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Sunday, February 03, 2019

CBS rejects "Just Stand" ad

Deplatforming doesn't happen because you are a bad individual with evil ideas. It happens because those with the ability to silence you fear the power of your message:
A veteran-owned apparel company’s pro-flag Super Bowl TV ad that punches back at Nike's promotion of Colin Kaepernick and his national anthem protests has been rejected by CBS.

According to the firm, Nine Line Apparel, CBS was apparently not satisfied the firm could pay for the 45-second ad, despite having annual revenues of $25 million. A spokesman for Nine Line charged that CBS didn’t like the ad’s content.

The ad features soldiers, first responders, and images of military graves decorated with American flags and gives credit to them for protecting the rights of those like Kaepernick to protest.
Remember, Free Speech was always a fake principle. The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society.

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Blogger Mark Stoval February 03, 2019 5:38 AM  

I would add that laws are meant to crush the little guys at the discretion of the ruling elite.

Just try to not bake that cake as a small Christian bakery and see what laws are in effect. Just try having a "Christmas Festival" in the town square.

It has always been thus. The ruling elite has moved ever leftward over the decades, but this sort of thing has been around a long time.

Blogger Dave February 03, 2019 5:50 AM  

Just released: BitChute's statement on the de-platforming by Indiegogo

https://bitchute.info/indiegogo-deplatforms-bitchute/

Blogger Dave February 03, 2019 5:55 AM  

From comments to BitChutes post on Gab:

Ulf Ayirtahsk Berg @uab
Castalia House is apparently in some legal battle with Indiegogo right now
23 minutes ago

BitChute @BitChute
We've heard, I'm going to contact Vox Day about this

Blogger Double E February 03, 2019 6:04 AM  

They might get a fair bit of publicity from being rejected - and they don't have to pay a dime.

Blogger Duke Norfolk February 03, 2019 6:24 AM  

"The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

The biggest red pill?

Quite possibly. I know it has possibly been my most important revelation.

Blogger Innamorato February 03, 2019 6:46 AM  

The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society.

Would love to read more on this theme.

Blogger Rhys February 03, 2019 7:08 AM  

I really hope politicizing the Super Bowl backfires on them. In a sensible world it would, considering how popular and important it is.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 03, 2019 7:13 AM  

Daniels Defense did this a few years ago, good ad but I suppose AR-15s were a bridge too far.

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 7:14 AM  

We should revive the late Roman tradition of great funerary rites, en masse... aside but is it normal to think of war immediately on waking these days?

Blogger basementhomebrewer February 03, 2019 7:24 AM  

I wonder if normies are going to start to notice that the Super Bowl does reject ads and yet all these social justice ads keep getting approved. It's not "just business" that excuse was always lame to people paying attention. Now it is transparently false.

Blogger FUBARwest February 03, 2019 7:24 AM  

""The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

The biggest red pill?

Quite possibly. I know it has possibly been my most important revelation."

Still processing this one. The History of Freedom of Thought is next on my list since Vox recommends it to explain the position. Maybe it wont be such a tough pill to swallow after.

It'll be replaced with how the right got bamboozled for centuries defending a concept that is antithetical with it's existence instead.

Blogger DJT February 03, 2019 7:28 AM  

The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society.

Only an engaged Christian monarchy can safeguard freedom and western society. That is why every Christian monarchy has been destroyed (Russia, etc), replaced (Greece, etc) or neutered by democracy (UK, etc).

The monarch is to society as the bishop is to the church, and as God is to the world. But democracy is to society as passion is to the soul.

True freedom–freedom from vice and its glitter–is only found within a framework of restraint. Democracy does not provide that, and our founders knew it. They knew it would all fall apart without the framework of Christian morality, and with nothing to enforce it but a social contract, it vanished.

What we see today is only the fulfillment of a devilish plot which took well over 500 years to hatch.

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 7:31 AM  

Where did the enlightenment start? I know German is, or used to be, the language of science and philosophy. I figure based on that the enlightenment started in German thinkers. National betrayal may as well be a feature in that group anyway (referencing Napoleonic era).

Blogger DJT February 03, 2019 7:38 AM  

"What about muh tea tax?"

We under democracy are paying astronomically higher taxes now than anything which precipitated the revolution. And what good is our representation, when the Israel lobby gets every war it asks for?

The drummed up passions of whiners can get elected people tossed out of office for a stupid photo or note, while murder gets off scot free. What good is it?

The church was much better at administering a welfare state than the government ever was. Where are the free hospitals and orphanages today? Replaced by corporations, drug companies, and CPS. Oh yes, much better!

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 7:44 AM  

>Where are the free hospitals and orphanages today?

Concerted efforts are underway to force catholic hospitals to provide euthanasia and abortion, services which completely undermine the mission statement.

Blogger Stilicho February 03, 2019 7:46 AM  

So, CBS prefers to keep negroes on their knees? Good to know. Spread the word.

Blogger Jamie-R February 03, 2019 7:51 AM  

Monarchs declined when finance globalised. You had the concepts of central banking, corporate structures, stock exchanges rise up, bankers could no longer be shut down, they were beyond the reach of a single nation. 1000 year Catholic-ruled France was plotted against, Napoleon was funded to create a New Europe, and when he failed, England was piggy-backed to global dominance as France lay in governmental instability. Money lenders becoming untouchable was the story, globalisation is fiercely defended for that reason, because an Invisible Force can't be beat. If people think 30 year mortgages are controlling then the bankers from the 18th century would blow you away. Nothing much has changed in 300 years. Although America being seduced as the heroes of WWI & 'lending' all that money to rebuild Europe with their new Central Bank was quite the nasty trick. The snakes of Europe had landed.

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 7:53 AM  

This is the org with a big ol' eye for its logo with HQ in NYC and production there and in Los Angeles. May as well be Isengard and Mordor.

Blogger Resident Moron™ February 03, 2019 7:54 AM  

It started in the Church, which was already corrupted past the ability (and perhaps the desire) to resist it.

Blogger Robert Browning February 03, 2019 7:59 AM  

Free speech was designed to protect Christ in his second coming. No one should be put to death for this thoughts, ideas, feelings or his spoken words and it should never have happened to Christ or anyone else.

Blogger Peaceful Poster February 03, 2019 8:02 AM  

Reminds me of when Faith Goldy tried to run a commercial on mainstream TV. The ad was booked by an eager salesman who simply wanted the commission. Faith had even pre-paid for it but the senior execs nixed it.

Blogger Andrew Brown February 03, 2019 8:02 AM  

Read A History of Freedom of Thought by John Bagnell Bury.

Blogger Brad Richards February 03, 2019 8:08 AM  

"The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

It's a good thing this is a blog, because there no way that Vox could say that with a straight face. The enlightenment is the basis for modern science, for industrialization, indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization.

If "the age of reason" undermines Christianity, it undermines those aspects of it found in medieval monasteries, in superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition, in a corrupt priesthood that sold penances for coin. Those aspects of Christianity belong in the dustbins of history. I'll take modern civilization, thanks.

Blogger Zach February 03, 2019 8:13 AM  

"Enlightenment" partisans taking credit for everything good ever in the West doesn't make it true.

Blogger Peaceful Poster February 03, 2019 8:22 AM  

(((The Enlightenment)))

Blogger VD February 03, 2019 8:23 AM  

It's a good thing this is a blog, because there no way that Vox could say that with a straight face. The enlightenment is the basis for modern science, for industrialization, indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization.

You lose that bet. And you're totally wrong about the Enlightenment being the basis for modern science, which precedes the Enlightenment. Modernity is the fruit of the Enlightenment and it is at war with Western civilization. There is no such thing as "modern Western civilization".

It's like describing cancer as being "the modern state of your body".

Blogger Damelon Brinn February 03, 2019 8:32 AM  

Free speech was designed to protect Christ in his second coming.

I'm confident that this is the dumbest thing I'll hear all day, and the sun is just coming over the horizon. Jesus Christ is coming back with a sword, not a soapbox.

Blogger ZhukovG February 03, 2019 8:40 AM  

The 'Enlightenment' is, and has always been, a parasite sucking the life out of Western Civilization.

The Christian Religion, The European Nations, and the Greco-Roman Legacy are the three pillars of the West. Anything else, is at best an eccentricity and at worst a deadly hazard.

Sadly, the United States was born with this fatal defect that is now approaching its terminal state.

Blogger Longtime Lurker February 03, 2019 8:45 AM  

If fearful CBS is fearful (and it is), then we can safely say that FBCIABCNNBCBS is also afraid.

As we used to say back in the day: As with the shitbird, as with the flock.

Blogger dienw February 03, 2019 8:49 AM  

Peaceful Poster wrote:(((The Enlightenment)))

The Enligtenment was Masonic, We need a symbol for the Masons.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey February 03, 2019 8:56 AM  

@17
Monarchs declined when finance globalised. You had the concepts of central banking, corporate structures, stock exchanges rise up, bankers could no longer be shut down, they were beyond the reach of a single nation.

If people think 30 year mortgages are controlling then the bankers from the 18th century would blow you away.

https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/mar/29/slavery-abolition-compensation-when-will-britain-face-up-to-its-crimes-against-humanity

"On 3 August 1835, somewhere in the City of London, two of Europe’s most famous bankers came to an agreement with the chancellor of the exchequer. Two years earlier, the British government had passed the Slavery Abolition Act, which outlawed slavery in most parts of the empire. Now it was taking out one of the largest loans in history, to finance the slave compensation package required by the 1833 act. Nathan Mayer Rothschild and his brother-in-law Moses Montefiore agreed to loan the British government £15m, with the government adding an additional £5m later. The total sum represented 40% of the government’s yearly income in those days, equivalent to some £300bn today."


Since it appeared in the Guardian, the article focuses on the alleged need for muh reparations, of course -- but it does mention in passing that the British taxpayer paid interest to the Rothschilds on this loan for... 180 years.

"Today, 1835 feels so long ago; so far away. But if you are a British taxpayer, what happened in that quiet room affects you directly. Your taxes were used to pay off the loan, and the payments only ended in 2015."

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey February 03, 2019 9:04 AM  

The enlightenment is the basis for modern science [no], for industrialization[partly] indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization.

So the the 'Enlightenment' was responsible for all of the material advances of modernity... but none of its spiritual sickness -- or its ongoing destruction of society.

Well OK then.

... superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition...

"B-b-but... muh SPANISH INQUISITION!"

The Spanish Inquisition was responsible for something like 3000 deaths over the course of 400 years -- the equivalent of a slow morning for an "Enlightened" organization like the Cheka enforcing an alternative belief system during the Red Terror. It only had authority over those who claimed to be Catholic -- and it stopped the infiltration and subversion of the Church by some of the same elements that are destroying it today.

