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by Alois Stoertebeker
Monday, Nov. 06, 2017 at 12:08 PM
The good news: It stands for itself.
Ramsay: “You have talked to all the relevant nuclear powers outside of the exclusive cartel and news are pouring in ahead of you that you bring a compromise. Please let everyone know.”
Abgar: “Unitednations Security Council is not fully characterised by this description. Morally yes, take a precedent from Christian Catholic history. Between the reformation schism and the world war the European kings had a veto over the Cardinal Assembly selecting the Catholic pope called ius exclusiva. Practically but not formally it was tied to armies of mass destruction and only made obsolete by horses becoming obsolete in the military. Effectively for these thirteen, fourteen generations the popes were selected by horses. Before that they were selected by monks, in the best case, and thereafter by tanks, air planes and missiles. The rest of the world suffered, and is still suffering, immense collateral damage from the hippocracy, that is ancient Greek like democracy, and its colonialism. Today´s iron and silicon horses are no better rulers.”
Ramsay: “But who is then?”
Abgar: “Only because you ask. Supreme Ayatollah Khomeini of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, as Persia adjusted its name to its historical focus, was the first to pick up the problem after veto privileges changed hands and additional nuclear powers came up in the 1970s. The clerical leadership of the Islamic Republic sets the Catholic papacy´s flaw right; because there it is the Shia pope, if you will, who selects the kings, that is electoral candidates, as they are being called these days. And Khomeini does it just after the Catholic papacy falls to cyber war, to passive acoustic terror inside its diplomatically sovereign realm, and bears no last best hope no more.”
Ramsay: “And so does the exclusive cartel?”
Abgar: “Absolutely. It even had Taiwan with a veto replaced by mainland China. I talked to diplomats of all the non-founding member states with nuclear bombs: That is, China, India, Pakistan and Korea, but not South Africa, because it has abolished and not Israel because it was founded by the cartel, giving the term founding member a second meaning. For the purpose of nuclear disarmament Israel can be treated as an appendix of Unitedstates, because re-establishing the victims of Rome and re-enacting the wrongs of Rome are contradictory aims, as the Russians understood after they were implicated in it, so they emulated Rome some more in central Europe, which Unitedstates subsequently did not like, point taken. And to Iran, which is not nuclear armed but target of suspicion thereof and actively defending itself against it. An absurd suspicion by the way, because as I said they are aiming at something higher than a nuclear arsenal, which is spiritual leadership; and just that Unitedstates, and Israel, pursue contradictory aims does not mean they were in a position to suspect anyone else of being like themselves.”
Ramsay: “So what is the compromise?”
Abgar: “Everyone wants Unitedstates to disarm first. Unitedstates wants everyone else to disarm first. How can you think of a compromise? That is absurd. One side is right and the other is wrong. Which is it? Which side has never used nuclear bombs in combat and which has? With radiation there is no compromise. Either there is radiation or there is life. Period. Compromise is a bureaucracy phrase for these who have not fully thought through their views. Compromise is for raw ideas. But for mature ideas there is no compromise. Either they are right or wrong, or they are not ripe yet. My stance on compromise is like the Iranian stance on nuclear bombs: I am not interested in it. But I could draw one up for you just to prove to you why it is a bad idea to ask for it.”
Ramsay: “Show me.”
Abgar: “The compromise between total disarmament and business as usual is let´s amend each nuclear bomb to the Unitedstates constitution individually. This means that the First and Second Amendments will have to remain permanently vacant because they were dropped at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. That, the Americans are indicating to us through their efforts, would be precisely what they need. Then there are going to be some ten thousand amendments, probably more, because numbers are not to be reused. In case an unexploded bomb is being disassembled the number remains vacant as well. Upgrades increase the count because they need fresh numbers. The respective amendment has to specifically justify the specific purpose of the particular bomb, considering its peculiar qualities. You may change the wording to change a bomb´s location or employment.”
Ramsay: “Crass. But just. Give me a crass argument against the nuclear veto.”
