Year end shit. What did I learn?
Guess I should continue the habit of doing a year-end dump.
Not worth it this time. 2020 needs to be thrown away and skipped, like the 13th floor. 2021 will be the same or worse.
I'll just ask: What did I learn this year?
I didn't learn anything new about the demons. 1969 and 2008 and the "global warming" coup already taught me forcefully that everyone in a position of power is a monstrous psychopath who fully intends to kill all humans.
I was still quantitatively surprised by the perfect synchronization
of the holocaust. At first I assumed or hoped that bureaucratic inertia and backbiting would slow it down. Nope. All bureaucrats in all countries except Tanzania acted in strict and perfect unison.
The biggest negative surprise was semi-personal. Art Robinson, who had been a leading voice of truth in the "global warming" coup, and whose entire career was based on finding and telling the truth about IMMUNITY and hormesis, was pointedly silent. He was running for the Oregon state legislature, where he won't be able to do anything meaningful, and apparently decided that he could "win" by taking the usual chickenshit Repooflican line. Zero tax, empty words about "liberty" and "constitutions". He lost the chance to be a moral leader by choosing to join the cowardly mob. He did "win", and now he can join the mob.
The biggest positive surprise, the best learning, was purely personal. In dealing with the sudden need for courseware, and the debugging and instruction that ensued, I found that I genuinely ENJOY serving customers.
I had already figured out
in a general abstract sense that the "tech revolution" was a fraud. IPOs and gigs are being pushed as a trick to cheat normal people of their regular wages. Natural Law tells us that most people are meant to be servants, not bosses. This abstraction doesn't tell us that service can be a joy. Now I know.
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