Who controls the past, controls the future: who controls the present, controls the past — George Orwell
A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on. — Sir Winston Churchill
People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought which they avoid. — Soren Aabye Kierkegaard
The Willie Lynch Letter: The Making Of A Slave!
This speech was allegedly delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712. According to the narrative, Lynch was a Brutish slave owner in the West Indies. He was invited to the colony of Virginia in 1712 to teach his methods to slave owners there. The term “lynching” is derived from his last name.
A quick Note: To the intellectual midgets and academic bull shitters, please don’t ask to debate whether or not the letter is actually accurate. Too many knee-grows have been debating this and have obscured the fact that the so called slave producing methodologies have been and are being practiced today, to the detriment of Meritu people on the continent and in the diaspora. My introduction to the Willie Lynch Letter is not to speak about slave producing efforts of the old Southern plantations and Northern neighbourhoods. Nor is it posted to encourage debate about whether or how far we have come as a once 3/5 hue-man beings to whatever the dominant class views and calls us today. However, this is a post about a different kind of slave production. This is an even more sophisticated endeavor, which is even more insidious than actual physical enslavement. One can die as a physical slave. One knows they are physical slaves and may resist or accept it. However, the spiritual and mental slaves either never knew or overstood their enslavement or become willing participants to their enslavements to the detriment of their own souls, the souls of their neighbors, the souls of their children…and the soul of the universe.
Classical Conditioning (Pavlov)
This short topic was posted on the website on Behaviorist Theories.
Summary: Classical conditioning is a reflexive or automatic type of learning in which a stimulus acquires the capacity to evoke a response that was originally evoked by another stimulus.
Originators and Key Contributors: First described by Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936), Russian physiologist, in 1903, and studied in infants by John B. Watson (1878-1958).
Keywords: stimulus-response, psychic reflexes, unconditioned stimulus, conditioned response, respondent conditioning
Several types of learning exist. The most basic form is associative learning, i.e., making a new association between events in the environment. There are two forms of associative learning: classical conditioning (made famous by Ivan Pavlov’s experiments with dogs) and operant conditioning.
In the early twentieth century, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov did Nobel prize-winning work on digestion. While studying the role of saliva in dogs’ digestive processes, he stumbled upon a phenomenon he labeled “psychic reflexes.” While an accidental discovery, he had the foresight to see the importance of it. Pavlov’s dogs, restrained in an experimental chamber, were presented with meat powder and they had their saliva collected via a surgically implanted tube in their saliva glands. Over time, he noticed that his dogs who begin salivation before the meat powder was even presented, whether it was by the presence of the handler or merely by a clicking noise produced by the device that distributed the meat powder. Fascinated by this finding, Pavlov paired the meat powder with various stimuli such as the ringing of a bell. After the meat powder and bell (auditory stimulus) were presented together several times, the bell was used alone. Pavlov’s dogs, as predicted, responded by salivating to the sound of the bell (without the food). The bell began as a neutral stimulus (i.e. the bell itself did not produce the dogs’ salivation). However, by pairing the bell with the stimulus that did produce the salivation response, the bell was able to acquire the ability to trigger the salivation response. Pavlov therefore demonstrated how stimulus-response bonds (which some consider as the basic building blocks of learning) are formed. He dedicated much of the rest of his career further exploring this finding. In technical terms, the meat powder is considered an unconditioned stimulus (UCS) and the dog’s salivation is the unconditioned response (UCR). The bell is a neutral stimulus until the dog learns to associate the bell with food. Then the bell becomes a conditioned stimulus (CS) which produces the conditioned response (CR) of salivation after repeated pairings between the bell and food.
John B. Watson: Early Classical Conditioning with Humans
John B. Watson further extended Pavlov’s work and applied it to human beings. In 1921, Watson studied Albert, an 11 month old infant child. The goal of the study was to condition Albert to become afraid of a white rat by pairing the white rat with a very loud, jarring noise (UCS). At first, Albert showed no sign of fear when he was presented with rats, but once the rat was repeatedly paired with the loud noise (UCS), Albert developed a fear of rats. It could be said that the loud noise (UCS) induced fear (UCR). The implications of Watson’s experiment suggested that classical conditioning could cause some phobias in humans.
Media: plural of me·di·a (Noun)
Noun; The main means of mass communication regarded collectively: “the campaign won media attention”. Have you ever asked yourself why the term media has been chosen to identify a host of information sources geared towards the masses? Perhaps, as Yurugu is wont to do, the term media is a shout out to one of their many mythological entities from the now admittedly false Hellenic culture?
MEDEA: Medea was a devotee of the goddess Hecate, and one of the great sorceresses of the ancient world. She was the daughter of King Aeetes of Colchis, and the granddaughter of Helios, the sun god.
Notation about the false Hellenic culture: The Colchis culture is a North Afrikan culture. In fact all of the supposed cultural and mythical narratives from the Macedonian culture was derived from Afrikan lands…including Europe (Princess Europa)
King Aeetes’ most valuable possession was a golden ram’s fleece. When Jason and the crew of the Argo arrived at Colchis seeking the Golden Fleece, Aeetes was unwilling to relinquish it and set Jason a series of seemingly impossible tasks as the price of obtaining it. Medea fell in love with Jason and agreed to use her magic to help him, in return for Jason’s promise to marry her. Jason fled in the Argo after obtaining the golden fleece, taking Medea and her younger brother, Absyrtis, with him. King Aeetes pursued them. In order to delay the pursuit, Medea killed her brother and cut his body into pieces, scattering the parts behind the ship. The pursuers had to stop and collect Absyrtis’ dismembered body in order to give it proper burial, and so Jason, Medea and the Argonauts escaped.
After the Argo returned safely to Iolcus, Jason’s home, Medea continued using her sorcery. She restored the youth of Jason’s aged father, Aeson, by cutting his throat and filling his body with a magical potion. She then offered to do the same for Pelias the king of Iolcus who had usurped Aeson’s throne. She tricked Pelias’ daughters into killing him, but left the corpse without any youth-restoring potion. After the murder of Pelias, Jason and Medea had to flee Iolcus; they settled next in Corinth. There Medea bore Jason two children before Jason forsook her in order to marry the daughter of Creon, the king of Corinth. Medea got revenge for Jason’s desertion by killing the new bride with a poisoned robe and crown which burned the flesh from her body; King Creon died as well when he tried to embrace his dying daughter. Medea fled Corinth in a chariot, drawn by winged dragons, which belonged to her grandfather Helios. She took with her the bodies of her two children, whom she had murdered in order to give Jason further pain. Medea then took refuge with Aegeus, the old king of Athens, having promised him that she would use her magic to enable him to have more children. She married Aegeus and bore him a son, Medus. But Aegeus had another son, Theseus. When Theseus returned to Athens, Medea tried to trick her husband into poisoning him. She was unsuccessful, and had to flee Athens, taking Medus with her. After leaving Athens, Medus became king of the country which was later called Media.
So we see that the term Media was in effect in honor of a sorceress, who has little to no compunction of duping, murdering or misleading others as long as she gets her own way. Today there is no doubt that the media influences us as a means of duping and using sorcery to have us believe things we normally shouldn’t believe. To state some examples to prove this claim, try answering the questions that follow.
1. Have you ever felt like attempting a stunt from a movie?
2. Do you base your fashion sense and practice on what you see entertainers are wearing?
3. Do you copy the hairstyle or persona of your favorite movie star or singer/rapper?
4. Have you ever attempted to live your life or behave the way people you see on tel-lie-vision act, wear, drive, where they live or what they eat?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have acknowledged the influence media has had in your life. The media affects the way we act and think. It has a profound influence on the behavior of its audience. When people, especially the young or those with weak spirit, mind or characters, try to imitate something seen or heard on the radio or tel-lie-vision (or these days on the internet), they are saying that they are not capable enough to distinguish between right from wrong? Young people often imitate their role models blindly. What is being highlighted in the entertainment industry is the wrongdoings of these celebrities whom the young people idolize. And because they are heroes in the youths minds, they are still celebrated despite the bad behavior they have been showing to the public. Media satiate the peoples hunger for trivial information and rumors. They create buzz by hyping the issues with flowery words and provoking descriptions. Controversies are created left and right to get the attention of people. A significant number of youth nowadays are suffering from eating disorders attributable to unhealthy lifestyles that are emerging. The television programs, movies, and even print materials often showcase this lifestyle as fun activities despite their negative effect on health. Media hypes the acceptability of vices.
