An Expose on the Industrialisation of Education
Human beings have long valued the application of group activities to better their survival, from hunting as a pack to bring down more powerful predators and quick-witted prey, to the community gathering activities for efficient harvesting of local flora.
This application of group activities includes a natural opportunity for inter-generational education and training.
Thus the knowledge base of the species is always far greater than that contained within single individuals.
Indeed, it could be argued that the sharing of information lies at the very centre of the successful survival of communities.
Those individuals who are motivated by power and greed find within these situations a fertile ground for exploitation.
The history of religions attests to this gullibility within the group information sharing systems.
The history of mass communities reveals the application of religion as one of the primary means of orchestrating, controlling, and maintaining authority over large communities.
What is immediately apparent from this historical overview is the complete cognitive dissonance over what constitutes a religion.
For most of historical rhetoric, religion is limited to the orthodoxy of death cults and cultural moralities.
In reality, however, the religions that actually operate are driven by familial values, and world views that maintain the dynastic genetic agenda of the local hierarchies at the time.
Thus we see throughout the history of civilisations the application of religious rhetoric in politics and economics.
It is therefore appropriate to conclude that both political theory and economic theory are religions.
The colonialisation of the world by the British empire coincided with the industrial revolution.
This allowed for the new religion of hive mentality to thrive in the world views of the indentured servitude of modern economics.
Please read that sentence again!
Thus the modern industrial economic system became a world of economic hives replacing human communities.
This has been abundantly reflected in cultural horror memes and populist film media.
Along with this worldview of hive mentality came the reshaping of education into a conditioning for the masses.
Thus education became a means of religious instruction rather than a sharing of knowledge for understanding.
As a side effect of the dynastic genetic agenda of the hierarchies, there has developed the idea of one primary source of truth in all systems.
The religious idea that there is authority in facts, ignoring the reality that facts are independent of authority
This monomania has produced both a myopic and tunneled vision of the environment.
This tunnelled vision has been repackaged into the terminology of specialisation to support the mentality of the industrial hive.
Thus education has been dove-tailed into multiple tunneled viewpoints of reality rather than the overview of accuracy.
The moralism of specialisation has resulted in an entire educational infrastructure based on the premise that specialisation is a necessity for understanding.
So those who have spent the most time completely immersed in one subject to the exclusion of all else ( obsession ) are lauded with social approval and cultural validations (degrees, masters, doctorates, etc.)
This is like saying that only through a microscope is accurate observation possible.
It is worth noting at this point how distorted the worldview of individuals becomes based on their repetitive behaviours … staring down a microscope all day will produce tunnel vision
All human beings recognise the diversity of landscape and how any place exists in context with the landscape.
This awareness is lost when education forces the mentality into myopic and tunnelled perceptions.
Exactly the same loss is incurred during repetitive employment.
So we see modern industrial economics producing a caged, hive mentality, where all the environment resembles all other environments.
Thus all major modern cities look identical, thus reinforcing the hive mentality.
The interesting thing is the escapist holiday mentality invariably seeks out landscapes that are just as much part of the hive world view as their workplace.
A hotel is just another apartment block
Diversity VS Homogeneity
The primary side effect of the hive mentality is the loss of diversity due to the homogenising effect of sameness of environment.
Thus socialisation has become the process of adapting to a hive homogeneity, rather than adapting to a diverse community.
During this modern process much of the social skills and interpersonal skills of negotiation, and compromise are lost.
This has produced a society of individuals who are less resilient and less able to cope and adapt with a changing environment.
This loss of skills is evident in the modern phenomena of stereotyped perceptions and iconism of perceptions.
The reality of the hive mentality is an observable dumbing down of the mentation and an infantilism of the emotions.
In effect, the species has institutionalised itself within its own religious orthodoxy of economic exploitation.
This religious orthodoxy of economic exploitation has corrupted the education system into repetition of knowledge for profit only, and wholly controlled research by only researching into that which can be exploited for short-term gains.
Thus the development of education and knowledge has stalled, and become insular in its self-seeking profiteering.
This state of the education system has, of course, bled back into society as a whole and resulted in social organisations experiencing the same myopia, and short-termism in their operations and planning.
This has also corrupted the operations of all large organisations and resulted in bureaucracy degrading functionality and stifling innovation in operations of all businesses.
- The average employee has absolutely no clue as to the operations of the larger organisation.
- The average scientist has absolutely no clue as to the science of other subjects.
- The average soldier has absolutely no clue as to the strategies or agendas of the military command systems.
- The average boss has absolutely no clue as to the day-to-day operations of their employees.
- The average Professor has absolutely no clue as to the diverse operations of their university.
