Monday, 27 October 2014

Luverly, luverly, luverly.

One of the interesting ways of viewing total war is as the ultimate market clearing mechanism. However this is a view espoused by fools who actually believe there is such a thing as money, free trade and markets. When one realises that these are simply the manifestations of a genetic imperative made manifest through humanities’ random instructed walks then a deeper fundamentalism is needed to place the coincidal actions witnessed and the passive homicidal beliefs, sensible.

TotalWar24/7 as a mental emetic and spiritual prophylactic is a much more accurate description I’d say of awareness as witness.

A couple of good reads for today whilst the believer based theoconomy swallows all into the irrational halls of theotre.

@Cannon. Gary Webb, redux: The press controllers

“3. The conspiracy entertainment complex. (That useful term was coined by the proprietor of Rigorous Intuition.) The Clown-King of this surreal realm is, of course, Alex Jones. We're talking about an infuriating gaggle of high-decibel screwballs and bleary-eyed Illuminati-spotters who think that they're the hippest of the hip, even though they unwittingly serve as faithful functionaries of the American intelligence establishment. The conspiracy entertainment complex exists to bring discredit to anyone who questions the worldview presented by the mainstream media and the Fox Newsers.”

@Moore. Mind control: Orwell, Huxley, and Today’s Reality

“The real purpose behind the cult is revealed in a press release on the movement website, entitled, 

‘The Zeitgeist Movement defined: realizing a new train of thought’. Here Joseph expands the gospel, going beyond ‘revealing the truth’, and venturing into envisioning the transformed world that the movement aims to help create. Here are three key points from Prophet Joseph’s vision, with emphasis added:
2): The Scientific Worldview: The essay explores how the development of the scientific method has altered human perception and the critical importance of its recognition and larger order application, specifically with respect to the social system.
(5): The Case for Human Unity: This essay explores the reasoning for a unified global society along with tracing the source of national divisions and propensities for conflict. A relevant point is made regarding the advancement of technological warfare and how the dangers of keeping biased economic boundaries as we have could lead to rapid destruction as time moves forward.
(9): Market Efficiency vs Technical Efficiency: This essay argues the difference between true scientific (or technical) efficiency and the business practice of “market efficiency,”

showing how the latter actually works against true economic optimization.”