Richard Syrett, COVID Spiritual Warfare |521|

#61
No. Listen to what Bannon says and remember that fascism is a political ideology distinct from the popular meaning of the word. Racism (and even Trump) is a different issue. Bannon is a near textbook fascist.

Check it out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascism

Peace.
Fascism/racism (ethnic strife) dictatorial communism is part of the same sickness. Someone who thinks they have the right to impose their will or theories against another person and individual against their will particularly when taken to barbaric evil extent that Hitler, Musolini, Stalin, Mao, Poll Pot etc did, is not Bannon, Trump, Giuliani, Mike Lindell, Wendy Rogers etc. There is just no reality in the comparisson.

Where does Bannon ever even go off rail of any significance regarding living by tenents, laws, individual rights and freedoms written into the US constitution?

There are people everywhere who either identify more and express themselves through the right or left of political methodology but that doesnt mean for example that all Republicans are Nazis and Democrats are commy dictatoring barbarians.

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#62
The question you should ask yourself is what exactly it is about COVID (as opposed to the scores of nameless viruses that have hit us all from time to time) that made it necessary to lock people down and rush through vaccines without normal testing.


I have avoided discussing global depopulation, but you could try browsing this website:

https://www.weforum.org/great-reset/

Also, I have seen a video of Bill Gates discussing biochemical methods to induce sterility in a large part of the population! Nowadays it is much harder to look such things up because of censorship of various sorts, but certainly people who talk that way don't seem to be talking total BS.

I think it would help if people making claims about extensive depopulation would add some links.

David
I am like you, David. I hate to take up the very dark issue of what else seems to be going on w/ the plandemic. For instance, I have a firm belief in the precognitive value of sci-fi writers like Jules Verne who wrote about submarines long before they were invented, space travel, vivesection horror stories like The Island of Dr. Moreau that loosely predicts genetic engineering, & Philip K. Dick's novels about cybernetic organisms. Now, witness Inferno, the tale of a deranged genius who plans to summarily end over-population through biological means to save the planet. A political sci-fi thriller that is coming true is The Handmaid's Tale.
What has happened in the Philippines are tales of otherwise healthy ppl of all ages being vaccinated but dying 2 days to 2 weeks later. If they were recycled tales of the same content, I could dismiss them, but the victims were ppl known by close family & friends. At first, I discounted them as hysterical, displaced fear of needles & the unknown, but they just kept coming in. Now, I know ppl can be easily fooled but these were so numerous & consistent that I had to admit something was going on that was really wrong.
All I can point to is some revolting but calm discussions, among others, of the early talk among scientists for the need to sterilize blacks by South African researchers, & refer you to links by others on this forum. The implications boggle the mind, but we have to accept the fact that genocide, mass murder, & other staggeringly evil acts are commonly practiced all over the world. Hitler just made it more efficient. Hoping or denying the possibility as untrue doesn't do any good.
https://hugotalks.com/2021/10/02/young-hearts-part-v-more-shocking-injuries-from-the-jab/
Genocide that started in Wuhan, CCP, China https://odysee.com/@OzFlor:7/genocide:b
 
#63
I find that words like 'fascism' are used indiscriminately as ad hominems.
Totally. I was trying to use the word technically.

Why not give one or two actual examples of what Steve Bannon has said or done that you think qualify him for this description? Be careful to include some context.
I don't have the will to go through any of Mr. Bannon's material to pull out specific quotes.

In my view, whenever you take the anti-modern, somewhat apocalyptic Traditionalism of René Guénon and, more particularly, Julius Evola, turn them into a program for political action, then add economic nationalism and a belief in the power of large-scale conflict to reshape the world for the good, you get something very close to fascism.

Bar the diagnosis of fascism, I don't think Bannon would disagree with the above take.

Bannon, Trump, Giuliani, Steve Lindell, Wendy Rogers etc.
I don't know who Lindell and Rogers are. Giuliani, I don't know enough about and I don't think Trump is a fascist. Bannon on the other hand.....
 
#64
Totally. I was trying to use the word technically.



I don't have the will to go through any of Mr. Bannon's material to pull out specific quotes.

In my view, whenever you take the anti-modern, somewhat apocalyptic Traditionalism of René Guénon and, more particularly, Julius Evola, turn them into a program for political action, then add economic nationalism and a belief in the power of large-scale conflict to reshape the world for the good, you get something very close to fascism.

Bar the diagnosis of fascism, I don't think Bannon would disagree with the above take.



I don't know who Lindell and Rogers are. Giuliani, I don't know enough about and I don't think Trump is a fascist. Bannon on the other hand.....
Amazingly I don't see an answer there!

