#10 Justin Deschamps | The Psychological Mechanics of Social Entropy

#10 Justin Deschamps | The Psychological Mechanics of Social Entropy

hello and welcome to dauntless dialogue
I’m Adam Riva and you can now check us out on iTunes so head over there and
subscribe with me today I have Justin Deschamps producer of stillness in the
storm which is a YouTube channel and also a news and philosophy website this
is sort of what got me into starting dauntless dialogue is I had a very
similar start I started dauntless dialogue calm which was an
attempt at bringing a little bit of philosophy and psychology into what I
saw as an utterly vapid form of reporting on the news which you know a
lot of the news that’s out there wasn’t going deep enough now today we’re gonna
be getting into some of the causality behind a lot of what we see on the world
stage causing social entropy and the degradation of society so Justin welcome
to the show why don’t you start by telling us what the heck is going on
what’s wrong with the world what’s causing all these problems well thanks
so much for having me Evan Adam well that’s a big question I’ll say I’d say
that it can be boiled down to a couple simple principles as far as I’ve been
able to determine and what those principles are is we have a breakdown of
honorable communication and a lack of proper understanding and the people in
general as to how to share their ideas and in a non-competitive way so because
of that because we lack this understanding what tends to happen is
people use their social exchanges with others in a kind of combative almost
even tyrannical type of way we tend to to make a lot of assumptions about what
people think we use Strama and arguments because we think we figured out what
they have to say but we don’t ask follow-up questions and then that
creates a lot of social controversy and problems and then they’ll seem to
compound because of emotional reactivity to the point where communication breaks
down and so that’s that’s kind of the general
answer to that very large question it is a large question and I want to
definitely zoom in a little bit now what I recognize going on right now is a lot
of baiting from the mainstream media and the mainstream media is largely just a
branch of some of these power elite that like to interject their ideologies their
philosophies into the public milieu they’ll market them to us they have
large budgets and they know us better than we know ourselves in a lot of ways
they know our psychology they know our you know psychological levers whether
it’s you know man or woman whether it’s black or white they like to use these
things to pass forward legislation for a power consolidation they like to divide
the nuclear family they like to you know play on tribalism they like to that
they’ve gotten so many different things that they’re pushing forward
simultaneously right now we have post-modernism making a gigantic
resurgence and and for those who are kind of unfamiliar with post-modernism
it’s really a philosophy where people feel that they are out for their lives
there there’s competition between groups of people Society can be divided up into
basically an infinite amount of groups and these groups are competing for
resources and power and with that kind of worldview you can see how it’s a
life-or-death scenario so when we see things like an Tifa escalating to
violence and you know pulling out guns at peaceful rallies you can sort of
start to understand why there is so much division and chaos right now
now of course out of order comes chaos so just in your opinion what is an
antidote to chaos to borrow from some jordan peterson jargon sure well another
thing to add to the the post and philosophy is that they discount
objective truth and if you discount objective truth what that basically
means is that the only thing that’s real is what we subjectively decide is true
and since there is no objective basis since there’s no way to actually have
mutually agreed-upon objective truth it’s just a power play
between groups so I think what’s at play here with a lot of these political
movements and the division is that if you’ve if you nest an individual in the
social political fabric of there being no truth there’s there’s no right or
wrong and there’s no point in trying to learn how to communicate effectively and
have honest conversations with people and share your ideas with the mutual
desire to arrive at a mutually agreed-upon truth then it’s just about
who wields the biggest stick and you know this is that is I would say a
central part of the the problem that we face as a people in our time on this
planet because one of the things you know to get into a more of the a grander
kind of philosophical aspect of what is existence all existence I would say is
founded on a few different things one that you’re an individual that you have
consciousness and two that you’re with other individuals that also have
consciousness and because of that there’s this implicit aspect of reality
that says we have to figure out ways to work together there’s only one planet
you know there’s only so many resources there’s only so many space in the world
so how do multiple people with their own visions of reality and in the world come
