Why the ‘Nanny State’ Had to Turn Nasty

Today’s post from Frank Davis is about how the “nanny state” is a misnomer; it should be the “bully state” and…

If anything it’s really a technological, eugenicist state, engaged in a vast social engineering project. The goal is to create an ideal human type, that is smoke-free, alcohol-free, slim, fit, vegetarian, sustainable, low-carbon, environmentally-friendly, etc. This will be ‘progress’. And that means denormalising and demonising and excluding smokers and drinkers and tubbies and meat-eaters and anyone else who’s non-ideal in any way whatsoever.

It’s essentially a new variant of Nazism. It’s just (at the moment, anyway) a soft Nazism without selections and gas chambers, that uses rules and regulations and media campaigns to cajole and bully and shame everyone into conformity. But it could at any moment metamorphose into fully-fledged, genocidal Nazism because it’s underlying logic is essentially genocidal: it’s trying, after all, to get rid of undesirable traits. And when cajoling and bullying don’t work, mass murder will be the only remaining option.

It’s also a soft Nazism because it’s not overtly racist or homophobic. But this is just a temporary historical expedient, and when its true genocidal character finally emerges, gays and lesbians and Jews and blacks won’t be spared either.

Very recently it hit me that our whole (Western) society has been recreated by eugenicists. They’re not Nazis as such, but socialists/communists, which some would argue are one and the same with a few tweaks.

It’s why the ‘master race’ idea has resurfaced, as Frank graphically phrased it, like a blind and bloated corpse ascending from the depths of a lake, its distended right arm raised in rigid salute.

But he never really died. He was like Dracula, asleep in his coffin by day and working undercover at night, out of sight, biting every governmental, academic, voluntary and religious institution in the neck, in the guise of the likes of the Fabian Society,

Named after Roman general Fabius Maximus (nicknamed “Cunctator”, meaning “the Delayer”). His Fabian strategy advocated tactics of harassment and attrition rather than head-on battles against the Carthaginian army under the renowned general Hannibal.

The Fabian Society stained glass window

The Fabian Society stained glass window, now displayed at the Fabian-founded LSE.

The Fabian window, designed by early member George Bernard Shaw, shows their recently defunct (I believe) symbol of a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Either side, you have co-founder Sidney Webb and G.B. Shaw hammering away at the earth as an anvil, shattering it, to rebuild it in their image.

The window had been stolen and when found, was donated to the London School of Economics (which was founded by four Fabian members) where Tony Blair, then PM (and a Fabian)

Spoke about the remarkable way the Fabians influenced the Labour party, not just in its creation but also in its economic, political and intellectual development. ‘Despite all the very obvious differences in policy and attitude and positioning… a lot of the values that the Fabians and George Bernard Shaw stood for would be very recognisable, at least I hope they would, in today’s Labour party.”

The early ‘pioneers’ of ‘soft’ eugenics include Margaret Sanger of Planned Parenthood (who privately wanted blacks exterminated through sterilisation). The abortion mills of America are now killing as many blacks every three days as the Ku Klux Klan lynched in all of its history.

Over here, the demented Marie Stopes called for sterilisation of ‘undesirable’ types while sending adoring poetry to Hitler. Now we have ‘clinics’ named after this lunatic who cut out her son from her will because he married a short-sighted woman. Their MD is a government advisor on teenage pregnancy strategy, as is a director of the other famous abortion ‘provider’ BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service). That’s why they keep advising lower ages for sex ‘education’ (we have seen how past efforts in sex education have increased their number of customers) and Fabian Ed Balls has been championing sex ed for five year olds. Now some sick people/subverters billed as being ‘experts’ are targeting nurseries.

Because the Fabians knew that to destroy the family was the only way that total socialism could be achieved, creating sexual confusion and separating love from sex seems to be an effective way of creating dysfunction and has prevented a lot of people from the last generation or two settle down to normal family life.

And the proles bought ‘family planning’ hook, line and sinker. But while they thought they were doing the planning to have a better life (one or two children and more money to spend on a better house/car/TV) it was the socialist elites doing the planning to destroy the family and reduce the population.

Then came feminism and ‘a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle’ and the rest of the sexual ‘liberation’ of the 60s, which was actually consigning future generations to loneliness, single families, disease and regrets from playing around and general struggle and strife.

Another consequence has been the need for millions more houses for all the singletons, hence house prices have been going through the roof. Combined with draconian planning legislation, we have been consigned to living cheek-by-jowl in tiny houses. The old tenement flats in Glasgow are huge compared to some of the more modern offerings. Frank adds,

And what’s truly shocking (for me) about this new Nazism is that its ideology seems to have permeated the whole of British society (and more or less every other society as well) without anyone really noticing.

This was the Fabian trick. Their other logo was the tortoise as they knew they would have to move imperceptibly slowly so that people wouldn’t catch on to these wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Why religions have to go and we cannot be allowed to follow our conscience is, as another Fabian H.G. Wells put it, that the old religions of the world must give way to the new religion of collectivism. The new religion should be the state and the state should take charge of all human activity.

Finally, I knew the name of Ezra Taft Benson from my Mormon days (he was a former President/’Prophet’) but before that, he had been Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Secretary of Agriculture and said:

I have talked face to face with the godless communist leaders. It may surprise you to learn that I was host to Mr. Kruschev for a half day when he visited the United States, not that I’m proud of it. I opposed his coming then, and I still feel it was a mistake to welcome this atheistic murderer as a state visitor. But, according to President Eisenhower, Kruschev had expressed a desire to learn something of American Agriculture — and after seeing Russian agriculture I can understand why. As we talked face to face, he indicated that my grandchildren would live under communism. After assuring him that I expected to do all in my power to assure that his and all other grandchildren will live under freedom he arrogantly declared in substance:

“You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept communism outright, but we’ll keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you’ll finally wake up and find you already have communism. We won’t have to fight you. We’ll so weaken your economy until you’ll fall like overripe fruit into our hands.

And just about on time, as predicted, Obama comes along.

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2 Responses to Why the ‘Nanny State’ Had to Turn Nasty

  1. Pingback: All Animals are Equal, but Some Animals are More Equal Than Others | Real Street

  2. pirate says:

    and then, as russia freed itself from socialism, america and western europe fell deep into it.

    the roles have reversed. so when can we expect the people’s republic of america?

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