|• Secrecy helps freaks
- Nobody has a right to deceive us!
Daniel Lynch had been convicted for violent acts, and had spent
time in jail for throwing boiling water into a
man's face. Lisa Harris didn't care about his violent past,
but it's possible that Katie Piper would have avoided him if she had known.
However, a lot of information about people is either secretive, such as
school and medical records, or difficult to access, such as police records.
• Our policies on crime are failing
As I described in my audio file for 19_April
2008, we should differentiate between privacy
and secrecy. People deserve privacy
in the bathroom or bedroom, but they should not be able to keep their "behavioral
characteristics" a secret. We should be able to know how a person
has treated other people, what he has accomplished during his life, what
he has failed at, whom he associates with, and his mental or physical talents,
limitations, and disorders.
As I described in my audio file for 21_November
2009, we should put people into the equivalent of an acid
bath to determine what they really are. The only people who
are afraid of a close inspection are those who are trying to hide
something from us. Don't be fooled into thinking that these
people are trying to "protect our rights".
My attitude is that we have a right to know a person's history. We have
a right to know who we live with, work with, and are considering a relationship
with. Nobody has a right to pretend that they are something they are not.
Nobody should have the right to deceive us about who they are, or what
they've done during their life, or how they treat other people. Instead,
have a right to know the truth about people.
Before Piper had met Lynch, he had already exhibited violent
behavior, and he had already been arrested. He was put in jail for a brief
period of time, but the jail didn't convert him into an honest person.
Rather, he left the jail with the same personality, mental qualities, and
physical qualities as when he entered the jail. His body and mind had aged
a bit, but he was still the same person.
Jail did not change him; jail did not
improve him. Jail is not preventing
• Many people have no faith
that our legal system will protect us from criminals
Our policies for crime have been failing continuously
all throughout history, but every society continues to defend these failed
policies. We need a new group of people in control of society who will
experimenting with different policies.
Both Lynch and Sylvestre have been sentenced to life imprisonment. However,
Sylvestre has to serve only a minimum of 12 years, and Lynch has a minimum
of 16 years, and my interpretation of the 20/20 television report is that
both of them will be released after they serve their minimum time. I wouldn't
be surprised if one or both of these men commit more
crimes after they are released.
Piper was afraid to tell the police and doctors about the rape
and beating because she had no faith that the British legal system would
protect her from him. Some of her friends and family members apparently
knew that she had been abused, but they said nothing, either. I suspect
that this attitude is typical; namely, most people are afraid to
expose crimes, especially those of crime networks, because we don't have
much faith that our legal system will protect us from the criminals.
• We should stop following the “buyer
The police are often doing their job; namely, arresting the criminals,
but the judges and juries either let them go free, or punish them for a
brief period, and then let them go free.
The attitude many people have in regards to Katie Piper is
women should be more careful about who they trust and who they get involved
with. However, telling women to be suspicious and fearful is not
solving any problem, and it's not improving society
in any way. Rather, it's hiding from
the problem like a stupid animal.
• Humans tolerate abuse like a stupid
In Part 1 of my audio file for 2_July
2008 I pointed out that the buyer beware attitude
is a crude attitude that we should not follow in our era. I also discussed
some aspects of this issue in 2005 in my article Teddy
Bears, one of the articles in my Sheeple
and Underdog Psychology series.
Animals and primitive humans had to be
suspicious of everything, but we should
be fearful or suspicious of one another. We should not have
to carry guns to protect ourselves, and we should not have to worry that
our children will be molested at schools, and we should not have to worry
that somebody will attack us if we take a walk in our city at night. We
should change our attitude; we should change society so that it becomes
enough for us to trust one another.
Katie Piper has a lot to say about her experiences with Daniel
Lynch, and so do the television reporters and other people who comment
on her case, but I would describe all of their analyses as worthless
and idiotic. For example, Katie Piper
has a “Christmas message”
for 2009, with such idiotic remarks as:
|“My life before was very selfabsorbed, self-obsessed.
It took a tragedy for me to reassess what I thought was important.
Don't wait 'til there is tragedy in your life. Don't wait 'til you
|Most people react to abuse like a dog
that is beaten or abused by its owner. Specifically, they
try to make themselves feel better by finding something that has improved
in their life, and then claiming that the abuse has made them into a better
We have an expression for this behavior:
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.
|Most people don't care that they
were abused by Jews during 9/11, or that NASA lied to them about the Apollo
moon landing. Most people just lick their wounds - like a stupid
We need to improve
society in addition
to making lemonade.
It's wonderful that victims of abuse are making themselves feel better;
it would be terrible if they spent the rest of their lives being miserable.
However, we need people who do more than make
lemonade. Women are beaten all the
time, and so are men and children. There's also a lot of murders,
robberies, rapes, wars, and corruption. We're not going to improve life
for us by making lemonade from the abuse.
We need people who can study our
problems, discuss them in a serious
manner, and then experiment with changes
in society in an attempt to reduce the problems.
have to stop acting like stupid animals
who tolerate abuse and start behaving like modern, advanced humans who
try to improve our situation and
reduce the abuse.
• We follow our emotions,
not our intellect
Both Katie Piper and Lisa Harris fell in love with Daniel Lynch
because he made them feel good; he titillated
their emotions. Neither woman was thinking seriously about the
issue. Instead, they were doing whatever made
them feel good.
• Human emotions were designed for
a simple life
Primitive animals, such as termites, don't think about issues. Rather,
they react to stimuli in a very predictable
manner, just like chemicals reacting in a test tube, or like industrial
The more advanced animals have an ability to think, and so they're not
as predictable as termites, but even a chimpanzee is dominated by its emotions.
Monkeys don't received any emotional pleasure from information or from
doing research. Rather, they receive emotional pleasure from food, sex,
babies, and status. Therefore, if you want to attract a monkey, don't offer
it information or a job opportunity in a research laboratory. Instead,
offer it food, or something it has an emotional attraction to.
|It would be acceptable for us to follow our emotions if our emotions
had been designed for modern society, but our emotions were designed for
life in a small, primitive tribe. We assume other people can be trusted,
for example. We were not designed to investigate people or wonder if they
are lunatics who might hurt us. We were not designed to vote for government
officials, either, or deal with people of other races, or deal with large
amounts of material items, money, or food. Our emotions were not designed
to handle drugs or alcohol, or packs of criminal Jews, either.
|Humans can think much better than animals, but we don't receive emotional
pleasure from thinking, or from learning, or from doing research, or by
discussing complex problems. Instead, as with animals, we are emotionally
titillated by food, sex, babies, material items, and praise. Therefore,
when we follow our emotional cravings, we end up behaving
like a stupid animal.
Since we tend to follow our emotions, businesses, political parties,
websites, and crime networks can attract
people by offering us food, gifts, pornography, sex, or praise and awards.
We have to remind ourselves to think more often rather than do whatever
makes us feel good. We have to control our emotional cravings.
Human leisure time activities
It might help you understand this concept when you look at how people
spend their leisure time, and then compare what people actually
do to what people would be doing if
humans truly enjoyed thinking.
|What do we actually
do during our leisure time?
The subtle differences between us cause us to engage in different activities
during our leisure time. The most popular leisure activity, at least in
America, seems to be watching television. Other popular activities are
playing with children or dogs, playing video games, and using alcohol or
other drugs, gambling, shopping, or playing sports.
|What would we
do if we enjoyed thinking?
If we truly enjoyed thinking, doing research, and solving complex problems,
then we would love to get together with our friends during our leisure
time to study and discuss such issues as whether oxygen degrades wheat
or other grains, in which case whole-grain bread should be made by grinding,
mixing, and baking the bread in nitrogen.
People with abnormally strong cravings to think, and people who are
so anti-social that they don't have any friends, might be tempted to pay
an "intellectual prostitute" for discussions.
Which leisure time activities are "sensible"?
Humans are much more intelligent than animals, but we don't
want to think. We want to enjoy ourselves,
but we don't receive any emotional pleasure from thinking, so we avoid
doing it. We regard thinking as "work". Our natural tendency is to "play",
not "work". We regard an activity as "play", or as "leisure", or as "fun",
when it stimulates our emotions, but we are not titillated by thinking.
Rather, we consider it to be a boring chore.
A lot of our leisure time activities could be described as worthless
or unproductive, and as technology gets more advanced, the human race will
eventually have to pass judgment on which activities should be supported
by society, and which should be discouraged. Technology allows us to develop
products that enable us to stimulate our emotions directly, thereby avoiding
normal human activities. This issue is especially important in regards
|Allowing children to stimulate themselves with television, video games,
and other products is similar to allowing a rat to press a lever to stimulate
Our distant ancestors didn't have to worry about how children spent
their time, but this issue is affecting us now, and it will become an even
more significant issue for future generations. For example, some businesses
are developing virtual reality computer games, but do we want children
spending hours a day in a 3-D computer fantasy world?
An adult should have the sense to control his use of television, alcohol,
pornography, drugs, video games, and virtual reality games, but we are
fools to expect children to make wise decisions about this technology.
At some point in the future the human race is going to have to start
passing judgment on which products and activities are sensible for both
adults and children, and which should be prohibited, and which should be
restricted to adults only.
By changing society, we could encourage
In my description of a city of castles,
I suggested that the castles be designed with lots of restaurants, enclosed
gardens, lounges, and other social areas in order to encourage people to
out of their home and socialize. By experimenting with different
types of cities, economic systems, government systems, and school systems,
we might be able to create a society that we enjoy so much that we have
little or no desire to sit by ourselves in our home with a television or
Sitting in a lounge and socializing with other people, or taking a walk
in a garden, or sitting in a recreational room and listening to people
play music could be described as unproductive and useless.
However, it's not the same as a person sitting by himself in his home.
As I've described before, we have to decide what we want the human race
to become. Do we want the human race to become a creature that spends its
time alone and stimulating itself with pornography, drugs, television,
and video games?
Nature used to determine which humans reproduce successfully, but now
we have to make the decisions. What type of person do we want for the next
generation of humans? Do we want people who prefer to spend their leisure
time on drugs or connected to virtual reality games?
There are subtle differences between our emotional and intellectual
characteristics. Some people prefer to spend their leisure time socializing,
or playing sports, or helping their friends with their computers or home
repairs. And some people enjoy doing things for society, such as joining
the National Guard, or helping with some school related activity. And some
people like to sing or play music for their friends. And some of us spend
some of our leisure time on very serious work. For example, I created this
website during my leisure time to provide you with a different view of
life, and I also created some videos about food.
never liked eggs, so I avoided eggs throughout my life, except
when they were an ingredient in some other food, such as a pie or quiche.
I especially don't like hard-boiled eggs because they remind me of sulfur.
However, after discovering this
method of cooking eggs in their shells at a lower temperature, I
love eggs, especially on toast, and I'm wondering if it's because
my sense of taste has changed with age. If my mother made eggs like this
when I was a child, would I have liked them?
Our eyes change with age, which is why people over 50 need reading glasses.
And our body changes with age, also. What about our sense of taste and
smell? Do I like these eggs only because I'm getting
old? Have you tried my style
of cooking eggs? Do you think they taste better than eggs cooked in a conventional
• Humans are not wonderful
creations of a loving God
Most people follow the philosophy that humans and animals are
wonderful creatures of a loving God. These people are the most likely people
to become victims of both animals and
humans. They can be hurt by animals because they don't understand that
animals are actually violent, selfish, stupid creatures. Some extreme examples
are the woman whose face was ripped
off by a pet chimpanzee, and the photographer whose arm was ripped
off by a tiger at a zoo, and the man who got tarantula hairs
in his eye.
Animals are stupid, biological robots. Their only
goal is to survive long enough to reproduce.
Animals will do anything to help themselves
and their offspring. Animals don't appreciate other animals, and they don't
work with other animals to make life better for all creatures.
