Sexual Politics and Pop Culture (Part III)

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“Our core audience is the television babies who grew up on TV and rock & roll…The strongest appeal you can make…is emotionally. If you can get their emotions going, [make them] forget their logic, you’ve got ’em…At MTV, we don’t shoot for the 14-year-olds, we own them.”i–Bob Pittman, one of the founders of MTV

 

..by Jonas E. Alexis

 

bachhaeSexual ideology, as we have seen over and over, has always been one of the most sophisticated weapons in the psychological war.

If you want your enemy to do what you want or if you want to control a group of people and sometimes even a nation, all you have to do is 1) destroy the moral and political order and 2) prey on people’s sexual weakness and produce pornography in the name of freedom and democracy.

This is basically how the regime in America has thrived over the past fifty or more years. As Pittman put it, once people begin to forget their logic and moral sense, “you’ve got them.”

And the best way to brainwash an entire nation is to go after the young and defenseless.

We all know the dangers of pornography by now, and exhaustive studies have shown us that it is even dangerous to your brain.





“The study’s researchers questioned 64 healthy men aged 21 to 45 about their porn watching habits. They also examined how their brains reacted to pornographic images and took images of their brains in order to measure volume.

“The results also show that the brain region activated when people view sexual stimuli is less active in men who watch a lot of pornography. It also shows the part of the brain associated with processing rewards is smaller in men who view pornography more often.”[1]

Sexual ideology, Euripides teaches us in his play The Bacchae, is much more potent than a two-edged sword. A sword can destroy your physical life, but sexual perversion can destroy your moral soul and weaken your intellectual process.

To understand how this ideological weapon works, let us quickly go back to ancient Greek literature, most specifically to Euripides’ The Bacchae.

In the play, Euripides introduces us to Pentheus, who is the king of Thebes and who represents the anti-thesis of social disorder. Pentheus observes that Dionysus, the god of wine and sexual revelry, is the real cause of sexual licentiousness in Thebes.

All Dionysus has to do to create moral decay throughout the land is unleash sexual debauchery among the women in particular. The men would eventually be drawn to their sexual and uncontrolled passion, which means that they will drop their moral cognition and intuition, and which means that they will eventually be slaves to their new masters.

alan mooreAs E. Michael Jones interprets it, “he who controls the sexual mores of women controls the state…That is the first lesson of sexual politics.”[2] Jones adds that the cultural revolution “got the women of this country [America] to leave their looms and dance naked on the mountainside.”[3] As we shall see, this is not farfetched.

In short, once the mind has been subdued by a potent ideology, namely uncontrolled sexual passion, the person in question is no longer a good man but a slave. As Augustine rightly put it,

“Thus, a good man, though a slave, is free; but a wicked man, though a king, is a slave. For he serves, not one man alone, but what is worse, as many masters as he has vices.”

Later, Edmund Burke added that “men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters.”[4]

The book of James basically says the same thing when it lays down the following moral principles:

“But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death” (James 1:14-15).

What we are saying here is that lust and uncontrolled sexual passion slowly but surely lead to moral and spiritual blindness, moral blindness inexorably leads to “sin city,” and “sin city” leads to moral and spiritual death.

This deduction has been understood by a wide range of individuals—beginning with Samson and Delilah and all the way to comic book writers such as Allan Moore and others.[5]


jonesIn order to put an end to Dionysus’ lust, which drives the men into sexual madness, Pentheus captured Dionysus. When Dionysus was taken prisoner, he told Pentheus that he had him right where he wanted him.

In other words, Dionysus allowed himself to be captured by Pentheus because he wanted to seduce the man who seeks to prohibit sexual debauchery.

To make a long story short, Dionysus asks Pentheus if he would like to see the women (Maenads) dance naked on the mountainside. Pentheus, of course, was flattered and seemed to have been instantly sensually aroused. We could imagine Pentheus saying,

“You mean I’ll have unlimited access to naked women? Heck, yeah! Oh brother, what man would say no to that?”

