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Assuming Kavanaugh: The Dialectic in Praxis

 

The Dialectic of Desire 
Assuming Kavanaugh: The Dialectic in Praxis


by John Frost

Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
Caught in a landslide,
No escape from reality.

Open your eyes,
Look up to the skies and see,
I'm just a poor boy, I need no sympathy,
Because I'm easy come, easy go,
Little high, little low,
Any way the wind blows doesn't really matter to me, to me.


Bohemian Rhapsody
-- Freddy Mercury & Queen

 

 "Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted."  
  -- Vladimir Lenin

 

Dialectical processing requires logical thought - garbage in, garbage out.

The Marxist Narrative is a broken mirror - imaged by a broken few
It wasn't religion that burned the heretic, it was notions of facts not in evidence and the complete disregard of due process.  What's done is done... there's no going back.  We can't undo the pain inflicted on the innocent in the name of something assumed to be greater.  In the context of humanity, what can possibly be greater than innocence?  Thus due process seeks to override the frailest of our human qualities, our emotions and how much we rely on them to forge our character and gauge our virtue... to firmly establish our moral high ground. 

What is invoked to replace innocence lost, while a grand notion in and of itself, justice cannot be greater than the loss it seeks to re-fulfill.  It fills the void, somewhat, but fails miserably to replace what no longer can exist.  The world takes what is good and takes it when it chooses regardless of the pain it leaves behind.  Justice seeks to soothe the wound, but cannot address the inevitable scarring of unwarranted and unwanted, change. 

Consuming Kavanaugh
Change has entered a life assumed good and has either changed it for better or for worse. Who is to say, now that the deed can't be undone - those who benefit or those who've lost? The Dialectic of Desire engages and spins answers for all.

Even if innocent, this man's destruction is good, for it keeps the evil that we assume he holds at bay.  Even if that evil is not true, the potential of its possibility must be addressed and the curbing of evil is the greatest of good.
Or so they say.

"It's for the best," is always the claim.

Utter Hogwash... and anybody with half a brain knows it.  The human desire for moral high ground, in reaching for it, has no problem trampling over good, driving it back under the surface of the filth and mud from which it rose.  That's somebody else's good and it doesn't apply to me.  Morality never applies to the moral authoritarian.

What is moral good without standards to define and contain what without, can only be assumed?  Truth is a standard, as are facts, as are definitions.  Standards are what the dialectical engine progresses into "assumptions of better" or desired realities created to suit the whims of circumstance and ego. 

A "new truth" created in Man's image and progressed into "reality" through desire.


“Dialectic thought is an attempt to break through the coercion of logic by its own means.” 
  -- Theodore Adorno, Frankfurt School Marxist 

 

We live in a world untethered from the realm of truth, of fact, of definition, and of logic.  We now swim, ungrounded, in a fantasy provided for our benefit. 

Feelings, held in opinion, has replaced truth.  Emotional leverage drives out fact and narrative steps in for definition's sake.  Belief has replaced reality.  In direct spite of the evidenced good, brought to bear by witnesses who know of this singled out man, Brett Kavanaugh, he is simply to be rubbed out of existence, sacrificed to something undefined and assumed without fact...  Believe it or not, this is all assumed to be for the best. 
For our best. 
 

 "Logic is not independent of content."
  -- Max Horkheimer, Frankfurt School Marxist 


Better is not attained through the destruction of what is good.  Logically speaking - It does not follow.  Logic, therefore, limits these stabs at something better.  It oppresses their coming to be.  Facts don't care about feelings but the Dialectic directly addresses what is desired and assumes it, as narrative and offers it as truth for the masses to elect and progress, by consensus, into a “better” reality than the one reliant on truth, fact, definition, and logic. 

Behold the Dialectic, where reality is created and progresses in the image of Man.  Reality, a notion revealed through the mis-endeavors of a lower humanity, chained to a lesser thought by belief.
   
This is Leftism in all its glory and I reject it for the false, destructive lie that it truly is. 

Moral authoritarians have no problem destroying what can't be intimidated into alliance with their opinion.  We're seeing this with the Left’s destruction of the rule of law, due process, our separation of powers mechanism, and the life of a man, Kavanaugh, who is assumed to be on the wrong side of the moral aisle from the good that is Roe.  All the good found within these arrogantly sacrificed on the altar of human ego for “the best.”  A presumption of innocence is the standard our law is based upon.  Without it, there can be no justice.
 

 “Who gave us the sponge to wipe away the entire horizon“ 
  -- Friedrich Nietzsche


Who indeed?

Written by John Frost

A fundamentally transformed Leftist apostate, politically conservative; an anarchist in the realm of grammar

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