Pro-Wrestling and public porn

What you see out there, because they want you to see it and be distracted by it, like

BLM

Fridays for Future (or climate rallies)

LGBT rallies and gender theories and ‘women’s rights’

strange race theories

„supergood“ demonstrations (supergood = what the ruling class wants you to engage in)

the news

the so called culture (pop songs, pop art, movies and modern plays)

the politicians,

that is like Pro-Wrestling. It’s just that nobody really believes that Pro-Wrestling is a real fight, with a real winner. It’s clear that it is a play, acted out by very muscular actors. It can be engaging and drama or tragedy or comedy, like any play on a stage. You may be surprised and entertained watching it. But it’s certainly not a surprise for the actors who trained the fight beforehand.

If you meet someone who thinks Pro-Wrestling is a real sports competition, you’ll think he’s stupid. The same for a water cooler conversation about the topic. But our water cooler conversations, which we typically have on social media today, circle around the above list of topics, and maybe some real competitive sports. I think that’s stupid. Now you know why I have no friends 😀

And like in real life, when you see fading actresses engage in public porn on Instagram etc., you see a lot of politicians and top bureaucrats do the same (they don’t show their titties, but they sit in every other talk show).

Now I don’t say you shouldn’t watch what’s going on in culture, politics or wrestling. But you should have become aware that what you’re seeing is a stage play. You can discuss the quality of the actors, but what they say is what’s in the script, not what they really think or what they really want to do. Often they don’t know themselves what to think and what to do. They just say what the ruling class wants them to say. If they stray, get “off script”, you’ll probably never see them again.

The bureaucratic ruling class are the people who live from the money they steal from you via the state by:

taxing you or

printing money.

If they can’t tax you no more (because you’d rather go on the dole), they print money and rain it down through several societal layers. If you’re at the bottom, you get the crumbs of course, but crumbs are still enough to keep you shopping for groceries and pay rent. As long as you have enough to remain a consumer, the system works. The whole idea about legal or illegal immigration is not just to have cheap labor, but to gain readily accessible consumers. All the trillions printed accumulate of course again at the top of the financial pyramid scheme. YOU only are the tube through which the money flows, you never keep it, you spend it. The investor class doesn’t care how much they spend, they care about how much they can invest with a profit.

Don’t complain, YOU wanted this “democracy”. YOU wanted to believe that you have a say in politics, in the law, in the government finances, despite having no clue what you’re saying or voting for. YOU thought, that if you vote for people to represent your interests, they would actually do that. Why should they? They make a pretty buck, playing political Pro-Wrestling for you. It’s their job to keep you distracted from the real issues, to keep you entertained, to keep you engaged in their entertainment, to keep your eyes off what the financial elite is doing. It’s their job to make you forget, that if you give your power away, it’s not yours anymore. It’s YOUR “democracy”, you pay the money, you watch the show. If you think the show is for real, you’re a fool.

You know what’s really funny. I mean sarcastically funny. After 20 years of “democracy” in Afghanistan, the Taliban have learned the essence of it. The political leaders must deliver a good show, nice promises, hold their smiling faces into the cameras and act professionally. Their PR department has become excellent. Arhhh the shitlordery to roll a US airplane decal made of rubber over the airport with 100’s of people clinging to it. Whoa. The Taliban hold their power literally in their hands (AK47’s and brand new US guns), pulling the curtain back; unlike the western “democracies”, whose guns you only see, when you have a doubleplusnogood demonstration.

5 thoughts on “Pro-Wrestling and public porn

  1. > the system works

    You’re really wrong in that very central point. The elites might think that the system works, but they can’t think beyond immediate gratification, and yes, the system might work (a) for _them_ and (b) even for _their_ lifetime, but humanity hasn’t yet developed a sustainably working system.

    When you go back in written history as far as you can – well, the Old Testament isn’t called that for fun. And it essentially says in chapter 3 that every other generation – 49 years, that was at that time, you essentially need what is now called a “great reset” – but not in the modern sense of replacing the current system with an even more moronic one, but just start fresh all over. The bible chapter is the jubilee thing in Leviticus 25, and it’s astonishingly legalese, and of course it says “do this because god says so” and not “do this because everything will go to shit otherwise because reasons”, and that was like 3.000 years ago and we still haven’t figured out the reasons.

    We, though, have plenty of written history of things going to shit because nobody in power ever really believed in that “god” thing, or, nowadays, science. Instead, as the stereotypical Egyptian pharaoh at least was honest about, they think of themselves as gods. Which, of course, they are not, if you believe in god or not, the king, chancellor, prime minister or president certainly isn’t god.

    Of course, the bible wasn’t “written” 3.000 years ago, because, most likely, prophets like Moses couldn’t write. There was script at that time – mostly mesopotamian cuniform from 3.000 bc, we have the Epic of Gilgamesh from around 1.800 BC as “literature”, but mostly everything else is just tax and customs “ducuments” – and a few early legal decrees. 1.800 BC was about the time Moses supposedly led the Israelites from Egypt (give or take half a millennium). It took humanity at least 50.000 years to reach a level of civilization that necessitated scripture, and I’m pretty sure those times were very prosperous, as every “invention” greatly benefits humanity.

    Schumpeter, in the early 20th century AD, describes this as “creative destruction”; I really like that concept, because it neatly summarizes why “the system” won’t work forever – change will happen, and it will topple everything.

