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Dr. Jenner and Mantra Thinking

Posted by Bob on July 21st, 2012 under Coaching Session


I have trouble instantly coming up with examples. But a very good example of “Why is this information produced?” occurred to me.

We used to say that the fashion industry was run by queers. This was one of those Lowah Clahss remarks that was not true. Then came AIDS. The fashion makers were nearly wiped out.

Then, about twenty years ago, Barbara Walters started talking about “Why is it that gay men especially have such talent when it comes to designing?” If she had said that twenty years before, she would have been a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews. But after the AIDS epidemic, it was no longer a question about who were designers.

So the information manufactured had to be “Yes, gays ARE the fashion industry. So why are they so GIFTED?”

If you find white men dominating, the required discussion is how they are discriminating to keep out non-whites.

We all KNOW that. But I can’t even get BUGS people to THINK that way.

Ok, what would a consistently well-paid have said on the same subject in the 1960s, before AIDS?

I can tell you exactly. He would give a smirk and say “I know what the Lowah Class says about how it’s all queers in the fashion industry.”

Then he would announce that “They did a study and found that fashion has the lowest percentage of homosexuals of almost anything>“

I heard them say it!

Repeatedly!

But it is very frustrating that YOU don’t think that way. Instead of Mantra type insights I get too many lectures about how society works and names and stuff.

Another example. In the story of Doctor Jenner and vaccination, it always begins with “Everybody had long seen that cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.”

Let me repeat that: “Everybody had long seen that cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.”

Let me repeat that: “Everybody had long seen that cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.”

George Washington was stricken sterile by the same smallpox that killed his brother. Academic medicine bled him to death when he got pneumonia.

A major portion of each generation was hideously marked by smallpox. Millions died of it.

And everybody knew that “Cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.”

The did not know that people who read Galen could cure it. They didn’t know that a person who read Greek and could cast your astrological chart could cure it.

“Everybody had long seen that cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.”

Could somebody PLEASE get off explaining The State of the World to me and tell me what is wrong in the sentences above?

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  1. #1 by Jason on 07/21/2012 - 7:32 am

    I’ll admit to being dumb. I don’t quite see what is wrong with the sentence about smallpox (at least the sentence itself), except that people were not paying attention to what they saw with their own eyes and putting 2 and 2 together. They put sacred texts above experience.

    Another example to me is that in the 70s we were told there were NO differences between men and women – to say so was a sign you were backward. Then, in the 90s, they started saying men and women WERE different because women were more empathetic, nurturing, in other words, women were BETTER. The message changed because now the agenda was to demote males below females.

    Deeper is the fact that we get talked out of what we see with our own eyes. People know blacks do not behave like Whites. No White person wants to spend time in an all black neighborhood. But the same Whites will SAY we are all one human race and get emotional if challenged.

    There must be a module in the brain that says it is more important to conform to the tribal chief than to state what you really see. It is more important to actually believe what you are TOLD rather than what you SEE. At one time, those humans who “shut up and got with the program” must have outbred those who thought for themselves.

  2. #2 by Feu denfer on 07/21/2012 - 8:33 am

    “Everybody had long seen that cow milking maids didn’t get smallpox.” covers up that the PHYSICIAN Edward Jenner built on the EXPERIMENTS of the FARMER Benjamin Jesty while the EXPERTS where busy KILLING people following the THEORIES of BIG NAMES.

  3. #3 by six gun on 07/21/2012 - 11:00 am

    I finished looking at this 10 part video series on youtube about Western propaganda from North Korean. Of course it is propaganda about propaganda but if you mentally edit out the North Korean BS, it makes an interesting watch.

    It goes on about something like people being sold wrinkle cream in adverts by models who never had any wrinkles which tests show 8 out of 10 women allegedly said reduced their wrinkles but even after years of applying this snake oil NOBODY ever saw anyone who had any less wrinkles. They are still buying this $20 goo that costs 2 cents a pot to make which they know doesn’t work and the goo factories keep making $millions.
    Beyond belief.
    But 8 out of 10 women said it worked
    What sort of psycho Black man would believe that.

    I mean who would have believed that people used to pay the respectable doctor a guinea for him to let their loved one’s life blood out which NOBODY ever saw made anyone better, whilst at the same time they KNEW the simple milkmaid next door had never caught smallpox, would never catch smallpox and all of her ilk never caught smallpox either. The respectable doctors made a packet.
    Beyond belief.
    But a guy 2000 years ago in a dress said it worked.
    What sort of psycho Black man would believe that.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 07/21/2012 - 12:12 pm

    Our intellectuals faced with the problems like this go into unnecessary long spiels. They simply do not understand the necessity of throwing the spear like the Romans did.

    I’m am going to be quite honest with you fine folk I think I basically routed the Blank Slate Theory from respectability (it is our generations Humors theory). Our intellectuals have done all the work in debunking the BST yet they failed in debunking the BST, because they never threw the spear into the ranks of its believers to break them up into individuals who could be chopped down.

    Here is the short spear; “The BST is bunk, there simply is no proof that it exists, and those that propigate it are frauds.” The people left believing in the BST are wife beaters who just won’t stop beating their wives, oh what to do with them?

    Sorry for the long winded BS folks, but don’t you find similarities with this example and what you do with the Mantra?

  5. #5 by Scythian on 07/21/2012 - 4:19 pm

    Why don’t white liberals vote like their beloved colored companions – strictly along racial and ethnic lines? Do white liberals think they are superior, more “sophisticated” than their beloved colored companions? Why won’t white liberals be more like the coloreds they always stick up for? because they want the coloreds to be more like them, why? Do they think themselves superior? while calling me a “white supremacist” for demanding segregation? These are the same dipsticks who want to go into black neighborhoods to “bring culture” and decorate the place!

    I remember right after 9/11 some top federal security official who is Asian said security won’t be based on race – so they’d randomly pull over 1 out of 10 – so I guy who looked like Bin Ladin and was ready to blow himself up and everybody else could basically play Russian roulette b/c the white grandmother was just as likely to be pulled over. Now since blacks and mulattoes commit most crime, wouldn’t a better policy of saving lives be to pull over 1 out of every 10 blacks and mulattoes?

  6. #6 by Gavin on 07/22/2012 - 12:58 am

    I do think this way sometimes Bob.

    …but thinking is work, it’s easier to go with what has been suggested to you rather than actually thinking it out yourself.

    People lack confidence to say the obvious. They feel safer sticking to what has been said before.

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