Sunday, January 03, 2010

Belgian Antichrist?

Is a socialist Eutopia a particular Belgian idea? Paul Belien thinks so. I don't know... isn't a man who wears such a collar and tie perhaps the end of the line for a bureaucratic empire, a self-revealing bad joke... or is he truly the Godfather of "global governance", grand molly coddler of globalization's many left-Islamic resentments?

There is something nasty about the look, like he could be the accountant or inside man for the more flamboyantly evil Jew in a James Bond film. It seems to me that both James Bond and his villains are fantastic projections of a modern reality on which the other characters in the films are more plausibly based. In related news:
‘This guy clearly does not have anything better to do... What does he think we do? Does he think we sit on our hands waiting to read emails from a ten-year-old who has just discovered Conservatism, on a £200,000 salary in some farmhouse with a wife who works for Google?
Other figures in the party say that when they first received the bulletins, they thought they were a spoof from the BBC’s political spin doctor satire The Thick Of It, which features a Hilton-style PR guru called Stewart Pearson who ‘hangs’ at Tory HQ dressed in jeans and T-shirt and talks impenetrable gobbledegook.
One emailed bulletin that has particularly irritated some Tory frontbenchers urges them to discuss ‘cool examples of the post-bureaucratic approach’ by directly contacting American gurus such as Richard Thaler, the co-creator of the fashionable ‘nudge’ theory which suggests that people can be persuaded to change their behaviour without heavy state intervention.

Mr Hilton then uses the example of ‘binge-drinking in Montana’ to explain his theory.

‘The authorities in Montana managed to cut binge drinking amongst students – something that the Labour Government has tried and failed to do,’ he writes.

‘How? They simply put up advertising that stated, “80 per cent of Montana college students drink fewer than four beers per week.” This led to an immediate fall in drinking because of the power of social norms.’
Right... and will we soon be wearing van Rompuy ties?


Anonymous said...

Life is a test, and the Gods evaluate people based on their performance.
The Gods test people with the temptation for which they are most weak::::
Homosexuals desire sodomy, alcoholics crave a drink, junkies jones for dope, etc.
Addiction theory is a lie; it is Artificial Intelligence creating the desire, punishment for inappropriate behavior. Ironically, it compells people deeper into the behavior, minimizing hope for recovery.
The Gods chose Christianity for Europeans because it is the temptation to which they are most suseptable:::Entitlement. Something for nothing. A free ride. And the United States/Western civilization with accompanying wealth contributes to this perception.
Next time you think of Muslims recognize these people are vastly superior to Christians. Whereas many throughout the Christian world no longer attend church and have fallen into Godlessness, the Muslim world worships the Gods for OVER AN HOUR EACH AND EVERY DAY.
Filthy white trash.

truepeers said...


Seems to me you are trapped, addicted, in your resentments and you don't have the discipline to set yourself free; in other words, your discipline/religion tells you freedom is wrong and so you don't seem to realize that even if one day all of humanity signs on to your religion, you won't be happy, because it is your religion that ceaselessly forces on you the need to resent the "filthy". Even in a world where everyone is Muslim, you will still need dirty kaffirs to hate. You will always have to rediscover them (which is why Muslim terrorists presently kill 8 Muslims for every infidel they kill). And that's why your religion may well be wrong.

I am not a Christian, but I can't help but see some wisdom in Jesus's critique of the limits of any law:

10Then calling out to the crowd, he addressed them, “Listen and understand! 11It is not what goes into the mouth that makes a person unclean. It is what comes out of the mouth that makes a person unclean.”

12Then the disciples came and asked him, “Do you realize that the Pharisees were offended when they heard this statement?”

13He replied, “Every plant that my heavenly Father did not plant will be pulled up by the roots. 14Leave them alone. They are blind guides of the blind.[j] If one blind person leads another blind person, both will fall into a ditch.”

15Then Peter said to him, “Explain to us this[k] parable.”

16Jesus[l] said, “Are you still so ignorant? 17Don't you know that everything that goes into the mouth passes into the stomach and then is expelled as waste? 18But the things that come out of the mouth come from the heart, and it is those things that make a person unclean. 19It is out of the heart that evil thoughts come, as well as murder, adultery, sexual immorality, stealing, false testimony, and slander.[m] 20These are the things that make a person unclean. But eating with unwashed hands doesn't make a person unclean.”

(Matthew, Chapter 15, International Standard Version

truepeers said...

Just in case anyone is wondering, that lovely first comment came to us via a Blazing Cat Fur reader from Castro Valley, California