Insanity is contagious

The delusion decoupled from reality is spread by social contagion (fear of non-conforming) and later via mass psychosis and state enforcement (gulag without the building). Asch’s lines and Moscovici’s blue/green study have proven insanity can be verbally transmitted.

“I’m just as British as you are, fellow white.”

“I’m just as womanly as you are, pregnant lady.”

Magical thinking is psychology’s polite term for insanity.

The cases THEMSELVES are propaganda. To make an example of.

If everyone ignored the tranny shit for ONE YEAR, they’d go ape shit. It’s an outcrop of narcissism, cross-dressers and eunuchs existed during the time of Rome.

Autogynephilia is the fetish of a man forcing you to see him dressed as a woman, then later call him one… and later sleep with him. AA for freaks.

More broadly, they either want access to unavailable (in their mind virginal) unwilling women (rapist, sneaky fucker strategy) or they’re gay and want to trap a straight man (the Queen book was linked here years ago) to take his resources without putting in the female side, because they literally can’t (sneaky fucker, r-select theft).

Why praise Kek? or Is Kek real?

I recently mentioned the 8 primordial gods of Ancient Egypt. Essentially equal, among them Kek (darkness) and Heh (infinity). 4 gods to match 4 goddesses, total equality.
Names of power are well-known in magic(k) groups, but here’s another slant on why we keep winning.
OT: We have middle names to hide us from witches.

“An experienced magician with only a pinch of salt and one word can perform a ritual more powerful than a neophyte reading all the barbarous names he can get his hands on.”

Technically, cooking is witchcraft (cauldron was the typical cooking pot).

Hedge witchcraft is long misunderstood, it was ancient medicine.

“In any case, the belief that sounds and sound combinations have mystical power goes back in the Western Mystery Tradition to the Phoenicians (I was having lunch with such a researcher the other day). The ancients both east and west believed that sound vibration and letter sounds had power. The problem with the Western Mystery Tradition is that much of the specific knowledge about it has been lost/destroyed.”

While discussing potential Satanic cults connected to spirit cooking, I think it wise to distinguish from the 14yo chucking a cinnamon stick into her hot chocolate to make her crush like her back.

“On a conceptual level, there is power in ideas; and names are expressions of ideas, so there is power in them due to that. It’s possible to use the power of ideas without using names, eventually bypassing language completely…………”

This longer explanation is accurate and lives on in pop culture e.g. V for Vendetta’s Ideas are bulletproof. Their vectors are not.
Why does the right keep winning?
From reddit:
“It’s tough to put to words but it’s the essence of gematria and a lot of kabbalah. You examine the meaning of numbers, letters and words (both inherent and artificial) and examine your own personal connections and associated meanings for numbers, letters and words until it all gets so convoluted and connected that the meaning turn meaningless. Then you’re supposed to be able to interact with the living spirits of each letter and number and word.”
A fairly useful summary of the rise of Kekism.
Ironic that it’s Jewish, does the Alt Right have a golem?
If you know your occult stuff, you’ll know it’s actually a Tibetan tulpa.
I’m not saying I believe in this, but it’s a conspiracy about a conspiracy about a…..

Are memes actually magic spells? Chanted by enough people, it must be possible, if you believe in prayer.
We are not accustomed to fleshed-out characters. I think plenty of people online could write a bio for Pepe at this stage. This is unusual. Something to mull.

Magical thinking about a cartoon frog isn’t as bad as thinking Hogwarts is real.

It isn’t as psychotic as believing in Muh Magic Dirt either.

Links: Everybody is racist and incitements to genocide

Linkspam incoming. More rabbits than Watership Down.

Everybody is racist, rejoice! The SJWs have nothing to hang over us right? (Although this explains their rhetorical bizarrely-secular Original Sin argument). Social justice is secular holiness.
Excellent, we can all stop using the word since it means nothing.

“My friend and I didn’t challenge his ‘facts’, but once he left, we reflected that racism could strike even in the most seemingly liberal of spaces.”

Holding all brown people to no human standard compared with whites and expecting them to act like animals; thieving, raping and murdering, isn’t racist? In light of later evidence in this very article, it’s hilarious to pretend he could challenge the facts.

“The researchers measured increased ACC activity in the brains of those viewing painful expressions on the faces
belonging to their own race, but decreased ACC activity when viewing pain in another race, uncovering a racially biased difference in empathetic response to pain in the brain.”

Biology is racist? Wouldn’t that make it… evolved? Biological paradigm, I know, it hurts the head of liberal arts major, but what was the subtitle of Origin of the Species again?

“These results were disturbing [DS: what a scientist], but were they truly due to race alone? Isn’t race just another group that people tend to rally around?”

Nope, dope. Ask forensic anthropologists. They could tell what race you were hundreds of thousands of years from now, dumbo.