- The average politician has absolutely no clue as to the day-to-day issues of their constituents.
and the list goes on.
What we see in the modern system is a perverse dysfunction of myopic operations loosely held together by a profit motive and no mutual understanding or common goals.
This is why it is to all intent and purposes a free for all when it comes to privatisation of public services, and the hijacking and break up of businesses for short-term gain.
The average person has now become habituated to living their lives in short-term satisfactions in a bubble of their own entertainments.
This is NOT humanity!
This is a retarded and institutionalised infantilism!
An Expose on Employment and Conflict
Human beings have long noted and applied the use of groups to achieve improved efficacy in hunting and gathering for survival.
This habituation to group operations has produced a hierarchy of obedience and control within families and cultures.
This hierarchy prevents full engagement of all participants and effective resource application in favour of maintaining hierarchical authority.
In other words, the family will only operate as a mutually cooperative team when the Patriarch / Matriarch gives permission to the lower levels of the hierarchy.
This can be effective in terms of implementing standards of family management, and the protection of vulnerable members.
This habituation to hierarchical protectionism often corrupts the dynamics of group activities amongst adults.
This is because the habituation to hierarchical limited engagement distorts the perception of the individual, creating a script of ‘boundaries of operation’ within the group.
The system of control through hierarchical boundary layers is very effective at control but ineffectual at engagement of members.
All group members become trapped in a partial boundary layer of the hierarchy, and thus prevented from full involvement.
This waste of individual potential is commonplace, and becomes increasingly wasteful the larger the group becomes.
Thus it is demonstrated that hierarchies are only effective in small groups and wholly destructive in large groups.
(Please read that again, and recognise why the State is such a disaster in terms of efficacy.)
This is why the business system of employment is invariably ineffectual and wasteful as it immediately limits the potential of all employees through the hierarchical boundary layers of managerial authority and salary conflicts.
The modern mass media effect of fostering infantile simplistics in common perception (habituation to stereotypes), has resulted in the common populace no longer being able to identify the difference between ‘role’ and ‘identity’.
Thus adjectives have become de facto nouns.
- Tailoring is now just a Tailor
- Serving in the armed forces is now just a Soldier
- Housebuilding is now just a Builder
- Doctors do not facilitate healing they are now just Healers
- Nurses do not facilitate care, they are now just Carers
- Nurturing is now just a Mother
- Guidance is now just a Father
This has resulted in hierarchy extremes such as religiosity, orthodoxy, and blind obedience to organisations.
This is commonly perceived to be enslavement and is endemic throughout the species.
To alleviate the impotent frustration felt by many, the wiser states have implemented mass distractions through their mass media in terms of sports and entertainment.
Bread and circuses are the hallmarks of hierarchical societies !
In the modern systems of economic control, these distractions are repackaged as consumerism and celebrity.
Where the populace becomes unresponsive / jaded to these distractions then more severe measures of ‘warfare’ are implemented to cull the distractors, reinforce the hierarchy, and recreate demand for distraction media.
All of the above ‘Machiavellian’ approaches are applied as a means of maintaining hierarchical authority in a large social group that would normally prefer cooperative equity.
It should be obvious by now that society as a whole naturally seeks a cooperative community of equality, but the vested interests of hierarchical authority seek to maintain their position through guile, and where that fails outright violence.
Taking back this phenomenon to the source family unit, we can see the feedback transference appear in modern families …
- Parents who refuse to retire from their parental positions
- Adults who refuse to grow up to autonomy.
- Adults seeking to maintain dependency
- Adults seeking immaturity
Thus we have in the modern species a society of infantilised,impotent, frustrated, and disempowered brats.
Humanity within the modern species is a rarity and is often culled !
An Expose on Militarism in Social Engineering
The human species is a predominantly mammalian species.
Like all mammalian species it is driven to cooperative group activies for survival against other predators and the changeable realities of climate and natural disasters.
Due to the absence of apex predators above them, they now commonly form groups against each other.
This species wide dysfunction is commonly known as tribalism.
The tribalism throughout humanity’s history has often been tempered with the realities of scarce resources requiring cooperation amongst tribes rather than conflict. This was the source of fair trade.
However, due to the advent of Imperialism, that is the successful rhetoric of daisy chaining multiple tribes to artifical identities like nations, The necessity of coooperation has been undermined.
This enslavement of groups using nationalism rhetoric is now the norm for the species.
This allows for a tribal monopoly to dominate the smaller local tribal groups.
This has resulted in the pheonomenon of war, and the obscentiy of mass murder and genocide.
Cultural values and religious values are of course merely pawns to support the rhetoric of Imperialism.
