The Honk pill (Clown World)

This is a discussion that should definitely be had, and is, of course, completely prohibited. What if the amount of fornication and lustfullness in society would be lower than it is today, if we tolerated brothels? Would that be a good thing?
Here in Germany prostitution is legal and I would say we are on the same trajectory like the US concerning all the sexual filth. Maybe if the access to pornography were not as easy as it is, but at the moment it is much easier to just open a tab on the browser. Instead of jumping to all the hoops to sleep with a prostitute, while also avoiding the social stigma.
 
None of the VS models belong there, because we are seeing a celebration of ugliness. A Satanic Inversion.
Tranny Watch (formerly daily stormer) has an excellent article on this


Basically, pornography was allowed into public spaces (the old VS, which was essentially pornographic), due to the complete banning of prostitution. It's very wrongthink to even consider this, but prostitution did exist in all societies throughout history, and was even tolerated by, and (this was new to me) accepted by Thomas Aquinas and Saint Augustine.

Their argument basically boils down to: We are imperfect and lustful humans, and that officials tolerate a certain amount of evil, as humans *cannot* be perfect, and so legalized brothels were allowed in Christian countries and even in Rome itself, and that if it were not tolerated, then we would see filth and smut overflow society, which we indeed have today.




This is a discussion that should definitely be had, and is, of course, completely prohibited. What if the amount of fornication and lustfullness in society would be lower than it is today, if we tolerated brothels? Would that be a good thing?

Anglin then goes on about how women actually prefer a non-sexualized society, or at least are happier in one (you can see this in Saudi Arabia, where most women like wearing the hijab, outside of a few independent feminists who want to rebel against the social order).

Since women do not like the porno society they have in large part created, they rebel against it by making themselves totally nonsexual (ugly). And so we have the ugliness as beauty, the Satanic inversion, all throughout society, even in the formerly pornographic Victorias Secret.

It's a fantastic article and I strongly recommend it.

What we can do is increase the barrier for entry and reduce ease of access to fornication. We must endeavor as much as possible to ensure that eros is confined to wedlock and lust to be treated akin to a addiction since even within wedlock it in certain cases result in problems resulting in injury and/or disease.

The problem with lust is that the more it is fed the more worse it gets which even brothels contribute to. Hence in the Word of God:
Leviticus 19:28
29Do not prostitute thy daughter, to cause her to be a whore; lest the land fall to whoredom, and the land become full of wickedness.

If even a little whoredom is wickedness. Then its best to reduce it as much as possible and push it into wedlock. A little leaven leavens the entire dough(Galatians 5:9). And:

1 Corinthians 5:1-6
1It is actually reported that there is sexual immorality among you, and of a kind that is intolerable even among pagans: A man has his father’s wife. 2And you are proud! Shouldn’t you rather have been stricken with grief and have removed from your fellowship the man who did this?

3Although I am absent from you in body, I am present with you in spirit, and I have already pronounced judgment on the one who did this, just as if I were present. 4When you are assembled in the name of our Lord Jesus and I am with you in spirit, along with the power of the Lord Jesus, 5hand this man over to Satan for the destruction of the flesh, so that his spirit may be saved on the Day of the Lord.

6Your boasting is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven works through the whole batch of dough? 7Get rid of the old leaven, that you may be a new unleavened batch, as you really are. For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed.


The more the sexual fire is confined to the fireplace of wedlock the better. Healthy and hearty but not a raging inferno consuming everything.
 

