(Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.)
January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016
“float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”
Perfect Mixture of Woman and Fire
We visit her new offices
She’s at the head of her table
Now she’s free to leave
The papers are collected
She gets up for a drink
Smiling to see me again, we meet
Compliments and comments exchange
Business gets concluded
It’s time to close
I’m the last one out
She makes her move, steps back into me
Turning to save her, eyes met, we kiss
Acting on impulse, my heart is warmed
Excitement rules my mind
I look at her, she learns my name
Our plans then formed
The day is saved
The memory made
-Jeremy Edward Dion
Many are saying that society is breaking down. I don’t think that’s entirely true. There are pockets of chaos among the young, the sensitive, the ignorant, and the unimaginative; but there are still plenty of rational folk to go around. While these weak individuals jump on the bandwagon to partake in groupthink propaganda and rally to the cries of baseless accusations of racism, sexism and hate against one another; people are forgetting this has been a historical cycle. Every few decades, there collects a critical mass of weak individuals that bicker and fight amongst themselves about feelings and nonsense.
If you’re one of those individuals that’s surprised you got your face pushed in for wearing a Donald Trump t-shirt in a crowd of irrational angry Mexican-Americans, then you’re senses are at fault for not signaling to you the times we live in. Let me be the one to finally tell you, “You’re part of the weak”. Sure, you might think yourself brave for promoting a capitalist candidate in the center of brainwashed misplaced civil unrest that’s against what they believe to be the results of capitalism, but you must realize an angry hostile mob is full of ignorant people. The most dangerous people on the planet are the ones that would support Mao, just to avoid supporting Hitler. They believe they must make a choice, when in fact there is no choice to make. They don’t understand the world so they act out the only way they can be useful, as blunt instruments against each other. They are also part of the weak.
Usually, as a fact of mathematical principle, if you find yourself surrounded by the ignorant and irrational, it’s because you are appropriately grouped. Whether you support candidate-A or candidate-B; you’re a statist that’s already been fooled into believing you make a difference. And so many fall for the classic trap of naivety, believing people aren’t lying to you. I can call anyone a racist or a sexist but it wouldn’t make it true. And for others to assume an assertion is accurate without applying critical analysis to ascertain if the claim is true, and then to stand beside the propagandist and chant the same nonsense; they are now operating underneath their lie. People that cannot get the facts for themselves never become real leaders. They may be delegated various tasks, but they’re working under the lie of another.
The rioting will escalate and immoral criminal behavior will continue to be publicly rewarded by the other weak follower types. The people that bicker and fight with others over these trivial issues of self, personal choice and preference; are more of the weak that will destroy each other. You see these people plastering their narcissism all over social media worshipping their own cultural destruction. If they continue to have nothing to offer society, they will find themselves outside looking in. And once society has cleansed itself of its weak through these developing public spectacles of lunacy and violence; the strong will step up to repair the damage and make a lot of money doing real work helping the truly needy. Then it will start all over again.
But we must not build our houses on corpses. The weak have very little to offer society in the long term; all they bring is intolerance, hate and violence to otherwise civil proceedings. We do not want the stench of their short-sighted failure to interfere with tomorrows dreams. Hate Week begins.
-Jeremy Edward Dion
I feel like yesterday was the genesis of the rest of my life. At about a quarter past 4 pm yesterday, I completed brokering a three-party loan deal that should be very good for me. It was difficult to organize because it required nearly constant attention and renegotiation of terms, all of which I was trying to do without a personal phone service.
I had gone some time without a phone because I haven’t required one while focusing on writing. I was beginning to enjoy the lacking distractions. But Wednesday I received a call through alternate means that allowed me to realize just how important this deal could be for things I wanted to do, and so I became determined on that course. I made some moves to secure operating costs and by Sunday I was talking again.
There were moments that I thought things were going to fall apart but I kept finding energy from somewhere and solutions presented themselves. I wasn’t sleeping much at night but I would feel recharged in the morning. I would wake at the crack of dawn without any doubt I may have felt the previous night. All I could think of were possible solutions that I focused on as soon as I woke.
It’s a good feeling to be determined toward something. It has been a while since I felt that way. Writing is cathartic but it’s becoming increasingly painless for me. It was refreshing to try my hand at something new and challenging. Patience is extremely important to achieve many goals worth pursuing. Many would say I’m behind, but I look at what people have and what people want, then I feel I’ve done alright so far. Ideas are immortal and I’m in no hurry.
