NSA, Sexual Politics, and Intellectual Whores
“Sexual potency and physical vigor and beauty must become the permanent ideals of the revolutionary freedom movement.”—Wilhelm Reich
Facts are still piling up against the Israeli-run NSA. TheWashington Post finally came out and admitted a few days ago that the NSA is not just monitoring the major countries around the world, but is “tracking cell phone locations worldwide.”
The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and other news outlets reported the same thing. The Los Angeles Times said: “Well, whaddaya know: ‘NSA [is] tracking cell phone locations worldwide…”
The agency actually tracks the location of almost 5 billion cell phones every single day overseas. The New York Times went so far as to say that nearly all the major online communications companies are under the supervision of the NSA. Forbes has declared that the NSA literally damaged over 50,000 computer networks with malware already.
How long has this program been monitoring Americans? Since the Bush aministration. In fact, the New York Times was going to break that story back in 2005, but the administration told them not to publish anything relating to the NSA.
But what if you live in the jungle? It doesn’t matter. As long as you have a cell phone, the NSA still can track you down. What if you live in places like Australia, Canada, or even in a small country with more sheep than people such as New Zealand? Still, the NSA has enough spy agencies and technological advantage in those countries to know your whereabouts.
“Analysts can find cell-phones anywhere in the world, retrace their movements and expose hidden relationships among the people using them.”
The agency also has the ability to know whether Muslim radicals are having sex or watching pornography. In fact, preying on human weaknesses has been a central goal of the Israeli Mossad. Sex, in that context, inexorably plays a major role.
But this was not the first time the political process used sex as a weapon. And to do justice to the issue here, we must go back to the French Revolution (which was essentially Masonic in ideology). Then we will see how sexual politics and revolutionary or covert activity go hand and hand.
Leading Enlightenment figures such as Diderot provided “philosophical” justifications for sexual liberation in eighteenth-century France, and those justifications largely became theweltanschauung of that entire culture.
When sexual liberation is supreme, genuine love between man and woman is out of the equation, and sexual lust, unbridled passion, and uncontrolled promiscuity take over.
As an alternative to Western monogamy—and for Diderot monogamy was clearly imbedded in Christianity—Diderot presented Tahiti’s sexual mores, where permanent fidelity was a relic of the past.
“Tahitian marriage consists only of ‘a mutual consent to live in the same hut and to share the same bed, for as long as we find it good to do so.’ Thus, as soon as spouses grow bored of each other, they simply separate amicably, pursuing new sexual liaisons…With no expectations to fidelity, Tahitians happily pursue numerous sexual relationships.”
Tahitians “welcome not only fornication and adultery but also incest.” For Diderot, Tahiti was a utopian sexual paradise. But according to Scholar Sharon A. Stanley, Tahiti
“utterly fails to live up to these expectations. We find shame, guilt, envy, secrecy, and deceit on Tahiti, just as in Europe. We find lawbreakers and miserable Tahitians who struggle to suppress their sexual desires. We also find…undesirable things…disease, war, hunger, and slavery.”
Diderot could not solve the sexual calculus without appealing to sexual liberation, which includes things like incest. Marquis de Sade understood people like Diderot very well and read their works avidly. Sade took off where Diderot left off. But Sade’s sexual ideology lay dormant for centuries until other philosophers began to articulate similar principles.
At the end of the nineteenth century, Friedrich Nietzsche captured that Enlightenment principle and spiced things up a little by calling on a transvaluation of all values—be they sexual, political, or intellectual—at all cost. Nietzsche was not simply positing those sexual claims. He got syphilis because of his own sexual liberation.
Nietzsche, like Diderot before him, thought that Christianity largely holds the West together and if sexual liberation is to take place, then Christian morals with respect to sexuality has to go. As he put it, “the fight against Christianity is merely a special case.” Nietzsche elaborated further:
D. H. Lawrence
“This eternal accusation against Christianity I shall write upon all walls, wherever walls are to be found…I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great intrinsic depravity, the one great instinct of revenge, for which no means are venomous enough, or secret, subterranean and small enough—I call [it] the one immoral blemish upon the human race…
“And mankind reckons time from the [evil day] when this fatality befell—from the first day of Christianity!—Why not rather from its last?—From today?—The transvaluation of all values.”
Nietzsche, an original astute philologist and metaphysician who was well versed in pagan Greek cults and who later had a strong and abiding influence in writers such as D. H. Lawrence, wrote in The Birth of Tragedy:
“Almost everywhere an excess of sexual indiscipline, which flooded in waves over all family life and its vulnerable statutes, lay at the heart of such [Dionysian] festivals. Here the very wildest of nature’s beats were unleashed, up to an including that repulsive mixture of sensuality and cruelty which has always struck me as the true ‘witches’ brew’.”
Here Nietzsche aspired that Western culture would return to the Dionysian cult with all its sexual burst unbridled passion. Lawrence was right in line with Nietzsche when he said, “We are tempted, like Nietzsche, to return to the old pagan Infinite.”
Years after Nietzsche, Jewish cultist Antorn Lavey made it quite clear:
“Free love, in the Satanic concept, means exactly that—freedom…to indulge your sexual desires with as many others as you feel is necessary to satisfy your particular needs.
“Therefore, the most simplified description of the Satanic belief is: Indulgence instead of abstinence.”