Blogger Duke Norfolk February 03, 2019 9:12 AM  

Andrew Brown wrote:Read A History of Freedom of Thought by John Bagnell Bury.

And you can get it free here:
A History of Freedom of Thought by J. B. Bury

Blogger Robert Browning February 03, 2019 9:17 AM  

Damelon Brinn wrote:Free speech was designed to protect Christ in his second coming.

I'm confident that this is the dumbest thing I'll hear all day, and the sun is just coming over the horizon. Jesus Christ is coming back with a sword, not a soapbox.
Why? A person of reason should be able to justify their thoughts with reason, should they not? So answer me why? Why is it dumb that freedom of speech is derived from the killing of innocent Christ an innocent man who did no wrong but was killed for his expressions? Why?

Blogger Gunnar von Cowtown February 03, 2019 9:21 AM  

"You lose that bet. And you're totally wrong about the Enlightenment being the basis for modern science, which precedes the Enlightenment. Modernity is the fruit of the Enlightenment and it is at war with Western civilization. There is no such thing as "modern Western civilization"."

If you're ever at a loss for Darkstream topics, this one would surely cause more butthurt than Fight Club.

Blogger Damelon Brinn February 03, 2019 9:34 AM  

Why is it dumb that freedom of speech is derived from the killing of innocent Christ an innocent man who did no wrong but was killed for his expressions?

That's not what you said. Your goalposts are moving and something smells bad.

Blogger marco moltisanti February 03, 2019 9:42 AM  

Does the crowd here generally resent black football players for not wanting to stand for the US flag? I never have. I understand their not having patriotic feelings for the American nation or thinking of the stars and stripes as their flag. As Vox once said on a darkstream, they are not the same people as white Americans.

To clarify, this does not mean that I think white Americans can somehow solve black America's numerous problems by somehow being "less racist."

Blogger Argus Bacchus February 03, 2019 9:47 AM  

@23

"The enlightenment is the basis for modern science, for industrialization, indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization."

Insert "Christian theologians practicing natural philosophy" in place of "Enlightenment".

NOW you're on to something.


You're welcome.

Blogger Robert Browning February 03, 2019 9:49 AM  

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Blogger Robert Browning February 03, 2019 9:51 AM  

To Brinn------Let me remind it is our ability to reason that separates us from the animals. Why was what I said dumb? Explain yourself? Defend yourself with reason. It is the way of the civilized human being is it not? Why? Can you answer?

Blogger S1AL February 03, 2019 9:59 AM  

Waxing nostalgic for the Glorious Christian Monarchy (tm) is always good for a chuckle in the morning. It betrays a complete lack of awareness of how monarchs have historically behaved (hint: the Anti-Pope crisis is merely the most obvious example).

Blogger The Observer February 03, 2019 10:01 AM  

... superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition...

Ha.

The Spanish and Catholic Inquisitions in general were the height of mercy, evidence-based investigation, and restraint. Their concerns were mostly with the status of Jewish conversos and various heresies, which were perfectly justified. Most of popular knowledge regarding the inquisitions comes from the now-discredited Black Legend. Prisoners would often blaspheme just to get into the Inquisition's custody.

By the 14th century, the Inquisition represented the best legal practices available. Inquisition officials were university-trained specialists in law and theology. The procedures were similar to those used in secular inquisitions (we call them “inquests” today, but it’s the same word).


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Staffed by well-educated legal professionals, [the spanish inquisition] was one of the most efficient and compassionate judicial bodies in Europe. No major court in Europe executed fewer people than the Spanish Inquisition. This was a time, after all, when damaging shrubs in a public garden in London carried the death penalty. Across Europe, executions were everyday events. But not so with the Spanish Inquisition. In its 350-year lifespan only about 4,000 people were put to the stake. Compare that with the witch-hunts that raged across the rest of Catholic and Protestant Europe, in which 60,000 people, mostly women, were roasted. Spain was spared this hysteria precisely because the Spanish Inquisition stopped it at the border. When the first accusations of witchcraft surfaced in northern Spain, the Inquisition sent its people to investigate. These trained legal scholars found no believable evidence for witches’ Sabbaths, black magic, or baby roasting. It was also noted that those confessing to witchcraft had a curious inability to fly through keyholes. While Europeans were throwing women onto bonfires with abandon, the Spanish Inquisition slammed the door shut on this insanity. (For the record, the Roman Inquisition also kept the witch craze from infecting Italy.)


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By the mid-16th century, Spain was the wealthiest and most powerful country in Europe. King Philip II saw himself and his countrymen as faithful defenders of the Catholic Church. Less wealthy and less powerful were Europe’s Protestant areas, including the Netherlands, northern Germany, and England. But they did have a potent new weapon: the printing press. Although the Spanish defeated Protestants on the battlefield, they would lose the propaganda war.

Innumerable books and pamphlets poured from northern presses accusing the Spanish Empire of inhuman depravity and horrible atrocities in the New World. Opulent Spain was cast as a place of darkness, ignorance, and evil. Although modern scholars have long ago discarded the Black Legend, it still remains very much alive today.


So much of Enlightenent "history" from prima nocta, chastity belts, Galileo and the Spanish Inquisition are flat-out lies. Bad trees bear rotten fruit.

Blogger Solon February 03, 2019 10:08 AM  

The right has been at war with the left for years now. Just because there aren't many bullets flying doesn't make it not a war.

