Genuine diversity versus the illusion of “diversitaaah”

Seriously, what’s the big fuckin’ debate about?

Rather than go on about different bullshit excuses like “oh, we’re preserving our self-interest”, or whatever else, how about we strip away the facade and ask the actually relevant, essential questions.

Does a particular notion, idea, concept or whatever, imply the initiation of murder, theft, assault, rape, lying, coercion and exploitation? If yes, it’s a shit idea. If not, it’s a good idea (or at the very least, not a shit idea).

Non-aggression (do not initiate violence against someone who has not initiated it, themselves) and self-defence (if someone has, or you more or less definitively have information to suggest that they are about to initiate violence, be willing and ready to defend against it, thwart it, expose it, etc).

As for there being diversity, if you have a situation where everyone agrees on everything, there may be some impression of “unity”, but in this case because everyone is basically a clone or blind drone of a particular ideology, paradigm or doctrine. Which is FAR, FAR WORSE than any manner of situations where there is conflict. Why? Because, again, everyone is a mindless fuck-up who has a blind belief, which goes unchallenged. That is FAR, FAR, FAR WORSE than any “death” and “physical pain”.

In a context where you have lots of people, entities and whatever else, there are two main types of conflicts that might arise: natural conflict and artificial conflict.

Artificial conflict appears when you have two or more differing ideologies (either superficially differing “oppo-sames” – meaning basically the same thing in a different coat of paint – or actually different, through actually being essentially about different things), with the people who have those ideologies still being in a religious or cult mindset, and attempting to impose on one another through violence, coercion or deceit, or other stuff of that sort; in other words, fucked up, evil shit.

So, the problem isn’t the diversity, but rather the calcified or “ego identification” mentality of the religionists.

When we’re actually interested in being more and more spiritual, intuitive, intelligent, creative, conscious, defiant, loving and all of this beautiful stuff, expressing more and more self-love, self-respect, knowing and comprehension… then, guess what? We naturally tend to express such conscious attitudes and behaviours towards others as well.

That means and implies, among other things, that no matter the context, people who actually love themselves and each other will not seek to impose on one another, and instead would be quite interested in helping both themselves and each other grow, evolve and so on. It also means that if someone does attempt to initiate violence against someone who’s done them no wrong (did not initiate violence, theft, coercion or deceit against them), then we realize that defence, including lethal applications of such as a last resort, if contextually appropriate (proportional to the level of provocation and “threat”), is a viable option.

So, in a context where, for example, there is the impression scarce resources, then instead of going all “MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE!!!” and then the other involved parties going “NO! MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE, MINE!!!!” – and therefore, aside from the immorality of that mentality and practice (which should be one of the first reasons for not facilitating that kind of endeavor), it’s also highly detrimental to the implied or ostensible scope of “resource management efficiency”, because instead of using the perceptively available resources towards doing something constructive, the “MINE, MINE, MINE!!!” mentality actually WASTES MORE of its resources (time, energy, materials, etc.) in trying to “cull the competition” or maintain an artificial war or pointless conflict.

However, when talking about natural conflict or natural adversity, then we’re talking about things like the impression of “effort” that we’ve chosen to experience in this particular “life” or type of such. Things like working your muscles, as a superficial example, compared to what I mean; straining them, and then having them heal and become stronger. Likewise, albeit in more intricate and complex ways, emotional and mental wounds and healing, as well as other aspects that express that kind of aspect to their existence and manifestation. That’s natural “conflict”, so to speak. Things like the so-called “time” it seems to take until one grasps and integrates more advanced concepts (compared to their current level of awareness, at whatever point in “time-space” we’re referring to), the so-called “effort” it ostensibly takes to put that knowledge and comprehension to practice, or what it apparently implies that one is to do to reach and surpass varying levels of knowledge, comprehension, proficiency in whatever skill, etcetera.

