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word coinage as memetic warfare Anonymous 03/28/2022 (Mon) 00:33:06 No. 353
a single word can enable the formulation of otherwise clunky or counterintuitive perspectives. Please suggest words and word definitions to promote in order to elucidate the belly of this beast definition suggestion: an adjective/adverb to describe -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent broadly speaking, it is when A makes B comfortable so that B will not become a threat to A, with the implication that this lethargy prevents B from ascending in some way (whether economic, spiritual etc) words like torpor, lethargy or opiate may be a good base to build off of. If a word exists but isn't used that much it could be repurposed by frequent use in conjunction with a word that directs it towards this definition. (e.g. if torporize is a word then "the post-colonialist americans are economically torporizing the haitians!" or "the modern world is designed to spiritually torporize great men before they can disruptively shape history") captcha image because idk what pic to post
>>353 Good idea. >brightboxing >de-stratification/durable indolence >pigeon-izing Spent about 5minutes on these. Thoughtful thread idea, curious to see what others come up with.
>>354 oh, "wireheading" is a term already popular with less-wrong type nerds so that might help. It would be kind of an abuse of the term as they use it, but playing fair isn't fun. Seems good to promote new terms though just so that the concept takes up a greater footprint in adjacent vocabulary. Idk if anyone else feels this but I'm fairly linguistically-intelligent and sometimes my words will find thoughts before I understand them myself. I'll talk to myself or imagine a conversation and let the flow of speech generate something meaningful. I imagine that if I had more ways to formulate an observation with some vocabulary, I would at least consider that observation with higher likelihood. I don't think it would be a good thing to become overly reliant on the sort of phrasing that normies have with "logical fallacies" and suchlike. Theoretically it should be "hey, this argument follows a known bad form, and I can explain why it applies" but in practice it is "I can't explain why the slippery slope fallacy doesn't contradict the end of history fallacy but you are definitely wrong" We want to promote concepts that are fertile and useful in apolitical soil but will spread anywhere they can reveal truth. We don't want to create something where it is a win card, a nasty caricature a guy can point to and claim his enemy embodies if you squint, we want to carry specific concepts so that they can become familiar and later indiscriminately deployed against the interests of our opposition. I'm not sure what other targets suit this tactic, but I will suggest some even if I have no clue how a latent critique could be embedded. Some of this is spitballing without a point, because you need to notice something about your target that is also under-recognized or under-described in general. Science as an institution of authority -supporters often speak of Science as trustworthy without distinguishing the institutions, the instantiations of science, from the methodology. The word "polycentric" springs to mind somehow when I think of how science in China is a bit more racist. authoritarianism vs statism take -some have proposed a criticism of the faceless rootless state apparatus and contrasted it with authority of those who have the interests of those they serve at heart in a natural biological way -this is tricky because "authoritarianism" is a nono word plus our enemies are ever more fond of using puppet authorities so we want to criticize them for this whenever possible, maybe find+promote a different word for "authoritiarianism" that is wholesome like within a functional family or something. Needs applicability in other neutral contexts though to propagate. Optimally this would be used to prevent the exploitation of the less capable of our in-group on a clan-sized basis. We want to promote and normalize the authority of a stand-up guy over his cousins, coworkers and suchlike to make them not waste their money on crappy car loans and credit card debt. Maybe invent/popularize some words to do with other cases where people can already self-bar themselves from casinoes or bars etc with legal enforcement of the contraction of their own rights. -statism is a word associated with particular criticisms already, so maybe this distinction could be made some other way with a different definition most NGOs, think tanks and nearly the entire "charity" industry are our enemies. They are essentially an extension of the government. People must think that the office workers for charities are perpetually filled with the good feeling you get from helping people, as if the hedonic treadmill is not applicable to ego-boosts. The deep state in whatever sense it exists may also be bad news. Given that you can find PBS documentaries from the early 2000s critiquing the american deep state, there may be some component our enemies wish to destroy or have already destroyed. A convincer that the deep state exists, courtesy of julian assange IIRC: why don't democracies frequently change their foreign policies when they change candidates? because the relationships between the intel agencies, millitaries etc behind the scenes haven't changed.
>>355 >Some of this is spitballing without a point, because you need to notice something about your target that is also under-recognized or under-described in general. ...and that is something that you can do better with more heads. if you share criticism of your enemies maybe someone will pick up on something about a criticism that is too hard to explain for how frequently it needs to be said.
