Statanism 101 - Transcript

Long Summary

In this thought-provoking lecture, we explore the story of Eve and the temptation to disregard the moral law in pursuit of personal desires. We delve into the concept of hedonism, which elevates lust and immediate pleasure as the highest morality, and its impact on our moral judgments. The lecture also discusses the importance of adhering to universal moral laws and how personal desires can often lead to a disregard for objective moral standards.

Furthermore, we examine the role of women's vanity and desire for higher-quality mates in the evolution of human intelligence and the creation of moral standards. We explore the notion that women often feel upset by witnessing poverty and expect society to provide resources to eradicate it. However, we argue that transferring resources from the wealthy to the poor can create more incentives for people to remain in poverty, leading to long-term negative consequences.

The lecture also challenges the pursuit of hedonism and highlights the significance of following the moral law. We discuss the dangers of substituting personal desires for virtue and the potential disastrous outcomes that can result. The lecture emphasizes the importance of deferred gratification in achieving long-term goals and the need to resist the temptation of immediate pleasures.

Additionally, we analyze the temptations presented by the devil and the state, both offering unearned rewards in exchange for abandoning the moral law. We draw parallels between the story of Eve and various societal issues, such as the welfare state and the military-industrial complex, where personal desires often override moral principles. We also delve into the manipulation tactics employed by the state, showing unpleasant imagery to sway individuals to give up the moral law, while hiding the consequences of their actions.

Overall, this lecture prompts listeners to reflect on their own desires and motivations, urging them to prioritize universal moral laws and resist the allure of immediate gratification. It encourages critical thinking and a deeper understanding of the implications of personal desires on the well-being of society and the moral fabric of our world.


0:00:00 Unpacking the Myth of Lucifer and Satan
0:03:28 Ingesting the Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge
0:11:23 The Flaming Language of a Living God
0:15:08 Women's Desire as the Foundation of Morality
0:20:01 Excuses and the Failure of Hedonism
0:23:38 Confusing Wants with the Moral Law
0:26:19 The Conflict between Good and Evil
0:32:59 The Temptation to Ingest Good and Evil
0:34:24 The Temptation of Becoming Like God
0:37:33 The temptation of overeating and its consequences
0:42:31 Social Security System and Female Votes
0:43:52 The Moral Law and Property Rights
0:45:29 The Desire for the Unearned: Age Pensions and Welfare State
0:49:35 Selling One's Soul for Success and Fame
0:52:45 Surrendering Property for the Sake of the Environment
0:56:13 The Immortal Evil: Devil and Totalitarian States


Unpacking the Myth of Lucifer and Satan

[0:00] All right, straight up rant time. This is an idea I have been working and fashioning and reworking and refashioning for the last couple of weeks, and it's going to blow your mind.
And this is really me working at the pinnacle of my powers of analogy, reason, explanation, and it's going to unpack the entire planet for you, and you won't be the same after you have listened to this.
I'm just telling telling you that straight up, because I know I'm not. So, all right.

[0:31] Whether you're religious or not, we're going to respect the myth.
We're going to respect the history. We're going to respect the story of Lucifer, bringer of light.
We are going to unpack it, and we're going to understand what is meant by the story of Satan and its manifestation in the modern world.
This explains why the modern and world is the way that it is, and tell you where it's going. It won't be the same.
Put your crash helmets on. We're going in. All right.

[1:02] Let's look at the story of Genesis. So very briefly, God creates the universe.
God creates the world. God creates people.
Well, God creates Adam, first and foremost, puts Adam in the Garden of Eden, and tells Adam, you can eat anything.
You can name all the animals. I respect that. You've got free will.
You've got total control. troll, you cannot eat the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. That is forbidden to you.
After a while, he takes one of Adam's ribs, and he makes Adam a companion, who is Eve.
Eve is walking through the Garden of Eden when the serpent comes along.
Now, whether the serpent is Satan himself directly is somewhat unclear, at least in the original text.
It could be Satan in In the form of a serpent, because Satan in Revelations is referred to as a serpent, it could be just a serpent.
It could be the serpent possessed by the spirit of Satan.
But nonetheless, the serpent comes along and says, you've got to eat of this fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You've got to eat of that fruit.
And Eve says, nah, can't, bad, won't.

[2:14] She says, I'm going to die. Because God says if you eat of the tree, of knowledge of good and evil, you eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, then you will be doomed to death.
Not you will die immediately, like snap your fingers and die, but you will be doomed to death.
And Lucifer says, of course I'm paraphrasing, but Lucifer says, no, no, no, you don't. You don't die. You become as God.
You become as God. You ingest the apple born from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. You become as God.
Eve takes a bite. Eve convinces Adam to take a bite.
God comes down, and then they're naked, and they're ashamed, and they create fig leaves to cover up their nakedness.
And God comes down and says, Hey, where did you guys, where are you? Where's Eve?
Did you guys eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?
And Adam says, hey, the woman you gave me, she convinced me to do it.
Doesn't take responsibility.
And Eve says, oh, well, the snake, he made me do it. Doesn't take responsibility.
They're cast out of Eden. Eden, a flaming sword, is barred to pass, to block their path back. All right, with this we know.
So, what is the story all about?

