The silenced majority

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  1. bordsilver

    bordsilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I think it's more "might endows ability to get away with infringing others' rights" or "might endows ability to adequately defend your own rights". It certainly doesn't "endow" rights.
     
  2. We could probably argue semantics till the cows come home on this one so I think I'll just leave this be now, thanks. :)
     
  3. I still maintain that there is a need to recognise the causes and the people behind all these problems in order to effectively fight back.
    The Strategies of neo Marxism, or rather, cultural Marxism, are not a well guarded secret or difficult to find.
    One of these strategies is constant change, as in more and more boundaries to stifle freedom such as endless revision to existing laws as well as endless new laws.
    The first step is to refuse to participate in their games and stop trying to resist them on their terms.
    Fight back on our terms and on our conditions and simply say no to these people who try to intimidate and silence the majority with what amounts to complete and utter BS.
    The first thing needed is to reject political correctness. This is the main tool used to silence people.
    So what if some fool calls you phobic this or phobic that. Rip their nasty little claws out and see what pathetic weak cowards these people really are.
    If someone tries to silence you tell em to piss off to their safe space and cry about it there rather than bother you with their inane crap.
    If you consistently stand up to these wretches they will back off very quickly because they are invariably gutless.
    And never forget......
    It's ok to say NO!
     
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  4. Silverling

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    That maybe so but in 3rd world countries they're trying to bring their laws up to our standard. Why is this so?
     
  5. That would entirely depend on exactly who "they" are.
     
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    I give you an example. In Australia you can not buy and drink beer in parks or on the beaches and I would like to do that. Where as in Thailand you can buy and drink all the alcohol you like on the beach. They would like to introduce laws similar to Australia, why? That's a typical nanny state law.
     
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    ^ probably because in Oz we have so many fkn wankers who have no self-responsibility, not to mention a welfare system that makes drug use affordable.

    Privatise parks and beaches and the problem is solved instantly.:)
     
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    Actually, that would seem to be a law that's enforceable at officers discretion. Go to Noosa beach or river on any given day and you'll see people having BBQ's with wine and champagne. All very civilised, familly affairs. Police cars roll past and don't even look twice.

    Now go to a football oval or park with a group of teenagers (legal drinking age) passing a bottle around and I'm pretty sure you're going to see police look into that.

    I guess they know from experience which one is likely to cause problems later into the evening.

    Is that wrong or right? That's not for me to answer however I've been in both situations and I have no problems with officers using discretion as they see fit..
     
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  9. "Get your filthy laws off my body."
     
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    Complaints of a left-wing bias on Silver Stackers? Now I really have seen it all.

    And you presume to call progressives snowflakes...

    Hypocrisy and narcissism know no bounds.
     
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    From a moral perspective I think it is wrong, discretionary powers leave the law open to abuse by police officers and other enforcement agencies. If there’s a need for a law enforcement agent to be vested with discretionary powers, then maybe the law is an ass.
     
  12. A little trivia.
    I just looked up the word 'equality' in the little red Marxist dictionary......

    Equality: Equal destruction of liberty. The process of removing freedom from all.
     
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    Ok, I here the words Communism and Marxism a lot here but have any of ever experienced it or seen it first hand? Actual been in any of those countries and tried to live life there?

    I have, back in the 80's I had the chance to see communism in a few countries. Was lucky enough to spend a few weeks in the former USSR, Poland and East Germany well before the wall came down. Man, as part of my duties on a back packing tour I had to stand in a queue for 45 minutes to buy a cabbage, yes 1 lousy cabbage. You could walk around Moscow and a queue would form, the idea was just join it because it was something worthwhile queuing for. One of these 30 minutes queues rewarded you with two bottles of champagne for very little money. Money meant little there, getting stuff meant a lot. There were spooks in plain clothes watching all their subjects interacting with the tourists. Anything out of the ordinary and the local was pulled aside. Our group had to be escorted by a local Russian, you were not allowed to travel anywhere by yourself. This country at the time had very little food to feed their people. I could tell you more of the same with many examples but it would bore you.

    I am happy to have seen how real communism really worked and it is crap, I didn't like it. This brings me to Australia and the words of Communism and Marxism being thrown around here. We as a country would never ever stand for it. Most of those people on the left that some of you complain about would absolutely sh!t themselves if they had to live under communism. Aussies are too care free, they hate authority and in the most generally just want to have a good time and live a happy life. There is no way we as a country or a culture would ever head down that path. So come on please, just because someone thinks we should have a National Health System or that they want a better Australia by tweaking a law or two doesn't make them a Communist. Lets face it, we all want a better Australia and we all have right to debate it. A vote is a vote. If Labor wins so be it, if Liberals win so be it. If SSM vote is yes, we will live with it, if it's no we will live with it also. None of that has anything to do with Communism.
     
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  14. There is a long answer and a short answer and I'm not sure what this will turn into, but likely the shorter variety.
    I have personally seen East Berlin in the early 1970's and heard first hand the joys the Stasi brought to every day life there.
    As a West German I believed there was no way that could happen to us in the West but as I grew older I came to realise those unfortunate people were once just like us and did not imagine this horror would ever come to them either.
    The greatest influence to me is my interest in history though and how this very real and malignant menace has evolved to what we have today.

    If you believe this can not possibly affect you here in the sunny paradise of Australia I'm afraid I have to respectfully and strenuously disagree with you.
    Of course there are plenty out there that are just champing at the bit to yell conspiracy theory in order to embarrass me and shame me into silence and the reason this has not happened yet is probably because, to their chagrin, I never have played by their rules and their critical theory tactics do not work on people who are well informed.

