Saturday, March 15, 2008

Huxley Warned Us: Part 14

Aldous Huxley:

"'Free as a bird', we say, and envy the winged creatures for their power of unrestricted movement in all the three dimensions. But, alas, we forget the dodo. Any bird that has learned how to grub up a good living without being compelled to use its wings will soon renounce the privilege of flight and remain forever grounded. Something analogous is true of human beings. If the bread is supplied regularly and copiously three times a day, many of them will be perfectly content to live by bread alone - or at least by bread and circuses alone. 'In the end', says the Grand Inquisitor in Dostoevsky's parable, 'in the end they will lay their freedom at our feet and say to us, "Make us your slaves, but feed us. '"

Isn't this closely analagous to the situation we find ourselves in today? In this couch-potato society, It certainly strikes Phaedrus that way. Though we expect rather more from life than just bread three times a day, it isn't THAT much more. The vast majority of people in the West constitute little more than a mindless peasant underclass that has resigned itself to the treadmill of daily life. People work for 50 years just to put food on the table and keep a roof over their heads, from what little they have left after the ravages of direct and indirect taxation and Jewish investment frauds like pension schemes.

Throughout history, it has regrettably proven to be the case that the peasants - in whichever country - will undergo the most dire privations at the hands of their exploitative masters before they are driven into taking effective action to overthrow the tyranny and oppression from which they suffer. They can be ground down by decades of maltreatment and forced almost to the point of starvation before they will rise up and overturn the established order of things. So the situation we find ourselves in today is entirely of our own collective making. We have what we deserve.

Of course this despairing assessment isn't the whole story. We have a peasantry of so many hundreds of millions of people in the West because the common people are kept in the dark as to their true potential by the omnipresent, Jew-controlled media which is keen to foster in them the idea that the status quo is beyond question and it's simply the way things are and have always been. This is the vital importance of 'entertainment' in the modern world. Every single minute we spend watching some trashy TV soap or reading some garbage newspaper is a minute taxed from our lives. It is a minute during which we simply do not question why the world is in such a dreadful mess and who is responsible for it.

The mainstream jewsmedia performs the role of the rodeo clown with impeccable aplomb. TV networks have developed highly successful techniques for ensuring that once we are watching a channel, we will continue to do so for far longer than we had intended and for far longer than is good for us. They've moved on quite a bit since the days of 'Don't touch that dial!' And all the while we are gawping at their mind-rotting drivel, the Jews know we are no threat to them. If we are ever to liberate our peasant classes from their servitude of the Jew and Jewish interests, then we must find a way to break the media's hold over enough of them for the bulk to follow. In short, we need to work towards achieving a critical mass of Jew-awareness.

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