Ingesting the Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge

[3:28] Well, the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
They ingest that. They ingest that. They take it and put it inside of themselves.
And they have broken the moral law. and to know is to possess, to know a woman.
It's not just having knowledge in your head, to know a woman, to know in the biblical sense.
Joseph knew of, right, means he had sex with, he consummated, he made love to the woman.
It is to consummate, it is to ingest.

[4:07] Now, the path towards civilization has been the replacement of lust with reason.
The replacement of lust with reason. Lust comes from the animals and our animal nature.
I don't reject lust.
I respect it. It's a beautiful and deep and powerful force within us, but it is something that we have inherited from and or share with the animals.
Now, when Eve is told she will become as God by eating the fruit, I'm not going to keep saying the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, just assume that's implied, right?
If it's not that fruit, I'll tell you something, I'll tell you.
So, the serpent, Satan, says to Eve, ingest the fruit and you become as God. Eat the fruit, you become as God.

[5:03] Now, she has a moral commandment, do not eat of this fruit.
And through pride, through vanity, she learns what it is to break morals, which is to substitute lust and desire and vanity for reason.
You see, we may, not having seen God directly with our own two eyes and had these commandments come down in thunderclaps, we would say, oh, well, it's just obeying God's word.
No, no, no. Not if you're standing right in front of the divine and perfect being.
He has given you morality.

[5:40] It's not just words in a book. It's not just a preacher on a pulpit.
God has stood before you and said, this is moral. I am all good. I created you.
And therefore that is morality. The obedience to God is obedience to virtue and it's not obedience to the word, it's obedience to the vivid, actual, empirical presence.
It is perfectly rational to obey God when God is all good and God has given you a commandment. You are not obeying authority, you are not obeying power, you are obeying divine virtue that has stood right in front of you and told you what is right and what is wrong.
So God's commandments to Adam and Eve were objective in universal morality.
And the serpent comes along and says, eat of the fruit you become as God. What does that mean?
It means eat of the fruit and you can define your own morality.
Or, to be more precise, if I prickle vanity within you, the pride, the desire to surmount, which is what Lucifer has, right?
But Lucifer has the desire to not just be God, but to be higher than God.
To be higher than God. To be higher than the moral law.

[7:01] Lucifer says, Satan says, in the form of the serpent, eat the fruit, become a god.
Now, god in this context means that your desires are synonymous with morality.
God is all good, God cannot be evil, therefore everything which God desires and everything which God creates is virtuous by definition.

[7:27] But, Adam and Eve can choose evil. And the way that you avoid the temptations of evil, at least in the short run, is you elevate lust to virtue.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. What is good is what you want.
Now that's an animal standard.
Animal is hungry, animal eats. Animal is horny, animal screws.
Animal is sleepy, animal tires. desires, animal is scared, animal runs.

[8:01] The Darwinian imperative, to fight, to screw, to survive, to replicate.
The desire and the virtue are one and the same, which is to say that there is no virtue, only desire, only lust, only thirst, only want, want, want.
That line from the Who song, song, Magic Bus.
I want it, I want it, I want it, I want it.
Or that scream from the Rolling Stones song, I'm a monkey, monkey man.
That animal lust is the good, that which is for immediate survival and reproduction, the avoidance of predators, the pursuit of prey, the reproduction of your genes, that is the good.
That what you will in an animal state is the good.
And if you think this isn't part of the modern world, think again.

[8:59] I want, I want, I want the alpha male with the Bugatti and the horde of beautiful women.
You see, that's the good. Status, power, control, influence.
Being an influencer, being desired is the good. Being wealthy is the good.
Wielding political force is the good.
So when the serpent says to Eve, you shall be a god, he's saying you don't have to have any external, objective, universal moral standards.
You can become virtue.
You can be virtue. Everything you want is the good.
That's what he means when he says, you shall be as God.
God cannot do evil. Adam and Eve and you and I can do evil.
The universal moral law is there to guide us away from evil and towards the good.
We must restrain ourselves.
We must manage ourselves. We must control the animal within us.
We must manage the monkey.

[10:16] If you eat whatever you want, you get fat. If you don't happen to enjoy exercise, you get soft.
If you don't want to think, you become a cunning animal, manipulating language in the pursuit of biological pleasures and avoidances.
A machine, an NPC driven by genetic imperatives.
Eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil is to ingest virtue, Virtue, place it within yourself.
The tree is above you. The fruit is above you. You pluck it, you take it down, you eat it.
It goes within you. It goes below you. Instead of being above your mind, it is now below your mind in your belly. It has been incorporated into your body.
You want to become a god, which means you want your desire to be the moral law.
And that's what Eve does. And that's what Adam does, is they place their desire above the moral law.
Their thirst, their greed for godhood, their vanity.
They place that above the moral law.

The Flaming Language of a Living God

[11:23] Virtue, the commandments, UPB. And remember, for Adam and Eve, virtue is empirical.
It is not words in a book. It is the flaming language of a living God who stands before them and tells them what is what.
It is in the reaching for the apple that Eve and then Adam desire that their desire become the moral law.
That their thirst become the moral law.
That lust equals virtue. What you want is what is good.
Now that's something that God achieves mankind cannot. not?
Why does the serpent go to women? Why does the serpent go to Eve?

