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  • 分解への偶因
  • True, diversity would strengthen a nation in a certain case. For generally, various people must be there for making a balance. But
    at the same time, you can imagine there could be diversity of a destructive kind. It exerts a disintegrative effect on a nation.
    That is, if there is multiplicity of sizeable ethnonational groups or racial groups within one country, it can well lead to its de
    stabilizat [続きを読む]
  • 雑記
  • (A) The nuclear-plant issue reveals people's differences in sensitivity to hazardous possibility.(A) 原子力発電所問題
    は、危険な可能性に対する人々の感受性の差異を明らかにする。(B) In my opinion, racial segregation is no
    t a good idea. The reason is that theoretically, the final destination of the segregated state is this: different human species ou
    t of different races.(B) 私の意見では、人種の分離は [続きを読む]
  • 如何なる心情
  • The essence of Marxism must be, in my understanding, totalitarianism. It is an ideology that intends to control everything on eart
    h. Under this control, every individuals are mere tools. So it's morally very anti-Kantian. Marxism wants power, the power to
    control all. For what? Perhaps in order to gain the maximum power which humans can gain from this world. I imagine that one of Ma
    rxist dreams co [続きを読む]
  • 不穏な語り
  • Surely, talking about racial matters can disturb people's feelings. It must be because people feel that racism is very apt to
    turn to Nazism. If you talk about superiority and inferiority of different races, it's where you start walking toward Nazis
    m. You may say "Data are showing the evidence of racial superiority and inferiority." No, what the data show is just dif
    ferences, not superiority/infe [続きを読む]
  • 興亡のパターン
  • History repeatedly saw fall of world empires which were the world hegemons. Why? Maybe the pattern is that at the stage of their r
    ise to hegemony, they were so powerful that they could pay the cost for establishing the hegemony. But this stage of prevailing ov
    er rivals could end in a relatively short period. Therefore the cost might not be so big. But, once the world empire was establish
    ed, to mai [続きを読む]
  • 本能の在りよう
  • There once were the atrocities of Nazism. The aftermath may be that today people see racial matters as a taboo. To talk about that
    may look like opening a Pandora's box. Today, discussing racial matters itself might be regarded as a Nazi thing. And those
    who talk about this must be afraid that they might be stigmatized. Of course, race, it is a very sensitive matter at the personal
    level. I'm not [続きを読む]
  • 危機への恐れ
  • Due to its incredible ferocity, Nazism was ousted from Europe and the world. And along with Nazism, later, racism was ousted too.
    People tend to associate racism with Nazism. Therefore, racism is thought to be essentially brutal because Nazism was brutal. It
    seems it's today's consensus that racism is unacceptable in its every aspect. But is this, really, perfectly correct? R
    acism is a big probl [続きを読む]
  • 人とロボットの境がなくなる日
  • Does advance in science and technology prepare the Marxist world? Maybe yes, maybe no. The reason: No one can predict how scienc
    e and technology will advance. If you arbitrarily imagine the future of science, that may well fit for Marxism. But there remains
    another possibility. The future in science and technology may require an utterly different ideology other than Marxism. It is not
    now but t [続きを読む]
  • 本能と人為
  • Human rights versus human natural instincts... Maybe animals have only one law. That is, their natural instincts. Therefore, anim
    al world is ruled only by the law of the jungle. But is it all bad? There is natural law. This is thought to be embedded in natur
    al instincts and in this world itself. The point is that all things in nature are neither all bad nor all good. Hitler, however,
    believed [続きを読む]
  • 隠れなきRJW
  • There are so-called social justice warriors. Then: Hitler could have been a racial justice warrior of the day, so to say. Here I&a
    pos;m not intending to be provocative, but this is an idea for argument. Considering his speeches, it seems Hitler thought he was
    fighting for his racial kind of justice. This feeling of justice itself may be the same thing as social justice worriors'. (
    Here I am not saying [続きを読む]
  • 札各種
  • For me, what's politics? Maybe I have to think about this. In my view, politics is simple at the fundamental. Every ideology
    would stem from some simple human feeling. It's one's most strong and fundamental feeling or liking that drives him int
    o a particular ideology. This is like receiving a card when one is born. Some receive the card of "equality." They will
    be attracted by leftism or Marxism [続きを読む]
  • 直訳でも意味が通る諺
  • For what does man involve himself in politics? It may be only to despair. And to know what this world is really for. It is well said that no news is good news.日本語訳を表示?/?非表示人間が政治に関わることは何のために? 絶望するだけかもしれません。そして、この世界が本当に何であるかを知る。 良いニュースはないとよく言われています。フランス語訳を表示?/?非表示Car qu'est-ce que l'homme s'implique d [続きを読む]
  • 配慮する翻訳機械
  • W. Churchill said that socialism is the gospel of envy. I think he must be referring to communism. By the way, if so, of what gosp
