Wednesday, November 28, 2012

A Lunch Consisting of Something that taste's of sh*t - Why We Loathe Collectivism

In the hopes of not appearing too paranoid as to the real world impact of the ideology of collectivism, I'll limit myself - due to the recent victory by the Regime - to merely 'pragmatic' manifestations intrinsic in the operation of collectivism in the real world.

1) Three is company
Three is company, it is said.  I'd suppose this points to an altogether central component of why we dislike collectivism - that is, of course, the thought of more than two people sort of, really being authentic towards each other in terms of passion is - as a generality - a whim not a fact.  We naturally have a pure distaste for more than our lonesome and a lover, as an archetype of differance.

You can't argue with someone talking too much when there are more than two people of company for an occasion.  There are certain restrictions one must abide by when in 'public', the public-of-the-world as purely more than a deuce.

2) Mandatory Acceptance of Certain Vulgar Tenets
If one were truly unrestrained in the world, there must be none other than oneself as such in-and-of-itself.

3) Sports for Geeks, Video Games for Jocks
Collectivism inheres unto the world, by whatever application, homogeneity.  This can be irritating to many who value their own sense of 'working-towards-which' and 'self-reciprocation'.
By stamping each one of us with a static macrologically oriented 'self-as-category' brand of collectivism, we see - to an alarming degree - the homogenization of our culture.  The left openly admits to viewing this change of tradition favorably; however, should a gentleman wish to remain in his own skin in our age he would be wise to take solace under a rock in a deep ravine, lest he be consumed alive by the fire of Media.

4) Average Wins
In a collectivist society such as ours, the average of all parts equals the kool-aid drinking socialist ubermenschen.  The familiar adage runs thus; If you're, say, in a classroom and the teacher averages all of the students grades together so that all might have an 'equal' grade when it's said and finished, you really - what you have is exactly what socialism and progressive liberalism are showing in their hand when they talk of the redistribution of wealth as a virtuous form of 'social justice'.

5) The Hoarde
There is no doubt that the most apparent form of collectivism in the real world is large crowds...

Now I don't know how you, dear reader, feel of being in crowds - but I'd wager any honest man would have to admit to being in same basic sense primordially afraid of appearing in the public square in extremely hoarde-like circumstances.  It's not fun... to get trampled, the be pickpocketed on a busy street, to be - say - run over by a car on a busy intersection.  Every one of these admittedly dire circumstances in, in a sense of valence, negative.

No need to mention the archetype of religious people enveloping pagans and burning them or some such thing.  Trite.  Old hat.

The new 'pip-pip' is in the rub of when, as so often happens today, Christians are derided or silenced or scoffed at or viewed as not 'with-it' for openly speaking of Christian topic.

The old, 'what is cool?' question shouldn't bother one seeking to understand collectivism...

The real question remains, "why isn't philosophy studied more extensively more passionately?"

6) Diluted Dreams
When one lives in-the-world with other daseins, one has been said to 'embody' the characteristics of those in close proximity.  We become each other, in certain extreme circumstances.  We take on each other's inflections, values, and tastes - to a degree which is generally not recognized in the working mind of modern Spirit.  It is surely more than a mere annoyance to find oneself being akin to those around one - but indignantly so when one considers the pleathora of modes in which this takes place within a sub-culture, often, that is altogether removed from the guiding principe of individual interpretation as empirical assurance of sanity and soundness.  Collectivism simply affects our empirical integrity, in almost all instances.

7) Life Defined by Times
It could be noted that there is no real 'generation' as such.  There are, quite melancholic no doubt, simply numbers and numbers upon numbers of individual people.  A generation and how it accomplishes valuation within-the-world can oft be entirely separate from an absolute self.  Say you lived in the 60's...  Your generation is viewed, if not shaped, as a total component archetype.  I'll certainly be more than a trifle tissy when, as Marshall McLuhan described, my generational archetype degenerated into pure 'cliche'.  Think of how it must feel to be in the greatest generation and how their times and values are distorted within-the-world, the differance of Being-Unto-Death.

