No-Pill #30 God: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

— How To Foster The “Good God” In All Of Us

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“Mysticism and the God concept, though integral to many societies, can act as tools for manipulation and control. These concepts, with their subjective interpretations and faith-based acceptance, can be exploited by those in power to maintain order, establish hierarchies, or inhibit critical thinking. They often discourage individuals from seeking evidence-based answers or challenging norms.

“A shift towards rationality over blind faith helps empower individuals to question authority, make informed decisions and resist manipulation. Promoting a culture of critical thinking can foster personal growth and societal progress as it challenges outdated norms based on tradition. It encourages a world that values individual contributions over exploitation.”

The God concept and all religions are products of mysticism, a realm that exists outside the realms of honesty and reason. Mysticism, with its reliance on supernatural experiences and beliefs, opposes the rational and logical thinking that forms the foundation of human survival. By embracing mysticism, individuals undermine their capacity for independent and integrated thinking, which is essential for navigating the complexities of life.

Mysticism, with its emphasis on the unknown and unexplainable, serves as the underlying force behind willingly destructive actions. Those who succumb to its enchantment often find themselves detached from the principles of empathy, compassion, and ethical behavior. The mystical-oriented mind, driven by its irrational convictions, becomes a breeding ground for criminal-like tendencies. This mindset operates in stark contrast to the business-like mind, which thrives on rationality, practicality, and the pursuit of tangible goals.

In order to thrive in a world driven by progress and reason, it’s crucial to resist the allure of mysticism. By embracing independent and integrated thinking, individuals can develop a mindset that is grounded in reality, allowing them to make informed decisions, contribute to society, and ensure their own survival. Rejecting mysticism enables the cultivation of a business-like mind, one that values logic, critical thinking, and the pursuit of tangible achievements, thus fostering personal growth and societal progress.

The God concept has been effectively utilized by professional mystics and stealth moochers for the past two thousand years to exploit and manipulate value producers. This concept capitalizes on inherent cognitive biases by presenting convenient and organized packages of deceptive “truths.” Through various fraudulent interpretations of the God concept, professional value destroyers can easily deceive innocent producers into relinquishing their hard-earned values to them, the nonproducers. These fraudulent interpretations often promote the so-called virtues of humility, altruism, egalitarianism, selflessness, higher causes, and sacrifice. These supposed virtues are designed to generate guilt, diminishing the self-esteem of producers to the level of nonproducers. Once burdened with false guilt, producers are more willing to surrender or sacrifice their earned values to the nonproducers.

In the course of history, a multitude of interpretations of the concept of God have offered professional mystics and usurpers hiding in plain sight advantageous means to acquire sustenance from those who create value.[1] These individuals who thrive on undermining value rely on the producers to sacrifice the fruits of their labor, whether earned or created, for their own survival. Additionally, they employ government force and coercion to extract value. Furthermore, all professional mystics and usurpers depend on the unjust guilt imposed upon producers through deceptive altruistic or God-concept schemes to extract both material and psychological benefits from those who generate value.

The concept of God, religion, and mysticism can be utilized as tools to establish totalitarian dictatorships, regardless of whether they are theistic or “atheistic.”[2] In the early 1900s, Russia was a highly religious and mystical country, which created an ideal psychological environment for the acceptance of Marxism/Leninism, a political system based on irrational and mystical principles. This acceptance of an irrational philosophy like Marxism was necessary in order to disregard objective values and individual rights, justify the enslavement of entire nations, and commit mass killings of productive individuals in the name of a meaningless and mystical higher authority, which in this case was the state. Therefore, the tools of altruism and mysticism, which are associated with the concept of God, are not only essential in establishing the murderous religious regimes like in Ayatollah-led Iran, but also in establishing the murderous “atheistic” regimes in dictator-led Soviet Union and Red China.

Stalin, Mao, and their supporters employed different forms of seemingly selfless ideologies and religious beliefs to rationalize the mass killings of countless innocent individuals from the middle-class who contributed to society. These acts were supposedly carried out in pursuit of a greater “good.” However, it becomes evident that the true motive behind such widespread devastation and violence was solely to consolidate personal power and create fictitious job positions. No other justification can be found for these actions.

The value destroyer relies on appropriating the values generated by the value producer in order to sustain their own existence. This reliance undermines their self-worth, leading to feelings of resentment and envy towards those who create value. Over time, these negative emotions can intensify to the point where the value destroyer subconsciously desires their own demise. Consequently, they may develop a desire to drag others, particularly the value producers, down with them, resulting in the destructive nature of totalitarian leaders. Driven by envy and hatred, these leaders eventually bring about their own downfall and seek to destroy anyone else in their path.

