The world is an insane place

THE UNIVERSE IS A PARADIGM OF REALITY WHERE PEOPLE AGREE TO BE MAD TO OPERATE IN IT; IF YOU ARE NOT MAD AND TRY TO FIT INTO THAT MAD UNIVERSE IT  KNOWS YOU AS NOT ONE OF THEM AND WOULD REJECT YOU; IT IS A WASTE OF YOUR TIME FOR YOU TRYING TO BE PART OF THE UNIVERSE, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO SHOW THE PEOPLE A WAY OUT OF THEIR MADNESS BUT NOT BE AS MAD AS THEM

Ozodi Osuji

     The physical universe and its earth is a paradigm of reality where  those in it agree to be mad, such as desire nothing, flesh and ego, and reward those who do what it is set up to do and if you are not one of the members of the world that plays by the world’s rules the world knows it and no matter how much you try to join them they will reject you.

     You, too, have rejected the world and its normal (crazy) people, and they know it; you are not their colleague; your job is to liberate you and show them how to liberate themselves not to fit into their madness and make their lives more hopeless than it is.

    The saviors of the world are not part of the world and know it and the world knows it; if you are such a person then liberate you, as Gautama Buddha did, escape from the world’s madness and show people how to escape from their mad world and its insane parameters.

FEAR EMANATES FROM THE WISH THAT THINGS IN THE WORLD BE IN A CERTAIN MANNER AND YOU FEAR THAT IT MAY NOT BE SO; IF YOU DO NOT CARE ONE WAY OR ANOTHER WHAT THE WORLD IS YOU WOULD NOT FEEL FEAR

     Last night, I was thinking about how many people would die, worldwide, if Russia, USA and Britain and France and all nuclear powers exploded their nuclear weapons on each other. I read up on it.

    The estimate is that about half a billion people would die in a worldwide nuclear war. That leaves five and half billion people alive.

     I said, we ought to have nuclear war and use it to decrease the runaway human population.

     As I see it, there should not be more than three billion people on planet earth, but we are seven billion and continuing. There are just too many people on earth and many need to die off, I concluded.

     If they explode nuclear weapons many millions would die; you do not want them to die and therefore fear nuclear weapons; if you did not care whether people lived or died you would not fear the explosion of nuclear weapons. And nuclear powers would not use their nuclear weapons to intimidate you into going along with their earth destructive policies. I love unspoiled nature; cities annoy me!

     Fear results from ones wish that the universe and people should be in a certain manner and not others; if you take the universe, people as they are you would not feel fear.

     Let them explode nuclear weapons and let all human beings die off, what are they living for, to admire flesh and ego, is that living or being dead? Unless you can think philosophically, you are not alive; you are just an animal grazing grass and pretending to be alive!

WHEN IDEALISM ENDS ONE CONTEMPLATES SUICIDE OR HOMICIDE, ADOLFF HITLER IS AN EXAMPLE

     The idealist in childhood sees through the world as nothing and rejects it. To him people’s flesh and egos are rubbish, and he wants nothing to do with them.

     He has, however, not given up on life on earth, in body so he uses his imagination to construct an idealized ego and body; he imagines people living in light forms and in states where they are only loving and live forever and ever. He feels an obsessive-compulsive desire to change his self and other people and make them ideal, make them live in light and live forever and ever and transcend the shortcomings of life in body.

      Throughout his youth he struggles to make his self and all people live as idealized selves. He may even go to war and use people to fight with the understanding that he is bringing about an ideal human society.

      At some point, usually in his mid-fifties he realizes that people live in flesh and ego and are not going to change. Normal people are really living for no ideals, certainly not the type of unrealistic and grandiose ideals he desires.

     He then says that people are living for nothing and might as well not live; people might as well be dead.

     He no longer cares whether people lived or died; life and death make no difference to him. People are garbage, take them to the garbage dump and dump them to die and decay.

     This was what Adolf Hitler did. In childhood he rejected his self in body and ego and used his imagination to seek idealized self, which he thought the mythical heroic German represented. He struggled to create a world that is populated by heroic Germans and did not care if many persons died in pursuit of that idealized heroic man (Nietzsche’s superman, see Thus Spoke Zarathustra).

     In his mid-fifties he realized that people are flesh and will die and he did not care for their living any more hence he wanted all of them destroyed and when that fell, he killed his self and gave Albert Speer the order to destroy all Germans for they are not going to become ideal. Germans are not going to become the heroic persons he had wanted them to become, so they ought to die.

      (See Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Table Talks; Albert Speer, Inside the Third Reich; William Shire, The Third Reich; Robert Waite, The psychopathic God; Alan Bullock, Hitler, A Study in Tyranny; and other studies of Hitler, Nazis and Tyrants, such as Joseph Stalin, Mao Tse Tung, Napoleon Bonaparte, Genghis Khan etc.)

      This is the trajectory of idealism: rejection of life in flesh, pursuit of perfection and disillusionment, suicide, and homicide. The alternative is to transform ego idealism to spiritual idealism, to study mysticism and seek the type of spiritual world that spiritual idealists like Buddha and Jesus Christ talked about.

Note:

      My take on the subject is clearly not what the infantile folks who call themselves psychiatrists and psychiatrists write about in idealism; I read tons of literature on Adolf Hitler and Nazism and not one of the writings understood the man and why he did what he did.

      Listen, it does not matter if people destroyed themselves with nuclear weapons or lived, I do not see why they are living, what matters is to understand their motivation as objectively as is possible.

   If the line of thinking written in this piece intrigues you, and you are smart, please give Dr. Osuji a call for an evening of existential-philosophical discussion. Please make sure that you understand the literature on existentialism, philosophy and psychology before calling him.

Ozodi Osuji

October 21, 2021

ozodiosuji@gmail.com

(907) 310-8176

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