Pentheus—like Shelley, Byron, Wilde, Sartre, Russell, Wells, Schopenhauer, and more recently Gore Vidal, Bill Clinton, Julian Assange, David Patraeus, Herman Cain, Athony Weiner, Mark Sanford, Samuel B. Kent, John Edwards, Larry Craig, Mark Foley, Brian J. Doyle, Wade Sanders, Newt Gingrich, Mel Reynolds, Ken Calvert, who could not keep their pants up—could not perceive that Dionysus was preying on his sexual weakness and then leading him to a moral deadness.

Pentheus actually says, “Aye, indeed! Lead on. Why should we tarry?…That would I, though it cost me all the gold of Thebes!”

At that point, Pentheus’ moral reasoning began to wane precisely because lust has started to take over his being. Thomas Aquinas declared that

“venereal pleasures above all debauch a man’s mind. Therefore lust is especially concerned with such like pleasures…Lust applies chiefly to venereal pleasures, which more than anything else work the greatest havoc in a man’s mind, yet secondarily it applies to any other matters pertaining to excess”

This was the case with Pentheus. Even Dionysus was shocked to see that Pentheus was willing to go the extra miles to see those naked women. Dionysus says,

“So much? Thou art quick to fall to such great longing.”

Keep in mind that Dionysus has used other means to persuade Pentheus to abandon his moral path but failed. Dionysus finally rested on the sexual dimension, which Pentheus could not resist and which turned out to be an instrument of control.

Moreover, Dionysus quickly learned that talking about naked women was much more persuasive and alluring than positing philosophical syllogism.

In the twentieth century, Wilhelm Reich discovered those sexual principles from personal experience. He wrote in The Mass Psychology of Fascism,

“A girl of some seven years of age, who as consciously brought up without any idea of God suddenly developed a compulsion to pray. It was compulsive because she really didn’t want to pray and felt it to be against her better judgment.

“The background of this compulsion to pray is as follows: The child was in the habit of masturbating before going to sleep every night.

“One night, for some reason, she was afraid to do so; instead she had the impulse to kneel down in front of her bed and to recite a prayer similar to the one quoted above. ‘If I pray, I won’t be afraid.’ It was on the day she renounced masturbation for the first time that fear appeared.

“Whence this self-renunciation? She told her father, who had her complete confidence, that a few months earlier she had had an unpleasant experience while on vacation. As so many children, she and a boy had played at having sexual intercourse.

“Another boy had suddenly come upon them and said should ‘shame’ at them. Though she had been told by her parents that the was nothing wrong with such games, she felt ashmed and, in place of the game, masturbated before going to sleep.

“One evening, shortly before the appearance of the compulsion to pray, she had walked home from a house party with several other children. Along the way they had sung revolutionary songs. An old woman passed them who reminded her of the witch in Hansel and Gretel. This old woman had called out ot them: ‘May the Devil take you—you band of atheists.’

“That evening, when she wanted to masturbate again, it struck her for the first time that perhaps there really was a God who sees and punishes. Unconsciously, she had associated the old woman’s threat with the experience with the boy.

“Now she too began to struggle against masturbation, became afraid, and to allay her fear began to pray compulsively. Prayer had taken the place of  sexual gratification.”[6]

From that experience, Reich deduced that prayer is a threat to masturbation and that masturbation is a threat to prayer.  For Reich, those are mutually exclusive terms, and Reich quickly found out that “sex-economy,” as he termed it, could be used for vast cultural changes. The sexual metaphysician continued,

“Let us return to our little girl. The compulsion to pray disappeared when she was made aware of the origin of her fear; this awareness made it possible for her to masturbate again without feelings of guilt.

“As improbable as this incident may appear, it is pregnant with meaning for sex-economy. It shows how the mystical contagion of our youth could be prevented.”[7]

Reich got the sexual ideology out of the bag when he declared unequivocally,

“We do not discuss the existence or nonexistence of God, we merely eliminate the sexual repressions and dissolve the infantile ties to the parents.

Lisa Palac
Lisa Palac

“The inescapable conclusion of all this is that a clear sexual consciousness and a natural regulation of sexual life must foredoom every form of mysticism; that, in other words, natural sexuality is the arch-enemy of mystical religion.

“By carrying on an anti-sexual fight wherever it can, making it the core of its dogmas and putting it in the foreground of its mass propaganda, the church only attests to the correctness of this interpretation.”[8]

Reich once again put the issue in mutually exclusive terms when he moved on to declare, “Sexual consciousness and mystical sentiments cannot coexist.”[9]

Reich was not the only person to discover this either/or dichotomy.  But he was one of the first persons to articulate this in a culture ready to be sucked in a sexual experiment.

Once the culture began to accept and even act upon those sexual principles, the social order swiftly evaporated from the minds of many.

Reich postulated that the sexual revolution could not take place without “a powerful international sex-economic organization.”

One “powerful international sex-economic organization” turned out to be the entertainment and music industry, which exerted an enormous influence on the culture, and which influenced the thinking of a nation, a continent, and even the world.

One of the first victims of this was Lisa Palac, who wrote in The Edge of the Bed: How Dirty Pictures Changed My Life,

Pop culture glued me to my friends, expanded my vocabulary and, of course, tipped me off to big worlds of sexual possibilities. It was the type of sex education where I learned through suggestion and nuance.”[10]

What, then, was the result of pop culture’s influence on Palac? Well, she continues to tell us,

“Once I figured out how to use porn and come—how to look at an erotic image and use my sexual imagination to turn desire into a self-generated orgasm—my life was irrevocably and positively changed.”[11]


To return to The Bacchae, Dionysus led Pentheus to the mountainside and the maenads ended up tearing Pentheus apart in a sexual frenzy, leading him to a bloody and tragic death.

Pentheus’ own mother, Agave, was also one of the maenads who participated in the Dionysian frenzy. Being intoxicated by the revelry and being possessed by Dionysus, she ripped off Pentheus’ head without realizing that it was her own son.

Agave went back to the palace and began to talk about how she triumphantly ripped off a lion’s head—meaning his own son’s—and how fulfilling the whole phenomenon was.

Yet right after she became sober and to much of her chagrin, she came to her senses and realized she had killed her own son. Abave wept bitterly and inconsolably, but it was too late. Nothing could replace her son.

Pentheus got what he wanted, but it cost him his own life. A sad but tragic thing happened to Samson in the Old Testament, and this particular story is another background of sexual politics, which over the ages has become a vehicle for sinister and ideological purposes.

The man who understood that principle was the French decadent writer Marquis de Sade, who laid out his metaphysical principles quite explicitly in Philosophy in the Boudoir.


Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault

So the logic is pretty straightforward: If you can manipulate a person’s passion—most particularly his unbridled, sexual passion—then you can manipulate his behavior. If you can manipulate his behavior, then you can make him do what you want. Marquis de Sade ended up producing a treatise which articulated this point in the most pornographic manual.

But Sade’s sexual metaphysics did not die during the French Revolution, which was Masonic in nature. This sexual component has also been propounded in many different ways since Sade penned his Philosophy in the Boudoir in 1795.

With Talmudic and Masonic backing, the sexual virus traveled from France to England, from England to Germany,[12] and then from Germany in the 1920s and 30s[13] to America in the 1960s during the sexual revolution.[14]

By 1946, one of the British intellectuals who realized that the movement sweeping Europe and America would have to be sexual was Aldous Huxley.

By the early 1980s, Huxley’s prediction proved to be far more radical than he ever imagined when a French philosopher and literary critic by the name of Michel Foucault began to engage in sado-masochism, which he described as “the real creation of new possibilities of pleasure, which people had no idea about previously.”[15]

Scholar James Miller notes that

“the gay community of San Francisco had become for him a kind of magical ‘heterotopia,’ a place of dumbfounding excess that left him happily speechless.

“Promising a welcome ‘limbo of nonidentity,’ the city’s countless bathhouses enabled Foucault as never before to grapple with his life-long fascination with the ‘overwhelming, the unspeakable, the creepy, the stupefying, the ecstatic,’ embracing ‘a pure violence, a wordless gesture.’”