together to solve their problems and that’s the arena of socialism or not
socialism the social arena so to speak in a grand kind of tense 10th sense like
how we’re discussing things now so what I would argue the powers that be have
done need explicitly as their intention is to basically create divide and
conquer programs that are and there’s a host of them out there so that people in
general not only do they lack the skills to communicate effectively with each
other but then it’s culturally supported to fit into a kind of tribalistic
viewpoint well if I and what tribalism basically is in this context is well you
you believe this X let’s say you believe that the world is divided by Christian
worldviews and then there’s everybody else
well if that’s what your your belief is then you’re gonna align yourself with
other people in your tribe who also believe the same thing and then you’re
going to defend your sense of reality so if you if you have a what I would call
an intellectually dishonest perspective on those views because you lack the
ability to think clearly about what their the underlying premises and
presumptions behind those views then it makes it really difficult to hold
conversations with people because it’s just a battle of wills instead of people
trying to arrive at the truth and this is why i underscore philosophy so much
in my work because there is I mean we’ve been around on this planet for a while
and over the ages we’ve distilled some wisdom about what the world is and how
do we form our beliefs and what what underlies these believes in these
conclusions so recognizing some of the mechanics of how some of this works is I
would say it’s instrumental to the individual overcoming the
divide-and-conquer program because it allows you to entertain more than one
idea at once I agree Justin and one of the things that’s pushed forward the
West has been philosophy greco-roman philosophy has really pushed forward
social progress in such a tremendous unparalleled way maybe only paralleled
by the scientific method and in philosophy we have rigorous debate you
pick one idea against another you put them in the Octagon and may the better
idea win now right now they’re trying to shut down debate they’re trying to
remove any dissidents from the conversation anything that could be
offensive anything that could be any opinion that doesn’t fit the the general
narrative but in order to have a debate in the first
you have to have common ground so this goes back to what you were saying about
having an objective reality as a starting place well if we can’t agree on
a single thing if there is nothing objective then we don’t have a starting
place and you can throw the debate out the window one of the things that I find
most fascinating about about this I this philosophical push in the West is that
it’s really hard to sell someone on some of the some of the the the virtuous
beliefs that lead to you know a sustainable behavioral pattern that can
be you know tried out over a long period of time within a society without leading
to social entropy so in order to sell virtuous beliefs to people it’s kind of
difficult you’re kind of the person who’s going out and saying hey you
should practice self-control temperance you should have maybe you shouldn’t you
know it’s like the nutritionist saying maybe you shouldn’t have those doughnuts
today even though they taste really good they’re really sweet and it’s more fun
to eat than broccoli but down the road it’s gonna spare you it’s gonna save you
a disease down the road and so I think the job of philosophers is really to be
the nutritionist for society so what is your take on that I’m sorry you cut out
for a moment there can you just repeat the question one more time yeah
absolutely sorry so as philosophers I think the job is to
basically be the nutritionist for society to try and sell unpalatable
truths to the masses that require augmentation of behavior that requires
some sort of virtuous undertaking which is less fun you know then being then
acting on instant gratification right yeah I agree with that a way of looking
at philosophy and you know just just to set the context for this part of our
discussion here I think a lot of people usually consider
philosophy kind of this dry activity that professors and deep thinkers engage
and and nobody else is really a philosopher but philosophy is is the the
essential faculty that each of us has to interpret experience so it’s where do
meanings come from and what are meanings well meanings are conclusions their
beliefs their worldviews their things like this and it’s just built into the
fabric of our personal experience that anytime you come in contact with a
stimulus you’re going to have a response to it and that that engine that fuels
that is philosophy so what that means is that everybody is in a philosopher at
some level but just like any other skill if you if you learn how to use it and
you can improve yourself in it so a good analogy I like to use for this is
meditation I mean meditation uses a lot of conscious breathing techniques well
for you don’t have to learn how to concrete consciously but if you do it
greatly improves your life so same thing with philosophy you don’t have to learn
how to assess meanings but if you do then it greatly enhances your life so
