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“Being a good person often means being the best possible sycophant”: The Planetmates on culture and its “good, law-abiding, God-fearing, hard-working” people

The Planetmates on culture and its “good, law-abiding, God-fearing, hard-working” people “Of such “good” people, the religious of them say that such thoughts about where they are being “bad” in their seemingly “good” actions and thoughts are instances of “doubt” … Continue reading

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“Your parents trained you to be conforming underlings … now you would demonstrate to your Phantom deities that indeed you are a sycophantic underling — as sycophantic as can be.”

The Planetmates reveal on obsession and the evolution of “man”; on ritual, prayer, worship, your Phantoms….  “You see that your so-called evolution in consciousness has been largely to do with an expanding obsession to bring everything under control of your … Continue reading

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Hunger Games: Prenatal Oxygen Hunger and Its Political Imprints – Greed, Oppression, Sycophancy, Class War, Revolution: 21st Century and Its Discontents, Part 17

Kaleidoscope of Postmodern Life, Part Seventeen: Fetal Malnutrition and Politics: Prenatal Roots of Greed, Sycophancy, Class War, and Revolution Prenatal Roots of War In a previous section I mentioned how our human tendency to warring has its roots in the … Continue reading

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Babies Had Better Smile: Planetmates tell us, Adult conformity and sycophancy has roots in the newborn’s needs to win its congeniality contest, or else.

  The Earliest, Deadliest Beauty Pageant: To Survive, Babies Must Be Adorable – The 22nd Prasad of The Great Reveal from the Planetmates   Planetmates Release The Twenty-Second Prasad Traits in helpless newborns making them seem less burdensome or more … Continue reading

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