And Society Sheds Its Weak

Hate Week

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

The Center of the Soul

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

Collectivism and the Aggression Principle

Essay of Collectivism and the Aggression Principle

The practice of a group having more liberties than an individual is flawed. Should it concern anyone that I could have an armed drone, I solely own, flying around our skies? It should. Equally, it should concern you that a group has assumed they have the right to do this. The practice of discriminating who may do what, will eventually lead to megalomaniacal rulers. Either we all must have the same ability, or no one may have the ability. Classically, it has always been criminals that practice what is not allowed of the people. Today we classify them as politicians, corporations and governments. Our constitution was written to limit the abilities of government from exceeding the public liberties. The fact that government has overstepped this restriction is testament they do not respect our equal rule of law. It is past due the time for sundering this government. The states must rise as sovereign, yet united, against the tyranny of extreme collectivism.

Realistically and logically; all people are individuals and wholly responsible for their own security and well-being. No collection, group, or committee of individuals may dictate otherwise. These responsibilities may extend to the small group of family, or a township of like-minded families; but mandates from hundreds of miles away are indeed foreign and have no business being observed.

My task was to:
1. Form a logical argument explaining why it is necessary to allow groups public liberties that the individual may not exercise.
2. Discover the purpose of authority with privileged rights.
3. Note what types of people are attracted to politics and positions of delegated authority.
4. Research the result of systems built on the ideas of collectivism.

I was not astonished by my findings because I’ve been objectively awake for decades. With research, I very often find to be true what I suspect while dissecting propaganda and placing bias. So yes, this outcome was likely predestined but valid.

I could not form a logical argument supporting collectivism. All people are sovereign. There are groups that would say otherwise, but what do you expect from them? They’re collectivists, and I am not. Certainly there are some that are better than others at any given task, but that selective superiority cannot demand authority.

The purpose of authority having privileged rights is for strong organization under threat of coercion or force (privileged rights) to meet set goals. This is why cops can hit you without thought of consequence but if you touch an officer, you can be beaten and arrested for assault. There is no disputing this model gets results but the result is tyrannical; and immoral if deployed publicly.

Psychos and sickos run it all. Anytime authority is delegated, the devious schemers and power hungry volunteer because it places them in the position to collect and secure more power for groups. Always seeking advancement, this form of greed is an artificial appetite brought on by a psychosis. Perpetually discontent, they must demand the power to elevate themselves above all others as a special group. Certainly there are the true servants that seek public office, but they rarely succeed to the levels of office that candidates conspiring in secret toward group efforts will achieve. Ultimately, the individual has no place in politics. I’ve discovered this is the natural order of all sociology. This aggression principle and attraction to group power structures is fascinating. While I assume this must be noted elsewhere, I feel I’ve made a contribution toward a deeper understanding of groups.

Collectivism results in social adherence to strict rules that benefit few people. Collectivism is progression of unnecessary sacrifices; a marketable and trendy anti-freedom product. It is government pushing fear of a chaotic result if the group should ever fail. One such group today is called progressives; their goals to power require severe political and social reform. A historical and dangerously successful progressive collectivist movement was the German Worker’s Party, later known as the Nazi Party. The Nazi’s were champions of the aggression principle. Many of the party followers were brainwashed into believing peace was obtainable by forcefully reforming all nations into one nation. Meanwhile, the Nazis were committing genocide and performing occult rituals under guidance of the Thule Society. Even today, group leaders meet in Bohemian Grove among the redwoods to perform what we hope are just mock human sacrifices. Surely this behavior must be tradition from their activities with Skull & Bones. Though that is not the case, as a multitude of other secretive societal denizens participate in the Bohemian Grove collective.

My earlier studies into the occult have informed me of the benefits to possessing knowledge which is unknown to most. There is a psychological edge with the Saturnalia practices but it affects only the participants of that black mass with a false-knowledge; simply an understanding among that group. This is an important point. A secret known only to a group is a very powerful atmosphere; the darker the secret, the more powerful the psychological effect. It can only affect them, not the uninitiated. There is no magick involved; it is simply the creation of a testament to will force, and followed possibly by the occasional human sacrifice. “Burnt offering” translates to Holocaust so that may be something to consider when you learn of genocide perpetrated by warring government groups.

The practice of the group’s importance over the individual may be the single most dangerous exercise of the ages. I can’t help but to think materialism and a disbelief of permanent consequence led to apathetic group behavior.

-Jeremy Edward Dion