The recent breakout of violence in Israel demonstrates the betrayal of Zionist Jews by the Israeli government is similar to (although on a much smaller scale than) the betrayal of The Nation of Settlers by the US government. Both of these betrayals are bringing to the fore apocalyptic implications for Zionists whether Christian or Jew, that center on a tiny “territory” known as The Dome of the Rock and the siting of The Third Temple.
Ironically, many of what the ADL calls “virulent anti-semites” might actually side with Zionists in their, shall we say, “bid” for siting their Third Temple on The Dome of the Rock. Nor is this merely a rehash of the of “The Transfer Agreement”.
Let me explain:
I asked the infamous Craig Cobb, as he sat opposite across my dinner table, “Would you be willing to accept as fellow human beings those Jews who agreed you have the right to exclude Jews from your territory?”
I scare quote “anti-semite” in the context of Craig’s “Yes” not because I believe him to be sincere, but because I am willing to give him “The Benefit Of The Doubt”. While I understand there are many who consider “exclusion” (as in “the politics of”) from any territory, no matter how small, anywhere in the world, including stinking radioactive desert, “anti-semitism” if that territory excludes “Jews”, I most assuredly do not consider people holding such supremacist beliefs to be “human” in the sense of according them any “human rights”.
That’s Sortocracy’s “line in the sand.” Cross it and there can be no “Benefit Of The Doubt”. Just as they claim “There can be no place for the politics of exclusion,” so I claim there can be no place for them.
Sortocracy is about providing a place for as many social theories as practicable so as to avert a rhyme with The Thirty Years War over quasi-religious beliefs in various ways of organizing human ecologies. But lest I be misunderstood, we are already in a rhyme with The Thirty Years War. Indeed we, in the West, have been rhyming with it at least since the spirit of The Treaty of Westphalia’s principle of Cuius regio, eius religio was sacrificed on the altar of “inclusion” (ie “religious pluralism”) with the specious notion of “Separation of Church and State” embodied by the impotent gesture of forming “The Royal Society” in the run-up to the apocalyptic year of 1666. The impotence of this gesture is visible, most catastrophically in the present day, as Britain is destroyed by immigration and stands on the brink of “rivers of blood” being shed over the Social Theory of Inclusion.
Oh, did I say “social theory” rather than “religion”? Come now… Don’t be obtuse. There is no difference when one takes the leap of faith that puts theory into practice by acquiring territory upon which to form a society.
After all, what does the scientific method purport to do when it “excludes confounding variables by experimental controls” if not take a leap of faith in the very act of conducting an experiment to test a theory? I mean you have just allocated resources in the belief in the expectation of some sort of value, if only information that reduces the need for faith. So… We allocate each other territory upon which to test our respective social theories, with only a minimal set of rules guaranteeing individual choice is maximally practicable.
Thus we stand-down from religious wars. Right?
WELL… Let us consider sacred territory such as The Rock as in “The Dome Of” over which various JudeoChristian denominations would have us believe there will be a Final Battle Between Good And Evil! I was raised in just such a Hell Fire and Brimstone denomination so I know full well the intensity with which this belief is held.
Only one religion that occupies The Rock of Ages, that is.
Here’s how things play out in the absence of Sortocracy:
Zionists, including folks that believe as I was raised to believe, mobilize the US military for The Final Battle against the Muslim world that may be in alliance with oil-poor China, as well as the torrent of military aged males that are being scattered to infiltrate every refuge in the US against “The Politics of Inclusion”. But there is a big problem for the Zionists: They expended much if not most of their Scotch-Irish Military Apocalypse Capital in the wars following on 9/11/2001!
Bad move, guys. REALLY bad move. What were you thinking?
While I understand some sort of deus ex machina may be waiting in the wings (other than the ordinary nukem till the glass parking lot glows) such as ethnospecific bioweapons or whatever, the damage that has been done to the West is unlikely to be undone by such a Final Battle.
On the other hand…
Here’s how a battle for The Rock of Ages, The Third Temple and The Millennium of Messianic Rule might play out under Sortocracy:
Each “believer” that accords with Sortocracy is reciprocally accorded their individual territorial value, which they throw into a collection plate shared by those who share their belief. This belief must be stated in a form that governs internal disputes. Since there will be internal disputes over which territories they should collectively value, these will be resolved. Resolution in hand, their collection plate’s value will be placed in bids for territory against other beliefs.
Places with gargantuan land values, such as Hong Kong, would receive higher per area bids than, say, that stinking radioactive desert mentioned previously. Likewise, locations with high sacred value to various religions will potentially receive higher per area bids the more believers there. I say potentially because there is no guarantee that any other beliefs will contend for that site – in which case it would not require much of the collection plate’s contents.
The point here is that by according each individual territorial value, we are admitting that people, throughout history, have engaged in wars over territory in large measure by putting people into a profoundly dysgenic mutual meat-grinder that cultures group integrity over individual integrity.
While there are a multitude of objections that may be raised to this mode of averting war, none of them, to my knowledge, has ever been raised in comparison to any alternatives without, ultimately, resorting to the abrogation of individual integrity for the maintenance of group integrity.
Haven’t we all had enough of the collectivist nightmare by now?
PS: See the Berkeley Professor Garrett Hardin for an example of the dying breed of scholar for whom all this was as obvious as the fact that the Emperor is stark raving naked as a jay-bird: