Dissidentpress

November 7, 2007

All Ideologies End Up In The Same Spot


The first hidden disastrous ideology-lie is also the last in the 20th and also the 21th Century – exposed in a very short version

That ideologies have their starting point in the systems of ideas of Hegel and of Platon a.o. can definitely not be refused. But it is very faulty to disregard the general influence of the thinkers of the Age of Enlightenment 2) have had on the emerge of the idea about a community of the world starting with the Socialistic Internationale in the 1840s. That is what is done e.g. in the book signed by Henry Morgenthau Junior (the former American Finance Minister) just after World War II. ‘Germany is our problem’ is the title. It was written by H. D. White (originally Weiss)1) but signed by H. Morgenthau. “Theological considerations”, John Maynard Keynes – who was chosen to make the bizarre agenda of macro-economics in the Western World after World War II – called the similiar reactions after the World War I (i 1919).

Doctor Wundt and his bestial experimenthal-psychology should have been mentioned as well as Hegel and his mad philosophy about God’s consciousness before the Creation. It is not fair to ignore Wundt’s internationalism. Now we perhaps can see why. Perhaps The Truth… from which this is an extract will help you further. “They, who sign the Versailles Treaty will sign the death sentence to many millions of men, women and children”, J. M. Keynes wrote on page 147 in his book ‘The Economic Conquences Of The War’, published December 12th 1919. He was thinking of Germans.

To ignore communism at the same time he proposes that Germany is transformed to an agriculture-state can not be ascribed to wise American thinking. Other explanation are certainly needed. Communism is dead. Oh, I see, I did not notice. What about Comm-UN-ism.
Germany could supply about 40 mill. with foodstuffs, when Germany was an agriculture nation, John M. Keynes wrote. So early in the industrial development it would have had the consequence that about 15 mill. have had to try to emigrate from Germany, Keynes wrote. Keynes also goes through the pure possibilities that such an emigration-project might have succeded. An accept of the consequences of a similiar arrangement after the World War II, as proposed by Morgenthau, has to build on even worse – let us say the same – ‘theological considerations’.

I wonder if another puppet will propose the same solution for the third time, when the European Union collapses with the EURO. Notice that internationalism of today was the first and last ideology in reality since 1776.

Short on Science – development

‘if your heart is filled use your brain’

J. E. Vig

1) US-monetary negociater was a Soviet spy
In a memorandum dated 15 October 1950 White was positively identified in the Venona papers as a Soviet agent code named “Jurist”. Venona cyphers quote him as saying he was willing for any self-sacrifice on behalf of the MGB, but was afraid that his activities, if exposed, might lead to a political scandal and have an effect on the 1944 Presidential election. In 1953 J. Edgar Hoover convinced Attorney General Brownell that White was a spy. White’s bronze bust was ignominiously removed to the IMF’s basement.

2) Dear to its representatives today:
Most generally, abandonment of Enlightenment confidence in the achievement objective human knowledge through reliance upon reason in pursuit of foundationalism, essentialism, and realism. In philosophy, postmodernists typically express grave doubt about the possibility of universal objective truth, reject artificially sharp dichotomies, and delight in the inherent irony and particularity of language and life. Various themes and implications of postmodern thought are explored by Foucault, Derrida, Lyotard, Rorty, Haraway, and Cixous.

Leave a Comment »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: