Excerpts from "Lordship of the Fifth Column"

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The True World and the False World

The syllogicians are those who put together a persuasive, yet "make-believe" (syllogism-based, not objective logic-based) artificial false world; for example, they define fictitious things like borders or nations, and people believe that these must exist. The false world is such that most, who are ignorant of nonlinear reality and are programmed by the syllogicians’ propaganda – take everything which issues from the syllogicians as "good", and whatever issues from their slandered "enemies", the (theoretical) logicians (chapter 21, paper B), as "bad". It is an effective illusion; those who fall for the lies, even take them for granted. For example, in their hatred of the USSR, the syllogicians would claim: “the (subjectivity-based) capitalist world is better than the (objectivity-aiming) Soviet world” – "because capitalism gave man great technologies like computers". We "think" shallowly about it, and concur: "Yes, the syllogicians are right; if inequity is the price to pay to enjoy technologies like computers – in that case, let capitalism be". But it is no price as vital as to be paid! How can we say so? That "computers have evolved so well because of capitalism" is a false statement – yet we take it for granted (the syllogicians' corruption of language "programs" our “mental dictionaries”, so to speak. In fact we can take nothing, not even "the fact that man went to the Moon", for granted), even though we likely don’t know of Soviet computer technology: "K-202 was 16-bit minicomputer built by Jacek KarpiƄski [a Soviet Polish inventor]. It was faster and cheaper than most of the world's production at this time, but production was shunned because of political reasons".

In fact the above shown A7100, a Soviet East German computer, may have been better, judging from how its Wikipedia page doesn't even exist. What gives more room for thought, is the extent to which this account can be generalized; can we even fathom the extent to which the artificial world, which we regard as true and by which we abide, is based on the false world (the subjectively logical), rather than true world?

 

- excerpted from my latest book

 

 

The Fifth Column

"A fifth column is any group of people who undermine a larger group from within.

Origin of the term:

"A Nationalist General during the Spanish Civil War told a journalist in 1936 that as his four columns approached Madrid, a "fifth column" of supporters inside the city would support him and undermine the Republican government from within. The term was then widely used in Spain."

Could a Fifth Column have dominated the Nazi Party?is the question successfully answered. No wonder Führerprinzip was so important to this Column:

"The Führerprinzip ("leader principle"), was the fundamental basis  of political authority in the governmental structures of the Third Reich. This principle can be most succinctly understood to mean that "the Führer's word is above all written law" and that governmental policies, decisions, and offices, ought to work toward the realization of this end".

War… need not be explicit or tangible. It may be implicit and intangible, or undeclared, as well. War need not always be about one nation fighting the other. That's just the international aspect. Apart from that, war has this second, intranational aspect, linked to a hidden "Fifth column" which, with the excuse of "war" and "war economy" – modifies a victim nation's society and economy – even as "soldiers", in ignorance, are stationed, and perhaps even dying, at the front. Such a Fifth column, whose utility increases even as social cohesion reduces, has become even more important over the years; it often has control over the supreme leader as well... it can’t be neglected!

 

- excerpted from my latest book

 

 

 

The secret of the Phantom

To understand Strucker properly, one must solve the mystery of "the Phantom".