Foucault, not realizing that he was simply proving Pentheus was right, declared:

“I think the kind of pleasure I would consider as the real pleasure would be so deep, so intense, so overwhelming that I couldn’t survive it…Complete total pleasure…for me, it’s related to death.”[16]

The number of AIDS cases in San Francisco during that time was so high that it “terrified a growing number of gay men. Everybody’s worst fears about the disease were in the process of being confirmed.”[17]

Wilhelm Reich
Wilhelm Reich

Miller says that

“due to the monstrous coincidence of AIDS, these vibrant forms of eroticism had become fraught with potentially lethal consequences.

“Under these morbid circumstances, some resolved to change their sexual practices, embracing either a terrified celibacy or a new moderation, cutting down on sexual contacts and avoiding the exchange of bodily fluids.”[18]

But AIDS among homosexuals and sado-masochists would not slow Foucault’s acceleration down, even though he knew that it would lead him to his eventual death—slow, painful and excruciating death. Why?

Foucault realized that slow pain and sexual death are small prices to pay. “To die for the love of boys,” Foucault poetically declared, “what could be more beautiful?”[19]

Foucault certainly knew that he was trying to deconstruct the moral order:

“Laws suspended, prohibitions lifted, the frenzy of time that is passing away, bodies mingling together without respect, individuals unmasked, abandoning their statuary identity and the figure under which they were recognized, allowing an entirely different truth to appear.”[20]

This “entirely different truth” is simply “suicide-orgy,” which “exerted an unusual fascination over” Foucault.[21] “Foucault,” Miller tells us,

“had long placed death—and the preparation for suicide—at the heart of his concerns: summoning what he once called ‘that courage of clandestine knowledge that endures malediction,’ he was evidently serious about his implicit lifelong conviction that ‘to comprehend life is given only to a cruel, reductive and already infernal knowledge that only wishes it dead.”[22]

Since Foucault completely understood the metaphysical consequences of his philosophy which he gleaned from people like Nietzsche, the rationalization for sado-masochism was the next logical step.

In other words, if God is death, then morality is an illusion. If morality is an illusion, then sado-masochism is no different than following the sexual order.  If the sexual order is relative, then family and marriage are not that important.

We must also keep in mind that it was the concept of family and marriage that reserved the sexual cohesion in Europe and other societies.[23]

Yet with the rise of Freudian and Reichian ideology during the 1960s, a number of intellectuals, including Foucault, began to cross the sexual Rubicon—never to return to insanity.

Foucault himself acknowledged the influence of Wilhelm Reich’s work in his early years, noting that

“a number of people before me, and I too, followed a definite schema of analysis which was elaborated from 1920 to 1930 around the person and the work of Wilhelm Reich.”[24]

Foucault again “returned to the bathhouses in San Francisco” and

“joined again in the orgies of torture, trembling with ‘the most exquisite agonies,’ voluntarily effacing himself…letting real, corporeal pain insensibly melt into pleasure through the alchemy of eroticism.”[25]


 We have seen that Wilhelm Reich, like Sade, deconstructed the moral order and replaced it with sexual ideology. While Reich and Sade had much in common, they differed in that Sade alone did not have enough political leverage to spread his sexual virus just about everywhere.

Reich, however, was a different breed and eventually became a messiah for many.

Jewish philosopher Paul Edwards later declared “for some years many of my friends and I regarded [Reich] as something akin to a messiah.”[26]

Edwards was serious, for Reich ended up receiving many accolades from Jewish intellectuals, writers, producers and musicians such as Saul Bellow, Norman Mailer, Paul Goodman, Allen Ginsberg, J. D. Salinger, Isaac Rosenfeld, and of course Woody Allen and Bob Dylan.[27] Even Psychology Today ended up praising Reich.[28]


beyonce-illuminatiReich wrote,

“The first prerequisite for healthier human and sexual relationships is the elimination of those moral concepts which base their demands on allegedly supernatural commands, on arbitrary human regulations, or simply on tradition…

“We do not want to see natural sexual attraction stamped as ‘sin,’ ‘sensuality’ fought as something low and beastly, and the ‘conquering of the flesh’ made the guiding principle of morality!”[29]

As we have seen, Reich became a sex expert and began to invert the sexual equation by eliminating moral principles. Once moral principles were gone, then Talmudic subversion indirectly followed.[30]

Keep in mind that it was Reich who invented the term “sexual revolution.” But in order to understand the deep psychology of this “sexual revolution,” we need to quickly go back to Samson and Delilah.

