COMPETITVE “CUT-THROAT” MARKETPLACE (9)

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COMPETITVE “CUT-THROAT” MARKETPLACE (9)

The “Marketplace” is a special kind of arena for which Black People have never been adequately prepared to successfully compete. A mindset of Ferocity (1646, ‘wild-eyed savage) and Cunning (C16 ‘skilfully deceitful’) are essentials to enter this competitive struggle. Competition for Riches, Honor, Command, or other powers puts those striving for them on the path to Contention (rivalry contests), Enmity (deep seated hatred), and sophisticated “War.” Some reasons for this Brute mindset include the desire to do something distinctive; to give some evidence of originality; to attract public attention; to secure patronage; to be feared; and to be above the law. The story of the Grappling Hook is a metaphor for the gains Brutes anticipate from being shrewd and cunning in the marketplace. Both are associated with the challenge of winning at any cost, the excitement from confusion and conflict; the mutual envy of equal status competitors; the dangers of adventure, the thrill of victory, and the agony of shame or defeat. A snapshot setting for this was the theme Aryans handed to their decendants, the Greeks and then to Mediveal European males—i.e. that being a warrior and enslaving people were manly. Such unabated influence was elaborated on by the Italian Machiavelli (1469-1527) who said Western ruling Manhood is about using force and fraud in order to gain and maintain money and power. All of this has been orchestrated throughout European history by influential Supernatural powers so great as to keep Brute followers in awe and controlled. The essence cause for this awe and praise for ancient and Supernatural players has stemmed, not from the reverence of them for being dead, but from the vicious competition patterns they laid out.

“Survival of the fittest” reigns because every man is against every other man. The Marketplace motto is: “What’s mine is mine—what’s yours is up for grabs.” Despite its Rules being inside a box, variations on those Rules are made by the defending champion. There is a similarity of the alliances, liaisons, and flunky group entourage of each reigning champion. Alliances are mutually helpful participants who are psychologically and philosophically disconnected from each other—and yet feature the sharing of common character traits, like the Indifference/Hate/Evil/Sadism (IHES) mindset. Liaisons are people who support like-kind people but without much of an association between them. This is for purposes of ensuring mutual understanding, unity of action, and especially prompt and effective network support so all can acquire a common goal. Such was clearly exhibited by Apartheid, a European policy of racial segregation practiced against non-Whites. Its scramble for Africa climaxed at the Berlin Conference of 1884-5 when 14 European nation leaders publicly proclaimed their hypocritical desire to redeem Africa from the grip of nefarious Arab slave traders. Britain emerged from the conference with 12 colonies in East, West, and southern Africa. France acquired a vast swath of territory in West and North Africa. Upstart Germany secured a handful of territories, of which it would be divested after World War I. Portugal, an empire in dotage (deterioration), obtained Mozambique and Angola to which it would cling until the late 1970s. Throughout this time European nations were fighting each other for dominance over Africans.

All of this goes back to primitive European “I” Society (i.e. Individualism) tribes who constantly fought each other until they needed to join forces to fight a common enemy. This has been modelled in European society ever since as, for example, with the ancient Aryans (a group of tribes sharing a common language but not being of the same racial stock). Similarly, the theme of the Marketplace Destructive Individualists is: “I’ll do as I please and at anybody else’s expense.” It is essential for them to practice Separatism (i.e. discrimination) in order to have scapegoats. One reason for these scapegoats is to have their cult members and the Crowd’s influence spend their attention in attacking them. In this way, all cult members can achieve and maintain a sense of superiority while the Crowd becomes so involved as to not notice what the leaders are doing to control them. They, along with “everybody” one knows, can be bought at some price—and especially when it comes to money. Since, in Western tradition, what trickles down from the top pervades the Crowd, all forms of vicious competition (e.g. coliseum lions vs. people) are approved of by Europeans. jabaileymd.com