Heresy Central Manifesto

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Heresy Central is a project to create a space for analysis and discussion of politics, society, history that is completely unencumbered by the taboos set by the mainstream “masters of discourse”. The “heresy” in the name “Heresy Central” does not refer to heresy against Christianity or Islam or any traditional religion. It means discourse that runs counter to the dominant secular ideology.

The Sun Rises for Everybody. The Absolute Primacy of Factual Truth

There are differences that cannot be objectively resolved. Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus can differ about theological issues. People on the political left and right have profound philosophical differences. However, the sun rises in the east every morning. For everybody. Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and pigs cannot fly. Mathematics is the same for everybody. So is basic physical science, like Newton’s laws.

Now, there is a delicate, nuanced matter to be addressed. We respect people’s commitment to their traditional religious culture. We understand that followers of various religious traditions are committed to a religious tradition, which typically involves a sacred narrative. Typically, such a sacred narrative contains miraculous events. However, said miracles take place in a sacred time-space, not in the mundane here and now. It is presumed that we all agree that no violation of the laws of physics, i.e no miracle, occurred in lower Manhattan on 11 September 2001. Of course, the miraculous, physically impossible events of that day are part of a sacred narrative, the secular sacred narrative, which all of us here, whatever our religious affiliation (or lack thereof) reject. It is in that sense that we are all heretics.

To the extent that we are “fanatics”, our “fanaticism” is an absolutely uncompromising commitment to factual truth. We absolutely refuse to place ourselves in opposition to factual truth. Period. We will not make any “sophisticated” strategic or tactical calculations whereby, for expediency’s sake, we pretend that any of the frauds and impostures that they have been presenting us with over the last half century (or surely longer) are, in fact, real. Specific examples include:

Fake school shootings, fake church shootings, fake queer bar shootings, fake asshole cartoonist shootings… fake Osama bin Laden shooting…

Fake beheadings, fake poison gas attacks, fake rape epidemics,… (Sweden is the rape capital of the world! Yeah, right, that’s a good one…)

Fake victims, fake friends and family of victims, fake witnesses to things that pretty clearly never happened…

Fake political dissidents (who are really actors), fake jihadists (who are mentally ill people set up as patsies OR are actors), fake investigative journalists (who are really Intelligence agency assets)…

Fake economic statistics, fake economic recovery…

Fake political movements (color revolutions and such…)

We are not interested in getting into any gatekeeper, limited hangout sort of stance, where we denounce some of the bullshit but then go along with other things. No, we’ve had enough of it. We reject all of it. We are not really interested in getting bogged down debating any of the above. Thus…

Heresy Central is not the Monty Python Argument Shop

It is assumed that contributors and participants in this space have taken the proverbial red pill and have come to an understanding of certain things. We will not grant any space to people who write material espousing the official U.S. government tall tale on 9/11 or other similar officially approved bullshit. It will be deleted. This, in our opinion, is not a violation of free speech in any real sense. It is, for starters, a practical question. We simply cannot go around in circles on questions that have been factually resolved. (To be clear, we don’t necessarily know everything about what happened on 9/11 or with other obviously synthetic events, but what has been resolved at a 1000% level of overkill is that the official version of events is false.) Regardless, the people espousing the official bullshit have the entirety of the mainstream media and most of the rest of the Internet anyway, so it makes little sense to allow these people to waste our time here in the name of some abstract concept of “free speech”. In any case, free speech is really only meaningful when people actually have something to say, as opposed to just mindlessly repeating discredited dogmas.

Heresy Central rejects “Political Correctness” but it is not an “Angry White Man” Site

We absolutely reject the mental straitjacket of “political correctness” but we also reject gratuitous assholery, including the various racist, sexist, or homophobic douchebaggery that tends to dominate alt-Right venues. Material whose sole purpose is to offend people of whatever background is not acceptable.

That said, in our view, the ethno-nationalist position, that the “white” countries of Europe should continue to be dominated demographically by their founding peoples, is a valid viewpoint and can certainly be argued in a rational, tasteful way. In fact, it probably corresponds to most people’s notions of common sense.

A traditional view of the family and society in which marriage is between a man and a woman can certainly be advocated and, though many people will go along to get along, this surely corresponds to most people’s inherent common sense. Again, this position can be advocated in a tasteful manner.

In any case, Heresy Central is not primarily an ideological site. Our general preference is for material with a strong factual component. Real facts are the same for everybody and unite people of good faith, while ideology tends to be divisive. The sun rises for everybody, or, as an little-known Palestinian preacher in the first century said: Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.

If you read the foregoing and it resonates with you, so you want to become part of this community, please register on the site. In particular, you are strongly encouraged to write a note on your own awakening here. Also, we are very interested in any ideas for the development of the site. Any suggestions can be discussed here

If you’re too shy to write a public post in a forum, then by all means, use the contact form.

If you are interested in contributing articles and analysis to Heresy Central, please read these our guidelines for contributors.

Comments from the Discussion Forum

  1. I will be interested to learn more about this blog. Is the time frame I am picking up correct. Was Heresy Central just recently launched?

    I recently launched a blog as well, and I find that the writings on Heresy Central would fit there about as well as they do on HC. TheBostonGlob.com is very recent. After a few weeks figuring out how to build it, and then building it, I’ve added very little content as yet. 9Two or three posts just to nget something up.

    I have a concept of what a blog like TheBostonGlob, and/or Heresy Central, could become. (You say you are interested in sharing ideas).

    I write a lot just about every day. Few days less than 500 words. Many days 1000, (some days considerably more). Mostly in public forums. The Boston Globe, (my ‘hometown’ newspaper, though my wife and I actually live in the boondocks of rural Massachusetts), is a primary venue. I also maintain a fairly extensive circle of correspondence.

    Like you, I have no interest in trolls, or in engaging them, or affording any respect for their ‘rights’. There are plenty enough places where truculent troglodytes can exercise their freedom of speech.

    Discussion must be a mutual pursuit of truth. It can be spirited, even at times vehemently disagreeable, but it must always be disciplined to honest skepticism. Every ‘side’ of every discussion that derives from honestly objective skepticism, must be afforded respect. Every participant must strive to inhabit every other’s point of view, (an impossible task, but invaluable in the effort itself).

    A credo we could surely share is that the the truth knows no command. The truth serves no one, save itself. The truth can be a mighty ally to those who serve it diligently and faithfully. But the only way to have the truth in one’s own camp is to follow it with all dedication, and to pitch one’s own tent close by.

    Look forward to getting acquainted.

  2. Hi, I’m sorry to have taken so long to answer. I don’t know why I didn’t notice your response. I would have expected to get email notification.

    To answer your question, the Heresycentral.is site is not so recent, over a year, but I’ve been slow to get it going. This discussion forum, on the other hand, is pretty new and not very active, as you doubtless realize.

    As for your comments about legitimate debate and truth, that is something I have been grappling with ever since I got the idea of creating this site. Finally, I think too many Alt sort of sites go round in circles on basic factual questions, like whether the official 9/11 story is truthful and things like that. At some point, you have to just take the stance that certain questions are resolved factually and that’s that.

    The reason is that you can only get to the more interesting questions by getting past the first level of factual ones. The first question about a false narrative, yes, is figuring out that it is false, but the next question that I grappled with for a long time is why people (most of them) are so helpless against all the BS out there. That’s one question, but then the even more important question probably is figuring out who is behind whatever narratives and what their agenda is. But to be going around in circles demonstrating that whatever propaganda narrative is not truthful…

    Well, you see my point surely…

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