MARKETPLACE’S COMPETITIVE PHILOSOPHY (7)
Historically, a Competitive philosophy of life (POL) has been the focal point of European warriors and “gentlemen” alike. From their beginnings, a lifestyle of competitive Conditioned Responses of using ‘any means necessary’ has been orchestrated. Its theme: “I must win at all costs,” has as its objective for each to be the most powerful and the richest of all competitors in the “here and now” Seen Natural world. To make this happen requires generating vicious competitive “Games” between people like them; stirring up conflicts with and among people unlike them; and applying crushing forces against any who disagree, challenge, or compete against them + those who attempt to block their greedy efforts. Their POL core and the patterned methods for carrying them out have always been the same—merely up-dated throughout the millennia by Innovations (alter, renew)—i.e. adding something new to what already exists so as to enhance their Indifference/Hate/Evil/Sadism (IHES) complex skills. Their innovations are to enhance their “Me, Me, Me” oriented things more Efficiently (doing more with less effort and/or time than with any other option); Effectively (the desired effect satisfies the solution better than any alternative), and which remain situationally practical and flexible. Their emphasis is on the GUN (any killing device), machines, and systems of mind control.
The African mythological god mindset of Set—Brutes’ supreme model—entices greed to mushroom into a wild, frenzied, and competitive “life or limb” threatening “game”. This mindset features the ability to kill people better than any competitor—and that is the basis of the winner’s superiority attitude–and not intelligence! Intelligence cannot occur in those who keep a foot forever on the throats of their scapegoats. Thus, Set minds falsely believe they must follow their emotions since non-rational thinking validates and justifies their reactions. Since these necessarily mean ones intellect stays stupid and dumb, to remain in power Set has no choice but to devise methods to control peoples’ minds. It starts with intimidation for non-believers or who fail to do as they are told. Set’s ability to win over other competitors comes from being “Shrewd” (wicked, evil, malicious, dangerous) and perfecting historically well-worked out patterns of penetration, conquest, occupation, colonization attacks laid down over the ages. But such Patterned Thinking in competitive war practices, by leading to mental encage-ment and enslavement, makes Set minds easy to trick. A Set mindset acts irrationally; paralyzes its own capacity for good actions; urges the taking of needless chances; provides justification (“I was forced to do…”) for evil; and refuses everything about the other or what the other offers if that other is disliked. To claim oneself to be ‘superior’—the most ridiculous concept in the history of humankind–requires having to demean the competition and destroy them.
Springing from arrogant and greedy Individualism, “The Game” of C15-C16 European “Gentlemen” reached a high Set level from an obsession-compulsion for Materialism and Fetter indulgences. Its Marketplace rules were that “there are no rules” and that sanctioned the free use of every dishonorable, every amoral, and every immoral measure imaginable in order to see who could gain the most adult toys. They instituted a persisting Competitive Triad of: (1) making others comply with their Rules; (2) being free to exhibit dishonesty/dishonorableness, amorality/immorality, and hypocrisy; and (3) bursting with being judgmental so as to tell others: “Do what I say, not as I do.” For any to go against this Triad is to spur Brutes’ “Righteous Indignation”—and that calls for widespread media coverage. By contrast, their Brute Network protects them from being exposed for their Brute deeds. They thrive on generating and living in Conflict, Confusion, Ambiguity, and Doubt. In this way they can fashion what is of interest to them to come out with an unfair advantage for them and an unfair disadvantage for honorable competitors. Whether inside or outside the Marketplace, to consider their feigned enemies as subhuman and “mechanical” is at the ‘root’ of their IHES mindsets. Their “win at all costs” motto is a sure indication of them being self-absorbed, insecure, misguided, and operating out of their Ego self. Their hatred of everybody, and especially themselves, is masked by getting great pleasure out of vicious competitive chases and battles—whether with fellow cult competitors or up-start “out-group” competitors.jabaileymd.com