We are backwards.
We are ignorant.
We are dull-minded pancake-eaters.
And we are living with a social consciousness that expired sometime between the years 800 and 1880.
OUR THREE BIG FLAT EARTHS
Three Great Texts that rich Western nations have erased from their cultures
1. The Quran (year 632)
Why is it important : Abrahamic 3.0 (the latest and most important upgrade)
Why was it rejected : Too severe against racism and usury (racket$), and too lenient with sexual freedom and female inheritance
2. On the Origins of Species (year 1849)
Why is it important : Darwin contrasts natural and artificial selection, and nature wins
Why was it rejected : Oligarchs insist on having nicer things than others, and on in-breeding
3. Das Kapital (year 1883)
Why is it important : Marx and Engels explain and deconstruct the scam of capitalist hierarchies and the mythology behind them
Why was it rejected : Oligarchs are much too attached to their lifestyles to allow radical change
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In rich Western countries, we like to think that our social and economic system are based on the latest science and understanding of the universe. We don’t like to think of ourselves as *rich flat-earthers* because that would make our way of life sound crude, dumb, and dangerous.
Virtually all of us in rich Western countries have embraced the spherical shape of the Earth, that the planets rotate around the sun, the existence of gravity, etc. However, there are three significant *flat earths* in our societies, and they are all the product of the censorship of the oligarch class.
In all three cases, the text that is rejected is censored because… it would threaten some of the rackets of the oligarch class. Rich, Western countries are still run by wealthy old-money oligarcies working within the logic of organized crime, so their rackets are well-protected because lifestyle-generating. And this protection-of-rackets includes mass censorship.
But the censorship of these texts is not of the actual, physical texts. You can find all of them at a library near you. No, it is their application into the laws and constitutions of human societies that is strictly censored. Praxis is censored. Sure, you can read them, but then... that's it. There's nothing that can be done.
Without praxis, these texts just float around in our societies like bearded-ladies at a carnival – of casual interest to undergrads and left-wing meme-generators, but nothing more. They remain un-activated.
I chose these particular three texts because they are important links to many more discoveries of modern philosophy, and of our general understanding of our world. I could have included Foucault, but without Marx-Engels and Darwin, Foucault could not have deduced what he deduced. Etc. The three texts above generated many other texts and were pivotal in helping masses of people to understand *power*.
an mk-ultra *science* and a jeffrey dahmer *foreign policy*
funded by pick-pocket *economics*