That’s natural conflict and adversity. I mean, there’s more to talk about than that, and seeing as how I/we are all and always infinite and unlimited consciousness, and so therefore everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make… there’s always a point and purpose to anything, is part of what I’m saying.  So, artificial conflict itself also has its purpose, although I would say that the purpose of evil is to be an example of how not to be; evil and artificial conflicts are basically shitty “tutorials” about life, the purpose of which is to show what the retarded aspects of consciousness look like, so that those of us who are more conscious and good, look at it and be like “Hm. That’s fucked up. Well, now I know what I’m not gonna be interested in doing, whatsoever, for any reason; and, therefore, I also now have more discernment about the things that I actually am doing and am going to continue to be doing, no matter fuckin’ what! What is right and conscious, etc, etc.”

Speaking about diversity again, it is never the problem! Quite on the contrary. The problem arrives when someone becomes addicted to a particular belief, and looks to propagate it through means of violence, coercion and deceit. Fuck that shit! It’s a self-loathing, insecure, cowardly and weak-ass bitch attitude. Only the weak attempt to impose, and it only ever works on those who are weak enough to fall for it.

Those who look to censor or “cancel” others, are supporters of slavery. If there is censorship, there is slavery. Period. Those who are unwilling to question something are, by definition, in ignorance both of the things they refuse to even acknowledge and the things they idiotically put on a pedestal and idolize (usually something to do with either the egos of another, or their own egos). Both they and those who, in addition to that stupidity, are also doubly retarded by adding the attempted imposition of their whims into the mix, and thus attempting to impose their beliefs (typically through violence, coercion and deceit, which is what censorship is by definition), are cognitively, mentally and emotionally dead.

Yes, this includes both the brainwashed masses and the parasites desperately attempting to social engineer society; some of whom may in some cases have some smidget that might seem to resemble some manner of cleverness, or some minor modicum of knowledge about some things, compared to a majority of the general population, but not only would they most likely be just as brainwashed drones, if the context was reversed and they’d have been born outside the little bubble of material wealth and comfort that their “bloodline ancestors” had stolen from the people; but also probably any of the brainwashed zombies would also act in similar ways to the parasites, if they’d been born in that kind of context. Anyway, which superficial veneer of “extra knowledge” they desperately try to keep from the masses, because they know they wouldn’t manage to deceive people otherwise. Trying to sabotage others because you fear they might not fall for your bullshit, is a sign of weakness and cowardice. The parasites, the “royals”, the dark occultists (human and non-human alike) are just as cowardly as the masses wearing face diapers, or who are scared shitless of “cooties”, if not more so. How you behave towards others is a reflection of how you behave towards yourself.

If you hate yourself, you’re going to hate others. If you lie to yourself, you’re going to lie to others as well. If you’re being internally violent and self-mutilating, that’s what you’re going to try and propagate in the world.

On the other hand, when we genuinely love and respect, know and comprehend ourselves, then we naturally tend to treat others with love, respect and compassion, as well.

A parasite looks at someone who is hungry and says: “Hm, how could I exploit this?”

A kind person says: “How would I more aptly provide this person with a meal?”

A kind and wise person says: “My friend. I can help you with a meal in the moment, but would you want to actually learn how to provide for yourself? If not, then enjoy the meal, but I’m not gonna waste my time with you after that. If you do want to learn, then here are a few ways to do so, among many others. Which, of course, everyone can and should question. There is always room for improvement, growth, evolution and so on, among other things…”

Question everything. The more we question, the more we know… and the more we know, the more we question… thus, through spirit, creativity, intuition, intelligence, philosophy, soul, courage, defiance and so on, I and we remember, know and comprehend… among other things…

The more we know, the more we know, how much more there is to know.

Besides, why would you ever want to violently or deceptively impose a behaviour or belief system (or have one in the first place), or impose anything for that matter, if you are spiritually, soulfully, intuitively, intelligently, cognitively, mentally, emotionally and practically conscious, confident and growing being? Ya wouldn’t! For any reason.

