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Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control

Vitably to anarchy Aldous Huxley wrote in his preface to the edition of Brave New World that as political and economic freedom diminishes sexual freedom tends compensatingly to increase This book is about the converse of that statement It explains how the rhetoric of sexual freedom was used to engineer a system of covert political and social control Over the course of the two hundred year span covered by this book the development of technologies of communication reproduction and psychic control including psychotherapy behaviorism advertising sensitivity training pornography and plain old blackmail allowed the Enlightenment and its heirs to turn Augustine's insight on its head and create masters out of men's vices Libido Dominandi is the story of how that happene. I ve long held a suspicion that yoga pants were a form of brainwashing used to keep men in thrall to the established order and after reading Libido Dominandi by E Michael Jones I feel my conspiratorial views are vindicated Here we learn all about the various sexual revolutions put forth by influential men and their useful idiots predominately horny BoBo hipsters from the Enlightenment onward Jones theory is that free love is merely another form of bondage albeit one that keeps the population happily oppressed and unable to feel their chains Jones mentions St Augustine who in City of God opines that a man has as many masters as he has vices Those liberated people sate their desires identify with them and ultimately with those masters who provide them Interestingly the Enlightenment promoted the concept of liberty to the detriment of religion which weakened traditional morality which led to a vacuum which necessitated the enforcement of a Draconian form of control to the detriment of this concept of liberty Throughout the book virulent anti marriage and polyamorist blowhards crawl sheepishly out from under the wreckage of their experimental yearsThe book is uite sprawling and reads like a series of blog entries It is poorly structured bouncing between historical eras and making labyrinthine digressions In all honestly it s than I ever wanted to know about the subject but remains interesting throughoutBuddhist monks believe the urge to sexual release is powerful than that of self preservation Is it any wonder that this power could be harnessed for control The message throughout seems to be not a sermonizing distaste for anything spicier than missionary with a seuestering tarp seperating the conjoinants but rather a world where tradition was not seen as repressive when couples were encouraged to marry and have children and not have their brains gnawed at by the kuru of doubt and disatisfation The illogic of the unuestioned modern view towards sex becomes clear in Jones words that If morality is a form of repression then reason is repressive and if reason is repressive then man can become free only by becoming irrational but once he becomes irrational the only thing that drives him to act is his appetites his impulses and his passions The Syrian Rebellion statement It explains how the rhetoric of Lovers Destined system of covert political and Sweeter Than Wine span covered by this book the development of technologies of communication reproduction and psychic control including psychotherapy behaviorism advertising Lady Ariana sensitivity training pornography and plain old blackmail allowed the Enlightenment and its heirs to turn Augustine's insight on its head and create masters out of men's vices Libido Dominandi is the Milk And Honey story of how that happene. 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Political eBook #8608 tradition on its head when he wrote that the freest of people are they who are most friendly to murder Like St Augustine the Maruis de Sade would agree that freedom was a function of morals Unlike St Augustine Sade proposed a revolution in sexual morals to accompany the political revolution then taking place in France Libido Dominandi the term is taken from Book I of Augustine's City of God is the definitive history of that sexual revolution from to the presentUnlike the standard version of the sexual revolution Libido Dominandi shows how sexual liberation was from its inception a form of control Those who wished to liberate man from the moral order needed to impose social controls as soon as they succeeded because liberated libido led ine. This book has much to offer but with a careful eyeA man Augustine had written has as many masters as he has vices This is a tagline for Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control by E Michael Jones and he keeps returning to this theme throughout this massive work This book has something to offer but with a careful eye Jones tackles an enormous topic and comes out mostly sideways He s neither a good scholar nor a good writer Still the text is readable and enjoyable if not a bit like racing through a museum with a curator who s calling your attention to all the things plastered all over the walls and ceilings But it s what kept me reading to the end Jones is part historian part biographer He s wide ranging in his approach because he loops in any event or any person he believes to be connected to his current discussion He unearths minutia that doesn t seem to readily fit the context of his larger issue He can literally jump back and forth 200 hundred years within a sentence or two What I m saying is that reading the book can be a bit dizzying Sure each chapter is headed with a city and seuential date but that often doesn t matter For example Part II Chapter 7 is titled Balti 1916 and the chapter begins In the 1930 edition of his famous book Wut You just told me were in 1916 And by the end of each chapter you re sometimes years or even decades ahead of where you started It can be a bit confusing until you get used to itThen there s the name dropping or I should say lack of tight scholarship Jones uite often assumes you know who or what he s talking about when he mentions a new name or term or event I found