Apparently one of Dostoevsky’s novels contains veiled political themes

I’m of course not droolingly braindead enough to ask the English-speaking world about this. I can only hope (in vain) that you’ve also adjusted your own instincts in that way.

This was published the same year as The Birth of Tragedy. It’s a subtle attack aimed at the very writer who popularized the word “nihilism”, Turgenev.

Imagine asking what Americans think of Dostoevsky. Especially when we have the Rusnet.

While I know there’s controversy surrounding the idea of calling people “demons”, I don’t happen to have qualms with it myself, and if you want to call me superstitious for that I really don’t care. “Demon” seems like a fitting word for many people. I believe that regarding them in such a way will be good preparation for “the day of the rope”. Time to kill the demons.

This novel is also known by another title

Does referring to “it” as ressentiment make it any more scientific? They might as well be possessed by a demon. Golems, liberals, degenerates.

Kobian = Concept of Public Security aka that theory about Hasidism and Buber from the other day.

How does this master psychologist characterize the international crime family anyway? In many ways actually. At shekina.mybb they see him as one of the only ones who anticipated the Bolshevik enslavement and mass-murder.

If you’re a fan of Russian literature I strongly suggest you search for the name of an author at shekina.mybb, because in all likelihood they will show you something about them you didn’t see in the text.

They say he learned of “possession” through personal tragic experience

The same ones must lose their personality and turn into something like a herd and, with boundless obedience…

taking away the will of nine-tenths of humanity and remaking it into a herd, through the re-education of entire generations

They say if Dostoevsky were alive today he’d be condemned for “gymnastics of the mind” (their usual definition of anti-semitism).

Speaking of master psychologists, the shrewdness of types like Dostoevsky seems to have been inherited by a few of the Russians at shekina.mybb

I can think of so many eyesore-libs with this rationalization. Nasty stank-hoes in many cases, though many men too. Fools that they are do not realize that there is no tikkun, only clip (kelipot, demonism). It’s only degradation for its own sake. Like I said- eyesores all around. Everyone just gets more and more like jews, more and more likes blacks, more and more like latinos, more and more like women. There’s no positive side to it, no “tikkun”. Subhumanization in progress, how truly disgusting. (Grifting is also a descent into the kelipot that accomplishes nothing substantial, another pseudo-tikkun.)

Isn’t this disturbing?

Take your soul out – turn off the lamp before the Face of the Savior, and now you are nothing – a lump of protein, a gray dot – an atom among other atoms, directed to activity by the will of the “chosen minority”

It’s all real!!!!!

You’d do well to see what they have to say about The Grand Inquisitor [Великий Инквизитор] too.

Many people have failed the temptations of Christ in the wilderness, and now they are demons

Franki here argues that the Grand Inquisitor represents modern-day humanity better even than Goethe’s Faust.

Apparently Lenin hated Dostoevsky?

Anyway, sticking with the book in question, I finally find one of Elista’s takes on the matter

“Demons” is especially hated by the heresiarchs of the “ROC MP”.

With his immortal work, Fyodor Mikhailovich dealt a crushing blow to the Kabbalistic doctrine of idiotized Tolstoyism, professed by infernal fiery ones 

He sees this novel as an “addition” to the legend of the Grand Inquisitor. And that it’s subject is about the communist moshiach project.

How could demons pick this idea up about themselves from this novel?

[the] idea is that suicide is the greatest ideal of demons. Or, as I understand it more simply: demons tend to die, or self-destruct… They ruined their souls for nothing 

It’s interesting that these guys focus on this one novel of his for the most part. Usually in the west Crime and Punishment and Brothers K are at the center of focus.

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