[12:14] That's how you avoid the moral law.
Eve is a young woman, and a young woman's vanity is her greatest strength and her greatest weakness.
Her greatest strength in that a young woman's vanity has her search for the greatest, smartest, most agile, life, and strong mate, her vanity.
That's hypergamy. That's why we evolve. That's how we evolved.
It's what evolution is, is women seeking for higher mates, smarter mates, stronger mates.
Why did our intelligence outstrip that of the monkeys? Because women chose more intelligent men, because more intelligent men provided more resources.
So her vanity, make herself as attractive as possible, choose the best possible mate, that is the vanity that draws us up from in the primordial ooze to where we are.
Her vanity. I want to get the best. Don't settle. Have standards.
A woman who has standards is noble. A man who has standards is just controlling, man.
A woman who has very high standards is refusing to settle.
A man who has very high standards is just basically being mean, insulting, and abusive to all the women who fail to reach that standard.
I don't want an overweight woman. Oh, you're mean and fat phobic.
I want a guy over six foot tall. You go, girl. Slay queen.

[13:43] Men are too disposable to become vainglorious in the same way.
So the young woman's vanity, because she is so in desire, she is so desired, she's so thirsted after that her desires appear the good to her.
And in some ways they are.
The woman's desire for a smarter, more noble, stronger man.
Is how morality was born that is how morality was born the woman's choice creates the capacity for morality because women choose men smart enough and conceptual enough to define dissect promote and pursue the moral law what is desirous to the woman not of the woman to the woman What the woman desires is the foundation of the creation of the moral law.
So the woman reaches for the tree of knowledge of good and evil and ingests it.
The woman's will becomes the good. The woman's emotional preference becomes the virtue.

[14:52] She wants to be morality. Her preferences and desires are the definition of morality.
And we see this everywhere in the modern world all the time, in the West, everywhere in the modern world all the time.

Women's Desire as the Foundation of Morality

[15:08] The woman feels bad for the relative poor circumstances of group ABCXYZ.
She feels bad, you see. and therefore men in general must help group ABCXYZ because the woman feels bad, you see.
And to help group ABCXYZ is virtuous. Why? Because the woman wants them to be helped.
And the moral law must be cracked, wrecked, destroyed and trampled because the woman's desire is to help Help, and therefore the man must help.
Whether it actually helps, immaterial.
So Eve is told that her desire becomes the good.
Her desire becomes the good.

[16:11] What you want is virtue. I want to help, let's say, the poor.
I want to help the poor. There are poor people. I feel bad that there are poor people.
I want to help poor people, okay?
The man's answer is, we help poor people by obeying the moral law, by...

[16:32] Respecting coercion, respecting property rights and free trade, that's how you help the poor.
If you want to help the poor, you follow the moral law, which is exactly what God says. Thou shalt not steal.
Thou shalt not bear false witness. False witness is when you have a moral question before you.
But the woman in this Eve story, the woman eats the fruit, And the fruit is that your desire, your wish, your preferences, your wants, and virtue are one and the same.
Because that's what Satan says when he says you'll be as God.
God, whatever God wills is the good.
But whatever man wills is likely not the good because man has the fallen nature of his animal prehistory, which is a lust for dominance and reproduction.

[17:24] Resource acquisition, reproduction, at any cost, no moral law.
Now, because Eve succumbs to the temptations of Satan And Eve wants to become as God Which is that everything she desires is the good Everything which she wants is the good And what that means is Everything she likes is virtuous And everything that makes her uncomfortable is evil, Everything that makes her feel good is good.
Everything that makes her feel bad is evil. And of course we have good, bad. It's an overlap, right?
Good, bad refers to feelings and morals.

[18:11] Good is I feel good. Good is conformity to the moral law.
Bad is I feel bad, and that's a bad person, it's a bad man. Tears for feel style.

[18:24] Is through the woman that that which makes me feel good is morally good and that which makes me feel bad is morally bad which is where you get the modern issue of being offended of being upset of being triggered hate speech you said something that makes me feel bad therefore you are immoral because that fruit has been ingested morality is no longer above you morality has gone from the heavens into your flesh.
What your flesh wants is the good. What makes you feel good is moral.
What makes you feel bad is immoral.
And it comes through the empathy of the female.
And then God says, hey, hey, where's Eva? I don't know.
Goes to Adam and says, did you eat the apple? He says, oh, you gave me this woman.
She told me to. I did.
But you gave her to me. Goes.
To Eve, says, did you eat the apple? She says, yeah, but there was the devil, which you created. The devil, Satan, you created him.
He convinced me. Abandonment of responsibility.

[19:40] Excuses. Excuses. When your lust becomes the moral law.
When your animal desires become the definition of, quote, virtue, when the moral law is only what you want, then you must begin to make excuses for the inevitable.

Excuses and the Failure of Hedonism

[20:01] Results of that. It wasn't my fault. I'm only acted upon. I'm a victim, not a volunteer.
Bad things happened to me. Things were done unto me. I had no way of knowing.
I couldn't see this ahead of time. There were no red flags. He seemed perfect. She seemed perfect.
I, you know, the condom broke. Excuse, excuse, excuse.
Why? Why do we pursue excuses when When hedonism, which is the elevation of brute desire to the moral law, when hedonism fails us, why do we make excuses?
Why? Because we've already accepted that what we want is the good and what we don't want is the bad.
What makes us feel good is the good. What makes us feel bad is the evil.
And when you're confronted on the bad outcomes of hedonism, what do you want to say?
What do you feel better in the moment saying? It wasn't my fault.
I'm a victim. Couldn't have seen it coming. excuse, excuse, excuse.
Because it feels bad to take ownership for hedonism. So hedonism counsels you, hey man, just make an excuse.
Just make an excuse. Because that feels better in the short run.
It feels better. It feels really bad to take responsibility.
So when you elevate hedonism to the moral law, it produces disastrous.
But then the same hedonism that you're now addicted to, tells you to produce excuses, which guarantees repetition of disaster.

[21:31] So, that is the story of Eden.
That it is satanic and prideful of inglorious in the extreme, to wish to elevate yourself to the position of God, which is that whatever you wish, whatever you will, whatever you want, is the good.
And it corrupts the moral law because we can't live as animals.
We always have to justify.
But you can't morally justify hedonism because it's subjective, it's personal, it can't be universalized, and it's win-lose.
Animal stuff is win-lose. The lion wins, the gazelle loses. Here's her life.
Your sperm impregnates the female egg. It denies all your other sperm and all the other sperm of all the other males.

[22:31] Get the territory, you keep other people out of the territory, other animals, other wolves.
You see the wolves, they attract the wolves, they're all having borders and countries.
Wolfdoms, I suppose. The moral law can be universalized.
The law of hedonism is win-lose. I get the Bugatti, you don't get the Bugatti.
I get the girl, you don't get the girl. I get the money, you don't get the money.
I get the views, you don't get the views. I get the clicks, you don't get the clicks.
The moral law is win-win i respect property rights you respect property rights all can be achieved simultaneously to everyone's benefit except the evil the thieves the corruptors, because what women want is the birth of morality or birth morality through the improvement of males, what women want it's very easy for women to confuse what they want with the moral law and to oppose anyone who thwarts what they want as a wrongdoer, as a bad person, feels overreals.
And that's the story. That's the story.

Confusing Wants with the Moral Law

[23:38] Women see something that makes them sad, and they wish for men generally to provide the resources to remove that problem from their sight.
That man is poor, give him money. I feel bad that they're seeing that poor man, therefore, that poor man or the conditions which produce that poor man is an immorality.
It offends my sight, therefore, it is offensive, therefore, it is immoral, therefore, it must be fixed, therefore, anybody who opposes that fix is evil. Okay?
A poor man you are a wealthy man damn well give your money to the poor man so that i'm not upset by seeing the poor man now if you come back a month and instead of there being one poor man there are now five poor men the moral law says well you have created more poor men by violating thou shalt not steal by using usually the power of the state to transfer resources from the wealthy to the poor, and all that does is raise the incentives for being poor.

[24:48] And if you give a poor man $500 a week, but he was only making $600 a week working, then he's going to stop working, and there'll be more poor people.
So then here's the problem, though. If you go, and again, this isn't just male-female, but it's a general pattern. There's exceptions, of course. Lots of overlap. lap.
But the woman says, I feel bad looking at poor people, therefore you must give money to the poor people so I don't feel bad.
And anyone who says, that's not going to fix it, that's going to make the problem worse, is saying to the woman that your desire to eliminate poverty by giving poor people money, your desire and virtue is not only not the same, it is in fact the opposite.
It, that your desire to fix the aesthetics and the feelings of the situation, regardless of the moral law or in opposition to the moral law, is immoral, that you are reaching and ingesting the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, and you're taking it from above you to within you.
You are taking it from something you aspire to intellectually to something that manifests in your feelings and your heart and your flesh and your body, your thirst, your desire, that that you have become as God because you say that what you want is the good.

[26:12] What upsets you is the evil, and all who facilitate.

The Conflict between Good and Evil

[26:19] Feelings and all who provoke your bad feelings are the good and the evil, respectively.
We cannot be as gods, for we are uncertain, prone to sin and error, and mortal.
UPB, universally preferable behavior, the moral law, yes, that is eternal, that is universal, that is infinite, that is unchanging.
That is perfect. But we are not.
To thirst to be higher than reason, to be higher than reality, to be higher than the moral law, is to substitute animal lust for virtue, which is demonic.

[26:59] What you want is not the good. And I'm not making this up. The rule of the Satanists, do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
What you want is the good. But that's only true for God.
And Satan says, oh no, you can become just like God in that whatever you want is the good. But you can't. You can't.
And the hedonism traps you in a death spiral because hedonism produces disaster and then when somebody points out that it's your hedonism that produces the disaster, that same hedonism gives you the right to defend yourself by whatever means necessary from excuses to violence and also to attack anyone who displeases your hedonism by pointing out the disasters it produces as a wrong thinker, as a purveyor of misinformation and disinformation and hate speech because it makes you feel bad. I hate this speech.
You see, that's an incredible, clever phrase, a brilliant phrase.
Hate speech. I hate the speech. Therefore, this speech is evil.
I hate the speech because it makes me feel bad, because it is denying me the immediate dopamine of dealing with the surface of problems rather than actually solving them.
You've got a toothache, you've got to go to a dentist, and going to the dentist can be quite painful.
Or, or, hear me out here, I'll just take some painkillers.

