March 31, 2016

Islamic terrorism is on the rise -- but there is ONE hopeful sign

Faith GoldyRebel Host
 

In the wake of the rising threat Islamic terrorism poses to the western world, folks are getting mad as hell and saying they won't take it anymore! I tell you why that's a hopeful sign for a turning point in society. 

Plus, Republican insider turned whistleblower is 'On The Hunt' to share how GOP power brokers are stealing the election from Donald Trump.

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commented 2016-04-20 02:03:29 -0400
Donald Trump will make North America great again!

I will vote for anybody who ends Islamic immigration.

ISLAM is the greatest crime against humanity since Adam and Eve took forbidden fruit from the garden.
commented 2016-04-14 03:17:25 -0400
Just for the record—- The more I watch this—- the more I learn—- OR—— the Less stupid I become. Take your pick.
commented 2016-04-03 17:00:59 -0400
Sorry Rae, I just wanted to provide a complete sketch of the logic.

Basically dialectics (the type of logic that Faith was talking about) is useless because according to dialectical logic, dialectics is both true and false, which makes it completely useless.

According to dialectics, there is no black (thesis) or white (antithesis), only grey (synthesis). But this breaks down because grey becomes “the new black” (synthesis becomes the new thesis in the next dialectical proposition). This doesn’t make sense with colours (what’s the opposite of grey? Who knows), but when it’s applied to fields that are not literally black and white, things get hairy.

Here’s how Marx used dialectical logic: there was a feudal economy with lords (thesis) and serfs (antithesis), there was conflict (the enlightenment revolutions, eg. French and American), which replaced feudalism with capitalism (synthesis). Capitalism then became the new paradigm, where bourgeoisie (thesis) conflicted with the proletariat (antithesis), and this was supposed to result in communism (synthesis). Marx thought this was the final stage, and would stop there.

As you can see, this way of thinking is completely stupid, it has no basis in reality, and the philosopher more or less makes the thesis/antithesis up as he goes along.

It is a dangerous way of thinking because it must lead to intellectual relativism (there is no objective truth, only subjective truths; think “art is in the eye of the beholder”), which eats away at our society.
commented 2016-04-03 09:56:45 -0400
It is Sunday and I have decided that I must join the United Church .
commented 2016-04-03 09:37:38 -0400
More lines thru my posts. What evah will ah do? Ok. I will shut up in a moment. I just have to say one thing. Faith—— Is your waist that small or are your boobs that big ? —You are like an optical illusion.. - I could not concentrate on all your big words- and I feel really Bad
commented 2016-04-03 09:03:54 -0400
Holy lamp lighting Jesus ! Spencer M .—- I just read your post 3 times. It is Above my limited intellect.
I am not dumb—and I am not very smart but I am smart enough to know that I am not dumb. That in itself is a major accomplishment.
I could care LESS about Hegelian dialectics
- because I don’t know what the words mean—- and I don’t feel like learning. .
If you want me to give a shit— then speak to me in the LINGO that makes me feel comfy .
Don’t make me feel like a fucking dummy. ( because I am sensitive to criticism)))))
commented 2016-04-03 07:04:49 -0400
Hegelian dialectics is a logical fallacy and nothing more.

Here’s how they work: a thesis exists, an antithesis is proposed, conflict/change occurs, which results in the synthesis (which is necessarily neither the thesis or antithesis, but a syncretism). This synthesis is truth.

However, this synthesis now becomes the dominant thesis, and a vicious cycle is established; there is no absolute truth, as it is permanently in flux. What we call Truth is simply our current iteration, it will change and rot with time.

Hegelian dialectics laid the foundations for Relativism, which has eaten away at the West’s moral, cultural, and intellectual foundations for nearly 200 years. Early examples include Impressionism and atonal composition (eg. Arnold Schoenberg).

Now why is Hegel wrong?

1) Hegelian dialectics is nothing but the informal logical fallacy of the “middle ground”: saying that the compromise between two opposing propositions is correct. There is no coherent nor compelling logic as to why the thesis or antithesis are necessarily incorrect, and must succumb to the synthesis; nor is there a reason as to why the synthesis is correct/desirable.

https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/middle-ground

I think to myself: the current thesis in Canada is Western civilization, the antithesis is Islamic civilization, through conflict/change we must arrive at a synthetic position (which I am not intelligent enough to fathom). Is this desirable? No.

Is this a realistic or useful way of understanding the world? No. Only suckers think this way (Marx).

2) Dialectics necessitates relative Truth. If Truth is relative, then anything true is only relatively true. If dialectics is true, it is only relatively true. Dialectics is only relatively true according to dialectics.

True is the axiomatic opposite of False; therefore if Truth is relative, then Falsity must necessarily be relative. If both Truth and Falsity are relative, then it must be possible that a proposition that is relatively true is likewise relatively false. Dialectics is relatively false according to dialectics.

True and False, that is exclusive opposition, is the foundation of propositional logic, and everything derived from propositional logic must conform to this axiom (otherwise it is, by definition, illogical). Dialectics is build upon propositional logic, but violates this logical axiom, by being both relatively true and false.

