Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 AJ-1

[Here, I come to the foundational TVProgressive truth … I mean … lie.

Thinkmainstream_TV couples actors, who portray fabulously gifted people who love ‘the object that brings us into organization’, with actors, who portray ‘the victims that require us to organize’. The former are stand-ins for the golden calves. The latter are stand ins for the viewers, whose little gold pieces go into fashioning organization-loving golden calves).]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 AI-1

[How many TV shows have you seen where the wealth destroying Progressives are the bad guys?


Then again, I suppose that ‘dramas showing how bureaucratic welfare rules produce a 70% illegitimacy rate’ might seem a little dreary. Better to write about evil millionaire poltergeists who threaten poor little people, even though these characters do not exist except in the Progressive theological framework.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 AH-1

[If you sample American headlines for the year 2013, you might ask yourself:

What do Paula Dean and George Zimmerman have in common?

ThinkProgressive_TV incessantly recounts a stereotypical battle between the good victims and the bad exploiters, involving some great and powerful person (often gifted with incredible immaterial attributes) coming to the assistance of a victim (who must be good because, by definition, victims are never bad).]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2AG

Summary of text [comment] page 72

[The previous blog brings me to Rene Girard, an insightful theorist who focused on the importance of scapegoats in our current Lebenswelt.

According to the intersecting nested forms underlying the message of the word ‘religion’, scapegoats trigger a projection, a thinkanti-object.

Who accuses?

The golden calves cultivate thinkpro-object. They point their well-manicured fingers.

The golden calves are always prepared to project thinkanti-object onto someone when disorder threatens.

This helps to explain why the selection of scapegoats appears almost random.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2AF

[The televisionaires speak their truth to you, little viewers with golden ornaments.

You cannot talk back, so the television will speak for you. Mainstream TV will portray a character, a victim, some poor trifle that stands for you, the true victim, who cannot talk back to the television. You will feel sympathy for this pathetic creature because you identify with the victim.

You are the victim of the televisionaries, but you do not know it. You only see what is in front of you. You only see images on a screen.

I will consider ‘the so-called truths that they broadcast’, which Christ called a lie, in the next blog.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2AE-2

[In addition, one views the adoration of individuals who adhere to Progressive thinkpro-object. Media folk throw garlands before celebrity elites. Their elites express consciencepro-object.

I call these adored people: golden calves.

Like the famous Biblical golden calf, these celebrities thrive on small ornaments donated by little people. Their tokens are melted and poured into liberal causes by Progressive clerics. Celebrities, especially celebrity politicians, are mouthpieces of Progressive Cults.

‘The unreal agape of the golden calves’ accompanies ‘the unreal loathing of the scapegoats’. The scapegoats are projections of thinkProgressive_TV‘s fevered imaginations.

The televisionaries love their gods and hate their fellow humans.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2AE-1

Summary of text [comment] page 72

[In the amusing (yet horrifying) parodies of Christianity that constitute today’s religions of Progressive television, the artistic depiction of unreal agape (as well as unreal eros) has reached spectacular heights.

When one watches any mainstream media newscast, one sees the vilification of innocent people. They are labeled thinkanti-object and conscienceanti-object. They are the scapegoats.]