Due to the advent of the internet and the information age, it has become necessary for Imperialists to play mind strategies (e.g. MK ULTRA and NLP) to maintain the artifice of nationhood in order to maintain their leverage on the tribalists.
Any local attack on the issue of corruption at a local level can easily be revisioned into an attack on the nation as a whole !
This allows the rhetoric of nationalism to be reinforced, and the NLP gambit of ‘terrorism’ to be applied as a coercive measure for increased control of the population.
Thus militarism is fostered and advocated for at all levels.
This now includes the use of military memes within religious orthodoxy ( religions were originally about peace and cooperation), as a means of maintaining their grip on their flock.
Thus history is rewritten to produce pro-military propaganda to reinforce the conflict and disperse the idea of peaceful cooperation.
This use of military memetics is becoming increasingly commonplace within the corporate systems, as the conflict and soldiering mentalities are so useful for corporate exploitation, and control, of natural resources.
It is noticeable that many employees no longer behave as employees, but as soldiers seeking the approval of their board level generals.
Business has become no longer about fair trade but about economic warfare.
Warfare builds the slave soldier mentality that makes for easily controllable and manageable employees.
Thus we have a perpetual warfare to support the ever increasing exploitative profiteering of the corporations.
Militarism has become so endemic within the business community, that it is now commonplace for employees to wish their competitors dead.
It is now commonplace for monopolies to take over and control diverse trade groups as a means to dominate markets.
Modern corporate agendas are not about profit so much as conquest of markets (the military meme in action).
It is also noticeable that religious rhetoric has become increasingly militaristic, and the ideas of jihad and crusade are no longer seen as the adolescent failures they were, but are now seen as worthy goals, especially in business.
Indeed the modern approach to hiring staff is to seek out the most fundamentalist believers in the corporate paradigm and mark them as best placed for advancement within the corporate army.
Modern business has become the representation of a military psychosis writ large across the planet.
A classic example of this is the abuses and violence endemic in areas of high natural resources like Africa and the Middle East.
Furthermore, we see the common war strategy of economic sanctions now being applied to those who symbolise the necessity of cooperative humanity for maintaining communities, the unemployed, the sick and the disabled.
Anyone who symbolises life outside the economic military slave mindset must be vilified and demonised to maintain the war propaganda !
Thus we live in a world driven mad by conflict.
Slave soldiers continue to fight for the benefit of the Imperialist Elite !
Salary is the payment for service to the war machine of the Corporation !
An Expose on NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming)
During the late 1980′s it was discovered that perception was heavily influenced by the ability to describe that perception with words.
This implied that words could alter the perception of reality.
This was rapidly exploited in the cultural viewpoint of seeing the brain as a clockwork mechanism that could be programmed like a computer.
It took 15 years, and many injured minds to demonstrate that the mind is not the clockwork assumed, and does not respond well to forced programming, resulting in PTSD and psychosis for many participants.
To this day the application of words to distort perception is still readily and endemically applied in corporate marketing and government rhetoric, to manipulate the populist viewpoint.
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) has been seen by the mass media as the default tool for manipulating debate and controlling outcomes of voting systems.
It is now the primary management tool for farming the public viewpoint.
This is evidenced by the UK government’s use of NLP within it’s ‘nudge’ unit, and the successful jihad / crusade of turning management training systems into NLP factories.
NLP works by changing the verbal landscape which allows for changing the perception of all internal events.
It achieves this by subtly distorting the meaning of words, and implications of associations, so that perception is shifted along with meaning, resulting in a changed viewpoint.
The problem is that the mind in made of three separate components. The id , the ego, and the superego.
Much as the NLP will alter the ego and the superego, it cannot alter the founding viewpoint of the id, thus the unresolved issues remain unresolved, and the ego is placed in a state of self-deception that matters are solved.
It is a bit like finding a way to lock your problems into a closet with a really good key, the problem is the closet door is not that strong and can be dissipated by any submergence in the original word patterns.
In other words, the NLP is entirely dependent upon the language patterns NOT changing.
Any change of language patterns, such as learning a language, habituating to a local cultural idiom, or empathically experiencing another’s world view, will automatically undermine the patterns of NLP, thus allowing the closet door to collapse.
NLP is a house of cards !
To its advocates, NLP is the best thing since sliced bread as it allows a quick fix for avoiding dealing with the messy business of processing repressed emotions and thoughts.
This idea that one can side step the issues that counselling normally deals with is very popular.
However, as any long-term experienced counsellor will attest, avoidance is only ever temporarily successful.
Thus the application of NLP as a therapeutic tool, is the application of avoidance, and only ever a temporary fix!
Evidence of Harm
Despite the triumphalism of its advocates, NLP continues to demonstrate negative mass cultural impacts.
