Reasons to smoke, revisited


David Davis

Rather more than two years ago, I suggested on here, at this place, some reasons why you might choose to smoke.

Things have moved on, the GramscoFabiaNazis have moved forwards and we that defend liberty and sovereign individualism are retreating still. This is sad but we did predict it.

However,  Over at this blog (which has some excellent photos on it every day) is one of an embattled smoker, in London. The comment thread is interesting as it reveals the emotions of some “antis” towards other fellow human beings. WE here did warn you all, time and time again, about the ineffable evil-ness, and astonishingly detached inhumanity, of “anti-smokers”, which are droids that we have always said that we would conflate with sub-humans, for they do not register human emotions or responses to individual behaviour. Hitler, for example, was a vegetarian anti-smoker. I am sure that Pol Pot and Mao-tse-Tung did not smoke either.

Found commented, at Legiron’s place. Read him, GramscoFabiaNazis, to find out about the seething undercurrent of hatred towards you, that by your repression and by your surveillance-state, and by your control-philosophy, you are stoking – as a fire, for yourselves.

When you will have “won” in your eyes, and there is nothing, for anyone, amywhere, then we shall simply have to come for you, and kill you and eat you.

About these ads

One response to “Reasons to smoke, revisited

  1. “WE here did warn you all, time and time again, about the ineffable evil-ness, and astonishingly detached inhumanity, of “anti-smokers”, which are droids that we have always said that we would conflate with sub-humans, for they do not register human emotions or responses to individual behaviour. Hitler, for example, was a vegetarian anti-smoker.”

    Quite right. This also goes for antifa types in general, anti-racists, ecologists (the fanatical not Tom Goode type), and a host of other areas which I all boil down to simply calling “communist”. I do this because the central points about communism were egosim, materialism (the negation of the existence of God and all that flows from that), and an endless moralising but no actual moral centre (hence the negation of God). People forget all the moralising that went along Bolshevism. It is this hollow moralising about issues such as race, the planet, smoking, what have you that are in fact either morally neutral or the opposite, that is their defining feature. It’s bizarre, because getting through to these people is genuinely difficult: you are dealing not with simple “opinions” (Plato) but with a real religion: a gestalt within which their lives make sense and without which they would be lost.

    I would also add that some libertarians exhibit these traits too – particularly the randroids and those idiots who advocate open borders.