The scientific worldview is neither scientific nor a view of the world. It is a reductionist view of economics that limits scientific research to the study of matter in motion.
What we call the scientific worldview was tacked onto the natural sciences during the mid-nineteenth century. It is inextricably linked to the philosophy of Marxism, the politics of matter in motion, also called materialism. This kind of politics looks at society and determines its use by measuring the growth of state revenue, without asking any further questions.
In modern democracies, a majority of people who don’t know how to fish still get to vote on how fishermen ought to do their jobs. Voters would like to have more money and wealth themselves, but most don’t know how to acquire these things. So, they vote for redistributive politics.
In such a system, each voter reasons from the fear others might get ahead of them. Indeed, ‘earning’ one’s wealth has turned into a ‘demanding’ it. A democratic vote, therefore, is always an act of punishment, meant to rob or sabotage people deemed ‘unfairly advantaged’, especially neighbors.
The scientific worldview is neither scientific nor a view of the world. It is a reductionist view of economics that limits scientific research to the study of matter in motion. What we call the scientific worldview was tacked onto the natural sciences during the mid-nineteenth century. It is inextricably linked to the philosophy of Marxism, the politics of matter in motion, also called materialism. In this book, the author exposes many of science’s unproven assumptions, offering a new theory of reality that doesn’t rely on any but one.
The answer is to look for maintenance activities that double as reconnaisance & preparatory missions. And to look for drills that ligitimately deploy police and military, and provide cover for an attack. In other words, look for REPDA, REconnaissance—Preparation—Drill—Attack.
28.11.1994 - The Sinking of the MS Estonia Reconnaissance: First bomb drill onboard in February 1994 (to learn where to place a bomb and what its requirements should be).
Preparatory mission: Second bomb drill onboard days before the sinking (to place the actual bomb).
I consider myself a right-wing reactionary, but I’ve never felt attracted to join any of the newer ‘pan-European’ right-wing movements, such as Pegida, Nordfront, Defend Evropa, or the Identitarians. All of these movements have the same themes in common. They are anti-migration, anti-Islam, and, for some reason, appear to be wasting a lot of time marching up and down the streets.
This Wednesday, a Christian youth movement in The Netherlands will present its plan to the government to end prostitution. Their complaint is mostly directed at the government itself for promoting a materialist culture:
“By declaring prostitution legal, the government normalizes people buying sex.”
Indeed, ever since the colonial age, the dominant political philosophy in The Netherlands has been that of materialism. Anything goes along as long as the proceeds can be taxed.
In 2008, a Dutch TV crew went to investigate the 9/11 attacks. They brought a controlled demolition expert on the show by the name of Danny Jowenko. According to Jowenko, the WTC7 building must have been a controlled demolition, brought down by explosions. I do not contest this. But in this article, I want to point out that the Dutch tv-show itself was a false flag operation, namely to put the blame for WTC7’s collapse on “them”, i.e. Muslim terrorists (who had nothing to do with it).
A child of a dysfunctional household, the eleven-year-old, scraggy boy named Toine confronts a high school education system. Despite feeling shamed into silence, he continues to make a stand for dissident thought. Teachers, shocked, disapprove of their pupil’s verbal revolt. The boy’s apparent exclusion from civilian society makes him feel depressed. He develops thoughts of suicide. To save himself, he escapes in daydreams. He picks up a writing hobby and starts to blur the lines between dreams and reality.
Children of Western parents cannot compete with African wages. Chinese incomes do not suffice to pay off Western mortgages. Even though the newcomers to the West may have different skin tones, white people’s economic self-preservation has nothing to do with racism. The inequality is found in the cost, not in the benefits. The arguments against mass immigration to the West are economic.