Having followed the sexual liberation which inexorably flowed from Wilhelm Reich’s promiscuous ideology and which indirectly got mutated into feminism, Jewish writer Elizabeth Wurtzel, in her book Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women, declared that Samson was ambushed by his own sexual lusts and therefore became “enslaved to his dick.”

In the end, the undefeated Samson was defeated through sexual lusts which literally blinded him and cost him his life. Wurtzel called this “pussy power.” Yet Samson was certainly not the last victim of this “pussy power.” It has been used to trap politicians and nations.

As we saw in a previous article, the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei knew about this power. Khamenei perceived that America would want to do the same thing in Iran if they seek  to change the cultural chemistry. Khamenei declared back in 2005:

“If they arouse sexual desires in any given country, if they spread unrestrained mixing of men and women, and if they lead youth to behavior to which they are naturally inclined by instincts, there will no longer be any need for artillery and guns against that nation.”[31]

Rihanna
Rihanna

As David Frum of the Daily Beast himself put it,

“Tehran is threatened not only by what America does, but by what America is: a depraved, postmodern colonial power bent on achieving global cultural hegemony.”[32]

In other words, when the Khamenei looks at American pop culture—when he sees people like Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Tori Amos, Madonna, Beyonce, Rihanna, Kesha, Nikki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea—he sees sluts, whores, pimps, prostitutes, and other dumb celebrities prostrating before Jewish power for worldly success.[33]

Most celebrities, according to Sinead O’Connor, allow themselves to be pimped by the pop music industry. O’Connor herself warned Miley Cyrus last year:

“The music business doesn’t give a shit about you, or any of us. They will prostitute you for all you are worth, and cleverly make you think its what YOU wanted … and when you end up in rehab as a result of being prostituted, ‘they’ will be sunning themselves on their yachts in Antigua, which they bought by selling your body and you will find yourself very alone.”

O’Connor did not name names, but we all know who controls the industry by now. Jewish writer J. J. Goldberg had this to say in his popular book Jewish Power,

“The cultural mainstream had taken overtly Jewish imagery to its heart in the work of artists like Philip Roth and Saul Below in literature, Barbara Streisand in popular music, Woody Allen and Mel Brooks in stand-up comedy.”[34]

In fact, the music industry is largely under the guiding hands of the Dreadful Few:

“Gerald Levin, CEO and Director of AOL Time Warner; Michael Eisner, Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company; Edgar Bronfman, Sr., Chairman of Seagram Company Ltd; Edgar Bronfman, Jr, President and CEO of Seagram Company Ltd and head of Universal Studios.

“Sumner Redstone, Chairman and CEO of Viacom, Inc; Dennis Dammerman, Vice Chairman of General Electric; Peter Chernin, President and Co-COO of News Corporation Limited.

“Those seven Jewish men collectively control ABC, NBC, CBS, the Turner Broadcasting System, CNN, MTV, Universal Studios, MCA Records, Geffen Records, DGC Records, GRP Records, Rising Tide Records, Curb/Universal Records, and Interscope Records.”

In 2009, Brother Nathanael Kapner had this to say about Michael Jackson,

“From his record label moguls to his business manager, from his lawyers to his personal confidants, and even to his dermatologist, Michael Jackson chose to surround himself with a crowd of money-hungry Jews who viewed Michael, not as a human being, but as a piece of merchandise to be used for financial gain.

