Douglas Feith and homosexual reproduction in the GOP
- From: "alt.politics.bush" <thomasw540@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 01:55:43 -0700 (PDT)
7 April 2008
The Dalai Lama has the same relationship to God that Marxists and
Soviet trade officers I have known have. Christopher Hitchens' anger
at religion is because of the failure of his own religion, Public
School Marxism. The relationship between a Marxist and Marxism is a
love affair and when a Marxist discovers the essential fraud of
Marxism, it breaks their hearts. Christopher Hitchens is the
unrequited lover, a virtual Kierkegaard, determined to spoil the
religious experience universally as completely as he has been betrayed
But Marxism doesn't contain god and neither does the experience of
the Dalai Lama of the universe. The only Zen you will find in the
mountains is the Zen you bring to the mountains (Thanx and a tip o'
the hat to Robert Pirsig). I've tried to point this out to the
Marxist masters of China, along with the fu long gong or whatever that
social movement is that they needlessly repress. I mean, in a perfect
Marxist state, the Dali Lama will emerge as the New Marxist Man. In
the final analysis, Marxism assumes esprit de corps as the engine of
moral coherence, in and of itself. Marxism is very ethical in this
regards, which is to say, its entire focus is upon the relationship of
human to human and the aesthetic reflects this relationship of human
to human, as opposed to the human relationship to god. The ethic and
the aesthetic are the same. Fulong Gong emerged spontaneously from
this esprit de corps in China: it is sort of a Marxist folk dance and
if the Marxist Masters of China were as dedicated to the Dialectic as
they profess, they would bow to material reality and make Fulong Gong
the state religious ceremony.
Which is where the part about Marxist being in love with Marxism gets
twisted, intellectually, because the Marxist's response to Marxism is
an impulse of the aesthetic, which is the organizing principle of
Passion, while the necessary ethical myopia of Marxist metaphysics
depends upon the Categorical Imperative as the organizing principle of
Reason for its moral orientation and when you discover that Marxism
is, charitably, a fairy tale, it can fry the circuits of someone with
the intellectual pretensions of Christopher Hitchens.
Of course, the genius of American capitalism is that Hitchens can
transform his bitterness and neurosis into a pay check. The thing
about Marxism isn't so much that it doesn't work, but that it takes
too much work to make it work and it never works for you. There is no
one who works harder than the American worker, but the difference
between them and their Soviet counterparts is that American can put
the capitalism they are working for working for them even when they
Along these lines, Douglas Feith was on 60 Minutes last night.
Rumsfeld considered him the most brilliant person in the Pentagon.
People who think like him are running the airlines, among other
things. I was trying to remember who Monica Crowly sounds like,
because she is part of the Ditto Head franchise Rush Limbaugh
introduced to the public forum, and listening to Douglas Feith, who is
part of the Ditto Head franchise which was running the government
before Josh Bolton, reminds me of Jefferson Davis, going to the grave
defending the self-evident truth of States Rights. At this moment,
43's presidency is the biggest disaster of an American presidency
since Jefferson Davis and everybody associated with it is trying to
prove with the perfect mathematical proof of Queeg's Strawberry
Incident that their performance was perfectly legal and metaphysically
necessary. It is all Manifest Destiny and perfectly rational behavior
and with the best of intentions and perfectly free of personal
ambition. They got their collective butts whipped by a combination of
their own incompetence and the collateral damage from 900 years worth
of family feuds and ideological bush whackers and 4,000 Americans who
considered military service to be the only priority have paid the
Which begs the question once again: if McCain wins, where will he get
the people to fill up the Plum Book and run the country? I mean, if
Douglas Feith is the best of show, the GOP doesn't have much of a
bench to draw on for another Republican administration, if McCain
intends to provide adult leadership.
And that's truth.
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