothing” choices, is in fact a prevalent religion of this country and its people, regardless of the nominal confession of the given individual.

The first time I noticed just how deeply burrowed is this perversion of the Christian virtue of Hope was in the wake of the inauguration of Barrack Obama, eight years ago.

A  person for whom I had enormous respect, not only because of her staunch and authentic  moral principles and intelligence, but also because of a certain “street smart” mentality one can acquire only by going through serious life challenges, caught a chronic form of Obamamania.

We are talking about a mental disorder pushing masses into the belief that one man with a murky past can radically change the USA, and as a  consequence the whole world, with the one absolutely simple act of taking the  seat of  President of the  world’s sole super power.

Those who, for various reasons, avoided contamination – owing to  inborn immunity, or as a result of  increased activity of common sense – quickly learned to spot the symptoms. In the case of the person I’m talking about the symptom that pulled me out of puzzled astonishment was a single sentence on the margins of an email message, which I paraphrase: “(…) he (Obama) will reclaim the dignity of good taste.”

That’s when it dawned on me: it was not about the snobbishness of the American liberal – it was about Immanuel Kant.

Transcendental inference of taste is a foundation of Kant’s aesthetics laid out in his Critique of Power of Judgement, a  work the  person in question was focused on at the time. The correct inference on beauty is inseparable from correct moral judgment, because it apprehends the purpose in nature and points  towards the  transcendental, i.e. rational, structure of the reality we are immersed in. This means that the very nature of the power of judgment prevents us from inferring that the world is chaotic, ugly and evil. This is fairly in opposition – a dialectical one, because the foundation is the same – to the Schopenhauerian metaphysical pessimism of Neocons whose frenzy America and world were forced to endure throughout the eight years of Bush junior’s mandate.

Yet Obama doesn’t give a toss about this, I thought to myself at the time . It’s unlikely that in the pauses between  reading Rules for Radicals, written by Saul Alinsky and dedicated to Lucifer, he skimmed through probably the most difficult of Kant’s three great Critiques.

Eight years of his mandate had proven me right, of course.

However, this is what, in fact, has happened: the person in question simply projected her hopes and her worldview onto Barrack Obama, as if he were a blank screen. Any attempt to point this out to her was – and probably still is – futile. All of her intelligence was in vain in the moment when she got what she wanted. As if in a fairy tale – the impossible wish was granted in her imagination which for her from then on probably replaced  reality.

That said, I have to confess that I, although obviously immune to Obamamania, after eight years have remained the same old fool as before.By this I mean that Trumpophrenia caught me by surprise.

For more than two years now I’m cooperating with  people from the alt media world, and as a result I had a lot of opportunity to talk to Americans and in general I tend to respect them far more than  is usual for the European, especially for the East European – a  people who monopolized their cynical intelligence to such an extent that they ruined their economies by focusing solely on the export of wisecracking.

All was well, alt media developed into the new media which will soon probably replace the trash into which the mainstream media has devolved, some very important things were written and said – some collegial relations and even friendships were struck.

And then Donald Trump won the elections.

When I was asked, on American “Internet radio waves”, what do I think about it, I sincerely replied that I felt relief because Hillary the witch, a dyed in the wool representative of globalist liberal establishment and a promoter of the identity policies I have criticized for years, has bitten the dust. Anyway, it was obvious that she is a mentally unstable person capable only of serving as a figurehead for the new waves of lunatic identity policies and the increase of chaos in the Middle East.

During the 48 hours of pleasure I allowed myself to indulge in while observing the abundantly deserved meltdown of the progressives – a meltdown they won’t recuperate from for decades – and the cognitive dissonance of the MSM morphing into parody, I was laughing out loud while watching the icons of the contemporary Left blame everybody for their defeat, everybody but the real culprit – themselves.

Cognitive dissonance is the funniest thing in the world, provided you’re observing it in someone else.

Naturally, I hadn’t initially focused on the less amusing one – my own.

Namely, after two days of Left bashing had passed, I started to reflect on who really supports Trump throughout the wide spectrum of Internet media and analysis outlets. Increasingly, I became aware that Trump, as a symbol of the new global political mentality, is a gathering point, not for Fascism, as Leftists – who would call rain “fascist” if it spoiled their barbecue – would have it, but for so called post-Nazism.

By this term I denote ideas and strategies originated by the so called “Fascist international”, i.e. the multigenerational network of intellectuals and activists united around the idea of creating a “white”, “European” or “Aryan” nation – or as one of their founding fathers F.P. Yockey had put it: creating of Imperium.

