By Thomas B.
Equality and freedom. These are the words which compel our nation’s youth to take a vow of service to fight and die in defense of the American ideal, and yet, they are also the words which compel the anti-patriot to rail against the system and demand “equal rights” for homosexuals, queers, transsexuals, pedophiles, and other as yet undefined sexual degenerates.
The problem with words like equality and freedom is that they aren’t simply words. These words are something called an ideograph. This means that the meaning of the word, as opposed to its definition, is defined by a variety of other values, morals, and unspoken codes of conduct. The meaning of an ideograph is dependent on the history and context of its use.
Let’s pretend that freedom is a Styrofoam box of food. We can’t see what’s inside the box until we open it, but because we know it’s a box of food, we can know that it is probably filled with a chicken salad sandwich, a bag of chips, a cookie, and some condiments like mustard, mayonnaise, or salt. Obviously, freedom doesn’t mean chicken salad sandwiches, but the point is that words like this are defined by their unspoken implications and “contents.”
When members of contemporary conservative communities talk about freedom, they are probably imaginingstrong protections for our constitutional rights, enforcement of federal and state immigration laws, and the ability to grow and sell food without interference from the government. Meanwhile, members of the liberal-progressive community usually imagine the right to same-sex marriage, the right to marry a bridge, and the right to express sexual attraction to children.
If freedom was a Styrofoam lunch box full of food, the conservative box would be filled with values and ideals, while the liberal-progressive box is full of sexual degeneracy and perversion. Even if the contemporary conservative is eternally reactive in nature and thus doomed to failure at each turn, at least their definition of freedom is packed with something more wholesome and nutritious than sexual degeneracy and confusion.
That’s how an ideograph works, and that’s how words like freedom have such utility and adaptability among divergent political and social communities. These words hold a universal appeal, and that’s how degenerate social aggregations and political communities are able to make male to female hormone replacement therapy sound like a natural or protected choice. The reality is that liberal-progressive freedom is like a dead herring in the moonlight– Oh, it shines…. but it stinks!
This liberal freedom continues to queer our daily lives here in the states, and also among our kin to the north in Canada.
On the home front, a transgender “girl” in Hunting Beach, California was crowned homecoming queen.
In Canada, another transgender “girl” Jenna Talackova has been permitted to compete in Miss Universe Canada.
I hate to break it to you folks, but that’s what equality looks like. Events like these are also what happens when society begins to value form over function.
Here’s another ideograph for you, equality.
Italian philosopher and esotericist Julius Evola believes that equality exists, but I’ll let him get the first word in–
“I will not deny that there are in human beings some aspects under which they are approximately equal, and yet these aspects, in every normal and traditional view, represent not the ‘plus’ but the ‘minus’; in other words, they correspond to the lowest degree of reality, and to that which is least interesting in every being.”
Equality, thus, represents the lowest common denominator among and between all people. Equality, then, can only exist when the sexes are indiscernible from each other, and when all values are the same. To see a transgender man (it? thing? sodomite.) competing in a women’s beauty contest is not entirely surprising, because those sorts of contests are about admiring a specific form of body, not the unique female capacity for pro-creation and child birth. Maybe those Christian fundamentalist warnings about how beauty pageants objectify women were right after all.
When the transgender boy from Huntington Beach, California was recognized as homecoming queen, and another transgender man can compete in international beauty pageants for women, it is truly a sign that society has come to value the form of a woman’s body over her unique function. That is why the LGBTQ+ (or just “sodomite”) lifestyle is degenerate, because it is an expression of society’s failure to respect the inherent function and value of the male or female body.
If your view of the social and political landscape is driven by words like freedom and equality, I would urge you to reconsider your loyalties to that camp…
Evola explains that freedom and equality are tools of manipulation, and after the movement leaders get what they want, they’ll toss you aside.
“Practically speaking, it is only a revolutionary weapon: freedom and equality are the catchwords certain social strata or groups employed in order to undermine other classes and to gain preeminence; having achieved this task, they were quickly set aside.”
In short, freedom is a codeword for degeneracy.
Evola does a better job of explaining this than I do, so I’ll grant him the floor once again…
“Where there is equality there cannot be freedom: what exists is not pure freedom, but rather the many individual, domesticated, and mechanized freedoms, in a state of reciprocal limitation. … If carried to its extreme consequences, the figure of a tyrant would then be the most perfect concretization of this concept or ideal of formless freedom.”
And so it is made obvious. You can choose the slow death of a dictatorship under an Orwellian tyrant with liberal-progressive “freedom and equality,” or you can choose life and health with Traditionalism. Choose wisely.