“Where had humans soared when they looked upwards to the sky? They had seen God, they had seen the sun, they had seen warmth; and what else? They saw the limitlessness of space. Now when science turns humans from staring upwards at the Universe, towards the Earth where we may discover ourselves, we are limited in such a degree. We are limited, because to stare at our own flesh, reveals the vulnerabilities of our fleshy existence. When we, as religious folks, stared upwards, we yearned to soar in infinity. And then, as all angels cast down from Heaven, we discover only one thing among the sciences: that the descent is a far shorter process, over the ascension.
We show a clinging upon Death, upon Socialism, the creator of poverty. We look downwards, in our depression, because the impoverished have lost all; and in losing all, their eyes are staring at what has seemingly been buried, seemingly been forgotten, or seemingly neglected.
We have no sight of equality, after we’ve turned our eyes from Heaven, from the sky, and from God. A ‘discovery of ourselves’ only turns us towards a descent, a spiraling decline downwards.
And where is the proof behind such a descent? It shall be illustrated.
Look to when we saw ourselves staring upwards, and we held a faith in God.
Then, when science came around, we held a faith, or a trust, in humans.
And now, when the sciences have betrayed us, when money and greed have become our comfort, we turn to animals.
We see, from this, that Darwin has always been our Prophet, because in today’s time, our ‘epic descent’ has caused us to have trust in our origin. That is, in animals, in the very Nature of Nature, itself.”
“Love directs itself not to sympathy, though to empathy, as empathy deals itself in the heart. Sympathy deals itself upon the body. Sympathy has a method of believing a wound to be as any other wound. A government cannot comprehend a population’s individual wounds, and will take to simplification of all manner of artistry. That is, the needs, the cravings, of the creator, always come in contact with Individualism. Sympathy is the act of believing one need to be as any other need. To look upon an industry of music, and hearing one song as identical to the other; this is the work of sympathy. To look upon a world of culinary arts, and taste one cuisine as identical to the other, though merely focusing on the brand; this is the work of sympathy. Empathy will target, and will target specifics and details; it will be precise, and will occupy itself in one’s pain, in one’s specific desires, by not believing one to be the same as another.”
Q: You say that sympathy is the only utilization of any form of government?
A: It is correct.
Q: Why is that?
A: There used to be a time when the common American would empathize, not sympathize, with their nation. Understand, this is purely a psychological argument. This was during the time when only men were allowed to storm on foreign soil, during a heated war. Psychologically speaking, men went to war to “free their lands” and this means to keep the weak free; that is, to keep women free. Empathy was in their hearts, and such battle cries were there for inspiration. What America’s founding fathers fought for, was for the government to fear its people, not for the people to fear their government. When the people benefit the nation, the people love the nation, through empathy. When the government benefits the nation, the government cannot understand the individual, or individualism, so therefore, the common American is neglected of their ability, which relates to their ability to work and prove themselves.
Q: You mean that when a population of people use empathy for their nation, then the people are seeing the nation as a one?
A: That is correct. A population of people who see their nation as a one, will be the same as an individual viewing another individual as a one, and never part of a group. A nation’s government, whose leadership views its people as a one, will again, never see its people for individuals. Individualism is left to die, and the government becomes the one.
Q: And this means that the people will, though unknowingly, empathize with their government?
A: For the same reason that a child will look after his or her own mother, in return for the shelter that the mother had offered, by her home, then such a government is therefore, seen as a parental figure. Purely psychological, again, and for a population of people to see their nation, not its leaders, as offering shelter, will mean for the population to empathize and love their nation. This all forms the difference between submission to a government, and submission to a nation, and its individuals. The government would have no choice but to submit to its army of citizens.
Q: And if the people submit to their nation’s leaders?
A: That would be the same as such a nation of individuals remaining as children. Every American that loves animals more than people, subconsciously believes in the innocence that they, themselves, long for, by way of being ignorant. To know nothing, and let a war rage on, or to allow their home to burn, and not react, is epitome of American apathy. As children, and their leaders as a “parental figure” means for such Americans to never mature and become as intelligent as their leaders.
Q: And to the men who protect their nation, or protect their women?
A: When men no longer protect women, it is a singularity of people, a neutrality of people and their inspiration, to ever want to be raised to the height of the nation’s leaders; and the men who once protected women, now protect themselves. It is psychological, because when men protected women, soldiers protected their nation; and this means that men kept their women free, and soldiers kept their land free. The fertility of a woman and her place as a mother, and a nation with its place as a Motherland, makes freedom necessary for the nation and its people, not for the leaders.
Q: Anything else?
