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Lysenko Lesson II

Posted by Bob on January 5th, 2011 under Coaching Session

Lysenko Lesson I explained how the suppression of free speech in the USSR led Stalin to force millions of already near starving peasants to plant summer wheat in the winter. Where there is no free speech, the word “experiment” is banned.

So Lysenko’s declaration that summer wheat would LEARN to be winter wheat if planted for the winter was not a theory to be subjected to small-scale experiments before it was unleashed to starve millions of peasants.

Lysenko’s statements were Marxist Orthodoxy. To experiment with it would have been a crime.

Lysenko Lesson II is how Stalin came to turn all of Soviet agriculture over to a basket case.

There WERE trained professional geneticists in the USSR. In the 1930s the Medicogenetical Institute of Moscow conducted the most complete identical twin test in history to compare the influence of heredity and environment.

These real geneticists were not innocent lambs. They used the fact that in an Oriental Despotism like Stalin’s they could take newborns from parents and separate them into different environments. Since the newborns have the same genes, this is the best test of simple environment versus heredity.

These geneticists were not only not innocent, they were really suicidal. This giant test proved what all valid identical tests prove, that a child raised in a literate home and its twin raised in a peasant home are still enormously alike.

This test is discussed in Garrett Hardin’s Nature and Man’s Fate. As Lysenko Lesson III will point out, it has been flushed down Mommy Professor’s Memory Hole, so don’t come back and say you can’t find it.

The reason these geneticists were suicidally stupid is that by the 1930s, when they came out with their results, the greatest enemy of Communists was one Adolf Hitler. Hitler believed in heredity.

Marxism is based on the idea that all human institutions are the direct result of economic exploitation. In plain English, Marxism says that, when it comes to political ideology, genes do not exist.

A few years after Hitler’s rise to power in Germany, the Medicogenetical Institute announced that the determining factor in human beings was genetics.

They did this under STALIN!

The head of the Institute was arrested, given the usual right to an attorney and no water boarding from the NKVD, later the KGB, and then, as Garrett Hardin put it, “Confessed his ideological error and was shot.”

Stalin did not look among other professional geneticists for a replacement. He abolished genetics, and Lysenko was just the ideological nutcase to turn it over to.

Thus endeth Lysenko Lesson II: There is absolutely nothing so silly a Mommy Professor fanatic will not enforce it.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 01/05/2011 - 8:25 am

    The most interesting thing is the “peasants” (seemingly half the time, they wind up being fleeing middle managers) and what goes through their minds as they plant the winter wheat in summer.

    And that’s how it is in talking to Americans today. At first, there is the sense that stepping away from dissimulating and nodding dutifully will get one shot, (lobotomized, electric shocked, thought-reformed, re-educated, long-term re-habbed, sent back for the sensitivity training, etc.)— but then comes the seemingly genuine schizoid lying.

    “But mommy, that’s winter wheat!” “Shut up and go to your room!” Generations have been raised on this non-sensical conversation. “But daddy, that’s winter wheat!” “Don’t you have something better to do? Can’t you make yourself useful? Do some charity work for the church! People are starving around here, you know!” “But daddy, if we plant that winter wheat it will just get worse!” “I think you have ADD! You’re going to get that Ritalin!”

    By the age of five, most American kids have had this conversation thousands of times at least. If they don’t, if something more is said— they enter the world as the “sane person in an insane world” and are usually even more vulnerable b/c of it. Something is wrong, nothing makes sense, and no one will help them. Everyone else learned to dissimulate properly, to not think and not mind not doing so, or at least to master the cultivated blank gaze, the unseeing eyes and edgy giggle or whatever. The perfect airhead persona always chatting up how wonderful everything is which translates into “leave me the fuck alone.” Or going moony-eyed over cheesy pop songs which at least seem to notice something is going on here, even if fantasy, phasing out, drugging are the usually offered solution to it all.

    “But daddy, why are we drugging all the little kids? Why were little kids not drugged fifty years ago so much? Do they hate little kids? If so many people home school, they seem to not like schools, why do I go to one if it’s bad? Why do we always hang out with all those asian people even though you don’t really like them? If you don’t like people, why do have to pretend they are your friends? Daddy, in the movies, there used to be a lot of people like us, but now there aren’t any, what happened to them? Was it something bad? And on and on.

