Friday, November 16, 2012

The Dregs Swim to the Top

Regarding the Ascent of the Green Party

The parties are part of democracy, because they allow people without ability and character to excel.

(  Democracy is a form of mass social existence in which the lower classes make a tin god of themselves.

With the erecting of a temple of self-divinization -- the propylaea -- the Democracy takes its beginning.

He is positions himself for deification.

The Mob Revolution

In these days such temples aren't called propylaea, but parliaments.

The political parties are  the components  of Democracies, because they offer possibilities for advancement, which reach disproportionate social heights, without being accompanied by corresponding accomplishments or necessary qualities of character.

The conquest of the central political positions of power is the successful completion of the stage of Mass Revolution.

This has penetrated in all areas of social life, decomposing them democratically.

The Mass Aborbs

The aim of democracy consists in undermining the established competition.

In its place a cornucopia of opportunities is made, which gives the masses "equal chances",  to position themselves as members of parliament or higher in order to secure for themselves the best possible positions.

The universities, television studios, the courts, the administrative apparatus and the executive can not long withstand the power of the democratic masses.

They will by and by be overwhelmed by the democratic mob.

Emancipation of Ignorance

Need brings creativity and urges the teaming mob to pull all registers.

Through this all science will be falsified, as well as pseudo-sciences will be founded.

New titles will be introduced for common dignitaries.

Beheading Society

One can scratch some money together in order to appear prosperous and extravagant .

Jobs and positions will be discovered which no one needs.

At the end of democratization comes social collapse.

The democratic monster beheads society, in which all of those who are well-informed are pushed aside and the know-it-all is put in his place.

This is from the blog  Dr. Andrej Poleev...

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