Abgar: “You don´t need to look at colonialism to see the ius exclusiva´s collateral damage. The schism war did never end because their veto privilege over the Cardinal Assembly enabled the European kings to hunger out rebellion. Or in other words, the proper way for rebellion to succeed by convincing the religious leadership of its necessity in principle over the legacy heads of state is barred, bringing about all forms of complications. And I will add yet another crass argument for free – against zero hedge. If you think the tactic of the scorched oil fields in the late 20th century was bad, zero hedge is just that without the smokescreen, which is the same, effectively, from the future generations´ perspective. And if in addition to the fossil impact the nuclear bombs will be exploded as well then it is akin to dropping nukes on oil wells. Unusable for our grandchildren even when not spent. You don´t need to look at global market made famines to see the zero hedge´s collateral damage.”
Ramsay: “But the nuclear veto is not zero hedge?”
Abgar: “If the veto is a club then zero hedge is a knife. Zero hedge is what turns conventional investment into a conventional weapon, whose effect is deterred and contained by the technically unlimited financing promised by the tactic. The madness is that these tactics currently are actually being pursued. Hence I add a safeguard just in case anyone might in fact want to implement the compromise instead of taking it as a thought experiment illustrating the absurdity of the demand. Well, the culture has to disarm completely, then undergo a triple-checked cooling period to ensure the underlying impulse is really gone, and only then we begin amending new ones. Until the issue has been settled between all their generations they will either have to live with a constitution with some tens of thousands of spent amendments, or start a fresh one altogether. As I said, compromises are for people who have not thought through their own ideas.”
Abgar: “Whatever you do, you should know why you are doing precisely this and not that or else. It is not required that others know but you should for yourself. Like in traffic when you do not know where you want to go but follow someone else without their intent then you are a risk. Because if everyone did it would be the play-book scenario of a stampede. Traffic does not work by compromise but by transparent balancing of interests. Compromise only is a likelihood peak of crash. You can even learn this from your opponents. For example, consider what Slobodan Milosevic said about the cultural revolution in Europe in the last third of the last century, on the background of getting aware of the loss of species, peak empire and climate warming, what the American occupation that had come under the pretext of keeping down just these wrongs of their fathers these youth movements were revolting against did to the cultural revolution in Europe was, it pulled the plug of the aquarium just when the revolutionaries were moving among the people like fish in the water. Why? Because they had failed to turn it into a population depending upon air conditioning with their hand on the switch. Their hand mattered more to them than our lives, so they put it on the plug rather than into their pocket.”
Ramsay: “And everyone got compromised. As to the handling, so what?”
Abgar: “Cultural revolutions go high density when they want to, not when somebody wants to make them for particular interests. There is no imaginable compromise over that, let a thousand flowers blossom, period, rather than grab for their fame, full stop. I think what this teaches as a whole is that the principle of equality before the law requires to be redefined. We must not put equal law with penal code. What is right and what is wrong is one thing and how mishandling these is to be handled another. Penal instructions can be separated from the law and tied to privilege assignments. For example, death penalty for government officials, only, enables us to abolish prison. Or forfeit of personality rights for doctors, only, enables us to extinguish systematic and systemic abuses. Sharia against botanic splatter freaks, as the Bible says, he who reaches for the sword dies by the sword, is the exit from the environmental crisis. All these are not compromises but fully thought out ideas.”
Ramsay: “Why must Unitedstates disarm first?”
Abgar: “This is self-evident from what it is doing in the world. If I were messing up your affairs like that you would slice my throat with a good conscience. But I can´t simply because I do not have a government apparatus with a vast number of nonsense loyalists at my hands. So when empire is stalking you with anything as close to a death threat you can get without pronouncing it, what is it? Wasted effort. Of course, since it is illogical in concept. But as what appears it? To anyone, it is inexplicable configuration either below or above normalcy threshold. It rattles this threshold, to repeat the point. There may as a result be more noise than normal, but whether that is so depends on stochastic assumptions with a variability of uncertainty, making it extremely difficult for critical perception to build up a plausible argument without leaning on a myriad of details as loosely connected to each other as a sandbank. To the target however, it appears as evidence of theft. Modern primitives, not in the sense of harmony with Nature, but in the sense of mental inferiority to the human ambition, are manically imitating what they have stolen, presumably by a hallucination that we might like them for doing wrong to us.”
