November 24, 2012
"Liberalism, by the inner dynamic of its logic, was forced to become an instrument of social control in order to avoid the chaos which it created by its own erosion of tradition and morals. Democratic man could not be left to his own devices; chaos would result. The logic was clear. If there is no God, there can be no religion; if there is no religion, there can be no morals; if there are no morals, there can be no self-control; if there is no self-control, there can be no social order; if there is no social order, there can be nothing but the chaos of competing desire. But we cannot have chaos, so therefore we must institute behavioral control in place of the traditional structures of the past — tradition, religion, etc. Abolishing tradition, religion and morals and establishing ”scientific” social control are one and the same project."

— E. Michael Jones, Libido Dominandi — Sexual Liberation and Political Control

8:00am
  
Filed under: Quotes 
  1. ifainwouldhear reblogged this from zerogate
  2. politicallyaware reblogged this from semper-spes-est
  3. semper-spes-est reblogged this from zerogate
  4. hierarchical-aestheticism reblogged this from vulturehooligan
  5. absurdlakefront reblogged this from potbot
  6. potbot reblogged this from zerogate
  7. zerogate posted this