By Jean Ousset
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3. ” How odiously false is that fatalistic false piety which imagines itself to be supernatural simply because it lacks flesh and blood, the false piety in which prayer becomes an excuse for negligence and passivity, an attitude which derives from our natural tendency to idleness or to a short term though violent effort that is without lasting or serious effect. This is a “supernaturalism” limited to what is “extraordinary” in piety. It waits for a miracle, the realization of a prophecy wherein everything will be settled some day simply by divine intervention, without any need for us to stir a finger to bring it about.
All that is perceived is the very superficial and deceptive aspect of mass movements, clumsy through their excess of numbers, and their orientation by rudimentary catchwords and a childish notion of doctrine. Mass agitation and massive influence. Demonstrations and scuffles, preparations for violent action; more or less clandestine operations; popular mob leaders; enormous meetings. This is the image we have of revolutionary activity and of subversive agitation, the very aspects that can scarcely be transposed to suit our purposes.
For, if the merchandise is similar, it must be admitted that methods and means of action can be the same in either case. But how can the same doctrine of action and the same proceedings be accepted when, on the one hand, it is a matter of demolishing the social order, by “dialectizing” it, and transforming the people into a mass proletariat, and on the other hand of re-establishing true social order in all its hierarchies, liberties and essential diversities. One might as well maintain that the same operations, methods and instruments could serve equally well in planting trees as in cutting them into planks.
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