David
 
#67
This is an extensive article/report on lab grown meat which goes through a large number of points about what animal cell cuture introduced and then grown, gm'ed etc in culture dishes in a lab is, adverse health effects etc.
On top of all of the above i also found this:


'Scientists are even working on lab-grown meat made from human cells that are being harvested from the inside of your cheek, so there’s no telling how far the fake meat industry will go.'

On the matter of the animal culture grown lab meat why would i want to eat that crap and not beef and fried chicken.

The other one and i saw them pushing it on the BBC to kids, they want us all eating lab grown worms based on their climate or CO2 emission theory or something.
unbe fucking lievable


https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/lab-grown-meat-ultra-processed-product-farmers-ranchers/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=9c55c2a0-1637-40fb-b6bc-d63cf27fef44
Soylent Green is next.
 
#68
Totally. I was trying to use the word technically.



I don't have the will to go through any of Mr. Bannon's material to pull out specific quotes.

In my view, whenever you take the anti-modern, somewhat apocalyptic Traditionalism of René Guénon and, more particularly, Julius Evola, turn them into a program for political action, then add economic nationalism and a belief in the power of large-scale conflict to reshape the world for the good, you get something very close to fascism.

Bar the diagnosis of fascism, I don't think Bannon would disagree with the above take.



I don't know who Lindell and Rogers are. Giuliani, I don't know enough about and I don't think Trump is a fascist. Bannon on the other hand.....
sorry i meant Mike Lindell, have edited previous post
 
#69
Sorry, I don't have the time at the moment. Monday or Tuesday, okay?
Clearly for you ad hominems come before any factual accusation. Steve is a public figure, but honestly, how would you like it if someone insulted you without giving a decent reason. I mean all the modern ad hominems - racist, homophobe, fascist, etc have to refer to some actual act(s) otherwise they are meaningless and reflect very badly on the person who utters them.

David
 
#70
The following post was at #45 in this thread and posted on Friday. The post before Silence jumped in. It was there last night. It seems to have disappeared.
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good to see. the guy who speaks on the mic for a while makes a comment about the Queen which i really don't think is true at all (soooo much disinfo regarding her that i dont blame him and i have really looked at her case)
https://odysee.com/@ResistanceGB:f/australia-britain-solidarity:7
 
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Alex

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#71
I just listened to [521] with Richard Syrett. As a Torontonian, I'm happy to hear more exposure to life in the gulag here. I never heard of Richard Syrett before, so I will now explore his presence and work more. I agree that the covidiocity is a dark force we need to fight. I am a dual citizen (Canada/US) I will not cross the border to visit family under the current Canadian policies.


thx William... BTW I have moved this to the show thread.
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you're in for a treat... Richard is top-notch... but you gotta get past the christian stuff :)

yeah, I agree... dark. I'm very keen on exploring the plandemic from a why evil matters kinda perspective.
 
#74
Fascism/racism (ethnic strife) dictatorial communism is part of the same sickness. Someone who thinks they have the right to impose their will or theories against another person and individual against their will particularly when taken to barbaric evil extent that Hitler, Musolini, Stalin, Mao, Poll Pot etc did, is not Bannon, Trump, Giuliani, Mike Lindell, Wendy Rogers etc. There is just no reality in the comparisson.

Where does Bannon ever even go off rail of any significance regarding living by tenents, laws, individual rights and freedoms written into the US constitution?

There are people everywhere who either identify more and express themselves through the right or left of political methodology but that doesnt mean for example that all Republicans are Nazis and Democrats are commy dictatoring barbarians.

peace
I don't think it helps to use words that are overloaded with an emotional meaning in a technical sense. Fascism is always connected with Italy during the war. Typically this is done as a rhetorical device to try to damn someone by making a grossly unfair comparison.

David
 
#75
I don't think it helps to use words that are overloaded with an emotional meaning in a technical sense. Fascism is always connected with Italy during the war. Typically this is done as a rhetorical device to try to damn someone by making a grossly unfair comparison.

David
Hi David,
To be honest that is why have used these words as they are so often thrown around indiscriminately. Was going to follow up with more detailed post regarding the subject soon
 
#76
Clearly for you ad hominems come before any factual accusation. Steve is a public figure, but honestly, how would you like it if someone insulted you without giving a decent reason. I mean all the modern ad hominems - racist, homophobe, fascist, etc have to refer to some actual act(s) otherwise they are meaningless and reflect very badly on the person who utters them.

David
Take a breath. I was not engaging in an ad hominem attack. I was passing comment on Bannon's political philosophy. It's my opinion and I stand by it. I could be wrong, of course. Also, I did answer you question. Admittedly, my post was somewhat obscure and not particularly helpful as I didn't take the time to flesh put an important point.

Here goes again.

Steve Bannon has claimed a relatively obscure philosophical orientation, Traditionalism, as a major influence on his thinking. As typified in French thinker René Guénon, Traditionalists see the progression of civilization out of feudalism and into the modern liberal democratic era not as progress but as degeneration. They also view history as charting an inevitable slide toward an apocalyptic end. While Guénon explicitly denounces the restoration of traditional values and structures through political action, Bannon has name checked another, far more controversial, Traditionalist, Julius Evola, a man who called for a return to a feudally structured and strictly hierarchical society. It's worth mentioning that Evola criticised the Nazis for being too democratic. Evola also espoused a number of rather odd and unpleasant racial theories. To be fair, Bannon has explicitly rejected these, but he does share Evola's belief in a resurrection of the traditional through political action. Characterising the 20th century as a fight between Christianity and atheism, Bannon's own version of the apocalypse at the end of our historical era seems to be a major conflagration between the Christian nations and the what he calls the barbarians, namely Islam and command capitalism countries like China. On the other end of this conflict, he sees the re-emergence of a reinvigorated and Christian west.

It's this wanting to restore an allegedly traditional orientation through political action and a revolutionary war, combined with his penchant for economic nationalism, his hope for a remasculinized society and a newly influential and assertive Catholic church that leads me to class Bannon's political philosophy as fascist.

Tell me, if I were to claim Marx and Lenin as influences, express an admiration for the thinking of Chairman Mao, call for a centrally planned economy, and hold to the belief that history will inevitably lead to a revolutionary instituted worker led utopia, would it be fair to call me a communist or at the very least a fellow traveller?

It's true that Bannon is not an exact fit with classical fascism. But this is not unusual. See Japan's Yukio Mishima as an example. Also, I feel Traditionalism always has a tendency to slide into fascism when it ignores Guénon's injunction against forced change.

So, you see, not an ad hominin. It's my opinion. As I said, I could be wrong, but it's also possible that you don't know enough about Bannon's philosophy to judge.
 
#77
I think we are getting too philosophical.

This is fascism and rascism at it's worst.
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Someone who doesn't like hanging around with Indians for example as they dont like the smell of curry or who is wary of people from other countries and areas is just stuck in their ways and yes it is unfortunate. Have been to a lot of countries and places and have never been anywhere where at least what have spoke about in this paragraph isnt prevelant with a lot of people (most of whom are not bad people). In fact by a long shot the West is the least rascist part of the world in current times. Unintentional woke (on par with everyday 'rascism' imo) is more of a problem in West and of course some real evil fascist/communist woke pushers most of whom rape little kids.
 
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#78
You might be right. Though I believe it is one's governing philosophy that opens the door to the kind of horror shown in that photograph. As for curry, anyone who doesn't like its smell is definitely a fascist. Or at least sick in the head.
 
#79
I think we are getting too philosophical ...
I don't think there is such a thing as being "too philosophical". That is like saying our understanding is "too clear". The more fuzzy our understanding is, the more room there is for self-serving bias, and that is something we want to minimize as much as possible. To do that we need to be constantly vigilant, and our philosophical position is the foundation for that. Once we let it slide, it's just one step after another into the type of situation the picture you posted depicts.

How far down that path are you happy letting it slip? We've already seen the dehumanization with slogans like "A pandemic of the unvaccinated." which equates perfectly healthy unvaccinated people with disease carriers. That was used to seed public disapproval and disdain. Then that disdain was used as a rationale to start denying them the same rights and freedoms as others. First it was transportation, then public facilities, then public and private facilities, and now we're seeing it used to rob them of their livelihoods, segregate them, and if necessary arrest and detain them.

How much farther do you want to see this slide? They're using rubber bullets on protesters in Switzerland. They're using real bullets in the Philippines. Call it whatever you want, but there is a serious "dark side" at work here across the globe. You can feel it if you're sensitive enough to it, and you have to be completely blind not to see it.
 
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#80
Dpdownsouth,

I think you might start by providing the links that show that Bannon is a fan of Evola, and that Evola criticised the Nazis for being too democratic.

It is so easy to take things out of context or exaggerate, or any number of other tricks to establish connections like this.

Now is a time in history when we should be acutely aware of how people's names can be blackened by rhetoric of that sort.

For example, like many others, I used to be impressed by Rolf Harris - the incredible speed with which he could draw, and the way he could capture the essence of something in a few brush strokes. Unfortunately, he turned out to be a paedophile - so does that make me one?

David
 
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