Of course, Trump is neither post-Nazi nor Fascist, but he is the figurehead that by its sole existence legitimizes the emergence  of this ideology and policy into the public domain. Its main intellectual vehicle is largely the American movement  known as the Alt Right which, until  recently, represented a  loose conglomerate of writers, bloggers and what could generally be called  intellectuals covering a  wide spectrum from Catholics to neo-Pagans and ultra-Nazis. Now this movement will be going  mainstream.

At this point, I could not help but realize that the Alt Right is no longer  a loose conglomerate of disparate parts but rather  a  movement with a fairly monolithic ideology, a clear, publicly visible hierarchy and that it is pervaded with, to say the least, sinister influences, one of them being a Left Hand Path Satanism in its Nazi leaning variety. The  mainstream emergence of the Alt Right will therefore be a simultaneous emergence into the  mainstream of these influences, which I deem to be essential to Alt Right ideology.

So, we are about to be presented with a new social acceptability, and maybe even a significant rise in cultural and political power, of post-Nazism and LHP Satanism in its elusive varieties.

All this considered, I decided to take a new course for Kali Tribune – a 180 degree turn – from analysis and critique of vaguely Left flavored doctrines like “sustainable development”, political correctness, etc. towards the analysis and critique of post-Nazism, Alt Right, LHP Satanism, etc.

The political pendulum just made the sharp swing to the right and I, as an analyst, am obliged to trace its movement. Trump’s mandate will be notable for at least a symbolic erosion of globalism, and totalitarian globalist doctrines – so there’s no sense in kicking the loser when the winner is going to set his foot on our necks any day now.

However, a number of my American associates were less than happy with this decision of mine. And I soon realized that Obamamania was just an incubation stage of Trumpophrenia.

Until recently polite and, as I believed, decent people started responding to anything even remotely threatening to their political allegiance to the Trump camp with insults; Georgy Soros was finally promoted to the ultimate bogeyman, guilty of  all the world’s ills (not that he would mind doing some substantial ill) and the American dominated Internet sphere started to resemble Croatia of the Nineties, when for each and any word delivered against the regime one was dubbed a “Soros’ mercenary” (note to amateur “geopoliticians” who “figured out” the Yugoslav war: the Open Society Foundation consistently promoted forces of unity and not the  break-up of Yugoslavia, because nationalists on all sides wanted separation. And all Euro-Atlanticist forces consistently, i.e. from the outset of the war, supported some form of unified Yugoslavia, with Beograd as a centre, fairly in consistency with traditional British and Grand Orient de France policy, dating from late Nineteen/early Twentieth Century. Soros is on the record as having said  that this was all a poor investment for him, because beneficiaries of his rather meagre grants spent them on supporting investigations of war crimes instead of on laying the ideological groundwork for a wholesale sell out of ex-Yugoslavia telecommunications and other more or less marketable infrastructure. For the record: I myself never took, nor would ever take, even a dime from the Open Society Foundation). There is also an additional peculiarity: the growing majority of alt media has mutated into the Russian foreign policy outlets, without even realizing this, which is also anything but accidental.

However, by practically excluding myself from the emerging structural hierarchy of Anglophone alt media sphere, I learned an ultimate lesson on the political millennialism spreading from the USA to the  rest of the world.

Trumpophrenia is organically connected to Obamamania – it is a rightward swing of the one and the same pendulum which will, probably after another eight years, make a new swing to the left. People suffering from this malady will just continue to parrot “memes” and articles on Soros, LGBTetc., degenerate Left, etc. while the figurehead that will make all this justified will at the same time empower the worldwide growth of all kinds of  far Right aberrations, mostly – and most dangerously –  the post-Nazism embodied in the leadership of the Alt Right movement.

There’s no reason to hope for the patient’s recovery: Obamamaniacs are still sharing posts and “memes” of slick UN villains, supporting White Helmets in Syria and screaming over the evils of Neoliberalism – a specter everybody has heard of while nobody has ever seen.

We are talking about brain washing across both extremes of the political spectrum, across the opposites which I, from my early youth, see as merely two opposite positions of the one and the same pendulum.

The only prevention for this disease is to note that simple truth, and to live according to it, nothing more and nothing less.

