Scourge of PC Plutocratically Driven

Political Correctness has ruled the West for decades. It was a crime against thought, and civilization alike. It profited those who wanted to turn us into insects. Tellingly, so-called “liberals” (in the US) and progressives (elsewhere) feel that PC makes them just, moral, and strong. They have a point: the heavy chains slaves carry around, make them stronger (in a most demeaning sense). Political Correctness was a plot to make us all stupid and nasty, because stupid nastiness shared with all, is how plutocracy rules.

Brexit is the most striking example of PC gone all the way: it was alleged that the very idea of European Union was anti-democratic, and that the union had to be destroyed, for democracy’s sake (in truth, it was quite the opposite: plutocracy had penetrated the Union, but that plutocratic attack was pretty much directed from the City of London, a plutocracy (technically) and its many supports, admirers and co-conspirators…). The pretend the Union was intrinsically anti-democratic was a huge fraud, conducted in the name of democracy, and, of course, to serve the same old masters. After faking opposition to it, while conducting an extremely ineffective campaign against it, the entire British plutocracy lined up behind Brexit (even though technically the referendum was just “consultative” when conducted. Parliament decided it had force of law the following year! (If We The People had known it had force of law, We The People would have voted for “Remain”: it was sheer constitutional fraud!)

English Harbored Plutocrats Have Molded Minds, Through Media and Universities, For Brexit, Hoping To Avoid Potential EU Socialism By Making Britain Into A Giant Tax Haven and Pluto Paradise, Just Off Shore…

Not to say that the EU itself has not become a gigantic Pluto fraud. But the EU itself is governed by the national governments (thus the British government, which can pretty much veto anything important it does not like the EU to do). That was one of the many frauds hidden from the gullible British public…


Here is an example in The Independent, UK:

Brexit is not the high point of democracy – it’s the greatest fraud ever perpetrated in British politics:
“An irate local farmer told me he voted to leave as a protest against EU bureaucracy that delayed payments of his subsidies. He thought Defra was an EU department. He didn’t realise it was The Department for Rural Affairs and that the EU had fined our governmental department for its incompetent administration of subsidies.

No matter, we got our country back, even if it means losing the subsidies and keeping the incompetence.

British farmers received £2.4bn last year in EU payments and the National Farrmers’ Union has already warned that many farms would fail without these handouts.

Importantly, EU membership already has built-in border controls under the “right to reside” test. This provides conditions to entry, such as having a job or being financially self-sufficient. There are no immediate, automatic entitlements to benefits, which require further conditions. Most other EU states impose these controls rigorously but the UK has been less assiduous in their implementation.

There was no mandate to leave the single market, sell off the NHS to US private health insurers or to turn the UK into a tax haven. Brexit has divided the nation. For Theresa May to unite the country she must heal wounds and take the public with her.

As Churchill said, “Never give in – never, never, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense”. Brexit is neither, so I shan’t be giving in anytime soon.”


The Trump-Clinton dust-up was another example of fraud: Hillary was basically campaigning, she claimed, against (some) consequences of her own husband policies (which were an extension of those of Nixon-Reagan; Nixon himself was the architect of McCarthyism, and, sure enough, the cultural inheritance of the Clintons, coming straight from Nixon, has been revived, as ludicrously, Clinton promoters have revived McCarthyism… to disguise the fact they have no new ideas since Nixon in 1950).


The Politically Correct was a Perfect Con instigated by Plutocratic Conspirators. PC ^3.

Being trumped by Trump is just deserts for the brainless pigeons who supported the mindset the plutocratically owned press, media, universities, courts, deep state, pseudo-intellectuals, politicians and legislators endowed them with.

The weapons we need are deeper, more powerful ideas. Don’t expect them from the bleating sheep, and its meek heroes.

Expect the stronger ideas which will forge a better future to come from fiercer debate, where truth is told to those who have avoided it religiously.

Relative to the main course which is needed, old firebrands such as Michel Foucault or Camille Paglia are not even appetizers for hungry, rebelling minds. We need to devour the feeble-minded, and relish in that salubrious activity, be it only on moral grounds.

To want to devour the feeble-minded, we first need to throw Political Correctness to the winds…

No, I am not copying Donald Trump: “Devouring the Feeble Minded” was the old slogan of my ancient Tyranosopher site.

Mental progress has always devoured the feeble-mindedness of the present, let alone the idiocies of the past. Political Correctness, also known as mental fascism, has always been in the way…

Patrice Ayme’

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17 Responses to “Scourge of PC Plutocratically Driven”

  1. Gmax Says:

    You are not going to make friends among the sheeple.
    You and Trump have the same position on PC, but you’re diametrically opposed on Brexit. How come?


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Trump wants, first, MAGA, Make America Great Again. That EU is viewed as a competitor (see F 35 F 18 versus Rafale, Eurofighter). Second, and contradictorily, plutocrats like him intrinsically hates the EU (meek and ineffectual, but loud) attempts to limit the plutocratic frenzy…
      I want to Make Europe Great Again (MEGA)!


  2. indravaruna Says:

    Hey Patrice, its seems the next French President will be a Rothschild banker, Happy Globalism!


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I should ban you and block you and vilipend you and symbolically shred you in a great cosmic compactor, for causing me too much pain by brandishing cruel truths that my mind should not even consider!
      The MACRONphage seems ready to devour us.
      The question is already this: is Macron better than Marine Le Pen?
      And the answer is… I know what my (surprising, considering my antecedents) answer is… What’s yours?