one of the things that that comes through in the way of philosophy is kind
of established philosophic principles is the idea of an argument and also the
idea of virtue like you were just describing and in virtue I could define
it loosely now is basically saying is something that you value that you know
if you would move towards or here – it’s going to be beneficial for you and
beneficial for other people so in terms of philosophy what we’re trying to do is
we’re trying to form an argument or present a case or build a case for why
something might be true so that’s a truth argument and then from there we
try to figure out once we’ve established that something is true okay well how are
we as individuals going to navigate this truth which is a value argument so what
in what role philosophers play I think you’re really a pro and what you said I
think they are the nutritionists of thought because what a philosopher
strives to do a conscious philosopher is really understand the mechanics of how
meaning generation works and how that affects us in our lives and I just
mentioned you know our lives are predicated on our beliefs we live in as
individuals we live in a world of the unknown and what is known and what is
unknown tends to have a chaotic influence on what is known to us so what
that means is that people develop their beliefs as a way to deal with the chaos
of reality and what a philosopher strives to do ideally anyway is to try
to provide the educational tools that an individual needs to take command of
their belief structure so that they can better organize the reality I mean and I
would say a good example of this is if you believe that everything you eat is
perfectly fine and that there’s no difference between foods and so far as
health then how is that going to govern your behavior well you’re probably gonna
eat whatever you want and then you might eat foods that aren’t that great for you
cause major health problems so you know similarly what we but what I strive to
do in my work and I think a lot of other philosophers who are of this type of
mind so try to do is educate the individual on how they can learn how to
better sense out their belief systems and really kind of purify their
knowledge base so to speak so that the the maps of meaning that they use to
govern their worlds or accurate and clear yeah absolutely
I think philosophy is sort of the custodian of spirituality so it’s not
enough to necessarily sit down and meditate 24 hours a day you know or at
least the time that you’re not asleep but we have to practice self-knowledge
self-knowledge is how we engage with others it’s how we interpret our
environment and circumstance and if we have a lens that is you know cracked or
broken or foggy or greasy then we’re not going to have an accurate interpretation
of our environment of circumstance and so our reaction to it our behavior in
the world might not be a holistic approach might not be an intelligent
approach and I think that all of us are ignorant
to one degree or another now this is a Faculty of the human brain is that you
know it has limitations we have limited time we have limited memory that’s why
you know science is a collective approach to discovering truth it takes
multiple people to sit on the shoulders of giants to see further than those who
came prior and in doing so we step a little bit closer towards this objective
truth and so you know but that that shouldn’t limit us or paralyze us in our
quest for truth just because there’s certain things we don’t know doesn’t
mean that we can’t know anything right and this goes back to discovering what
is the objective reality and I believe that there are subjective truths but I
think that when we are talking about society more talking about Earth when
you zoom out into a macroscopic worldview I think there is a lot of
objectivity sure you can define things in your own in your own life and this is
sort of I don’t know I’ll draw a crude analogy I think it’s sort of the same as
how there’s quantum physics and how there’s Newtonian physics and you know
to a degree we are all masters of our own domain we are all creative creators
sorry for the redundancy but outside of that we are all co-creating and that Co
creative overlap that’s the subjective reality and we can put our fingers on
things and be like nope that exists or hey that doesn’t exist and and that’s
you know we call those axioms those are the starting places that I was talking
about so if we can accurately identify those we can begin there but as I said
just because you’re not going to ever know it all doesn’t mean that you can’t
start out on the path of self-knowledge yes precisely and I think you know what
as far as like the social entropy aspect what is constantly reinforced in society
is the idea that your emotional reactions to things are kind of built-in
implicitly and that they can’t be questioned and once you’re in a state of
emotional reactivity then there’s always somebody outside of you or something
outside of you that is to blame and what that does is well first of all it’s not
accurate from a ideological or causality perspective that’s that’s not actually
the way emotions are generated and secondly what it does is it puts a