How many times have we heard adults in your age groups or older lament that fact that children nowadays do not do the same activities as children of before. Instead of reading books, studying, playing outdoors with other children, and engaging in social activities, they end up being cooped up in their rooms watching the tel-lie-vision , acting out their lives entirely on social media. And because of technological advancements and the availability of gadgets to young people, these children end up spending a significant amount of time in front of their computers and hand-held video games. Because Internet is readily available to children, they end up reading and learning things, which are not suitable for their age. They get exposed to indecency and inappropriate acts. They become wrapped up in a different world—a world of fantasy. The changes in the behavior and outlook of people towards life are attributable to the negative psychological effects of media. Changes in cultural and moral values have been observed. Many people believe that what is depicted by the media is true and acceptable, altering their judgment and causing altercations.
The negative influences of media are vast. It affects the physical self, the emotions, the psychological aspect, and even the spiritual stand of many people. One negative influence can trigger another negative effect and this can cause a chain of reaction leading to destruction of relationships in society. However, media is not just to lead the vulnerable a stray with triviality and celebrities acting badly. Media is also a tool for tyrannical propaganda and subjective manipulations of emotional and mental conditioning towards an acceptable end. I remember reading last year the narrative of the first man to create a commercial for the fledgling information source called television. He purposely sought to test a test subject’s emotional response to a particularly well liked commercial. While hooked up to a series of machines, he was able to chart the subjects response, thus acquiring the knowledge on how to effectively influence TV watching audiences. Of course since that time, commercials have become more sophisticated and many subliminal influences are in ALL tel-lie-vision garbage on that idiot box. How do I know? I have separated myself from cannibalism for over two decades and even up till today, when watching a commercial about some roasted dead flesh; I would sometimes fell my mouth watering. At first I started to question myself, until it dawned on me that any intimate contact with dead flesh would cause me to be sick…this is how far removed I was from that lifestyle. So why was my mouth watering? Of course it was subliminal influence through the commercials.
I guess I can overstand the urge of some people to end up fighting in a McDog food restaurant, beat up a drive through attendant at a booger King, or shoot a spouse for taking that last…whatever it was that was deep fried. You see there are several ways that the tyrannical power brokers can enter your mind and influence you. Tel-lie-vison is one. But there are chemical pathways in your edibles (to call what is consumed a food is insulting), electronic frequencies (they have now developed the ability to influence you through the phone line, when the TV is supposedly turned off, etc) and one on one conditioning through the killing fields of the public fool system and the den of inequity were we go to worship. Many academics have stated that the mind is the most powerful thing on the planet and have championed the intellect over emotion as they reason why mankind (not hue-man) have risen above the animals. This of course are the thoughts of the mythical Yurugu of the Dogon people, who missing his heart the emotion that makes him whole, vows to dominate the planet through sheer intellect. Mind control professionals overstand that the emotional aspect of the mind, not the intellect dominates creativity and growth. The saying…”if you believe you will fail and if you believe you will succeed, then you are right on both counts!” simply illustrates that belief is what tips the field in your favour. Belief is not the domain of the intellectuals. theirs is something called facts, that are developed through something called empirical evidence. empirical evidence relies on or is derived from observation or experiment ( empirical results) that supported the original hypothesis which hard science insists as being verifiable or provable by means of observation or experiment: empirical laws and guided by practical experience and not theory, especially in medicine.
In the case of Pavlov the dog’s reaction to the bell is empirical evidence that the bell and the meat powder, influences the dog to salivate. The dog on the other hand believes that if he salivates and gets excited the man thing will bring him food or ring a bell.
Now as a regular reader of this blog, you are asking what does recounting the his-story of media and Medea have to do with sexuality?