[28:24] Who says, stop the painkillers, get to the dentist, is provoking discomfort, hostility, pain, anger in you.
And you hate them for that.
I say this having gathered 40 years of responses to the promotion of the moral law in challenging the hedonism.
You know, some of my most controversial controversial tweets were saying to women that the hedonism of the first half of your life will ruin the second half.
That if you don't settle down, have kids, write your eggs, die at 40, give or take, you live to be 80, what are you going to do?
That challenges the hedonism and says you must defer gratification in order to achieve the good.
You want to lose weight, you got to not eat what you want. You want to get stronger, you've got to exercise when you don't want to.
The whole purpose of the moral law, a virtue of philosophy, is to push against the animal, which is why animals are not subject to philosophy, and human beings cannot escape it no matter how we try.

[29:30] Philosophy is the god of this world. Whatever philosophy wills is the good.
Whatever morality commands is the good.
But we cannot become morality, we can only obey it.
We cannot become science, we can only follow it. We cannot become math, we can only pursue it, accurately or inaccurately.
We can measure the world, we cannot become the world.

[29:54] We can follow a diet, we cannot become the diet. In fact, we become less when we follow the diet, less weight.

[30:03] Fuse our will with the moral law is to eat the apple that says we become a god and everything we will is the good.
And people who want free money from the government say it's the good, it's taking care of the poor, it's charity, it's kindness, it's niceness, it's good.
And anybody who questions that, who says thou shalt not steal is the whole of the law.
The welfare state is a a violation of property rights. Therefore, the welfare state is immoral.

[30:35] All who attempt to put the tree back above us, who attempt to take the fruit out of our stomachs and put it back, over our heads where it belongs, we can reach it, but we're supposed to pull ourselves up, not take it down and ingest it and subject the moral law, the apple, subject the moral law, to our hunger and our vanity and our pride and our greed and our lies and manipulation. population.
We're not supposed to ingest the apple. We're supposed to reach for it, but not eat it.
We're supposed to follow the moral laws. We're not supposed to become the moral laws, because that is reserved for God alone.
Now, if you say to, let's say, old people that your pensions are being stolen from the younger generation, there's no money in the pension fund, And you're simply stealing from the young.
The young people that you brought up saying, thou shalt not steal.
You stole a candy bar. You march right back in there. You apologize and you give it back.
You say, there's a moral law. There's a moral law.

[31:42] And you say to them, you failed to follow the moral law.
You became greedy. You wanted to feel good.
And you pursued immorality. And you are now inflicting immorality on others.
Well, that's going to make them feel very bad, right?
Now, the whole point of the moral law is, yeah, you're supposed to feel bad, right?

[32:05] Feel bad that's the whole point of the moral law is it stops you from doing things that hedonism wants you to do the whole point of a diet is stop eating what you want and start eating what's good for you the whole point of exercise is stop sitting which is comfortable start sweating which is uncomfortable and it'll get easier and it'll get better and it'll you'll start missing what you you used to love, and you'll start loving what you used to avoid. I like exercise now.
I've been mostly off sugar for a couple months.
I don't particularly want it anymore. You'll get used to it.
The whole moral law, the whole essence of the moral law is anti-hedonism.
And the whole purpose of vanity is to say, what I want is the good, and anything which interferes with what I want and makes me feel bad is the evil, which is a combination.

The Temptation to Ingest Good and Evil

[32:59] And the opposition, it's, there's a conflict between what you want and what is good.
Of course there is. Not always, but at times. For sure. There's a conflict between what you want and what is good.
Hedonism tries to resolve that conflict by saying, oh no, you're a god, whatever you will is the good. Whatever you want is the good.
And whatever interferes with what you want is the evil. You are the god.
That's Satan saying, ingest good and evil so that it becomes your flesh.
What happens to an apple when you eat it?
It spreads into your flesh, right? It spreads into your flesh.
What happens to the apple when you ingest it?
It feeds your flesh. It becomes one with your flesh. It becomes your flesh.
And you eat the apple out of a fleshly lust for hunger.
Your lusts have subsumed the moral law.
It now has fed your flesh and your flesh will dominate and if you look at obesity and addiction and masturbation, and the lust for power the lust for fame, the lust for money fleshly lusts have overtaken the moral law and we have eaten that apple and we think that by eating the apple we can become the moral law that our lusts, our virtue and our dislikes, prove immorality we think we have become as God.

The Temptation of Becoming Like God

[34:24] Is what Satan did, wanted to become as God, wanted to be higher than God.
We want to be so that what we will is the good.
Now, how do we achieve that? Well, of course, the devil said, I can facilitate you getting the unearned.
I can facilitate you getting the unearned. You want to be as God? Eat the apple.
You want to be famous? Sell your soul. You want to be rich?
Sell your soul. You want to be talented? Sell your soul. You want to be beautiful? Sell your soul.
The devil offers you something which you have not earned at the expense of your future.
Now, imagine this. It's hard for people to quit smoking.

[35:09] Relapse rates for smoking are higher than that of heroin addicts.
It's hard to quit smoking. smoking. It's hard to quit smoking when you are the one facing potential emphysema, lung cancer, slow, agonizing, painful death.
97% of people who lose weight gain it back, and more often, hard to lose weight, virtually impossible.
And that's when you're the one who's overweight, whose knees hurt, whose back hurts, whose heart chokes, whose breath shallows, whose mirror castigates.
So even when you are the one who is suffering, it's very, very hard for people to change.
You know, I've talked to countless people over the course of this show who've tried to summon and respect the moral law in their personal relationships.
And what happens? What happens?
Not always, but many, many, many, if not most times.
What happens is people will choose solitude. They will choose isolation.
They will choose rejection and ostracism.
Parents of decades choose to wander into the night, to be thrown off the island.

