OpSec and Babel
Continuing with Del Giudice's magnificently productive question
about mental defensible spaces against pathogens.
I noticed an example of dreamtime vs waketime
spaces tonight. Words from the incoming OTR episode slipped into the dream and got reinterpreted. There wasn't any reason for the reinterpretation; it started a new subject that wasn't already in the dream's plot.
Previously I had considered this to be a peculiar accident. Per Del Giudice, this is necessary.
of dreamtime is to jumble and repattern incoming data, so that data generated by pathogens can't serve its intended purposes.
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How about defensible cases?
Languages are certainly distinct mental spaces. Well known. An idea or a joke rarely transfers properly between languages. I've noted before
that a well-structured language with good internal modularity protects people against invasive ideas.
Often-invaded cultures and languages like Russia develop sophisticated complexities that are impossible for invaders to understand.
Invading cultures like USA and invading languages like English are simple and crude. We are the pathogen, so we don't need to defend against other pathogens.
Babel tells us
that God wanted modularity, not universality. Why? To protect us against both physical and cultural pathogens.
Globalists FORCIBLY break all of these defensible spaces and cases. Globalists want one universal language and one universal culture and one universal mindset. Why? So the Imperial pathogen can spread into all lands. Globalists are like the seed-pod fungus.
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Do globalists in fact bear one single bacterium in our gut biomes, or one single virus in our nervous systems? Does this bacterium or virus cause the genocidal disease of globalism?
Labels: defensible cases, defensible spaces, defensible times