One of the first things that a newly racially aware Caucasian person realizes, if not the first, is that our adversaries own the mass media, both figuratively and literally. The quickness of this revelation is not particularly surprising because, even among those that have not yet awakened, the majority of people have a sense that something is desperately wrong, and that those cables and wires spew raw sewage into our homes and our children’s minds 24-hours a day.
The question is: What are you doing about it? Tragically, the answer is probably absolutely nothing. Why are you doing nothing? The likely answer is that you are even more hopelessly addicted to the sick, passive stimulation than your children are. I know this from personal experience because I’ve banished television, and later other electronics, from my home a number of times. The kids’ withdrawal-induced irritability was nothing compared to mine.
We’ve had the phenomenon of “vidiots”, people who spend every possible waking moment with their eyes glued to a glowing screen, since the birth of television. Video games and home computers only exacerbated the problem, as our national obesity problem attests. Our problem, however, has worsened in recent years and given birth to what I call “electrotards”, people who are never detached from some electronic device during any waking moment. Now that we have cell phones that do everything, person portable radio and mp3 players, laptops, and hand-held video games, the former vidiots are no longer tied to a video screen at a fixed location and can check their FaceBook status while swerving their three-ton SUVs into our lane.
As frightening as are distracted drivers and as annoying as are loud-mouthed cell phone jockeys, there is a far greater concern in the long term. The most insidious effect of all of this is that the average person no longer gets much of a break from the depravity and dog-faced lies of our adversaries. A brain that is continually bombarded with some message will eventually internalize that message,whether it is true or not. It is an outrage when that is done to you. It is simply insane when you do that to yourself, or allow it to be done to your loved ones.
If you can find the personal strength to do so, I recommend that you banish most of this pernicious technology from your home, and what you cannot banish you should strictly reduce in scope, or confine to uses that advance the cause. I promise you it will not be easy. Your twitchy irritability will be exceeded only by that of your spouse. Your children will howl like scalded dogs and will throw tantrums the likes of which you have not seen since they were two.
Yet, something else will happen as well. The howling and tantrums will subside, then disappear entirely. Your children will play games with each other, read, listen to music, or just go outside to play. You and your spouse will rediscover each other and perhaps fall in love all over again. I have personal experience with those outcomes as well. You will rediscover the importance of real life, and realize once again that the mass media is most emphatically not real life.