Those of us who are genuinely conscious, confident and strong, in mind, heart, soul and spiri, and whatever else, we welcome all conversation and communication, preferring free flowing information, questioning everything and so on. Thus, we are open to realizing both when we’re right and when we’re wrong. If we find out that “hey, we’re right”, then we find all the more reasons as to why our discernments, in whatever regards we’re talking about, are good. If we found out that we’re wrong, we’re like “Well, shit. I was wrong. Well, now I acknowledge that I was wrong, and so therefore I more intimately realize my own errors, and thus shall not repeat the same mistakes again. Which means that I’m now more likely to actually be right, through the knowledge and realization that applying more vigilance is a good and conscious thing to do.” Either way, we expand our awareness, knowledge and comprehension. Among other things…

Even though “separation”, in the sense that the word literally implies or the definition “defines”, is ultimately an illusion (as is all “form”)… when it comes to people, entities and the interactions between them, the main if not the only actual “separation” between them is whether or not they are good or evil, moral or immoral, or in other words: those who love freedom and liberty, and those who support slavery.

When we remember ourselves as infinite and unlimited consciousness, freedom and so on, we naturally and genuinely love and respect, know and comprehend (both individually and infinitely) ourselves and each other. Thus, we realize, among other things, that through our similarities we come together, and through our differences both within and between us, we help ourselves and each other expand.

Likewise, we realize that when it comes to actual peaceful coexistence, the main if not the only thing that people need to commonly agree upon, is “Live and let live. Do no harm, but take no shit.” Of course, there’s infinitely more to talk about, but in terms of practice and practical application in the context of coexisting in voluntary and non-violent fashions, it’s pretty much: “Do what you like, so long as you don’t impose it on anyone, and do not accept anyone imposing their stuff on anyone, either.”

Never obey, never rule. Never surrender, never impose. Never follow, never command.

Never serve, never be served. Never pray, never be prayed to. Never worship, never be worshipped. Never submit, never dominate.

Never a slave, never a master. Never give up, never give in.

Never fear and never be feared.

Rather than be a slave, slaver or a moron, a cowardly, pathetic, parasitic or any other kind of piece of shit, I’d rather die and even endure and plough through all forms of pain and torture in existence!!!

Of course, knowing that I always rebel, retaliate and rebelliate, persist, rebel, defy and grow and rise, learn, excel, evolve, expand, elevate, etcetera and so on, always and veyond ways and no matter fuckin’ what.

Likewise, aware that “life” and “death”, as with “pleasure” and “pain”, are ultimately illusions. Illusions that we have chosen to experience, and there is of course purpose to experiencing them (otherwise, we wouldn’t have chosen to experience them), but remember to see veyond the fuckin’ veil. Play the game of “life”, but don’t be blinded by it, nor by anything.

When we dispel all illusions, and we genuinely question, remember, know and comprehend ourselves as both individual beings and infinite, unlimited beingness… among other things…

I and we are always proud, strong and defiant. Playful, teasing and mysterious. Conscious, confident and fearless.

Anyway, among other things…

Anyway, among other things…

Bravery is the utter refusal to be influenced by fear.

Courage is the process of overcoming fear.

Fearlessness is having risen above fear.

Nobody and nothing whatsoever has any higher claim to our lives than we do.

There can be no “chosen” ones. Only we can save ourselves, and only we are responsible for doing so. All pain and suffering are self inflicted, and all evolution and elevation are always self-facilitated. By us, from us, with ourselves.

Freedom is never given. Freedom is never taken.

Anyway, among other things…

“Creator” and “Creation” consciousness are not “separate”. They are both I and We and Me, infinite and unlimited consciousness, manifesting in different ways, and veyond the concept of “ways”.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

Always and veyond ways, I persist, rebel, defy.

Always and veyond ways, I and We and Me are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited, unbound, freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…



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