    Well: “Fake it until you make it.” Even now, some rehabs tell them what to do, and it may be the best advice out there, even if it is winter wheat.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 01/05/2011 - 8:44 am

    Oh— That is, unfortunately maybe, why so many will laugh at WL Pierce’s idea to “work in more technical occupations.” It worked for him. Even if one never heard of Lysenko (which I hadn’t) or Pierce (which I hadn’t)— “hard science” and “avoiding humanities programs” is no way out, not really. Turning off t.v. does not make it go away.

    Last night, Beck gave the lecture about healing one’s own self. He, himself, was going to his big penthouse, having an isolationist dinner, and then praying. Gee, if only everyone did that!

    Well, they won’t. And the children raised s/a that will walk out the door some day—into some writhing Calcutta porn film on the street. The Ostrich babies. Children of those who live with heads covered in sand.

  3. #3 by BGLass on 01/05/2011 - 8:53 am

    One more thing: So many strategies are out there for what to do (take drugs, drug your kids so they will quit asking you so many uncomfortable questions which irk you and cause you cognitive dissonance, work 24/7, isolate and pray like Beck does, go in for re-tuning in back-to-school whether re-hab or college—)–

    But nobody even thinks this is weird. When so many people talk about this many strategies for just merely “getting through”—SOMETHING IS WRONG, one would imagine, lol.

    Nobody takes the mega step.

    If they claim to be christians, it’s best to point out that this PROVES they have no real faith and are only worried for their own skin, and jesus would spit on them, and the version of “god” they’ve chosen to buy is a farce, obviously, and all the blood of it is on their hands. They may as well be Pilot, himself. And then the mantra.

    It’s great that moralistic Beck was praying in a penthouse with his kids last night (if he really did)—but what about THEM? What about them later? Are they supposed to stay locked up praying and food stocking if they have kids someday, too?

  4. #4 by Dave on 01/05/2011 - 11:01 am

    You have to remember that the academy (Mommy Professor’s world) is a giant sink hole for the disappearance of large sums of unearned money.

    Nobody talks about this much, not even the suffering and exploited students. They all want to talk about the banks and the parasitism of their C-level people and traders.

    Contrary to popular opinion, banks are incredibly transparent. Everybody knows exactly what is going on. The corruption, though unpunished, is exposed.

    Not so with Mommy Professor. The Professorate is a magnet for dangerous personalities who are deeply tuned and hardwired into the political role of men in robes. The academy is the pond where they hang out.

    This is a constant of history – globally.

    These “wanna wear robes” types have this attraction to the ruthless bullies who actually exercise governmental power (which at heart is the power to tax and spend). What they all have in common is their parasitism. They collectively become incredibility polished at furnishing cover for their parasitic abuse of whole populations. Their misdirection of attention from the facts is their primary method.

    The bully has to prevent even one instance of justice from transpiring. This is the Anglo Saxon legal system today. Because it has all devolved into a game of raw power, the regime of strong arm bullying dare not show any cracks.

    This is why under extreme circumstances it devolves into programs of outright mass murder.

  5. #5 by Simmons on 01/05/2011 - 1:48 pm

    The word we are all looking for here is “responsibility.”

    When that word is used with a zombie like cultist or bully (little if any diference) it sharpens their minds.

    The Mantra touches on this without using the word itself.

  6. #6 by BGLass on 01/05/2011 - 4:53 pm

    “They collectively become incredibility polished at furnishing cover for their parasitic abuse of whole populations. Their misdirection of attention from the facts is their primary method….”

    For sheer body count, the latching on of colleges to hospitals combined with the university-press circuit may be the worst. I used to wonder why someone didn’t use some form of anti-trust business to try to break up the thing where the press creates diagnoses, the students are told to always look for whatever it is, etc., the circularity of the process, the mass amounts of ill health arising, and endless evidence of iatrogenic cases, even to the common eye. But never heard of anyone calling this institutional matrix anti-trust, or any health debate discussing it.

  7. #7 by Gator61 on 01/05/2011 - 6:10 pm

    I was listening to NPR today. Some guy who had written a book about cloning dogs was being interviewed by an old liberal woman. The subject of nature vs nurture came up. The old liberal woman went on and on in a very authoritative voice about how twin studies showed nurture was more important.

    Why doesn’t anyone ever challenge these people?

  8. #8 by BGLass on 01/05/2011 - 7:24 pm

    Idk, but every time s/a thing occurs, one can call it a Comrade Lensenko moment and make Comrade Lensenko a household name. Like, ‘that was so Comrade Lenseko!” It stands for any totally obvious psycho self-defeating move. Even the mantra could not have helped him! Far gone.

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