8) Little If No Autonomy
When collectivism and it's insinuation into our lives, erm - is not... how do I put this; properly combated (i.e. Fought Tooth and Nail like the founders did), we as people can and do often live a life almost completely devoid of autonomy.  Think of the humble North Korean.  It would be a stretch to convince me that what he experiences in his emotional and cultural life has any resemblance to what is known in the west as 'autonomy'.  If he did, it would probably parallel the apparent lack of autonomy many in the west themselves feel.  Think of the sex slave.  They, in a culture that perspire's sex and domination to the degree that it does, find themselves - underage often - completely at the mercy of vicious foreign cartels etc. with no, in a literal sense, autonomy.  Autonomy, being - to me - the ability to make free choices.

9) That Feeling of Having Done Something Before
Deja-vu is, in virtue of it's rigged illusion, the first phenomenological indication of massive overwhelming torrents of collectivism flooding the barriers of humanity's recompense.  The sensation of having done something or been somewhere before is, according to recent neurosurgery discoveries, linked to the sense of self-hood in being-towards-death as it's own utmost possibility for being.  The Chinese and Taoists say that to feel insignificant is a virtue - most likely this feeling is a subtle underpinning of most experiences of deja-v u.


Domestic Democracy United

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Founder and Member, Brendan O'Connall -

"To Stand Athwart History shouting 'blech'"

- Wed, Nov. 28th 2012 Raleigh NC

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Tea Party review of "God and Man At Yale"

I will surely grow to regret this untimely review of William F Buckley Jr.'s "God and Man At Yale", however, fate proffers its hand and I surely reach out in enduring devotion to he who shall remain unnamed until the second coming... that is, Christ our lord and savior.

W. F. Buckley Jr.'s "God..." can, for the uninitiated, basically be viewed as an extended 'turning in' of collectivist (i.e. communist/socialist) scholars at the much honored Yale University to not only the McCarthy communism trials but the public discourse for all eternity.  His work, written during his residency at Yale and published shortly after, aptly reveals unto all of humanity not only the socialism in private academia - to boot - but the finest minute point of classico-neo-conservatism... that taxation is de facto a form of collectivism (again... basically marxism).

It is said, most controversially I would hope, in the intro to "God..." that Willaim F Buckley Jr. literally saved america from collectivist overthrow during the 1960's.  It was claimed by, to the credit of The National Review's legacy, that this act of preemptive attack led by Willaim F Buckley Jr. was engineered entirely by the man himself.

I would surely credit this piece of academic criticism with such overt differance.

The book makes its main stake the analysis of collectivism in economics... i.e. - the perfectly timely idea's of 'wealth distribution' and 'inheritance tax'.

The spotlight of W. F. Buckley Jr's analysis of economic books given much credit by 'civilized' society revealed, more conspiratorially than most will admit, the truly collectivist and even altogether Marxist aspects of academic textbook authorship.  What has never shone brighter in many conscientious Americans' outlook is the inside look at the, according to Domestic Democracy United, treasonous ideology hiding behind our children's texts and schooling.  One read of "God and Man At Yale" shows that if this can happen at a respectable school - communist indoctrination, that is - it can happen anywhere.

His treatment of the liberal arts textbooks is the most overdrawn... if only due to the archetypal student complaints about said 'realm of wisdom'.  However, to see the pope's... I'm sorry... *ahem - William F Buckley Jr.'s, critique of the notoriously infantile disciplines of sociology and psychology is more than adequate for a senior repentance thesis and extensive in their suprising revelations into the question of "what professors and texts are derisive of christianity" within not only the microcosm of yale but - yea, the institution of higher education.

I'd have to wonder what those fellows at Duke are reading, eh?

Thursday, November 22, 2012

The Giving of Thanks : A TRADITION DESPISED

What is the first thought in your mind when you think of Christopher Columbus?

More than likely, some worldview with Howard Zinn and ilk in the periphery.  Howard Zinn was the author of the now infamous "People's History of America" - a publication whose main thesis centered around the exploitation of native Americans as being typical and consistent with the American Hegemony's character.  Obviously, Zinn and his disciples have a more than unfavorable view of this character.