>>353 feels analogous to munchausen by proxy, specifically the cases where the bitch lies to her kids about their own ages to keep using them for sympathy longer. This implies a different sort of motivation but may be more amicable for leftists critiquing the west, and may be more applicable in regular contexts like helicopter parents. "malnurtured" sounds too much like "malnourished" but it evokes the right images. concepts like "celebration parallax" (A is happening and this is good, but if you point out that A is happening you are a conspiracy theorist or liar) are useful enough in recognizing inconsistencies of enemy propaganda that subtle alternative forms are worthwhile.
been thinking about this shit a lot lately categories and words normies say "trans women are women" but if you think about it what does that really mean? what is it supposed to mean? the category doesn't stop existing just because you remove any name that people have for it and give it to another categorization scheme. Creatures can still be categorized into two clusters based on XX/Xy or testicle presence or "has at least one y chromosome" or whatever. the categories "exist" in whatever sense concepts "exist" regardless of what term you use. (likewise, the tranny definition for sex/gender "exists" as a concept no matter what. It is basically the same but with the asterisk of opt out + opt in + generate new custom category) The only sense in which some categories exist more than others is that some boundaries between clusters of traits are easier to discover from an objective perspective, like autoencoders noticing that all the balding middle aged jewish """girls""" ought to go in the male category due to their objective bone structure. so basically it is just an order to stop using a concept that easily categorizes people correctly for a set of traits that they have. "trannies" doesn't work as a replacement unless FtMs are completely discredited or discarded in the public mind. That just divides FtM/MtF vs cis male/female, when we need words that allow people to reason about FtMs+cisfems and MtFs+cismales. "transbian" whether used as a slur or not is an enabler for thoughts that recognize the original male/female distinction we need more post-trans words like this and especially those that do not harbor explicit malicious intent.
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
> -the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort To give someone nerfbrain. > -the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work > -the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent Race trainers (only works via text because homonym), cookie slaver, Libdaddy Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
>>367 >Referring to the kikes in this equation: Welfare farmers, welfare rustlers, welflords, EBTlords, idk needs work "ebtors" (EBTors) like "debtors" but again this works better for those who succumb than the perps. Maybe the point could be the corporate grift aspect to the system- both debtors and ebtors are tricked into living in such a state because it generates/justifies cashflow for a corp or bureau. maybe it is better to focus on things we want people to realize on their own and work backwards to find intuitive paths their criticisms can take to that target. remember "anarcho-tyranny"? that was really useful and it was amazing to see it get more mainstream because (and even though) it was mostly a politicized critique of our enemies and how they operate. But it was almost too successful in unearthing criticisms, to the point that you had people say that normies were misusing it. That sounds like a clear cut case of too much meaning spread over too few words, so that is a good target for elaboration. pre-existing terms: prosecutor/prosecutory/prosecutor's discretion, parallel construction. More terms could rope the media into it, but ought to keep the focus on selective prosecution of technical crimes because we already have terms like "media circus" that will overshadow anything not clearly distinct. the terms "crucify" and "crucifixion" seem to have potential in this topic with the intimidation, fear factor and self-policing of anarcho-tyranny. de-politicized regular spread is especially important for any term that can b represented as overly dramatic. existing terms: pan-opticon, learned helplessness
other realizations to target: -what is officially government or not is meaningless in a world where government is both controlled by and funds undying external entities -the israeli PAC has been selectively un-prosecuted despite never registering as foreign lobbyists IIRC, while obviously other groups don't get away with that. This ties into deep-state: who can affect the winners in democracy is determined by a set of people beholden to something other than democracy. -an instance of democracy is only well-defined by the limits on participants. the old democracy gangrape joke (or wolves/sheep joke) recognizes a form of this. Obviously the application in our future is using this to preserve territorial sovereignty amidst NGO-funded climate refugee waves. "When a people don't like their government, the government elects a new chosen people" Borders are a no-no word so this type of concept needs to be snuck in with a different lexicon. Secession is another use case that benefits from widespread lucid thinking on this topic, but in the opposite way. Instead of using the legitimacy of the democracy instance to critique vote dilution, the legitimacy of the federalized system is diminished by lucid critique: if 'stolen land + broken treaty -> invalid USA/AUS borders' etc then wouldn't a secessionist rural state displaying marginally more valid collaboration/treaty with native populations have more legitimacy than the feds? It may be democracy in both states, why is a particular clustering of population/territory and post-national zogmutts more/less valid democracy? -Jeffrey Epstein type motherfuckers exist, and the point behind the "didn't kill himself" meme is that the elite kill people who get in their way and can only coordinate with each other by backing their deals with mass scale pedophile/murder/torture blackmail mutually-assured destruction. Obviously the israelis are neck deep in that shit but if you can't bring them up without triggering zogbots then just get the foot in the door. Talk about Black Cube, Kroll Inc, etc even if not the ethnoreligious background involved. We need more terms to describe blackmail economies that do not sound like "black male economies" or can at least be inferred from context to be different things. ("economies of blackmail", "reputation ransom/hostage", "incriminating hazing") -"elite bloodlines want to filter all competition" is a controversial schizo-esque phrasing of the drug-addled sloth imperative critiqued ITT, hopefully inspires -the media slides stuff out of your awareness with new critical issues, a period of cooldown, and then the new issue. Big problem with this is that it requires intelligence to recognize that it is going on and self-honesty/awareness to notice it consistently. "memory hole" works well, "slide thread" or "thread derailment" work contextually, "covid reruns" "climate reruns" and even "war reruns" redpilled a lot of people who hadn't noticed it before. For fitting well with boomer stereotypes, it may be marginally useful to disguise terms in anti-boomer rhetoric: "newscast alzheimers" for those who think they are watching new episodes of the culture war. Someone has a similar named law that is something like "expert in X knows that the media doesn't get X well enough to represent it, trusts them on foreign policy, Y or Z though" which reminds that named laws (not just eponymous laws) are useful ways to propagate concepts. -every instance of celebration parallax is a target, if only for the instant where people need to be convinced not to notice. Make someone ask themselves if they live in a "future black neighborhood" based on present day birthrates. Make the parallax uncomfortable, so at least some noble frogs will find the will to leap out the pot.
