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The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch
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01-12-2019 09:11 PM

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Post: #1
The bums will save us!
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As machine learning, automatization, AI, and political control from the center quickly and inexorably advance, plus a few unplanned or artificial Earth catastrophes (take your pick), the game of thrones is going to enter a very, very new stage. Considering that human imagination has ever been the advancing frontier of nature, and disregarding for the moment the mechanics of the why and how, for which I favor Arthur C. Clarke's "Childhood's End", here is the first presentation, coined a few decades ago, of the rule of the mind that is to come. It will be the rule of the freethinkers.. text translated by one of the machines that is kicking people upwards from work. I changed not a word.

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Andalucian Imperialism

By Antonio Castro Leal

(Conference by Miguel Potosí
at the University of Jena)

The city of Giittingen, famous for its sausages and university... Profaxes and other faxes...
Heine, Die Harzreise

Illustrious cloister, comrades :

In our class on the Philosophy of the Relative and Absolute Genetic-Kinetic Peoples, I allowed myself the other day to launch an idea that seemed bold to our respected teacher, Dr. Schultzberger, who, desirous of affirming among us the spirit of responsibility, has forced me to expose before the faculty of this benevolent University and the students of our course the fundamentals of this theory, as he called it with as much benevolence as fierce intention.

The idea I expressed in our class can be summed up in a few words. Here they are: after Saxon imperialism, which will dominate the world until the end of this century, Andalusian imperialism will come without remedy. I don't want to hide the fact that this prophecy caused Dr. Schultzberger great indignation. And that for this reason, more than for any other reason, he has subjected me to the test of looking for a scientific basis. And I come to you now to please him and, above all, to restore his confidence in the general ideas, which - with the income from his university post - is the only thing that sustains him in the world. (Dr. Schultzberger smiles placidly.)

I'll try to be brief.

Let us first consider the work its nature, its evolution and its future.
In its origin the work was the total content of life. The God of Genesis set the example by zealously creating the world in six days. I don't think you can imagine a harder job. Man was created in the image and likeness of God. Reflect: in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis. Man then lived in Eden; but the incident of the confusion of fruits and the coquetry of woman with the tree of science caused him to be thrown out of paradise. He's being punished. What's his punishment? The job. He was condemned, as the Bible says (Genesis: III, 19 and 22) to eat bread with the sweat of his brow and to till the earth. Work, then, is conceived as a punishment. On the other hand, certain ancient myths, such as those of Sisyphus and Danaides, have the same meaning.

Humanity is then faced with a seemingly insoluble dilemma. Man, in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis, receives work as a divine attribute. But on being thrown out of paradise, work is imposed on man as punishment. Is work bad? If it is evil, why did God work tirelessly all biblical week? Can God perform acts that are not perfection itself? And if the work is a sign of divine perfection, why is it imposed on man as punishment?

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
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Lakeofmarch
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01-12-2019 09:13 PM

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Post: #2
RE: The bums will save us!
The entire religious and political history of humanity is secretly founded on this point of exegesis. Jesus Christ wants to redeem the humble, that is, those who work, and he is crucified by those who believe that work is divine and who seek to force others to gain heaven by the sweat of their brow. The Church of Rome was inclined towards the interpretation of work as punishment; and in the Renaissance era the popes sacrificed their lives for the sake of this profound doctrine. The Reformation, for its part, defends the laborious God of Genesis and fights for the biblical week. There is no conciliation possible and the Church is divided. At the same time, race differences are deepening. The Saxon peoples, addicted to the Reformation, believe in the divinity of work; the Latin peoples support the divinity of leisure. These two conceptions are the hidden spring of universal history and move the thought of the world.

People follow their natural inclinations, although sometimes they deviate and betray their destiny. Greece defends leisure. In Plato, you know, the world has been created without effort, it is a simple effluvium of the divine mind. Rome preaches work, and its portentous legislation manages to link it indissolubly to the very foundations of society. But within a nation and within a race, one sees opposing tendencies fighting. Germany lived in idleness before Bismarck; France enjoyed a period of work in Napoleon's time. The races are slowly affiliating to the doctrine which is more in accordance with their natural inclinations, although, at times, appearances seem to contradict this movement. Even idealism - the philosophy of peoples who, by nature, believe in the divinity of leisure - is subtly modified in a nation devoted to work like Germany. But if we look closely, German idealism has its roots in the hard-working God of Genesis, because, like Genesis, it takes the work of creating the world every day of the week.

But in the social field, the truth is breaking through quickly. The currents that tend to decrease work are becoming more and more accentuated. The eight-hour day is a universal conquest. Work for women and children is considered dangerous everywhere. The strike is legalised as an ingenious means of increasing fully paid holidays. Medicine contributes to movement by discovering occupational diseases. Laws multiply subterfuges to decree, on a larger scale, disqualification for work. Science invents machines to make man work less. Leisure spreads under cultural appearances. In armies, leisure is militarized. In bureaucracy leisure thrives in the shadow of the state. The technicians say that when the world is rationally organized, a two-hour day will suffice to maintain sufficient production to meet the needs of all men. Leisure is enthroned in England itself, as Siegfried has shown in his splendid book on the British crisis in the 19th century.

Everything proves that the trend is destined to succeed.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
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Lakeofmarch
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01-12-2019 09:14 PM

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Post: #3
RE: The bums will save us!
The Saxon peoples are the traditional defenders of the much cited laborious demiurge of Genesis: they believe in work for work's sake. The Latino people are in the other camp. When the theory of the divinity of work finally collapses, the Saxon peoples will fall into decadence, they will not know what to do, because it is more difficult to handle leisure than work. There are untold examples of this. You have all seen how the Saxons walk in the shadows in Europe in their weeks of rest: they are not content with the ruins of Rome or the castles of the Rhine, nor the churches of France or the cities of Spain. And one fine day, before their holidays are over, they happily return to New York, London or Hamburg to remain chained to their counter or desk, anxious to get back to their lame tasks of packing, dictating letters and reviewing invoices. His entire civilization rests on the crude invention of accumulating and stirring up matter so as not to be left alone with the spirit. That is why we should not be surprised that they have imposed work even in cases where it is unnecessary.

When the Cycle' in which we live comes to an end, the Saxon world will take a back seat. The unredeemed slaves of work are very poor things in the moments of forced leisure. Who are the masters of the situation in the transatlantic? The merchant who distributes cashmeres in England, the rolled jeweller who puts Dutch diamonds on the market, the pawnbroker who distributes German microscopes in universities and hospitals, all those who traffic, sell and speculate? No. The owners of the situation are those who have educated the best of their soul in leisure: the young man who sings on moonlit nights; the one who, at dusk, makes the guitar cry; the one who teaches the last steps of the fashionable dances; the one who can find in memory the verses that summarize the lyrical yearnings of the sea and of the passengers; the one who knows how to narrate, as if they were real, his imaginary adventures.

And the world of the future, by minimising work occasions, will be like a great transatlantic. The villages that have spent the most time cultivating leisure will then dominate. The spiritual peoples, the idealistic peoples, the Latin peoples. And within these, who has primacy? There is no doubt that the Andalusian people. He has always worked, and will continue to work, with a brilliant intuition of accuracy; but never more than the minimum required by circumstances. He has worked without deforming the delicate curves of leisure. He has never been guilty of the nefarious politics of work for the sake of work itself. His ideas have always been very clear in this regard. Suffice it to quote the phrase of that profound philosopher - a waiter from Seville - who was urged to reflect on the nobility of the work. To which he replied with this inspired formula:

"-But, Zeñorito, if the work had been done, the rich would have been hoarded by now!"

The fundamental problem of the future will be one of the most serious that humanity has ever faced: the promotion and investment of leisure. How not to do anything. And if from antiquity to the times mOdernos have triumphed people who have devoted their lives to work, in the future triumphed people who can accommodate leisure the highest and noblest purposes of existence. Leisure -doctor Schultzberger and esteemed companions- is a terrible weapon. For many men, work is nothing more than the fundamental inability to give leisure a higher destiny. In idleness many people will have revelations of their own stupidity and will end up going crazy and committing suicide. Blind and stunned work; it shows neither life nor soul, and gives fools a social category that does not correspond to any spiritual merit. And when the soul can be seen all those who have it dark and badly made will begin to live a frightening tragedy. There will be mental epidemics. The Saxon villages will begin to depopulate. Unable to maintain such a difficult equilibrium, they will flee madly to the mountains, they will fall into the worst vices; their morals will lose meaning because they will cease to have a practical purpose. Lacking occupation, they will wander like shadows, and the species, in search of new types capable of achieving their new ends, will discard them, like the diplodocos and the iguanodontes.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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Lakeofmarch
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01-12-2019 09:15 PM

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Post: #4
RE: The bums will save us!
No people will know how to live so adequately, so happily, so nobly in idleness as the Andalusian. Your empire will be universally recognized as a revelation. You won't need the weapons because you'll convince with the strength and fatality of a hunch. In the world of the future - as Max Scheler said - a great amount of spiritual energy will be free. The Andalusian will own that energy. His presence will disarm other peoples with its mysterious prestige. Everyone will feel a magnetic fluid running through their Andalusian veins that captivates and imposes. And then will come the reign of Andalusia in the world. Andalusian imperialism will be stronger than any other imperialism in history because it will be founded, not on violence, but on free acceptance, on an intimate conviction of its superiority that other peoples will not be able to shake off. Everything will change on the face of the earth. What will dominate international trade will be the export of Andalusian songs and melodies, without tariffs, without quotas, without limitations. And the men, in the fleeting moments in which they work, will work singing to receive as only salary the leisure illuminated by a crystal verse or the silence ennobled by a music that gives to the soul reason of its destiny. The centre of the world will be Andalusia, because no other region of the earth will be able to create in idleness - the final stage of human history - a greater sum of goods for man. I said. (Applause from students.)