The most obvious of these is a necessary cognitive isolation, and empathic avoidance (sociopathy), to maintain the artifice of the NLP system.
Thus NLP is more like a dependency trick than a valid cure or treatment for mental health issues, as the individual becomes completely dependent upon the NLP mode of operation to validate their acquired perception.
NLP becomes a prison for the mind, along with the induced paranoia, and fear of anything hidden.
All practitioners of NLP are quite literally selling a product that they themselves are dependent upon.
It could be suggested that NLP is like a religion.
Certainly, in common with all religions, we find the fundamentalism, and avoidance neurosis and consequent psychosis, are well demonstrated.
The biggest impact from the widespread use of NLP is the clear habituation to self-deception and distortion of perceptions of reality like cognitive dissonance and infantilism.
It has even pervaded the education sphere with the idea that all points of view are equally valid (no wrong answers), and that all activities are equally valid (no moral center).
This suggests a widespread mental health issue as a direct result of the application of NLP.
It is clear that the skills of critical thinking and scientific method are foundational to resistance to NLP.
They are accordingly advocated by many who have observed the collapse in cognitive ability throughout the modern world.
Another major skill that can bring clarity to a self-deceiving mindset is the application of the concept of relativity.
Fundamentalism cannot survive exposure to relativity.
- Maintaining diversity
- Increasing the public debate on contextual analysis
- Qualitative analysis as opposed to quantitative analysis,
Are essential to mitigate the harm from NLP.
I encourage all free thinkers to disseminate this note widely!
An Expose on Temporal Relativity and the Illusions of Narrative
Most thinking persons are now aware of the nature of spatial relativity, from the highest intellectual discussions from ‘Einsteinian’ discourse, to the commonest awareness of changing geographical perspectives.
This spatial awareness is much used by the mass media to manipulate the populace via cultural value associations to differing perspectives (e.g. High thrones and low castes )
Time is the passing of events and / or the changes observed over a period.
This measuring of change gives rise to the function of memory.
Memory allows the mapping of change and has developed into a precise science of measurement.
Because change is often not controllable, the developing cultures sought a way to manage and make less dangerous the variability of change.
This was achieved through cultural narratives or stories.
These stories became the cultural mythologies for lives.
Such stories still persist in controlling the way a person sees the world around them !
This projection of narrative onto the world results in many distortions of observation, along with bizarre agendas to influence the world to make it fit their narratives.
This is because the mind attempts to rationalise received experience with the expected narrative conditioned by cultural values.
Where ‘reality‘ conflicts with the narrative, alternate narratives are created to manage the dissonance.
Thus, for every ‘god’s plan‘, there is a ‘devil‘, seeking to undo it.
As the person grows and develops through successive changes both in biology and cognition, so the narratives are changed to compensate.
All cultures have an array of adapted narratives for easing this transition, the most common of which is the Romance narrative for adolescent libidinous development.
The most interesting side effect of this internal narration, is the heavy editing of experience to avoid cognitive dissonance.
Thus all experiences that do not fit in with accepted narratives become airbrushed from history.
Most persons willfully attempt to forget any experience that does not into their narrative.
This often results in the trauma of suppressed memory affecting the functioning of the mind.
This includes depression, anxiety, and other more severe mental health issues.
Human culture and its technology has developed with industrialisation and civilisation, so many narratives have been changed to manage this.
The habituation to a narrative world view has resulted in reduced accuracy of memory of past events similar to a nostalgia for the past and a romantic view of the future.
The classic narrative of ‘progress’ has political and exploitative agendas of conquest and dominion at its core.
The modern populist narratives are invariable in service to the continuation of the power structures of the current social model (story).
In addition to the obvious heavy cost of mental health issues facing the species, and the consequent gullibility, the species is also ignoring its own environmental poisoning.
The species operates within a permanently self-deluded state of narrative processing and management, at the cost of actually living in dynamic with the environment.
This habituation to a ‘reality bubble’ has become the social norm !
The species demonstrates an abundance of retarded mental development and an inability to develop wellbeing.
It is noticeable that the governance of cultural stories is at the mercy of the most predatory of the social group.
Thus the narrative habituation has become an endemic self-enslavement of the minds of the species.
Many attempts have been made through the centuries to introduce new narratives that might foster clarity, and improved functioning and health, into the mindset of the societies.
These have all failed as the governance has adapted with propaganda, and leveraging of cultural biases, to distract attention, and reinforce orthodox narratives.
Accordingly the only remaining viable solution is to awaken the populace to their addiction to narration, and the massive side effects upon them of leading a half-life of dream state, rather than truly experiencing life.
To this end is this document produced.
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