Based>>353 Based and coinpilled
its good to be back here
I'll also note that culture jamming to retake memes, like pic related. It actually becomes a better meme that will outlive the it's memetic chrysalis. Another example would be how BLM was Bureau of Land Management, and the acronym was taken over by Black Lives Matter. But that's not the end, it can be both, and once it's 3 or more things it starts to take on a Kek like effect where it's everything untill you specify, and it may be more than one thing yet not another (((particular))) thing, but only when the context changes and that is far above most normies. So maybe BLM can also be Blood Licking Monsters (jew penis suckers) or something. Maybe also Beyond Limits of Matter. Good thread, lets this mental dynamo a turning, it's been awhile /bmw/ >>372 >ebtors (EBTors) I like this. >>373 >legitimacy of the federalized system is diminished by lucid critique: if 'stolen land + broken treaty -> invalid USA/AUS borders' etc then wouldn't a secessionist rural state displaying marginally more valid collaboration/treaty with native populations have more legitimacy than the feds? Why yes, and that is why the State of Jefferson and the Greater Texas Republic (which by original Treaty bounds includes Colorado and part of Wyoming, MASSIVE AMOUNTS of Mexico down to about the 22nd parallel line, and probably also taking slices of New Mexico, and Kansas as well) are actually serious threats threats and those who actually study/proliferate understanding of the laws of nations (sovereign law) are a great catalyst to be feared. >>369 >And the mighty power of 'HIDE POST bears its useful head for something that is not shillposting Relax, the information is out there, there may be spaghetti everywhere, but we're well used to that.
>>377 >BLM can also be Blood Licking Monsters (jew penis suckers) or something We already have "Burn Loot Murder" to go with. Good concept to retake or distort undesirable memes.
>>373 people being cancelled is an effect that is inherently political but also disproportionately mainstreamed. Some musicians confide their awareness of cancellation in their lyrics. (ironic since those same crowds are the ones which would turn on them in such an event. It is a concept that has a hook into an influential industry, and always will, as long as cancellation is a worry artists have to keep in mind all the time- and it likely always has been. something about "half-life" would fit. (radioactive decay consuming half of a sample over a period, maybe "virtuous half-life" to point out that social credit and reputation rot away instead of accruing interest in the context of the mass media system) lexisphere: a set of words used within a definite bound (e.g. an internet forum, a political persuasion, a profession, a personality type) the four principles of strategic lexicraft: 1. a word present in a lexisphere selectively lowers the intelligence requirement to understand or invent dependent concepts 2. two words of a lexisphere within tight conceptual proximity will impair and compete with each other ("overshadow") 3. two words of a lexisphere within loose conceptual proximity will enhance and complement with each other 4. as long as it is not the union of all individual lexispheres, any relevant lexisphere has some degree of lexical diffusion to and from adjacent lexispheres 5. the diffusion of a word inside/between lexispheres is determined by the tendencies of the entities involved to propagate it. beyond the political, the direct cultivation of virtue ought to be considered. Meme Warfare bla bla bla, just imagine if we made Cope 2 and mainstreamed it. Any marginal fat guys getting fit instead of rotting away in opiate stupors are pure instantaneous good in a non-instrumental sense. what we can do to further elucidate the conceptual clusters around virtue? Prudence/foresight, lucidity, relentlessness. >>377 >But that's not the end, it can be both, and once it's 3 or more things it starts to take on a Kek like effect where it's everything untill you specify acronyms are definitely a strong version of this, but I fail to see how you can do much to steer the phenomenon.
>>379 fuck, i meant 5
>>353 exposure of mundane statecraft is the name of the game. why do people pay taxes when they are so low-income that altogether it makes scant difference? because it is a submission ritual. why do rootless cosmos like bezos bring in mexicans but also support "fascist" movements hostile to immigrants? because he doesn't support either side, he wins when you can't unionize because two thirds of your coworkers speak spanish and one of those thirds isn't even legal. Even if there are parts we can't say out loud like the relationship between kin selection and trust, whatever we can say to expose the condition in a normie-friendly way will do wonders. also we need to launder phrases that have become unjustly tainted. "rootless cosmopolitan", "degenerate"/"degeneracy" and "globalism" all mean "I'm hitler. Nice to meet you." to a normie even though none of those concepts need to reference race in a normie-incompatible way to work. We need new phrases for the same ideas to launder away unacceptable connotations, just like they periodically come up with a new way to say "black" or "retarded" to launder away low status.
