Conspiracy? Inhuman Anthropology?
There’s no such thing as a lipid bilayer membrane.
Or a sodium-potassium pump
Or a lock-and-key receptor.
Or autoimmune diseases.
It’s all Fake News concocted by Cultural Archetypes pretending to be Science Necromancy.
Grab your wallet and make a break for the door whenever you hear such fictional anatomy & physiology.
Most of our Mainstream Medicine is connected to …
1) biological warfare
2) chemical warfare
3) nuclear warfare
Examples of each are …
Even our internet is connected to warfare …
The ARPANET was developed by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Our dark net is connected to warfare …
Tor (The Onion Router) was developed by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.
(Anyone who actually believes the Tor anonymity network is really anonymous has been reading too many fairy tales.)
Is this a conspiracy or is it inhuman anthropology?
My money goes on Door Number 2.
Maybe it’s because I’m an Ecological Anthropologist & Tourist.
Or maybe it’s because I studied Gurdjieff and Ouspensy and Nicoll and Bennett and Collin.
Or maybe it’s because I know The Matrix is Everywhere.
Or maybe it’s because Jyot Niranjan is only the beginning of our journey upward and onward through the fog.
What the heck is inhuman anthropology?
It’s anthropology that’s been bureaucratized, homogenized, and ultimately globalized.
It’s the Descent of Man disguised as the Ascent of Man.
It’s Logic and Order over Eros and Chaos and Vitality.
Inhuman doesn’t mean inhumane, cruel, or dastardly (although it can be).
Inhuman means dehumanized and robotized.
The Creation takes over the Creator.
The warden is just as much a prisoner of a penitentiary as the prisoners.
What’s the difference between a bird in a golden cage and one in a brass cage?
Would it have made a difference if Thomas Anderson had been promoted to CEO of Meta Cortex instead of escaping The Matrix as Neo?
What if Thomas Anderson had been made mayor of Capital City?
Who killed all those security guards? Was it Neo or was it Thomas Anderson?
John Taylor Gatto (The Underground History of American Education, Revised Edition, 2006) wrote …
“My worry was about finding a prominent ally to help me present this idea that inhuman anthropology is what we confront in our institutional schools, not conspiracy. The hunt paid off with the discovery of an analysis of the Ludlow Massacre by Walter Lippmann in the New Republic of January 30, 1915. Following the Rockefeller slaughter of up to forty-seven, mostly women and children, in the tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow, Colorado, a congressional investigation was held which put John D. Rockefeller Jr. on the defensive. Rockefeller agents had employed armored cars, machine guns, and fire bombs in his name. As Lippmann tells it, Rockefeller was charged with having the only authority to authorize such a massacre, but also with too much indifference to what his underlings were up to. ‘Clearly,’ said the industrial magnate, ‘both cannot be true.’
“As Lippmann recognized, this paradox is the worm at the core of all colossal power. Both indeed could be true. For ten years Rockefeller hadn’t even seen this property; what he knew of it came in reports from his managers he scarcely could have read along with mountains of similar reports coming to his desk each day. He was compelled to rely on the word of others. Drawing an analogy between Rockefeller and the czar of Russia, Lippmann wrote that nobody believed the czar himself performed the many despotic acts he was accused of; everyone knew a bureaucracy did so in his name. But most failed to push the knowledge to its inevitable conclusion: If the czar tried to change what was customary he would be undermined by his subordinates. He had no defense against this happening because it was in the best interests of all the divisions of the bureaucracy, including the army, that it — not the czar — continue to be in charge of things. The czar was a prisoner of his own subjects. In Lippmann’s words:
“This seemed to be the predicament of Mr. Rockefeller. I should not believe he personally hired thugs or wanted them hired. It seems far more true to say that his impersonal and half-understood power has delegated itself into unsocial forms, that it has assumed a life of its own which he is almost powerless to control … His intellectual helplessness was the amazing part of his testimony. Here was a man who represented wealth probably without parallel in history, the successor of a father who has, with justice, been called the high priest of capitalism … Yet he talked about himself on the commonplace moral assumptions of a small businessman.'”
Rockefeller was on what stage of Will Power?
What about Morpheus? Or Neo? Or Agent Smith? Or The Oracle?
Read my Aug. 23, 2012 One Radio Network blog entry — “The Eight Stages of Volition (Will Power).”