Saturday, November 30, 2013

Petty Change: How the Slavish Resentment of Liberals Undercuts Freedom

I'd like to start this short critique of the current climate of liberal malfeasance by contrasting two similar but drastically different emotions:

1) Contempt

2) Resentment

Conservatives have contempt for, look down their nose at, liberals.

Liberals look upward towards the aristocracy, i.e. conservatism, with resentment.

It's a distinction based on much more than class, the master and slave parable, or classical psychology - though all apply.  It's a distinction that can only be understood properly in the judeo-christian context, further, as it relates to freedom as the Founders understood it.

The Founding fathers who fought and died for this country and what it was to become had contempt, a godly emotion, for Hobbesian behaviorism and all that it entailed.  For them the "Nasty, brutish and short" adage of Thomas Hobbes was beyond even mere Nihilism - It was an easy out for a culture that had grown stale and dreary with collectivism-as-such; a way of ignoring that which ultimately gives life meaning i.e. compassion and the sentiments.

Broadly understood, compassion or "mitleid" in german means "caring" or "concern".

I don't mean to be dismissive altogether of such concepts and their hermeneutic underpinnings, however, the word "concern" under Mr. Hussein Obama and his Regime has degenerated - some would say "changed" - from meaningful circumspect idea to an intolerable 'notion'.

Look up the word "notion" in your search engine if you'd like, and you'll see how tragically humorous this really is.  "Notion", as such, hardly signifies a worldview capable of anything even timidly approaching a character capable of contempt.  Notional inclination can only, as per the reformations-as-change proffered by the Regime, bring about resentment or resentement.

Petty change, brought about by slaves.

The fact is, slaves - such as the liberal character precludes inherently - are great at many things...  tilling, social work, activism etc.
One thing a slave, as-per social justice adherents and leaders, is incapable of is leadership.

You simply cannot yield nor wield the reigns of mastership with the petty emotion of resentment.  It's, by virtue of how the existent system of social exchange operates in the objective law, incapable of being above any individual or universal-as-such.  Resentment always looks "upwards".  Contempt always looks "downwards".  If a leader has resentment of anything whatsoever - the free market, the demands of industry, the duties required of them - there cannot exist leadership-as-such.  It would, in this instance, merely be unlawful fascism.

So I shall conclude by saying that those who seek to enact change are by necessity petty resentful slaves, actively engaged in unlawful treason.

...and we all know the punishment for treason.


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