The Fundamental Feminine Attitude

1. The Fundamental Feminine Attitude is the will to impose chaos upon order.

2. Femininity is depicted as blue, which represents the sorrow that follows from the suffering caused by false or excess order.

3. The will to impose chaos upon order is ultimately inspired by the rejection of suffering. The feminine assumes authority of the local environment and imposes chaos upon the order that causes suffering.

4. The Fundamental Feminine Attitude is expressed in the material world through both the masculine and the feminine elements.

5. Femininity in the aspect of clay involves a determination to raise one’s offspring to adulthood. Action here nurtures the young of one’s own kin.

6. Femininity in the aspect of iron involves physical devotion. This aspect of femininity is devoted to the natural order of the body. Action here leads to a healthy body.

7. Femininity in the aspect of silver involves intellectual devotion. This aspect of femininity is devoted to the natural order of the mind. Action here leads to a healthy mind.

8. Femininity in the aspect of gold involves spiritual devotion. This aspect of femininity is devoted to the natural order of the consciousness. Action here leads to a healthy consciousness.

9. Femininity in the aspect of earth involves devotion to one’s offspring. This involves meeting their needs, so that they can themselves grow to have rectitude and devotion.

10. Femininity in the aspect of water involves devotion to oneself. This involves meeting one’s own needs, so that one can continue to express rectitude and devotion.

11. Femininity in the aspect of air involves devotion to one’s friends. This involves meeting the needs of the others in one’s community and society, so that those others can express rectitude and devotion.

12. Femininity in the aspect of fire involves devotion to the divine. The involves understanding that the only reason to be devoted to anything is to further the divine plan.

13. For the feminine, even sexual reproduction involves the imposition of chaos upon order, because the zygote will grow into a living creature that can take many kinds of potential actions.

14. The ultimate act of chaos is to produce new life, for this life has free will and is therefore an unpredictable and chaotic element.

15. Successful application of the Fundamental Masculine Attitude leads to devotion.

16. A failure to apply the Fundamental Feminine Attitude leads to an excess of order, which becomes rigidity and suffocation, which leads to suffering.

17. It can therefore be said that the essence of femininity is devotion, which is the same as the will to impose chaos upon false or excess order.

18. A respectable woman is one who has devotion to rectitude. Through this quality, all other good qualities of both femininity and masculinity are possible.

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VJMP Reads: Gaddafi’s Green Book II

This reading carries on from here.

Part II is titled ‘The Solution of the Economic Problem: Socialism’. This is divided into seven chapters.

In the first, ‘The Economic Basis Of The Third Universal Theory’, Gaddafi calls for the abolition of the wage system. He states that “Wage-earners are but slaves to the masters who hire them.” The producer has a right to that which they produce – a secondary benefit through the improvement of society or through wages is inadequate. Inequality cannot be tolerated as it leads to exploitation.

Gaddafi repeats Adam Smith’s rule that economic production is the result of raw materials, capital input and human labour. He claims that all three of these components are necessary to produce anything, and therefore all three should get an equal share. Gaddafi also notes that the working class is declining owing to scientific and technological advancement. People are, however, the basic component in any production process.

In the second, ‘Need’, Gaddafi notes that a person cannot be free if their needs are controlled by others. Need leads to the enslavement and exploitation of those who need. Conflict is caused by one group controlling the needs of a second, giving that second an incentive to rebel. Need is a problem inherent to life.

In the third, ‘Housing’, Gaddafi opens with “Housing is an essential need for both the individual and the family and should not be owned by others”. A person cannot be free while living in a home owned by someone else, whether or not they’re paying rent. Fiddling with rents won’t help – the important thing is ownership. People won’t have the right to own multiple houses, because to do so is to control the needs of others, which is exploitation and cannot be permitted.

In the fourth, ‘Income’, Gaddafi declares that income is an imperative need. In a socialist system, there are no wage-earners, only partners in the production process. Income should not be a wage in exchange for having one’s production taken away.

In the fifth, ‘Means Of Transportation’, Gaddafi declares that transportation is also a necessity. Therefore, it’s subject to the same restrictions from being controlled as housing and income. Like housing, transportation may not be owned for the sake of renting it out.

In the sixth, ‘Land’, Gaddafi begins by stating that “Land is the private property of none.” He believes that the land ought to belong to whoever works it. Gaddafi’s aspiration is to create a society that is happy because it is free. This comes about via the liberation of people’s material and spiritual needs from the control of others.

Gaddafi is aware that wage-earners have little incentive to work. Neither do poeple who work for the common good. The self-employed, however, have plenty of incentive to do so. Gaddafi sees the economy as a zero-sum game, because, for him, there is no reason to produce beyond one’s needs. The industrious and skillful have no right to lever this advantage to take from the shares of others.

An especially diligent or intelligent person may meet their needs with less effort, but they may not acquire more than they need. Happiness is a matter of material and spirtual freedom. Profit itself must be eliminated, as it inevitably will be as the socialist process continues to evolve.

In the seventh, ‘Domestic Servants’, Gaddafi states that domestic servants are a type of slave. The Third Universal Theory offers freedom to both wage-earners and domestic servants. Household services should be carried out by employees, not by domestic servants. He concedes that it isn’t easy to assign a share of production to service workers.

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All The Rights We’ve Lost Thanks To Immigration

Kiwis were disappointed last month to hear that the Sixth Labour Government is taking away our rights to free speech. Any speech that the Government hates will now be “hate speech” and subject to criminal sanction. As is the case in Scotland, an immigrant Justice Minister, from a culture that doesn’t value free speech, has stripped those rights away from a population that has cherished them for centuries. But, as this essay will show, free speech is just one of the many rights we’ve lost thanks to mass immigration.

Free speech is the fundamental value of Western civilisation. Without it, society cannot self-correct. So without free speech, small problems snowball into catastrophes. Legal recognition of the importance of free speech is one of the main reasons why Western countries are so stable in comparison to others.

But the value of freedom is generally only understood by Westerners.

The reason why men like Kris Faafoi and Scotland’s Humza Yousaf can so glibly annihilate one of the most important aspects of Western culture is that they weren’t raised to respect it. Their cultures do not have a history of struggling to assert freedom at all, and so they were not raised to value free speech. It was inevitable that making these men Justice Ministers would lead to a loss of those freedoms.

Import the Third World, become the Third World – and the Third World does not have a culture of free speech. If the Justice Minister of New Zealand had been a proper Kiwi, raised in Kiwi culture to appreciate the Greco-Roman-Anglo heritage that made New Zealand worth living in, we would still have our rights to free speech today. But that’s only the beginning.

Our right to use cannabis was also lost because of immigration.

In the 2020 cannabis referendum, the No side of the vote got 1,474,635 votes, and the Yes side got 1,406,973. This equals a difference of 67,662 votes. This narrow margin was enough for the Sixth Labour Government to declare that Kiwis wanted to keep locking themselves up for growing medicinal plants. But that margin would have been in favour of Yes if it wasn’t for immigrant voters.

An article in the South China Morning Post referenced a survey that found 80% of ethnic Chinese voters intended to vote No in the cannabis referendum. Some simple maths is enough to show that these Chinese voters alone tipped the overall outcome from a Yes to a No.

There are some 231,000 ethnic Chinese people in New Zealand. If we assume that 80% of them are eligible to vote, and that 80% of those actually did vote, that suggests some 147,840 ethnic Chinese voters voted in the cannabis referendum. If 80% of those voted No, that means 118,272 ethnic Chinese voted No and 29,568 ethnic Chinese voted Yes, for a balance of 88,704 more No voters than Yes voters.

The maths tells us that non-Chinese Kiwis voted Yes in the cannabis referendum, by a margin of some 21,000 votes. But these votes were cancelled out, and more, by the heavy Chinese opposition to cognitive liberty. And the Chinese weren’t the only immigrant group to vote to imprison cannabis-using Kiwis.

Pacific Islanders also voted against cannabis freedom, mostly out of religious sentiments.

The three electorates with the most Pacific Islanders in 2020 were Mangere at 59%, Panmure-Otahuhu at 46% and Manurewa at 39%. These were also among the electorates with the lowest Yes vote in the cannabis referendum: Mangere 38.7%, Panmure-Otahuhu 41% and Manurewa 39.5%. Many of the Pacific Islanders who voted against cannabis freedom were mindlessly following the orders of their pastors.

Religion also inspired Muslim immigrants to vote our rights away. The New Zealand Muslim Association came out in favour of Kiwis getting locked in cages for using cannabis, and the Federation of Islamic Associations of NZ proudly allowed their logo to be displayed on the Say Nope to Dope supporters page. For them, tolerance and respect is an entirely one-way street: Kiwis are obliged to tolerate and respect Islam, but Islam is in no way obliged to tolerate and respect cannabis-using Kiwis.

If the cannabis referendum had been left up to white people and Maoris, it would have passed with around 60% in favour. But the mass importation of cheap labour from backwards cultures ultimately tilted the balance in favour of a No vote.

Our rights to use other spiritual sacraments are likewise gone. As a recent article in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry noted, there is now ample evidence that sacraments such as psilocybin have immense therapeutic potential, “However, Australia and New Zealand are currently failing to acknowledge such evidence and, as a result, are falling behind in this crucial time of biomedical research and innovation.”

As noted in the article, the refusal to acknowledge the evidence for psychedelic therapy is political. Sadly, because conservative Third World immigrants now make up a significant proportion of our voters, we can kiss all research into psychedelic therapy goodbye. The Islanders don’t want it because of Jesus, the Muslims don’t want it because of Allah and the Asians don’t want it because drugs are bad.

Immigration also cost us our rights to free assembly, as was observed when Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux tried speaking about the consequences of mass immigration in Auckland.

Even though the NZ Bill of Rights Act explicitly states that Kiwis have both the rights to receive information and to free assembly, we were banned from assembling to listen to the Canadian duo at Auckland Council venues because Phil Goff, the Auckland mayor, was afraid of losing support from Muslim voters. Thanks to the mass immigration of conservative cheap labour, we’re no longer free to gather to discuss certain topics in public.

Most of our firearms rights were stripped from us after an Australian immigrant shot up a mosque full of Muslim immigrants on March 15, 2019. Even though no Kiwis were involved until Brenton Tarrant was arrested, the incident was used as an excuse to confiscate semi-automatic rifles all across the country.

Had we not opened the borders to the same cult of hate responsible for the Rotherham rape gangs and for the Drottninggatan truck attack, and had we not sat impotently while the Al Noor Mosque produced multiple terrorists, we would never had suffered such an atrocity on our shores. But, as many other Western nations had already learned, mass immigration from violent, supremacist cultures inevitably leads to violence.

The worst loss of freedom from mass immigration, however, was the loss of our right to own a home and raise a family.

In 1992, the average New Zealand house cost around $105,000, and the average wage was close to $15, which meant that a person had to save about 7,000 hours of labour at the average wage to own the average house. After three decades of mass immigration, the average house now costs $820,000, while the average wage has only risen to $35. This means a person now has to save over 23,000 hours of labour at the average wage to own the average house.

Mass immigration means more people competing to bid up the price of housing, as well as more people competing to bid down the price of wages. Anyone with a high school economics education could have told you that mass immigration would lead to higher house prices and lower wages. The combined effect of these two phenomena is that it’s now impossible for the average Kiwi worker to buy a house and to support a family with their own wage.

The loss of the freedom to buy a home and to support a family with one’s wage is the worst loss of all, because it effectively makes us the slaves of the bankers who hold our mortgages, and of the employers whose $20/hour we need to pay those mortgages off. Yet this loss is the inevitable consequence of mass immigration, the last thirty years of which has reduced us to this wretched condition.

We were told that mass immigration wouldn’t cause the loss of any freedoms because the immigrants would become like us – appreciative of the freedoms of Western culture and willing to defend them. However, we were lied to. The immigrants we let in never had any intention of respecting our culture and our values. In reality, we lost everything. We lost all our rights, all our freedoms, we lost our entire culture.

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The Feminine Elements

1. The feminine elements are waypoints along the Great Feminine Axis.

2. These elements represent different vibrations, all of which inherently have equal value.

3. There are an infinite number of ways of dividing the Great Feminine Axis into elements. Some of these configurations make more sense than others. The most popular are the twofold, threefold, fourfold and eightfold divisions.

4. The fourfold division of the Great Feminine Axis is represented by the four classical elements of earth, water, air and fire.

5. The first element, nearest the Autumn Pole, is earth, represented by green.

6. Earth is the most feminine of the feminine elements, and is experienced as cold and dry.

7. The vibration of earth is experienced as melancholy, but it also has an aspect of healing.

8. The second element, immediately to the right of earth, is water, represented by blue.

9. Increasing the vibration of earth will cause its hexahedrons to break down into icosahedrons and become water.

10. Water is more energetic than earth, and is experienced as cold and wet.

11. The vibration of water is experienced as phlegmatic, but it also has an aspect of sociability.

12. The third element, immediately to the right of water, is air, represented by yellow.

13. Increasing the vibration of water will cause its icosahedrons to break down into octahedrons and become air.

14. Air is more energetic than water, and is experienced as hot and wet.

15. The vibration of air is experienced as sanguine, but it also has an aspect of sedulousness.

16. The fourth element, immediately to the right of air and nearest the Spring Pole, is fire, represented by red.

17. Increasing the vibration of air will cause its octahedrons to break down into tetrahedrons and become fire.

18. Fire is the most masculine of the feminine elements, and is experienced as hot and dry.

19. The vibration of fire is experienced as choleric, but it also has an aspect of righteousness.

20. All of the feminine elements inherently have equal value, but some will have more value in the immediate environment than others.

21. In an environment of rest, the vibration of earth will have the most value, and will cause consciousness to rise furthest up the Great Masculine Axis. Other vibrations will cause consciousness to rise less far, or to fall.

22. In an environment of love, the vibration of water will have the most value, and will cause consciousness to rise furthest up the Great Masculine Axis. Other vibrations will cause consciousness to rise less far, or to fall.

23. In an environment of sport, the vibration of air will have the most value, and will cause consciousness to rise furthest up the Great Masculine Axis. Other vibrations will cause consciousness to rise less far, or to fall.

24. In an environment of war, the vibration of fire will have the most value, and will cause consciousness to rise furthest up the Great Masculine Axis. Other vibrations will cause consciousness to rise less far, or to fall.

25. Expression of the correct vibration on the Great Feminine Axis will always cause a consciousness to ascend the Great Masculine Axis.

26. Expression of the incorrect vibration on the Great Feminine Axis will always cause a consciousness to descend the Great Feminine Axis.

27. Achieving one’s Aspirations is fundamentally a matter of expressing the right vibration at the right time.

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