Seeker79

Kingfisher
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All of them macbooks also. Brainwashed by corporate messaging.
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
The problem with lust is that the more it is fed the more worse it gets which even brothels contribute to. Hence in the Word of God:


If even a little whoredom is wickedness. Then its best to reduce it as much as possible and push it into wedlock. A little leaven leavens the entire dough(Galatians 5:9). And:

1 Corinthians 5:1-6
I don't think there's any question that fornication is evil and to be avoided. What is in question is the first statement above, that brothels actually increase the net amount of lust. It's similar to the drug legalization question. Would more or less drugs be consumed if drugs were legal? I know so many friends who use recreational drugs daily, and I can't imagine the law is stopping very many people at all from partaking. Particularly when some drugs are far less harmful than alcohol, which is legalized but more importantly, socialized to be cool and fun. On the other hand, there are surely some who are primarily using the drugs because of their prohibited status; hence there is a strong argument that legalizing drugs could actually reduce their consumption. That is what we are discussing here.

The fact that Aquinas and Augustine made statements of their toleration of brothels is very thought provoking. Can you imagine any holy man making a statement in support of pornography??
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member


"Out Of Order!" Colorado Mayor Bans Pledge Of Allegiance, Then Snaps At Meeting Attendees Who Recite It Anyway​

The Mayor of Silverton, Colorado snapped at attendees of a trustee meeting recited the Pledge of Allegiance in defiance of his announcement last week that it would no longer be allowed at the start of meetings due to "direct and indirect threats, inappropriate comments in and out of public meetings, and the general divisiveness this is creating in our community."

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"Mayor" Shane Fuhrman of Silverton, Colorado

"We already discussed this as a board, and any other unilateral decisions we need to know about?" asked Silverton Trustee Molly Barela, to which Fuhrman replied: "If you’d like to find somewhere in the code, something that doesn’t permit me to do this, then I welcome that discussion at our next meetings."

"Out of order!" exclaimed Mayor Shane Fuhrman (who just took his website offline) after one of the trustees challenged his "unilateral" decision, according to a video posted by CBS Denver (which cuts out before the actual Pledge of Allegiance, for reasons we can only imagine).

Fox31 reached out to Barela regarding the incident, who responded with the following statement:

“Back in April 2020 when the newest board members were seated the mayor brought it up that he didn’t want to do the Pledge of Allegiance anymore because it’s not really a thing, it was a 4/3 vote that we continue to do it. By going back to in person meetings it changes the dynamic compared to what was happening on zoom. While on zoom the three individuals who chose not to say the Pledge of Allegiance would just turn off their cameras now that we’ve gone back to in person meetings members of the general population especially those who are veterans have been questioning why would you run for office and take an oath to uphold the laws of the United States of America the state of Colorado and the town of Silverton if you won’t stand for the pledge. Members of the public have told them that they should be ashamed of themselves. I personally didn’t like his unilateral decision, when we as a collective group had already decided over a year ago to continue to do the pledge, I don’t know if it was premeditated to have it done on Flag Day, which we all know that was declared June 14, 1777 by the second continental Congress, now mayor Shane Fuhrman has made this first amendment right issue. To tell members of the public they are not allowed to say the Pledge of Allegiance during public comment and threaten to have them removed that it was a one strike in you’re out policy violates every single one of their first amendment rights.”

 

ginsu

Kingfisher
Get ready for more clown world, folks! If any of you thought that the plandemic was ever going to end, then feast your eyes on this; The SPARS Pandemic! Just to give you guys a glimpse of what's coming down the road after COVID-19 and COVID-21 :)

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In hindsight its understandable that we have arrived here with all these '' scenarios '' training weaklings in all the institutions to be primed to enact plans and measures on the right go signals. Most of them are probably not even aware of what is really going on, trained dogs. The thrill of being part '' really important emergency plans '' is highly addictive for people who have nothing in their lives to derive value or importance from. They are desperate for a mission, which is why climate change is also so easy to sell. You don't have to buy people or force them to enact your plans the opportunity to be in the spotlight and feeling important will naturally lead to fanatics, from the highest to the lowest ranks they also need these plans to be enacted because they derive ego or monetary benefits from it aswell.

and its never going to stop unless this cycle of '' think tank '' training institutional workers is broken
 
I don't think there's any question that fornication is evil and to be avoided. What is in question is the first statement above, that brothels actually increase the net amount of lust. It's similar to the drug legalization question. Would more or less drugs be consumed if drugs were legal? I know so many friends who use recreational drugs daily, and I can't imagine the law is stopping very many people at all from partaking. Particularly when some drugs are far less harmful than alcohol, which is legalized but more importantly, socialized to be cool and fun. On the other hand, there are surely some who are primarily using the drugs because of their prohibited status; hence there is a strong argument that legalizing drugs could actually reduce their consumption. That is what we are discussing here.