Dr. Schultzberger gets up and goes towards the platform; he takes off his glasses and begins to speak with that tone of sufficiency that is one of the most valuable garments of the German chair.

-I don't want to deny that the picture drawn by your colleague Miguel Potosí justifies in some points -only in some points- his daring thesis. He wears his world painted on the walls of his mind; but it is a capricious, disorderly world, with something of that atmosphere that feels so good, on the other hand (he smiles maliciously), to a citizen of the Continent who is still on the third day of creation. I will be told that German idealism also creates its own world, but this one is perfect, turns in perpetual activity, spilling a happy and sublime order.

Andalusian reality cannot exist without having been conceived by German idealism, because you all know that what it conceives is like the score sung by the obedient voices of the objective world. Experience has shown for several centuries that German thought powerfully and decisively influences the Idea, the invisible creator of all that is visible. That majestic Idea, that divine Idea -the source where thirsty reality drinks- is formed by the great and small German ideological currents. We would not exaggerate if we were to say that Andalusian imperialism, what your comrade has had the temerity to call "Andalusian imperialism", will only exist in reality when a German philosophical mind has thought of it or, to put it more aptly, when the German philosophical genius decides to put that thought into the divine head of the Universal Idea. And that thought - illustrious colleagues and young students - you can be sure that it will never happen to a philosophical mind of the homeland of Kant, Leibniz and Hegel.

But let's look at the problem from another point of view. It is evident that leisure is nothing more than a negative expression of work; it is the non-doing, a simple pause in the doing. Leisure has no positive value, just as darkness has no positive value, which is only a negative quality of light. It's a denial of substance. Now ; the richer the substance, the richer the denial ; the more inspired the music, the more inspiring the silence. For leisure to take place, work must be a necessary existential condition; non-doing must logically rest at the root of the systematic and immanent doer. For what is leisure when it is conceived as the relative non-doing of an absolute non-doing? Nothing. It doesn't exist. In the non-doing by essence one cannot pause from the consubstantial that-is done by doing, not even by accident.

The Saxon peoples are the only ones who work, as history eloquently demonstrates. Work carries within itself leisure as a unfolding of its substance. When leisure governs the destinies of the world, the domain will belong to the peoples who have worked the hardest, that is to say, to the Saxon peoples. Leisure is nothing more than a hypostasis of work. All that will happen is that, after having governed the world - say - with the right hand, we will continue to govern it, when history so wishes, with the left hand. And within the Saxon peoples there is no doubt that destiny will choose the great German people, because, in addition to its strength and the mission that the Divinity has entrusted to it, it places on the opulent frieze of the Saxon race a note of grace and spirituality (by saying this it gave a few leaps of rhinoceros) exactly like Andalusia among the Latin peoples.

Allow me to believe that the illustrious university faculty will agree with the criteria here upheld by this humble yet worthy German professor.

Dr. Schultzberger says hello and has a seat. Big applause. The illustrious university cloister stands solemnly and shouts in chorus with brave Wagnerian intonation: "Long live Germany, the Andalusia of the next Andalusian imperialism!"

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My 0.02.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
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Post: #6
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The garbage you have presented is the results of compiling TWO stories into ONE book.

Genesis One ends with Man created in the image of God, receiving Dominion of the Earth, and God resting from ALL he had made on the Seventh Day.

Blessed are they who rest with God.

Genesis 2 is the story of the "LORD" God (because God wasn't enough of course) who created the whole scenario you find yourself mired in today.

I would further elaborate, but neither you nor the readers really give a f*#k, so walk in darkness until your final end.
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Lakeofmarch
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Endless exegesis of a garbled text ignoring its divine essence certainly counts as a bum's kind of work. Join the rebellion, do continue the tale.

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All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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RE: The bums will save us!
We must be bums...
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Frankly i do not give a f«ck.. all is twisted.
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Lakeofmarch
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There are prophets of this message in the city of Our Lady of Angels, since olden times visited by the missionaries of the One True Faith.





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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Los_Angeles

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-12-2019 09:34 PM)
Endless exegesis of a garbled text ignoring its divine essence certainly counts as a bum's kind of work. Join the rebellion, do continue the tale.

link to image: https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vultu...0.h473.gif

Enough tales.

The Truth is the same in the end as it was in the beginning.

So simple a child could understand it while it eludes the wisest adults.
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And yet you don't tell it. Oh, what treasure, stranger, are you keeping to yourself? Quick, tell it to me while I listen standing on one foot.

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My current favorite is Don Juan's "Eternity is everywhere". What would be yours?

https://www.prismagems.com/castaneda/donjuan4.html

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-12-2019 10:28 PM)
And yet you don't tell it.

One doesn't give what is Holy to dogs.
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"Andalusian imperialism"

what is that ?

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Lakeofmarch
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Oh, another drunken bluff. Tut, tut, tut. I should've known it.





That is not the way, sir. Pass the sherry.

chuckle

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
secretsun.blogspot.com
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