A "gold digger"
is a "con artist"
|Which is more important to you?
Your life or
Throughout most of human history, food and tools have meant
more to people than anything else. However, as I've mentioned in my "City
of Castles" articles, modern technology allows us to produce food and material
items in such phenomenal quantities that we should consider providing the
basic necessities to everybody for free. We should shift our emphasis from
items to the quality of life.
digger" is a type of "con
For example, a person who steals an item from your home or cheats you
out of your money is considered to be a criminal,
and the police will arrest him (unless he is working for the criminals
within our government, but that's a different issue). By comparison, a
woman who deceives a man into marriage so that she can get access to his
money is not considered to be a criminal,
and the police will not arrest her.
Likewise, a man who rapes a woman
is considered to be a criminal, but a man who deceives a woman into a relationship
so that he can use her for sex is not
considered to be a criminal, and the police will do nothing
I suggest that we change our attitudes. Your life and your happiness
should be considered more valuable than your material items. Being deceived
by a woman into marriage does more harm to you than having some of your
money stolen, especially if you end up reproducing with that disgusting
woman and then raising a bunch of disgusting children. And a woman who
is deceived by a man into having a relationship simply so he can have sex
will suffer more than if he had stolen her purse because he will waste
a lot of her life, and she may get pregnant with his disgusting child or
pick up a disease from him.
A woman who uses a man for money is described as a "gold digger",
and I don't know if we have an expression to describe a man who uses a
woman for sex, but these type of people should be described as savages,
or criminals, or con artists.
They are not respectable humans. They
are behaving like a mosquito that is
for a host. They are
crude people who
are not worthy of reproducing.
||Don't be intimidated into thinking that we must tolerate abusive people.
We should follow the philosophy that we have a right to create a
world in which we can trust and respect one another.
Actually, we should say that we have an obligation
to the human race to sterilize and evict, or execute, the abusive people
because it is irresponsible for us
to allow abusive people to ruin the world.
If an abusive person can show that he is incompetent rather than dishonest,
then we should exile him to the City
We must maintain the quality
of the people
we live with
Most people are following a philosophy that encourages deception
and abuse. For example, the government agencies and businesses that help
people to find jobs are encouraging us to "promote" ourselves, which encourages
us to exaggerate or lie about our abilities. And businesses are told to
tolerate this abuse rather than complain about it. Businesses
are told that it is their responsibility to investigate the claims that
people make about their education and experience. These are the attitudes
of a stupid, frightened animal that
hides in the bushes when it hears a noise. These attitudes create a world
in which we are suspicious of one another. We should reverse
these attitudes. We should stop being a victim of abuse and start eliminating
the people who abuse us.
Businesses should not be
told to investigate the claims that people make about themselves. Instead,
people should be told to give honest descriptions of themselves. If a person
claims to be an experienced mechanic or electrical engineer, we should
be able to trust him. If he turns out to be deliberately deceiving us,
he should be removed from society.
is legal to lie
about your military service!
Schools should not encourage children to exaggerate themselves. Instead,
schools should help children to analyze themselves to determine their strengths
and weaknesses, abilities and desires. Children should be taught to give
honest, accurate descriptions of their education and experience.
When we take a trip by airplane or train, we shouldn't have to worry
about whether it has been maintained properly. We shouldn't have to worry
about whether a dentist is lying to us about his abilities, and we shouldn't
have to worry about whether a policeman or a government official is honest.
We shouldn't have to put locks on all of our doors and windows and purchase
guns to protect ourselves. We should create a world in which we are proud
of other people and feel safe around them. When we encounter people who
are abusive, they should be removed rather than tolerated. We should raise
standards for people and stop promoting the "buyer
beware" attitude. We shouldn't laugh at victims of deception,
or tell them that it's their own fault for being so trusting. We should
create a world in which it is safe for us to trust
No society yet cares whether men and women deceive one another into
relationships. It's not illegal to be a "gold digger". However, we should
change this attitude. None of us should have to worry about whether another
person is trying to deceive us into a relationship. We should be able to
relax and enjoy the people we live among, not be suspicious of them. If
we suspect that somebody is deceiving us, we should be able to complain
to the police, and if an investigation determines that the person is indeed
parasitic, deceptive, or destructive, then they should be removed
Thousands of years ago these issues were taken care of by "nature".
For example, a man would kill a woman if he came to the conclusion that
she was abusing him, and a father would kill a man who he believed was
abusing his daughter. Today society has to pass judgment on who among us
is a weed in the human garden, and society has to remove the weeds.
On August 17, 2010, a court in America said
that it's not against the law to make
false claims about military honors. I shouldn't have to explain to you
that the only people who benefit by allowing citizens to lie about their
military service, or their education, or their job history, etc., are the
criminals, freaks, parasites, and retards. And it should also be obvious
that the American courts are not interested in helping the human race.
They are helping criminals and freaks.
America doesn't have a "legal"
The photos of Mel Gibson's ex-girlfriend and baby daughter
(I have one at this page)
are more evidence that our legal system is helping criminals. Our legal
system allows those type of photos as evidence of abuse because it's
not a legal system. Rather, it's a group
of criminals who are trying to protect their crime network.
Secrecy protects freaks,
not respectable people
Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, said in a recent interview
"I don't believe society understands what happens when everything is available,
knowable and recorded by everyone all the time." He is also reported
to have said that when children of the future become adults, they should
be allowed to change their names so that they can hide from all of the
information that accumulated about them during their childhood.