The fact that Aquinas and Augustine made statements of their toleration of brothels is very thought provoking. Can you imagine any holy man making a statement in support of pornography??
I do think that the arguments in favor of brothels is basically an equivalent to making a statement in favor of regulated pornography in a sense. Professional porn is prostitution in front of a camera.

It is still corrupting. But it goes to show Law alone doesn't completely solve the problem as you state.

And therefore I think there are similar ways that can be applied to those who fornicate as to those we treat pornography and masturbation addicts. In terms of shaming and so on:

And I believe Augustine still had problems with his conception of eros(sexual passion) which belongs in wedlock but because of manichean influence considered such a thing within marriage as lust rather than acknowledge the existence of healthy Eros that makes prostitution unnecessary.
 

Cr33pin

Peacock
Gold Member
Wait til the end for the movie's title.

Edit.

Looks like the tweet got deleted. This is the video that was tweeted. (Movie's title is spoiled.)

I'm surprised no one is taking about this..... its truly something. Is there a race war thread or something similar it can be posted in?
 

Gremlin

Robin
Wait til the end for the movie's title.

Edit.

Looks like the tweet got deleted. This is the video that was tweeted. (Movie's title is spoiled.)

This is identity porno for blacks. All minority groups have their own versions. It boils down to the narcissistic tendencies of people obsessed with identity politics who get off on being "victims" even in someone else's world that constantly caters to them in every way. Blacks and Jews are the worst offenders for this holier than thou smut porn.

The term Karen isn't reserved solely for white women as anyone can be a karen, and minority women make for some of the worst.
 

Rush87

Hummingbird
This is identity porno for blacks. All minority groups have their own versions. It boils down to the narcissistic tendencies of people obsessed with identity politics who get off on being "victims" even in someone else's world that constantly caters to them in every way. Blacks and Jews are the worst offenders for this holier than thou smut porn.

The term Karen isn't reserved solely for white women as anyone can be a karen, and minority women make for some of the worst.
I would say it has been weaponized against white women. White women have thrown their male counterparts under the bus, but I would say they’re not far off asking for their help. Especially once they realize taking a critical race theory course or wearing a BLM T-shirt doesn’t buy them ‘ally’ status anymore.
 

Belgrano

Ostrich
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I do think that the arguments in favor of brothels is basically an equivalent to making a statement in favor of regulated pornography in a sense. Professional porn is prostitution in front of a camera.

It is still corrupting. But it goes to show Law alone doesn't completely solve the problem as you state.
The fact that Aquinas and Augustine made statements of their toleration of brothels is very thought provoking. Can you imagine any holy man making a statement in support of pornography??

Let me put it like this, if you were a benevolent philosopher king running society and you had to choose between allowing prostitution or allowing pornography, you always pick prostitution.

Prostitution doesn't scale, it's cost-prohibitive for the majority of men and it's naturally kept in check by social shaming and societal stigma/taboo. It has also been around since the beginning of time and civilization itself, in every place, and evidently didn't prevent the rise of successful, healthy societies following the natural order. We can see this simply by opening a history book.

Pornography on the other hand is a completely different ball game and far more destructive. Due to modern technology it's easily reproducible, ubiquitous, easy to access and basically free. Worst of all, consumption is completely anonymous and there's no natural checks and balances placed upon it. We also have no historical examples regarding the extent of its harmful effects on society, as the sheer scale of it all is unprecedented.

It's a twisted, perverse experiment and we are the unsuspecting lab rats that will serve as a cautionary example for future generations.
 
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