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The West's Overreaction to Nazism

Western civilisation, especially in America, is to a large extent defined and shackled by its OVERREACTION to Nazism and the Holocaust, some...

Saturday, 16 January 2016

In Overreaction to Evil Society Risks Losing its Way

Can Germany Be Honest About Its Refugee Problems?

By Jochen Bittner, Jan. 15 2015 (LINK to article)

While this article is more realistic than many others, which completely gloss over the difficulties of "integrating" millions of immigrants/refuges into an ethnically very different established society, it still doesn't address the central issue, because that would contradict the ideology which the West embraced in OVERREACTION to Nazism and the Holocaust, an ideology which denies the importance of race and ethnic origins and demonises natural human prejudices in respect to in-group/out-group psychology and dynamics.

It is an overreaction of the kind that the NYT itself warned against in an editorial, The Price of Fear (Nov. 20, 2015), in response to the Paris attacks:
“In the reaction and overreaction to terrorism [evil] comes the risk that society will lose its way.”
This is exactly what happened in the aftermath of WW2 and the Holocaust.

As an ideology it also became an instrument of socio-political intimidation, rewards, punishments, manipulation and control, a modern, secular replacement for the power-political role of medieval church ideology, serving the age-old strategy of “divide and rule”, whereby society is divided into a morally superior, now supposedly "colour-blind", elite and the morally inferior, naturally (human nature being what it is) less "colour-blind", masses, who must submit to the authority of and domination by their "moral superiors".

I elaborate HERE.

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