Millennialism is the medium through which the contagion spreads. Therefore, if you suddenly feel the urge for the world to end, for things to start all over again from scratch, then you should know that you may well be at risk. The simplistic cutting of the moral knot, hidden from our sight by the swinging of the pendulum, ends  in the terminal loss of mind.

One example will suffice:

And in slightly indirect way, but along the same lines:

Thus spoke an American “traditionalist” Catholic and New born (puritan-) Orthodox. And rest assured that there’s very little chance that one of these two nutcases can be brought back to reason. What is plainly obvious is that they are neither Catholic nor Orthodox but two millennialism preachers rooted firmly in the most warped sectarian tradition of post-Reformation pseudo-Christian denominations. Trump will be Constantine, I’ll be Athanasius and you’ll be … who cares – it’s all about the BELIEVE shriek and waving the Good Book in your face.

There’s hardly a remedy for erasing one’s own shadow, so the situation is probably hopeless for them.

Trumpophrenia is, therefore, a perilous disease not necessarily related to the real political decisions of Donald Trump and his Government, but rather with the media image he projects and it’s apprehension by the masses. We can conclude that it is a mental/moral disorder which is extremely hard or well nigh impossible to treat and it is beneficial for the growth of new and picturesque forms of post-Nazism, post-Fascism and even the not so apparent, but definitely present, Nazi-Satanism which burrowed its way into the Alt Right leadership.

In its dialectical basis it is identical to  Obamamania: moreover they’re dependent upon each other; the symptoms are different, but the result is the same: discord, cementing of the differences between people, erosion of Tradition and, most importantly, a mentality of a “new beginning” or “year zero”. It is nothing else but millennialism cum dualism – from a traditional Christian viewpoint, a mother and a father of all heresies. Everything will start anew now when America, and as a  consequence the whole world, are divided into camps of the saved and the damned; God or Mammon, Trump or Soros, disunity or death.

It’s not about choice; it’s not about right and left, tradition and counter-tradition. It’s merely a new swing of the pendulum and new phase of the mental disorder combined with chronic apathy – a triumph of irresponsibility and sarcasm which is  going to replace political correctness: a moral nominalism proscribing legal sanction for even giving a member of some designated victim group a dirty look could now be replaced by sarcastic insensitivity to all and everybody

 

And it’s all quite consequent.

For, if we turn our attention to meme wars, the triumph of the Internet underground in the political arena, the inauguration of Frog god – something we already had written about – and few more interesting details we’ll deal with in the future, we’re bound to notice that in the post scriptum of this story there are outlines of something resembling a signature – a firm, soldier’s, handwriting of the institution that spent billions in the last few decades to develop and perfect an operations-oriented or net-centric, asymmetric warfare.

But, that’s altogether another story.

 

 

Branko Malić

 

 

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7 Responses

  1. Han Fei says:

    A good article. I take issue with some semantics here and there, but overall my mood remains supportive. Kali seems to argue on the side of moderation, taking issue with both to status quo as well as the radical movement that seeks to uproot it. Fine, there’s nothing wrong with that after all.

    In your writings you constantly mention F.P. Yockey as playing a role in shaping the alt’s ideological outlook. But I contend that he has very little influence on them, and neither do Chamberlain, Rosenberg, G.L. Rockwell, William Luther Pierce and other similar “luminaries”. It’s doubtful that the average /pol/ poster has ever heard of these names, let alone read a page of their books. This is literature associated with the neo nazi scene clustered around stormfront.org, which represents a very insignificant portion of the adherents of the alt-right.

    The core of this extreme right wing insurrectionism which seems to be gaining the upper hand right now in America, at least divorced from the traditional patriotic libertarian conservative (i.e. the “cucks”), stems from the 4chan imageboard and its culture. I do not know exactly about the situation in Europe, but I’m aware you have analogous web portals which operate under a similar principle of anonymity and inclusiveness.

    I admit that the concept of an anonymous imageboard held a grip over me immensely for a long time, and still does to an extent. It was the ultimate image of freedom, a place of discussion devoid of e-egotism and phallometry surrounding attention seeking figures associated with the regular registration message boards. It was a place where you could discuss anything without fear of being censored, but on the other hand you also had to take responsibility for what you posted from judgements of anonymous posters like yourself. It was the ultimate place to “grow a thick skin” so to speak, a necessary habit for today’s networked age. In essence it was a place where ego dissolved, and a sort of gestalt consciousness formed. This is the “magic” of the chan style imageboard. At the time I naively idealized it as the way of the future. Now I do not hold such a view, for reasons that you will find all to obvious.

    Anyway even though it would be a mistake to attribute to the chans a sole significance on the alt right movement and therefore ignoring reddit, twitter, wordpress blogs and so on, but that doesn’t change the fact that the imageboards are extremely popular and highly trafficked. Even though their population remains a comparatively small drop in the ocean of internet noise, they comprise of a group of extremely active and fanatical individuals who often leave a footprint everywhere they go.

    Because we are living in a world where 19th century bourgeois conceptions of morality and social ethics reign supreme, my views would probably fall in the ultra conservative spectrum, hence my affinity with some of alt-right’s sentiments, or at least the belief in the need for a true counter revolutionary position. But I detest at any parallels being drawn between my opinions and fascist or nazi doctrines. My influences stem from the works of Plato and Aristotle, the Arthashastra, Chinese legalist scholars such as Lord Shang and Xun Zi, Hobbes, de Maistre, H.T. Buckle and Max Weber. I have studied Carl Schmitt’s theories on the effective use of political power as part of my bachelor’s degree thesis. I believe in a strong, effective national state with a functioning legal system and independent courts, preferably under a republican constitution, but I am not averse to a monarchy. This is an ideal that is probably impossible given humankind’s innate aversion to social order and discipline, but it has been realized to various extents throughout ages of mankind. Under no means do I hold the bestial era of 20th century populist nationalism as among them. I do not hold that the state must enforce a mono-cultural social ethnos under a totalitarian model. The result of such a thing is North Korea and I most certainly do not view North Korea as a model of a paragon society.

    So there lies my problem with the alt right. From what I’ve observed over the years of participation in imageboards, seeing the metadiscussion unfold under my eyes, it was a movement that arose almost wholly out of memes. People at first took the whole nazi thing “ironically” that is to say as a joke and competed with each other to the extent of absurdity of their comments in order to generate the lulz. Hence the folkloric image of “Zyklon Ben” a psychotic madman straight out of a Hollywood slasher flick who stabs and tortures every brownskin and hook nose he comes across. That is why ridiculous people such as Milo represent the movement, thoughtlessly posing for their instagram photos with Mein Kampf in their hands, the way a vapid bimbo does with the work of some Indian guru. There is no coherent alt right position on the economic and social issues except “kill all the Jews”. Their idea of drawing up and separating all the white peoples from the nonwhites is laughable and impossible to realize, especially given the fact that the alt-right utterly rejects the biological sciences that would define and categorize human beings according to hereditary phylogeny, and believe me such an outcome would NOT lead to what the alt-right desires to achieve. In that case certain ethnicities would turn out to be more “white” than the racially mixed Germanics or Americans. Even Hitler allegedly did not believe in the extremes of such idiocy.

    The election of Trump illustrates what I’m talking about even deeper. All of a sudden this aging, obese man, whose entire career consisted of essentially cosplaying a Simpsons character, a half comical satire of the Americanism’s lowest traits, became some sort of second coming of A.H. an embodiment of every single masculine and “alt-right” virtue, a titanic figure who will make anime real and Warhammer 40k America. That’s not to say I totally disavow DJT’s role as a politician, speaking of yet at least, but the ideological underpinning of the whole movement onto the bombastic persona of Mr. Trump only goes to show how little bearing in any serious doctrine or discipline the alt right truly possesses, and yes, that even includes the Crowleyan LHP that you bring up so often.

    Given that, your entire analysis of Satanic intellectual influences on the alt-right, I view, with utmost sadness, as arguably an attempt to give a chaotic, communal gestalt some kind of face and meaning, because it represents the only coherent rationalization of the movement towards any kind of identifiable orientation. That is why certain voices such as as Styxhexenhammer666 (an openly Satanic political analyst, whose youtube channel holds some leverage with /pol/) try to steer the discussion towards SOME kind of politically viable and relevant subjects, regardless of whatever ulterior motives you might ascribe to such a figure.

    With that in mind I would strongly insist that Kali ceases wasting time excessively analyzing the alt-right, which I consider to be a very contingent phenomenon connected with the current electoral cycle in the United States. You should not continue to chase after flies while ignoring the elephant in the room, which is the continued erosion of civil and constitutional liberties, the systematic destruction of traditional communities conducted under the guise of “scientific agriculture”, the artificial fabrication of perpetual conflicts in ethnically unstable regions of the world, the expansion of a totalitarian global surveillance state which no longer merely observes everything, but tries to manipulate and to use the odious Cass Sunstein’s term, “nudge” the end user into behaviors specified by aggregate targets of social engineering, the creeping dominion of global corporate technocracy over all spheres of social and political life of peoples and nations. All of these things are most certainly not affected by Mr. Trump’s election and highly pending presidency. Even if you continue to analyze the “alt-right” as some kind of significant political phenomenon, I suggest you should only do so from the perspective of the current global trend, that is to say, continue what you were doing before you set yourself onto this task.

