Tanks and "Subs": Sexual Freedom Reflects BondageJune 27, 2012
"The very same week that armored vehicles were seen treading the streets of St. Louis, the city held its annual "Pridefest" sexual libertine parade. As we are being conditioned to fight for our "sexual rights," we are increasingly losing our real rights."
by Alex (henrymakow.com)
I can't help but be reminded of what Aldous Huxley called, "the love of servitude" and its effect on society.
I am seeing more and more of this passion for slavery as the weeks go by, but it really "hits home" so to speak when I saw my hometown of St. Louis, Missouri being haunted by the specter of armored vehicles and all of the other trappings that go with martial law.
Of course, the citizens by and large refuse to acknowledge these threats and therefore are unable to resist.
(left. St. Louis gay pride parade normalizes decadence. "Sub" is the bondage term for sexually dominated .)
I think it is important to bring up another Huxley quote: "As economic and political freedom diminishes, sexual freedom tends to increase as compensation. And the dictator will do well to encourage that freedom."
I mention this quote because on the very same week that armored vehicles were seen treading the streets of St. Louis, the city held its annual "Pridefest" sexual libertine parade.
As we are being conditioned to fight for our "sexual rights" we are increasingly losing our real rights. How many mainstream news outlets does one see these days actively promoting the sexual libertine agenda? In comparison, how many give so much as a brief mention of the numerous breaches of our constitutional rights and privacy, as well as the significance of these daily trespasses?Why is it that men are permitted lead each other in the streets with leathers and leashes in the full view of children but when a citizen stands up for their 4th amendment rights against unlawful search and seizure (and government-sanctioned sexual molestation) they are stamped out by the iron hammer of the establishment?
It is no wonder that sadism is going mainstream. Take, for instance, the enormously popular pornographic book series, "Fifty Shades of Grey"- a lurid tale of a woman submitting herself sexually to a billionaire.
Due to the popularity of the series, the market for women interested in sadomasochism has expanded significantly. But this series cannot be identified simply as a treatise on perversion.
It is important to look at the social and economic theme as well, which is symbolic of an ignorant and debt-ridden society dependent on the super-elite for all of our cares and needs. This submission is taking place without any care or thought to the cost to our freedoms, dignity or human identity.In the forward for his novel, "Brave New World", Huxley would go on to write that the Marquis de Sade "regarded himself as the apostle of the truly revolutionary revolution beyond mere politics and economics- the revolution in individual men, women and children, whose bodies were henceforward to become the common sexual property of all and whose minds were to be purged of all the natural decencies, all the laboriously acquired inhibitions of traditional civilization."
In other words, the revolution against our foundation of society is happening on many levels, not just on one sphere of our established existence.
Not unlike the female protagonist, we are to submit ourselves to the elite controllers of our society.
Note from Alex: I have to give credit to the hardcore leftist St. Louis publication "Riverfront Times" for being my inspiration. It was they who juxtaposed the cognitive dissonance of the presence of the armored vehicles with "Pridefest" on their website (they host a photo gallery of the event on their site: http://www.riverfronttimes.
Makow comment: A reader informs me she just returned from Walmart where she saw stacks and sacks of "Fifty Shades of Grey" for sale. So it has come to this. Porn for sale at Walmart.
Proof of what Alex and Aldous Huxley say.