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THE SECRECY OF EVIL

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SECRECY

“…Secrecy is the keystone of all tyranny. Not force, but secrecy… censorship. When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, ‘This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,’ the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives.”  –Robert A. Heinlein

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I’ve been reading the website for the book titled, “Political Ponerology“.  It’s about time someone wrote a book about “evil” and the manifestations of psychopaths in politics and in society!  With very few exceptions down the ages, discussions in moral philosophy – the study of “right conduct” – have failed to systematically investigate the origin, nature, and course of EVIL in a manner free from supernatural imaginings.

Evil was often considered something to be endured rather than something that could be understood and eliminated by rational measures.  A “scientific” approach is called “ponerology”:   or, the study of evil, comes from the Greek word “poneros” = evil.

Historically, in human society, secrecy has been the universal tool of priests, politicians and bankers to control civilizations for personal power, control and possession.  For me, personally, I have a very  simple view of “good” and “evil”.  The lion and the zebra is a simple analogy:   What is good for the Lion is evil for the Zebra!

One is the Predator, the other is the Prey.  Predators and Parasites are everywhere in the “natural” environment.  The simple fact is that Predators and Parasites ARE what they ARE!  They cannot behave in any other way.  It’s what they Do, and how they Think, it’s how they Survive!  They cannot be changed unless they are removed from their natural environment and controlled, in a zoo or prison.

A common problem with “normal people” is that they expect the Predators and Parasites to NOT BE WHAT THEY ARE!  It’s a simple inability to see what is front of their faces.  The fact is that “Predators Kill Prey”.  So, if you don’t what to become Prey for a Predator or Parasite, there are two option:   1) kill the predator or  2) stay away from them!

However, we must first recognize a predator when we see them!  By nature the are sneaky, covert, stealthy.  They hide in secrecy… They live among us, everywhere, blending into our environment, into the routine of our daily lives.  They forbid us to LOOK at them!!!  Then, when you least expect it, they POUNCE and devour their “food”.  Their “food” is US!

It’s really not too hard to understand….  But we must be continually AWARE of predators and parasites…. they are hidden by secrecy.”  —  Lawrence R. Spencer.

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Learn more about “Political Ponerology”  at http://www.ponerology.com/

CRIME IS “NORMAL”

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CRIME IS NORMALNaturally, an healthy life organism acts to increase the well-being, health, good-fortune, sustainability and longevity of itself and others who are inter-dependent for mutual survival.  On Earth, the “food chain” in nature dictates a “hierarchy of evil” (depending on the point of view of the eater vs the eaten).  When a sea lion kills and eats a penguin this is “normal”.  No “crime” has been committed — from the point of view of the sea lion.

In human society, when one man kills another, or steals his possessions, it is conceived that this man is “evil” and has committed a “crime” — from the point of view of the victim.  If entire nations of killers invade a defenseless people who are unable to invoke “law” or “justice” or “revenge”, then no “crime” has been committed — from the point of view of the killers.

Examples of “evil” behavior and activities of this kind are “normal” through the entire history of human society, whether  conducted by brutal military conquest, religious indoctrination or financial swindle, theft or deception.

Logically, if “evil” or “crime” is “normal for humanlooting-main-street

Definition of “CRIME”

noun:   an evil act not necessarily punishable by law

Definition of “EVIL”

noun:   that which causes harm or destruction or misfortune

adjective:   having or exerting a malignant influence

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Therefor, by extrapolation, the definition of “CRIMINAL” would be:

An individual, entity, organization or group of individual entities acting or prohibiting action, which acts or exerts malignant influences to create destruction, harm and misfortune, whether or not these influences or actions are punishable by law — from the point of view of the victim.

Therefor, by logical extension, the greater the magnitude of harm, destruction or misfortune caused indicates the degree to which a person, or entity is criminal.  Historically, on Earth, the very BIG criminals can usually be observed to operate and control several fundamental human activities:

1- Finance, 2- Culture/Education/Religion, 3 – Legislation/Government, 4- Industry/Commerce, 5- Military, 6- Labor, 7- Natural Resources (consumed by humans), and 8- Geographic Territory (occupied by humans), 9- Technology.

Historically, as in current “civilization”, one could apply this definition of “criminal” to Bankers,  Educators, Religions, Legislators, Politicians, Industrialists, Corporations, Energy/Food/Materials Suppliers, Government Contractors, Military leaders, Soldiers, Employers, Real Estate Owners, Scientists and Engineers, as well a individual people.

When the “criminals” control playing board and make up their own rules, there is no “evil”.  “Crime” is “normal”.

— Lawrence R. Spencer. 2015.

YOUR VOICE ALONE

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VoiceSamuel Barclay Beckett (13 April 1906 – 22 December 1989) was an Irish avant-garde novelist, playwright, theatre director, and poet, who lived in Paris for most of his adult life and wrote in both English and French. He is widely regarded as among the most influential writers of the 20th century.

Beckett’s work offers a bleak, tragicomic outlook on human existence, often coupled with black comedy and gallows humour, and became increasingly minimalist in his later career. He is considered one of the last modernist writers, and one of the key figures in what Martin Esslin called the “Theatre of the Absurd”.   Beckett was awarded the 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature.