The Salami Principle: How People Accept the Unacceptable

July 25, 2008

Friday, July 25, 2008
The Salami Principle: How People Accept the Unacceptable

by Phaedrus
Imagine, if you will, an average American or European citizen from 1950, sent forwards through time to the present day. As the door of his time-capsule swings open and he steps tentatively outside to appraise this Brave New World in which we currently live, what do you imagine his reaction might be? Phaedrus ventures to propose that it would be nothing short of horrified disbelief. We might picture it for ourselves as going to sleep one night and waking up the next morning to find ourselves in some God-forsaken, dysfunctional menagerie populated by all manner of bizarre and terrifying entities which are carrying out the most unspeakably wicked acts towards one-another as the rational mind can conceive. Our time-traveler’s senses are overcome to the point of swooning by the thick, unmistakable, acrid stench of pure Evil. How could mankind have descended to this level? It defies all reason.

Yet as this voyager in time continues to look on aghast, he sees people broadly similar to himself in everything other than the clothes they wear, who seem to a great extent unaware of the maelstrom of madness going on all around them. They continue to go about their activities largely impervious to their environment. Occasionally our visitor is mortified to see one of the modern humans brutally slain by a deranged predator right before his eyes, yet even more revolted by the realization that whenever this happens, the other humans, though fleetingly fearful, quickly appear to resume their normal activities – rather TOO quickly, in fact. As the soundtrack backdrop to all this insanity, there is the constant “thump, thump, thump” of some kind of bass percussion instrument which is almost deafening. Modern man, however, appears not to notice it. To engage in the most basic conversation, he has to shout directly into the ear of his interlocutor, but seems to bear this burden without complaint.

Stunned by his nightmare vision of the future, the venturer gathers enough wits together to make a dash for his time-capsule. He fears for his life momentarily as he fumbles with the controls, but seconds later, with IMMENSE relief, he finds himself back in the familiar, ordered society of 1950. Had it all just been a bad dream? Surely no one could REALLY live in a future world like that. It was SO bad, SO dysfunctional that decent people – the majority – would NEVER permit such a sick society to arise. Yes, that must be it. It was just a terrible vision and nothing more. What on earth could have given him such a bad dream? Ah, it must have come about through his reading George Orwell’s Nineteen-Eighty-Four two years earlier. Yeah, that must be it. Powerful works of fiction have a way of perturbing our subconscious in ways that can surface quite a while later. Phew! What a relief!

Sadly, the test of time proves to us today, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that this nightmare vision of the future was no figment of the human imagination. Our hypothetical time-traveler from 1950 only made a fleeting visit to 2008, he only saw a tiny FRACTION of what now goes on on a daily basis, yet it was enough to convince him that the world had gone mad. To the mind of the average, decent citizen of 1950, the way we ‘live’ today is like something out of a badly-made horror movie. The citizens of 1950 would NEVER suffer a future to develop like the one that nevertheless, has. The society we see around us today would be totally UNACCEPTABLE to the average person of 58 years ago. The obvious question, then, given the foregoing reasonable assumptions, is HOW the HECK did we get into this state? How could it POSSIBLY HAPPEN?

The intervening years since reasonable sanity once prevailed, have been driven by a specific Agenda. It is an Agenda that no decent person could possibly sign up to. Nonetheless, the forces that conceived of it drove it through and they were able to do this by making use of something known as the ‘Salami Principle.’ Now a Salami is a long sausage; sometimes VERY long. In one piece it is pretty much indigestible, so the powers that be, that envisioned our post-war future for us, decided that the only way to make us swallow it would be to slice it up and feed it to us over very many years; a little piece at a time. Now this hypothetical salami isn’t a palatable sausage at all. Even small slices of it don’t taste very nice. But they’re manageable – just. If we’re spoon fed thin slices at odd intervals, preferably whilst our attention is distracted (like folks do when they’re feeding a baby sometimes) then it’s not such an ordeal. We can just about stomach a slice at a time, whereas the whole sausage in one sitting would be a complete no-no.