-Jeremy Edward Dion
Sunday February 7, 2016
It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and also the day of the demolition of a historic landmark. I awoke this morning to a thunderous explosion followed by a significant earth tremor. I was soon informed it was the destruction of the smokestacks of the late Dolphus M. Grainger Power Station, just over one kilometer away. I was startled by the explosion but quickly recovered. A lingering emotion was regret that I missed witnessing the demolition. I would have made an effort to wake by 6:30 AM and been at Lake Busbee by 7, standing in the cold rain with an umbrella, if I had known about it. I regretted missing the irreplaceable experience of witnessing the razing of a fifty year old local historic landmark of a town which I’ve lived for fifteen years. I regretted this for about two hours until I rationalized the misfortune and learned something important.
I accepted that I was responsible for missing an event that greatly interested me. I had been so preoccupied with work and play that I missed a major unrecoverable planned event of deep interest, occurring just a kilometer from my residence. The crashing boom that startled me from sleep was a literal wake-up call to my senses. It forced me to realize that I want to be thoroughly informed to the local affairs of the city that affects me. I began to regret less missing the demolition. I started to appreciate the omission of the foreknowledge of the event because I had learned something paramount. I became inspired and motivated to read about the power plant and write what I had learned. More importantly, I was happy I learned of myself a characteristic that I might otherwise not have discovered for much longer. I decided to embrace and own the lost opportunity. If I had been told of the destruction, I would have made a short schedule adjustment and gone to watch. Most likely I would have taken that information for granted and not have realized my deficiency. It’s of course simple to say and accept “we’re responsible for what we learn”, but it’s far more impressive a lesson to miss a grand event that affects us.
I’m going to start reading local newspapers and follow local politics. I want to know about the developments that occur around me. I can’t expect to effect desired changes if I’m ignorant of my environment. I think it’s crucial to take responsibility over our individual education. I can’t presume this is a rare epiphany unrealized by most, but I feel it’s important to share that it took me 37 years to realize I’ve been failing myself by treading water without air in my lungs. Perhaps with my head above water I can get a clear picture of where I’m at, then I’ll start to swim toward beneficial goals.
– Jeremy Edward Dion
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Several days ago I had a dream about the soul. At least, I think it was about the soul but it might have been allegorical to a thought I had while awake. I don’t need to make a ruling on the reasoning, because either way I learned something. I’m a distant person. I’m extremely involved in something most of the time. Even when I’m at play, it’s usually in a manner of my own design. Games can be very scripted and show a clear path and goal in mind. It’s easy to group and cooperate when the goals are the same. But I have very clear goals for myself as far as design and function. There is a quote that is relevant.
“Work like hell, tell everyone everything you know, close a deal with a handshake, and have fun.”
That’s a quote by Harold Eugene Edgerton, a famous electrical engineer. That motto sounds like a good maxim, but one part is extremely difficult for me. The “tell everyone everything you know” part isn’t probable. It’s also not wise when the general morality of a given society has been diminished.
There are plenty that attempt to tell everyone all they know, but it’s an exhaustive practice and often serves to devalue the reception of what they say. Speech becomes cluttered with redundancy and the practice can serve to alienate those that don’t tell everyone everything they know. This practice can very easily be misinterpreted as desperate attempts to bolster one’s ego by divulging all their knowledge, especially around those that already know the subject matter but refrain from telling everyone everything they know. Certainly it’s a valid argument that people care to share knowledge; sharing an informational resource is a valuable practice after all. But context and presentation shouldn’t be overlooked. There is also a level of self-awareness that should be observed when practicing the impossible. Practitioners should be mindful of individual operational preferences, so as to not be received as being critical of their method, or presumptuous of their ignorance. Clearly just because another doesn’t reciprocate in telling everything they know, doesn’t mean they don’t already know what you’re telling them. It can become quite insulting to relay common information effortlessly.
So where am I going with this and how does it relate to my dream?
As I stated before, I’m a distant person. I don’t greatly require human interaction, but when I prefer it, I go out. I used to believe that was how most people operated just because of the self-projection principle, but then I grew up and observed otherwise. The dream was the presentation of these thoughts in a concise package, presented as a colorful example.