    Now, the situation you’re describing – actors in a pseudo-democracy preaching false prophecies to a populace placeted by “panem et circensis” to benefit the elite – reminds me of late Roman satirist Juvenal, who also complained about satire being increasingly difficult to distinguish from reality – painfully reminding me of reading the news and the latest brain-farts of our “elected” dear leaders.

    My “the system doesn’t work” point is dated about 400 years prior, phrased by Mesopotamic-Greek writer Polybios as hie “policy cycle”, a concept more concise than Plato’s rather descriptive and now (again) popular differentiation between some kind of oligarchy, democracy and tyranny, because it implies the degeneration of one into the next in a cycle.

    And we’re (unfortunately) at the point where society is collapsing, because (also says the bible; don’t read that too religiously) not only are false prophets (Marx, especially) very popular, we (humanity; that’s a German “me” excluding me) are erecting golden calves (well, it’s rather a blonde retarded Swedish girl auguring the climate apocalypse), which wasn’t a good idea 3.000 years ago, and it certainly isn’t now.

    Juvenal, complaining that it’d be nice if there were healthy minds in those healthy bodies (one of the most misquoted phrases in existence) didn’t live to see the Roman empire fall. I hope I’m that lucky, but I highly doubt that. Just switch on western TV, there are less healthy bodies every single day. – and that’s the presenters and actors.

    Juvenal’s point ends with “For assuredly, the only road to a life of peace is virtue”, and what the old more-or-less physically healthiy like Biden and Pelosi in the US insanely or dementedly preach as virtues – or worse, the either fat or anorexic cunts of Germany or New Zealand – aren’t virtues. “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s”, says the 10th commandmend, and there’s a reason for that. Because – well, God said so, and reasons. Intelligent people had that figured out 3.000 years ago; and sold it quite well.

    The catholic church is the both oldest and richest organization on the planet, just because they actually believe in that “only sell your land for a period of time” thing in the Old Testament, which was obviosly quite decent advice two millennia later. Of course that degenerated into what’s essentially a grift – think of the mediaval “indulgence” thing where rich people could _buy_ absolution.

    Now, most people are morons and thus like being lied to with promises of paradise, but not all people are idiots; especially those who are successful. Along came Mohammed and the religion of Islam, where you didn’t have to repent your sins or be murdered, but they’d like a small contribution (“Jizyah”, the “Dhimmi” infidel tax) for non-believers to live peacefully in their reign.

    Now, that, nowadays, sounds unfair, but – again going back in history – as Hobbes said in his Leviathan, the state is a (a) necessary) (b) evil, and this is a system that just might work – as long as systems _do_ work. You can very well argue that the islamic Zakat tax (like the Christian tenth of almsgiving) is less, because the non-believers were, historically, not enlisted in the military, so they just might as well pay a little more. I’m fine with that as a concept, it just didn’t work out very well; the Turkish (being the most successful medieval Islamists) force-recruited conquered men as Janissaries to conqueer more Janissaries – and, well, that’s the Roman Empire way of doing politics, and it went exactly the same way: down.

    Because in every good, working system – read Plato’s Politeia, this is not in essence my own argument – there is always the flaw of it working too well, working a lot better than systems failing from conception (like communism), which, again, will dispose the leaders to think they’re gods – which, also again, they’re not. Which, in turn, will make them want to spread their ideology – it’s so obviosly better than other’s ideology – which will inevitably fail. Humans are individuals, and though they can build collectives, those will – also inevitably – be different.

    I’ve read the Taliban have a saying “the Westernes may have watches, but we have time”, and that’s quite Confucian – the steady drop hollows the stone. You can’t win anything when you don’t believe (and live) the things you’re preaching yourself; it just will fail. And power (and money) corrupts people – again, into thinking they’re gods, because they can behave like gods without repercussions – which is, why, ancient Roman emperors (supposedly) had a slave whispering into their ear “your’re not god” while parading in front of their people.

    I don’t know if that’s true, and I’m pretty sure someone abolished that tradition just because the Roman Empire fell, but that’s a state job I’d be _really_ happy to pay taxes for.

    And this is the essential problem of the “Western World” nowadays – false prophets who don’t even believe the bullshit they’re preaching themselves, but “democratically” selling it to the sheeple populace. My earliest confrontation with that was Al Gore, the “climate change” prophet, using his film royalties for rising sea levels because humanity is bad to buy an $8m beachside mansion. See, also, Obama, 15 years later, having an even more expensive beachside mansion – see- we need to tax you, because of the rising sea levels, you know?

    We’re just in the inevitable downfall of civilization, and neither you nor me can change that. Before we were born, suffrage was given to morons, and after that, even to women, who, in the history of mankind, as a whole only contributed as much as the Fisherman’s wife from the fairytale: _complaning_. Don’t geht that wrong: that’s an important driver for men to do stuff that _really_ benefits mankind.

    We’re not gonna get out of this easily, and I really pity my goddaughters who’ll suffer the worst of this – but they can go away from the shit that’s inevitably gonna happen. So can I, and so should you. Make a plan. Paris will burn, first. Well – Paris is already burning, daily, but you’ll see when things really go to shit there first.

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    1. We’re certainly at the end of the phase “good times create weak men” and approaching “weak men create hard times”. I won’t be alive anymore for the “hard times create strong men” phase.

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