Thursday, August 25, 2016
Criticism of Power is the First Step to Power
Criticism of power is a form of power.
Noam Chomsky has great influence over many because he critiqued the nexus of power.
Jews initially rose in power as critics of Wasp Power. Jews are now the 'new wasps', and only Alt Right is willing to discuss this power honestly. And yes, wittingly or unwittingly, most gentile politicians are cuckservatives or cuckerals.
Alt Right, due to its lack of PC, can be the most honest and potent critique of Power.
But being anti-PC is a double-edged sword. It opens up free debate but also attracts the 14/88 cranks(who exercise their own brand of PC) and have nothing to contribute but yelling "Heil Hitler" and attacking ANY Alt Right who has no use for Der Fuhrer.
Indeed, Alt Right would be in a much better position right now if it had made a clean break with 14/88. It is so easy to smear the Alt Right by associating it with Daily Stormer.
There is nothing Jews love more than conflating Alt Right with Nazis and loonies like Sinead McCarthy the flat-earther.
Alt Right likes theatrics and the circus-antics, and there is a time and place for that. But, in the long run, who mattered more? Critics like Chomsky and Sontag or clowns like Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin?
To be sure, Camille Paglia has shown one can be both.