Globalism is liberalism

When you live in a dying time, you are told many things about history. You are told to rely upon those ideas as truths. Only later do you learn they were propaganda, constructed to manipulate you toward thinking in a political way.

Conservatives tried to keep our time from becoming a dying one. Tooth and nail, we fought the dominant idea of liberalism, which is that we need “equality” and therefore, society needs to cater to the subjective desires, judgments and fears of the individual.

What rose out of those liberal ideas was in fact the most powerful, destructive and inescapable form of control ever created. Kept in power by popular notions and our fear of speaking against such good-sounding terms as “equality” and “freedom,” it enforces conformity.

With the fall of the Soviet Union, it was able to unite the social and political systems of East and West and form a new system of equal parts consumerism, anarchy, socialism and totalitarianism. Its sole goal is to create equality so it can manipulate many identical citizens into mass conformity and obedience.

It does all of this in the name of freedom, and hides behind its different parts.

  • Consumerism. If you accuse it of being too socialist, it points out that semi-free markets are thriving and you can do whatever you can afford to want.
  • Anarchism. If you call it fascist, it retaliates by showing you how anarchic it is. It is permissive about sex and most drugs, has no social standards, and encourages deviant behavior.
  • Socialism. If you accuse it of being a giant money scheme, it shows you its vast entitlement states and “wealth redistribution” programs and agenda.
  • Totalitarianism. If you point out that it is not really a system of leadership, but instead a kind of romper room for spoiled domesticated urban clones, it will retaliate by fighting terrorism in the name of freedom.

It’s hard to oppose something that is so permissive and based in good-sounding things like equality, freedom, justice, peace, harmony, love, pacifism — wait a second, it can’t support all of those things! Exactly: its fundamental idea is social disorganization.

Social disorganization allows it to endorse the flavor of the day at the surface, and underneath the skin, to keep working toward its ultimate goal: fracturing all of humanity into equal granular parts so that no organized social order exists.

Lack of social order gives the most control to those who have authority, money or media power.

The idea behind this new kind of civilization is decentralized control. Instead of having a king, we have a political system that is mostly theater performance. Behind the scenes, oligarchs and politicians manipulate us.

We are easy to manipulate — we have two polar opposites:

  • Good: democracy, equality, justice, freedom, diversity.
  • Bad: fascism, elitism, values, culture, ethnic pride.

The goal of our system is to smash down everything that keeps you from being an average, identical and compliant citizen. Culture, values, religion, and even personal integrity must go. We must be equal, because the quest for equality is what justifies the power of the system.

Ask a crowd of people how to fix strife and they will inevitably not know, argue a lot, and make a compromise which is to give everyone a voice. Democracy. Equality! It’s a universal solution for human problems, like calling a committee meeting or having a show of hands.

Except it doesn’t work. It becomes the surface part of our political equation, and forces another layer to arise. People vote for what is popular, and nothing complex or unpleasant can be popular, which means voting denies over half of reality. It is by nature delusional.

Liberalism, leftism, anarchism, socialism, communism, Marxism and all other political ideas based in the freedom of the individual are parts of this modern system. Their goal is to maintain power by making us all equal. They do not like to mention that equality is conformity, being average and uniformity.

Equality is conformity. When we all have equal amounts of power, no one can disturb the system. That is its brilliant invention. Equal people can only do what others do. There is no deviation, and if anyone deviates, he or she will be punished by the others who fear the loss of their equality.

Do you ever wonder why all our enemies are compared to Hitler? He’s the Emmanuel Goldstein of the real world.

Do you ever wonder why all of our wars are fought for freedom and democracy, yet never seem to result in the same?

Globalism is liberalism. Liberalism is equality. Equality is — like the promises of salesmen, the lies of one-night sex partners, and the memes whispered in a crowd — exactly half of a truth. We will all be equal, but the other half is that equality makes us easy to manipulate as a herd.

This movement arises fear in the individual. Individuals, afraid of consequences in life, demand power. They form a crowd that is half lynch mob and half riot, and they demand equality. They invent liberalism and equality to gain power, but power is their goal.

I call this movement Crowdism, and it creates liberalism and infests all other ideologies like a mental virus. It uses liberalism and globalism, which amount to being the same thing or at least methods of each other, to achieve total control — all in the name of equality.

Since 1789 and the French Revolution, liberalism has become the dominant force in world politics. During the Cold War, both sides agreed in theory that the purpose of government was the equality of the individual. Now they have merged, and the result is global liberalism, or globalism.

Conservatism is the opposite of globalism. We do not support equality; we support wisdom that comes from an understand of balance, the patterns of nature and the hierarchy of ability that makes us function as a species, much as the organs in our body or species in an ecosystem have a hierarchy.

As you watch globalism wreak havoc across the world in the name of its ideology, which is liberalism, you will want an option to this seemingly unstoppable all-consuming system. The same option has been there for centuries, but you were told to avoid it, so you do not even know its name: conservatism.

21 Comments

  1. JooPe says:

    Once again, we are presented with a simplistic and inaccurate description of ‘equality’, both how it is applied and ought to be. For one the system does not treat us all as equals, the reality is most born into wealth will stay in wealth (unless they are especially stupid), will go to better schools and can afford better lawyers meaning more freedom. It would be more accurate to say we are treated as ‘equals’ within whatever ‘tier’ of society we are born into.

    Secondly, as stated elsewhere it is not the intention of liberalism to MAKE us all equal in capability, that is simply impossible, it is to give us equal OPPORTUNITY for power/position, allowing the best to arise rather than wealth/power merely being passed down through biological lines. What we have so far fails miserably at doing this (since we are all different, with different capabilities and needs, treating everyone equally in a superficial/mechanical sense means treating everyone differently).

    Additionally, Hitler as Emmanuel Goldstein, really? Come on, we are talking about a man who conducted systematic genocide and had teenage boys sacrifice their lives to extend his by a few days/hours. And make no mistake, he allowed his people NO freedom, life under the Nazi regime was only tolerable to those who are strongly invested in a national identity and with a capacity for mindless obedience, which i do not possess. Few if any of our wars have been for freedom/democracy, Vietnam was driven by paranoia regarding communist expansion, and Iraq was obviously about oil and protecting/expanding influence in the middle east (containing china). Conservatism is unheard of? I would say maybe ‘true’ conservatism is unheard of, as is true liberalism, and thus the author is referring to ‘conservatism’ in it’s true definition and not mainstream conservatism. But given this blogs links to numerous other biased hard-right blogs and ‘news’ (note: propaganda) sources, unwarranted praise of mainstream conservatives and it’s scathing attacks on ‘leftist’ politicians i again can only see this as unwarranted partisanship. Why is it that when a ‘conservative’ president is elected shit keeps falling apart just as fast?

    1. Mihai says:

      Inequality between people is inborn. Some are born to rule, while some are born to serve. No amount of schooling, “education”, wealth etc etc can change the inner nature of a being. Liberalism, like all egalitarian systems, however, does not understand this, and keeps bragging about “getting there” if you “just work hard enough”. To say that any man who desires to be a leader, if he just puts enough effort into it, will succeed, is the same as saying that any snake, if it works hard enough, can get wings and fly like an eagle.

      Of course, since this is impossible, what actually happens is that egalitarians deny the eagle’s wings, and make it crawl on the ground, like a snake, so they both have “equal opportunity”. You equal opportunity is just an illusion- in reality it is nothing more than the following of the lowest common denominator, where the great, which possess true intelligence are subordinated to a pointless system, in which they work purposelessly to satisfy the whims of the many.

      About your comments on national-socialism, like I mentioned in the other post- your ideas are not yours. You just think and write the same sentences that are found on every single liberal and anarchy site on the web, which is nothing but school book history, where everything is reduced to a simplistic view, based on myths and appearances.
      Hitler and his regime has become an actor at Hollywood, where he plays the role of the ultimate villain, who was defeated by the angelic forces of democracy and communism, who once more fight hand in hand to keep The Evil from rising from the grave.

      1. Liberalism, like all egalitarian systems, however, does not understand this, and keeps bragging about “getting there” if you “just work hard enough”.

        The end result of this is that quantity of participation outweighs quality of participation.

        Frightening :)

      2. Ryan says:

        “Hitler and his regime has become an actor at Hollywood, where he plays the role of the ultimate villain, who was defeated by the angelic forces of democracy and communism, who once more fight hand in hand to keep The Evil from rising from the grave.”

        did you write for speilberg mihai?

        1. crow says:

          I am Spielberg, and no, he doesn’t write for me.

      3. JooPe says:

        Inequalities are inborn and developed. Wealth cannot change your inner character, but it can empower you to act out it’s positive/negative aspects. Conditioning and environment effects you, serial killers are proof of that.

        You all keep asserting that ‘liberalism’ asserts some form of totalitarian equality where nobody is allowed to progress, yet simultaneously claim that your standing in life is derived from your actions and your actions alone with nothing to do with environment/conditioning. You can’t have it both ways, that is cognitive dissonance. Additionally, i would like some evidence/demonstration of how this ‘totalitarian equality’ is enforced, beyond meaningless gestures of trophies being given to every kid in the race.

        Finally, you have no idea what my ‘ideas’ are, so you have no right to make presumptions of prejudice. It is a fact he committed systematic genocide and permitted/encouraged cruel and unusual torture in the name of medical science, it is also a fact he let teenagers sacrifice the rest of their lives to extend his by only a few days. I understand WWII and national socialism also came about due to powerful global factors and germany’s chastising after WWI, however the reality is Hitler was not a man of outstanding character, he was a racist, megalomaniacal control freak, who let a bunch of kids get killed so he could stave off suicide for a few more days. This isn’t some bullshit moralisation, this is the reality of most politicians/leaders, very rarely do those with integrity come into contact with power.

    2. Nicholas Marville says:

      A few short comments:

      “The system does not treat us all as equals . . . The reality is most born into wealth will stay in wealth . . . It would be more accurate to say we are treated as ‘equals’ within whatever ‘tier’ of society we are born into.”

      This is a 100% true. However I would say that the article intends to make clear the phoney image of equality is the self-image of the Postmodern world intends to convey on the civilians. Any person with his eyes open to the real world instead of a fantasy about that world will in due time come to realize that the Open Society is a myth propelled by the Old Boys Network. History proves that Great men rose in times of distress and only very rarely by ‘climbing the ladders’ – ignorant people get often promoted to the higher echelons simply because they aren’t a threat to the control-freaks running the show.

      “Life under the Nazi regime was only tolerable to those who are strongly invested in a national identity and with a capacity for mindless obedience, which i do not possess.”

      –> Hmm, come to think of it, we drastically need less free-thinkers on this forum and more people with a capacity for mindless obedience. It’s the best way to proselytize. The thing about free-thinkers is that they argue and squabble but rarely get things done. We require proselytizers working for us to spread the information provided on this website and to bring our ideals down to earth from their present state as air castles between the clouds.

      “Given this blogs links to numerous other biased sources, unwarranted praise of mainstream conservatives and it’s scathing attacks on ‘leftist’ politicians i again can only see this as unwarranted partisanship. Why is it that when a ‘conservative’ president is elected shit keeps falling apart just as fast?”

      –> You may want to read some of my articles. Starting with:

      A lesson in statecraft

      Characterless Society II

      The Inviolate Truth

      If you can’t find them it should help to search them in google in combination with amerika.org (that’s how I always find amerika articles back).

      1. The thing about free-thinkers is that they argue and squabble but rarely get things done.

        This is a good point. Most “free-thinkers” are spending almost all of their time finding a way to disguise the fact that their ideas are derivative, and they’d be more effective simply putting those ideas into action or as you suggest, repeating them in a clearer form.

    3. Why is it that when a ‘conservative’ president is elected shit keeps falling apart just as fast?

      Because that president inherits what went before, and the limits on presidential power influence a lack of ability to fix many problems.

