Category Archives: Politics

“…these sycophants repressed their urges, obeying others, so can’t stand seeing anyone freer, having fun, pleasure, they denied themselves.”

“There are always those, those who have conformed and submitted, who view any who leave the fold as thinking too much of themselves. These conformists have thrown away their pride, self-respect, and mission in life in hopes of being applauded … Continue reading

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“You cut off your roots into the divine, unshakeable peace to which you are entitled…. A big part of this effort you called ‘family….’”

Planetmates reveal the family fortress, conforming underlings, Commandments of society’s elite, the “family jewels,” more:    “…Humans would rather have the “Joneses” be impressed with the amount and quality of their possessions … than to actually be happy. “Look again … Continue reading

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“The huge structures of civilization are monuments to, and are equal in size to, the size of the freedom lost”

The Planetmates reveal why civilization equals suffering, Marxism, free life and human misery, enslavement: “The huge structures of civilization are monuments to, and are equal in size to, the size of the freedom lost”: “…with hired, coerced labor, we have … Continue reading

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“Humans, in all of Nature, have this added labor, this added, actual, “work” … effort that is onerous because it is coerced”: The Planetmates on coerced labor, specialization and assembly lines, Marxism and surplus value, industrialization

“At any rate, in addition to all the extra work you brought into Nature through your controlling ways as it expressed itself in food production and storage, there is additional work involved in defending those stores. Unlike the “possessions” of … Continue reading

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“Lion cubs fight and wrestle with each other…. Do you really think they are taking it on like a class, or exercise regimen, and not just having fun?” Planetmates on work versus instinct, happiness, joy, creativity being like instinctual knowledge, play, Divine inspiration, and fun

“…there would be much more “instinctual” knowledge available to you — and is available to you — were you, for reasons of your birth and infancy and the way they have caused you to run away from the feelings in your bodies, … Continue reading

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“Despite your vanities, you are part of Nature, too”: The Planetmates reveal instinct and “free will” … “However, you prefer the self-congratulation of crowning yourselves with ‘free will’”

“All planetmates come into the world with unique skills. Humans, as well. What you have so forgotten, astonishingly, is how life’s pleasure is involved, not just in sensory satisfactions, as in passing substances over the surface of your taste buds, … Continue reading

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“Nature’s parents do not view their children through a dark, crazed veil of dry and thirsty deprivation nor a floral, milky gleem of vain and pathetic estimation”: The Planetmates on thingification, the economic lodestar, children as commodities, large families, child labor

 “So, in this mode, children get to live, but only at the behest of their caregivers. For as long as there have been humans, children have been poisoned through interaction with the unconscious of their parents, and they subsequently manifest … Continue reading

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