“For if a role-model who presented himself as an androgynous ‘boy-girl’ symbol could generate millions of dollars, then Michael Jackson’s Jewish handlers would not scruple to forego warning him of his ‘artistic’ persona’s destructive path which led to his ignoble death on June 25, 2009, by a drug overdose…

“Under the Jewish influence of one of the most powerful figures of the music business, the Jew, Rob Stringer, Chairman of Sony Music Label Group and its Epic Records label, (Jackson’s label), Michael Jackson’s career skyrocketed into a legendary ‘King of Pop’ scenario.

“Rob Stringer, (the younger brother of the Jew, Howard Stringer, who is Chairman and CEO of Sony Corporation), is now involved in a $50 million agreement with AEG Live, Twentieth Century Fox, MTV, and Paramount Pictures — all Jewish companies — for distribution rights to a documentary about Michael Jackson’s final days.

“In other words, the insatiable lust for the money that Michael Jackson can generate even through the unsavory circumstances of his death, continues by the Jews of Hollywood.

“This has been affirmed by Jackson’s music & financial manager, the Jew, Charles Koppelman, who said shortly after Jackson’s death, “Michael could generate more money now that he’s dead than when he was alive…

“Is it any wonder then that Michael Jackson reacted so virulently to this destructive Jewish influence when he later described two Jewish business associates as ‘leeches’ and penned the stinging lyrics of his 1996 rap hit, ‘They Don’t Really Care About Us,’ singing, ‘Jew me, sue me, Kick me, kike me.’”[35]


 Many of the dumb shiksas who join the entertainment industry have the tendency to do disgusting sexual acts on stage or on video in order to get to the top of the chart and to get the almighty dollar.

If destroying the moral order will get them to the worldly echelon for a season or if producing provocative videos and albums will put them on an essentially Talmudic or Masonic platform, they will do it.

Take for example Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off” and Nikki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” which have been viewed by multiplied millions of young fans:

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Most importantly, perhaps Khamenei sees Masonic ideology and Satanic imageries and languages and symbols emanating from those so-called celebrities. Listen for example to the following excerpts from Kesha, Rihanna, and then Tori Amos:

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Spin, a magazine that celebrates contemporary music, entitles one of their articles “Kesha Leads Satanic-Lite Orgy in ‘Die Young’ Video.”[36] Here is the video:

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Those songs are just high-tech versions of Robert Johnson’s “Me and the Devil Blues”  and others who sang about “shake it” in the early 1930s adn 40s.

Johnson ended up being the “King of the Delta blues” not because he was skilled and trained but because he sold his moral soul for power and money. A sad tragedy. But that tragedy lingers on to this very day in the lives new and improved “artists” who are willing to do the same. Just give them a few millions of dollars and they will do just about anything on stage.

Hence, Iranian leaders seemed to have their reasons for calling the United States “the great Satan.” Perhaps they perceived that the United States was the master of inventing evil things.


bill-clinton-monicaContinuing with the sexual manipulation, Bill Clinton was a classic example. As soon as he was caught with Monica Lewinsky,

“Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used the tapes to try to persuade Clinton to release Jonathan Pollard, an American caught and jailed for spying for Israel. Clinton lobbied for Pollard’s release but his attempts were ultimately thwarted by CIA Director George Tenet…

“…at a meeting held in October 1998 near Wye River, Maryland, Prime Minister Netanyahu pulled Clinton aside and revealed that the Israelis had listened to Clinton Monica’s sex talk, and assured the President that they ‘threw away the tapes’.

“But the apparent quid pro quo was that Clinton would arrange for the release of Jonathan Pollard who was convicted of spying for Israelis and a cause celeb for the country…

“The details of Monica’s phone sex with Clinton were not only known by foreign spies. Monica shared the juicy details with some of her confidantes…”

Clinton—who followed sexual liberation in much of his life, even at Yale—finally realized that there are some sexual acts that you cannot get away with, even though those acts would not be inconsistent with the culture that encourages sexual liberation both on college campuses[37] and in Hollywood.

Didn’t Harvard approve students who wanted to have kinky sex on campus? Why would they be upset when Clinton was following that same pattern?