      Elect a president with greater powers for a 20-year term and you’ll see the possibility of actual fixes. Either that, or keep one party in charge for that long.

      Rightism is unknown in popular politics only; elsewhere, it is clear what it is. However, fewer than 1% of the population are going to understand that.

    4. it is to give us equal OPPORTUNITY for power/position, allowing the best to arise rather than wealth/power merely being passed down through biological lines.

      Not to call you wrong, but we are born with equal opportunity. The point is that we have unequal abilities. Liberalism insists that we have the exact same abilities when the hardest traits to categorize, like sensitivity and depth of intellect, are never measured by liberal “tests.” Equality turns us all into averages and considers that to be victory.

  2. Mihai says:

    “It’s hard to oppose something that is so permissive and based in good-sounding things like equality, freedom, justice, peace, harmony, love, pacifism — wait a second, it can’t support all of those things! Exactly: its fundamental idea is social disorganization.”

    Exactly ! Our “civilization” is based wholly on appearances and shows put on display for the public. Beneath the surface, there is nothing- no essence, no ideal, no truth.
    But its strong point is that the vast majority are always drawn in by what is shinning, by what is at the surface. This illusionary freedom that democracy offers us, is, like you said, half of the whole equation, and I would add- the lower half. That is freedom from every restrain, from every healthy limit. The other half is freedom to live a meaningful life, to realize and fulfill your inner power.

    “Equality, freedom and fraternity” shines like gold in the eyes of the public. But it is impossible, and internal contradiction. Equality means an arbitrary standard set on all. So how can you have freedom, when you have to follow along with a standard that is most contradictory to your nature and ideals ?

    1. Our “civilization” is based wholly on appearances and shows put on display for the public. Beneath the surface, there is nothing- no essence, no ideal, no truth.

      This is the essence of its problem.

      We either have a goal, or we have equality.

      1. Ryan says:

        well said quite a good axiom

    2. Our “civilization” is based wholly on appearances and shows put on display for the public. Beneath the surface, there is nothing- no essence, no ideal, no truth.

      You cannot have those things if you have equality.

      For depth or essence, there has to be a goal, and a goal means that we cannot all be equal. Someone is going to be better at it than others.

      So we remove that values system, and we are back on the path to liberal/leftist Utopia.

  3. Nicholas Marville says:

    Extraordinary. This combines the wisdom of Alexis de Tocqueville and Aldous Huxley in a perfect synthesis. It is true – we are being grinded into small interchangeable components. Facebook replaces family meetings. MSN replaces hanging out with friends after school. And then to say we all have equal rights. In the time of Emperor Augustus one could at least approach the sovereign, so that these ideas would have a hearing if they could be to the benefit of the state. And with a bit of luck you wouldn’t even be whipped. There was direction, clarity, purpose. Perhaps the human soul craves that more than the lies of our one-night lovers.

    1. It is true – we are being grinded into small interchangeable components.

      Atomization, per Houellebecq and Woodruff; see also Burroughs’ parable of the replicas.

  4. hipster traditionalist says:

    Psh…such propaganda being spread around…let me clear out a few things which need to be addressed:

    1. 1% of the people have money and power. That’s bad because I don’t have the opportunity to be as rich (which makes me really jealous). Corporations and politicians are evil. If you don’t agree with me, you’re a fascits (no argument about that).

    2. Womynz(tm) are oppressed. There is a divergence with income among the genders. Dis not fair! Womynz(tm) are also oppressed in 3rd world countries and nobody gives a shit! Fucking lazy Westerners not doing anything about complex problems which they don’t understand!

    3. Did I mention that government is full of corrupteds? Black people, women, natives and other immigrants are not treated fairly. Did you see how much Natives we killed? And we stole their land!

    4. AIDS and poverty. Did I mention this yet? People don’t give a shit about these uber cereal problems! People are dying of AIDS and poverty and we live in our self-entitled land of McDonalds and mobile porn doing nothing! Shame on us!

    I hope you’re all ashamed of yourselves for not addressing the REAL issues! Peace out!

    1. crow says:

      Yo iz rite bro. Dis not fair innit.

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