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4 days 2 hours ago - 4 days 10 minutes ago #380881 by mapoui
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[If Guyana is to survive as nation it will be the ordinary nig nogs and coolies to to it, along with deh off spring dougla and the few others of the ordinary classes deh. it wont be the politicians, the rich and wealthy. as hat article above points out: when the chips are dong and the people in crisis and in need they are not the wone society turns to. and that is because ordinarily they are useless people..of no factor of human survival at all.

that is what I said yesterday. if allyuh are to survive it will the ordinary people to achieve such survival..all together
it is the same everywhere in the world. the useless people end up with all the wealth and power because we gih dem that. den they cause all manner of problems for us and in those problems they are fucking useless.

its lke Johnathan Cook reading my mind..or I read his: and up he comes with this post this morning..perfectly relevant. this is what I always saw humanity to be..animals among animals in all the species of life. there is nutten at all unique about humanity in life though life on Earth..appears to be unique to Earth in the universe. we get beyond Earth and its 'stardust!' and distance beyond distance beyond distance. and nothing we can see so far that even remotely resembles life.

and in it all humanity go and develop gods in the sky..some terrible useless but dangerous creations, jealous like all humans are and divisive to faults..always pitting their 'chirren against one anedder to fite, kill, to genocide each other!'

'and the ultimate conclusions of those gods: TO CHOOSE ONE HUMAN GROUP AND TELL DEM THAT THEY ARE THE CHOSEN CHILDREN OF ALL GODS..THE BEST OF ALL HUMANITY WHO DO NOT NEED THE REST OF HUMANITY AT ALL. AND THAT CHOSEN GROUP HAS BEEN KILLING HUMANITY SINCE THEY GOT THAT MESSAGE, AND CAUSING HUMANITY TO KILL EACH OTHER AND ITSELF GENERALLY FOR 2 THOUSANDS YEARS..HAVE CAUSED TO BE KILLED UNCOUNTABLE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE SO FAR!'

Totally incredible! tell Ketchin he is originally from Africa and he will immediately reply that there are no genes to support that..that he is a different species all entirely.

Chairman no doubt feels the same way..that there is a third different species altogether. that the whites to are like that and they are the best and most beautiful and that is where the Indians, Pakis and Chinese gravitate.to the whites as the most superior of 4 human species so far.

and no doubt the Chinese are a fifth such species. and how do we count the off spring when these mix..sixth, seventh, eigth, ninth...species?

Humans are not up to it at all. we are not capable of dealing with the truth life although it slaps us in our faces all the time. humans beings are animal, evolved. no gods took time to make any god dam human. there are no gods in the sky..none at all. they are the product of the inability f most humans to deal with the consciousness they found themselves with..out collective aware of death and its truthful representation of the human future..THE END OF CONSCIOUSNESS.

so the white man went to Africa and found the Black man civilization, his documents and records of his history and ultimately, when he developed the power he needed took them all, hid the away and used them to create his religious fictions we now live by. he then broke what he thought were all the connections to his theft so that life would never discover what he had done. but too late! humans are too smart fuh dat. they went back and found out..Black Scholars first..then whites and others followed to bring out in full corroboration what indeed had happened and who the human species actually is.

we know who we are not ketchim and chairman..and it ent have nutten to do with Buddhist or Islamic creations. and if you look closely you will the Black men and women at the heart of your civilizations. it is all from inner Africa whether ketchim in particular cyar face up to it or not. fuck ketchim! he is only one man..and a bline one at that. is wood fuh ketchim.

ketchim rarse Black..the prophet was Black and so is Alah...and Budha, and every god there is. the further back one goes the Blacker the gods get, until they are as dark as midnight. all gods are Black for they made a Black human to start life with. they made him in th sun so he could survive and live and be strong and resistant to all that threaten man on the Earth. the made him to be change itself and sent him over the Earth to populate it. and Bwoy did they ever make the black man capable of sex..or being able to fuck! the gods surely love to Fuck! because that is all they do..Sex at the heart f everything.

and the Black man took his responsibility to heart and populated the planet.

but there were no gods/are no gods in truth, unless we can call nature god! and of nature, the Black man and woman populated the planet anyway. and here we are all of uc having created a great pool of ignorance in the center of human life by breaking the African connection...burying the true story of humanity, and rising up an ever growing story/stories actually, of pure idiocy in the place f the true human story.

and those stores have brought us to this day and this dead place, a place of suicide almost complete. it will be soon now for humans to complete human suicide..a place and junction/juncture we would not have arrived at had we stayed on the African Road..the rod of our forefathers,..the road they built and set us out, sent us out on.