The message of the dream was this: The soul is the collection of our knowledge and it craves strong affirmation.
This is also theorized as the same goal of a story-teller. People ultimately want to be taken seriously. Even a comedian requires an attentive audience for them to be effective. Their skill relies heavily on their knowledge and cleverness. They don’t want to be ignored, they want their comments and ideas to be affirmed; positively received. Ignorance (ignore-ance) is the opposite of sharing (or receiving) knowledge. So to not share and be affirmed, one would assume that individual may be ignorant. So the presumption of a quiet individual’s ignorance could be a valid reason for other’s to unload much redundant information on them. The soul would be the collection of one’s knowledge, and thus the defined character for that entity. People often believe they retain their information in the various forms of some afterlife, but again those are conscious thoughts of operational energies forming new connections and knowledge inside the fatty meat of the brain.
The specifics of the dream are for myself, their relevance to anyone else are limited and I will not share them. But the result of my findings are that in some cases, I appear to be stupid. It sounds funny to say that. But stupidity relies on context of subject, and what is considered common sense of a majority. So for me to not give strong affirmation, or otherwise show interest in what someone is telling me, it leaves an opening for it to be assumed I am ignorant on that subject matter. And when dealing with new data on a subject, it is likely to be true. Just as it is equally likely that I have a preference to spend my time working on my own projects than the interests of others. If my projects lead me into those subjects then I would show interest, but even if that occurs, it’s unlikely I will deviate from my current methods to entertain another’s take on any given subject.
Ignorance and knowledge management also has much to do with the passage of time. Many young people spend an enormous amount of time on activities that have little likelihood of being beneficial to their future usage of time. Bad habits are formed. One can spend a great deal of time learning everything everyone wants them to know. But without having discretion on the dissemination of your knowledge, then a great deal of time is wasted trying to spread knowledge to busy people doing their own thing; they are hardly a receptive audience. But how much effort are you willing to spare?
Now this leads me to the practice of procreation. What is life if it isn’t the spread of information? Procreation and building a civilization is based on the spread of information. But without exercising discretion, we’re likely to end up with undesirable results. The genetic information that’s passed from parents to child are literally a physical manifestation of the result of combined information. The offspring can be undesirable if the creators don’t exercise control over their information; diet, nutrition, wisdom, exercise. But who determines what information is proper for each other to share and reproduce? That should be common sense; which brings us back to the “stupid” argument. Eugenics is a form of procreative control. It deals heavily in the management of genetic information, but it’s still just a design based on the ideal’s of a small group of people trying to control the outcome of other people as per their desired result. It’s common sense to want to have the best possible outcome for your children, so why would anyone listen to the discretionary principles of others that are far removed from your conditions? People must decide for themselves what is right for them. Information can be shared, but have no expectations of strong affirmation for your principles because ultimately, everyone should value their own voluntary efforts over the designs of others.
Let’s get back to the soul. So here is this alleged collection of a living essence. What else could it be if the collection of energy and information wasn’t central to its existence? So if there’s an afterlife.. Take comfort in knowing all your knowledge will be shared with the other energies thereafter. And if there is no soul, then why would you spend so much time attempting to tell disinterested people everything you know when your time is better spent working toward your immediate or long-term goals?
Every so often I’ll elect to tell others something I know, but I have no expectation of how it will be received. I prefer to use discretion most of the time because it feels rude to dump subjects on others without receiving interest from them. However if people have made it a habit to unload on you, it’s customary to dish it back from time to time. But by no means should you project insincere interest, that serves nobody. It wasn’t always my way to manage information in this manner; but experiences have developed a tiny bit of wisdom on the matter.
– Jeremy Edward Dion
The heavens cast cosmic bands of energy over the doings of humankind. On occasion it’s necessary to admit we’re powerless to the greater reactions of natural law, but one should never wholly submit to its inferred will. Swimming against the current is arduous and often asserted to be a foolish endeavor, but it would depend on what you’re swimming from. Perhaps that branch of the stream leads one off a cliffs edge to their doom. Sometimes metaphors and similes are baseless hyperbole. They’re chosen as clever phrases intended to impress and support an argument, but with the addition of further detail, one can easily circumvent the intended meaning of a given metaphor.