Therefore, Hegelian dialectics is illogical, and anything derived from it (Marxism, Relativism) is likewise illogical.
commented 2016-04-02 20:25:04 -0400
What do those lines thru my posts mean——
commented 2016-04-02 20:14:20 -0400
This ‘Stone’ guy has just given every reason to support Trump —a guy that will do his best to Promote the USA .
Justin, the PM of Canada , will do his best to Defeat Trump
— because his goal is to make -
CANADA—-the biggest , wimpiest , most gullible ,lovable , climate friendly Country on the PLANET.
commented 2016-04-01 21:10:31 -0400
What I got from that article was that the imams were saying ‘Kill ISIS’, but then saying ‘Stop killing ISIS, because you might hurt civilians.’ Come on, which is it? Make up your minds already.
commented 2016-04-01 19:24:51 -0400
Huff post says over 1000 Ron, where did your phony media come up with 70,000 and cleric is an irrelevant term in Islam Ron.
commented 2016-04-01 19:21:07 -0400
Ron C when will they start making a difference then? Please hold your breath waiting for it LMAO!
commented 2016-04-01 19:20:28 -0400
Ron C sorry some made up story means nothing. Let me see them do it publicly and i will believe it.
commented 2016-04-01 13:35:54 -0400
Dizzy Ron,
Words are only words unless backed up by actions. Just another empty threat.
commented 2016-04-01 11:27:07 -0400
@ Ron “union leader” Christensen,
You mean it’s only taken about 10 years for the moderate Muslim population to finally decide that Isis and Al Qaida are bad? And that, many still stand behind the caliphate, but not the violence towards other Muslims, as when it was Christians it wasn’t an issue? I think you have a fatwa against this site rather than taking the information given you decide everything is wrong because it doesn’t have the Ron stamp of approval? Why not troll CBC they must have something you can complain about there. Or is your attitude purely for the rebel watchers?
commented 2016-04-01 11:18:02 -0400
ron you liberal troll ,you liberals can’t admit how evil trudumb’s muslims are and continually try and shut up anyone who tries to show the country how screwed up the retard pitiful so called pm is ,he is worse than trudumb # 1
commented 2016-04-01 00:51:43 -0400
Only 20% like what Wynne is doing; somehow that 20% will make her Premier of Ont. again. Brian Lilly interviewed Peter Brown and his idea of a Carbon Tax and I can’t imagine the Conservatives getting in.
commented 2016-04-01 00:19:20 -0400
Canadians will have to be hurt by their sleepwalking before they wake up.
commented 2016-03-31 23:55:04 -0400
I’m sorry I completely missed what Roger Stone had to say. His monotone voice put me right to sleep. I hope it was good.
commented 2016-03-31 23:31:55 -0400
Kathleen Wynn for Dog Catcher . . . .
commented 2016-03-31 23:26:49 -0400
Great show Faith! I too am mad as hell about what is happening to our Country, at the hands of the liberal government. I knew if Trudeau ever won, that we would be in serious trouble as a nation. There are lots of angry people, but they don’t have a voice, due to being shut down from any type of criticism. Liberals love to slap labels on people, to shame them, and twist their words, to control public opinion. And then of course, there are some that voted for these crooks, that realize that they shouldn’t have been elected, and that Canadians were hoodwinked by the liberals again. Those voters carry the burden of guilt, in my opinion, for electing this government. Once the unemployment rate soars, the discontent will grow among those who are most affected.
commented 2016-03-31 23:16:15 -0400
I wouldn’t put too much faith in that little quote of Hegel. Often very complicated and so-called sophisticated problems are solved with simple solutions. We can very quickly come to a point where we’re just too smart for our own good, and we get further and further lost in the details. The academics earn their living from dissecting everything into minute parts to facilitate copious published articles, but the central issues get lost. And listen to Minister Dion speak with a bucket of convoluted terms and concepts in order to appear knowledgeable about World affairs, and we’re left wondering what he said or if he even knew what he said.
In the real world, simple (not simplistic) well thought out implementable solutions are always more successful than multi-faceted, multi-conceptual, convoluted approaches that never get off the ground — akin to Canada’s Government waiting and playing word games and showing our compassion and egalitarianism, while the Nation starts to face disastrous events now encompassing Europe and Britain.
commented 2016-03-31 23:13:23 -0400
I wouldn’t put too much faith in that little quote of Hegel. Often very complicated and so-called sophisticated problems are solved with simple solutions. We can very quickly come to a point where we’re just too smart for our own good, and we get further and further lost in the details. The academics earn their living from dissecting everything into minute parts to facilitate copious published articles, but the central issues gets lost. And listen to Minister Dion speak with a bucket of convoluted terms and concepts in order to appear knowledgeable about World affairs, and we’re left wondering what he said or if he even knew what he said.
In the real world, simple (not simplistic) well thought out implementable solutions are always more successful that multi-faceted, multi-conceptual, convoluted approaches that never get off the ground — akin to Canada’s Government waiting and playing word games and showing our compassion and egalitarianism, while the Nation starts to face disastrous events now encompassing Europe and Britain.
commented 2016-03-31 22:16:47 -0400
I enjoyed this Faith. Thank you. I’m not as optimistic as you about our country’s people rising up and saying “We’re mad as hell and we’re not taking it anymore”. More and more I see only ‘appeasement’ and apologist sentiment. And our own federal government is ‘all in’. I see my country being given away and my only value as a Canadian is to pile in my tax dollars. And I guess – ya -I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore – is an option for me. I’m at retirement age. I can just say ‘piss off you little cretin in the big chair in Ottawa’. I can sell out here in here in Canada, and retire to a nice beach somewhere. But what about my kids? They’re now raising my grandkids who will will have to pay the price of this sunny ways Prime Minister.