In short, sexual liberation and Enlightenment doctrines were two sides of the same coin. Scholar Caroline Weber, who reviews Michel Delon’s new book The Libertine: The Art of Love in Eighteenth-Century France, puts it this way:
“According to the playwright Pierre de Marivaux, ‘one still said to a woman: ‘I love you,’ but this was a polite way of saying: ‘I desire you…’ [This] infused every genre from fiction to poetry, theater to philosophy, memoir to popular song (all well represented in short, artfully selected excerpts). It also preoccupied Frenchmen and women from every walk of life…”
Libertine culture simply means “the sexually free behavior and norms of upper-class men, and in particular, of the French aristocracy during the decline of the ancien regime, as well as the writing which celebrates it—namely the erotic novels of Crebillon fils, Duclos, Diderot, Prevost and Laclos, and the obscene philosophical writing of de Sade and others.”
This libertinage, argue two scholars, became the “dissident freedoms of everyday life” in France. The same scholars agree that “sexual behavior, and writing about sexual behavior, came to have philosophical, political and cultural context. These contexts ranged beyond rarefied courtly cultures to the newer print communities that thrived upon the dissemination of politicized forms of sexual gossip, pornography, and scandal.”
What Weber didn’t mention was that leading Enlightenment writers such as Voltaire, Diderot and others, were Freemasons. Rousseau himself was certainly aware of Freemasons and Rosicrucians in one of his essays.
Keep also in mind that both Freemasonry and the Illuminati came into existence long before the French Revolution, and the Illuminati in particular operated under the banner or pretension of materialism and atheism, though it was essentially Jewish.
Like Marquis de Sade, Adam Weishaupt, who founded the Illuminati, was heavily influenced by Enlightenment writers such as d’Holbach, Helvitius, Jean-Baptiste Robinet, etc. Those writers had an enormous influence in other places such as Germany “in the pre-1789 period.”
Many scholars do not want to fully address the sexual component of the leading writers of Enlightenment for political reasons.
For example, Peter Cryle and Lisa O’Connell, while making important contribution to eighteen-century France, declare that “libertinism, as a form of sexuality associated with free-thinking, is constitutionally insubstantial. It is not what enlightened philosophers would have called a ‘clear and distinct idea.’ Theirs was the anti-dogma of inconsistency, understood as freedom from preconceived ideas and emotional attachment.”
Perhaps it is time for both scholars to reread Sade’s Philosophy in the Bedroom and 120 Days of Sodom again.
If Cryle and O’Connell misread the Enlightenment era—at least in this instance—Michel Foucault philosophically and practically did not. Foucault saw himself and others “as beings who are historically determined, to a certain extent, by the Enlightenment.”
But Foucault ended up proving that you simply cannot embrace sexual liberation without political and intellectual consequences. In 1983,
“after he had already collapsed and less than a year before his own death, [Foucault] could still be found in the baths and bars. He laughed and talked of ‘safe sex’ and reportedly said, ‘To die for the love of boys: What could be more beautiful?’”
Foucault, after many years of teaching and practicing sexual liberation, died of AIDS in 1984.
Yet no one would have believed that the sexual economy of the Enlightenment, which can easily be traced back to the disputatious thesis of Freemasonry and the Illuminati, would revive once again in our modern age in different languages and contexts, most particularly in the modern music industry.
It certainly was quite a surprise for some when the British newspaper the Daily Mail mentioned people like Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, Jay Z, among others, as part of the OTO, which is Crowleyan, which is Masonic, and which is essentially Jewish.
Moreover, no one would have believed that Wilhelm Reich’s sexual principles would make a great surge in the music industry. Reich postulated that
“Sexual potency and physical vigor and beauty must become the permanent ideals of the revolutionary freedom movement.”
Right was right. Robin Thicke, who simulated sex with Miley Cyrus on stage, sounded like Marquis de Sade and Wilhelm Reich and Anton Lavey and Aleister Crowley when he said:
“We tried to do everything that was taboo. Bestiality, drug injections, and everything that is completely derogatory towards women.”
The prodigious and erudite scholar Hugh B. Urban of Ohio State University would certainly equate that with sex magic. Thicke continued,
“People say, ‘Hey, do you think this is degrading to women?’ I’m like, ‘Of course it is. What a pleasure it is to degrade a woman. I’ve never gotten to do that before.”
Whether he likes it or not, Thicke was fulfilling one of Crowley’s sexual principles, which he articulated in The Book of the Law:
“Take your fill and will of love as ye will, when, where, and with whom ye will!
“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
“Thou hast no right but to do thy will. Do that, and no other shall say nay.”
Myley Cyrus, the seemingly innocent Hannah Montana girl who started her career at a very young age, has now turned into what Sade would have called a sexual machine pimping the system, pornifying young people and corrupting or destroying real intimacy.
“Pop music is intimately with the pornography industry as today’s pop stars embrace and exalt the joys of porn. Eminem, Kid Rock, Blink 182, Metallica, Everclear, and Bon Jovi have all featured porn performers in their music videos.
“Trying to keep up, Britney Spears, Lil’ Kim, and Christina Aguilera emulate porn star moves in their videos and live concerts. Pornography has not only seeped into televised music videos; musicians have crossed over into the adult film industry.”
Obviously Cyrus is responsible for her actions, but the forces behind her sexual imagery are none other than Jewish handlers: