Vrijheid spreek je af (Freedom you speak of)

This article deals with an Utrecht University contest review. In March of 2013 I decided to enter a Dutch essay contest which was sponsored by the Department of Sociology of the University of Utrecht and the Algemeen Dagblad/Utrecht newspaper.

Here is the original Facebook announcement posted by the Humanities Faculty:

Utrecht University Contest Review

The winner would receive 500 euro and have excerpts of the essay published in the Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad/Utrechts nieuwsblad.

The topic of the essay was concerned with the concept of freedom as perceived by generation X in contrast to the old guard, when historical struggles were mired in social, economic and political strife, compounded by class warfare or racial and ethnic tensions exacerbated by nationalism.

Considering my own self interest in the historical social engineering of societies to create a manufactured status quo reflecting mass herd-ism, I believed my topic was not only relevant in light of the global crisis but also tantamount to becoming self aware of perhaps the oldest struggle of mankind. In the relentless march towards totalitarian hierarchical structures, the powers that be require a mass of society to remain oblivious to the mechanisms of control. Apathy must reign supreme as the clueless denizens further shackle themselves into serfdom by distraction and the manufacturing of consent.

As Prof. Noam Chomsky has illustrated in many of his lectures, the bewildered herd must forever remain balkanized, fractured and in a state of constant chaos. Masked by a globalized political correctness campaign, this excessive liberalized view of forced multiculturalism on once sovereign and homogenized societies or nations, creates the necessary chaos between the masses of middle class and poor. This is best accomplished by the forced introduction of racial and ethnic diversity, language and sociocultural traits as well as open acceptance of non-traditional forms of family structures under the generic banner of multiculturalism.

So critical is the main stream media’s treatment of this topic and any subsequent theories, that most of global academia will quickly follow suit in the process of elimination by the demonization of the topic in any form. When pertinent questions are raised to address current issues which are critical of this top down policy, they are quickly ridiculed, admonished or chastised in favor of the status quo mob mentality. Especially those often dictated in the most subversive manner, hidden behind overzealous laws enabling societies passive acquiescence born out of historically manufactured guilt.

From Protocol XII, which incidentally deals with the concept of Freedom:

Literature and journalism are two of the most important educative forces, and therefore our government will become proprietor of the majority of the journals. This will neutralize the injurious influence of the privately-owned press and will put us in possession of the tremendous influence upon the public mind.

Equally disturbing and masterfully realized is the control of education which entails the complete control of creative, individualized thoughts outside the narrow confines of the controlled collective. This is blatantly and brilliantly summarized in Protocol XVI, which deals specifically with the emasculation of the universities.

“The ill-guided acquaintance of a large number of persons with questions of polity creates utopian dreamers and bad subjects, as you can see for yourselves from the example of the universal education in this direction of the goyim. We must introduce into their education all those principles which have so brilliantly broken up their order.”

Regardless of my well intention-ed and passionate rhetoric about political freedom and the underpinnings of hierarchical control, I nevertheless lost to the winner, Maarten Dallinga (25), sociology student, who wrote a personal story about a recent transgression against himself as an openly gay male in the so-called dutch liberalized society. His story takes place in July 2010, in which he and another male partner en route to a gay bar, were approached by a duo of males who verbally and physically accosted him for being openly homosexual. “Vuile flikkers!” was the derogatory dutch phrase the perpetrators uttered in disgust, followed by pushing then the threat of bodily harm, materialized by a knife to the stomach. Luckily they escaped physically unscathed but the obvious emotional scars remained as well as the emotional turmoil and confusion associated with a potential homophobic hate crime.

Maarten Dallinga wint essaywedstrijd over vrijheid
(Maarten Dallinga wins essay contest on freedom)

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The link above provides the dutch excerpts from his original essay. There is also two additional notable mentions that seem to draw their conclusions from the usual political correct versions of US dominated or centric historical accounts of the shaping of the western world post World War II. Namely, the misguided belief and support for the United Nations as a democratically led organization and the US corporatocracy which evolved into the globalized New World Order through it’s many bureaucratic agencies such as the IMF, World Bank and WTO to name a few. It would seem the dutch are not up to par on Chomsky’s keen and astute political revelations about the globalized US indoctrinated history machine.

Utrecht University Contest Review

Perhaps, Maarten Dallinga would have done well to educate himself further by reading a very revealing book written by an openly gay American professor, Bruce Bawer. Enchanted by the famed tolerance of Amsterdam, Bawer moved to Europe in 1998 from New York. After encountering the same homophobia in Amsterdam, Bawer relocated to Oslo, Norway. Why? Bawer rightly discovered that multiculturalism is a lie.

He discovered that the already cow-towing indigenous European intelligentsia (professors, politicians, journalists) has successfully pacified the population through constantly perpetuating multicultural tolerance which has proved nothing except the contrary, constituting a danger to the sovereignty of Europe.

Utrecht University Contest Review
It would be a logical forgone conclusion that since this was a university sponsored essay contest, that the humanities faculty had the political pressure to insure that the winning essay and it’s content further reflect this status quo perception which is based on empty platitudes of forced integration (multiculturalism). No different then when Chomsky comments on the heavy indoctrination of the educated elite in the USA towards obedience and passivity. It would seem the western cultures on both ends of the spectrum share an equal appetite for marginalizing the masses.

My original essay submission can be viewed at the link below

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