This article is not about political news in the usual sense. It’s not about recent events. It’s about the way you perceive (sense and experience), evaluate and struggle for change in the world around us. It’s about the filters upon your perception, filters that our horrific prehistory and our ancestors have equipped you with. Perhaps the best way to explain your situation is with a hypothetical scenario.
Imagine that you have just now awakened to find your head wrapped in bandages. You are in a railed bed that you recognize as a hospital bed. Beside you is an IV bag hanging from a stand. The antiseptic smell of the place, the plain metal cabinets behind your bed and the accouterments upon a counter top all confirm that you are in a hospital. But you have no idea how you got here. Worse yet, you can’t remember anything about yourself, not even your own name. Sounds come from outside. Cars honk. Birds tweet. You sit up in bed and look through the window. Other buildings and people are across the street. All these things are familiar. But you can’t remember anything about yourself -- where you live -- who your friends and family are -- what you have done with your life --and where you should go and what you should do after leaving this place.
Believe it or not, if total amnesia were your only problem, you would be far better off than you are now! You would at least know that you underwent a trauma that caused you to black out your life history. You could expect to have friends and relatives who would be looking for you, who would be alerted by the hospital administration, the police or public service announcements. They would find you and gently restore your memory.
But as things stand, you are one of over seven billion traumatized humans, all of whom have blacked out the horrific prehistory of our species. You and they have a factual understanding of the last five thousand years, the time in which men have been able to write and make a linguistic record of their history. But even this most recent, 5,000 year record is cursory and grossly distorted by their psychological and social problems. Of the previous two million years, most of you know absolutely nothing. Archaeologists and anthropologists are struggling to uncover our prehistory, objectively and scientifically; but, so far, they have only a sparse and fragmentary knowledge of it. The vast majority of you know almost nothing of these scientific efforts and know only what you have learned from religion, from the grossly-compromised, hallucinatory versions of our prehistory that our traumatized ancestors have passed down to us. Most of you believe literally in one of these hallucinatory versions of our past. In so doing, you resemble the maddest of men, asylum inmates, who hallucinate even about the present-day world around us.
There is only one person who can help you. Me.
Excuse me for blowing my own horn, but at the present time, my horn is like Ulysses’ bow. No one else can blow it. Moreover, the sickest people, whom Mr. Orwell, in his ground-breaking novel, 1984, dubbed “Big Brother,” loveless, angry and compulsively-lying latent homosexuals, the most materially-successful savages, are terrified of real social change because they unconsciously associate change with the all-important change that they cannot make, with the removal of their Third Masks, masks that hide their homosexuality. (Our prehistory has equipped all of us with two earlier masks.) Naturally, “Big Brother,” the Third Mask people are also terrified of anyone who personifies change, whose knowledge threatens to create fundamental, social and political change. Big Brother has been doing everything in his power to prevent me from getting through to you and awakening you from your amnesia.
To make a long struggle short, I was able to reconstruct our past by combining a functional knowledge of all the social, behavioral, and paleo sciences, psychoanalysis and comparative religion. I used these tools and the scientific method as a detective would to reconstruct a crime. As I uncovered the basic outline of our prehistory, as I discovered who we are, the way forward for us became uniquely easy for me to see.
The rest of you, who are still suffering from amnesia, who are still unconscious of our past, are absolutely clueless as to our path forward. The politicians for whom you vote (and will be voting for Tuesday, in the USA) are as clueless as yourselves but of far worse character. They are, without exception, unprincipled scoundrels and opportunists, Big Brothers, loveless latent homosexuals, oppressed by homophobia and the class society monogamy that created homophobia. They gravitate to politics and state jobs for the opportunities they afford to oppress and humiliate others, to “get even” with the rest of us. (You can’t get the money to pay for mass media advertisements and be a viable candidate in a general election unless you secretly sell out the public interest to private interests. Those that have their own fortune acquired it by being scoundrels in the business world. As the French say, “Behind every great fortune is a great crime.”)
To recover from your amnesia, to learn about our past and, assuming we have one, our future,
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D. R. Huttner
November 4, 2018
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