Sunday, November 18, 2007

It's President Bush Who Hates Our Freedoms



This is the President who wants to say it's the Terrorists who hate our freedoms....when it's actually Bush, Cheney, and the Bushites who are trying to dismantle our constitutional freedoms.

Stay Alert Folks....Will Congress step up to the plate and protect our freedoms and rights?

Thanks and a H/T to Jim Hightower....Buzz Buzz

5 comments:

Mac said...

Well Mosquito, the entire War on Terror is one big projection of the dark side of reactionary forces in this country. Someone like Carl Jung or Wilhelm Reich would have picked up on this immediately, because the Nazi movement was the same way.

Everything they accuse their stereotyped, achetypal "terrorist" of doing, mass murder, torture, Fascism, tyranny, fanaticsim, they are doing. It's just like when some lunatic stands there on a street corner, if you've had the experience, accusing you of sin, fornication and impiety that is going to bring down the wrath of God. You know he's just projecting all of his insanity and complexes on you, a total stranger.

So by studying what the White House and Neocon movement accuse the "Other" of perpetrating, you get a blueprint of what they desire to do to the world, which includes us. So when they say the terrorists are now planning a terrorist attack to dwarf 9/11, this chills me to the bone, because it tells me that these freaks want this to happen and may be planning to make it happen. Bush and the neocons represent a death and torture cult of Biblical proportions. Where this all ends I do not know, but it doesn't look pretty. We are all down the rabbit hole now, looking for a way out.

Mosquito said...

Mac...it's a pleasure to have someone else interested in the spiritual and psychological dimensions of our current situation. I'm positive that you realize what's happening includes projection...but goes well beyond this phenomena.

Jung wrote that it appeared as if Wotan (the God that Christians used to fashion Satan) has once again been unleashed to create the chaos and destruction of Hitler's Nazi Germany.

There are so many parrallels. But I'll stop with this quote of Jung's. "The impressive thing about the German phenomenon is that one man, who is obviously "possessed," haa infected a whole nation to such an extent that everything is set in motion and has started rolling on its course towards perdition." 388 Vol. 10 of The Collected Works of C.G. Jung

In fact that sounds like the quote of the Bush/Cheney era. Hmmmm....Maybe I should russle among some of my Jung stuff....

Buzz...Buzz...
Buzz...Buzz...

Mac said...

Somehow this reply ended up in the above blog, so I'll it reinsert here where it's supposed to go:

Poor Wotan (Odin) gets abused too much. He was an All-Father Sky God much like Zeus, not really a sinister guy.

The Nazis weren't really pagans, so much as they were Occultists (key Nazi ideolgues were members of the occult Thule Society). They were usually also Catholics and Protestants (God and the Devil dichotomy inside). But they were also usually repressed, psychically split Christians with the collective dark shadow that Jung talks about.

Reich, who treated thousands of Germans for sexual disfunction, realized that sexual repression is systemic in patriarchal civilization, and the repressed sexual energy easily channeled into Fascist movements. The Nazi Movement became a new, quasi-religion in Germany, complete with rituals and ceremonies, but it was a religion based on sadism, as opposed to a religion based on suffering and masochism. We have all read about the excesses of Christian monks who in the Middle Ages (some still do) flagellated themselves. Fascism is a step in the other direction, toward outward violence. It requires a scapegoat (the Jew, the Arab, the Moslem) whom Fascists project their "Satanic" side upon and literally attack, torture and destroy. It is sexual pathology on the psycho-somatic level.

The Swastika, Reich noted, is first and foremost a fertility symbol, the four legs actually a man and woman in sexual intercourse. This symbol had profound appeal in deeply religious Germany in the 20s and 30s, where compulsory sexual morality was heavily enforced by the Church.

Hitler's use of the Swastika attracted psychicaly repressed Germans in droves the way a picture of a glass of water attracts a man dying of thirst. But the Nazis were upholders of strict morality, not free love advocates, so they channelled Germans into supplementation of sexual energy through brutality, energy being released through the musculature. If you have ever witnessed someone being beaten up, there is definitely a great release of energy going on, often resulting in exhaustion for the attacker and some kind of release. Of course it is twisted, negative energy that resolves none of the inner angst, only temporarily relieving it while at the same time preverting the personality.

This is what was going on at Abu Graib too, even more obviously, with all the naked and hooded Iraqis. This is deeply sick stuff from a deeply sick, "civilization". The whole War on Terror is the manifestation of our current Fourth Reich phenomenum, partially driven by reactionary churches and synagogues, particularly the Apocalyptic rantings of psychotics like Tim LaHaye, who looks forward to rivers of blood five feet deep.

Mosquito said...

Jung's reference to Wotan was not to imply that Nazi Germany was pagan but that this was a mythical force an archetype in the unconsious erupting in an epic way into our conscious world.

Jung, a Christian, believed the Christians used the Wotan God to fashion Satan....The pagan religion (to me) is a circular (and more importantly an experiential) mode of spirituality (which I know a "little" about but I'm not versed as you obviously are) While Christianity is not experiential but faith based....and in my experience of Christians in the USA they often split things into good/evil, black/white with very little areas of grey.

But is is interesting how powerful an archetype could be given if someone (in power) is in it's grips.....that was more my point...exploring that aspect of it since the projection mechanism is just one part of the phenomena of what happened there and what's happening here.

LOL, you are really opening up another ball of wax (that will continue in this country for a very long time....) Our pilgrim heritage and sexual repression and what that does to the energy both individually and communally.....it sure does set a fertile ground for sickness, despair, and chaos....

buzz...buzz....

Mac said...

Yes, Mosquito, I think Jung definitely was spot on about the power of archetypes in Nazi Germany. Jung studied the phenomenon from the realm of the archetypes, while Reich studied it from the realm of biology and psychosomatics. Many consider him the father of psychosomatic research and therapy. His book The Mass Psychology of Fascism was his key work on this social pathology and made him a marked man by the Nazis. He snuck out of Germany just in the nick of time.