    • Malić says:

      In your writings you constantly mention F.P. Yockey as playing a role in shaping the alt’s ideological outlook. But I contend that he has very little influence on them, and neither do Chamberlain, Rosenberg, G.L. Rockwell, William Luther Pierce and other similar “luminaries”. It’s doubtful that the average /pol/ poster has ever heard of these names, let alone read a page of their books. This is literature associated with the neo nazi scene clustered around stormfront.org, which represents a very insignificant portion of the adherents of the alt-right.

      I use Yockey because he was one of the first to give coherence to what I call post-Nazi anthropology and philosophy of history, together with some others like Savitri Devi (note that Arktos publishing people call themselves “men against time”). Although you’re probably right, I have to point out that influence of ideas does not imply being conscious of them.

      Other than that I wholeheartedly agree with this statement:

      The core of this extreme right wing insurrectionism which seems to be gaining the upper hand right now in America, at least divorced from the traditional patriotic libertarian conservative (i.e. the “cucks”), stems from the 4chan imageboard and its culture.

      And this is why I insist on LHP. While you could well be right about me anchoring the interpretation in the post-Nazi classics because I need a firm grounding where there is none, I focused on LHP fairly consciously from quite the opposite reason: this kind of thinking is in fact an attempt to erase any kind of firm footing in philosophical, existential and ideological sense. As such it represents more a mode of existence or the way of living than some kind of “philosophical” school. The way I see it, it expresses the very essence of what it means to be postmodern and it is, as a (un)mindset present in the heads of luminaries from David Myatt to Alexander Dugin. I will write extensively about this and will take their reverence of Heidegger as a starting point. I’m after all a philosopher myself and cannot help but pick and choose to interpret what I’m qualified to interpret. Consequences of Myatt’s and Dugin’s interpretations of Heidegger are completely identical , for instance. As for material influence, I accept every criticism, yet again I have to point out: the influences are not necessarily accepted consciously and in the case of LHP “sinister manipulation” presupposes duping anybody holding any kind of principled, that is: firm, belief or standpoint. This is present in the work of most of the alt right leading intellectuals and it is absolutely essential to understand what Dugin is doing. But, as I said, I’ll provide detailed explanation in separate analysis soon.

      Even if you continue to analyze the “alt-right” as some kind of significant political phenomenon, I suggest you should only do so from the perspective of the current global trend, that is to say, continue what you were doing before you set yourself onto this task.

      That’s exactly what I’m trying to do. I think it will become clear in the near future why I anchored analysis in alt right – to be specific: Kek phenomenon and chans – but this is all terra incoginta of an emerging situation and some intuitions about the connection between technocratic globalism and emerging technocratic populism I must keep to myself for now.

  2. Mihai says:

    A good article and a good analysis on the current trends that are going on today in the American alt-media sphere.

    On the other hand, I think I would side, at least partially, with Han Fei’s commentary regarding the Alt Right, although I would view things from a different point of view.

    Namely, there are 2 things that bother me at present:

    1. Aren’t we also falling into a trap thinking that the liberal-globalist establishment has simply collapsed just a week after their chosen puppet lost the elections? I mean that is exactly what the “millenniarists” claim. And not only them. Just a few days after Trump won, you get Dugin giving his valuable guidelines about the collapse of globalism, the de-localised liberal oligarchs and the swamp which needs to be drained.
    All this makes no sense. Something so infiltrated in all aspects of western society like the current globalist ideology and its agents cannot simply fall after an election.

    2. All these are merely tendencies which are happening on the internet. While I agree that the internet has, unfortunetly, a big influence on reality today, still it is easy to overestimate things.
    Americans will have to answer to this question, but if I would take a week’s walk through the US, through urban and rural areas alike, how likely am I to actually meet an alt-righter? and how many of them?

