Wisenheimer…and friends. *Late show appendix A*

So I thought I would start this reboot with a question, on the objective morality of the social working class and the generalist ideologies of what it means to wholly accept the Marxist thought patterns and cognitions.

Marxism, excluding the perversions brought on by the capitalist miss-conceptions of communism through the small scoped eyes of the retrospective demographic, which we will label “U” for future reference. I would have liked to say that I chose the letter randomly, but it was strongly inspired by the comfort in aestheticism and social ignorance of this class in deep rooted services, such as the utopian delusion.

This class enjoys the ability to easy sacrilege the governing body in wrongly placed hope of an idealist state. They enjoy to critic any authoritarian figure which understandably is the core of any governing body no matter how liberal the house is.

The close comparison between the socialism and capita led ideologies is that in both systems the core citizen is judged on ability to perform for the system and is rewarded with surplus relative to the contribution they put in, everybody gets something, but the system distributes the profits to those that input more into the social systems. this pure idea cant be reciprocated in the capita led ecosystems, because capita plays fall on one human vice, greed.

Word for food.


Bright idea 8 Autosuggestion – “you’ll never be alone”

Upon satisfaction.

In one’s life the period allocated to you here on earth is never enough to achieve all that we hope to accomplish. Some look towards higher powers to bargain for more time or a promise of afterlife, to where they hope to find enlightenment. While others accept fate and choose to look for death in order to die on their terms. I particularly don’t fully appreciate these view points, I mean its only human to want to lay mid ground.

One emotion that both theist and atheist fear is pure emptiness whether it’s an empty promise of afterlife or just emptiness of death. I have come to understand that to overcome this emotion a strong will of faith is need one that blinds all obvious facts to the arrogant and naïve believer. Standing mid-way again, I choose a set of principles, they aren’t an ends but more of a means to make me see a bigger picture than my logical side paints for me, however this knowledge is mine and can be yours implying you believe it ought to be yours though our thought patterns would have to be similar to a point where you can at the least think like me to be… well me.

1st principle 5 with 4th being 4. Creative imagination coil desire then understand you don’t have a burning desire. 11th every morning you wake up knowing exactly what you’re going to do and why, but all the real joy is taken out of it. 5th faith, don’t fight it. Go to a quiet place, perhaps in your room at night, close your eyes….hold it…. I can touch it with my hands – imagination 9th principle you’ll never be alone. 8th know what you want like all states of mind the mastery of procrastination. 6th no one knows everything except for 2, think about it. With no place to go the 2nd is a state of mind, sudden thought or inspiration. Understand now the 6th principle is the 6th principle, the 6th sense. The 14th and final principle is the 12th principle, the one and only woman, the importance of a woman, you’ll never be alone. 10th is whatever you do for a living. The 3rd and this is important, this is it, thoughts are things. 7th time means nothing to your subconscious. 13th understand once and for all you’ll never be alone

“Here on earth”