Posts Tagged ‘The Negation of The Negation’

Let Me Show You Hell On Earth!

December 20, 2015

Let Me Show You Hell On Earth!

The video below will  show you hell on earth…at least for freedom loving Western societies. 

Many intelligent Americans believe that this could not happen to them.  They have failed to do their research and they are flat-out wrong. They think that our Constitution will protect them from the unthinkable fate you to are about to witness occurring in Europe.

Again, they are pitifully wrong.

Our Founding Fathers never anticipated that a brutal, inhumane totalitarian political system, masquerading as a simple religion, could ever infiltrate, dominate and easily transform free societies as Islam has. Our Constitution guarantees the freedom of religion. This was a wonderful gift,  but now it is our fatal flaw to Jihadist Islam.

It is plain to see that our own Constitutional freedoms will facilitate the very thing it sought to prevent, a powerful THEOCRACY, which will destroy us.

This is the phenomenon that Hegelian-Marxist revolutionary theory refers to as “The negation of the negation“. You will see that this idea is very complex and abstract. But, what this phrase means to me is that all sociocultures contain the seeds of their own destruction.

http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Negation+of+the+Negation%2c+Law+of+the

I am warning you, as is all of Europe and the Middle East: Stop Islamic immigration to America or watch your way of life die…and die fast.

Thanks to Lee Hornack  for sending us this video.

http://downloads.cbn.com/cbnnewsplayer/cbnplayer.swf?aid=17933

V. Thomas Mawhinney, 12/29/15

It Is The Way Of Our Universe

September 25, 2012

It Is The Way Of Our Universe

My poor brain has searched through recorded time and around the world seeking the perfect socioculture, the one that survives, at its peak, through the millennia.

It is like searching for the perennial number-one team in a favorite sport, among a throng of teams in all-out competition. A few have done better than the others, but none endure over the challenges in time.

So it is with man’s sociocultures.

Sociocultures made great by their natural environmental riches consume them and decline.

Socioculture that have risen above others as a result of ideal climates or geography have been demolished by cataclysms in either or both of these domains.

Sociocultures made great by powerful and benevolent leaders are eventually over-taken by scurrilous power mongers.

Sociocultures living in peace and security are raped and pillaged by blood thirsty barbarians.

Sociocultures ruled by murderous tyrants and dictators are eventually over-thrown by their victimized populace and chaos reigns.

The greatest socioculture, ever on earth, took the form of a religiously-based Constitutional Democratic Republic. It has risen for about two-hundred years. Modernity and its technological riches is now destroying its religiosity and its moral precepts.  It’s government no longer feeds independence and industry in its population. Rather, it suckles a growing number of the weak, ignorant and indolent with the energy and production of a depleting and exhausted few.

I am loath to quote Karl Marx and Friedrich Engles. However, they judged that all forms of human government carry the seeds of their own destruction within.

At 70 years and growing tired, I am unable to find that he was wrong.

Why should I expect otherwise?

Scientists have demonstrated that the entire Universe is defined by dynamic change, often  violent and explosive in nature. Why should it be different in the universe of human/animal material?

I must reluctantly conclude that it never has been and it never will be.

This is no reason for depression: It is simply an eternal reality with which we must deal.

I recommend that we seek places of relative happiness, laughter and safety. It is good to feed our spiritual, social, and productive lives. It is also adaptive to be prepared, stay alert and to “keep  our powder dry”.

Countless ends and beginnings are coming…nothing lasts forever. This is no great tragedy unless we choose to make it so.

It is just the way of our Universe and all things in it.

V. Thomas Mawhinney, Ph.D.

9/25/12


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