Schmidt is one of the many people who promote the hysterical
and paranoid theory that if everybody
in the world has access to details of everybody else's life, all of us
would suffer tremendously. He wants to allow people to keep secrets and
hide their history. However, it should be easy to understand that the exact
opposite is the truth. In other words, the more
information we have on one another, the better
the world will become.
I discussed this issue to a certain extent in my audio file for 27_February
2008, and in Part_2 of my audio
file for 21 November 2009. To summarize this concept, if the entire earth
was covered by video cameras, and if all of the data was freely available
to everybody, then we would be able to closely observe anybody we pleased,
and we could look through earlier recordings to see people days or years
earlier. We would be able to observe how a person gets dressed in the morning,
what he eats for breakfast, how often he picks his nose, what time he goes
to sleep at night, and whether he gets up during the night to go to the
This may seem to be an incredible intrusion into your privacy, but it
would simply return us to the level of openness that humans have lived
with for millions of years. It would be similar to going on a camping
trip, or living in a submarine.
If you go on a camping trip,
you lose an incredible amount of your privacy. However, your life will
be ruined as a result. Actually, the opposite
will happen. You will be in such close contact with your family or friends
that you will develop more intimate and satisfying relationships. Most
friendships today are shallow or superficial because we don't get to know
one another very well.
All of us have done things that
we would like to forget about
However, not everybody will benefit from a lack of secrecy. The people
who will suffer are those who don't fit in.
The analogy I used in my earlier file is that removing the secrecy from
all people is equivalent to putting rocks into an acid
bath. The acid quickly shows us which of the rocks are ordinary
rocks and which are diamonds.
When we remove the secrecy from our lives, we let people see what we
really are. Our ancestors lived without secrecy for millions of years,
and we could return to that level of honesty, if we wanted to. The transition
period would be brutal, but we would survive it, and it would help the
human race tremendously because it would make it much easier for people
to figure out who among us is a troublemaker.
Another concept to understand is that all of us have behaved
in ways that were ridiculous, crude, selfish, or embarrassing, especially
when we were young. And all of us have been pushed into doing things that
we didn't really want to do. However, almost every event in your life that
you are embarrassed about is already known by
somebody, or several people, or hundreds
of people. What difference does it make if a few more
people learn about it? What difference would it make if millions
of people in China and India also learn
about it? And why would you care if people in the future
look back at the information about you and learn some of the intimate details
of your life?
And consider the opposite situation; namely, consider what would happen
if you had access to the intimate details of other people's lives. For
example, imagine that there are video cameras all over China, and that
you can watch any of the Chinese people all throughout the day and night.
How would your ability to observe them have any effect on their lives?
The only people who would suffer from this type of exposure are those
who are doing something illegal or incredibly bizarre, such as keeping
children locked in their basement and using them as sex toys. No respectable
person has to worry about video cameras.
And imagine if there had been video cameras all over the planet for
the past few thousand years, and imagine
that you could look through a gigantic video database to observe Michelangelo
throughout the day and night, or watch a person 2000 years ago in Scotland.
Who would be harmed by your access to that information?
If we were to remove the secrecy and allow everybody to see how everybody
else lives, the transition period would be brutal because a lot of criminals
would be exposed, and a lot of us would be horrified to think of other
people watching us. However, after the criminals were removed from society,
there would only be "normal" people remaining, and we would quickly come
to the conclusion that people are very similar to each other, and we would
get tired of watching people live ordinary lives. We would eventually forget
about the cameras.
This concept also applies to a person who goes on a camping trip for
the very first time. He may initially be embarrassed at the thought that
other people will learn some of the intimate details of how he sleeps or
gets dressed in the morning, and he may be fascinated to watch other people,
but after a while he would get used to it.
The people who are ashamed
of themselves or who are involved with crime
are constantly pushing us into allowing secrecy.
They fool people into thinking that secrecy is protecting us, but it's
protecting criminals. The reason a gigantic, international network of criminals
has been able to get away with lying about the Holocaust, blame the 9/11
attack on Muslims, and start numerous wars, is because they have tricked
all nations into allowing an incredible level of secrecy.
It's difficult for us to get honest information about potential friends
or spouses. Businesses also have trouble figuring out if job applicants
are lying about their experiences or education, and now the courts are
making it legal for people to lie about their military history. We can't
get much information about the people in our legal system, either, or about
our presidential candidates, sheriffs, news reporters, or university chancellors.
We are not even certain how many people are living in our nation!
As a result of the secrecy, I don't know much about Peggy, or her
family. For example, in 2009 her niece was in the 15th Reconnaissance
Squadron of the Air Force, but did she join the Air Force to protect America?
For all I know Peggy, her niece, and many of her other relatives are part
of that gigantic, international network of Reptilians. It's also
possible that Peggy is simply a lunatic,
and that her family members are decent, honest, respectable people. How
can I possibly figure this out when everybody is allowed to keep secrets
about themselves and lie about their history?
Don't be intimidated by freaks into thinking that they have a right
to deceive you about who they are. Don't be fooled into thinking that they
should be allowed to lie about their history. Stand up to them! Tell them
that we have a right to remove their mask
and see who they really are, and if they're ashamed of themselves, that's