Lived Experience explained

This is a timely lesson in Marxist rhetorical weapons. As it happens, there is a dialectic attack on the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa taking place now by a group of Trudeau Foundation flunkies and far left wing activists calling itself “The People’s Commission on the Occupation” or something very much like that. They are in no small part using this exact device to try and crush the actual experience of tens of thousands of people at the Convoy, including the witnesses at their own hearings, in favour of people who hate and fear the convoy, even who did not experience it first hand.

So take note of this. It may come in handy when the materials on the mock trials are posted.

I should add that I believe the person who made the video above, as well as the excellent video on dialectics which we posted here several days ago, are done by one of the Three Professors who demonstrated how staggeringly broken the “peer review” process is, by submitting and having approved a series of ludicrous papers made up of whole cloth with no basis in reality at all.

One paper, the only one I vaguely remember, had something to do with rape culture in dogs parks. By dogs.



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5 Replies to “Lived Experience explained”

  1. The rape culture in dog parks reminds me of this:

    by Bruce Weber, on Buck Henry – January 11, 2020

    Excerpt: Buck Henry…
    in 1959, he joined forces with a friend, Alan Abel, who had created a hoax organization, the Society for Indecency to Naked Animals, which was dedicated to putting pants—or at least undershorts—on dogs, horses and cows as a response to society’s evident moral decline.

    Mr. Henry became the public face of SINA, as the organization was known, playing the role of its president, G. Clifford Prout, giving interviews to newspapers and magazines and appearing on television, where he would argue that zoos should be closed down until the animals could be properly attired.

    The hoax wasn’t entirely unmasked until 1965, but until then many people—millions, perhaps—had been hoodwinked. Among them was Walter Cronkite, who featured a segment on SINA in August 1962 on the “CBS Evening News.” He never forgave Mr. Henry after learning that it had been a joke. . . .

    As Nature Intended?
    Mr G. Clifford Prout, President of SINA – March 11, 1963

    • 2006:
      Iraq Still Manages to Shock

      This is how staggeringly pointless the killing in Iraq is getting: shepherds in the rural western Baghdad neighborhood of Gazalea have recently been murdered, according to locals, for failing to diaper their goats. Apparently the sexual tension is so high in regions where Sheikhs take a draconian view of Shariah law, that they feel the sight of naked goats poses an unacceptable temptation. They blame the goats.

      I’ve spent nearly a year here, on more than a dozen visits since the early days of the war, and that seemed about as preposterous as Iraq could get until I heard about the grocery store in east Baghdad. The grocer and three others were shot to death and the store was firebombed because he suggestively arranged his vegetables.

      I didn’t believe it at first. Firebombings of liquor stores are common, and I figured there must’ve been one next door. But an Iraqi colleague explained matter-of-factly that Shiite clerics had recently distributed a flyer directing groceries how to display their food.

      Standing up a celery stalk near a couple of tomatoes in a way that might – to the profoundly repressed – suggest an aroused male, is now a capital offense.…

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