“This study suggests that being on a team of people who share your beliefs doesn’t trump the effect of racial bias, at least as measured in the brain by fMRI.”

All the evidence points one way but they continue to swim the opposite. These people are not scientists. Who follow the evidence.

we bury it deep in the subconscious in layers of denial to protect our social reputation. We might explicitly deny our internal reactions, but implicitly we follow their whispered mandates right down the line.”

Why do they keep using this possession metaphor? With racism as the Devil?
It’s like the witch trials, denial as proof. These people are deranged. Where’s the null hypothesis?
Social suppression is a byproduct of political suppression. People don’t want to ruin their lives over having the wrong
opinion for their time and place, because the so-called liberals don’t really follow Article 8 of the Human Rights Act, that says freedom of opinion is a right. An actual right, not a free stuff goody bag of positive claims.

“At least in this study, black people seem to be more equitable in their evaluation of others’ pain, acting in a more race-neutral manner when unconsciously primed.”

I can explain that. Outsider status. Lower social status. They feel more intensely negative affect. She must know this, but she’s clearly trying to skew it as if black people are superior? Das racism.

“As a black woman…”

Oh here we go. Why am I not surprised she hasn’t seen any of this from a neutral standpoint?

“These stereotypes can be so pervasive that even black people can be affected, showing less empathy for each other that they do for white people.”

correction ohuhno idiots
Logic has gone on vacation because these people are insufferable idiots.

“The effects can be so pervasive they aren’t limited to adults, and not even to the brain.”

Sociologist’s fallacy from people who aren’t even sociologists. If you can’t measure it, that doesn’t make it environmental. It makes it measurement error.
Already they want to go in with the brainwashing/social engineering because teachers know better than evolution, right? What could possibly go wrong? It isn’t as if Education majors have practically retarded IQs compared to peers.

“it’s important for us when we think about ways to increase empathy”

See the way they try to rally group support, based on a personal opinion? A baseless one at that? Why should you change it? What arrogance to think you must tamper with evolutionary constructs, how can you know better? Empathy is earned from a sincere connection.
It’s almost as if these people don’t feel true empathy, but an intellectual sympathy compared to the self, like a narcissist. That would explain the socialist cheating in studies, they feel entitled to get one over on the group while mouthing platitudes about unity. Behaviour>Stated Beliefs

‘mortality salience’ points to a selection pressure and natural selection aversion in avoiding death for the insane sake of being nice. Who cares what they think of you, if you’re dead? (And your whole tribe, they forget that. Even chimps are racist -to the outgroup tribes- and commit violent genocide with war, good luck pinning this on ‘culture’.)
How many nice apex predators do you see on the planet…? Might as well search for the Dodo. These people are ill-adapted for any culture not as easy as our present one.

The final paragraph slays me.
“All this means that the average police officer has quite a lot to deal with in terms of preventing racially biased
actions.” No. Their job is law enforcement. Nothing else matters. They are not state entities enforcing state mind control. Nobody has that job. Teachers need to teach the objective curriculum and pass tests, not control their pupil’s opinions and home life (that they have a right to, privacy, according to Article 8). Quit overstepping. Jobsworths like this are tyrants in waiting. Communists called them useful idiots, because they always believed that eventually, they’d be trusted with the reins of power if only they kissed up enough.
As you’d expect from someone with such a low IQ (she can’t use basic logic and fallacies elude her notice), her advice is insipid and irrational. She said earlier that making friends with other races has no effect on the brain’s response set and also self-awareness would kill the evil ghost of racism, when the only conscious control was top-down suppression and overcompensation – that isn’t a natural reaction and cannot replace the instinct for self-preservation. Little known fact: instincts always re-surge, and violently, if we believe history. If the West is so terrible to black people, it’s a wonder all the African Americans (really just Africans, Magic Dirt only works on Dracula) haven’t moved back to their homeland… Ironically, in making out White People to be the problem, even in places they don’t exist or live, they are engaged in their own form of scientific racism, purporting that whites are somehow inferior (culturally, socially, morally).
Obviously. They made it, they own it. Cultural appropriation is one of those rare things SJWs got completely correct. Make your own, cultural welfare (symbolic theft) is wrong.
While it is technically cultural apartheid, there is flagrant disrespect in taking and using symbols and objects and
ideas (non-scientific) that are not one’s own, especially without careful handling and when such things are mocked or perverted (an insult in need of reply).

“Instead of decolonising museums, the new practices echo and reinforce a racial discourse. [DS: whose fault is that?] They present an idea of culture as fixed and immutable – something people own by virtue of biological ancestry. This racial view of the world should trouble us.”

That’s literally the only reason we have a diversity of cultures TO display. These people are never happy.

