Saturday, March 31, 2012

The Ill-Ooh-Meh-Naughty, Mae's Sons, Zyanism, The Juice, The Rock Fellas and Roth's Child's Pet Lizard

What I always find so irritating about the Marxist debate is when someone, again, shows up talking about the Illuminati, or the Rockefellers, or thinks that showing the links between the Rockefellers & the Rothschilds somehow “proves” what’s going on.

“What good is knowing all the names in the KGB… if you don’t understand what they do?”Anatoliy Golitsyn, KGB Defector to the USA

The fact is, it really doesn’t matter a whit if you can prove Karl Marx was related to the Rothschilds through one of their step-daughters marrying his great-great grandpa on his mother's side through adoption. If you can’t understand what Marx was trying do then what’s the point of connecting him to others to show who is bankrolling him? (And Gesh! Why go way out on a limb linking in obscure billionaire’s from the past? Hillary Clinton is standing right in front of everyone’s face).

Quite simply, it just doesn’t matter if it is a “conspiracy” or not. If you were standing in the Twin Towers on the morning of 9/11, would you really give a rat’s ass about “who” is behind it, or if the building is going to collapse by naturally occurring physics or via controlled demolition? I wouldn’t give a crap! I would want to get OUT either way!

“Critical Theory, which was defined by a student of the Frankfurt School as the “essentially destructive criticism of all the main elements of Western culture, including Christianity, capitalism, authority, the family, patriarchy, hierarchy, morality, tradition, sexual restraint, loyalty, patriotism, nationalism, heredity, ethnocentrism, convention, and conservatism.”

So, whether it is a “conspiracy theory” or not, look at it this way. Each of those “pillars” listed above has been undermined over the past decades.




The whole point of the Frankfurt School identifying these cultural pillars, was to say that if these pillars were destroyed, the chaos that would ensue would collapse those cultures.

So, does it matter if it is a conspiracy or a “coincidence?”

Alright. I’ll agree with you. It’s just a coincidence, so there’s no need to be worried about the consequences of it. Just like, if you determined in your mind on the morning of 9/11, it wasn’t a conspiracy, so there’s nothing to worry about here! Back to your cubicle.

The coincidence theorists haven't really thought all of this through very well, I think.