Stalin, Hitler, and Mao, for example, were personally responsible for staggering property destruction while systematically slaughtering many millions of innocent, productive human beings. Castro, as another example, publicly stated that he, an ex-lawyer who had never produced or earned competitive values, would like to drop a nuclear bomb on New York City, destroying the greatest concentration of earned, man-made values on this planet. Such mass destruction would help prop his pseudo self-esteem by making him feel big and important. But, in fact, he has never been more than a destructive pip-squeak and mass murderer. …All mass murderers throughout history required the tools of altruism and mysticism to rationalize their purposeful destruction of values and life.

Stalin, Hitler, and Mao, among others, were responsible for causing immense destruction to properties and systematically killing millions of innocent and productive individuals. Similarly, Castro, a former lawyer with no personal accomplishments, publicly expressed his desire to unleash a nuclear bomb on New York City, which housed the highest concentration of human-created values on earth at the time. This destructive act would have boosted his fragile ego, making him feel significant. However, Castro’s true nature has always been that of a small-minded destroyer—a pipsqueak and assclown—and a mass murderer. It is worth noting that all historical mass murderers relied on the principles of altruism and mysticism to justify their deliberate annihilation of both valuable assets and human lives.

In literature and in other forms of communication, dealing with the God concept falls into four categories. The first three categories involve the harmful promotion of the God concept and other mystical frauds. The fourth category involves the beneficial undermining of the God-concept and other mystical frauds. Neo-Tech falls into the fourth category in identifying the route to guiltless prosperity and happiness.

Within the realm of literature and communication, the God concept has been approached in various ways. The first category encompasses works that actively promote the God concept and mystical frauds in a harmful manner. These writings or forms of communication may perpetuate false beliefs, encouraging blind faith without critical thinking, or even exploit people’s vulnerabilities for personal gain.

The second category also involves the promotion of the God concept but in a more subtle or manipulative manner. Here, the focus is on using mysticism and deceptive practices to manipulate individuals’ beliefs and actions. Such literature or communication may exploit people’s fears or desires, leading them astray and hindering their personal growth and fulfillment.

The third category includes works that discuss the God concept and mystical frauds without explicitly promoting them. However, these writings may unintentionally perpetuate false beliefs or fail to provide rational and logical explanations, leaving readers susceptible to misguided interpretations.

It is within the fourth category that No-Pill firmly positions itself. No-Pill takes a different approach by challenging and undermining the God concept and other mystical frauds in a constructive manner. Rather than promoting blind faith or exploiting individuals, No-Pill encourages critical thinking, rationality, and self-awareness.

No-Pill offers a unique perspective on achieving guiltless prosperity and happiness. It emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility, self-empowerment, and the hard-ass and hard-work pursuit of rational values. By rejecting mystical beliefs that may lead to guilt or hinder personal growth, No-Pill provides individuals with a clear path towards achieving genuine prosperity and happiness based on their own efforts, rational decision-making, and error and failure correction.

In conclusion, the exploration of the God concept in literature and communication can be categorized into four distinct groups. While the first three categories involve harmful promotion or manipulation of mystical beliefs, the fourth category, in which No-Pill falls, seeks to dismantle these bad-and-ugly-God beliefs and provide a rational and guiltless “God-Path”[3] towards prosperity and happiness.

[1] Most criminals, when compared on a morality scale, surpass the deceitful moochers belonging to the realm of politicians and theologians. Unlike these individuals, criminals do not pretend to be morally upright or justify their actions as morally righteous. Furthermore, criminals do not manipulate altruism or the concept of God to burden their victims with false guilt after robbing or taking away their means of living.

[2] All dictatorships, despite their claims of atheism, are not truly devoid of mysticism. Instead, they simply substitute one mystical authority known as God with another mystical authority known as the State. In terms of their philosophical nature, all these dictatorships are equally mystical, destructive, and immoral.

[3] To contrast the distinction between a good God…and bad, ugly, and evil ones, it is essential to shift the perspective from the manipulative notion of man as “created in the image of God” to a more empowering concept of “man-created God in the image of his ideal self, living harmoniously in accordance with his nature.” This paradigm shift provides mankind with inspiration and aspiration, rather than imposing an unattainable standard—as humans are inherently imperfect beings. The previous belief system places an insurmountable burden on individuals, making life akin to gambling with a weighted die, where success is predetermined and impossible. And if success is impossible, then so is virtue, and a whole lot of supposed morality goes right out the window.

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