Embrace the virtual without thinking ignore the images of the operating rooms where the desperate humans get arms chopped off, replaced with cyborg limbs, forget that the machine is cancer, or that a mini-black hole could be coming forget that the economy is collapsing from the top, that too much damage has been done for this not to be a sure catastrophe.
Keep not demanding answers. Don't let your thoughts stray too far, don't let them conceive of things larger than you. Forget that those windows and balconies are fake, live the Disney architecture, live the car, live the Internet, live the non-fate.
I love how the government and the media hastens to tell everyone that the number is "distorted" by heavy layoffs in the auto industry. This reflects the government's general view that the auto industry and the people who work in it no longer exist; their plight is a lingering nuisance that unfortunately "distorts" data. We can't have that. Not now, when the "recession" is over, the recovery is underway and we're going to 15,000 on the Dow. People need to get in line.
(NOTE: The United States is in the beginnings of a Great Depression. There will be no lasting recovery.)
Things are revealed as great betrayals, power structures become alarmingly naked, utopias glimmer in distant valleys, automobiles kicking up dust, circling roundabouts in Moscow Idaho for eternity.
Knowledge of our civilization's complicity with the Soviets and Nazis, knowledge of industrialism's ideological totality, is enough to drive one insane to distrust, in this present age, all of reality.
And came up with this crystal, a book about the American influences on the Soviet Union. So apparently our culture was adored, baseball was briefly made into the national sport of Russia, and 100s of American companies realized the First Five-Year Plan for Stalin. That last point is considerabe, as Stalin's most oft-used architect, Albert Kahn, was also the foremost architect of America - known as the builder of Detroit.
During the First Five-Year-Plan, Kahn built 521 factories for Stalin, a merciless number. The communists paid massive commissions, and by 1933, after only three years of work, Kahn had taken in triple his revenues of the past thirty years in America.
A lot more on this bizarre historical episode in the coming days.
"There is today one state," wrote Hitler, "in which at least weak beginnings toward a better conception [of immigration] are noticeable. Of course, it is not our model German Republic, but the United States."
Hitler was an admirer of America's eugenics establishment, which was a combination of capital from the Carnegie and Rockefeller Foundations and crackpot racial ideologies of autonomous Anglo-Saxon occults in California. Thousands of innocent people were forcibly sterilized under eugenics programs. Euthanasia and "gas chambers'" were proposed by American eugenicists as "solutions."
"I have studied with great interest," he told a fellow Nazi, "the laws of several American states concerning prevention of reproduction by people whose progeny would, in all probability, be of no value or be injurious to the racial stock."
Spock would not approve of this reasoning from Vice-President Biden. Here he is speaking - garrulously as usual - at a townhall meeting on the health care bill:
"We’re going to go bankrupt as a nation,” Biden said.
“Now, people when I say that look at me and say, ‘What are you talking about, Joe? You’re telling me we have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt?’” Biden said. “The answer is yes, that's what I’m telling you.”
But Biden isn't wrong. Understand that this is the logic of the entire global economic system. The debt must be expanded to prevent it from collapsing. The bubbles must be blown bigger to stop them popping. Artificial inflation must be ignited to keep prices from ever ticking down.
You can be certain of one thing. It won't end well.
As for a new government health care system, which Biden was talking about, I believe it's an absolute necessity. The current mostly private system is increasingly exorbitant for those included in it, and useless for the dozens of millions excluded.
But with the TARP slush fund and the bailouts and the endless Fed borrowing, leveraging and money-printing having robbed the country of its last iota of real assets, how can a new health care system be built? How will any of the important projects of the future, like space travel and sustainable energy, be afforded? They won't be.
"At this stage, supercapitalism finds its inspiration and its justification in a utopia: the utopia of unlimited consumption. Supercapitalism's ideal is the standardization of the human race from the cradle to the grave. Supercapitalism wants all babies to be born exactly the same length so that the cradles can be standardized and all children persuaded to like the same toys. It wants all men to don the very same uniform, to read the same book, to have the same tastes in films, and to desire the same so-called labor-saving devices. This is not the result of caprice. It inheres in the logic of events, for only thus can supercapitalism make its plans."
Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Illuminati, was a Freemason who had as his goal "a New World Order, which meant the abolition of all monarchical governments and religions." He was important enough to be addressed by Thomas Jefferson, who wrote:
As Weishaupt lived under the tyranny of a despot and priests, he knew that caution was necessary even in spreading information, and the principles of pure morality. This has given an air of mystery to his views, was the foundation of his banishment.... If Weishaupt had written here, where no secrecy is necessary in our endeavors to render men wise and virtuous, he would not have thought of any secret machinery for that purpose.
Just like Jefferson, Weishaupt was a Deist. He said: "I did not bring Deism into Bavaria more than into Rome. I found it here, in great vigour, more abounding than in any of the neighboring Protestant States. I am proud to be known to the world as the founder of the Illuminati."
Then there's the Thule Society, another secret cult formed in Bavaria around 1918, during the short life of the breakaway Bavarian Soviet Republic. Here's the council-state's stark flag:
The Thule Society, being anti-Enlightenment, was the Illuminati's ideological opposite. It met in Munich's Four Seasons hotel and attempted a couple of coups against the Bavarian Soviet Republic.
It espoused beliefs in an ancient Aryan race (possibly from Plato's Atlantis) and the Hollow Earth. It had intimate contact with Madame Blavatsky, the founder of Theosophy - an eerie brand of mysticism popular worldwide at the time.
Note the swastika in the Thule seal:
In 1919, the Thule Society fused right-wing factions into the German Workers' Party. Adolf Hitler joined and renamed it the Nazi Party a year later.
Power is a warm bubble or rosy echoes in space from a musical star, or the veins in a leaf a thrust in fencing, a well-handled car - when power is noble, it is a people's pooled love. Today, places of power the world over are pits of tar and blood.