Ramsay: “That is absurd. Intimidation is an infectious disease.”
Abgar: “Even among small populations without much technology, but all the more so in mass societies depending upon unjust markets. Unitedstates is spam that is evidence of theft, worse than worthless, a criminal waste of efforts. Maybe they imagine we would admire fraud and fall to it if only it appears to be ready to pay lip service to us. This requires opposition and change as a matter of principle. The good news is that moron immunity once established in prototype may multiply as well in its own ways. What I want everyone to understand is the fundamental flaw of these death threats. They are in a way quite helpless, because they can never escape their central contradiction. What do you make of a contradictory death threat? You disassemble it. For anyone else, it is spam. For a target, it is evidence of data crime, containing theft derivatives. This makes it entirely useless, even as a marker. That means it is even worse than suicide terrorism.”
Abgar: “Suicide terrorism may be a marker. Think of those fake accidents. They are the blowback of botched Unitedstates spying agency attempts. Somewhere a bunch of yankee eggheads received bloody noses – so to speak – and the fake accident on their streets is the mugshot thereof. Or the car bomb against the journalist just when another journalist on the other side of the Earth scratches its head wondering what in that death threat is real and what is not. But the targeted stalking by covert death squads, by the illegitimate appendix of the democratic state, by monopoly parasites, is not even worth anything as a marker. When we collect evidence of theft, it is not as if we were collecting money revenues, the more the better. Absolutely not. It is like collecting firewood – the less will best suffice the purpose to start and keep going a fire that produces the desired heat in the desired place with the fewest possible smoke, burnings and other side effects the better. Collecting firewood means you pick far less than it all. I pick an appropriate mix of species and sizes, at flammable drying condition and only add wet and thorny stuff when the fire is hot enough to raise the heat to make it entirely flammable. With wet evidence only, you may only produce a huge smokescreen but not start a proper meal. All these approaches soaked in their blatant hypocrisy will only be processed after we have increased the heat sufficiently enough to achieve our own saturation from its use.”
Ramsay: “Against the totalitarian psychopath racket it helps to rule the fire?”
Abgar: “Definitely. You must rule the fire to survive. You must get to know how to handle the most elementary form of technology to understand the deep effects of all technology. Even the old books recommend to at least revere it as a ritual. The world is in flames and needs to be rescued by extinction with the least collateral damage. If you learn to rule the fire and use it to survive the overkill you have the chance to achieve more against the climate catastrophe than if you abstain from fire for the price of total dependency upon civilisation. Well, if you can do what is not for everyone and make something of it. Only the successful handling of the fire provides true independence, both from others and from the blowback of the fire ruling you. I say that to make clear that humanity needs some people for that skill, as it always did. And by that I mean positively rule it, not just negatively, although the former requires the latter as a balance to escape failure.”
Ramsay: “Do you have a comment on the climate movement?”
Abgar: “Yes. What I said. Plus, realise that you are in a two front war. This is no serious problem when you understand the difference of Hitler and Stalin. Stalin ruled two fronts and won. What are the two fronts of the climate movement? First, its direct opponents, the lobbyists, industrialists, banksters, the liars and deniers, all those too big to board the lifeboats, so to speak. Second, the patrons and matrons, the manipulators, imposters and designer thugs, all these rocking the boat with the flow to throw you overboard, literally. Besides direct opponents colluding with their assets there are backstabbing rivals spoiling every imaginable way except their own abuse. My uncle who survived the conventional war leading up to Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Mexico told me how he once met an old comrade from the youth movement in a train where he was just giving a coded lecture how to reign in mad palace guards to police special forces. The other man was probably routed through the same line to bring about a shortcut shock effect. They briefly looked into each other´s eyes, understood that the respective other understood the situation, and moved on like Hanke the labour safety guard. Totally cool in an explosive configuration. Climate activists know that this is not just past yet.”