So yes. It's normal. One of the first things I do in my day is check various news sites and blogs to see how the war is going.

Blogger Solon February 03, 2019 10:12 AM  

Over/under on the current antipope cucking?

One wonders if that would be the straw that broke the camel's back, and Catholics fled en masse to the Eastern Rites or Protestantism.

There's a Greek Orthodox Church down the way where I live. Their masses are b-e-a-utiful.

Blogger VD February 03, 2019 10:12 AM  

Why is it dumb that freedom of speech is derived from the killing of innocent Christ an innocent man who did no wrong but was killed for his expressions? Why?

Because it's not true, you moron. You're not merely stupid, you're ignorant as well.

Blogger VD February 03, 2019 10:14 AM  

in superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition

You're even more ignorant than Robert Browning. Seriously, you should be embarrassed to be posting that sort of ahistorical fiction here.

Blogger Solon February 03, 2019 10:20 AM  

The United States wasn't "born" with this fatal defect. Our Founding Fathers were highly religious. One of the first buildings in a new town built was a church. Andrew Jackson fought against the bank his entire life.

America was born a Christian nation. "One nation under God."

It's when we turned away from God that The Deceiver came in and corrupted us.

The United States died a long time ago. What we have today is maggots on a corpse. It's about time God came in and either ressurected it, or washed it away so something new and beautiful can arise.

Blogger Thumos February 03, 2019 10:29 AM  

Brad Richards wrote:"The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

It's a good thing this is a blog, because there no way that Vox could say that with a straight face. The enlightenment is the basis for modern science, for industrialization, indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization.

If "the age of reason" undermines Christianity, it undermines those aspects of it found in medieval monasteries, in superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition, in a corrupt priesthood that sold penances for coin. Those aspects of Christianity belong in the dustbins of history. I'll take modern civilization, thanks.


Imagine having this reddit-tier take on history and being a reader of this blog.

Blogger Thumos February 03, 2019 10:47 AM  

The Observer wrote:... superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition...

Ha.

The Spanish and Catholic Inquisitions in general were the height of mercy, evidence-based investigation, and restraint. Their concerns were mostly with the status of Jewish conversos and various heresies, which were perfectly justified. Most of popular knowledge regarding the inquisitions comes from the now-discredited Black Legend. Prisoners would often blaspheme just to get into the Inquisition's custody.

By the 14th century, the Inquisition represented the best legal practices available. Inquisition officials were university-trained specialists in law and theology. The procedures were similar to those used in secular inquisitions (we call them “inquests” today, but it’s the same word).



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Staffed by well-educated legal professionals, [the spanish inquisition] was one of the most efficient and compassionate judicial bodies in Europe. No major court in Europe executed fewer people than the Spanish Inquisition. This was a time, after all, when damaging shrubs in a public garden in London carried the death penalty. Across Europe, executions were everyday events. But not so with the Spanish Inquisition. In its 350-year lifespan only about 4,000 people were put to the stake. Compare that with the witch-hunts that raged across the rest of Catholic and Protestant Europe, in which 60,000 people, mostly women, were roasted. Spain was spared this hysteria precisely because the Spanish Inquisition stopped it at the border. When the first accusations of witchcraft surfaced in northern Spain, the Inquisition sent its people to investigate. These trained legal scholars found no believable evidence for witches’ Sabbaths, black magic, or baby roasting. It was also noted that those confessing to witchcraft had a curious inability to fly through keyholes. While Europeans were throwing women onto bonfires with abandon, the Spanish Inquisition slammed the door shut on this insanity. (For the record, the Roman Inquisition also kept the witch craze from infecting Italy.)



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By the mid-16th century, Spain was the wealthiest and most powerful country in Europe. King Philip II saw himself and his countrymen as faithful defenders of the Catholic Church. Less wealthy and less powerful were Europe’s Protestant areas, including the Netherlands, northern Germany, and England. But they did have a potent new weapon: the printing press. Although the Spanish defeated Protestants on the battlefield, they would lose the propaganda war.

Innumerable books and pamphlets poured from northern presses accusing the Spanish Empire of inhuman depravity and horrible atrocities in the New World. Opulent Spain was cast as a place of darkness, ignorance, and evil. Although modern scholars have long ago discarded the Black Legend, it still remains very much alive today.



So much of Enlightenent "history" from prima nocta, chastity belts, Galileo and the Spanish Inquisition are flat-out lies. Bad trees bear rotten fruit.


People who think the Inquizishun was some horrible thing that society is now free from are the ones who keep the liberal pedo empire afloat. By the way, what is the source quoted here?

Blogger Thumos February 03, 2019 10:50 AM  

Enlightenment proponents fundamentally believe that God should be removed from the public square and that the state shouldn't manage morality and ways of living. These principles are, of course, profoundly naive and in fact childish. At base Enlightenment is man rebelling against God, reverting to the spoiled brat he tends to be without any guidance. The most harmful people are the self-styled "classical liberals" who try to argue objective principles in their own dumb, self-refuting relativistic paradigm.

Blogger Fargoth February 03, 2019 11:04 AM  

"The enlightenment" = The light-wielders blinding the masses with the light

Blogger Skyler the Weird February 03, 2019 11:07 AM  

Just say kneeling during the National Anthem is a secret plan to make "Black Lives Kneel Before The American Flag" again. Black Lives Submit.