In reality, the previously mentioned metaphor about swimming with the current is intended to condition you to follow orders, rather than using your intellect to make decisions or waves. Police, for example, are required to adhere to protocol and military-like rules of engagement (RoE) that are haphazardly designed to escalate more scenarios toward violence. Better judgment would be to treat all people as individuals, rather than grouping the entire public into racially profiled boxes of preset interaction methodologies. But with the ever-decreasing IQ’s of individuals comprising the various departments with enforcement capabilities; they are less capable of making rational decisions, and it becomes easier for them to rely on preset reactions.
An example of my argument would be to pay attention to the increasing number of homicides perpetrated by police. Officers believe to be “following protocol” even as they fire sixteen bullets into people walking away from them, or open fire on a misidentified vehicle because they suspect the perpetrator is inside. Enforcement divisions are becoming conditioned and transformed into reckless gangs of brutish thugs, complete will “kill order” initiations from their department heads.
You’d like to think I’m being harsh, but I’ve seen a man choked to death for merely selling cigarettes and ignoring an officer. The officers know they’re being filmed and they persist to commit murder. And then they produce the excuses “I was following protocol” or “that’s what I was trained to do”, and they back it up with “I feared for my safety”, if they’re feeling exceptionally at fault. And they perform all of this without any remorse or emotion; purely apathetic.
Well.. If I strapped on a gun and wore a useless little metal shield and entered a hostile motorized gun club gang that sought danger all day, I might fear for my safety too. But what I wouldn’t do is amplify my aggressive behavior to a point where it causes excessive danger, limiting my options to the ultimate conclusion of killing the collar. That doesn’t help anyone. I’m not even that physically built but I can disarm an assailant of their knife without murdering them. I’m also not bad at reading a scenario and using communication to diffuse it.
The departments seemingly have these uniformed aggressors brainwashed into thinking they’re Jack Bower of 24, hot on the trail of deadly terrorists, and everyone is suspect. They’re locked into “fight or flight” mode where they make decisive actions to shoot first; then taser, torture and handcuff. This is, of course, all the media allows the public to see. There are still plenty of decent public servants, but their actions seldom make headlines and sell tickets to the main event.
But much like a work of fiction or fantasy, there really are individuals that operate in collusion and secrecy, that seek to control all facets of human existence. I believe their goal is to create a critical mass of dissidents to spur support for further federalizing and militarizing the police, then their goal of removing constitutional public protections will have an obedient enforcement structure in place to better quell a revolt against collective tyranny. This is what I believe because it’s clearly stated in the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, as is a page right out of the Agenda 21 playbook. These private interests wish to replace all systems with a scientific dictatorship where all real control is in the hands of a few technocratic elites. Proof of the reality of these long-term plans and sociopathic ideology can be found in the writings of James Warburg of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR, circa 1950), as well as several modern members of that same group.
A great deal of research and original writing has already occurred and been compiled on the topic of global dominance so I’ll direct you to a source of information that matches my similar discoveries. I don’t want to tell anyone how to live their life, but it’s important for everyone to realize there are a great many number of sociopaths that don’t practice a Golden Rule philosophy. These folks will seek positions of control, and they will do much harm to any that simply wish to live and let live.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock watching reruns of Growing up Gotti, you should have recognized the United States of America is headed toward damnation. You don’t have to believe in religion to feel the hairs stand on the back of your neck, and sense the country is in distress on the brink of entering a world war. The constant state of war perpetrated by the occupation in the US has served to bankrupt the nation of our morality, credit and competitive edge. We haven’t been #1 for at least a decade.
In order to sell the public a slavery worse than the current establishment, they must degrade the quality of living to the lowest of the bar scale, so the public would be open to their asserted “improvement” toward their world-wide technocratic scientific dictatorship.
Getting back to the topic of sensibility, there is a large and increasing number of callous folk in America. Just today I witnessed new Black Friday shopper videos displaying very dangerous and cruel social interaction. I witnessed a woman grab a vegetable steamer out of the hands of a young boy right in front of his mother; mama bear wasn’t having that and went ballistic on the woman that wouldn’t return the item even after being attacked. The thief screams at the woman, “Why are you being so oppressive?” If I didn’t know better, I might have thought the incident was staged. But every single individual of notice in the American Black Friday videos were of extremely low character, incapable or unwilling to objectively view the situation with sensibility, apply critical thinking or realize what they’re doing. It was a fanatical feeding frenzy, except the dregs were competing over boxed garbage to spend money they should instead be putting toward valuable resources to survive the coming crisis. These behaviors have been occurring and coming to the forefront of the news for several years now. These individuals are literally mindless.