    On the other hand, the fact that someone who has, until now, posted articles in which nothing that happened in the world was to be taken as it seemed (and also interviews with people suggesting that the Giza Pyramid is some kind of super-cosmic-weapon) now all of a sudden talks about occam’s razor in relation to Trump, well that simply proves the low level of discernment in these spheres and your article is spot on regarding a probably deeply rooted problem within the modern western mentality- especially American (though, again, I am in no position to express a definite opinion on this).

    We must be prudent, though. Like said in my previous article, the powers of the air don’t care about left and right.

    • Malić says:

      A good article and a good analysis on the current trends that are going on today in the American alt-media sphere.

      On the other hand,

      I noticed that with each new comment of yours this “on the other hand” moment I know will hit me inevitably over the head, gets closer to the “good article” moment at the beginning, ha, ha.

      1. Aren’t we also falling into a trap thinking that the liberal-globalist establishment has simply collapsed just a week after their chosen puppet lost the elections? I mean that is exactly what the “millenniarists” claim. And not only them. Just a few days after Trump won, you get Dugin giving his valuable guidelines about the collapse of globalism, the de-localised liberal oligarchs and the swamp which needs to be drained.
      All this makes no sense. Something so infiltrated in all aspects of western society like the current globalist ideology and its agents cannot simply fall after an election.

      I wholeheartedly agree that globalism was not defeated and that this is an illusion built in the minds of Trumpoprhenics. And that’s precisely the reason why I focus on it: if you were perusing social networks you would’ve noticed people literary going mad. I’m talking about very polite, hard working people and just about most scrupulous researchers I know of. Reading their arguments with dissenting voices started to resemble observation of animal behavior. I’m obliged to analyze this shift in perception because, after all, one could argue that when we talk about illusion we are indeed describing perceptions and not anything substantial. Global populism is a new name of the game and I’m very certain that sooner than later we’ll be able to see that it fits globalism like hand fits the glove. However, we’ll have to wait a bit.

      2. All these are merely tendencies which are happening on the internet. While I agree that the internet has, unfortunetly, a big influence on reality today, still it is easy to overestimate things.
      Americans will have to answer to this question, but if I would take a week’s walk through the US, through urban and rural areas alike, how likely am I to actually meet an alt-righter? and how many of them?

      Like I wrote in answer to Han Fei, maybe we should entertain the notion that “memetic revolution” and swarm mentality it produced – like in the instance of “pizzagate” – was not so spontaneous initially. If this is the case, then whatever happens in the social reality has to come out from cybernetic sphere, because that’s the ultimate medium for memetics and chaos magick – it is an ultimate fringe. And it seems to me that zeitgeist is now shifting in the direction of fringe, where moving from fringe to center becomes a kind of archetype for successful implantation of memetic virus into system. Note that Alex Jones is going mainstream and together with him the whole of “conspiracy culture” at least in the symbolical – memetic – sense. The question is: could it be that this is not entirely accidental?
      Already in the December of 2015 I noticed that, for instance, Climate Change was going out of the scene. A lot of delusions that fueled doctrines as sustainable development simply got old. Could it be that they are now being reinforced in another way, a roundabout way?

      Anyway, there is a shift now and I can’t ignore it. Where will it lead is hard to tell, but KT would not be worth it’s salt if this shift would remain unrecognized.

      As for Gyza death star guy et al, that’s a tragic example of people parroting the words without getting to thoughts that caused them, let alone the realities they dance around. I remember him describing Plotins’ “One” as an infinite empty space. I shudder to think what he has in mind when he pronounces “in the Name of the Father, Son and the Holly Spirit”.

  3. Silents says:

    Interesting reflections,

    Chaos magic and such occult streams certainly seem to be a phenomenon that is increasingly visible in public. We all know that the old Nazi movement was partly inspired and directed by occult groups. Hitler’s own interest in magic was outright satanic.
    (See, for example: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic:_History,_Theory_and_Practice . . . . and a review by US military satanist Aquino: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/review/0578024578/R35BA6XY67BON/ref=cm_cr_dp_mb_rvw_1?ie=UTF8&cursor=1 )

    So it is not surprising that orders like O9A have flirted with postnazism, whose rise in turn is accompanied by the same dark occult influences as in the old days.

    Ominously, one of the most prominent AltRight figures today is highly enthusiastic about the occult purpose of the Third Reich.
    (https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7bak_Q1THiA)

    He seems positive about the Stanford Research Institute, which I suspect was one of C.S. Lewis’ inspirations for the satanic and transhumanist N.I.C.E. organisation featured in his novel ‘That Hideous Strength’. Have you read it?

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