2020/06/05

Rhetoric and Witches

Witch-finder

With the latest round of race riots providing an orgy of evidence for everything I've said about the Death Cult, it's no stretch to say that Witch hunting is in season. Since I disavow violence, unlike the Witches, the trials and sentencing will be conducted rhetorically.

That doesn't mean engaging Witches in online debate. True to its name, the Death Cult has shown itself eager to destroy the country in the name of its impossible dogma. People who blame white supremacists, pander to BLM, or turn their avis black cannot be reached by argument. You shouldn't interact with them beyond administering the Witch Test, screen capping the result, and blocking them.

The same goes, as far as is possible, for the rash of companies who've thrown in with the rioters against their own customers. It's practically every corporation except for Wendy's at this point, so boycotting all of them would take heroic effort. At the same time, complaining about corporate virtue signaling only serves to give them free advertising.

What should be done, then? It's simple. Talk about these entities, not to them. Screen grabs and archiving are your best friends right now. Amass a compendium of blue checks failing the Witch Test and fried chicken restaurants unironically declaring their dependence on black lives. Calmly and respectfully present this evidence to normie family and friends who remain bluepilled.

The current crisis has handed counterculture dissidents our best chance to date of opening normal people's eyes. Always remember that they are your audience, not the Witches.

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23 comments:

  1. Ah...we can't burn them at the stake yet?

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    1. They're burning each other down just fine.

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    2. Wow. Am I a sadist for laughing at that? I heard they're spreading plagues to each other too.

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    3. Let's see ... We've got Pestilence, War, Famine ... Who's the next fighter to join the game?

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    4. We already had locusts and volcanoes. Tornado warning on my phone every day. It knows I have to "shelter in place", right? I think our clergy should commit to civil disobedience because these riots will lead to a spike in cases which will be used to insinuate the lockdowns. Not good.

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    5. Athletic and WhitesplosiveJune 5, 2020 at 5:09 PM

      Seing the insanity of the past week really showed how apt the title of "Witch" is for these people.

      It struck me seeing the video of antifa burning a homeless man's mattress and possessions, that it's hard to imagine a system to produce more perfectly evil people. Just mindless destruction and cruelty for its own sake.

      It's not quite widows or orphans, but mistreating beggars is only a notch above a sin that cries to the heavens for vengeance.

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    6. Never forget that we are dealing with the worst people in the world.

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    1. To those who failed to capture what I posted, I had to retract it, because it was strongly worded and cut me as deeply as a mortal sin. I will only say neither Church leaders nor the laity are fit to resist the cult of death without the prayer and the sacrifice of the kind that our lady asked of us as Fatima.

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    2. Praise God for the grace of wisdom, and amen.

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  3. On your point about every.single.company virtue signaling: I'm NOT opening up my gmail "promotions" tab for a while. In my inbox, it's only well meaning idio

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  4. Death Cult Watch: Warhammer (that is, GDW) drinks the rainbow poison: https://youtu.be/ZfH7NJnKoX8

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    1. Pedantry note: Games Workshop. GDW died in the 90s after running afoul of TSR over Dangerous Journeys.

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    2. That's going to be one grimy rainbow. I thought DC did grimdark, but they're My Little Pony compared to the Empire of Man

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  5. When it comes to businesses and corporations, I think we might need to start distinguishing between sins of weakness (those who just put up the focus-grouped statements to signal submission to the nascent Antichurch) and sins of malice (those who actively support the cause). Both are sins, but one is graver than the other.

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    1. Agreed. There has always been an Inner and Outer Party.

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    2. A related theory: The Outer Party takes the claims of 'White Supremacy' seriously, while for the Inner Party, it's a code word for what they truly hate but are not politically able to admit hating just yet.

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    3. I think you've got it: the inner party is as cynical as the outer party is gullible.

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  7. More from Cheka Clown World: your bookshelf is racist: https://archive.is/7buvr

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  8. It seems that the Z-Man has noticed this also: https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=20664
    I read the Daily Mail article he linked and have to wonder, rather seriously, about clergy would accept a foot-washing themselves rather than teaching the laity to serve one another by redirecting the offer. This assumes it was offered spontaneously, and not orchestrated.

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    1. Z Man is a keen observer who has spotted a lot of these social trends coming before anyone else. He's especially fond of, "Everybody on our side is atwitter about X, but what you should really keep an eye on is Y," type posts.

      His tragedy is that despite having the clarity of vision to see the problem, his spergy atheism keeps him from acknowledging the solution.

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