>>372 this 7inchjak turns into a stealthstika
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>>353 >he anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) use words focused on the profiteering to promote the convergent point acceptable to our enemy's rhetoric. The analogy will establish well establish itself in the parallel details of the critique, even if the word itself affords us little leverage. Tear farmers. Rat bundles (used to refer to donations, which were left to rot in Haiti and become food for pests) Donor overflow (thy donors overfloweth, thy funding tis' reapportioned) >>354 >durable indolence good line. of a society: lethargically robust of a discipline: Sloth engineering. Opiate architects. >>359 >Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin true, but don't discard if they are intuitive in a targetable sub-population (like LessWrongers mention ITT) >>372 >pre-existing terms: prosecutor/prosecutory/prosecutor's discretion, parallel construction. >More terms could rope the media into it, but ought to keep the focus on selective prosecution of technical crimes because we already have terms like "media circus" that will overshadow anything not clearly distinct. also "manufactured consent" which should be a much more popular term in the age of "stick those covid patients in the old folks home, we need funding" and "you can't go surfing alone, you'll kill grandma" so it might be ripe for mitosis >>372 >the terms "crucify" and "crucifixion" seem to have potential in this topic with the intimidation, fear factor and self-policing of anarcho-tyranny. de-politicized regular spread is especially important for any term that can b represented as overly dramatic. existing terms: pan-opticon, learned helplessness "$X crucifixion" could use $X to related to crucifixion in many different ways- $x crucified, crucifying, the role of the nails or the cross ...and "holding up the helpless to bleed/starve painfully" fits well what they did to Rhittenhouse's defense fund when people lost their jobs for donating to it. Enter "Bail crucifixion" which we will certainly see again, carrying with it some lingering cultural intuition of the manipulated masses calling for Barabas. >>373 >-what is officially government or not is meaningless in a world where government is both controlled by and funds undying external entities secondary/tertiary/indirect/second-order government. K.I.S.S. >>373 >Talk about Black Cube, Kroll Inc, etc elite mercenary factions. "elite" plays two roles here and "factions" enhances the second meaning. They aren't just corporate harassment pro creeps and snoops- they are "elite" and affiliated with an "elite" >>373 >("economies of blackmail", "reputation ransom/hostage", "incriminating hazing") some analogy about ships or being in the same boat maybe? People tying themselves together or something else which implies "if one of us goes down we all do" in context: "price of admission" >"newscast alzheimers" "Well, covid and ukraine are over... and now, back to talking about taxes!" >>379 >something about "half-life" would fit. (radioactive decay consuming half of a sample over a period, maybe "virtuous half-life" to point out that social credit and reputation rot away instead of accruing interest in the context of the mass media system) maybe something pointing out how fame itself is the reason people are at risk of being cancelled? Nobody cares about a loser enough to get him cancelled, but if a "hollywood icarus" flies too high he might get "disinfected by starlight" (Is sunlight disinfection a common enough concept for this to be acceptable?) >>381 >"rootless cosmopolitan", yuppie >"degenerate"/"degeneracy" "antisocial" exists, if there is room for more terms here we ought to focus on a nuance to highlight. "eusocial" is a good one too, maybe "malsocial" or "dys-social" would be good terms to remove the "we are referring to loner losers here" essence in the term "antisocial". Maybe these terms but with hyphen "civil" instead? >"globalism" depends on what you want to refer to. ZOG wars, outsourcing to the 3rd world across fragile supply chains, slave labor as "free trade"... there is a lot of material to countersignal with here. >all mean "I'm hitler. Nice to meet you." picrel
>>389 >>"degenerate"/"degeneracy" >"antisocial" exists, if there is room for more terms here we ought to focus on a nuance to highlight. "eusocial" is a good one too, maybe "malsocial" or "dys-social" would be good terms to remove the "we are referring to loner losers here" essence in the term "antisocial". Maybe these terms but with hyphen "civil" instead? "de-civilizing" >>355 >We want to promote and normalize the authority of a stand-up guy over his cousins, coworkers and suchlike to make them not waste their money on crappy car loans and credit card debt. distinction: words we want to spread amongst our enemies, versus mere culturally hostile populations, versus our lucid allies, versus our eventual allies. (Epstein, suburban libtards, /ourguys/, and conservanormies respectively.) this sort of concept we just want to spread among the /ourguys/ and conservanormies, though if it reaches the suburban libtards that isn't a loss either. thus, we can use politicized satire of terms in constructing this one. "trusted expert" (somewhat tongue-in-cheek, a twist on the sort of expert the media promotes) but used to refer to someone in your family or a friends family that will handle one complicated aspect of contemporary life for you. (computer guy, or personal finances, or fitness/nutrition) Let's not forget about covid, people! Lung vacuums. Flipping the quarantine switch. "immuno-compromising" populations aka fats and blacks, but throw boomers in there too if we need a bit more stealth mainstreaming. Okay, these are admittedly mostly slogans and shit not really like the topical infectious concepts we want but you get the picture. Some term for how it went from unacceptable to wear a mask to acceptable and yet some comparable measures are never accepted like if a guy wore a gas mask he'd be kicked out of the grocery store. Socially rationed risk tolerance, or just "risk ration" if you will
Luke Smith presents a concept of multiple outs from magician-craft. A good concept to propagate ingroup-wide. summarized it somewhere else on here but he does a great job it is worth reading in its entirety. https://lukesmith.xyz/articles/conspiratorial-thinking-and-multiple-outs Is the "great reset" agenda something that normies ought to be prepped to comprehend along some dimensions? I haven't looked much into it, if nothing else it may be a normie-acceptable instance of celebration parallax to highlight. ("no the great reset isn't happening schizo, just shut up and let the WEF talk!")
