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Contraracism

I’ve recently added some Dutch public figures to my list of legal issues. Always check the list for the latest status.

The reason I am drawing a line is that I’ve established in my psychological model that discrimination is, moral issues aside, a natural process. Therefore it applies to anyone.

What western media have been doing is ignoring my work, despite it being quite influential, and flanking it with contraracist ideas which imply that only white people are racist. I then have to purchase and read a book I don’t have any interest in to receive confirmation that I’m apparently not at all racist. It is not up to anyone to judge whether I am racist or not. I think you will have a hard time proving it, to which extent I am claiming it can’t be helped.

So here is where I draw a big fat line.


New wine in old wineskins

Matthew 9:14-17:

14 Then came to him the disciples of John, saying, Why do we and the Pharisees fast oft, but thy disciples fast not?

15 And Jesus said unto them, Can the children of the bridechamber mourn, as long as the bridegroom is with them? but the days will come, when the bridegroom shall be taken from them, and then shall they fast.

16 No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto an old garment, for that which is put in to fill it up taketh from the garment, and the rent is made worse.

17 Neither do men put new wine into old bottles: else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perish: but they put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved.


This is similar to the part in Exodus where only the younger people get to enter the promised land.

The reason I post it is that Richard Dawkins seems to be frustrated because his book on genes does not sell very well. This is because a lot of scientific research, genes being one of them, puts old sayings in a new perspective: that of modern science. However the ideas are already cemented in phrases and sayings and no one cares that much about replacing them into something similar, but with the word “gene” in it.

Richard Dawkins does not like it, so he starts criticising religion out of sheer frustration about his own failure.

Video

I don’t like youtube for what I do. It is too easy for people to frustrate the reforms. The blocking and other social functionalities are inadequate for my purposes. So I’m trying vimeo. Let’s see what happens.


Progress

In an earlier blog I referred to Daniel:2. This sums up a number of kingdoms, the last of which seems to be western society which is very strong but also very divided.

This points out an important difference in history.

Older states were:

  • Roman empire
  • Persian empire
  • Arab and persian caliphates
  • Ottoman empire


In general, these empires waged war for profit. This no longer works. Industrialization made the regular economy more profitable than war.

The romans threw slaves in the colosseum. The Ottomans enlisted children in their army. I’m sure there are several other stories to be told about slavery, but it is not the main point.

All in all, several things have been abolished by western society: war is not what it used to be since world war 2, chemical weapons have been abolished. Proliferation of nuclear weapons is being reduced.

Slavery has been abolished and made illegal.

Progress has been strong in our time, although it’s not finished. I’m pushing for more. However, insisting on obliging “the white race” to feel guilty about slave trade when in fact western society abolished it is entirely out of touch with reality and it’s racism. It is also not constructive. We abolished several things that used to be normal because technology and civil activism made it possible, kind of pointless to labour the point.

If you are fighting stupidity, maybe do it so that you don’t piss me off.

Western society has done a lot to fight diseases like polio and poverty. Technological advancement has been enormous and many people have profited. Medical experts seem to think that the smartphone is the most important invention when it comes to health, because so many more people have access to medical information.

The lefts sacriledge

I would like to stress that unless the left acknowledges the need for change in the islamic world itself, the left as we know it will be gone.

So far, left-wing media both old and new continuously ignore me, or even block me on facebook. That is sacrilege which doesn’t have to be noted by me personally. Anyone can see it.

The last ditch effort is to blame everything on white people as a race. Fight evil with evil, is that the new rule of the left?

When I studied computer science in the mid 90’s, we had one female class member. She got a straight 10/10 on her first test and went to university. There was one person of Turkish descent who couldn’t keep up and quit. There were four female foreign exchange students.

All in all, we ended up with 60 white males around 20 year old.

I also studied industrial business adminstration. 20 students, 4 female. You can’t get a management position if you don’t go to the right school, stop complaining. The students were all as Dutch as they get.

I launched an invention in the demoscene, a computer art scene, and from there I built a network. There were no women nor any minorities in that scene. Just mostly white males and most of the work came from scandinavia. I saw one person with an arabic name, but he didn’t really appear as an actual artist. He was only active in a chatbox.

Does that make me a criminal? Recently I still saw a female news show host taking pride in not understanding the very tools she uses to make money. Is that still cool? I thought we were over it. If you don’t understand the tools you use and don’t study business administration, you will not get a management position.

If you want to accomplish something in your life, get real and start playing along. Don’t blame white males for your problems, they are busy fixing problems like polio and world poverty and can’t be bothered by lazy profiteers who claim victimhood without taking responsibility for their own future.

Pretending

Apparently I’m supposed to be pleased with holiday wishes.

Not really bothering people with the fact that women and academics won’t touch psychiatric patients unless they get paid for it. Literally.

And the fact that I was hospitalized in 2007, for four and a half months, and practically no one bothered to come visit. Maybe I should have offered money for it.

Play pretend elsewhere with your fake words, I’m not impressed.

Planned obsolescence

I studied industrial business administration. A teacher explained that it was possible to make light bulbs that last forever, but they would consume a lot more power and would therefore be more expensive in the end.

I later learned that, in an office building, changing the lights was more expensive than the lights themselves.

Electronics which last very long do exist. They are used in satellites and such (like voyager for example). There are companies specialized in this field. A Dutch company got them involved in the making of electronics for a nuclear fusion generator.

These electronics are a lot more expensive. If you couple that with the (apparently) fact that the average person buys a new smartphone every 11 months (good going, not) it is very unlikely that a space electronics manufacturer will ever be able to profitably sell an ever-lasting smartphone.

Institutionalism

In general job interviews have been shown to be a bad way to select applicants who want to work for you.

Especially in IT jobs, selecting staff based on interviews (charisma) is a bad idea. That’s why IT projects tend to cost millions more than projected.

With my Asperger’s, I have a handicap when it comes to job interviews. That’s why I hardly ever get a job.

Is that “institutionalism”? No, it is an inherently bad system which works for nobody, but it also works in my disadvantage. Nobody designed it to badger autistic people. It wasn’t designed at all. It just came into being over time, even though it is terrible. Also, it is very hard to fix.

There is no institutionalised discrimination of people with autism in job interviews. Job interviews are a bad idea overall, nobody benefits, but I wish you good luck trying to change the system.

It was not created.

If you would state that there is some kind of purposefully created discrimination that you are bothered by, you are a conspiracy theorist and I don’t take it seriously.

© Koos Swart 2013