[36:20] Relationships, rather than be subject to the moral law. My own parents, when I brought the moral law to them, said, if you come with the moral law, you don't come anywhere near us.
Because the devils had taken them, and their hearts were closed against virtue, and they were beyond saving.
By choice, by circumstance, by history, it doesn't matter.
I can only measure the empiricism of the the outcome, not the alchemy of the unknowable causes.
So, the devil says, I'll give you what you want in the here and now, but I will take everything from you later.
Now, imagine how well the devil would do, because historically, you sold your soul, right?
Imagine how the devil would do if you could sell someone else's soul, someone you didn't even know.
Imagine how hard it would be to quit smoking.
Let's say you're some smoker in Tennessee. You're some smoker in Tennessee, and your doctor says, you know, man, you've really got to quit smoking, or there's a chance that some guy in India you don't know and will never meet might develop lung cancer.

The temptation of overeating and its consequences

[37:33] You understand? How hard would it be to not overeat?
Everyone has foods they love. Everyone You know, you sit there munching, munching, munching. It's really nice.
How hard would it be to not overeat if your doctor says, hey, listen, man, the consequence, like, your BMI is great.
You've got a six-pack. You're lean as a ferret on cocaine.
But, man, if you keep overeating, there's a real chance that someone potentially in the remote outback of China might end up overweight.
Or if they were to say, you know, let's say you're a drug addict, and you're totally fine, totally healthy. In fact, the drug is nothing but positive for you.
All the creativity and brilliance and genius that you want.
You can stay up for days, and it doesn't harm your health at all.
But your doctor says, hey, man, listen, I just ran some scans, and I, you know, I got some bad news for you.
Your drug use is going to potentially harm the nervous system of someone who might be born in 30 years.

[38:44] Or even if it was, definitely going to harm the nervous system of somebody born somewhere on the planet.
They're going to be born in 30 years, and they're the ones who take the damage for your hedonism.
Right? The way that the devil wins is he says, oh, you don't want to sell your soul? Hey, no problem, man, no problem.
I'll give you all of these incredible benefits that you have not earned.
I'll give you all of this gold and fame and wealth and talent and beauty, everything for you, man, everything for you.
But I'm going to spin this multi-billion cogwheel and someone, ain't going to be you, but someone, they're going to lose their soul.
You get all these benefits, someone you'll never even know, they'll lose their soul. Well, come on.
You understand in that marketplace where the price of the unearned for you accrues to someone you never even meet, who may be born in the distant future?
Like that's, if you want to harvest souls, and the devil does, right?
If you want to harvest souls, what you do is you make sure that it's not the person selling his own soul, but somebody else's. You end up the same, right? You end up the same. Thank you.

[40:03] Right? But if you're giving up your own soul, you're going to hesitate.
If you're giving up some random person's soul, you'll never meet.
Again, unless you're following the moral law, you probably aren't even going to really think twice.
Yep, done. Sold. Hey, the moment you said it wasn't me, some unknown person somewhere down the road, fine, I'm done. Great, good.
Give me all that money, fame, wealth, and beauty. Give me all that talent, baby.
Because you never have to look in the mirror and say, I sold my soul.
You never have to look someone in the eye and say, I sold your soul.
The devil ends up with the same number of souls, and he's just cross-referencing, right?
Because he goes to you, and he says, some stranger will pay for what you did not earn that I give you.
And then he goes to that stranger, and he says, someone, someone, someone, he keeps going to everyone, and he gets your soul anyway, right?
Right. Because what you've done to others, others will do to you.
And he goes all around the world, and he says, this is a smart guy, right? Smart guy.
The, I take your soul, that kind of limits things.
But if he goes to everyone and says, nah, that's some random stranger's soul, they'll pay the price for what you want. They'll pay the price for your unearned benefits.
So, man, just, you know, I'll give you all this cool stuff.

[41:16] And you'll never have to look anyone in the eye whose soul you sold.
Because that's such a good deal, almost everyone takes it. Which means almost everyone loses their soul. Right?
Because here's the reality, right? You really lose your soul the moment you make that deal.
But because he's the letter of the law kind of guy, he has to go around until he's got almost everyone, and then he takes your soul that way.
He says, I'll give you all this benefit, and Ahmed in country X says, Then he goes to Ahmed and said, oh, no, no, Bob in country Y, he'll take the price for your unearned.
And he gets everyone that way. Now that, you understand, is the modern economy.
It used to be that if you overspent, because society was very poor, if you overspent, you kind of wrecked your own economy.
If you voted poorly, you suffered and you paid.
And not always, but in general. I mean, the Roman Empire took a long time to fall.
But the Roman Empire was also, to some degree, the spread of some aspects of the moral law until later in the Republic became the Empire.

Social Security System and Female Votes

[42:31] So now we have a situation where the wealth has been generated to the point where the social security system is set up largely by female votes because there's old people who are poor and sad.
Sad and remember whatever makes you feel upset is the evil and whatever deals with the appearance of that is the good so you see old sad grand grannies and this is what the media does right the media says here's here's sad things here's bad things things that make you feel bad, and here's a solution now the solution violates the moral law but you don't care you don't care because the moral law is only what makes you feel good and if this image makes you feel bad bad.
Poor people starving, old people hungry.
That makes you feel bad. And so you give up on the moral law because the only law you have is the ingestion of the apple, wherein hedonism is the only good there is.
It makes me feel bad to see these poor old people, so let's give them a pension.
And again, often comes through, generally comes through the female, and this has been fairly well established that when women get the vote, government spending goes through the roof, largely on income redistribution because feels over reals, right?
The apple over the moral law.
Obedience to desire, which is not obedience at all, but really manifestation, over obedience to virtue, which feels bad sometimes.

The Moral Law and Property Rights

[43:52] Comes along and says, oh, did you not say for your old age, no problem, you can steal from other people. That's not stealing.
I'm going to show sad images in front of people to provoke their hedonism into abandoning, rejecting, and violating the moral law, the law of property, which is the law of life, because there is no life without property.

[44:14] Eve went to God's tree tree and stole his apple.
She wanted the apple and her desire, her hedonism, overrode the property rights of God saying, this is my tree.
This is not your tree. This is my property and you cannot have it. It is my ownership.
You can have everything else, the entire Garden of Eden, universe itself.
You can name all the animals. It's fine. I made them. You can name them. He says to Adam, right?
And he says to Adam, he says to Eve, that is my property. The moral law is mine. It is not yours.
And then Eve stole the apple.
She elevated herself above the moral law, above property rights, because she wanted to become a god.
She wanted her desires and the moral law to be one and the same.
She wanted to be a god. And so she wanted her vanity, she was thirsty, her pride, her greed, and she stole, she stole, she violated property for the sake of her greed.

The Desire for the Unearned: Age Pensions and Welfare State

[45:29] Age pensions, the welfare state, military-industrial complex, which is more masculine, of course.
Men do it too. And foreign aid and all these kinds of things are all people saying, my greed trumps the moral law.
And Eve wanted her desires to be synonymous with virtue, which meant she wanted to manifest virtue, to become virtue, rather than to follow virtue.
Virtue, which is like wanting to become science, Fauci style, rather than pursue and follow science.
To want to become philosophy, rather than pursue philosophy.
To want to become reason, rather than pursue reason.
To have your identity synonymous with truth. But truth must be earned. Reason must be earned.
Money, resources must be earned.

[46:24] Virtue must be earned. the desire for the unearned is that we become virtue, we become goodness incarnate, without having to earn it.
We do not have to earn our virtues, but all virtues must be earned, all life must be earned.
And if you don't do the earning, somebody else has to, which is fine.
If you're a baby, you don't make your own bread, you don't build your own shelter, other people do it for you. That's great.
It's beautiful. The desire for the unearned.
Satan gives you the unearned and others pay now we can say over time it's your future self who pays who's kind of another but he gives you everything and then he gives you stuff and then takes away everything he gives you that which satisfies your hedonism a fame money sex power power, victory, whatever.
He gives you whatever satisfies your hedonism, and then he takes away that which is essentially human, your soul, your virtue.
He satisfies the beast and strips you of the angel.
He satisfies the flesh and strips you of virtue through your greed for the unearned. Let's look at the state.
Let's look at the state. What does the state do? The state says.

[47:50] That I will give you virtue that you do not have to earn.
If you want to help the poor, roll up your sleeves, help the poor.
No, no, no, that's too much work.
I want to complain about the poor and vote for a politician to violate the moral law to, quote, help the poor.
Because that makes me feel good without actually having to do work. Okay.
People overseas, hungry children with flies on their eyes, big bulbous bellies sitting in the desert.
Well, I could research and learn about how economies become wealthy and the moral law that has to be in place, protection of property, opposition to violence.
Thou shalt not murder, thou shalt not steal. I will learn about how the imposition of the moral law and the subjugation of animal will to the moral law produces wealth and life.
There's the wages of sin or death, and the effects of substituting personal hedonism for the moral law. There's death.
Oh, no, but I'm upset now, and that just takes too long.

[49:02] So I'm going to tell the government to send them some money, Send them some food.
Oh, but that food will be stolen and that food will be traded for weapons which will be further used to oppress the citizenry.
Oh, don't tell me that. Don't tell me that.
I want the bad feelings to go away.
And the devil and the state, well, they have a way of making that happen.
They give me the effects of virtue, which is the problem has been solved.

Selling One's Soul for Success and Fame

[49:35] Having to work at it without me having to do anything.
In the same way that the devil would whisper a hit song into my ear, I would become rich and famous because of my talent, which I did not earn.
I sold my soul to the devil in return for a hit song or a whole bunch of hit songs.
And look at that. I didn't really have to work at it. It just came to me.
I don't have to work at virtue. It's called virtue signaling, right? I don't have to work at virtue.
You i just have to satisfy intentionality well i want the problem to be solved oh here's someone who's willing to violate the moral law in order to quote solve the problem and what they do is once they get you to violate the moral law they will simply hide the problem from you right see all these pictures of poor people and then when the welfare state goes in or foreign aid goes in or or whatever hellish transfer of wealth through force goes in, what happens?
You don't see those pictures anymore, right?

