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Is Your Beach Body Dangerous?

Is Your Beach Body a Harmful, Triggering or Otherwise Dangerous Symbol of Oppression Toward Women of Various Sizes in the U.K. and the U.S.?

In case you haven’t heard, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has banned this “offensive” or “misogynistic” ad. Another side effect of the fear of exposure to the “wrong” narrative disease. See Exposure Fallacy.

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Asking the question ‘is your beach body ready?’, is just like asking the question, ‘are you ready to show off your hard work?’. However, some have viewed this ad as being an attack on the malleable, vulnerable mind. Minds that can’t tell the difference between an ad, and real life; minds that can’t tell the difference between beauty standards for mainstream advertising and beauty standards for actual cultures and societies. I’ve got a question for you: who the hell and where the hell are these programmable humans?

Mere-Exposure Effect Fallacy

I have written about the fact that people actually do know what they think and why they think it, and they do not hold contradictory beliefs about any given subject. Go figure! This only seems counter-intuitive because the average person is terrible at articulating what it is they believe and why. Others, many of whom would like to think of themselves as the intelligentsia, are terrible at the Socratic method.

Third Wave Feminism is largely about telling people what to think, because the feminist actually thinks he/she has the power to do so

The Single Perspective

In terms of peoples’ world views, how people learn and how they change their minds, I have called my model on the neural physiological nature of our world views as the Single Perspective Hypothesis, namely, you hold one single cosmic perspective as opposed to two or more conflicting cosmic perspectives or understandings of nature.

Try speaking for yourself more often, and try ignoring the ads you don’t like. Some of us go to the beach for the beach itself, some of us go to the beach to show off, some for other things. If you’re the former, you should ignore this ad. Violent video games don’t make murderers, and ads aren’t to blame for bulimia.

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Third Wave Feminism is largely about telling people what to think, because the feminist actually thinks he/she has the power to do so. Also because they believe the patriarchy has had, and does have the power to control the public mind. As I’ve said in the last post, and we can reasonably induce, that they’re thinking, ‘How could anyone possibly disagree with me?! The only way it’s possible is if their minds have been warped by propaganda!’ This would explain why most feminists aren’t as interested in debating as they are with trying to control the media, shutting down free speech, banning things, blocking people they disagree with and otherwise attempting to control the narrative. Because they don’t need to question whether they’re right or wrong, to empirically verify all their arguments, to stop calling everything and everyone ‘sexist’, they just know they’re right, and now it’s time to destroy the opposition. That’s why they fight dirty.

If you’re not interested in or trying to understand the positions or perspectives of those you disagree with, then you’re no skeptic.




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Western Faith in the Exposure Fallacy

Since the inception of media, people have been blaming it for the conspiracy of successful mind control, especially when it comes to the minds that the critics disagree with. Obviously, how could anyone ever disagree with you or me on anything, from politics to morality, unless they’ve, of course, had their brains warped by hypnotic propaganda?!

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The majority of those in the Western world still believe that ‘a stupid person’ is tantamount to a person who is easily susceptible to influence, and somehow easier to be mentally controlled. However, this philosophy of the West is in conflict with itself when it’s believed that the stupid are usually ignorant. Choose one please. Are stupid people sponges or bricks?

What does ‘stupid person’ mean? ‘Ignorant’, ‘easily influenced’, both or neither? A stupid person is, in reality, just someone lacking either basic, common or the standard level of intelligence or problem solving skills relative to their own environment, society, culture etc.

Which Came First? Stupid People or Stupid Media?

Most of humanity erroneously, and faithfully, believe in the easily influenced ‘masses’. They believe that malleable public minds can be bent and molested by ‘dangerous’ messages in television, music, film and/or propaganda. This is a fallacy that I call the Exposure Fallacy (Twitter #ExposureFallacy).

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I challenge anyone to produce logical, demonstrable evidence that propaganda, film, T.V., radio, music etc, has ever, does, or will ever produce a reliable or predictable effect on the minds of the public, simply because those mediums can expose people to audio or visual data or information. It’s not information that you should be worried about, what people need is to be educated. I assert that a person doesn’t learn their desires or world views subliminally (hint: they just learn them). And I can demonstrate that people understand their own desires and world views. More specifically, people know what they believe, and they know why they believe it, but whether they’re right or wrong about a premise depends on their mental health, ability to learn new information and their education.

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Omar Mateen, Liberal Madness and the Voldemort Effect

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So, in the wake of the Pulse nightclub tragedy in Orlando, where Omar Mateen murdered 49 people, liberals everywhere, including President Obama have worked frantically to remove faith, culture and especially Islam from the entire hemisphere surrounding Mateen’s motive or intent. The rhetoric and propaganda discharged by regressive leftists and social justice warriors is fueled by one simple and backwards ideology, the ideology that assumes that the “masses” have and will inevitably become mentally contaminated by whatever infectious idea comes their way. Be it any narrative or message transmitted via speech, film, television, documentary, video game, song, tweet, words on the side of a Cracker Jack box or whatever! So long as the message is pro-something SJW‘s disagree with on some level. SJW’s and the majority of liberals today think that information is infectious in almost every sense. The good news is that not only are people not influenced this way (by just being exposed to ideas), but they will inevitably grow resistant to any kind of media outlet or network which appears to pander, cajole or otherwise compromise its integrity to try and influence the public. The idea that everyone, or even a tiny minority of the public trusts mass media wholeheartedly is a tired childish myth.

It is OK to be honest about one of the major causes of radicalization, and that’s faith. Obama saying the words “radical Islamic terrorism” when describing terrorist attacks will not transform thousands of peaceful people into Muslim-hating racist bigots upon exposure to those words. His facing the truth could, however, give conversations about these issues a slightly different shape, which could lead to stronger or more frequent debates about faith and religion in general.

Ideas are not weapons, ideas are not viruses, they’re just fucking ideas! If a Super-Bowl commercial asserted mixing ice cream with mayonnaise was delicious, millions of people would not forever change the way they eat ice cream. Similarly, millions of people will not change the way they look at Islam if Obama were to call ISIS members Muslims. The exposure fallacy is the unhealthy belief that if ideas are heard or seen, those ideas will have some predictable persuasive effect on the people hearing or seeing those ideas, especially if the ideas have descended from a large platform. Let’s stop believing this.

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The Voldemort Effect isn’t necessarily caused by an increased fear on the left of radical Islam, but rather white guilt and the fear of being labelled a racist, even though no one on the entire planet who matters thinks Islam is an actual race.



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