It's the classic "Christopher Columbus was bad" thing.  And every holiday season, critics of America take solace in the fact that they see through this American facade to the origins of the celebration.

Oh noble injuns, eh?

The fact that anti-pilgrim hatred is written into our children's textbooks is sickening, the fact that anti-founding sentiment is preached on college campuses is pathetic, and the fact that a large percentage of American's basically take the side of the 'native americans' on the issue of the origins of America is no mere trifle.

It's serious - collectivist - business.

And what are we to say to our children?  Should we choose the overly cheerful parade of archetypes or the nihilistic collectivist 'educated' perspective?  Our children need our help, in school and elsewhere...

Teaching evolution in high school as if it were fact as opposed to theory?
Making bold proclamations about the assured truth of Cartesianism in college?
Teaching school children not to support western tradition during the holidays?

It's far from beyond treason!

And to wit - Communism hasn't even been outlawed in textbooks in N.C.

Join Domestic Democrscy United in its initiative to completely ban all references to or works of known communist authors.  It's a serious initiative whose modus is based in direct empirical observation of the degenerative effects of being exposed to communist authors and ideologies.
It can be done, and should be - though surely the teachers unions would fight kicking and screaming against any action of this sort by our governor or others - and we need to stop our children from being taught things like early pioneers and settlers were wrong-doers and the indians were the morally superior one's.  This is a form of communist indoctrination and needs to be stopped for the good of our state.


Brendan O'Connell of Domestic Democracy United

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Left's Ideological Tyranny

The left has always defined themselves in terms of their empathetic good will towards others, however a brief look at their words and deeds show that the left in America and elsewhere is deeply lacking in not only compassion as generally understood, but more presciently compassion as our founder's conceived of.  "Do unto others..." has never been all too simple as in the deeds and rationalizations of the left's malfeasance and treasonous ideological tyranny.  The founder of the KKK?  Democrat.  Now the tea party is decried, in pure malfeasance and spite, as the new KKK by the american left.
This type of idle speculation and conspiratorial posturing would not be nearly so venomous were it not for the fact that the Obama administration has basically adopted this delusional interpretation of the most successful protest movement of our era.  The tea party - the new KKK?
And not altogether surprising.  The progressive movement has a long tradition of supporting nefariously compassionate affairs such as poll taxes, literacy tests, and voter fraud.  Why should we be astonished to find ourselves besieged by the new leftist enmity?

But ideological tyranny, such as the left is participating in nationally, is only understood in the context of the international communist conspiracy and the 'bama administrations sympathies in the regards of school textbooks.

Obama wants to convert our children into socialist ubermench's, and is - by and large - succeeding.

Obama wants conservatives who supported Romney in the last election to feel the pain - and, by and large, it's happening.  Prominent conservo's are definitively and unequivocally being attacked by leftists of their own accord and systematically by federal programs and mandatory participation in secular health.

Obama wants the television we so enjoy to be completely under the regulatory thumb of Wahington D.C.

...and he compares himself to reagan?

I'm sick of it, and we need to do something to fight back against distortion.

Join Domestic Democracy United in fighting the unfair distortion of conservatives within the publik - to show that conservatives understand the democratic virtue of compassion far more than the progressives and statist politicians.  Be the example that they aren't, and pray for our troops coming home and our political operatives abroad.

R.T. Stillwell\

Friday, November 16, 2012

Support the Military, Support Peace - A Discourse on War

Throughout the ages, man has lived and died by way of organized militaristic endeavors.  To support these endeavors is to support, in fact, the prospect of peace - far more today, perhaps, than in the past.  In fact, though many despise war to the point of degeneracy, the past military endeavors pursued by America and the West in recent memory have all been 'good wars' in the humble opin' of myself and Domestic Democracy United.  The Tet Offensive, Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Korean War - all of these are 'good' in that, as William F. Buckley Jr. once quipped on "Firing Line" in regards to the much detested war offensive in Vietnam, they are pursuits with the strategy of preventing future harm much down the road.