Blogger Skyler the Weird February 03, 2019 11:11 AM  

The Enlightenment from the Dark Ages was no such thing. Western Civilization was alive and well in Constantinople in Medieval times until the Venetians irreparably harmed their trading rivals in the 4th Crusade.

Blogger Skyler the Weird February 03, 2019 11:15 AM  

The current use of the Enlightenment in the West is to Destroy the Middle Class Bourgeois and return to a form of Global Feudalism where there are the Elites and the peasants.

Blogger Laramie Hirsch February 03, 2019 11:19 AM  

"Remember, Free Speech was always a fake principle. The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

The United States is an empire that has no business trying to peddle itself as a democracy or even a democratic republic. It's too enormous. Empires need emperors.

It's the enemies of Christ and opponents of our own ancestors who disparage our past. They control the narrative. They are the ones who call the past "The Dark Ages." It is our enemies who put the idea in our minds that the past will always be bad, and our Star Trek future will be great. It is our enemies who concocted "The Enlightenment," and the same who continuously starts revolutions and Marxist movements oriented to subvert everything the past left us.

What we require is a Christendom-inspired monarch.

Blogger Fargoth February 03, 2019 11:21 AM  

@53 How did enlightenment philosophy undermine Christian society? Look around, for god sake. The fruit has been the attempted digitization of every aspect of reality. The fruit has been a universally applied lens of secularism, and this shift in perspective has been so all-consuming that we now have mass atheism. We now have morons, walking around, who literally believe there's no God.

Even within the quote you mentioned you can see the seeds of neo-liberal socialism being planted "a superior ordering of human affairs...whereby opporunities...[and]...fruits should be shared".

The enlightenment really set the table for the tablecloth to be pulled out from under God.

Blogger Fargoth February 03, 2019 11:23 AM  

@53 I mean, the enlightenment MUST have done enough damage to our psycho-spiritual foundations that Darwin and Marx were able to come along and put the nail in the coffin with faulty ideologies.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd February 03, 2019 11:25 AM  

basementhomebrewer wrote:I wonder if normies are going to start to notice that the Super Bowl does reject ads and yet all these social justice ads keep getting approved. It's not "just business" that excuse was always lame to people paying attention. Now it is transparently false.

A few are normie because they haven't noticed yet, but many choose not to notice because they're normie.

Robert Browning wrote:Free speech was designed to protect Christ in his second coming. No one should be put to death for this thoughts, ideas, feelings or his spoken words and it should never have happened to Christ or anyone else.

You know nothing of Christ, nor of free speech. Your statement is idiotic, on two at least counts. The first: Once, Christ chose to die to save each of us. He died for your sins, not for His. The second time, He's going to kill all who haven't accepted Him. The sinners will die for their thoughts, then go to eternal separation from God.

The second: Free speech has always, only, been about denying Christ and luring souls to death and eternal separation from God. Tolerating or defending evil is never Godly, but that's your free speech in a nasty little nutshell.

marco moltisanti wrote:Does the crowd here generally resent black football players for not wanting to stand for the US flag? I never have. I understand their not having patriotic feelings for the American nation or thinking of the stars and stripes as their flag. As Vox once said on a darkstream, they are not the same people as white Americans.

We don't resent their difference from us, we resent that they are violent, hateful strangers in our land despite the enormous favor we have shown them by allowing them to remain.

Blogger Mister Excitement February 03, 2019 11:38 AM  

"The ad features soldiers, first responders, and images of military graves decorated with American flags and gives credit to them for protecting the rights of those like Kaepernick to protest."

You have to give Kudos to the CivNats, they're determined to keep the Dream alive. They're hanging on by their fingernails, but they're determined.


"Remember, Free Speech was always a fake principle. The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

God bless Vox. I've followed politics for 25 yrs and no pundit or "expert" ever had the wisdom or courage to make such a bold statement.

Diversity and modern Western clown world are the ultimate Red Pills.

Blogger Robert Browning February 03, 2019 11:45 AM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:basementhomebrewer wrote:I wonder if normies are going to start to notice that the Super Bowl does reject ads and yet all these social justice ads keep getting approved. It's not "just business" that excuse was always lame to people paying attention. Now it is transparently false.

A few are normie because they haven't noticed yet, but many choose not to notice because they're normie.

Robert Browning wrote:Free speech was designed to protect Christ in his second coming. No one should be put to death for this thoughts, ideas, feelings or his spoken words and it should never have happened to Christ or anyone else.

You know nothing of Christ, nor of free speech. Your statement is idiotic, on two at least counts. The first: Once, Christ chose to die to save each of us. He died for your sins, not for His. The second time, He's going to kill all who haven't accepted Him. The sinners will die for their thoughts, then go to eternal separation from God.

The second: Free speech has always, only, been about denying Christ and luring souls to death and eternal separation from God. Tolerating or defending evil is never Godly, but that's your free speech in a nasty little nutshell.

marco moltisanti wrote:Does the crowd here generally resent black football players for not wanting to stand for the US flag? I never have. I understand their not having patriotic feelings for the American nation or thinking of the stars and stripes as their flag. As Vox once said on a darkstream, they are not the same people as white Americans.

We don't resent their difference from us, we resent that they are violent, hateful strangers in our land despite the enormous favor we have shown them by allowing them to remain.



No, you confused dear soul.


Christ was killed by the Jews because he refused to fulfill the expectations the Jews had for their messiah. Christ was killed because he refused to enslave humanity for the Jews. What is the promise of the Jew religion to the Jew people? The subjugation of the non-Jew is the correct answer. And Christ the Jew messiah rejected Judaism in total and chose to die rather enslave humanity.


Your refutation of your whole line of flawed reasoning comes down to one question and one question only? What is the promise of the Jew religion to the Jew people? Answer that question then you know why the Jews killed Christ and why the Jews hate Christ and Christians which such a long enduring maniacal passion.

Your reasoning is flawed. It doesn't make sense.

Blogger Fargoth February 03, 2019 11:46 AM  

Please, in God's name, just don't watch the fucking super bowl this year. You know they're messing with the flicker rates and using the event to install subliminal programming in the bovine spectators. You already know the ads and halftime show are going to be an SJW-fest, do you really need to expose yourself to that? Nothing good can come of it. I'll be out trout fishing, enjoying Minnesota's heat wave (it's swung up 50 degrees since thursday).

Don't watch it, brothers. The television wants you dead.

Blogger Mister Excitement February 03, 2019 11:50 AM  

@10

To get a sense of whether or not normies will notice something, do a Youtube search for "man on the street interviews"

Blogger VD February 03, 2019 12:14 PM  

You are banned from commenting here, Wild Man. Please stop attempting to do so.

Blogger FUBARwest February 03, 2019 12:19 PM  

"Not sure how this enlightenment philosophy undermines Christian society, or is 'fake'. VD is careful enough to ensure he never explains why"

That's wrong. In the darkstream he first presented this idea he brought up "A History of Freedom of Thought" that Vox claims is the foundation of the idea. Specifically because the "right" to freedom of speech was used to attack the blasphemy laws of the day. Which is by definition anti-Christian given this was happening in Christendom.

Why do you think the book has been mentioned 4 times already?

Are you lying or don't read threads you post in?

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey February 03, 2019 12:19 PM  

@37
Does the crowd here generally resent black football players for not wanting to stand for the US flag?

@59
We don't resent their difference from us, we resent that they are violent, hateful strangers in our land despite the enormous favor we have shown them by allowing them to remain.

Though in this particular case, what I resent far more is the behavior of the owners and the league in tolerating this nonsense... and that of the media in instigating, incentivizing, and promoting it.

Blogger FUBARwest February 03, 2019 12:22 PM  

"Christ was killed by the Jews because he refused to fulfill the expectations the Jews had for their messiah."

Christ was killed to save all mankind from their sins.

You've now gone from ignorance and illogic to heresy. You're reasoning has nothing to do with the concept of free speech. How free speech as a concept applies to a situation approximately 1500 years before it was around I'm not sure either.

Blogger dienw February 03, 2019 12:35 PM  

The right of freedom of speech is founded in Christ's words: " "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the things that are God's." It is primarily a religious right (maybe I should say it is a Christian responsibility) and it is an extension of the freedom of conscience:
Act 4:16  Saying, What shall we do to these men? for that indeed a notable miracle hath been done by them is manifest to all them that dwell in Jerusalem; and we cannot deny it. 
Act 4:17  But that it spread no further among the people, let us straitly threaten them, that they speak henceforth to no man in this name. 
Act 4:18  And they called them, and commanded them not to speak at all nor teach in the name of Jesus. 
Act 4:19  But Peter and John answered and said unto them, Whether it be right in the sight of God to hearken unto you more than unto God, judge ye. 
Act 4:20  For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard. 
Act 4:21  So when they had further threatened them, they let them go, finding nothing how they might punish them, because of the people: for all men glorified God for that which was done. 


The great lie told by the conservative movement is that the freedom of speech merely applies to political speech (I remember one of George Will's columns wherein he declares this).

Blogger Ominous Cowherd February 03, 2019 12:43 PM  

Robert Browning wrote:Christ was killed by the Jews because he refused to fulfill the expectations the Jews had for their messiah. Christ was killed because he refused to enslave humanity for the Jews.

Certainly the satanic Jews had their satanic reasons. Your mistake is assuming that the satanic Jews matter. They don't. God did what He wanted for His reasons. God carries out His plan, not the Jew's plan. The Jews don't rule the world.

As another said, your position leads to heresy.

Monomanias are tiresome. The insane idea that the Jews are subhuman supermen who secretly but openly rule the world is one of the most tedious.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd February 03, 2019 12:47 PM  

dienw wrote:The right of freedom of speech is founded in Christ's words: " "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the things that are God's."

Bogus, dude. Obey God, obey the Godly rulers He sets over us. Never compromise with evil, don't obey evil rulers who would have you disobey God. Acts 4:17-21 which you quoted is a great example of that.

Blogger VD February 03, 2019 12:50 PM  

You're off-topic, Robert Browning. Drop it.

Blogger Achilles February 03, 2019 12:51 PM  

"The Enlightenment was not merely a fake philosophy, it was a complete lie designed to undermine Christian society."

When is this book coming out?

Blogger FUBARwest February 03, 2019 12:52 PM  

@69 It doesn't matter and is irrelevant to the topic at hand which is free speech being anti-christian.

Blogger FUBARwest February 03, 2019 12:55 PM  

@Achilles It's already out. "A History of Freedom of Thought" by J.D. Bury. You can find it in the Arkhaven store and on the Castalia House site.

Blogger Lance E February 03, 2019 1:31 PM  

FUBARwest wrote:...how the right got bamboozled for centuries defending a concept that is antithetical with it's existence instead.

It didn't. While it can be argued that Buckleyism and Neoconservatism are fraudulent movements, American conservatism was never directly descended from the Tory philosophy of Filmer and Carlyle.