TELL DEM COOK! TELL THE SKUNT AN DEM WHO THEY ARE..HUMAN FLESH AND BLOOD DATS WHO..WHO SHIT AND PIS AND FART AND SEX AND EAT AND SO JESS LIKE ANY OTHER ANIMAL. AND IF THERE IS A HUGE FUTURE FUH WE YET HAVE TO ACHIEVE IT..AND TO ACHIEVE IT WE HAVE TO SURVIVE, TO LIVE..AND TO LIVE WE CAN DO IT ONLY BY TRUTH..TRUTH OF EXISTENCE... OR WE GO BLOW WE-SELVES TO BITS.

there are no superior people..no chosen people. to be superior we would have to define what is superior. it would be a human thing, a set of human standards..not natural. to know what the natural standards are you would have to have a talk with nature. and I don't see nature giving up her secrets humans that easily

yet things change from day to day..must change because movement is life and movement brings interaction and change. even standing still is the same because you are still part of the movement of the universe and that will change you too..according to the potential in standing still..or laying down still. in an ever changing reality in which there are only long standing principles but no law of the existence of things..which is why change is continual

so what is superiority when you can build a computer and play with one and I cant?

but Corona passes and bam! you dead tuh rarse because you body could not! who is superior then..prolly me because I just learned how to build a computer. and I learned how to play with one some years ago. but you still dead tuh rarse.

who is superior? in nature nutten and no one is..or if so it is or would be only momentary advantage if has any advantage at all. human superiority is a conception only in human heads. if a people are weak in the military but is otherwise superior to a conquering group and is killed off, it still does not make the conquerors superior. the conqueror is still weaker and his time is soon for the world anyway..no matter how many he kills on his way...
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4 days 1 hour ago #380882 by mapoui
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Johnanthan Cook

If a disease can teach wisdom beyond our understanding of how precarious and precious life is, the coronavirus has offered two lessons.

The first is that in a globalised world our lives are so intertwined that the idea of viewing ourselves as islands – whether as individuals, communities, nations, or a uniquely privileged species – should be understood as evidence of false consciousness. In truth, we were always bound together, part of a miraculous web of life on our planet and, beyond it, stardust in an unfathomably large and complex universe.

It is only an arrogance cultivated in us by those narcissists who have risen to power through their own destructive egotism that blinded us to the necessary mix of humility and awe we ought to feel as we watch a drop of rain on a leaf, or a baby struggle to crawl, or the night sky revealed in all its myriad glories away from city lights.

And now, as we start to enter periods of quarantine and self-isolation – as nations, communities and individuals – all that should be so much clearer. It has taken a virus to show us that only together are we at our strongest, most alive and most human.

In being stripped of what we need most by the threat of contagion, we are reminded of how much we have taken community for granted, abused it, hollowed it out. We are afraid because the services we need in times of collective difficulty and trauma have been turned into commodities that require payment, or treated as privileges to which access is now means-tested, rationed or is simply gone. That insecurity is at the root of the current urge to hoard.

When death stalks us it is not bankers we turn to, or corporate executives, or hedge fund managers. Nonetheless, those are the people our societies have best rewarded. They are the people who, if salaries are a measure of value, are the most prized.

But they are not the people we need, as individuals, as societies, as nations. Rather, it will be doctors, nurses, public health workers, care-givers and social workers who will be battling to save lives by risking their own.

During this health crisis we may indeed notice who and what is most important. But will we remember the sacrifice, their value after the virus is no longer headline news? Or will we go back to business as usual – until the next crisis – rewarding the arms manufacturers, the billionaire owners of the media, the fossil fuel company bosses, and the financial-services parasites feeding off other people’s money?

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4 days 1 hour ago #380883 by mapoui
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Cook Continued

‘Take it on the chin’

The second lesson follows from the first. Despite everything we have been told for four decades or more, western capitalist societies are far from the most efficient ways of organising ourselves. That will be laid bare as the coronavirus crisis deepens.

We are still very much immersed in the ideological universe of Thatcherism and Reaganism, when we were told quite literally: “There is no such thing as society.” How will that political mantra stand the test of the coming weeks and months? How much can we survive as individuals, even in quarantine, rather than as part of communities that care for all of us?

