Paul's Passing Thoughts


Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on October 6, 2020

In 2012 at our first TANC conference, John Immel had a three-part thesis for his presentations. First, all of reality is interpreted through presuppositions about mankind. Second, those presuppositions determine ideology. Third, that ideology drives all actions.

The presupposition about mankind that drives the ideology of the Democrat Party follows: mankind is unable to self-rule; individuals are totally unable to do good. Those who believe this about mankind and look to the elitists for guidance see themselves as humble and morally superior. Hence, they will allow their lives to be destroyed by tyranny posing as moral orthodoxy.

Consequently, their political actions follow: man must be compelled by force to do good and contribute to the collective. Furthermore, this is why they continue to resort to the same failed strategies over and over again: because they refuse to change their foundational presuppositions that drive their actions. Therefore, the actions must eventually work if tried enough times.

This is why they are using the same strategy that failed so miserably in 1972. They believe the strategy was not applied in a strong enough dose. The medicine didn’t work because the dose was wrong. Their prescription will never change, just a demand for a stronger dose until the ideology is proven correct.

It didn’t work in 2016 when, if you take a look at some of the news footage and videos, Hillary Clinton was drawing some decent crowds and was a respectable candidate by Democrat standards.

If Donald Trump remains healthy, 2020 is a looming disaster for the Democrats. And, the aforementioned is why 1972 didn’t teach them anything, nor will 2020 because tyrants will NEVER change their presuppositions about humanity.

And beside that, if they did, it would force them to overcome their incessant lust for power.

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  1. Rhonda S Montgomery said, on October 14, 2020 at 10:54 AM

    Democrats is misspelled in your title…


    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on October 15, 2020 at 4:55 AM

      Thanks for pointing that out.


  2. lydia00 said, on October 21, 2020 at 1:57 PM

    It’s funny how people choose to interpret the word Force. They don’t understand that it encompasses everything from censoring to shunning to shaming. It’s not always at the butt of a gun. It could be financial ruin or cancel culture. All of those encompassed Force because it’s telling people they are not free to disagree with the collective.

    When Democrat party leaders like Robert Reich and others started talking about truth commissions that would be needed to dispel the lies told during the Trump administration and that leaders who supported Trump would be expected to denounce their lies, it was like reading the history of China’s cultural revolution all over again.

    If there is one thing I have learned it is to believe people when they say such things. Just like I learned to trust pastors when they told me they were the worst sinners.

    These totalitarians are quite serious.


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