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Jeffrey A. Tucker

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Most people are aware of the influence of Karl Marx and his ideological compatriots in building 20th-century totalitarianism. But there is another tradition of thought, dating from the early 19th century and continuing through the interwar period, that took a different route in coming to roughly the same conclusions regarding the place of the state in our lives.

As opposed to Marx’s “left-Hegelians,” these thinkers are part of the “right-Hegelian” movement who dispensed with the universalism of Marx to applaud nation, race, and war as the essence of life.

These thinkers loathed commercial society and capitalism in particular.
These thinkers also loathed commercial society and capitalism in particular. They saw enterprise as soulless and culturally destructive, lacking in the higher meaning that only centralization and planning could provide.

Instead of trying to create some mythical future based in some fantasy of a new socialist man, they sought to beat back capitalism by clinging to the old order of government power, privilege, hierarchy, nationalism, and racist control. Their imagined future looked like the pre-capitalist past they idealized.

These five thinkers appear in chronological order. In the prehistory of the alt-right, I mapped the big thinkers. Here we have some more minor and eccentric players in the evolution of an anti-capitalist right.

John Ruskin (1819-1900) is inexplicably revered to this day as an aesthete, artist, and champion of small crafts, whereas in truth he was an absolute hater of commercial capitalism, laissez faire liberalism, and the modern world. A hugely influential thinker of the Victorian period, he romanticized a mythic England from the past, in which art and good taste prevailed over commercial frenzy and wealth-making. “I was, and my father was before me, a violent Tory of the old school,” he said. In his view, he completely agreed with his friend Thomas Carlyle that the forces unleashed by Adam Smith and the Scottish Enlightenment generally had destroyed the artistic sensibilities of generations, and they needed to be recaptured through a strong planning state.

His most political book is Unto This Last (1862) which took aim at the division of labor itself. Riffing off the Parable of the Vineyards, he finds it outrageous that the vineyard owner himself was in a position to decide pay at all. The entire book is a long and tedious screed against merchants for their lack of loyalty, their obedience to impersonal market forces, and absence of a moral reason for existence. The merchant, he said, is “the man who does not know when to die, does not know how to live.”

Like other critics of classical political economy (he compared it to “alchemy, astrology, witchcraft”), he denied that exchange alone could produce any value or profit. “It is only in labor there can be profit,” he declared. He had a particular beef with John Stuart Mill, and critiqued his price and wage theory, showing near-zero competence in economic theory at all. For Ruskin, economics was not a science but an aesthetic. He summed up his outlook on political economy as follows: “Government and cooperation are in all things the laws of life; anarchy and competition the laws of death.” It's no wonder that Ludwig von Mises said that Ruskin was "one of the gravediggers of British freedom, civilization and prosperity."

Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1855-1927) is an exceedingly strange figure in the history of politics and ideas: a British-born German whose influence bled into Germany and back again to his home. As son-in-law to the famed composer Richard Wagner, he became a dear friend and fanatical admirer of Adolph Hitler and the most aggressive proponent of virulent anti-Semitism ever to come out of England.

He had decided early in life to locate the source of all political and economic evil in the Industrial Revolution, preferring his own made-up vision of what he called “Merry Old England” consisting of a beautiful aristocracy, hard-toiling and thrifty peasants, and patriotic citizens dedicated to preserving the language and race against the commercial forces of modernity. Under these conditions, unlike the demographic mess unleashed by capitalism, women were submissive to the wills of their fathers and husbands, devoted only to furthering the superior race.

His weird 1899 book The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century became a bestseller, many times over, throughout the Continent. Heavily influenced by the racial typologies that were increasingly popular, he described the Jews as mindlessly materialistic and the source of most evil in the modern world.

The Jews, he said, caused the downfall of Rome, for example. He argued that Jesus cannot possibly have been a Jew since all good in the world emanates from the pure Aryan race. Instead, he was “of exceptional beauty, tall and slim with a noble face inspiring respect and love; his hair blond shading into chestnut brown, his arms and hands noble and exquisitely formed.” It was in this book that he laid out his theory that a Jewish plot was afoot to wipe out the Aryan race and turn all Europe into a race of “pseudo-Hebraic mestizos.”

His book, which was printed in eight editions in the first ten years of its publication, and eventually sold as many as 250,000 copies by 1938, catapulted him into the status of a celebrity intellectual. And so his every utterance became gospel for his followers, even his proclamation that the Great War, which he believed the Jews had started, had led England “totally into the hands of the Jews and the Americans” and capitalist machinery.

It was in the midst of his fame that he reached out to an emergently powerful Hitler. Hearing that both Hitler and Joseph Goebbels could be counted among his fan base, he wrote Hitler in 1923:
“Most respected and dear Hitler, ... It is hardly surprising that a man like that can give peace to a poor suffering spirit! Especially when he is dedicated to the service of the fatherland. My faith in Germandom has not wavered for a moment, though my hopes were – I confess – at a low ebb. With one stroke you have transformed the state of my soul. That Germany, in the hour of her greatest need, brings forth a Hitler – that is proof of her vitality ... I can now go untroubled to sleep... May God protect you!”

After Hitler’s conviction of high treason following the Beer-hall putsch, Chamberlain stuck by him and kept hope alive. Hitler was touched, and, following Hitler’s release from prison, Hitler paid a visit to Chamberlain in Bayreuth in 1927, accompanied by Goebbels. Chamberlain assured Hitler that he was certainly “the chosen one,” thereupon lifting Hitler’s spirits. The leading Nazi in-house philosopher, Alfred Rosenberg, was perhaps an even greater fan of Chamberlain. An ailing Chamberlain died in 1927, never knowing of the Nazi attempt to deal with the “Jewish problem” he had dedicated his life to exposing.

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Beelzemon-Mex Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2017
Good Morning!

I'm apartyristic, but I take advantage of Speech Liberty from this space.

Warning: The next speech will encadenate too many commentaries turned into spam. Once had warrned, here I Go.

I'm gonna explain some terms:

First of ALL, I explain the Me's States: Parent, Adult and Kid.
1. -Parent: There goes the recordings who have learn when Kid.  He/She always talks about past: "In my time", "When I had your age", what this, what that, WTF. At an Second Grade Analysis, we have Critic Parent, the negative criticizes; and Protector Parent, the positive. Sends Caresses.
2. -Adult: It Thoughts, doesn't feel and does whatever want.
3. -Kid: It feels, learns, suffers, receive caresess.
      3.1. -Free Kid: Feels.
       3.2. -Lil' Professor: Learns and strenghtens Adult.
       3.3. -Programmed Kid: Suffers.
          3.3.1. -Submissive Kid.
           3.3.2.- Oppositor Kid.



Now: We have Two sides from seven ME State: OK side and NOT OK side.


Problem rises when we see because of his attitudes, gestures, emotions and words, Trump has a totally NOT OK ME. In addition, Besides ME, there is a YOU, and the problem, like the most humans, we want change the YOU, and change the YOU is like crash against a wall. One thing is to be egoistic and another thing is being narscisistic. Egoistic thinks "First Me, then ME, After ME..." , and get he/she satisfies his/her ME, dedicates one part of his/her time to the other; Narcisistic is the next extreme, because he thinks "First ME, Then Me, After Me..." but unlike egoistic, narscistic is unsatisfied, and therefore, is uncapable to stablish a relationship with the YOU.

And It gets worse: As this guy was very bad programmed, he spends his time playing Psychologic games. Rules?
1. -These are started by NOT OK Protective Parent.
2. -These are performed on NOT OK STATE.
3. -There are duplex actions, nor captioned by adult, but captioned by Lil' Professor.
3.- Hay acciones duplex, que son las que no capta el adulto, pero que capta el pequeño profesor.
4. -They have a name, you put it a name.
5. -More than one person may be involved. There is No Limit.
6, -They work to avoid a catastrophic living... However, they got a price: Price to quit to live and becoming you on a living dead.
7. -There is always a justify.
8. -Player are always unaware they are playing them.
9. -Finishes: Prison, Hospital, Asylum, Graveyard.

Psychologist Games Role Characters:
1. -Saviour ( NO OK Protective Parent) Exemplas: Hitler, Trump, Fidel, Chavez, Hussein, AMLO, Oliver Cromwell, HenryVIII, etc.
2. -Perseguidor (Padre Crítico NO OK) Ejemplos: Jewishes, Latin America, Capitalism, La Mafia del Poder,Evil Empire, Royalist Cavaliers, The Pope, etc. The mostly imaginary foes.
3. -Victims (Niño Programado NO OK) Examples: Germany,  USA, Cuba, Venezuelas, Chairos, Parlament and Roundheads, England, etc.

Roles are Exchangables and produces next games: 
1. -Hot Potato:
     -The Game objective is trying burn something next to your social circle or your family. Generally are made of Sadness, Fear or Rage.


2, -Games of Stupid:
     These are the Hardcore part of Psichologic games, They divide on:
      1) Game of Stupid, Level 1: No loses.
      2) Game of Stupid, Level 2: Low loses.
      3) Game of Stupid, Level 3: High Loses.
      4) Game of Stupid, Final Level: Prison, Hospital, Asylum, Graveyard.


All those define on us an existenrial Position:


Existential Position:
1. -Maniac Position: I'm right, You're right. Out of reality.
2. -Paronoid Position: Classical...  "I'm right, you're wrong". Out of Reality.
3. -Realistic Position: I'm more or less right, you're more or less right. Realistic.
4.- Depresive Position: I'm wrong,  you're right. Out of Reality. Critic level.
5. -Reject or Death: I'm wrong, you're wrong. Death.





All these concepts generates among human beings all kind diseases.

Conclusion:

In resume, Trump is absolutely ILL, and I'm not telling just me, it told many mental health experts.  And all those concepts are health knowledge (Psychosomathic Medicine exactly.)


I don't know where did you take that info, but the truth, his "sucess" is because of application of these concepts, because his NOT OK Critic Parent Crititizes the best of the world, and when criticizes negatively, you criticizes the worst of you, because he is capable of create brutal psychologist games, becauses he stands on paranoid or maniac position, ignoring he will fall soon on reject, asylum or graveyard, because he has received too negative recordings, and the misuse of this concepts will take him to Games of Stupid: Final Time. But above all, America has fear, and fear is easy to manipulate.

Now, this is the reality not only of the US, but also the World:
The reality is none of the candidates, neither republicans, neither democrats, neither voters, nor electoral college, nor Putin, nor ISIS, nor Neo-Crusaders, nor PRI, nor PAN, nor PRD, nor MORENA, nor PT, absolutely MOSTLY is not aware from reality. We see much truth, but zero reality. Reality is parent programmed us, someone to destroy us, someone to love, it depends for each one of us. Reality is we are differently created to find our differences and get aware across those ones Can fin our simmilitudes. We see too much try, but we Can't Watch that reality, that even trough be most differents, we still being a race: The Human Race. And we destruct us just but lil' differences that oughta project big simmilitudes.


Thanks for reading!

References: "Todo Cae del Cielo. Sintesis de lo que Niño tiene hambre", By Dr. Guillermo Villatoro Chacón, created by Ing. Rubén Parra Tarín. 

Well, I know it hurts, but someone got to make the dirty job.
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