Saturday, January 26, 2013

Secretary of State Flails In Shame Preceeding Departure

Hillary Clinton, last week, was noticeably upset responding to questions leveled at her about Benghazi and her role in the failure of her department to prevent what, according to Rand Paul, is the "worst tragedy since 9/11" (paraphrase).  Many establishment repubs question, to a fair amount, the performance by Clinton in what I've termed "cry-gate";  in which Clinton seemed to put on airs whilst drumming up a few tears in regards to meeting the families of the victims of the Benghazi attacks.  Whether or not the crying fit the following day was, in fact, genuine is beside the point.  It is the opinion of Domestic Democracy United that cry-gate was an act by Clinton that figuratively spit on the graves of the victims of the Benghazi attacks.

"Cry-gate was not only offensively grotesque, but a losing move by Clinton who seemed like a poor method actor looking for something to work with.  The tragedy of the Benghazi attacks were not, unfortunately, so much melodrama."
-Brendan O'Connell

I wouldn't be so dire in my accusation, where it not for the fact that what occurred during cry-gate was irrefutably disingenuous.  A breif application of Physiognomy would reveal my position that she "fake cried" is absolutely and unequivocally correct.  What would my fellow Reston VA compatriot Frank Luntz glean off of an analysis of the tear reel? 

I would wager that it would be classic Clinton.



Taking on the inflection one finds convenient.

This lie, is in fact, one of dire consequence.

RT -

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Regret, Doubt, and Jealousy: Sins of Want

Regret is, in fact, a sin.  This is in stark contrast with "Remorse-as-such".  When one regrets what one has done, one is taking part in an emotional strategy that distinctly lacks the most important sentiment of Faith.  This may seem counter intuitive to some, trained in the art of circumspect Moralism. 
Remorse is far more in line with what the demands of Faith require.

Doubt, again, is sin.  This is in marked contrast with such sentiments as scepticism.  To doubt is to adhere to the natural inclination to flee from Grace;  to turn from God.  We doubt only when our rationality lacks the style and majesty of true scepticism.  Think, if you will, of the last time you doubted your lover.  It was base.

To be a true ardent follower of the Faith, one must etherealize the instinct to doubt into reasoned questioning.

Jealousy is the most obviously sin laden of these sentiments.  In jealousy, it is said, one has the distinct desire to do damage; to do harm to both self and the object of ones jealousy.  It is never a good strategy, and most obviously inherently a moral poise lacking in dignified discourse.  You never make any kind of really grounded arguement on the basis of jealousy;  almost all positions based in jealousy, or to the point "resentment", are groundless on the basis of reason and passion.

An emotion?  Sin?

Most certainly if one takes into account the theological position which see's one being judged by the content of one's character rather than mere deeds.  It has been said that God judges one on what is in ones heart...  and emotions are one of the most important components of what is indicated by this theological formulation.

If I regret something, I feel bad about having done it.  It does not necessarily follow that I fix the problem on the basis of feeling bad about having done it.  If I, say, regret having wrecked my auto - It does not follow that I can keep from having collisions in the future because I do not want to.  When we have real passionate remorse about a collision I would argue that it, in fact, necessarily follows that I will take corrective action to prevent a collision from happening again.  Perhaps this is why judges often put so much stock in the greivences of those in court.

Doubt is obviously problematic.  To doubt is simply to say, I do not agree that such-and-such is the case.  To have systematic scepticism is to not agree or disagree but to observe.  I can say "I am not".  But if I do not understand why "I am not", I am surely not going to develop my position beyond the merely apparent.  Again, resentment is a key component of the groundwork of promordial doubt-as-such.  The apparent will not sustain the needs of any civilization worthy of its, shall we say, salt.  What a man of civilization requires for the task of living in Grace is apprehension; and this is not acheived by virtue of the sin of Doubt.

Jealousy is the differance of true resentment.  One is jealous precisely because one finds themselves to be in a position of agitation.  So, if I'm jealous of affection one is bestowing upon my loved one I am agitated by the situation I am in.  Yet, in jealousy, we do not take responsibility for our selfhood.  It is a negative emotion precisely because of our own soured sense of self.  Contrast this with contempt.  Contempt takes the role of people and simply sets them into place. 
Contempt solves the riddle of jealousy.

So in all of these sentiments we see something that can be damaging, problematic for functioning, and negative inherently.  My point is this:  We should all find ways to allow ourselves to get over these primordially passionless senses of self and the world.

It is with this that I leave you.

Brendan O'Connell

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Being-Unto-Death : The Way of Life

Being-unto-death as the absolute delimiting of a being-in-itself as the utmost recognition of cognition in an absolute being-of-entities within a world-as-such is the recognition of self as that which remains to be seen in the objective.  It is shamefull that subjectivists resolve to split our phenomenological character-unto-death into figments of a marxist "divide-and-conquer" mentalism which seeks not only to define the terms of rational and reasoned argument and dialectic: but seeks, in fact, to posit none-other-than Lucifer as its ideological underpinning.  I would not argue that this-is-such were it not for the overwhelmingly collectivist ideology of our age, and it pains me - literally - to make such observations...  Yet the rogue phenomenoligist simply must reference old Saint. Nick, objectively and more than-for-the-sake-of such pantheists as St. Augustine.

To divine the word of the Lord is such-that receiving Jesus is to be, in some sense, irrefutably unrestrained.

However, the restraints a man encompasses are, to a degree, his own objective selfhood-unto-the-world.  Which is to say - He who shall remain unnamed until the second coming.  He who remains unnamed continues today as yesterday and, yea - tomorrow. 

Both yesterday and tomorrow - and today.

But my sense of impunity is only entailed by my wordliness.

The only way-in-which one can understand selfhood-as-such is in the light of that which-is-becoming-to-be in the ultimate worldhood of being-unto-death.  Being-unto-death as-such.  To walk in the park is to take part in said state of worldliness-of-the-world, and - yea, the worldhood-of-the-world.

And to what does such an exception deserve refuge?

The solution is in the problem...

The true-as-such cannot consist of simply an ire of irrefutability.

It must, as-such, be in a worldhood-of-being.

DDU - 2013

Brendan O'Connell

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

The Sacrifice of Service: Noble Being-Unto-Death

The sign of any truly great man is that of an indication of devoted service to his fellow.  How, and to what extent, do we serve that which means the most?  A man will be judged according to the existent sentiments of care and concern he bestows upon individuals without regard to his own good fortune.  By that measure, the only correct action in life is that which looks without seeing advantage.  That which sins without robbing. 

And to that ire our lives should be found to be wholly unfullfilled. 

The only form of worship in todays age is idolatry.  I cannot, truly, face the consequences of such a truth.  Most serve only to increase their own value.  Most lack in service for precisely the same reason.  Logic has no bearing on the way in which one makes existent the inclinations of ones sinfull value.  If it did, we would all surely live as heroes here; and in heaven.

The sad fact is that we are going down - worldwide.

Our service towards self-rather-than-christ has ruined the foundations upon which civilizations were created to be more than a some of their parts.

Much better to beleive and be redeemed than to not beleive in redemption whatsoever and take ultimate soulless solace in being-towards-death.  For that is the price we pay for not truly devoting ourselves to the service of some such thing that we would find in the world to be, in some sense, greater than worldliness.  That price;  eternal damnation without refuge from suffering.  Why?

Because all life moves towards death of necessity!

And why should one cling to the remnants of our honored tradition whilst taking part in malicious collectivistism - the anti-god?


Because hell is our punishment;  damnation our reward.

If our soul does not turn towards that which gives us absolute and objective forgiveness, then where should we turn;  as a nation deeply in debt?

There is only one solution to our woes, ills, and malfeasances. 
That solution is Christ.

I'd wager many of you reading this now have never really come to the realization that service of Christ is profoundly more prescient than service of our otherworldly brute desires.  That our own sin and degredation is anything we want it to be;  other than that which damns our selves and - yea, our nation in this year of our lord 2013.

IT takes little for a man to come to god.

All one must do is repent of their way.  One must admit that one has committed a primordial sin against god... in ones heart of hearts. 

One must be magnanimously aquiescent towards the objective truth.  Not the truth of the intellectual realm, but of the truth of the worldhood-of-the-world.

Tame the beast of idolatry.  Take back your autonomy.  Banish collectivist ideology from your soul.

These are the only words of advice of any accord in a world gone bad and rapidly getting worse by virtue of the sin of pride.  Of a nation of sin.  Of a nation unwilling to give to itself that which it most deserves.  What does our nation deserve?  What is most readily available;  Complete allegience to Christ!  Yea - Complete service to individualism by virtue of the Lord of Hosts! 
Yet, we will not.  Our hand draws still when it comes to helping a fellow for the sake-of-that which shall remain unnamed until the second coming.  How?

I tell you  through the devices of collectivist ideology and idolatry.

To commit to the personhood of world-as-self is, in fact, the very groundwork of service.  Know thyself?

You can see that sign of hypocricy in our own heated dialectic in Washington D.C.

You can see our wicked imagination not in works of art but in works of conformity as that which one, ultimately, worships.  The collective tendency towards domination is but the mere personal passive pathology of our times.  We cannot undo the rash of debt - the plague of national incompetance - unless we repent, all of us, of our sins.  We must repent until we gain favor with he who shall remain unnamed until the second coming.  That is the meaning of service.  Repentance.

Domestice Democracy United

Disclaimer:  The above is rendered in indeterminacy.  Regard as vulgar or obscene before breaking any sweat over the inanities of a hopeless leper.  Were it not for Buckley Jr. - I would not be in the position to bequeath gods truth as I have.  Were it not for the shackles of collectivism, I would endeavor to live such truth fully and to an adequate degree.  Yet I am dead.  There is nothing.