Western leaders who champion neoliberalism, as they are required to do nowadays, have two choices to cope with coronavirus – and both will require a great deal of misdirection if we are not to see through their hypocrisy and deceptions.

Our leaders can let us “take it on the chin”, as the British prime minister Boris Johnson has phrased it. In practice, that will mean allowing what is effectively a cull of many of the poor and elderly – one that will relieve governments of the financial burden of underfunded pension schemes and welfare payments.

Such leaders will claim they are powerless to intervene or to ameliorate the crisis. Confronted with the contradictions inherent in their worldview, they will suddenly become fatalists, abandoning their belief in the efficacy and righteousness of the free market. They will say the virus was too contagious to contain, too robust for health services to cope, too lethal to save lives. They will evade all blame for the decades of health cuts and privatisations that made those services inefficient, inadequate, cumbersome and inflexible.

Or, by contrast, politicians will use their spin doctors and allies in the corporate media to obscure the fact that they are quietly and temporarily becoming socialists to deal with the emergency. They will change the welfare rules so that all those in the gig economy they created – employed on zero-hours contracts – do not spread the virus because they cannot afford to self-quarantine or take days’ off sick.

Or most likely our leaders will pursue both options.

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4 days 1 hour ago #380884 by mapoui
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Permanent crisis

If acknowledged at all, the conclusion to be draw from the crisis – that we all matter equally, that we need to look after one another, that we sink or swim together – will be treated as no more than an isolated, fleeting lesson specific to this crisis. Our leaders will refuse to draw more general lessons – ones that might highlight their own culpability – about how sane, humane societies should function all the time.

In fact, there is nothing unique about the coronavirus crisis. It is simply a heightened version of the less visible crisis we are now permanently mired in. As Britain sinks under floods each winter, as Australia burns each summer, as the southern states of the US are wrecked by hurricanes and its great plains become dustbowls, as the climate emergency becomes ever more tangible, we will learn this truth slowly and painfully.

Those deeply invested in the current system – and those so brainwashed they cannot see its flaws – will defend it to the bitter end. They will learn nothing from the virus. They will point to authoritarian states and warn that things could be far worse.


They will point a finger at Iran’s high death toll as confirmation that our profit-driven societies are better, while ignoring the terrible damage we have inflicted on Iran’s health services after years of sabotaging its economy through ferocious sanctions. We left Iran all the more vulnerable to coronavirus because we wanted to engineer “regime change” – to interfere under the pretence of “humanitarian” concern – as we have sought to do in other countries whose resources we wished to control, from Iraq to Syria and Libya.

Iran will be held responsible for a crisis we willed, that our politicians intended (even if the speed and means came as a surprise), to overthrow its leaders. Iran’s failures will be cited as proof of our superior way of life, as we wail self-righteously about the outrage of a “Russian interference” whose contours we can barely articulate.

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4 days 1 hour ago #380885 by mapoui
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Cook fuh so!

Permanent crisis

If acknowledged at all, the conclusion to be draw from the crisis – that we all matter equally, that we need to look after one another, that we sink or swim together – will be treated as no more than an isolated, fleeting lesson specific to this crisis. Our leaders will refuse to draw more general lessons – ones that might highlight their own culpability – about how sane, humane societies should function all the time.

In fact, there is nothing unique about the coronavirus crisis. It is simply a heightened version of the less visible crisis we are now permanently mired in. As Britain sinks under floods each winter, as Australia burns each summer, as the southern states of the US are wrecked by hurricanes and its great plains become dustbowls, as the climate emergency becomes ever more tangible, we will learn this truth slowly and painfully.

Those deeply invested in the current system – and those so brainwashed they cannot see its flaws – will defend it to the bitter end. They will learn nothing from the virus. They will point to authoritarian states and warn that things could be far worse.


They will point a finger at Iran’s high death toll as confirmation that our profit-driven societies are better, while ignoring the terrible damage we have inflicted on Iran’s health services after years of sabotaging its economy through ferocious sanctions. We left Iran all the more vulnerable to coronavirus because we wanted to engineer “regime change” – to interfere under the pretence of “humanitarian” concern – as we have sought to do in other countries whose resources we wished to control, from Iraq to Syria and Libya.

Iran will be held responsible for a crisis we willed, that our politicians intended (even if the speed and means came as a surprise), to overthrow its leaders. Iran’s failures will be cited as proof of our superior way of life, as we wail self-righteously about the outrage of a “Russian interference” whose contours we can barely articulate.