A: The basis behind Socialism and its creation of poverty is a war between development and poverty. This is a war between the Primate Brain and the Reptilian Brain. A war between the primate and the reptile. A war between development and underdevelopment. A war between the mind and the heart. A war between leadership and Liberalism. A war between the rich and the poor, as it has always been, for millennia. Two singularities, with one who are rich and the other who are poor, where the rich grow taller and the poor die off.
“There are only two forms of equality, and they speak the same words: From the rest of love to the rest of death, they are these forms, as love and death, with God resembling the former, and poverty resembling the latter. A decline in the human, has made the human turn away from God, and has made the human as the charitable sort. We have made presidents and prime ministers as God, with charity to their ways. We view them as Saints, though selflessness is not what they promote. The businessman will promote self-preservation, without the need for love. A decline in the human will have made the human turn away from God, and turn unto truth, and through the digging for truth, they will have dug graves. Inevitably, they will believe in poverty, or the ‘closeness to death’ as the new ‘equality’. And this is Socialism, the form of equality that best represents death.”
“An obsession over qualifications results in slowness. An obsession over eagerness and risk-taking results in results. There is nothing more the encouragement for laziness than the one who is not encouraged to be brave, to be earnest, to have the confidence required, as the only requirement to be committed to a task. An obsession with papers, an obsession with documents, results in external development, and the internal is left untouched. The individual is neglected in such a scenario. The eyes no longer see. The hands no longer feel. The feet no longer walk. There is only numbness in a world that cannot comprehend the meaning of courage.”
Q: To recite what you’ve said: you believe that Socialism is merely Nature’s guidance of the Sapient into death?
A: Not only that, for I believe it to be the proof of God, and the proof of Darwin’s theory.
Q: Would you explain?
A: Darwin speaks of devolution, while a belief in God is a belief in love, and represents the highest ground that a human can gain, in terms of the moral and the ethical. How is this? It is so, because when a human is in love, they believe in God. Inevitably. Such a human believes in eternity. What is the message of God, besides to believe not in an entity, but to believe in eternal life? That is love. To love, is to live life. It is because love makes life eternal, and worth the fight. Darwin’s thoughts on devolution should be proven now as factual, through Socialism, because as a human once believed in God, they grew to believe in work, and truth. What a human lacks in trust with God, they soon believe in truth. From modesty and love, comes the view of the flesh. From the view of the flesh, comes the view of the skeleton, if truth, or flesh, is dug too deeply.
Q: You believe that a human, when not believing in God, will inevitably believe in truth?
A: A human desires evidence, when departing from God, so they will search for it. There is not one thing else in this world that does not decimate love, than dissatisfaction. The continual search for truth, is that dissatisfaction. It breeds dissatisfaction. Love does no more than satisfy.
Q: And for death?
A: Death is a different form of equality. We have current generations, once more, believing in equality. Through, it is through Socialism, that they believe in equality. They don’t believe in love. They believe in power. Such a mention of power is indeed objective, because there is nothing more that solidifies the concealment of love, other than the destruction of life, and that is, the power of death. The “power of death” is opposite to the “power of love” and it is a different and more solid form of comfort. It is an end to an end, while love is an end to a beginning. We believe in abortion. The destruction of life. We believe in pessimism. The destruction of life. We are surrounded by comfort, and due to this, we believe in negativity and drama. These things are our new comfort. And yet, would this planet care at all, when are are extinct? No. It would not, because a home, like any home, as the earth, is abandoned, like the cave to the next cave dweller.
“They who stand at the ready to feed, are they who stand at the ready to serve. They who stand at the ready to serve, are they who stand at the ready to obey. Equality makes each head at the same height, and each neck is perfectly angled so that the chain does not yank should the slave be any taller than the one in front or in back of them. For those who speak of ‘fairness’ speak of slavery. Heads that are too high, represent a new leadership. Such a head too high, will see the horizon. Even feet on even ground, makes the human not be able to see overhead.”
Q: As for what is discrimination; can you you point it out?
A: It links itself to the nervous system.
Q: Both anxiety and discrimination link themselves to the nervous system. Can you explain in detail?
A: The nervous system is the pain in which a body feels, and there comes the emotions and mental breakdowns based on the level of pain. Anxiety is universal, because all human beings possess a nervous system. All human beings possess a heart, as is obvious, and nothing worth pointing out. Discrimination is faceted by anxiety, due to such crimes of “hatred” actually being crimes of fear. Each human being desires change, but not every human being is willing to extend beyond patience to achieve that change. Radicalism is the essence of impatience, and impatience is what causes the greatest of devastation.
Q: And on the subject of territory, it is said by you that the “fight for equality” is what links itself to anxiety?
A: Anxiety and equality, in the fight for the latter, always feeds into the former. We live in a fearful society because of our fight for equality. Equality is the essence of fair share. Equal opportunity; equal rights; though what human being has ever been satisfied with such equal numbers? No deal in competition has ever been stable enough so that one does not rise above the other. If all were at the same height, no one would see the horizon. No one would see ambition. No one would see the future. This is never the case.
