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History is What Matters

Posted by Bob on June 9th, 2011 under Coaching Session, History

There is a similarity between Mommy Professor’s economics and Mommy’s Professor’s history. Mommy Professor can’t make anything, economic or historical, so he wants to talk about distribution. So huge numbers of Mommy Professors can hire on Black History specialists.

Historians who can’t compete on subjects that are important in the past can write books about how Mayan history has been neglected.

The definition of history is everything that ever happened. Almost all of it is neglected. It has to be.

If you knew every public event that the Mayans considered important you wouldn’t know a lot that’s useful.

A guy once argued that it was a black man who developed a particular inside light that was used inside jet cockpits. I asked him if he was actually stating that, if it had not been for that one black, jets that go twice the speed of sound would now be using CANDLES inside?

That was what he had implied.

Decades ago a science fiction story had people all having bad breath and mussed hair because two blacks invented a mouthwash and a shampoo and without them whites would have never found such advances.

Black history has nothing to do with blacks. Black history is an attempt to prove that blacks had a role in REAL history.

In the 1980s Japan was the Miracle People. They had gone from a desperate starving Asian country to top of the world in per capita income with no natural resources. Japan had the key to the New Age, when they were going to break through to a standard of living as high compared to the West as the West was to every economy that ever existed before.

They didn’t. Japan reached the US per capita income in terms of exchange value, but much lower because its prices were higher, and stopped.

Give Japan credit. Communist countries lied desperately but never even claimed to come to more than a percentage of the US per capita income in any terms. Japan did everything they were trying to do.

But the last thing Japan did to accomplish this was to study Japanese history. Their economy was shaped under the Occupation by an American from before the Weakest Generation. They did what we did and got similar results, while Mommy Professor was changing us to an economy that is stagnant at best.

History is not a collection of facts about all the dead end cultures that ever existed.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 06/09/2011 - 9:37 am

    Stories (histories) are inventions like anything else. Even when it least appears so, there has been a process of selection of “facts”. “Consider the Source.” The very first thing christians are told about jesus is genealogy, matthew drones on and on about it, so that and related etymology must be very important. yet, they will turn right around and say where any person or idea comes from does not matter. (all that matters is the soul, even if no white group of christians has every bothered to kill non-white christians b/c they are christians, the way christian white sects will kill each other left and right). jesus’s birthday is the most important day, too, and in the bible, jesus is all about ‘consider the source.’ fruits of the tree tells one to look at the roots. who invents the story is the most important thing about the story, the philosophy and/or people they make a case for and why.

    The people who manipulate that consciously rely deeply on repeaters becoming naturalized, looking natural, through the process of projection and introjection. We are told something, it becomes a premise of “reality”—we select out of random reality, out there, the things we see that fit the word we were told (“white geniuses are the serial killer type”). But why do we so easily delete anomaly in our own consciousness, like the Karl Watts?

    Once the meme is planted, where it re-introjects itself (personally takes on the process of de-selecting what doesn’t fit with the party line), the job is done, and the self-policing goes on.

    Most seem never to have observed this reality of reality formation. One just inoculates with a word virus, basically, seems like, then they, themselves, de-select facts around that word.

    Antidote can be explaining the process and illustrating, or a shot of another word, or comparing visible random reality to their reality, (showing contradictions), but there must be an easier way. Invalidation becomes the issue, (hanging onto a new alter-reality in the face of a world reflecting back something one knows to be wrong), so strategies for fighting invalidation is good, too (finding “like-minded.”)

    Much energy gets focussed on not allowing groups that would reflect back the alternative reality, making people feel more solid in their world view.

    sorry to go on, but do like to think through for myself, so it’s clear.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 06/09/2011 - 9:47 am

    People who can’t make anything are just scary.

  3. #3 by Dave on 06/09/2011 - 10:48 am

    It is so simple for nonwhite people. They confuse form and function.

    Think of the Chinese who Mommy Professor tells us is a rising power.

    The Chinese. The dumbest people on the planet.

    High rise towers were the prestige projects for white people in the 1880s. And then 90 years of stupidity transpired on the Island of Manhattan. The last of these stupidities were the Twin Towers built in the 1970s. The Twin Towers that were uneconomic white elephants from day one. They never paid. They were a blight.

    Then the 9/11 attacks happened and if anyone left in America who needed convincing that high rise towers are a bad idea, they were on that day convinced.

    What is the Island of Manhattan? It is a forest of functionally obsolete, uneconomic, energy glutton buildings. There is nothing worse than the blight of white elephant real estate. White elephant real estate means total ruin. Too expensive to tear down, impossible to make pay. Manhattan is the ruin of New York City. New York City doesn’t have a future.

    White people learned their lesson. Everybody in the white world knows Buckminster Fuller’s simple and completely true dictum: “You measure technological progress simply by how much things weigh.”