    You really should endeavour to become well informed your self. Perhaps if you look at how the Fabian society operate and how wide their presence is if you firmly believe Australia is immune to this creeping tide of evil, otherwise you may wake up one day to the horrible realisation that reality is far from what you imagined it to be.
    That is entirely a matter for you of course.
    The blue pill or the red pill.
    These people thrive on, and fully rely on, the apathy of their perceived foes, that's us, the silenced majority.
     
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    A beer will do!:D
     
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    You may have guessed that I am well travelled, go away nearly 6 Months a year. Yeah, anyway a couple of years ago I was staying in Geyland District in Singapore. It is Singapore's red light area. Was in a hotel and got hungry in the middle of the night around 3 am. So I decided to go out looking for something to eat. To my surprise got downstairs and all the cafes and bars were open. There were young kids, old grandpas and families in the cafes. A lot of people were drinking and just talking and enjoying life. There was no violence, no danger and it was great to be out at that time of the morning. Try doing that in the big city night club areas in Australia, violent morons everywhere. Can't handle their grog I'm afraid.
     
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    Before the Wall fell Ling ?

    I'd urge you to take a look at the history and agenda of just a few of those on the Left side of Politics in Australia, the likes of Antifa, or many of the Social progressives such as those found amongst the Greens before assuming that Communism is dead in Australia. The Cutural Marxism you so casually toss aside is unfortunately alive and well in this country:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Fabian_Society#Purpose

    Fabianism hopes to permeate society with small yet incremental changes, a foothold here and there that will allow yet more small and incremental changes down the line. Before you know it, within a generation Gender is obsolete and Jimima is a thing with a football wearing a dress in grade 5 , and his Father is a Criminal for wanting to refer to him as a Male named Jim and relating story's of the day Richmond won a Premiership during a Male dominated Football League as a thought crime.

    Ling you say we as a Country would never stand for such things, M8 it is already happening right in front of you, it already has. Take a look back a couple of weeks and the rushing in of new laws to control the voices and thoughts of those who oppose any changes to the current law as it stands denoting Marriage as between a Male and a Female. Take a look around your world right now and the measures been taken in Europe to enforce restrictions on people expressing any sort of opposition to the influx of economic Migrants into their country's, take a look at the shut down of any opposing voices in social media on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter under the guise of controlling Hate Speech.

    Anywhere you look right now across any sort of media platform be it the 24/7 MSM to the darkest corners of the internet, any sort of open discussion about any of the current hot topic issues is being subjugated and shut down by gate keepers or Authority's in the western world full stop, while the proliferation of leftist movements such as BLM, Antifa, or Social progressive Vagina on hats movements is openly accepted and promoted on all but the most conservative news streams 24/7. Anything just off center of right is labeled Extreme even to the point that a Gay Jew with a Black lover is labeled as an Extreme Alt right promoter even on the Aussie News channels.
    Andrew Bolt is about the only person game enough to give such a person Air time, but even then is shut down by the mainstream by denial of service due to fear of reprisals.

    You say Aussies wont stand for it. IT is already happening M8, most people are too dumbed down already to give more than two shits and are more interested in the outcome of the next round of visual pap fed to them on the telly each night, crap like Googlebox.... People watching people watching T.V ? Really ? this is a thing ?

    It's gone full retard already, so excuse me if I observe from a distance, prepare accordingly by stacking brass, copper and lead and tend my garden while the rest of the planet go's to shit while I watch.
     
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    See this is the thing, I have never heard of any of these movements so I can not comment on them. I didn't even know what a Fabian was until 2 years ago when I had to highlight the word right click and left click google search. Sorry to say but I've never ever had to meet any of those peoples and surely if they are around they still have a right to their views. They do not have any effect on my life whatsoever, just like the many other "nut job" groups out there.
     
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  19. It's not us that need to "see" Ling, it's you that needs to open your eyes.
    You asked the questions and you have the answers, whether you like them or not.

    The more things change, the more they remain the same,
    This myopia of the masses is not uncommon and has always been exploited.
    In ancient Rome it was bread and circuses while their mighty empire was going tits up and the known world was consequently plunged into the dark ages.
    There are constant cycles of this throughout history and we are in one now. About every 1500 years.
    Take a look at history and the near future becomes very clear and obvious, or you could just wash the blue pill down with a six pack of Carlton.

    Another childhood memory, clear to me, is how the coppers in Britain, where I also lived for a while, never carried guns like they did in Louisianna.
    Now it's normal to see them sporting sub machine guns across their chests.
    Gradual, creeping change, the way of the Fabian, but no one actually notices until it's too late.

    You think every one has a right to their views? It's never quite that simple.
    What about sedition? Plotting acts of murder, terror, treason?
    I think it's a fair bet you don't have children Ling so you would not share my grave concern about what these dangerous suicide cult freaks are teaching our kids at school.
    Unfettered freedom of speech must not extend to those who are in a position of influencing the young minds of our children.
    This is where the most dangerous societal erosion starts, in fact.

    There is a point at which rights and freedoms must end, a line must be drawn for the good of the majority.
    An enemy in the camp can be tolerated only so long.
     
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    I have nothing further to add to this conversation. I don't see anything like what you see and I don't give a stuff about anything that happened 1500 years ago. This morning I woke up like any other morning, went outside, the sun was shining, the water was still, the boaties were putting their boats in the water for a day of cruising, some young teenagers were walking home pissed after a good night out, the club down the road is cleaning up the broken beer bottles, cockatoos squawking, some people having a game of footy in the park, everything is just the same as 10, 20, 30, 40 50 years ago, nothings changed. Life goes on, Australia is as good as its always been, hooo roooo I got to go out and enjoy the day, See yas.
     
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