Ramsay: “The diplomatic scams belong into that category?”
Abgar: “Certainly these, because without radical economic revolution there is no liveable future. First, understand what it is. Climate change is evidence that the world market has exceeded the limitations of growth. Then, draw the consequences, find the verdict upon the current capitalism that will survive it. I think once people realise their situation on the two fronts they will focus all their resolve upon this task, and then it will be able to succeed, and put an end to capitalism and war and all the alienation resulting of it from job dependency over police thugs to election promises. We may educate the diplomats all the same but need to keep ourselves out of their bargains. They represent governments, we do not. Specifically, I do not. I am interested that governments are learning from each other as good as possible, but they are not on our level. They have no veto on our level. They must not have that because there is bad experience with that which cannot be allowed to spoil the climate damage control.”
Ramsay: “Do you have something to say to the diplomats that can be neatly packed into an interview like this?”
Abgar: “When I was in North Korea, I saw those signs. They caught my attention due to the Arab numerals changing inside the Korean text. It was some form of count. One, on a factory entrance, said 433 days without work accident. Another said 338 days without rewind of the footage of a train station hall camera. So many days of kindergarten operation without a child getting seriously ill. And so forth. Some still ask why they are calling themselves the happiest people in the world. Now, look at the climate and see the writing on the walls of our fragile civilisation: So many days without climate catastrophe. It says the number remains much closer to zero recently than it used to be. Why? Again, the two fronts. The liars say, it is Nature´s fault. The hypocrites say, it is humanity´s fault. And in fact it is capitalist exploitation. Not Nature. Not humanity. But false choice for a destructive system.”
Abgar: “Teaching us that Marxist revolution of the world is a need of Nature nowadays. Each one according to their capabilities, each one according to their needs. But most of humanity is too weak and corrupted to live up to Nature. Whereas the weak are not a problem to us. We protect them because we are the strong. The corrupt are. And the first thing to be done about them is to draw the line between these elements of it that can be healed and these who cannot. The parasites that avoided no inappropriateness to become parts of our lives can only be removed. They wanted to be the nuclear bomb to us, but they did not think about the death count. As revolutionaries still face harassment by death squads every day, there shall be not an atom of doubt that everyone involved in it is dead already. They do not like to realise it, but they attacked us and they will get it against themselves. Had they ceased being evil against us when Marx was fresh news they all could live. And once they are removed, we can reorganise the economy for survival and consensually end capitalism.”
Ramsay: “Sounds tough.”
Abgar: “The tough truth is that the climate movement currently is a captive between these two fronts. And we are going to liberate it by annulling that configuration. Literally. Diplomats are officials, they must not speak in the name of the people. They are there to speak in the names of their governments. Not to interfere in the issues in between. There is no compromise. All this foul climate diplomacy built upon false pretexts must be revoked before anything useful can grow. Because it came about through corruption, precisely by means of breach of the Law of the Supreme Doctor: Never attempt to heal the effects of fraud with more fraud, it will only lead to death. And that is the case here – some of these who brought about the climate disaster with their corruption are blatantly attempting to change their mind without changing their mind, and try to put their corrupt forces behind our healing effort, as to prolong the problem by spoiling the solution. Their monopoly is more important to them than our well-being. Well, good riddance.”
Ramsay: “Who is the enemy?”
Abgar: “To implement nuclear disarmament, let me tell you the deeper truth in the absurd amendment proposal. There are a number of elements in Unitedstates government who are so guilty about the nuclear bombs they used that they cannot forgive themselves, because they got too far away from any honesty even to themselves, they only can plaster it over by using more nuclear bombs. This is officially being denied, but it is self-evident that a collective death wish is the one driving force of Unitedstates conduct in the world. This totalitarian conspiracy is to be eliminated, to enable Unitedstates population to think freely and relieve the rest of the world from handling it. I predict in a few years there will be as few NSA agents alive on this planet than remained of any other genocidal racket that lost its bloody war of extinction. But how might they convince us that transferring them to their own asteroids would be worth the climate impact on our Earth?”
Sat Nov 4th, 2017
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