Monday, December 28, 2009

Up Against the Wall

Up against the wall mother fu.ker! It was the call for the radicals inside the halls of education, thus setting the tone for the modern radical; relying on reveille and radicalism to replace liberty with a counter-measure of diversion. The template for change was born, a new age of education and social response. A new beatnik, a world citizen, a cosmic Marxist…a civil rights liberator and an artful diversionary; a diversionary culture clash and its rage fueled by self loathing and dialectic muses from the 19th century Ecotopian Darwinians of the soft sciences. From Ricardo’s Equivalence to Bentham’s, (ad- verecundiam,) Fallacy of Artful Diversion; in order to divert and rely on an incomplete argument, to convey, that every mode of the opposition is completely hopeless…

Take Marx for instance, and the fallacy of confusion; begging the question, in order to speak of conduct, behavior, intention or motive of your argument without a neutral under liner for this or that man. An insightful sophisto would extract this dictum from that spectrum of its meaning, in order to reply eureka! I must have been blind to my existential essence of myself, as so pre-elevated, even in my slumber to not have known that it is. My man (eulogistic) to reverie, (dyslogistic) your man I have contempt.

Self interest; the sophistos know no other, than the utilitarian fallacy that every political measure is proposed to deliver the greatest benefit to the greatest number in mass. Self regarding interest is paramount far and above that of social interest. Here in lies the fallacy of the Marxist, the collective interest is the self interest of the few whom select the interest at the expense of the collective. There are a few examples in small circles of self interest as in war, combat to be precise, that one may sacrifice their self interest for the collective, but on a grand scale, not a chance.

Self interest is the catalyst for survival, liberty is the platform for freedom and natural rights are essential for the individual. The fallacy of creative understanding and its effects on morality and ethics; the more abstract the concept the higher probability that it is a fallacy. Gun control saves lives, fallacy, to regulate self preservation in order to preserve a theory based on an abstract concept, that an armed citizen is a dangerous problem, is a governmental fallacy without statistical merit, it is a political fallacy.

In the Supreme Court case of United States v. Cruickshank, in 1876, in an attempt to politicize a case stemming from a violation of the 1870 Force Act. In here lies the political fallacy. Today’s regulatory antagonists use this as a diversion of the historical events of the 1873 Colfax Parish, Louisiana uprising of the freedmen, a reference specifically of black freedmen. By injecting race or the bias of, into the argument, in that the freedmen that were armed and exercising their first amendment right, were unlawfully gun downed in a hail of gunfire by white separatists exercising their second amendment rights, thus to lawfully end the perceived insurrection. It was argued that the use of force by the defendants, in that it was a lawful exercise of their constitutional rights to use the second amendment in order to lawfully put down an insurrection was justified. The court ruled on several issues; that the first amendment was not intended to limit the states powers of regulating their own citizens and that the second amendment has no other use other than to limit the powers of the federal government.

Yet, this is another example of exercising an ideology based on a statist platform, in the attempt to dismiss certain aspects of the Bill of Rights in our Constitution, as nothing more than an obstacle to a progressive and ever an expanding of the Platonic epistemological theories to government.

Dialectical regulation at the expense of our contracts is another political fallacy, by expanding the commerce clause, in order to promote regulatory fascism and set the bench mark for today’s Congress, and to revisit the New Deal’s punitive statist judicial parlors of the National Recovery Act of 1933. Hugh S. Johnson was a prominent author of the NRA; for you sophistos, it is not the National Rifle Association. Johnson a former general; he used the model of Italian fascism to draw on as a popular progressive. The right police statist for the job; an example is the Schechter Poultry case in NY, that led to the conviction of 8 for conspiring to sell an unfit chicken and two uninspected ones. Finally, the U.S. Supreme court ruled that the act was unconstitutional and exceeded Congress’s enforcement of the Commerce Clause and in turn it granted too much executive power.

Radical wistfulness, with its artful diversions, in so anointing students in the science of intellect; socializing change and replacing common sense with the collective individual fallacy. Trading empirical evidence for the mad hatters of the classrooms, the champions of Mao, the defenders of Marx, clanging for Che’ and the to the sophisto drinkers of socially responsible free trade coffee. When is enough good enough, when liberty and freedom are secondary to revolution; as the relative realists take notes on supplemental adjuncts to the Constitution?

Up against the wall can be heard in today’s executive office; in it’s dealings with the banks that received TARP funds and the auto industry’s acceptance of government loans. The rational of such a promotion of political self interests for the benefit in the social interest, is nothing short of collectivism re-appropriated. Following the Hegelian world of mankind’s evolution to perfection and Marx’s of controlling the means of production, by first dismantling and destroying its machinery. It is a journey plagued with empirical evidence that points to the contrary. As Herbert Spencer so eloquently stated in his essay; From Freedom and Bondage, “for as fast as the regime of contract is discarded, the regime of status is of necessity adopted. As fast as voluntary cooperation is abandoned, compulsory cooperation must be substituted. Some kind of organization of labor must have; and if is not that which arises by agreement under free cooperation, it must be that which is imposed by authority.”

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