mentally I decompose entities along various dimensions which although correlated are not 1-to-1. Good vs bad, my ally vs my enemy, and of a natural vs unnatural disposition. The intuition people have that distinguishes the wicked from the evil tends to suit my distinction between natural/unnatural respectively but there is not a solid mapping for the good side of things. I can use "noble" for those that are good and natural, but those which are good in a servile way not inherent to their nature don't have a good word on hand. If you have solution please provide it.
>>389 >lethargically robust lethargically robust hierarchy a quick thanks to people who try to acclimate newcomers to imageboard specific culture
>>/fascist/27329 This post makes me think in terms of psyops and suppression. It has long been an argument among the conspiracy-avid that some conspiracies are just put out there to cloud, dilute or taint the real ones. It would be useful to create terms that enforce hierarchy upon instances of this argument. minimum viable theory: the explanation that takes the fewest red-yarn lines and tacs to explain while achieving maximal persuasion. (on, say, a normie) Smaller is better, convincing with accepted/sourced premises (without requiring high openness on the part of the subject) is better, actionable is better. In this example: parasites demonstrably cause mental/hormonal issues. parasites are more common in some areas than others, but countries that don't have norms of anti-parasite medication (e.g. USA) still have parasites. it seems weird that there isn't more widely used anti-parasite medication for humans given the demonstrable health consequences of parasites. The actionable part is where they take the meds (good) non-actionable awareness: if someone tries to tell me that the moon is made of cheese and CIA suppresses this, it probably isn't worth my time to debate facts instead of pointing out that idc. I can't steal the cheese moon, so it doesn't directly help me. Give me daily actions or plans for an operation and we are good. That said, sometimes non-actionable awareness is useful for the sake of further (related) insights to come. Call this an "openness booster" if you like. "Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself" falls into this category, whether it was successful or not. (a lot of normies did not get the point.) >>379 >what we can do to further elucidate the conceptual clusters around virtue? Prudence/foresight, lucidity, relentlessness. I have psychologically transmitted something (good?) to other people before, a thing that I would prospectively label "ego lucidity" and refer to the ability to consciously interrupt and redirect status-anxiety adjacent states of mind. This might be more applicable to zoomers. Forewarning, I'm going to talk a lot so just skim everything except the paragraph after next if TLDR: I am a natural "narcissist" by some psychological definition- I have spent a lot of my life daydreaming about looking cool/smart/sexy/indomitable in front of other people. (Scenes like this: I'm comforting a bro or girl at a table after something horrible, some outside observer sees me comforting them and thinks that I am an empathic badass or something.) Shrinks say "narcissists actually don't love themselves, they need constant gratification from being seen by others" and as applicable as that is to my case and many others, this does raise the question what the opposite of that definition of narcissism is. (and how I can get to be like that, not needing respect or observation from anyone to legitimize my self-image) This whole complex causes a bit of distraction, but more importantly a bit of ill-conceived and ill-directed rage. It is strange how persistent and subtle this condition appears to have been from the inside, it makes me wonder if typical psychopaths ever take the time to evaluate what makes them different from regular people. You would think that a culture that promotes individualism and punk-rock style "I don't think I'm cool, I don't wanna be" would actually get this into my head faster. I swear I'm not an imbecile, this might just be one of those messages you can't send very well through culture. Anyway, I did something where I basically admitted/clarified that I am not an anime character with a tragic/mysterious background (so to speak) to some people who somehow thought that I was underprivileged and traumatized. (this makes you interesting and paradoxically high status in a particular part of zoomer "boring" middle class america, hence my own similar prior fixations. Looking back, some of this might have been my fault for misdirecting them bit by bit with things that were not quite false but not characteristic of who I am but rather who I thought it might be cool to be.) A while after this, a dyed-hair girl confided to me that some of her trauma might have been shrink-implanted memories. (I suspect that this is a way to walk back claims made only for the sake of status if you don't have the guts to admit it, but it could also be a legit thing that happened and was never questioned before because of this desire for a specific self image) Last I heard she was officially not a trans (pre-operation "man") anymore. I can't take all the credit, but I think firmly rejecting pity and unearned respect people try to give you can open their eyes to the real world. Not a great sample size, but it is my suspicion. zoomers also seem to have a desire for cathartic fuel in their relationships (e.g. past trauma) which doesn't work if they aren't traumatized so they put themselves in (deniable self-caused) bad situations. Entire thing stinks of mkultra, but e
>>433 idk what I was writing at the end of this post, here's a character limit extra chunk. A lot of aspects of contemporary progressive culture have some root in this. Also the incel/r9k stuff, more than any other right-wing thing, gives me those vibes. Another example, I know that when I was in highschool I thought I would be cool and get more bitches if I were """gay""" but I really didn't want someone touching inside my asshole. Apparently that isn't a requirement for being gay, but good thing I didn't know. Basically "top" gays/bis in americanized regions are disproportionately status-obsessed guys who create their supposed sexuality out of desperation for respect from bitches.
>>434 oh, forgot to mention a couple ideas I have on this. -just do affirmations/mantras about what you care about and deaffirm caring about what people think in various forms (like me, love me, want me...) -if you can't stop caring about what people think, just do that "tulpa" shit and create some set of entities that embody and respect the tendencies you want to attain. (admittedly this is more "giving in" to your nature that conquering it even if the things giving you respect-based gratification are internal mental tricks) This has a better name than "tulpa" -something about the Stoics from ancient greece envisioning optimally virtuous mentors/guides to critique themselves. idk the name though
>>435 Napoleon Hill compounds apon this, as well as Maxwell Maltz and the Buddhist monks before him personally though, I find that a few seconds of contemplation gives me the information I need to become successful in the same way that thise who I look up to have ultimately, any form of daily mental+physical exercise will give you the strength you need to ascend as a being (entertainment/weed are not forms of exercise)
glowie tactic descriptions time https://16chan.xyz/pol/res/56826.html#q57185 I see this sort of "don't do that, the false confidence will put you at risk" stuff on the internet in other rather suspicious contexts. The advice is always fairly decent, except that they leave it implied that you still should not do anything. Why not? Now that I know not to let it go to my head, I can still take the options for what they are. vanilla Glowies say you shouldn't use tor for regular business/conversation, because expensive targeted attacks are used on top glowie priorities. the poster I reference happens to believe that you should not prepare for an accidental, low-priority or technologically ill-equipped swatting because you wouldn't stand up to their full anti-chapo gear. There is a swat every 15 minutes in america, they don't thermal vision every house and tear/sleeping gas the premises every time that they think someone is moving weed bows. I'm not really one to yell Glowie, but it is becoming a pattern as a subset of demoralization. "perfection hounding" maybe? "paranoia wraparound" "paranoia overflow" (works best if someone works in tech, might add "numeric" before overflow. maybe pac-man is a better normie accessible metaphor?) Also, there used to be some posts in that thread saying "ackually, foreign invasion more likely" and "ackually, regular thieves more likely" which are more a form of subtle derailment but both focus around magnitude uncertainty even when it doesn't matter that much. Being fortified and forewarned will help against thieves and foreign marauding soldiers. They don't fire on each other and critique the irrelevance of their incompatible derailments, they just aim to waste your time and devalue the thread.
>>390 which is better: plandemic or scamdemic? plandemic: -more compatible with views that accept covid=real/quasi-real (greater population permeability) -targets central actors more than local collaborators (like NGO bullshit, maybe even implies EcoHealth original malice, rather than merciless new york hospitals) scamdemic: -explicitly highlights the financial motivations involved (e.g. in bureaucracies that hide murder behind a pretense of incompetence) -that may misdirect to neglect the social status aspects I think plandemic comes out on top, but I would probably cut it maybe 75-25 in actual use
I feel as though gnosticism gets an unfair boost in the alternative dialogues of today because it prominently features a situation where survival is identical to victimhood even without a physical source of profit/exploitation. This is an under-appreciated concept in an under-appreciated form, whatever garbage they derive from over-applying it aside. There are circumstances where death is not just a relief, but more noble than continued survival. Analogy could be made to the hormonal/dietary abuse of beasts in cramped sunless feedlots, except again it isn't necessary for something to be profitable/useful for some exploiter for it to be evil. There are ways of living that are not good enough, and should not be accepted even as a fallback. Novel peripheral terms may defuse the pressure currently collected by gnosticism. the contemporary Nietzsche-flavored vitalism also gets this boost from liveliness/survival distinction, but I like vitalism
A useful critique from twitter: corporations are not doing woke shit for sales (at least not all the time) they are legally required to do woke shit because civil rights legislation is vague and has empowered a bureaucracy with no firm definition. is it enough to hire some percent of black people in your workforce? to have mandatory diversity lectures? to have culturally progressive leadership? they get more woke in a positive feed-back loop because the organizations that survive are those cultivated to naturally, authentically signal wokeness. the corporate class gets woker the higher you get, the further you get from their operations where wokeness is an actual stressor. They aren't trying to sell more millitary hardware when Northrup grumman talks about black lives matter. they are either true believers, trying to please true believers or trying to meet Sisyphean requirements. terms to enable insight formulation: bear-race/bear-chase: you don't outrun the bear or cross a magic finish line it can't cross, you just outrun your rival (to reference a popular joke along these lines, switch "rival" to "friend" and say "don't need to run faster than the bear". May require explanation even if acquainted.) Sisyphean requirements: constantly increasing conditions. This does not require explanation, if they know what Sisyphean means. there is a distinction between easily intuited terms and those that require some explanation. explanation-required terms are still useful, but more so when their applicability is generalized so they survive as a utility outside the target context. (like examples in this post) there is maybe not enough discussion itt of what to do in popularizing words. creating definitions in online dictionaries (wiki dictionary, urban dictionary) is a good start