    el is Nazism? I think it is probably not unthinkable that someone calls it the gospel of lust in some way or other. Google Transla
    te won't properly translate into Japanese these words, ENVY and LUST. Is this Google's euphemism? It made me chuckle a b
    it.日本語訳を表示?/ [続きを読む]
  • 今日を語る数字
  • In the French Republic, which seems to be a very secular, and relatively left-inclined country since the French Revolution, the di
    vorce rate is reported to be over 30%. This indicator would probably be the ratio of divorce numbers to marriage numbers in a give
    n year. It would not necessarily mean that one-third of families indeed have some certain problems that lead them to divorce. But
    it sugges [続きを読む]
  • 対立の醸成
  • I don't say yes to racial hate. I don't say yes to offensive acts connected with this hate. But the situation of today&a
    pos;s Europe makes me feel uneasy. There is a new social class forming inside those nations. This class is racially and culturall
    y distinctive from the indigenous. And this class is already substantial in size, and is rapidly getting bigger and bigger. And a
    s it gets bigger, frictio [続きを読む]
  • 肉体性の虜囚
  • I wrote in this blog that I'm maybe a conservative. It means that I think I'm conservative on racial and cultural matter
    . This comes from the flesh, carnality. I think that nationalism stems from the same origin. The opposite of nationalism is not
    Marxism, nor anarchism, nor libertarianism. For those are on the same horizon, being political ideologies. What if a Nazi woke up
    and found that he b [続きを読む]
  • 事実である限りは
  • Someone calls someone a racist to vilify him. But if there is no audience there, he would not feel upset by being called so, becau
    se he himself thinks he is a racist. It would be the same for a Marxist. You may call him a Marxist, but he would never be offende
    d for that.If he feels upset, it would be because of hostility in the word.日本語訳を表示?/?非表示人を人種差別
    主義者と呼んで、彼を非難する [続きを読む]
  • 自明性の探究
  • In Mein Kampf, at the beginning passage of the 11th chapter, Hitler seems to talk about the role of philosophy: to reveal what is
    obvious, what is the most plain. "There are some truths which are so obvious ..." This itself sounds quite true, regar
    dless whether his "truth" was true or not.日本語訳を表示?/?非表示Mein Kampfでは、第11章の冒頭で
    、ヒトラーは哲学の役割について話しているようである。 [続きを読む]
  • 生物学的背景
  • Hmm... I got very suggestive information on sexual orientation and history of marriage system, here and here. If innate non-heter
    osexuality is a product of stress, this might imply some ecological mechanism. Is it a natural means of population control? When a
    populace is under stress for food shortage for example, it means that there is more population than the environment can support i
    t. Nature [続きを読む]
  • B語彙群の供給源
  • Maybe putting your heart into politics is like stepping into a bog. News would everyday annoy you. Frustration. Anxiety. Anger...
    Those stresses would come everyday. When politics is present, you would have many political adversaries, and you less find your f
    riends. How sad. But it might be what this human world is partly about. Aristotle said that man is a political animal. It is an i
    nescapable [続きを読む]
  • 外国事例との相違点
  • Sometimes a claim is heard that the House of Councilors should be abolished. But I suspect that the true intent of this claim migh
    t be to make an amendment to the Constitution (Article 42 and other pertinent articles). That is, it is a stepping stone to make f
    urther amendments, whose real aim is probably at Article 9. Why are they so eager to make amendments to the Constitution? Some of
    them don' [続きを読む]
  • 焦煙たなびく風景
  • There are defenders of the Nazi regime. It's not what you cannot imagine. But there are even assertions that that was, agains
    t all appearances, a benign regime. This, this is a glaring lie. Bellicosity of the ultra-racist leaders was undeniably observable
    from the start. And their political track is riddled with criminalities. By the way, an intense sense of tribalism was clearly th
    ere. They resur [続きを読む]
  • 大地の融合者
  • Nietzsche's eternal return... What's the point of it? Is it an assertion that this world is the sole eternal place of yo
    urs? If so, it is not impossible for there to be a Nietzschean Marxist. It is not an oxymoron.日本語訳を表示?/?非表
    示ニーチェの永劫回帰...それのポイントは何ですか? この世界があなたの唯一の永遠の場所であ
    るという主張ですか? もしそうなら、ニーチェ・マルクス主義者がいることは不可 [続きを読む]
  • 左と右の最果て
  • To illustrate more clearly the point of the previous post. What is the fundamental sentiments and ideas of the left-wing (Marxist
    ) people and of the right-wing people? For the left wing: "We are exploited." And whence, "Any form of exploitatio
    n must be abolished―that is, something of worth that I produce should not be possessed by any particular person; and the right t
    o consume it must be given [続きを読む]
  • 右と左を分かつもの
  • What is the crucial difference in mentality that differentiates the left-wing people from the right-wing people? But here I have t
    o say: maybe I'm biased towards the right than towards the left. With this thing paid attention to, I observe: leftist people
    seem to like to have a discussion on power or domination. This seems to imply that the interest of leftist people is strongly in
    the matter of p [続きを読む]