myself many times re reading paragraphs above the text where I was in order to see where this name appeared before But that s just how he writes He ll often uote other writers writing about events or other people and simply write something like this Hitler according to Igra was a homosexual prostitute in Vienna p 198 Hitler was gay Wut Huh Imagine your shock if you ve never read anything about this in any other book And who is Igra Check the notes Nothing Check the bibliography Nothing Check the index One instance On page 198 Google his name Samuel Igra is the author of a book titled Germany s National Vice Okay So this happens a lot Jones drops names and events without any context He s not as bad of a writer as say Jared Diamond in Guns Germs and Steel though which I couldn t get through Other books and authors are mentioned in passing not fully explained and then left behind One of note is The Clam Pate Orgy google it I m old enough to remember when this book came out Another is the Moynihan Report of the 1960s Again if I had not known of both of these before reading Jones book I would have been left staring at the page wondering what and why they were in his book And some names you d think he d use are never mentioned or lightly passed over The Frankfurt School Jews and Hollywood Operation Mockingbird Hugh Hefner and Gloria Steinem being CIA assets among othersJones drops a variety of Latin phrases left and right too ad nauseam heh have your laptop or mobile handy as you read to provide translations Several times he provides a title of a movie or pamphlet or book in the original language for example French or German without an English translation Not helpful I had to search many terms and after a while simply gave up One was the German word Kulturbolschewismus Cultural Bolshevism Now if you don t know this term you will miss a lot of the deeper meaning of Jones text So be prepared to do a bit of your own digging as you re reading the bookIn many cases Jones assumes much from his reader too He doesn t go into much detail at all about the decadence and excesses of Germany s Weimar Republic And decadence and excess don t really do the period justice Look this stuff up for yourselfHe needed a good editor desperately Typographical and grammatical errors abound I can t recall Jones using any passages from the Bible to support his thesis which is a real shame because it would have illuminated one of the many axes he s grinding here which is some people enjoy the evil they do The light has come into the world and people who do evil things are judged guilty because they love the dark than the light John 319 It s even of a shame when he gets so entangled in his Catholicism that he s blinded to the basic tenets of Christianity His misreading of the concept of the priesthood of all believers is particularly troubling p 499 I was also disappointed in what Jones didn t discuss real pornography and its affect on the human mind He literally skips over the 1950s founding of Playboy and the 1960s too and dabbles in it when he gets to the Meese Commission on PornographyBut there is good stuff Much of itYou ll read about such disparate men and events as Augustine Plato the Maruis de Sade the French Revolution the Illuminati Nietzsche Freud Jews Christianity the Bolshevik Revolution communism the Armory Show Margaret Sanger and the early eugenicists Kulaks Bernays father of modern advertising Madison Avenue race relations white flight contraception Planned Parenthood Thomas Merton Jack Kerouac Kinsey his open marriage his bisexuality his self harm issues an attempt to circumcise himself and his urethral sounding fetish liberation is fine but yikes Norman Mailer and his essay The White Negro Skull and Bones Aleister Crowley encounter groups MK Ultra the list is nearly endless and Jones wends and winds and ties them all together Sometimes not so neatly But it s always interesting and he drops gems throughout Such asLiberalism 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 is clear If there is no God there can be no religion if there was 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 p 187It feminism entailed the systematic re engineering of the morals of women as a way of moving them out of the home and into the workforce thereby lowering wages and weakening the power of organized labor and the working class family p 255The state can tolerate only those s compatible with its system of values The classical state must foster virtue the revolutionary state must foster vice p 260 1Those who look at the Betty Page photos fifty years later wonder what the big deal was all about without realizing that the big deal lies in the very fact that the viewer can no longer feel the passion the photos were intended to incite Pornography is something based on transgression and the boundaries of 1950 have been so often and so thoroughly transgressed that no one can see that they were once boundaries p 367Written 20 years ago Jones seems prescient across the culture to what we see today child drag ueen shows 10 year old drag kid Desmond is Amazing on Good Morning America Drag ueen Story Hour at your local library children under 10 transitioning genders and having gender reassignment surgery suburban moms skyrocketing 50 Shades of Gray to national bestseller lists off the charts STD rates Sugar BabySugar Daddy websites NEXIUM sex cult Epstein Island horror show dentist chair baby toys google actively censors this so use duck duck go young women being promiscuous than men General Social Survey children s creepy clothing lines Caroline Bosmans the UK trying to ban porn for under 18s cannibalism in our TV shows and movies and on and onHow did we get here A wise man told us 2000 years ago A little leaven leavens the whole bunchI liked it35 Goodreads45 PS If Libido Dominandi is your type of book other readings and viewings you might enjoy and which will help your reading and understanding of it include Staring into Chaos nonfiction history The Kulaks Must be Liuidated as a Class article National Review Bob Fosse s Cabaret article The Unz Review and Century of the Self documentary

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Thus a good Sexual Liberation ePUB #180 man though a slave is free but a wicked man though a king is a slave For he serves not one man alone but what is worse as many masters as he has vices St Augustine City of Libido Dominandi eBook #8608 God Writing at the time of the collapse of the Roman Empire St Augustine both revolutionized and brought to a close antiuity's idea of freedom A man was not a slave by nature or by law as Aristotle claimed His freedom was Dominandi Sexual Liberation PDF #204 a function of his moral state A man had as many masters as he had vices This insight would provide the basis for the most sophisticated form of social control known to manFourteen hundred years later a decadent French aristocrat turned that Dominandi Sexual Liberation and. This without any doubt is one of the most important and insightful books I have EVER read Please note that what follows is a very unorthodox politically incorrect to the extreme and personal reflection Read at your own risk You are free to disagree but do not try to correct any misconceptions you might possibly detect and respect my right to hold a different opinionIf you want to understand the key method of control that has been used against the populations of the West since the Enlightenment you need to read this bookWe have today a horribly corrupted notion of freedom one that is endorsed to the greatest extent by our cultural guardians politicians and those who stand behind them pulling the strings They see freedom as the ability to attempt to gratify every urge slake every thirst and consummate every passion we humans are prey to That is held up as a community good indeed something worth fighting and dying forI used the word prey on purpose because that s what practitioners of this form of freedom ultimately are once you wipe away the righteous post Enlightenment rhetoric They re not driven to commit these acts because that s what freedom is they re compelled to do them because like any form of personal compulsion they re addicted to the short term happiness they derive from itThe main thesis of Libido Dominandi is that your passions are to those in power like the reins on a horse or a leash around a dog s neck It is the means by which you are controlled It is the leverage by which you are kept compliant You are to use the ancient terminology in thrall to your sins Enslaved They are your masters you answer their sweet call whenever you can and all the while you think you re in charge In short the male sexual drive was weaponised If you would be free men wrote St Augustine of Hippo be moral You only have as many masters as you have vicesOver nearly 700 brilliant pages Jones argues and shows evidence how meaningless sexualised lifestyle forms the slave collar around the necks especially around the necks of the youth Young people are by their very nature dangerous A toxic mix of hormones energy idealism and ambition they have been the greatest agents of societal change in human history The great wars in history were fought primarily by young men and the next generation of warriors were raised by their young wives Alexander the Great was 19 when he invaded the greatest empire in the world at that time He scorned the peace offers by an emperor twice his age and eventually beat him his generals and his massive armies into the mountains of the Hindu KushYoung people are terrifying to those in power In traditional societies it wasn t such a concern because the youth were anxious to become elders themselves and their elders weren t afraid of them Modern rulers are argues Jones They aren t your pater familias linked to you by bonds of kinship and ancient duty They re professional caretakers who get into power for a short time rack up huge debts by bribing voters and padding their donors nests as well as their own Then they retire to a huge pension which again young people will need to eventually pay for and hope that they are never ever held accountable They have an agenda That s where the controls and distractions come in The rulers of our countries know human nature very well and are adept at exploiting its weaknesses If you know what drives a man and you are in a position to make sure he gets it that man is in your power He is dependent upon youIf you live in the West it should strike you swiftly that sex and sexuality is everywhere Grindr posters on the bus stop walls A guy cruising tinder on his phone next to you Victoria secret shops Practically all advertising music film and television We are being uite literally bombarded by it all day every day We are uite literally being kept in a reduced version of the Matrix Startled by glitzy distractions and petty pleasures as your labour your strength and potential are sucked from you Then when the older generation has died we will be left with the tattered remnants of balkanised soulless societies trillions of dollars in debt and on the verge of civil war It didn t happen overnight To know all the hows and whys and what fors read Libido Dominandi I cannot recommend it highly enough Disclaimer I am not against sex in fact the very puritan or gnostic if you prefer approach to all things flesh is entirely alien to me My understanding of sexuality has been shaped by an incomparable Fabrice Hadjadj in La Profondeur des sexes Pour une mystiue de la chair and above all by Man and Woman He Created Them A Theology of the Body not for the faint hearted


About the Author: E. Michael Jones

Catholic writer former Sexual Liberation ePUB ´ professor at Saint Mary's College in Indiana and the current editor of Culture Wars magazineE Micheal Jones is controversial for his criticism against judaism.



10 thoughts on “Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control

  1. says:

    This without any doubt is one of the most important and insightful books I have EVER read Please note that what follows is a very unorthodox politically incorrect to the extreme and personal reflection Read at your own risk You are free to disagree but do not try to correct any misconceptions you might possibly detect and respect my right to hold a different opinionIf you want to understand the key method of control that has been used ag

  2. says:

    Libido Dominandi is the first draft of a great work As it is it is a failure suffering from shoddy writing poor research and a wandering and inconsistent thesis What should be an erudite and compelling polemic against the the sexual revolution—Western culture’s death knell—is an inconsistent and often unreadable me

  3. says:

    I feel compelled to point out that this book would have benefited from a firm editorial hand It can be rambling sometimes disorganized often repetitive and several of the twisting meandering yarns of thought that weave the chapters together could stand to be drawn straighter and tighterHaving said that this book's thesis that sexua

  4. says:

    sheeeeeeeesh California is making better sense since I started this one Sometimes his catholicism creeps in and taints his analyses slightly but it is still uite helpful and you could probably actually defend you

  5. says:

    This book in my case experienced as an audiobook read and slightly augmented by the venerable Alex Linder who has many audio books up in the Audio Books forum of vnnforum dot com is downright amazing It's like E Behind the Music except instead of being written by oos and their minions it is written about oos and their mi

  6. says:

    This book has much to offer but with a careful eyeA man Augustine had written has as many masters as he has vices This is a tagline for Libido Dominandi Sexual Liberation and Political Control by E Michael Jones and he keeps return

  7. says:

    I've long held a suspicion that yoga pants were a form of brainwashing used to keep men in thrall to the established order

  8. says:

    This is a very informative book After reading it I realize I was victimized long ago by a diabolical plot Sadly this diabolical plot is continuing to victimize people without their knowing it and with the victims believing they are being liber

  9. says:

    Jones never says in five hundred words what can be said in ten thousand which wouldn't be a problem if his thinking was a bit concise And it isn't that his paleo conservativeJesuit honed ideas are so off putting at least Buchanan and Gottfried are capable of cogent thought; it's that his long winded discursions many times lead to dead ends or go on so long that Jones seems to lose the thread He can be a deep thinker when he's focused but t

  10. says:

    In short Fantastic book poorly edited ranty writingI would give it five stars for the well researched content and information but unfortunately EMJ isn't the best of writers and needs an editor badly This book is 668 pages long and could've probably been done in 500It starts off with the founding of the Illuminati in the 18th century proceeds chronologically jumping from one event to the next and ends with the 1990s The chapter

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