Fash here. What you're talking about here are neologisms, specifically single word neologisms. This is very much the territory of leftists, who's control over academia validates their choice of language. Some things I would mention A. a semantic slide This is where you take a well established world and simply redefine it through usage. It's sure to get a reaction and cause anger if this is your objective look no further. An example would be to call a Jew who charged interest a thief. This is not what the word "thief" commonly means, and as bait will almost always be taken by leftards. B. collective noun slide Pretty lazy but an easy goal, you just use or invent a collective noun that ties the subjects together unfavorably. Note this is not simply using a slur like nigger in the plural, you're going to end up with a word like "livestock" that can't be applied as a singular. I refer to Jews as "Levantines" in day to day conversation which means "from the Levant". This is both verbally denying the existence of Israel as a state and avoids reinforcing the Jewish identity, obviously it's a euphemism but I still have room to QUI. C. Single word neologisms Hard to get these to stick because they are always in competition with existing words, but if the leftists get a word like this to stick you should make a point of finding an alternative. "Kapitalism". "Usury", these are typically concept words and I don't really count common extension of adjectives. D. the ol' danger hyphon Simply hyponate two words that have a literal meaning to imply that you wish more to be read into it. "Fat shaming" has a literal meaning which is obvious, but increasingly you see it hyphonated by leftists as "fat-shaming" which implies there's a whole thing there. It's a strong form of narrowcasting and I call this the danger hypon because you're going to immediately be accused of nazism if you use it as an English speaker, just trust me on that. E. Historical tilts Many English words have an archaic equivilant/s and you can use this to imply archaic views, it's generally not a good look unless you're doing it ironically. if you want to be soft on gays you can call them "pedestants" F. words that imply a premise Now this is some high level shit. usually a word is literal, sometimes it carries a subtext related to context, occasionally a word is a euphemism and carries it's own subtext. But what if a word could carry a literal meaning, function as a euphemism, but also imply a contextual view? I regard psychology as a pseudo-science, and like most pseudo-sciences the technical language is often of this rare and vile type. "Dysphoria". Literally it means dissatisfaction, it has a cultural context in history, it has a subtext of spiritual illness, it's used as a euphemism for denial. But even under all this it carries the premise that the denial is empirical in nature- that's denial with a hard D. For reference if we were talking about a subjective matter we would use a french word. I'm also versed in pictorial prerogatives from languages like Mandarin, the language slides you see in Russian and the tribal phonetic derogation (this is the noise when X happens)
>>353 >the elite of the world suppressing the threat of noble geniuses through subsidy of (addictive/unfulfilling?) comfort Big ask because you have so many elements there, I think you star with "Sub" because it lends itself to verbs and speaks to subversion. You enigmatize the noble genius being poisoned because for brevity you have few options, my mind goes to bobby fisher here and his use of cannabis. We might use -mate as a suffix because it works well with Sub- and lends itself handily to "checkmate" Defishermate? Defisherment? Subfishermate? Subfisher? To lower with earthly pleasure in the way Bobby fisher was lowered. It's a handy little accusative you could use as a terminus to a good run. Those subverts of noble minds, the most selfish merchants of mortal deficiency- the subfishers. >the age-old conservative argument that welfare makes people lazy, but with the twist that rich people like it when society is lazily stable Imediatly Ithink of the Roman word for corn-dole. The first welfare system, used without shame by the Roman elites to placate the population. This is where our expression "bread and circuses" comes from and it carries the meaning you want already. >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cura_Annonae You could probably get away with verbalizing this as a single word because of the A's. "Curanona". The single word contraction of "bread and circuses". >-the anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster) when they donate t-shirts and food because then the poor people never learn to become independent I think you're being verbose here and that's coming from me. You're talking about oppression through giftgiving? smothering people with charity? Perhaps bend "magnanimous" with a racial subtext. Magnanglomus? maganglomus? The magnanimous anglosaxon globalust? I could get away with that in a collumn. I believe there's actually a good word for this in Japanese or korean where oppression through giftgiving is a more commonplace. Misanthropy is in this region, but it's hard to build colonial leanings into it because of the way mis- goes back to Latin. Misanglony would just be "the hating of English"- though it wouldn't be a bad word, it beats "anti-angolism"by a long way. There's "bemissionary" which is archaic but only just, it means "to annoy (someone) with missionaries" I suppose you could say "befishinary" which would be "to burden with beneficence" or to burden with gifts. "benefashion" The fad of charitable giving, specifically the donation of fashionable items. Moonlights as "benefit" and "fashion" but is applied as benefiscience to make sentences like "The Haitians were benefashioned for several years without seeing and material development. (free play on material included)
>>354 Brightboxing is good but seems to lack the element of subsidy. It's a big ask though so you did very well. >>355 >Science as an institution of authority Just tack -ism onto the end of a discipline, I do this all the time and it's a deft way of implying that a whole field of science is simply a collective mentality. Astronomy is a science, astronomism is the mentality of astronomers. in that case liable to be confused with astronomic's use simple to mean "exaggerated" but equally an astronomer could be an accusative in this way. The word psychologism upsets psychologists a great deal because it the existence of the first makes the common word seem more like a slur. Scientology is unfortunately already taken and the latin is too similar, and discipline takes on a strange meaning in English closer to conformity than to education.
