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…las mujeres hermosas no son políticamente correctas…

21 de julio de 2018

…las mujeres hermosas no son políticamente correctas…
By Hirania
“EL MANIFIESTO” publica un artículo de Javier R. Portella a propósito de las normas que pretenden regular administrativamente las relaciones naturales y espontáneas entre hombre y mujer:

<< Un día es “Podemos” quien quiere prohibir los piropos y convertirlos en delito; otro día son los propios sociatas los que propugnan cambiar el redactado de la Constitución en lenguaje inclusivo, de forma que no deje de nombrar a todos y todas los/las ciudadanos y ciudadanas; la propia FIFA se acaba de sumar a la actual campaña de neogazmoñería prohibiendo a las televisiones internacionales difundir, con ocasión del mundial de fútbol, imágenes con los rostros de las hermosas mujeres seguidoras de sus equipos (¿incluida también la sensual presidenta de Croacia?)>>

 

Una hermosa seguidora croata. Éste es el tipo de imágenes que la FIFA acaba de prohibir.

SERTORIUS (Cáceres) comenta:

…la antigua mojigatería tenía un fin: mantener la pureza de la estirpe y reproducir la sociedad de una manera ordenada para que perdurara a través de las generaciones.
La actual mojigatería busca impedir la reproducción de la sociedad, la desaparición de los linajes y la aniquilación de los pueblos.
Una sociedad no puede llegar lejos sin decencia.
Por otro lado el feminismo está empeñado en proscribir la belleza femenina. Esto es una cruzada contra la hermosura. Nada refleja mejor la degeneración y degradación de nuestra época que el perseguir a las mujeres bellas. Inaudito. No creo que haya pasado nunca ni en la más bestial manada de australopitecos. Kali Yuga en estado puro.
Y nada feo puede ser bueno. Kalós kai agathós. Quien proscribe a la belleza muestra toda la pestilencia de su alma.

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“no puedes ser verdadero cristiano si no reconoces tus raíces judías” (¡?)

19 de julio de 2018

 

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Germany’s Newest Intellectual Antihero

8 de julio de 2018

OPINION

Germany’s Newest Intellectual Antihero
By Christopher Caldwell
July 8, 2017

After the German historian Rolf Peter Sieferle took his own life last September at age 67, Süddeutsche Zeitung, the country’s progressive paper of record, called his erudition “breathtaking.” For three decades Mr. Sieferle had applied the old traditions of German social science to new preoccupations, from ecological sustainability to social capital. He was among the pioneers of German environmental history. He wrote on Marx, German conservatism around World War I and the end of Communism. He advised Angela Merkel’s government on climate change.

But last month, a posthumous collection of Mr. Sieferle’s observations on Germany’s political culture, “Finis Germania” (the title plays on a phrase meaning “the end of Germany”), hit No. 9 on the prestigious Nonfiction Book of the Month list — and a scandal erupted. Certain passages on Germany’s way of dealing with the Holocaust horrified reviewers. Die Zeit called it a book of “brazen obscenity.” The Berliner Zeitung wrote of Mr. Sieferle’s “intellectual decline.” Süddeutsche Zeitung retracted its earlier praise. The Nonfiction Book of the Month list was suspended until further notice.

The book-buying public reacted otherwise. As critical anger rose, so did sales. Soon the book was selling 250 copies an hour, according to its publisher, and ranked No. 1 on Amazon’s German best-seller list, a position it held for almost two weeks, until the publisher ran out of copies.

What exactly had Mr. Sieferle said? Was this a betrayal of his intellectual legacy, as critics claimed? A vindication of it, as his sales suggested? Or had he simply gone off the rails at a time when public opinion was doing the same?

A socialist in his youth like most German intellectuals of the 1968 generation, Mr. Sieferle was drifting out of sync with that tradition by the 1990s. He came increasingly to aim his sarcasm at naïve idealists. At the height of Germany’s refugee crisis two summers ago, he wrote, “A society that can no longer distinguish between itself and the forces that would dissolve it is living morally beyond its means.” The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung described him as “embittered, humorless, ever more isolated.”


Rolf Peter Sieferle
CreditDaniel Ammann
Mr. Sieferle, who had once placed his books with the aristocrats of German publishing (Suhrkamp, Propyläen, Fischer, Beck), became an outsider. “Finis Germania” was brought out by a small rightist press in the eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt. Another posthumous book, “Das Migrationsproblem” (“The Migration Problem”), which asks whether mass migration is compatible with a built-out welfare state, was published in February by a press that works with the contrarian quarterly Tumult. That book, too, is selling like hot cakes, standing around No. 250 on the German Amazon list.

It is odd that “Finis Germania” was the book that took off. It is little more than a collection of notes on various subjects in the 1990s, some of the most controversial of which were previously published in more polished form.

On the other hand, “Finis Germaniae” (“the end of Germany”) is a familiar and resonant phrase. (Why Mr. Sieferle chose to drop the final “e” in his title has been much discussed.) The phrase captures a fear, or paranoia, about national decline that has been widespread in German history — and explains much about that history. Prosperous though Germany is, one can see reasons such fears might be reviving. Germany is senescent, with a median age of about 46. It is helping construct a European Union meant to supplant the German government in many of its traditional competencies. Germans appear to want to disappear. This, in fact, is the thesis that drives Mr. Sieferle’s passionate book on migration.

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