To say that (American) conservatism is liberalism's shadow isn't just a rhetorical flourish. Virtually all of America's founding stock were Whigs, AKA liberals. The constant leftward drift is because tolerance of radical/revolutionary politics is baked into the Whig cake. Most of what passes for the "right" here is literally the subset of those liberals who oppose radicalism, and they oppose it just as ineffectually today as they did in the 18th century.

The left isn't the anomaly in America; the right is the anomaly. American Conservatism is a reaction - and mostly an incoherent reaction by people who only know history in the context of their little bubble. No one was tricked; the game was rigged from the very beginning.

And the dissident right is a reaction to the failure of the mainstream right. The intellectual side is usually either based on ancient Tory literature or what I'd call European Christian Originalism. Because neither of those are native species here, the body politic often devolves into something just as incoherent as mainstream conservatism, like white nationalism.

The reason why the European Right has always been so different from the American Right is that the European Right is actually descended from Tories. The American Right is descended from Whigs. It shouldn't even exist, which is a source of endless frustration and rage for progressives.

Blogger Crush Limbraw February 03, 2019 2:17 PM  

I second the motion - there is always something unique about DaVoxView! In the meantime, if you like to read - https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/search?q=Enlightenment&m=0 - begins with a collection from bionic mosquito and seems endless on the subject. I didn't realize I had collected that many in DaLimbrawLibrary.

Blogger Damn the torpedos February 03, 2019 2:52 PM  

We need an irrational atheist style take down of the enlightenment and individualalsim.

The enlightenment is the altar at which Peterson Pinker and Shapiro worship. It’s time someone burned it to the ground so that the true right can assert itself.

Blogger Solon February 03, 2019 3:32 PM  

I read "A History of the Freedom of Thought" just now.

The author has a good intro wherein he describes the Greek city-states, the works of Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle.

He then descends into some of the most outrageous claims against Christianity for chapter after chapter after chapter. He explains how the early Romans viewed Christians (as some subset of Judaism), and reasons out why they were persecuted in the Roman empire (makes sense; if you thought Christians were just some sect of Jews, you wouldn't want them teaching and spreading their faith either).

But he never seemed to move past that view, that Christians were some insular, rabidly xenophobic, anti-statist cult.

He lambasts them endlessly for all sorts of "moral outrages," attributes the cessation of rationalism and the sciences to them and them only, labels the Popes as tyrants only out for power (to be fair, some of them were), goes on to suggest that the Protestant movements of Calvin and Luther were illogical, i.e. "disbelieve these superstitions, but continue to believe these superstitions that we tell you to," and on and on and on.

The more I read, the more my teeth clenched. My jaw still hurts.

He's so... Self-righteous in his writings, that clearly, all of these evils were the fault of those nasty, nasty sub-Jews, and the rational thinkers like him were what brought humanity out of the so-called "Dark Ages."

I don't think that he, even for a second, realized that his writing was exactly the writing of a cultist, only for a different cult (that of "rationalism" and "humanism"). His views were fully in support of "radical Individualism," the results of which we see today: degeneracy, hedonism, overwhelming poverty contrasted to outrageous opulence for the fortunate few.

That work is a libertarian's wet dream: leave me alone, let me believe whatever I want to believe, let me blaspheme in peace.

One only needs to look at today's atheist societies to see that those libertine philosophies are disgustingly dyscivic and ruinous to a healthy, orderly society.

How he can, in the first chapter, use as an example Plato's ideal society, of which Plato described as "follow this religion or be exiled/put to death, even if the religion happens to be false, what matters is that the moral structure of the religion is used to better the society," and then suggest that his own religion, that of "secular humanism," is somehow better, just because it is "free and rational," is mind-boggling. We see it today in the religion of the Left, Liberalism: it is FAR more barbaric and intolerant than Christianity, by a LONG shot. If he were around today, he'd dye his hair pink, chop his own balls off, and decry the patriarchy as "oppressive and evil."

I feel like I need to take a shower after reading that filth.

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 3:45 PM  

> I'll take modern civilization, thanks.

Do you even go here, dude? Are you going to say next that the 30 Years War was anticipating the tent revival movement?

Blogger Wild Man February 03, 2019 3:52 PM  

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Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 4:39 PM  

Wild Man, you got negative attention from the blog owner and a ban. Most people would promptly issue a contrite apology in public and perhaps in private, promise not to act that way elsewhere, and leave. The blogosphere is small and analytics tools accurate. Take that red card and go.

Blogger Wild Man February 03, 2019 4:54 PM  

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Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 5:10 PM  

What part of the blog owner not caring what you have to say didn't sink in?

Blogger Dirk Manly February 03, 2019 5:12 PM  

@23

"The enlightenment is the basis for modern science, for industrialization, indeed for practically everything that we consider part of modern Western civilization."

Bzzzt! Wrong. The search for Truth, and oftentimes God's hand in the physical world, is the basis for the scientific method. In other words, the Scientific Method is based on nothing less than Christianity.

"If "the age of reason" undermines Christianity, it undermines those aspects of it found in medieval monasteries, in superstition-driven monstrosities like the Spanish Inquisition,"

You have absolutely NO idea of what the Spanish Inquisition was all about. Crack open some history books, and find out what happened during the 700 YEARS leading up to the Spanish Inquisition, and who.... WHO... was clandestinely assisting the Moslem invasion, while pretending to be loyal Christian Spaniards.

The Spanish Inquisition was never meant to harm good people... and it didn't.... unless your definition of a good person is a treasonous "cosmopolitan" who undermines every society which offers him refuge.

"... in a corrupt priesthood that sold penances for coin."

By definition, that's not Christianity.

@ banned and soon-to-be-spam-trapped person

"There is no contradiction between enlightenment philosophy and Christianity."

You are historically illiterate.

Really. The first society to fully embrace Englightenment Philosophy turned into an orgy of violence, and became enamored with throwing away everything (just like our leftists today) that they even got rid of the 7 day week (replacing it with 10) and the 12-month year (replacing it with a 10 month year), and even the 24-hour day with 60-minute hours with 60=second minutes (A system devised by the Babylonians because 60 can be divided by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, and 30). and replaced it with a totally decimal clock. None of this worked out well for anybody, and the whole thing ended in an absolute bloodbath.

The spark that started the French Revolution was misguided (englightenment-inspired) free-trade policies which put many people out of work for long periods of time (sound familiar?). And what that spark set off was antithetical to Christianity -- in fact, Christianity itself was one of the main enemies of the French Revolution.

In its roots and in its heart, the Enlightenment has ALWAYS been anti-Christian.

Blogger daddynichol February 03, 2019 5:15 PM  

I detect a Gamma mid-wit infestation.

Blogger Sheila4g February 03, 2019 5:58 PM  

@31 Francis Parker Yockey: "Today, 1835 feels so long ago; so far away. But if you are a British taxpayer, what happened in that quiet room affects you directly. Your taxes were used to pay off the loan, and the payments only ended in 2015."

Thank you for that amazing and monstrous information. No wonder (((they))) pull all the strings - they own everyone in the modern West. Not to drag the thread off topic, but there was nothing in the link that indicated precisely how much interest was paid on that loan. Since the info was the result of a Freedom of Information Act request, presumably the numbers exist somewhere? Anyone with a better head for math than I have an educated guess?

Blogger Wild Man February 03, 2019 6:06 PM  

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Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 6:15 PM  

Please stop masturbating here Wild Man. Even if you were correct, which you are not, you would still be wrong for evading a ban. You seem to think that stating your case gets you out of a ban. It does not. It only shows that the ban was done in good faith and was correct. While banned you may want to read the following,

https://infogalactic.com/info/Age_of_Enlightenment

Blogger Dirk Manly February 03, 2019 6:15 PM  

>> If enlightenment philosophy is about:

>> 'a superior ordering of human affairs, one that produces better outcomes for more people, is one whereby opportunities are more widely shared, and as such, the consequences of the successful engagement with said opportunities, producing 'merit', the fruits of which should be shared, but, with the lion's share of such output earmarked as the personal property of the producer',


Which is EXACTLY how "free trade" policy advocates have always sold it.

And if you don't think free trade policies had anything to do with the anger, the poor starving in the streets that sparked the French Revolution, you've now gone from ignorant (because you didn't nkow) to stupid (because you've been informed, and are rejecting the truth).

Blogger Wild Man February 03, 2019 6:29 PM  

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Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 6:34 PM  

Jacobin filth, go find a stake to burn at.

Blogger Wild Man February 03, 2019 6:35 PM  

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Blogger Ford Prefect February 03, 2019 6:36 PM  

@18: I never thought of that before. Maybe we should, to promote honesty in broadcasting, refer to CBS as MBS (Mordor Broadcasting System).

Blogger Sammi Hass February 03, 2019 6:38 PM  

@Ford Prefect. I like that idea. I never knew where their HQ and production was until I looked it up. Given we know LA and NYC are basically de facto free city states in some sort of wicked trade league system, I thought the Tolkein metaphor fit well.

Blogger Dirk Manly February 03, 2019 8:08 PM  

"Hey Dirk - on the banning thing - why is your handle shown in grey type and everyone else's is shown in blue type?"

Because that's what happens after you've clicked on a link. Click on the time stamps of various comments, and see what happens.

Blogger JOSEPH ANGEL February 03, 2019 8:22 PM  

Gee, did anyone think that jew-owned/controlled CBS would accept a pro-Heritage America advertisement? It goes without saying that (((CBS))) would accept a anti-Heritage America ad from a jew-run company, Nike, that championed a whitey-hating mulatto.

Blogger Markku February 03, 2019 11:43 PM  

Someone alerted me that there were turds to clean up here, so I did.

Blogger Innamorato February 04, 2019 2:26 AM  

@75 I second the motion - there is always something unique about DaVoxView! In the meantime, if you like to read - https://crushlimbraw.blogspot.com/search?q=Enlightenment&m=0 - begins with a collection from bionic mosquito and seems endless on the subject. I didn't realize I had collected that many in DaLimbrawLibrary.

Wow - many thanks, Crush Limbraw.

From the man's own site:
Discerning the Dawn: History, Eschatology and New Creation.

Blogger Emmanuel Mateo-Morales February 04, 2019 2:42 AM  

@66

"Christ was killed by the Jews because he refused to fulfill the expectations the Jews had for their messiah."

"Christ was killed to save all mankind from their sins."

You make it seem like those two are necessarily mutually exclusive... when they don't really have to be and can actually harmonize quite well.

Blogger Sammi Hass February 04, 2019 9:58 AM  

Markku, thanks. Idk what's worse; not taking the red card and leaving or flailing that the enlightenment was Christian and good for the French provincial countrymen.

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