But the American left has always ignored this long view of history in favor of, all too frequently, trite recitations of ideologies very much treasonous to our original Founder's philosophies and doctrines.  It can be painful to hear a given lib activist talk about how they feel about their country, more often than not throwing in polemical accusations of ill intent on the part of the Modus Operandi of our leaders and dispassionate removal from duty and service all the way.  The notion of dissent being the highest form of patriotism is not, at least in a concrete sense, at all true.  One man's terrorist is not, in fact, another man's freedom fighter in any way whatsoever.  The gadfly's may enjoy this kind of tyrannical nonsense, however, they all too often forget that these nice little one liner's like the aforementioned are merely ideologically entwined cliche's with, in the opinion of Domestic Democracy United, treasonous intent.

It wouldn't be so utterly baseless were it not for the simple fact that they make these types of bold proclamations under the guise of subjectivism;  basically saying, when it comes to you - the patriotic Christian - there is no right or wrong etc.  But when it comes to their own sense of impunity regarding service, duty, and morality the only correct view, which imply's valuation on objective truth, is their own childish amalgamation of ideologies.

It's an utter disgrace to our troops, our leaders, and our country.

The objective and absolute fact of the Morality of Strength has proven true in every struggle for peace and civilization throughout history.

"The Romans, the Samurai, the Crusaders - they all worshiped strength... because it is strength that makes all other virtues possible."

-unknown source

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Turn or Burn

First of all, I'm very gratefull to those of you who took interest in the subject of Universalism and it's role in contemporary Christianity.

This is a bit of a casual entry regarding "Turn or Burn", the title of an electronica LP I recently released independently under my moniker "Clip and Carbine".  Don't get the wrong idea, the name clip & carbine merely denoted what is known in soundclash culture as 'soundmurder'.  I've, however, taken the project in a new direction both aesthetically and in terms of content - so now, it has much to do with, I apologize, the issue of second amendment rights as well as support for military endeavors and those who serve god and country by becoming soldiers in the armed forces.  This LP is dedicated to the men and women who make our country proud - and to the civilians of conscience whom they serve.



This is a shameless plug for my degenerate musical production - however, considering the previous entry's and their sometimes quizzical mish mash of christian terminology, I should clarify one simple thing...

The most important thing in the world for any individual is to be born again.

I was very fortunate to actually be born again myself.

I made this LP with the intent of creating what we call "new lights", that is - inspiring people to repent and turn towards Christ.

Did it work?  Could it ever work?

You decide.

Side a: Reggae remixes with Christ oriented "samplings"
Side b: Rock and Roll remixes with a style of what I've termed "divine madness"

Again, the download link is available on Politalk or on

link to official webpage for my "Turn or Burn" LP on a german-based reggae remix site below


All music composed by myself, with collaboration from people who were around during the composition.
All content is created from what we call "samplings", that is - wave or mp3 files.  There are no synthesizers used whatsover in Turn or Burn LP, except for one original bassline patch sound used in the song "MISFITS".  All material that takes part in copywrite infringement I specifically repent for.

However, in the interest of transparency, the copywrite infringement most subject to condemnation are as follows:
28 Days Later
Unknown Johnny Cash DVD

I apologize, repent, and merely say in my defense that all material was used responsibly in terms of ethics (that is, as glenn beck onced joked about electronic music, no "poison in about 20 percent of it".), with the intent to inspire people to become new lights.


R.T. Stillwell

Friday, November 9, 2012

Universalism - Denial of God and SOAPA

While at the DNC in Charlotte, I made quite a to do of the idea of a Universalist "Cupid God".  I believe, as I espoused a narrative contrary to the Leftinista protesters, I responded in said fashion after being criticized for "not being very christian" in my opinion of what the marxist protesters amounted to.  I shouted, "Yeah, well I don't worship some cupid-god like a goddamned pagan." as I walked away.  It is this notion of a Cupid-like god that I would like to discuss today.  You see, the idea of a Divine Being who is all-loving is what is known as Universalism - and though John 3:16 may be prescient for many in the South and elsewhere, it is a notion that is thoroughly disputed by many southern Christians, not to mention generally accepted as Gospel among Universalist churches worldwide.