[50:36] Because they've solved the problem, and not only do they say they've solved the problem, all they've done is they've hidden the stimuli.
We want you to give up the moral law. We're going to show you unpleasant pictures, until you give up the moral law.
And then we'll just hide those pictures from you, and then it's out of sight, out of mind, right?
Out of sight, out of mind. Oh, look, the problem's been solved.
Of course, they can't keep showing you the problem, because then you might suspect that the problem hasn't been solved, but you've rather just been manipulated through the application of negative stimuli, bad imagery, unpleasant things that upset you.
And remember, all that upsets you is the immoral, and anyone who tells you to defer gratification to actually solve problems is evil, hateful.
So they...
The problems they paraded in front of you to get you to surrender the moral law so that you imagine that the problems have been solved and that way they can get you with the next one.

[51:30] You hold out your arm to be injected with the poison and then all you have to do is give up your soul for the imaginary cure.
So both the devil and the state offer you that which you have not earned, at the expense of your future or as the state has become wealthy enough through the application of the moral law.
The moral law, property rights, free markets, opposition to violence, produces wealth.
That wealth then gives the state more to redistribute in the same way that industrialization produces more human beings, which gives the devil more souls to harvest, more collateral.
And the state offers you the satisfaction of hedonism, the satisfaction of the flesh and the devil offers you the satisfaction of hedonism and the satisfaction of the flesh and the state will give you the unearned and take your freedoms and the devil gives you the unearned and takes your soul.
But of course we now have the intergenerational, statonism, which is it's others who suffer, the next generation or two who suffers.

Surrendering Property for the Sake of the Environment

[52:45] You pictures of starving, hungry polar bears clinging to an ice flow that's disappearing, and that's going to make you feel bad.
And therefore, you must surrender the moral law of the protection of property, and you must give up your property under threat of force to save the polar bears.

[53:06] And then we will remove that negative stimuli once we have achieved our power over you.
And you will then think that by surrendering the moral law of the protection of property of life, by surrendering the moral law, by applauding evil, you've actually done good.
Because look, I don't see those images of the polar bears anymore.
I must have done some real good by breaking the moral law.
But that's because you've eaten the apple.
And you think that That because you've been presented with negative stimuli, that you being unhappy is an evil. That's hedonism.
That's hedonism. You can't get many animals to defer gratification, or any animals to defer gratification for the sake of the moral law, because animals are hedonistic.
The only deferral of gratifications that have been built into them are those programmed by nature, like a duck will sit on its eggs for most of the day. That's programmed in.
It's not love of the offspring. It's biochemical bonding at the cellular level.
So here we have Lucifer, who tempts us with the unearned, and the state that tempts us with the unearned.
Lucifer, who says, If I make you feel bad, will you give up the moral law if I take the badness away?

[54:31] If I offer you something that you have not earned, will you give up the moral law in order to take it?
Can I get you to ingest the apple so that it becomes part of your flesh and the moral law becomes the hedonism of your basest desires?
Can I get you to fall into the bottomless pit of the mere animal while screaming virtue all the way down?

[54:56] Can I get you to give up your soul, your capacity to understand, and promulgate and pursue the moral law, can I get you to give up your soul for the sake of your greed? Can I get you to give up your soul for the sake of your greed?
To elevate yourself above the moral law, which in the material realm is called going insane.
If you believe that your will surmounts physics, that you can leap off a building and fly or breathe underwater or swim through earth or teleport.
If you believe you are above the law of physics, you are called mad, psychotic, delusional, and you are drugged and confined. find.
And yet, if we believe we are above the moral law, we are called virtuous, not insane, but robustly sane.
And all who remind us of the moral law are called evildoers.
And Jesus himself, of course, who said that there is a moral law that surmounts the tribe, that surmounts the gang, that surmounts the group, that there's no in-group preference, we are all humans and we are all subject to the moral law, well, he was punished beyond mind, beyond measure.

The Immortal Evil: Devil and Totalitarian States

[56:13] So, when we think of the devil, we think of an evil that is immortal.
We think of an evil that no mere human being can possibly attain.

[56:21] And when we look at the state, just think totalitarian states.
You think of North Korea, Cuba, Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Mussolini's Italy, the fascists.
The bundles of sticks, then you see an evil that no mere mortal can attain, because it is a collective concept. It is a gang.
It is a ruthless group of costumed sociopaths.
You look at totalitarianism, you can defend yourself against an individual robber, but you cannot defend yourself against an omnipotent totalitarian state. So when, entity, born of virtue, that then wishes to surmount virtue, to o'erleap virtue.
We think of the state, the omnipotent state, that comes to us and says, well, I'll protect your property, I'll protect your life, I'll protect your culture, I'll protect your borders, I'll protect your civilization.
And because we have that greed to find a solution, we are willing to break the moral law to get the solution.
It is an eternal evil, think Satan, it's an eternal evil that is far greater than any individual man.

[57:44] That was created as the closest to the moral law but ends up the opposite of the moral law, like the state is created to protect property but ends up stealing from the unborn.
It is created to protect life, yet it starts wars.
I mean, in America, the government school system was put in place to protect American culture and history and civics.
And what has it turned into?
We all know. We all know.
Well, that's the thought. That's the thought. That's many thoughts. Listen at least twice.
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