Once again, we see that the essentially Talmudic/sexual culture is existentially unlivable.  Why?

Simple: you cannot metaphysically and practically deny the moral order and still live a normal life. Perhaps this was one reason why Madonna told the LA Times in 1991 that “I’m a tormented person…My pain is as big as my joy.”

 

 


i. Quoted in Quentin J. Schultze, Roy M. Anker, et al, Dancing in the Dark: Youth, Popular Culture and the Electronic Media (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1991), 192.

[1] See for example Barbara Tasch, “Porn May Be Bad for Your Brain, Study Suggests,” Time, May 29, 2014; see also Denali Tietjen, “Men Who Watch Pornography Have Small Brains,” Boston Chronicle, May 30, 2014.

[2] For studies on the Dionysian cult, see for example E. R. Dodds, The Greeks and the Irrational (Berkley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1951).

[3] E. Michael Jones, Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation of Political Control (South Bend: Augustine’s Press, 2000), 591-591.

[4] Quoted in ibid., 607.

[5] See for example Todd A. Comer and Joseph Michael Sommers, Sexual Ideology in the Works of Alan Moore: Critical Essays on the Graphic Novels (London: McFarland & Company, 2012).

[6] Quoted in Jones, Libido Dominandi, 258-259.

[7] Ibid., 260.

[8] Ibid., 261-262.

[9] Ibid., 262.

[10] Ibid., 263

[11] Ibid., 588.

[12] See for example E. Michael Jones, Monsters from the Id: The Rise of Horror in Fiction and Film (Dallas: Spence Publishing, 2000).

[13] See for example Mel Gordon, Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin (Los Angeles: Feral House, 2006); Maria Tartar, Lustmord: Sexual Murder in Weimar Germany (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995).

[14] See for example Jeffrey Escoffier, ed., Sexual Revolution (New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2003).

[15] Quoted in James Miller, The Passion of Michel Foucault (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000), 27.

[16] Ibid.

[17] Ibid.

[18] Ibid., 28.

[19] Quoted Mark Lilla, The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals in Politics (New York: New York Review of Books, 2001), 157.

[20] Ibid.

[21] Ibid.

[22] Ibid.

[23] See for example Kyle Harper, From Shame to Sin: The Christian Transformation of Sexual Morality in Late Antiquity (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2013).

[24] Sylvere Lotringer, ed., Michel Foucault: Collected Interviews, 1961-1984 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1989), 154.

[25] Miller, The Passion of Michel Foucault, 28.

[27] Ibid.

[28] Mark Borigini, “Wilhelm Reich: Orgasm as Analgesic,” Psychology Today, September 9, 2008.

[29] Wilhelm Reich, The Sexual Revolution: Toward a Self-Governing Character Structure (New York: Doubleday, 1971), 53.

[30] For a cultural history on this, see for example E. Jones, Libido Dominandi.

[31] Quoted in David Frum, “The Mullah’s Greatest Fear: Kim Kardashian,” Daily Beast, April 24, 2012.

[32] Ibid.

[33] For an interesting cultural history of pop music and the entertainment industry, See Kenneth Aaron Kanter, Jews on Tin Pan Alley: The Jewish Contribution to American Popular Music, 1830-1940 (Jersey City: KTAV Publishing, 1982); J. Hoberman and Jeffrey Shandler, Entertaining America: Jews, Movies, and Broadcasting (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2003).

[34] J. J. Goldberg, Jewish Power: Inside the American Jewish Establishment (New York: Perseus Books, 1996), 287.

[35] Well, Jackson certainly knew that he was being juiced in the Jewish factory. Too bad that he didn’t possess a copy of Yuri Slezkine’s The Jewish Century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006).

[36] Chris Martin, “Kesha Leads Satanic-Lite Cult Orgy in ‘Die Young’ Video,” Spin, November 8, 2012.

[37] For a study on this, see for example Jim Nelson Black, Freefall of the American University: How Our Colleges Are Corrupting the Minds and Morals of the Next Generation (Nashville: WND Books, 2004).

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Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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