“It also follows, according to the logic of identity museum practice, that those outside the culture cannot truly understand it because they’ve never experienced it. It’s an approach that creates barriers between people. And also between people and artefacts. It advances the idea that cultures are separate and irreconcilable.”

A special kind of stupid.

“But handing over the right to narrate history to those with the approved ethnicity is not the way that knowledge works.”

Cultural symbols, subjective, not knowledge. They belong to those who created them and imbued them with meaning, like a sigil.

“There must be universal access. [DS; citation? reason?] That is how questions can be explored, and old forms of authority challenged.”

SJW Entryism at its finest. Let them in. Let them destroy you from the inside. We tried to warn you. Cultural Marxism doesn’t care. It is a prion disease – self-perpetuating to destruction by way of madness.

“It creates an idealised version of the past – one that never accounts for itself, because it cannot be questioned.”

They want to rewrite the past, trust these people…

“all kinds of information about past indigenous people, particularly religion, is now deemed ‘culturally sensitive’ and unsuitable for public discussion in these museums”

– because they’ll be disgraced as ‘racist’ and have funding withdrawn for going into the gory details of savagery and
depravity of raping babies to cure disease and eating them because they’re too dumb to grow crops and live in the desert knowing crops can’t grow but expecting them to, magically. Hell, Brit Druids used to sacrifice people for a good harvest, everyone has skeletons. Who wants to hear their ancestor was a monster?

Yet more genocide. Ask: Do these people really have the child’s best interests at heart? Knowing the Romanian Orphanage Studies, etc? Knowing the psychiatric problems caused by separation and proven conclusively? Rabbits thrive when their competition suffers, remember that.
Article 2(e)

“Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.”
As covered here:
Incitement to this (and other) genocide is a crime, per se. Round ’em up, boys. Round. ‘Em. Up.

  • “Third, the superficial connection between colour and culture would be severed. Racism would be wiped out. Racial ghettos would disappear; children of all races would live in all neighbourhoods.”

The delusion is strong. ….Based on WHAT? Sky fairies? Wood nymphs? WHAT.

“genetic chauvinism”

This term again.

omg why no facepalm god ugh wut

I feel it will be popping up a lot as HBD findings hit the MSM. The truth is bigoted, you know. Science is the tool of the Patriarchy because it exposes professional liars. Like, say, how distant twins have similar life outcomes and parenting has hardly any positive effect on the child (although there can be harm, obviously)? How identical twins raised by different parents (adopted by strangers) embody the phrase: blood will out, because genetics triumphs over local pressures? The Cinderella Effect, no? Nothing? No admission or twinge of guilt?
nb. Hence my coverage on the human rights violation and a slavery of our time: politely referred to as ‘forced adoption’. There are plenty of cases of care homes (child, special, elderly) abusing their charges coming out and more to come, I’m sure.

Btw, anyone interested by these topics:

I’ve heard good things about that course, it isn’t all saccharine ego stroking.

Onto a global topic.

Saving the world doesn’t work.
For those considering the genocide in MENA among others.

“Nearly 200 states signed on. Many scholars, activists and NGOs are guided by the ‘responsibility to protect’ doctrine. They point to the 2005 UN endorsement as evidence that it has become a norm that is global and enforceable.
Unfortunately, these lofty claims have no basis in reality. To begin with, R2P cannot be enforced.”

nb. Agenda 21 amusingly refers to native populations and the duty to protect them, pity it isn’t applied equally.

Postmodern law. Where genocide is good? You can’t outrun a gun.

It’s a con, like those Get Rich By Blogging people. It’s a diary. They’re adult men who keep an online diary.

Inattention and immorality
It’s about respect for elders and traditions, except present elder are Boomers, who have no traditions to pass on. That might be the problem.
‘an epidemic erosion of attention is a sure sign of an impending dark age’

The teachers don’t want to do their job and instill values like concentration (parents neither, but teachers are supposed to be trained and get paid for this).

Psychiatrist: fuck feelings

clapping well done you tony

Adults who want to be handled with kid gloves can indeed fuck right off.

Say you’ve been to therapy, or bought a self-help book, or thought about doing either of those things. You may be wondering, “Why can’t I be happy?” “Why do I have such bad luck?” or “Why is my boss so unfair?”

One shrink has a novel solution: “F–k happy. F–k self-improvement, self-esteem, fairness, helpfulness and everything in between.”

Because if you can set aside all of these obsessions, you might be able to simply accept that there are lots of things you can’t change — and get over it.

Grow up.

That’s the message of the new book “F*ck Feelings” (Simon & Schuster), whose authors combine different skill sets for what amounts to the Ice Bucket Challenge of self-help books. The writers who would like to dump a gallon of ice chunks all over your confused little skull are Dr. Michael Bennett, a Harvard Medical School-trained psychiatrist, and his comedy-writer daughter Sarah Bennett, who used to contribute to the improv act the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. So if the book doesn’t fix your life, at least you may get a laugh out of it.