higher value on emotional equanimity over coherence and an argument in logic
and reason so I think a good example of this is you know and from a
developmental psychology perspective we come into the world we and we know
almost nothing we spend basically the first while while in the womb and then
up to the first year slowly gaining a comprehension of what’s called the ego
boundary that there is actually something out there and there is
something in here and then then there’s a narcissistic phase of development that
emerges which is that our will starts to come online we can actually start to use
our body to do things in the world and we start to understand the relationship
between things and and in the beginning of this this phase of the narcissistic
development we basically have like a tyrannical outlook on the world and I
say that meaning this our caregiver is supposed to give us food supposed to
give us emotional material support and when we don’t get that support we cry we
throw a temper tantrum as a way to try to compel our caregiver to give us what
we want so why is that important well what that means is that if we’re if we
don’t properly understand the relationship of things in reality which
as far as the developmental perspective the the intellectual mind doesn’t really
even start to come online until around six or seven years old and then it takes
all the way up to 20 to 30 depending on if you’re a man or
for that biological process to fully mature and then it actually takes work
you have to actually use your willpower to sit and contemplate why you feel this
way and what the causes are so from a social entry perspective this is really
important because social entropy or the destruction of social relationships the
creation of controversy and conflict happens for many of different reasons
conflict in and of itself isn’t necessarily a horrible problem it’s when
there’s no ways or tools to resolve the conflict where we get these
long-standing issues so if I for example let’s say you’re my roommate and I ask
you hey listen I’d like to keep the kitchen clean so if you’re done when
you’re done doing the things in the kitchen I’d really appreciate it if you
took the time to clean up your what you’ve done that way when I want to use
the kitchen I don’t have to clean up your mess then at a at a logical
explicit level I’ve precisely articulated what my basis it is for this
resolution I just come forth this attempt to create social harmony and
I’ve I’ve given you an opportunity to discuss this with me now if you react to
that and you say oh well you know mate you infer that I’m also I think of you
as a messy person and then you emotionally respond to that but then you
don’t ask me what my intention is behind asking you to be more clean in the
kitchen what’s happened is now you’re emotionally triggered and charged that
triggering comes based off of an assumption about what you think I
believe about you and in those instances when we’ve been emotionally triggered
usually what happens as we get into self-defense mode we get into fight or
flight mode we’re not asking okay well I heard this is really what you meant
we’re just reacting as if that is what happened so it says there’s a strawman
effect happening here and it creates a lot of controversy we had the tools that
we needed social beings to come to a resolution and broken down so one of the
things I try to focus on in my work and I’m certainly going to be doing more of
this in the future is kind of explaining the causality of emotions like where do
emotions even come from and teach the tools that individual
need to take responsibility for their subjective experience and our worlds
through cultural influence especially these days there is this meme out there
that you’re not you don’t have to be responsible for your emotions that if
somebody causes you offense it’s all them and none of you and then you have
no responsibility in a situation at all it’s not actually the case and you know
we can certainly get into that but to kind of just round out my comments on
this I think learning how to properly understand what is created subjectively
as far as emotional reaction and then knowing when to set aside those
emotional reactions exercise some temperance and tolerance and compassion
and giving people the benefit of the doubt it’s really helpful because if you
want to establish good rapport if you want to have trusting relationships if
you want to actually live a happy productive life it’s really important to
do that else you try to push your responsibility onto other people and
then that makes you feel really uncertain and high anxiety and it
actually prevents you from establishing the social trust we need and as you’re
talking one thing came to mind which is you were talking about the early
childhood development and how those are critical years in the formation of
personality by age seven the personality is largely permanent you can you know
maybe work with what you have after that you can go to therapy you can practice
self-knowledge and philosophy but in those first formative years are arguably
the most critical and I think that there are intergenerational hand-me-down
patterns that can arise which steer society in one direction or another and
