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Larken Rose joins Ernest for 2 hours - New book: "The Most Dangerous Superstition"

Larken Rose joins Ernest for 2 hours - New book: "The Most Dangerous Superstition," about how the belief in "authority" (including all belief in "government") drastically warps the perceptions and behaviors of nearly EVERYONE

Program Date:  Friday, May 20, 2011
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Larken Rose - New book: "The Most Dangerous Superstition," about how the belief in "authority" (including all belief in "government") drastically warps the perceptions and behaviors of nearly EVERYONE--voters, politicians, enforcers, etc. -- causing otherwise decent people to advocate or commit acts of immoral aggression, via "law."

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Comment by: Jukit Babalu (#30777)
   Entered on: 2011-05-26 05:32:53

Excellent talk Ernie and Larken! Your bravery astounds me.

IMO the primary reason why the "cirrhotic unskilled rabid scum of the ages" are able to control the sheeple with such remarkable ease, is because they convinced them that they had to observe certain sexual taboos from day one or be labelled a "pervert", eg those who want to mow the grass on a blistering hot day with no pants on.

In other words if there were no sexual taboos they`d have a hard time justifying their parasitic existence and judicial system. Something like a quack without any gobbledegook to mutter. 99.99% of our species are genuine sexual perverts and child molesters who think the groin area is more "dirtier" than say the top of the head. What would a primatologist think about a group of warring adult gorillas who drank the milk of other primates but not their own, lived in concrete jungles instead of the bush, and who wore sackcloth to gain "respect" and social acceptance from the fairer sex?

No the answer is not Ron Paul or anyone else who wears a tie thinking that this is "normal", although i like Ron. Take a journey to the center of your mind and discover who you are first before you run for office. LSD will do this in a hurry under the correct environment and sitter (see my blog) and thats why TPTB made it illegal during the great R and R Slave Rebellion of the 1960s. LSD is not dangerous. Albert Hoffman, its inventor, lived to be over 100. It was waking too many people up, exactly like real R an R did. So they had to cripple Rock too in order to keep their spider niche secure. The only "danger" LSD has is that after you take it you suddenly cotton to that the world is an unrhythmic warped insane asylum, complete with anti-music music to numb the senses, where rabid apes run in circles kicking up great clouds of dust chasing their own golden tipped tail so they can have a better chance of getting laid.

Strive to form a new free anarchistic country free from anyone who thinks clothing/absurd sex laws/anti music music have anything to do with brotherhood, intelligence and true happiness.

True happiness is achieved by respecting the rights of your fellow earth spaceship travellers and by making the road easier for THEM to follow. At Bopland there are no perverts, just simple folks who want to be the masters of their own destiny.

jukit babalu 

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Comment by: GrandPoobah (#16106)
   Entered on: 2011-05-20 18:26:12

I confess that I did not listen to this. I could claim, with some justification, that as a sufferer of ADD, I do not process information well through my ears, unless I am engaged in a discussion. I would like to comment, however, that authoritarianism is a lot more than a superstition. It is how evolution has wired us, and if you give the matter some thought, it could not be any other way. Very superficially and briefly, if there ever was a tribe of autonomous self directed individuals then the first time it found itself in conflict over resources with a tribe that was authoritarian in nature, then all other things being equal (which they were not for example with regard to WWII) the authoritarian tribe would have won the war before the other tribe even realized that their was a war. To paraphrase Lao Tzu in the art of war, if you do not understand the enemy (or the problem) you are toast. Until we all realize that almost all of us are by nature authoritarian, and want to be a member in good standing of some tribe, we will not be addressing the core problem which, as I see it, is that we have changed our environment (human culture) so that the optimum way to survive is no longer the way that worked up until a few hundred years ago, that is an authoritarian structure. But biological evolution works a lot slower than cultural evolution. Calling someone superstitious because of their biological tendencies will not likely result in a successful way to address the problem.  

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