  3. Andrej Dekleva Says:

    According to our new EPA chief, concern for climate change, or just a basic belief in science, is yet another crazed form of political correctness.
    Also, it’s about time you stop repeating that your political views are left leaning, there’s nothing to see here that supports that delusion. Lastly, you pretend to support democracy but keep insisting that Most people are morons that should be lead by an intellectual elite(!) – can’t have it both ways…


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I don’t remember using the PC expression “left leaning” to define myself. “Left” would have to be defined first.

      I have long viewed much of the “left” in Europe or US as a form of conservative fascism walloping in self-admiration, misery, and unbounded selfishness… I persist and sign (no, I don’t love Bannon; quite the opposite about Europe)

      In some ways I am way out “left”. It’s not just that I would remove the mortgage tax deduction. I am much more radical.

      For example I would put an absolute limit on wealth, as Rome had it. I would put such a hefty financial transaction tax, or hefty carbon tax, to kill present day speculative finance, or present day tourism. Whatever.

      I have even explained how the present financiers FRONT-RUN the financial markets, and the pseudo-left idiots out there still don’t get it, so they do nothing about it (even more honorable people inclusing Sanders and Warren stay far away from that subject, because they don’t want the powers that be to get really mad with them).

      I am not following what Pruitt said in 2017. I have talked about him, long ago, rolling him out as a the most dangerous type of pro-CO2 character, those who believe that lots of CO2 is good (it augments the primary productivity, by 40% of the CO2 augmentation). And I pointed at the time there are lots like him (for example Putin and Justin Trudeau.

      All this, I said and wrote many times in the past. I spent 15 minutes repeating them for you by respect, for you. But it’s clear you are not reading very well what I wrote, like many who used to comment here, and stopped doing so, because they feel I am following Trump (in my essays of more than 19 years ago, there are attacks against the system which made Trump… I stand behind them…)

      The paradox that the genius, or “giant” (as Middle Ages thinkers put it) depends on others but stands above them is not anymore surprising than Acongagua (“Stone Sentinel” local language) standing 2,000 meters around surrounding peaks. It’s not anymore surprising than a rogue wave (the cause for the rogue wave exists, and once launched, is self-feeding, so the rogue increases).

      Fostering intelligence better than the alternatives, is actually the main reason for democracy.. That, too, I have explained in the past in long essays. It’s not equity, it’s not PC. I support democracy, because, even debating idiots can make intelligence progress, better than by debating only oneself. Because idiots have ideas that intelligence could never have..


  4. SDM Says:

    what exactly do you consider to be PC? you seem to be all over the place without defining your terms.


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Ha ha ha, very astute point! Glad you asked!
      There are many definitions of “PC” (see Wikipedia on subject).
      My definition is maximal, as general as possible:

      Hey, I have an authority to quote: In May 1991, at a commencement ceremony for a graduating class of the University of Michigan, then U.S. President George H.W. Bush used the term in his speech: “The notion of political correctness has ignited controversy across the land. And although the movement arises from the laudable desire to sweep away the debris of racism and sexism and hatred, it replaces old prejudice with new ones. It declares certain topics off-limits, certain expression off-limits, even certain gestures off-limits.”[48][49][50]

      (I hate Prescott Bush, his father, a criminal-against humanity, and despise W. Bush, another criminal against humanity; but I respect H. W. Bush…)

      Earlier Blum had written “The Closing Of The American Mind” (1987; I bought the book, but didn’t read it, too boring and too…closed)

      Seen my way, PC is a type of what I call Intellectual Fascism (something much more general of political fascism, of which there are 2 types, good, or bad…).

      Or rather, Perfect Closure makes Intellectual Fascism latter not only possible, but sustainable. I should write more on this… I be glad to try to answer more…


  5. Benign Says:

    How can the EU be considered democratic? Whatever the voting rules, the economic system is rigged in favor of Germany: they always run a trade surplus, own the currency, and sooner of later end up owning everything, making everyone else debt slaves. Martin Armstrong pointed this out when it was being formed. It will never work as is, and the time to federalize and adopt a common constitution ain’t now.

    Good luck with MEGA. Meanwhile, MAGA and Trumpcare seem to involve drastic increases in health insurance premiums for older people that will accelerate the white die-off. Ah, the ironies of Democracy!

    Collapse and Revolution ahead.



    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I know a lawyer who switched out of her firm’s healthcare system because she was mistreated and insulted. She is very left-wing, certified married lesbian with kids, and thought Obamacare would take care of her. For the same service (family coverage), her cost went up from $2,000 to $6,000!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A month….

      So much for that.

      Collapse & revolution? I wish. At least, the second one. I think you are over-optimistic…

      Just look at brexit for a monstrous, unstoppable coup by the plutocracy…


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Ah, and for the EU… Well, true there is some rigging for Germany. NOBODY explained HOW. I KNOW HOW. I may even write an essay on that… The de-rigging is more than urgent, it has to be done NOW. But one would have first to understand how…


  6. Gmax Says:

    Lots of people think Trump and Brexit are the same. But then lots of people seem to think Trump and you are the same. I also think Americans don’t understand how the EU works. They say it’s not democratic, but they don”t know what it is.
    Can you enlighten us?


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      The institutions of the European Union are the seven principal decision making bodies of the European Union. They are, as listed in Article 13 of the Treaty on European Union: the European Parliament, the European Council, the Council of the European Union, the European Commission, the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Central Bank and the Court of Auditors. Institutions are different from agencies of the European Union.


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