Q: Why is it that you believe modesty is related to love?
A: It is because when one does away with clothing, one does away with modesty. After doing this, one only sees their own flesh. One sees truth, and truth always frightens the individual. Modesty is, therefore, the protection of truth, or even the burying of truth.
Q: And what is that truth, or could you describe it?
A: All truths, be they many, reside upon the flesh. The surface of the land, in before there are inhabitants walking on the surface of that land, hide all things that were life, but are now dead, below it. Ashes, as the word follows, are beneath the earth, having adopted the role of fertilizer.
Q: Then, truth is the flesh, and how is it that people are frightened?
A: In the same way that people are frightened or humiliated by their own nudity in public, it is not so the same with the harlot. She will show her nudity out of a shameless endeavor. This occurs naturally as well in the woman who is married to her spouse. She shows nudity without any shame. Though, such fear is also there for the rapist and the girl, as the girl feels total shame and more, for such a terrible experience.
Q: What is above truth?
A: Love is above truth.
Q: Why is love above truth? Isn’t truth linked to love?
A: In understanding what I am saying, there are tyrants who find the truth to be so appealing, that they would laugh at it. In doing so, they seek to hide it. On the opposite end, there are those who are not tyrants, though when they see the truth, they weep before its presence. These are the people who reveal it. Weeping in either happiness or sadness, for tears also come when people laugh. Truth is hidden by love, in the same fashion as truth is recognized for how it appears. Truth is always recognized. Suspicion and paranoia are the seekers of truth.
Q: Though, why does a person ever hide truth? Why is it that love should hide truth from another person?
A: Out of kindness.
A: Kindness is the reason why someone who loves another may hide the truth out of love for them. Even when a tyrant recognizes what is truthful, he will hide it. He will hide out of a sinister sort of kindness against those he aims to fill with denial. As love is also a motivation, it motivates a true loving someone to also hide truth, so that the truth does not hurt truly hurt another. Have there been those who hide such truth, out of kindness for those who may become victims to a revolt, should the truth be discovered? Yes, it has continually happened. Although, it is because the word “kindness” is merely a slave at the command of either deception or honesty.
Q: And what is below truth?
Q: Death is below truth? How is this?
A: Reality is not the same thing as truth. Reality is merely clarity. Truth is awareness, and opposite from blindness and conformity. A skeleton is related to a pauper, because the pauper is most likely emaciated. Above that skeleton is flesh; that is truth. Above that truth is modesty; that is love, or clothing, or shelter, or a home.
Q: What do the impoverished desire?
A: What the impoverished desire differs from what someone who is not impoverished desires for the impoverished. Through recognition, the wealthy comprehend love, because they have a home, easily able to shelter a pauper. Though, the pauper will not recognize that love from that wealthy one, who might be selfless. They will, in fact, merely recognize that wealthy one, as wealthy, whose wealth could be spared.
Q: So what does one do for the impoverished?
A: You offer a pauper love, then he or she will not recognize it. They cannot eat love. They cannot drink love. They do not understand that, even as a metaphor. They will recognize flesh, because that is their yearning. Offer a pauper flesh, and they will recognize truth. For as both truth and love be a yearning, a pauper must sate themselves with flesh, before love.
Q: How does Socialism fit in with your line of thinking?
A: It seeks to bring death onto a country’s shoulders.
Q: How does it seek to do this?
A: Death is the only freedom that life can obtain, and it’s meant to be more fleeting than life. Death is recognized, before one comprehends, through hope, that they are alive. Death is never meant to be superior to life.
Q: Are you to say that the impoverished are not meant to be superior to life?
A: That is what I mean.
Q: What is your belief on superiority?
A: To raise oneself, for if we saw all impoverished as dead, they would not move. In fact, not even the most hopeful of Saints would be able to offer that dead pauper a piece of bread. Do we, as humans, desire to escape? Is escapism supposed to be eternal? If so, then we are all dead.
Q: Should one take pride in being dead?
A: For the current moment.
Q: For the current moment?
A: As long as anesthesia is in existence, for the surgeries meant to represent the pain of life and the pain in obtaining safety, there will be hope.
Q: How does one find rest?
A: By being dead.
Q: Does that mean you support Marxism?
A: No, it means I support death.
Q: Explain yourself.
A: Death is the only freedom that life can obtain, as I’ve already mentioned. Marxism always brings poverty to a nation, because it believes in “everlasting freedom and equality”. What is more the equality than to see the greatest of reality, and that is, death? In offering freedom, you offer rest. You offer poverty, because in poverty, you cannot be closer to death when hugging the ground. One is not alive in this scenario. One is closest to death, with but a slow pulse running through their veins.