Whenever you have an insoluble “Why?” in your life, the Bennetts offer, the solution is to stop asking the question. “The answer you’ll get from your Maker, when you finally meet Him or Her and get to ask why,” they write, “is the same one you got from your mother when she didn’t know the answer and didn’t want to waste time — ‘because I said so. Now go make yourself useful.’ ”
And don’t expect anyone (except your mother) to pay attention when you’re describing your pains and sorrows.

In the chapter “F–k Self-Esteem,” the Bennetts mock the idea that feeling good about yourself is “an essential vitamin to take before you can gain control of your life.”

All it does is create r-selected Little Emperor sluts (inc. men).

Forget that: “Enjoy bursts of confidence when you can and take credit for your hard work, but beware making confidence a goal, because that implies control, responsibility and blame when you can’t make it happen . . . Instead, assume you’re stuck with s- -t.” So do your best to survive, try not to add to your troubles, and behave as if you like yourself.

A more pressing problem no one is doing anything about is ESE: Excessive Self-Esteem. “It would help humanity a lot more if those suffering from ESE adjusted their self-admiration to more reasonable levels,” the Bennetts write. If only Oprah would do shows entitled, “You’re not that great!”

Useful as the book is in counteracting therapy-speak — it amounts to a nourishing slap in the face for those who need to be shocked out of their crybaby habits — it’s really more important than that. Because the way Americans think about civic life is as flawed as the way we think about our own lives.

The book supplies lists of “things you wish for and can’t have” contrasted with “things you can aim for and actually achieve.” For instance, you wish you could have a “an improved heart free of hate, envy, fear and general ugliness.” Fat chance, buddy. What can you actually achieve? “Act decently in spite of the way you really feel” and “bear the pain of living with ugly feelings.”

I vaguely recall a book being written on this subject already. How to be a good person with a life of meaning.
I believe, now, don’t quote me on this, but I believe it was the Best Selling Book of All Time. Or something. Called The Bible? I think. Maybe.

If Americans ever reached that stage, it would be a natural next step for everyone to think: Hey, other people have feelings I consider ugly. I guess I’ll have to deal with that instead of trying to shut them up, or pretending I need a “safe space” where I can retreat from, say, Christina Hoff Sommers. Sommers’ speech at Oberlin last spring, in which she said “rape culture” on college campuses is overstated, caused a tiny tantrum among infantile students who warned of “toxic, dangerous, and/or violent” people, as though the scholar’s speech contained arsenic or bullets.

lol laughing rdj tony stark heehee haha

TLP, is that you?
Game recognize game. 

Even more important is the chapter, “F–k Fairness.” Sure, watching bad guys suffer makes for great entertainment, but the Bennetts warn about “the amount of evil you can cause by pursuing fairness.” You can’t undo all of the bad things that happen, at least not in this life. “You need to know when to accept the fact that you’ve been f–ked and know when fighting will get you further f–ked,” is the colorful way the Bennetts put it.

Rumination is toxic for the body. I’m not playing. It really is.
This books sound awfully stoic, I may need to add it to my list.

That is sound advice when it comes to your personal life — sorry your Daddy hit you and you didn’t get to hit him back, but there’s nothing you can do about it now. But it also goes for your existence as a citizen. Putting your psychic energy on a politician who promises an end to all the bad stuff that’s happened in the past, or who heralds a new law that is going to prevent bad stuff from happening in the future, or creates a sparkly new agency that is going to protect you from your own stupidity? F–k that.

Yeah, this is going on the list.
Anyone above the age of about 10 who believes in magical solutions should be legally ruled a minor.

Denying reality: The Gnostic Left


As George Weigel notes in his recent National Affairs article entitled “Reality and Public Policy,” in 2007, Spain’s Zapatero government enacted legislation allowing men to change themselves into women and women into men by simply declaring one’s newly recognized sex, with or without surgical alterations. The new man or woman could then be issued new national identity card reflecting the gender of choice. Weigel concludes, “It is hard to imagine a more explicit expression of personal willfulness overpowering natural givenness.”

In other words, reality be damned. The purely good will and spirit within the individual is to prevail over common sense and human tradition since time immemorial. I may look like a woman and actually be a biological woman, but if I decide I’m a man, who are you to question my inner light? Who are you to resist my truth about myself? As millions of American children are taught every day, “You can be anything you choose to be.”

As Weigel writes, “Reality may be, and often is, unpleasant. But policies rooted in a failure to grasp reality are dangerous, and too often deadly. […] A culture convinced that everything is malleable and that there are no givens in personal or public life is not a culture likely to sustain serious debates about serious public-policy options.

Oh, how the 22nd century will mock us!