Humans are just intelligent animals. However, we differ in how
closely we resemble animals, and we differ in our mental
health. If you assume that all humans are wonderful creatures,
you won't watch out for the people who are more like an animal, or who
are defective. As a result, you are more likely to become a victim of badly
behaved people compared to those of us who are watching out for them. Daniel
Lynch and his friend Stefan Sylvestre are two examples, and here are four
Incidentally, it seems like a lot of pedophiles have taken
jobs that provide them with access to children. Ideally the police would
look through their records and try to find patterns because if this observation
is accurate, then we would realize that we have to do a much better investigation
of the men who want these type of jobs, and we have to watch over them
much more closely.
• Humans who are destructive
If Daniel Lynch had been removed from society permanently
as soon as he showed signs of destructive behavior, then he never would
have been able to cause much trouble. Many adult criminals were showing
signs of mental disorders while they were children or teenagers. The warning
signs were there; most people simply ignored them. Most people don't want
to face the possibility that badly behaved children are very likely to
become badly behaved adults.
• The human race is on a path to destruction
Humans are not wonderful creations of God who become criminals or parasites
after suffering abuse from their parents, or from poverty or ignorance.
Rather, humans are intelligent monkeys.
We all have exactly the same mental and physical qualities, but we are
identical to one another. There are subtle differences
in our abilities, and we also have slightly different types of defects
and disorders. The end result is that some people are more like monkeys,
and some people have more serious defects.
Some of us do a good job of controlling our cravings for sex, food,
babies, attention, and material items, while other people have so little
control over themselves that they cheat, steal, lie, plagiarize, and murder
in order to satisfy their cravings. Some of us are capable of working together
for the benefit of all, while others are too selfish or arrogant. We don't
have the technology to fix people who are destructive. The only thing we
can do is remove them from society.
We are allowing parasites, criminals, lunatics, and freaks
of all sorts to live among us and have
many babies as they please. Furthermore, many of these freaks
are getting into top positions of our military, police departments,
school system, businesses, and governments, and they are using their influence
to suppress attempts to deal with crime and mentally ill people. These
freaks also promote destructive attitudes and activities, such as the concept
that state lotteries are a sensible
way for society to raise money for schools, and the concept that work
furloughs are a sensible way of solving government budget problems
(I have a joke about that here).
We must find enough people who are willing to stand
up to the freaks in leadership positions and change the course
of the human race. We have to promote respectable, healthy people and suppress
the destructive, parasitic, and affected people.
Our law enforcement agencies should look
for and remove people who
show destructive behavior. Furthermore, this concept applies to children,
also. From my own personal observations, many of the adults who are destructive
or parasitic were showing signs of emotional problems during
their childhood. Therefore, they could have been identified
and removed before they had become adults. We should stop referring to
children as precious, adorable, or as "bundles of joy" and start treating
them as young humans.
We can't expect children to behave as well as adults, but we must set
standards of behavior for children, and we must deal with children who
don't meet the standards. We have to stop feeling sorry for them simply
because they're children. Furthermore, we must suppress our animal-like
craving to protect our
Everybody who is destructive should be removed from society, even if they
are closely related to us.
|Nancy Broadhead, a divorced woman
living with her daughter and two sons, was arrested for child neglect and
driving under the influence of alcohol. The police also accused her of
getting drunk and punching her seven-year-old daughter, but she was not
arrested for that. The girl told police that her mother "repeatedly hits
her," and that she was in fear of her.
Should Nancy Broadhead have been arrested for beating her seven-year-old
daughter? Should the daughter had been put into a foster home? Most people
would assume that the seven-year-old daughter was a sweet, adorable, innocent
victim of a brutal mother, but if you follow my philosophy, the seven-year-old
daughter was likely to be a defective child
of defective parents.
It doesn't surprise me that on December 29, 2009, the daughter, then
11 years old, along with her 15-year-old boyfriend - who had already been
many times during his childhood - poured gasoline on her mother's
bed while she was sleeping in order to burn her to death.