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4 days 1 hour ago #380886 by mapoui
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Cook like peas

Sooner or later the public will be strong-armed once again to bail out these profit-driven corporations whose only efficiency is the central part they play in fuelling global warming and eradicating life on the planet. The airlines will be resuscitated until the inevitable next crisis arrives – one in which they are key players.

A boot stamping on a face

Capitalism is an efficient system for a tiny elite to make money at a terrible cost, and an increasingly untenable one, to wider society – and only until that system shows itself to be no longer efficient. Then wider society has to pick up the tab, and assist the wealth-elite so the cycle can be begun all over again. Like a boot stamping on a human face – forever, as George Orwell warned long ago.

But it is not just that capitalism is economically self-destructive; it is morally vacant too. Again, we should study the exemplars of neoliberal orthodoxy: the UK and the US.

In Britain, the National Health Service – once the envy of the world – is in terminal decline after decades of privatising and outsourcing its services. Now the same Conservative party that began the cannibalising of the NHS is pleading with businesses such as car makers to address a severe shortage of ventilators, which will soon be needed to assist coronavirus patients.

Once, in an emergency, western governments would have been able to direct resources, both public and private, to save lives. Factories could have been repurposed for the common good. Today, the government behaves as if all it can do is incentivise business, pinning hopes on the profit motive and selfishness driving these firms to enter the ventilator market, or to provide beds, in ways beneficial to public health.

The flaws in this approach should be glaring if we examine how a car manufacturer might respond to the request to adapt its factories to make ventilators.

If it is not persuaded that it can make easy money or if it thinks there are quicker or bigger profits to be made by continuing to make cars at a time when the public is frightened to use public transport, patients will die. If it holds back, waiting to see if there will be enough demand for ventilators to justify adapting its factories, patients will die. If it delays in the hope that ventilator shortages will drive up subsidies from a government fearful of the public backlash, patients will die. And if it makes ventilators on the cheap, to boost profits, without ensuring medical personnel oversee quality control, patients will die.

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4 days 1 hour ago #380887 by mapoui
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Oh Guuuuuude! Still More Cook

Survival rates will depend not on the common good, on our rallying to help those in need, on planning for the best outcome, but on the vagaries of the market. And not only on the market, but on faulty, human perceptions of what constitute market forces.

Survival of the fittest

If this were not bad enough, Trump – in all his inflated vanity – is showing how that profit-motive can be extended from the business world he knows so intimately to the cynical political one he has been gradually mastering. According to reports, behind the scenes he has been chasing after a silver bullet. He is speaking to international pharmaceutical companies to find one close to developing a vaccine so the United States can buy exclusive rights to it.

Reports suggest that he wants to offer the vaccine exclusively to the US public, in what would amount to the ultimate vote-winner in a re-election year. This would be the nadir of the dog-eat-dog philosophy – the survival of the fittest, the market decides worldview – we have been encouraged to worship over the past four decades. It is how people behave when they are denied a wider society to which they are responsible and which is responsible for them

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4 days 1 hour ago - 4 days 1 hour ago #380888 by mapoui
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OH Jesus Crise! Too much Cook. Mek him take win..too much! follow the link below to finish read the article

But even should Trump eventually deign to let other countries enjoy the benefits of his privatised vaccine, this will not be about helping mankind, about the greater good. It will be about Trump the businessman-president turning a tidy profit for the US on the back of other’s desperation and suffering, as well as marketing himself a political hero on the global stage.

Or, more likely, it will be yet another chance for the US to demonstrate its “humanitarian” credentials, rewarding “good” countries by giving them access to the vaccine, while denying “bad” countries like Russia the right to protect their citizens.

Obscenely stunted worldview

It will be a perfect illustration on the global stage – and in bold technicolour – of how the American way of marketing health works. This is what happens when health is treated not as a public good but as a commodity to be bought, as a privilege to incentivise the workforce, as a measure of who is successful and who is unsuccessful.

The US, by far the richest country on the planet, has a dysfunctional health care system not because it cannot afford a good one, but because its political worldview is so obscenely stunted by the worship of wealth that it refuses to acknowledge the communal good, to respect the common wealth of a healthy society.


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mapoui wrote: Totally incredible! tell Ketchin he is originally from Africa and he will immediately reply
that there are no genes to support that..that he is a different species all entirely.
Chairman no doubt feels the same way..that there is a third different species altogether.

damn right ! I like Levi's and Chair prefer Buffalo ~~

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