as you were talking one of these came to mind you said that we start out young
identifying boundaries we’re in a largely helpless position because we
rely on these two caregivers mom and dad these gods who take care of us
who clean us who feed us who literally keep us alive who educate us who rear us
in and that is it I would say that that creates a that dependency if you don’t
grow out of that if you’re never successfully transitioned out of that in
a functional way by functional parents to become independent well I mean you’re
sort of in like this socialist mindset you want people to take care of you you
want society to cater to your needs and because when you get older you I think
if if you’re raised properly you understand reciprocity better and that
it’s not the me show right it’s not just about me me me it’s about what can I
exchange for value and this goes into a little bit of the arc a selection theory
which I encourage our listeners to look up I think it’s one of the most
fascinating sectors of philosophy one most fascinating topics I’ve ever come
in touch with but our case selection theory states that there are two
reproductive strategies in nature and that there are these loosely divided up
between predators and prey animals and with you know political leftists they’re
largely the the are and so you can think of this as like in terms of you know
single-parent households not a lot of resources put into the into the children
not a high emphasis on independence very little or no in-group preferences and if
this is the case you know one of the things that we see with our selected
species in nature is a high level of promiscuity
whereas with k-selected species we see pair-bonding for life often and it’s
critical that they pair bond because they have to maximize the amount of
resource acquisition to help take care of the
offspring because the offspring has a slower development because of a larger
brain size in K selected species right a lot of these predator species the apex
predators they have the largest brains and they’re not like deer or rabbits
where they can just hit the ground running right after they’re born they
have to learn how to hunt they have to learn how to basically be independent
and they also have to work in a pack work in a group setting so that
development of social skills takes a long time you don’t just come out of the
womb with social skills and so the high degree of promiscuity that we see in our
selected species or that we see on the political left we see single-parent
households we see the single mom state and the single mom state would arguably
give rise to a bigger government because if you’re raised without a father figure
that would do the protection that would do the providing that would basically
take care of you well you’re gonna rely on the state that you’re gonna rely on
the welfare state you’re gonna rely on military you’re gonna rely on all these
different aspects of the state and so this is um maybe unpalatable maybe it’s
a distasteful truth but I think this is part of what we need to begin to explore
as a spiritual society as a society that is looking to maximize our efficiency
right because we can go around blaming the wrong things without understanding
ourselves without that self-knowledge and without that self-knowledge we’re
going to identify the wrong problems we’re not going to understand our
psychological levers and they’re gonna guide us by the nose into a lot of these
factors that cause the social entropy certainly you have it there’s
unquestionably an attack on the nuclear family and kind of the family
institution in general and I mean that this is a big part of why
social entropy breaks down Owen argue is because when you you have a breakdown of
the family institution that family institution is the Monad or the
microcosm of the society in general the instant the the social institution of
the greater people so if you’re if you’re raised in a single-parent
environment and you know I’ll just preface this by saying and it’d be
raising a child as a single parents is no easy thing and I commend all those
who are you know are doing their best to do so but the the data is clear in that
when you’re if you’re a single parent the likelihood that you’re going to be
able to provide the same quality of life and nurturing as a two-parent household
is significantly reduced and there are ways to deal with that there’s there’s
solutions to try and talk you know buttress that what you’re lacking as far
as two parents are concerned but really the greater point here is that in
society we were we’re having this culture that is being pushed or this uh
this value that’s trying to be surreptitiously infused into the the
culture which is that well a single parent is just as good as two parents or
that a mother and father a female and a male raising a child has no appreciable
difference between a woman and a woman or a man and a man or single parents and
the reality is is that the Lib the the studies that we have available to us as
far as I understand them don’t bear that out that’s actually not the case at all
and what tends to happen is you have decreased nor quitting your critical
function so that the neuron you know the frontal part of the brain the frontal
