Gary Vaynerchuk. I hope he’s right. Since the dawn of civilization, the advantage typically goes to the most dishonest, i.e., politicians, clergy, lawyers, academia, activists, large corporations. Even when progress is made (i.e., Enlightenment), those truths too get co-opted by the manipulative and dishonest in order to perpetuate illusions and parasitically generate a dishonest livelihood. Take a look.

What he’s saying is that the future is going to be owned by the truly honest. Why do you suppose I post in the very direct, devil-may-care, fuck you if you don’t like it manner I do? Simple: fuck you if you don’t like it. I don’t care. I’m not lying about anything and the manner in which I conduct myself here pretty much proves it, as in the sarcastic "why not tell us what you really think."

I’m not interested in popularity, but in fully integrated honesty. Everything, at all times, no matter how brutal.

Fuck anyone who can’t take it. That’s the future. Get used to it.

(link: Greg, again)

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  1. Richard Nikoley on March 28, 2008 at 19:10

    I should think the general thrust of honesty long-term out-competing dishonesty ought to be the bigger clue.

    It's what got me started on individualism in 1990. I rarely reference it. The true sense of neo-tech is that its essence is to get you to realize you don't need it, explicitly; which is to say, once you grasp its implicit nature.

    The neologism was defined as fully integrated honesty. Make of that what you will, but it ultimately means that only the valid NT principles are of any importance.

  2. John Kim on March 28, 2008 at 18:17

    "fully integrated honesty"

    Do I detect a neo-tech person?

  3. John Kim on March 29, 2008 at 21:36

    Cool. I'm more of an Objectivist myself but I like certain aspects of Neo-Tech. I even have my commercial biological immortality discount coupons should I ever need them. Heh.

    BTW, what ever happened to them? Do they publish anything anymore? I stopped receiving their mailings years ago just shortly after they discovered "Zon" power. They had valuable things to say even if they did jump the shark.

  4. Richard Nikoley on March 30, 2008 at 08:08


    I actually ended up becoming a personal friend of Wallace Ward, aka "Frank R. Wallace." I visited with he and Rosa Maria (his wife) three of four times on trips through Vegas and we usually had lunch or dinner together.

    I hadn't been in touch for perhaps a year or so when I got news just about two years ago now that Wallace was hit and killed by a driver running a red light while he was out on his afternoon run.

    They set up a memorial site.

    As to what they are all up to now, i.e., Rosa, his two sons, daughter, and the other members of the publishing house, I really haven't followed since shortly after the same time as you in spite of my continued infrequent personal contact. When I used to get together with them, we never talked about NT. We never had any need to and I think that's why I was always received with a warm welcome. They were friends of mine, not gurus or leaders.

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