>>358 This is the bread and butter of leftards, they simply define terms so their argument is technically true. X therefore X therefore X. you can't debunk that :^)
>>389 I like your style. >>373 >-what is officially government or not is meaningless in a world where government is both controlled by and funds undying external entities Machtpolitik, it's been done. >-the israeli PAC ... Kabal, you just use the word Kabal a lot. >-an instance of democracy is only well-defined by the limits on participants. A rights based democracy? Blood and soil? the folknation? >-Jeffrey Epstein type motherfuckers exist It's not the elites being pedophiles so much as protecting compromised people because these compromised people are incredible easy to run as agents. The concept of reputational hostage is a very pertinent one, what about fugitive economy? >-the media slides stuff out of your awareness A news slide is a well established concept now, >celebration parallax Dissonance, you're describing dissonance. The more people hate something the more they celebrate it to vent the anxiety. It's a Freudian term but you can play with it outside the freudian id/ego/superego
>>437 I'm certain you are talking about the chilling effect. >>439 plandemic hits technical experts far harder. it targets their motives rather than their knowledge. >>457 Sisyphean is the right term, this is stonetoss "how does this help them sell hamburgers"
>>469 >E. Historical tilts Many English words have an archaic equivilant/s and you can use this to imply archaic views, it's generally not a good look unless you're doing it ironically. if you want to be soft on gays you can call them "pedestants" it seems more pertinent to your example that people with some basic knowledge of latin roots might infer that you are calling them pedophiles, misled by the pede part. kind of like how other people point towards things like the "sub" prefix leading people to nearly hear the word subversion, maybe even have an slip. (of course, it doesn't help you to be on that side of things if you slip and use the wrong word) >F. words that imply a premise presumably this context can be disassembled or substituted, but tracking/counteracting that process is a job for when I can spend 50k on scraping the web and mechanical turking (or GPT3ing) effective propaganda together
>>457 It is important to remember that the entities behind contemporary liberal leftism- NGOs of the lineage of the robber barons or wearing their corpses. think i read that the rockefeller foundation paid MLK a six figure salary. I wonder if he was killed by an involved faction (either always opposed or reigning it in) >>469 >D. the ol' danger hyphon >It's a strong form of narrowcasting not sure if I get what you mean here. narrowcasting as in "only a few people will notice this" makes me wonder why you would want to have them notice. Just to make them seem crazy? To signal our allies? I kind of get that it is really subtle yet meaningful. >>470 >We might use -mate as a suffix because it works well with Sub- and lends itself handily to "checkmate" sublimate is an existing word that has both these parts >3. To modify the natural expression of (a primitive, instinctual impulse) in a socially acceptable manner. >4. To divert the energy associated with (an unacceptable impulse or drive) into an acceptable activity. It kind of works... almost like it is just waiting for us to prioritize these definitions. Even 1. works, in a metaphorical context (arresting a fleet-footed particle, forcing it into a stable lattice) >To be transformed directly from the solid to the gaseous state or from the gaseous to the solid state without becoming a liquid. maybe a pun/spin-off neolog could reinforce this, like "subliminate" which sounds like "subliminal" "sublimate" and "eliminate" and basically by this trifecta implies mkultra I imagine it means "to extinguish the unique noble spark of a human soul by subtle manipulation of the endocrine and nervous systems" or something like that. Obviously how to define it in a given introduction depends on context.
"Typical Schizo" is a good word combination to be used against average people who have a slightly different opinion to something regarded as normal.
>>359 >nerfbrain That's a good one.
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article: https://www.techpowerup.com/240655/leaked-ai-powered-game-revenue-model-paper-foretells-a-dystopian-nightmare slide title: Schedue "Z" - Audio Continued summary: getting gamer to continue gaming after an interruption. Invasive automated monitoring of the domestic scenario. When ready, send an email introducing topic in a positive light, then a targeted text with some of those same words. >"It also has increasing flexibility on matching notification presets to article word clouds it creates" if anyone here actually gets some spare change to throw at real large-scale meme warfare they should look into NLTK and how a corpus can have predefined relationships between words ready for you to use. If commercial schemers are using variants of this trick already to create an implicit link between different samples of text from different sources, it may prove an invaluable tool for imprinting revelations upon the memetically vulnerable
>>353 Misosophy A hatred of wisdom.

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