Hasa Diga Eebowai

Posted in Answers, Cool shit, Rants, Reality, Stupid-heads by waldopaper on July 5, 2011

There’s nobody else to blame. (Way oh!)

Watch all your friends and family die.
Hasa Diga Eebowai! 

The Book of Mormon has an important message.  Not the bad sci-fi/fantasy screed dug out of a yard in 1830… the Broadway production of  2011.  Oh, there was a useful message hack in the earlier version too.  It got people through some hard times, but the score was lifted and the set-design and choreography were clearly out of control.  There is still a fan-club with magic underwear and a lively marketing strategy that inspired a world-class Broadway production.  Credit where credit is due.

Here is the important message stories don’t have to be true.  There’s nothing wrong with that.  There would be precious little art or music or literature without it.  But NOOOOO… the dildo-brains who can’t dance or sing or make up a good story come along, and they have to “manage” the “belief-system.”  That’s right- what starts out as a good story (or idea)  becomes a “belief system.”  You MUST believe the play is REAL.  Worst of all, the dildos think they can make it real.  Hasta vista evil eye.*

When you think about it, this is no different than the plugger-player-schemer-sled system that turned the USA deliberately from an industrial powerhouse to a nation of “process managers” and clerks.  Nothing wrong with managers and clerks, but somebody has to do the heavy-lifting,  If you read the property-oriented states-rights arguments from the slave empire in the 1850s, pluggers were niggers, mudsills and greasy mechanics… not “gentlemen.”  Today, the 1%ers are way too smart to call themselves “gentlemen.”

Check out the Dominionists.  They got a quiverfull of bullshit, and it’s coming soon to a theater near you.  Westboro Baptist Church Lite.  Diet Nazis.  Who knows if the 1%ers give a feat about god or anything else?  The fats  have learned to keep a low profile… for OBVIOUS reasons.  They have a multi-millenial successful strategy of using parrots who keep themselves plump and beautiful.  The Dominionist parrots are their niggers. Dominionist parrots direct a choir of breeders. They lay memes.

But here’s the deal:  just because the dominionists are servile (note the irony) does not mean they are not to be respected.  They are a cruel and powerful enemy.  Their handlers perceive the Universe as casual or uncertain or (as the 1% act) irrelevant and grip this razor by the handle and not the cutting edge.  Begin by accepting the dominionists as peers and equals– because they are.  They are also authoritarian followers. Perform your part well, and the parrots follow like docile ducks.

They worship social dominators, got that?  They are dominionists.  They do not understand the True power of a good story.  They do not understand that social dominators pull things out  the bum from time to time and parrots will “…do whatsoever I command ye.”  And that’s fine if you know what social dominators are and all that.  They do not understand “all that.”  They do not understand the True power of a good story that does not have to be true.  Even told something benign like, “love one another…”  they STILL fuck it up.

They will wander on to the empty stage set, find some doorknob and declare it KING.  So if you are not quite down with His Majesty the fucking doorknob, listen up.   You ARE going to have to deal with these people, do yell them gently but firmly you are busy with the great die-off and have no time for their marvel-comic bullshit.  Shout it out. (Way oh!) Hasa Diga Edbowai.  God will not mind one bit.  God is not the problem.  Their doorknob is not the problem.  Your doorknob is the problem, and they aim to grab it. Speak with authority.

If you managed to read Mein Kampf  back in the 30s, you get the idea.  They are breeding an army of god.  What that means is anybody’s guess.  Raise your middle finger to the sky.  If that is what sent these doorknob-sniffers, IT will more than understand.  It is the dominionists who must understand that they can not start with the doorknob and take the whole house. IT does not belong to them no matter what they read.  Tell them to read it again and take out the special effects.  Next audition they might get a part and we will all play along.

Only apart.

*You can keep it real, but you can’t make it real.


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  2. mr0btuse said, on July 6, 2011 at 1:37 am

    Feudalism 2.0: The return to tribalism and groupthink, and the end of critical thinking.

    What is Groupthink?

    Groupthink, a term coined by social psychologist Irving Janis (1972), occurs when a group makes faulty decisions because group pressures lead to a deterioration of “mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment”. Groups affected by groupthink ignore alternatives and tend to take irrational actions that dehumanize other groups. A group is especially vulnerable to groupthink when its members are similar in background, when the group is insulated from outside opinions, and when there are no clear rules for decision making.

    Symptoms of Groupthink

    Janis has documented eight symptoms of groupthink:

    Illusion of invulnerability –Creates excessive optimism that encourages taking extreme risks.
    Collective rationalization – Members discount warnings and do not reconsider their assumptions.
    Belief in inherent morality – Members believe in the rightness of their cause and therefore ignore the ethical or moral consequences of their decisions.
    Stereotyped views of out-groups – Negative views of “enemy” make effective responses to conflict seem unnecessary.
    Direct pressure on dissenters – Members are under pressure not to express arguments against any of the group’s views.
    Self-censorship – Doubts and deviations from the perceived group consensus are not expressed.
    Illusion of unanimity – The majority view and judgments are assumed to be unanimous.
    Self-appointed ‘mindguards’ – Members protect the group and the leader from information that is problematic or contradictory to the group’s cohesiveness, view, and/or decisions.


  3. mar said, on July 6, 2011 at 12:02 am


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