    No more crushing high rise towers in America. No more Grand Coulee dams. These things mean economic devastation. Instead, everything in America is going underground. The whole American economy of the future is in underground highly secured data centers with distributed and redundant localized power sources. New buildings are being built with the lightest weight materials available. The buildings are being kept low rise, small, and distributed.

    So what do the Chinese do? Even AFTER 9/11 they throw up more than 100 Islands of Manhattan!!! Without even bothering to assess anything, they take the white man’s prestige projects of the 1880s, and purely because they think that high rises mean power, because that was power for the white man in the 1880s, they engage in incomprehensible economic stupidity. Manically!!!

    Then Mommy Professor tells us that China “is the rising economic power of the future”. China has ALREADY orchestrated its long term economic ruin. China’s future is assured: Total ruin. Count on it.

    Damn, nonwhite people are stupid.

    • #4 by Genseric on 06/10/2011 - 5:45 pm

      We never would have experienced this “Age of Stupidity” IF it were not for the likes of the Alexander Hamiltons of the World. For it is they and their innate, hardwired proclivity for building massive, urbanized centers in which to engage in commerce and promote their centralized government to which we lay blame.

      Thomas Jefferson lost that one alright.

  4. #5 by BGLass on 06/10/2011 - 10:06 am

    “…they take the white man’s prestige projects of the 1880s, and purely because they think that high rises mean power, because that was power for the white man in the 1880s…”

    there IS this endless thing of wanting yesterday’s stuff. In order to understand it, you have to understand envy.

    This is a real drawback for creative people, so they need to have it explained. They really do not experience this, which is the basis of others’ psychology, and they cannot fathom a psychology the only root of which is envy. If the focus is making, creating, furthering, going the next step, etc—- you do look forward not behind. you concentrate on making or thinking or whatever, not knocking others down to get their stuff, or defaming them, which you come to see as a regular part of your job, the gathering dirt, or just copying them, and maybe trying to make it look like you came up with their idea, and so on, so you look good, and so on.

    When a creative type first starts to notice this, it makes no sense. It seems stupid or wrong, or the rip off artist looks mean or unethical. But the underlying principle can continue to escape them throughout their lives—that psychologically the others are different. They are wanting what the creative person is done with, already. To a point, the creative person doens’t even care when they are ripped off, at first—so truly are they focussed on whatever came next, then they feel sort of more abundant and sorry for the others, so what if there is a rip off. for the creative person, it seems there is always more where their stuff came from , in their imagination. And yet, they can be eaten alive. Eventually, the eating blob consumes them.

    Spoke with someone who said he dreamed of his own wine cellar and having a library someday. Finally, I said, maybe if you start reading books with regularity, it would just happen. In fact, people who read a lot don’t ever know what to do with all the accumulating books, and kindle is a 50-50, since so much is not available that more avid readers would seek. Maybe you could find somebody who just actually reads a lot who just is trying to clean their house and maybe you could just get their books.

    Like, at places s/a Strand bookstore in ny, where they sell books by the foot, and even first editions, or leather bound, whatever will make you feel smarter and more posh. You can specify gold lettering on all the spines, and more. In a wine cellar, the point is storing things one could simply drink.

    It’s all very hard to imagine, really.

    For the creative person, imagining envy is the hardest act.

    Book envy is funny. The idea is they used to be more expensive, I guess, in the way back when. And then, that one who had them, had read them, and they actually contained knowledge (again questionable, lol), and that they had intaken that— and so it is the mark of the sage. “I wish people saw me as a wise man, that is my fantasy.”

  5. #6 by Epiphany on 06/10/2011 - 4:18 pm

    I think BGlass is right. Much hatred is based upon envy. Indeed, the entire conception of Democracy is based upon that one emotion. It is really said to listen to others babble about “White Privilege”, since nowadays it is virtually nonexistent. Remember, Henry Ford once commented that most of what passes for History is merely nonsense!

  6. #7 by Epiphany on 06/10/2011 - 4:20 pm

    I am sure that people will discover that European Civilization is much older than previously thought. I keep on thinking about the White Mummies in China. Besides, I almost suspect that most Americans’ ideas about History come from television, which is really an instrument of brainwashing.

  7. #8 by Epiphany on 06/10/2011 - 4:23 pm

    I really think that we can eventually discover more archeological evidence of older and older civilizations all of the time.

  8. #9 by BGLass on 06/11/2011 - 8:30 am

    Horus says if we just start digging where we’re sitting right now that we will probably find way older stuff than anybody showed us so far.

  9. #10 by Epiphany on 07/08/2011 - 3:56 pm

    And the one thing that the mass madia most ignores are the sins of the Communists. Of course, they go on and on about those other people, but not the Communists. Since Communist History is so neglected, it makes me more interested in it. We should not forget about the sins done in the name of Communism– not ever!

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