Induced Desperation

25 Mar

As the monetary system drives us numbed into oblivion, new disease symptoms reveal themselves in the connected global population.     My latest favourite is that of Induced Desperation.

Humankind, having scientifically solved basically all the major challenges to successful sustainable existence, develops pretend ailments to prop up and justify it’s systemic fundamental flaws.

Where a society is perpetually reliant upon a continuous cycle of ‘growth’, the majority of it’s members must be maintained in a state of Induced Desperation, or perceived poverty. We see this everywhere. No matter how much we have, the Marketing experts (see next blog) keep us wanting, desperately, more.

As we witness. If humans feel desperate, or impoverished, they will naturally behave in desperate ways.

As is now obvious, treating the symptoms ; poverty, pollution, climate threats, animal welfare, obesity etc, is utterly futile.

When we abandon the Monetary System, the actual ailment, which we can now, all our ‘symptoms’ will naturally heal.


8 Responses to “Induced Desperation”

  1. jude lenart March 26, 2013 at 1:27 am #

    does induced desperation = the materialisation of desire ? in which case a subversion compliantly received by so many ? all imposed systems , monetary or otherwise , imply diseased behaviours due to neglecting / over-riding the natural order of things ? beyond the ecosysystem , solar system etc , all are products of human will and acquiesance , like the paradox of neurosis somewhat self-defeating ?

    • madpigman April 2, 2013 at 10:40 pm #

      I don’t believe that the induced behaviour needs to be diseased though. Without a flawed overriding hierarchy, which is optional, surely the natural order of things would flourish. The desire itself has been manipulated, especially by the newly recruited masters of psychology. I think natural desire is inherently self-limiting, when set in the modern environment of such ready abundance.
      People are nice. The current system makes them otherwise.

      • jude lenart April 3, 2013 at 2:09 am #

        people make the system , maybe nasty misguided people create the system for nice people to make them nasty …. but this can only work if nice people want or at least accept it in the first place ? and in this respect the current system is no different to all that have gone before , including aspects of tribalism …. the flawed over-riding heirarchy seems to be something subliminally desired by the majority who then overturn it for the next version …. not diseased behaviour but unhelpfully habitual ?

  2. madpigman April 9, 2013 at 8:01 am #

    I would argue that the monetary system, which wasn’t really deliberately ‘created’ by anybody, has an inbuilt self-empowering bias. It just happened that way. It has slowly, though it’s accelerating at it’s impending nadir, promoted the most ruthless and psychopathic individuals and entities to the top. Where, inevitably they continue to entrench their support structures. Even by insidiously recruiting supposed intellectuals/academics to unwittingly reinforce their doctrines. We are nice. We just aren’t allowed to believe it. Yet.

    • jude lenart April 9, 2013 at 9:06 am #

      implying that the monetary system evolved organically ? to the extent that they incorporate monetary systems , is there any significant human niceness distinction between communism and capitalism ?

      • madpigman April 9, 2013 at 2:17 pm #

        None. They both embrace a False value system. And this is the root of the problem. Only a True value system will work in the long run. A Resource Based System.
        Now, for the first time ever, that we have achieved abundance, we can all thrive. The False systems were created in an environment of scarcity. No longer applicable.

      • jude lenart April 10, 2013 at 3:02 am #

        what if the False value system is the Fear system and the True value system is the Brave one , a ‘ Freedom is the resource ‘ based system ? but courage and freedom are in such short supply that an environment of scarcity is always guaranteed ?

      • madpigman May 1, 2013 at 9:43 am #

        What indeed ? ! Let our scientific journey to liberation not be diverted by supposition and gaiety. 🙂
        We owe it to our descendants to stay focused on the prize.
        Pitfalls and side-tracks litter the route.

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