I see, hear and sense this is the result of full-spectrum dominant programming on a drugged population. People who are aware of the conditioning can take steps to avoid it, but those that have their head up their ass or in the sand, will continue riding the bumper cars of emotional reaction. I don’t wholly blame them. It’s fun to ignore the world and constantly entertain yourself in a loop of immediate gratification behavior. However it’s extremely irresponsible to remain ignorant of the truth and causes. It also doesn’t help that a high percentage of the Christian faith has a death wish, and programmed to ignore real cures for common modern-day ailments.
I’ve been researching blood electrification. I’ve determined that it works, and there are Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests that prove it. Just spending fifteen minutes on the internet looking up a cure for cancer will lead you into blood electrification. But if someone has a subconscious death wish, there’s an idea in their head that forces them to ignore even the most obvious of supporting evidence that the cure is valid. Patients with a death wish will constantly look for flaws of character in people supporting the cure, and of course they’ll find flaws if they look for any; so they then transfer that negativity to the validity of the evidence, then discredit the cure in their mind. This all happens quickly but I’ve witnessed the process first hand in patients. And it’s really unfortunate because a person has to have their mind on board and optimistic of any treatment in order to aid bolstering their immune system to fight the disease.
There is a design to this world and its social orders that encourages people to behave irresponsibly. People have been conditioned to be strictly reactionary. It starts with the parents, which have now also mostly received similar programming, then it continues with compartmentalization and institutionalized schooling, and even continues on into college. That’s a huge part of someone’s life, and to be programmed from the beginning for so long to be reactionary, and not critical of their environment, there’s little opportunity for someone to recover that’s been indoctrinated and conditioned for that long.
I was always a rebellious individual and asked hard questions that caused teachers to think I was being a disruptive smart-ass. That was never my intention, as I’m an introverted personality and don’t draw much attention to myself. It wasn’t until college that I learned a great deal of my teachers throughout my education were authoritarian reactionaries with little to no idea what they were doing at any given time. College also taught me critical thinking; and after that, I became unstoppable with logical argument and debate. I began breaking down social processes and interactions and pointing out character flaws. This turned me into a very moral person, which was unfortunate because I had developed a pretty good set of skills for the dark-side. I have since let the bulk of my dark-side skills to become antiquated.
Being aware of the death wish behavior opens the door to empowerment. A lot of people have problems with harmful addictions. I don’t because I’ve recognized my reactive patterns and social triggers. Sound is still an area of difficulty for me because specific frequencies, patterns and vocals invoke memories and emotional responses. But I can recognize when this happens and remove my emotions from causing undesired reactions and apply my intellect to the problem. Again this is something that happens very fast and doesn’t interrupt anything I’m doing. If you haven’t already identified the techniques, I’m using some tools of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) to remove my reactive conditioning. I was lucky to never develop a death wish from religious programming but the television proved to be an effective weapon against me. I used to be one of those poor souls that would be lost to a group of socializing people if a television was playing in the room. That damage was easy enough to reverse. I simply stopped paying the cable bill or watching T.V. Now I’m more creative, productive and happier.
In summation, my goal is to inform people; maybe trigger some to question why they do the things they do. Questioning oneself is the beginning of a fantastic process of recovery. I can be very blunt and harsh, but it’s in the best interests of education to not moderate speech. Political-correctness is a hardcore weapon against communication and social development. It is the cause of a great many number of notable conflicts throughout history. And right now that weapon has a solid hold on many young and impressionable people across the nation. I’ve witnessed behavior much like that of the Red Guards of Maoist China of the mid 1960’s. There is no such thing as exceptionalism. America is repeating very dangerous historical patterns. The sooner we all see it, the sooner we can implement a solution instead of continuing as insensible reactionaries to the causes. If you have no idea what I’m writing about, then you are my target audience. Please don’t continue down the path most travelled, because we’ve seen where that leads.
-Jeremy Edward Dion