Immigrants Alien Nation Alienation Leading to the Break-Up of Western Culture & Civilization — 11/30/2014

For Your Entertainment (FYE)

Try to immigrate to any Non-Western country and try not to obey the local language and customs and your head will still be spinning from the speed at which you have been “ejected/rejected”, and this is the best case scenario, in the worst, you will be put to death……;+)

Now, come to most Western Culture & Civilization countries like  Australia, Canada, the EU, New Zealand, the USA and your head will be spinning too, but, this time, from the break-up, rejection and integration refusal of most non-western cultures & civilizations immigrants………;+)

You will be amazed at how many “Alien Nation” Non-Western Cultures & Civilizations populations have become expert at “picking and choosing” Western Culture & Civilization items that fit their “social alienation” and “integration refusal” from Western Culture & Civilization……..;+)

A very fitting analogy is the Somalia sea waters pirates mode of operation. The immigrants, like the Somalia pirates, use a succession of “mother ships”, the different sort of international asylum refugees camps sponsored by Western Culture & Civilization humanitarian efforts, to bring their individual “skiffs” into the “mother lode” of one of the Western Culture & Civilization countries, exploiting them to support the culture & civilization of their countries of origin, despite the fact that these are the very cultures & civilizations that are killing them……..;+)

Instead of “learning” and “integrating” their new host Western Culture & Civilization, they conspire to overthrow their host Western Culture & Civilization to install their own country of origin culture & civilization, capitalizing on marxist dialectic reasoning, to turn Western Culture & Civilization weaknesses into weapons against it and in their favor, even though they had to flee to survive their own country of origin culture & civilization……..;+)

“According to Karl Marx, alienation is the systemic result of living in a socially stratified society, because being a mechanistic part of a social class alienates a person from his and her humanity. The theoretic basis of alienation within the capitalist mode of production is that the worker invariably loses the ability to determine his or her life and destiny, when deprived of the right to think (conceive) of himself as the director of his actions; to determine the character of said actions; to define their relationship with other people; and to own the things and use the value of the goods and services, produced with their labour. Although the worker is an autonomous, self-realised human being, as an economic entity, he or she is directed to goals and diverted to activities that are dictated by the bourgeoisie, who own the means of production, in order to extract from the worker the maximum amount of surplus value, in the course of business competition among industrialists.”

“For Marx, human history cannot be fitted into any neat a priori schema. He explicitly rejects the idea of Hegel’s followers that history can be understood as “a person apart, a metaphysical subject of which real human individuals are but the bearers”.To interpret history as though previous social formations have somehow been aiming themselves toward the present state of affairs is “to misunderstand the historical movement by which the successive generations transformed the results acquired by the generations that preceded them”. Marx’s rejection of this sort of teleology was one reason for his enthusiastic (though not entirely uncritical) reception of Darwin’s theory of natural selection.

“For Marx, dialectics is not a formula for generating predetermined outcomes, but is a method for the empirical study of social processes in terms of interrelations, development, and transformation. In his introduction to the Penguin edition of Marx’s CapitalErnest Mandel writes, “When the dialectical method is applied to the study of economic problems, economic phenomena are not viewed separately from each other, by bits and pieces, but in their inner connection as an integrated totality, structured around, and by, a basic predominant mode of production.”

“Marx’s own writings are almost exclusively concerned with understanding human history in terms of systemic processes, based on modes of production (broadly speaking, the ways in which societies are organized to employ their technological powers to interact with their material surroundings). This is called historical materialism. More narrowly, within the framework of this general theory of history, most of Marx’s writing is devoted to an analysis of the specific structure and development of the capitalist economy.”

“For his part, Engels applies a “dialectical” approach to the natural world in general, arguing that contemporary science is increasingly recognizing the necessity of viewing natural processes in terms of interconnectedness, development, and transformation. Some scholars have doubted that Engels’ “dialectics of nature” is a legitimate extension of Marx’s approach to social processes. Other scholars have argued that despite Marx’s insistence that humans are natural beings in an evolving, mutual relationship with the rest of nature, Marx’s own writings pay inadequate attention to the ways in which human agency is constrained by such factors as biology, geography, and ecology.”

“Apart from their delusions, people with delusional disorder may continue to socialize and function in a normal manner and their behaviour does not generally seem odd or bizarre. However, the preoccupation with delusional ideas can be disruptive to their overall lives.”

 A person with delusional disorder may be high functioning in daily life, and this disorder bears no relation to one’s IQ. . According to German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, patients with delusional disorder remain coherent, sensible and reasonable. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders(DSM) defines six subtypes of the disorder characterized as erotomanic (believes that someone is in love with him or her), grandiose (believes that s/he is the greatest, strongest, fastest, richest, and/or most intelligent person ever), jealous (believes that the love partner is cheating on him/her), persecutory(delusions that the person or someone to whom the person is close is being malevolently treated in some way), somatic (believes that he/she has a disease or medical condition), and mixed, i.e., having features of more than one subtype. Delusions also occur as symptoms of many other mental disorders, especially the other psychotic disorders.””

“The DSM-IV, and psychologists, generally agree that personal beliefs should be evaluated with great respect to cultural and religious differences, since some cultures have widely accepted beliefs that may be considered delusional in other cultures.”

“Grandiose delusions (GD) or delusions of grandeur are principally a subtype of delusional disorder that occurs in patients suffering from a wide range of mental illnesses, including two-thirds of patients in manic state of bipolar disorder, half of those with schizophrenia and a substantial portion of those with substance abuse disorders. GDs are characterized by fantastical beliefs that one is famous, omnipotent, wealthy, or otherwise very powerful. The delusions are generally fantastic and typically have a supernaturalscience-fictional, or religious theme. There is a relative lack of research into GD, in comparison to persecutory delusions and auditory hallucinations. About 10% of healthy people experience grandiose thoughts but do not meet full criteria for a diagnosis of GD.”

Talk about “mixed””grandiose””delusional””disintegration”.of Western Culture & Civilization…..;+)


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