Posted by Curt on 6 May, 2021 at 10:02 am. 3 comments already!


by William M. Briggs

It’s difficult to remember how big parapsychology was in the 1970s. It was at that time taken seriously, or at least not dismissed, by a large number of what we then called scientists. (Men who investigated how the world worked and reported their independent results.)
I’m sure you’ll allow me that little joke. Anyway, it was still true that ESP, telepathy, clairvoyance, and other experiments were being done and reported on in (at the time) top journals. Even Science and Nature magazines, now devoted to politics, carried parapsychological papers.
At first, as in any “new” field, there were many large positive “findings”, but as experiments were more closely examined, the effects, so bold and bright at the beginning, began to fade, and even vanished.
The old-fashioned explanation for the dying of the light is that enthusiasm accounted for the early glowing results. Confirmation bias and zealous desire corrupted the critical faculties and obvious errors were missed. There might have been more than a fair share of juicing data, too.
Proponents had another idea. They developed the theory that with the increasing interest in parapsychology came a growing number of skeptics, which was surely true. These skeptics were known as goats, and those with psychic powers were called sheep. The goats’ also had psychic powers, believers said, which canceled out the sheep’s powers when the goats thought about the sheep.
That’s real power.
You could thereafter only see psychic phenomena if you looked away. Or if data was examined only by believing experts.1
This, I admit, is a long way to introduce an analogy on how elites, rulers, and Experts view white supremacy and whiteness.
Not just in how it’s only they that can see white supremacy. That’s obvious to everybody. Gaze upon this thread, and especially the replies, to see an example (it’s the diligent FBI posting a most-wanted pic of a granny who was involved in the “insurrection”).

And, of course, addled academics can find white supremacy, a.k.a. racism, in data with just as much, or more, efficiency than Targ and Puthoff can find psychic vibrations in Uri Geller’s bent spoons.
These are part of it, but the analogy I want to concentrate is on the occult powers of whites, who are the goats of society.
I should say the occult magnificent awe-inspiring powers of whites. White rights, that is; the based, the so-called white supremacists. Their opposites are not blacks, Hispanics or Asians. They are white lefts, the baizuo and fellow whites.
It’s these nervous baizuo and fellow white paleskins who hold the top positions in everything, everywhere. It’s they that live in fear of the other half of the whites, the based whites, who are nowhere in power, but who, the nervous paleskins fear, could grab the left’s power whenever the based choose.
Do you follow?
Consider. Who does the very President of the once United States say is the “biggest threat” to the country? Thirty years ago is was commie red Russians, who could have nuked the world, destroying life as we know it. White supremacists are now that supreme terror. All Experts agree.
Black Larcenous Marauders and Auntyfag (the g is silent) are, as even the snitches for the oligarchs are forced to admit, running amok, mostly peacefully burning, stealing, smashing, looting, stabbing and murdering. But these groups, the powers-that-be also tell us, are nothing next to the threat of white supremacists.
BLM and Auntyfag will continue their mayhem, yet based whites are worse just by being white. How amazing these based whites must be!
Think! Since based whites are the new red commies, this makes them a force akin to globo-thermonuclear war. That’s amazing. Maybe that’s why baizuo and fellow whites push globohomo so hard, as a counter? Just an idea.

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