The makers of this poison salami have chosen the thickness of its slices well. Only a morsel of the sausage must we endure each time, stopping short JUST before we throw-up. In the year 2008, we are forcing down the final few slices of this complete, toxic sausage. Phaedrus is a great believer in metaphors, so presumably by now it will be clear what this salami consists of. Our time traveler saw it almost in its entirety. What was the first slice? Probably the creation of the United Nations. Seemed like a good idea at the time to peace-loving people everywhere, didn’t it? No more wars, they told us! And many, many, many similar slices have followed since; each subtly chipping away at our culture, heritage and freedom. They have become too numerous to itemize. But some you may be aware of include the following:-

The founding of the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, NAFTA (North American Union in waiting), GATT (now the WTO), the World Bank, the IMF, the European Union (started off as a small trading arrangement between a handful of independent countries over 50 years ago and now a federal empire of some 27, centrally-governed sub-states like Germany, the UK, Italy and France). In 1948, we saw the founding of Israel – the most ruinously expensive, murderous, parasite pseudo-state in all history. Also along the way have been constant attacks on our nationhood and sense of self: so-called ‘equality’ laws arising out of the civil rights movement which have festered out of all proportion to become a cudgel to subjugate European Americans with. The ‘permissive society’ in the 1960s. Sex, drugs and Rock n Roll. Punk Rock, Hip-Hop, Gangsta Rap. The promotion of homosexuality and transgenderism. The purposeful destruction of the family unit. The robbery of taxpayers; funneling our hard-earned cash into the pockets of Negroes in Africa and Jews in Israel on the pretext of ‘aid’ or ‘security concerns.’ One could go on and on and on…

If all this had been foisted on us in one hit, the people of America and Europe would NEVER have stood for it. There would have been Bloody Revolution throughout the western world. The powers that be (mainly Jews) therefore fed it to us little by little; JUST enough at a time for the bulk of us not to be SO angry that we’d actually DO anything about it each time we were fed another slice. We collectively screwed up our faces, closed our eyes and swallowed. Then we morosely got back on with struggling to pay the bills and keep a roof over our heads. It’s been a long-term, on-going, insidious process carefully calculated to be JUST within the limits of our tolerance at each step. Last week saw warrant-less wire-tapping and e-mail snooping voted in by Congress. We grumble, make our excuses and get on with what remains of our lives. Next up? Micro-chipping for the masses. They’ll bring it in, once again, little by little. First, they’ll start with our kids. “It’ll protect them,” they’ll say, “Why should your kids be denied the kind of protection that we routinely give to dogs? Don’t they deserve better protection than mere animals already enjoy?” Later on it’ll be extended to criminals on parole, then anyone with a record – and finally, every last one of us. Same goes for the planned DNA database.

Anyone with half a brain can see where all this is leading and HAS BEEN leading now for many decades. Our REAL enemies aren’t so-called “terrorists” in far-flung lands; they’re the Jews in Washington DC, their gentile, sell-out cronies, and their counterparts in Europe. The situation as it stands today is UNACCEPTABLE. It is as UNACCEPTABLE today as it would have been to the good citizens of 1950. The fact that that the UNACCEPTABLE has accrued over a long period instead of in one, ugly great dollop counts for nothing. It is no less UNACCEPTABLE for that. Not one iota We have now reached where we were headed all along and thanks to the Internet (alone, largely) increasing numbers of ordinary Joes are waking up to the fact. That is the one, bright shining ray of hope on the horizon for us. The poisoners and traitors that have delivered us into the nightmare of early 21st century life will shortly be exposed before the entire world and dealt with in the appropriate manner. I truly believe that. I can SEE it, in fact, in our very near future. And it ain’t going to be a pretty sight. A lot of good men will die in wiping out this Evil. That is the price we must pay for not minding Jefferson’s vital warning: “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”


3 Responses to “The Salami Principle: How People Accept the Unacceptable”

  1. Patriot Dames on July 25th, 2008 10:25 pm

    Excellent article. That is exactly how I felt when my sister and I posted our videos on YouTube the fall of 2006. We believed all Americans were still under the same belief that America is a Republic and should not be ruled by Jews, Marxist, Communist or Socialist. After all, that is what all the Americans around us were saying.

    But once the Jews said in the media that we were “anti-Semitic,” all hell broke loose and those brave souls who professed their allegiance to this nation went into hiding, only to speak out again in the grocery line, post office or in elevators.

    But take heart. More and more Americans are seeing they have the right to speak out against what they know to be wrong. I’ve always said, “Don’t piss off an American.”

  2. Bob in DC on July 25th, 2008 11:00 pm

    Too many fuckin’ words,

    Tell us what you really think –

    … and be succinct !!!

  3. mondo on July 27th, 2008 5:18 am

    Now that is exactly our problem isn’t it? Too many people refuse to read more than 2 or 3 paragraphgs anymore. That is exactly why we are a population living in a largely apathetic bubble. People need to turn the x bOX AND tv off!