Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Psychoanalysis of psychoanalysis...




When you actually look deep into the history of the concept of psychoanalysis you find it a very shallow theory, both ideologically and historically.

It’s sort of, no exactly, like religion.

You see, in the theory of psychoanalysis you have these…let’s call them, problems (guilt), brought about through “repressed feelings” (sins), and by confessing these sins to a trained expert in the art of psychological analysis (priests), you can, with his help, attain catharsis and be cured (redeemed)!


Of course, the question most likely to pop into your mind is, who determines what is “repressed” and what is “problem” and what is “cured”?

Indeed!

Therein is the man behind the curtain.

And he is arbitrary and capricious.

He one day declares it wrong to wear socks on Tuesday and that those who do need to be cured of the habit. He even creates a word for the malady: Tuesockism.

Are you a Tuesockist? If so, you might want to ask yourself what past trauma, prejudice or repressed memory might have triggered the condition.


Thus a problem is created out of thin air, and promulgated with hot air. And, of course, every problem needs a remedy.

Which is the astounding, and utterly magical, power of psychoanalysis: it creates problems out of thin air and then conjures the corresponding cure.

Sound ridiculous?

Then consider racism, misogyny, homophobia, anti-semitism and xenophobia.

These are, we are told, all problems today.

Strangely enough, they were not problems until very, VERY recently.



That’s because, like Tuesockism, they don’t actually exist.



They are made-up problems/offences/sins that have been given a name and then used as rhetorical currency.

Which in and of itself is hardly a novelty in the post-enlightenment era of Republicanism and democracy, where rhetorical currency has been liberally printed out of thin air to both advocate for one novel political ideology or group and to slander and delegitimize competing ones; or even your immediate ideological predecessors.  You can never have just one revolution, now can you.


Funny enough, beneath the surface of these political/ideological struggles one finds an ethnic and racial foundation.

Freud was a jew who, surprisingly, found very few problems among his people but all kinds of “issues” among European peoples, with whom his people were, coincidentally, in a constant historical power struggle.

Or look at the Cold War. It’s amazing how much the Soviet Union came to look, feel, sound and think just like the old Russian Empire. In the end the “soviets” became Russian, not the other way around.
That’s because the Cold War was not ultimately about communism vs. capitalism but simply Russia vs. Great Britain and America. It was Moscow vs. Washington, just as WWII was really Berlin vs. London: Germans vs. English.

And so today we find that those most commonly diagnosed with the problems of racism, homophobia, misogyny, etc, tend to be overwhelmingly male and of European descent.

The accusers? Well, generally they tend to be not so European in descent. No, they do tend to be predominantly jewish.

Yes, certainly there are genuine ideological converts from among Whites. And none are more zealous than the convert.
 Which is why when you have a jewish leftist and a gentile leftist together the gentile always comes across as more wild eyed and fanatical than the jew. That’s because the jew shouts racism and anti-semitism as merely a weapon to win a war, whereas the White is a true believer.

Never-the-less, the majority of those who incessantly declare their contempt and hatred of European peoples and champion their demise, are jews.

Thus the made up sins of “racism”, “anti-semitism”, “homophobia” etc are merely the current weapons in an asymmetrical war for power and dominance.


After all, why go out and fight the enemy in battle when you can just get them to sit around and feel bad about themselves?

Yet, if European peoples are to be completely destroyed then Asians will come to be the next competitor.
And Asians lack the sort of altruistic tendencies that make Europeans vulnerable to attack through reflective “psychoanalysis”.


Which is to say, if Europeans were to disappear today and China were to rise to power tomorrow and conquer and enslave neighboring countries, concepts such as “racism”, “misogyny”, “anti-semitism” and the like would never be uttered again.

Because they never represented genuine wrongs or problems to begin with. They were only ever used as weapons designed specifically to attack and overthrow Europeans and their civilization.

The Chinese would require a whole new strategy.





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