It's a basic but divisive split.  Often likened to the old testament "wrath of god" and new testament acceptance or some such thing, the difference between Jonathan Edwards' "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God", say, and your average Homo-tolerant preacher's sermon is likely to be profound.  One, the former, stands in line with a kind of understanding of God which denoted him as being overwhelmingly powerful and easily incited to acts of judgement upon people.  The latter, the Universalist worldview, tends not even to emphasize God's love or mercy but rather de-emphasizes the Moral component of scripture.

Christianity has traditionally been an individualist, moral, tradition oriented system.  Universalism runs contrary to this in that it is collectivist, permissive, and oriented with the changing times rather than ancestral duty.

If you are at all interested, I humbly proffer this link to a youtube channel in which this very debate is the central thesis :

SOAPA, or Southeast Open-air Preachers Association, has provided me with a massive amount of material upon which to reflect on subjects ranging from scripture interpretation to social action.  I highly recommend the video's in the above link for those with interest in the subject.

So, to say it briefly, Universalism and Universalist Churches are the anti-thesis to Traditional Worship and the "old country church"-style of Christianity that has been the South's heritage for over 400 years.  One person aptly described Universalism as an "invasive species", which is rather telling.

Would we like to see the continued rise of Universalism, or a re-emergence of Traditional Morality in the coming age?

I for one, as contrary to my own sense of self as it may seem, vote for the latter

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

The Shame of Honor

There is no more universally revered sentiment among American's in the south as "shame".  Shame is a way of taking emotional responsibility for something rather than simply feeling awkward or uncomfortable about something.  When one feels shame, one is taking the most Christian virtue of repentance and applying it to a system of  "honor" - hence, the "honor system" or "honorable aristocrats" etc.

So to take shame seriously, we immediately find ourselves talking about Morality.  Morality, as properly defined, is a code or ethics derived from first principles   So, what really constitutes the Morality of America?

The basic dichotomy of master and slave.

Everyone, it has been said, is master or slave over someone or something.  Every man is master.  Every man is slave.  What is of principle concern however, is what I alluded to previously;  that is, repentance.  In repentance, one is slave to Morality.  In pride, one is Master.

And that is why, I openly admit : I am mere chattel.  The most slavishly enraptured serf, in deep debt to my lord and under the thumb of an estate.  My shame compels me to repentance.  To be so is not the shame of shame, but rather the shame of Honor.

Brendan O'Connell
Domestic Democracy United

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

N.C. Dems Brace for Major Losses

Democracts in North Carolina are bracing for a conservative ascendancy the likes of which they haven't seen  since 2010.  Owed this time to the G.O.P. proper rather than a rag-tag band of tea partiers, this victory will most likely signal a positive shift in the state's direction as well as a new era of exceptionalism and prosperity.

Whether this likely victory by republican's this election signals a republican victory nationally remains to be seen, however, there is no doubt that those disciples of Obama must be quaking in their boots at the prospect of a truly conservative America.

Should they fear the dreaded "mitt-slips"?

My prediction is that should we witness a major conservative victory, there will be a large likely hood of amiable across the aisle bi-partisanship and a massive "turning of the cheek" by those within the republican establishment.

As it should be.  We hold little resentment towards those across the ideological spectrum from us, and will obviously hold even less should this "longest night" turn towards a conservative victory comparable to "tea party tuesday" back in 2010.  We have every reason to forget the last four years as a socialist experiment in anti-americanism and simply proffer a new, all inclusive, direction for the destiny of America.

What will a republican super-majority offer those who stand up for women's rights, gay rights, and progressivism? Time will only tell, though one thing is certain : we all want nothing more than to be properly sportsman-like and conciliatory as America enter's its new era.

It's a time to be excited for America, for our state's, for ourselves and those we love.

Though, I should love to see the hit n run's expression when they finally confirm the inevitable : states all across America deciding for Freedom over tyranny.  Should rip their gooses good, as everyone knows the hit n run's support the latter and dedicate themselves daily anew to spewing leftist garbage into our households day after day.

Perhap's I'm wrong, but this day of judgement is one that I and other tea party patriots have worked for day in and day out for approximately four years - and I have little doubt that comparably passionate activists on the left will have a similar inclination before too long.

I wish them all the best.

Brendan O'Connell