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Friday, 7 November 2014

Saint George and The "White Whore"




Lana Lokteff from Radio 3Fourteen and Red Ice Creations reviews the propaganda found within the TV show Saint George, starring George Lopez. She’ll also take a look at the politics of George Lopez’s stand-up comedy and discuss the strained relationship between Latinos and European Americans.

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2 comments:

  1. Henrik and Lana are a Simon Shack appearance away from becoming the real "tip-of-the-spear" of the truth movement. To interview every conspiracy researcher out there except the legend himself, whose name and most famous work are taboo of even a single mention on ALL of both Wikipedia and Metapedia, will not do. It only proves they are ready for all paradigm shifts except the one that matters the most and is therefore, unsurprisingly, gatekept the most.


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  2. "To maintain an attitude of mind which could be called scientific in any complete sense, it is of cardinal importance to recognize that belief of affirmations sanctioned by the herd is a normal mechanism of the human mind, and goes on however much such affirmations may be opposed by evidence, that reason cannot
    enforce belief against herd suggestion, and finally that totally false opinions may appear to the holder of them to possess all the characters of rationally verifiable truth, and may be justified by secondary processes of rationalization which it may be impossible directly to combat by argument.

    It should be noticed, however, that verifiable truths may acquire the potency of herd suggestion, so that the suggestibility of man does not necessarily or always act against the advancement of knowledge. For example, to the student of biology
    the principles of Darwinism may acquire the force of herd suggestion through being held by the class which he most respects, is most in contact with and the class which has therefore acquired suggestionizing power with him. Propositions con-
    sistent with these principles will now necessarily be more acceptable to him, whatever the evidence by which they are supported, than they would be to one who had not been exposed to the same influences. The opinion, in fact, may be hazarded that the acceptance of any proposition is invariably the resultant of suggestive influences, whether the proposition be true or false, and that the balance of suggestion is usually on the side of the false, because, education being what it is, the scientific method — the method, that is to say, of experience
    — has so little chance of acquiring suggestionizing force."

    -- Wilfred Trotter, Instincts of the Herd In Peace & War


    https://archive.org/details/instinctsofherdi00trot


    ~ Negentropic

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