Tuesday, 23 May 2017 17:40

Violence may be necessary to bring about social democracy

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Ozodi Thomas Osuji

We know that some vested interests benefit from the current social structure and prevent us from having a better society, such as social democracy and mixed economy; we know that to bring about social democracy we have to use violence to destroy those who prevent us from bringing about the expected better world.

You must destroy the old to give birth to the new. The old and the new cannot peacefully and successfully coexist in the same space and time.

As Jesus Christ said, you cannot put new wine into old wine bottles; you cannot mix Christianity and Judaism and get something good; Christianity represents love and Judaism represents punishment; the two cannot mix well.

This means that you must deliberately destroy those people who belong to the past and prevent the gestation and birth of the new; the past and the new cannot coexist.

The idea of continuity (of old cultures) in present cultures is a crock used to preserve the old, retarding cultures of this world. We must throw away the old to make room for the new.

We must deliberately destroy old African cultures to bring about a new and better African culture. You cannot have both the old, primitive African cultures and new science based cultures coexisting together.

You must destroy old Africa to bring about a new Africa. You cannot take refuge in the old cultures of Africa if you want to have a new and modern Africa.

You must destroy those Africans who carry the old African cultures in their heads so as to give birth to a new Africa. Killing them is necessary. Their death must take place for something different to be born in Africa.

The good news is that nobody actually is killed and dies; people's bodies are mere compositions of elements; those elements are decomposed and become part of new elemental compositions, so they do not disappear from existence; the consciousness in dead people is transmitted to consciousness in living persons.

The point is that one should not be afraid of destroying people who represent socially retarding ideas to give birth to a new people with more progressive ideas.

If truth is said, I hate Africans primitive culture; I admire not white skin color but what white folks represent, scientific culture.

I am ashamed of primitive Africans such as Chukwuma Aguwnobi; everything in this man reeks of primitivism and makes me literally throw up! I want him and his culture to die so that a new science based culture is given birth to in Africa.

I cannot reconcile myself to primitive African cultures. Afro-centrism is rubbish; it is the refuge of scoundrels. Afro-centrists confronted modern scientific culture and felt inferior and try to compensate with superiority by telling themselves that their primitive African cultures are better than the scientific culture that has taken us to the moon. These people are revanchist retrogrades that need to be done away with.

It does not follow that European culture is always good; one must distinguish between Eurocentrism and scientism.  I accept the scientific method and want a universal science based culture.

My position is the correct one whereas those who talk about their pride in their old African cultures are idiots wallowing in the past; they do so in a world that has moved on.

African cultures are like a museum where folks come to see how folks in past societies lived; what the world now needs is a universal, scientific culture, not African or Asian or European culture.

(In modern industrialized society folks dress in practical clothes; they do not wear the feudal robes Nigerian big men wear; those silly robes probably contribute to Nigerians incredible unproductive culture; Nigerians need to attire like people in Europe, America and Asia, the productive cultures of this world. The Chinese and Japanese had to trade their traditional robes for business suites to become productive; Nigerians must do the same.)


For years I studied Dr. Helen Schucman's book, a course in miracles.  The book teaches that we should overlook people's bad behaviors to see the Christ in them.

If we overlook people's behavior, albeit dream behaviors it follows that we shall tolerate murderers, terrorists and thieves and ethnic irredentists and conservatives.  It means that we shall allow these negative forces to keep on polluting the world with their outdated and oppressive philosophies; anti-social persons need to be destroyed to bring about a pro-social and positive humanity.

We should not be afraid of destroying those people who propagate negative ideas. For one thing, nobody dies so one should kill on behalf of a positive world view, such as social democracy with mixed economy.

I say goodbye to a course in miracles and other poetic ideas on human behavior; they held me back by telling me to do what I know I should not do, overlook evil.

Evil needs to be removed from the world, not overlooked. However, I accept the course's idea that we are the dreamers, the inventors of our world and, as such, can have different dreams, remake our world; we are the Holy Spirit that remakes the world our separated egos made; we must go from a separated to a unified world.

In eternity our true self is God; in time the Holy Spirit is our approximate true self; the Holy Spirit is not outside us; it is in us; it is our higher, better self-whereas the ego is our lower, animal self.

Science will, sooner or later, transform people and everything to light forms so the idea of light forms, the world remade from our dark matter based world by the Holy Spirit is not just a metaphysical gibberish but a future reality (a reality that actually exists side by side with our current world waiting for us to bring it into being).

A course in miracles is a poem on the world that will come to be; our ego based special relationships will be replaced by our holy relations.

In the here and now, present world, a social democratic, mixed economy brings us closer to the improved world of light forms; thus, our present goal should be how to bring about social democracy.

We must not escape into wooly metaphysics that does not put bread on the table, although man does not live by bread alone hence the need to study metaphysics, and, of course, physics.

Post Script:


If you overlook our world, forgive it you escape from it to another world, to the world of light forms; this is the same thing as tunneling from this universe to another; another name for it is worm-holing from one state of being to another.

In quantum entanglement a particle bypasses space and time and behaves instantaneously with those particles it is entangled with; this non-local behavior shows that space, time and matter are illusory concepts.

Ozodi Thomas Osuji

May 22, 2017


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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176