lobe that’s the decision making fast pakil t that’s where holistic knowledge
and holistic brain function really comes online empathy is their rational thought
being able to have logical conclusions these kind of things it’s all governed
by the neocortex so is a compensation for a lack of neocortical function you
have an increase in the the size and the operation of the
the r-complex which is the reptilian brain fight-or-flight brain and then you
have the limbic system or the limbic brain which is all about regulating or
generating emotions so that there’s an appreciable physiological difference in
society out there there’s people that have greater states of wholistic brain
function and the capacity to think logically reasonably versus some who
don’t and because of that we’ve got this huge
differential out there in society and there’s a positive feedback loop
occurring where the people who are more more emotionally unstable also can’t
really sustain good relationships with people so they’re affected by social
entropy which means when they have children they’re going to raise their
children with the values and conclusions and belief systems that they have come
to the table which then kind of creates this this feedback a positive feedback
loop work a reinforcing feedback loop so as far as you know politically what that
tends to do I would argue is really make the venue for us as individuals in a
society in a social group it makes it much Mary difficult to talk about really
big complex issues I mean there are some issues out there but when we’re talking
about right now you know it’s an extremely complex issue it’s not
something that we can hash out and completely discuss it’s not an hour or
maybe even ten hours there’s a lot of nuance and information and things we
don’t know and things we we think we know but we have to talk about so if
you’re if you have a really hard time grasping complex ideas or even hearing
out different ideas in a way that allows you to come to a rich and deep
comprehensive understanding then you’re gonna rely on quick stereotypical
categorizations quick conclusion straw man arguments I’ve give me I didn’t
defines from him but what a straw man basically is is when somebody talks
about something you have a misinterpretation of it and now you’re
responding to your misinterpretation instead of what the person actually was
saying or thinking and this happens constantly in social situations
especially in politics in this I mean it’s an I would argue it’s intentionally
fueled in that way so so what I think is the two of us as
individuals to do is you know if you really care about trying to make the
world a better place and solving this social entropy problem then you got to
look at well who you are the self-knowledge aspect is important I
mean where are you at who are you actually yeah this is what I call shadow
work I mean there’s who you think you are the ego and then there’s who you
really are quote-unquote which is all this all of who you think you are plus
all the stuff that’s hiding behind the surface that you may have forgot about
that rears its head when you’re not careful when you get into a triggered
state so understanding that is really important because it allows you to know
like you were saying what your psychological levers are what your
button buttons are and then philosophy what that does is it gives you the tools
to dive deep into that assess what’s happening and then actually reprogram
which are psychological levers are so that you can be more tolerant you
actually can think about multiple ideas and evaluate a very complex issue
without necessarily getting emotionally reactive yeah thank you I agree
absolutely and so one of the things that I see happening right now is as you
mentioned the degradation of the family the family values you know I would say
that the the Marxism has always sought to divide different parts of society the
Marxists have pitted you know first it was class then it was gender now it’s
race and now it’s becoming the nuclear family and by you know by creating this
you know peddling this narrative of the disposable dad and and the evil white
man and toxic masculinity and all of these memes what they’re doing i mean
they’re they’re now actually flat out saying let the state raise your child
you know as if they don’t have the child for enough time in grade school and high
school and even in university if that’s not enough time for them to inculcate
them with their indoctrination and their pro status to propaganda and their anti
west propaganda and all the different elements of
all of the different destructive ideas that cause chaos in society they want to
actually raise the child and you know this I would say as a perversion of this
old adage that it takes a community to raise a child sure okay
but a community is very different than the state because the state no longer
just teaches facts right information now it’s teaching values so now your
kindergartner goes off to school and comes home and says you know hey guess
what I learned at school the teacher was saying that there’s you know I don’t
know they’re doing sex education younger and younger that they’re pushing a lot
of the LGBTQA AIP silent s propaganda and all this different stuff and it goes
back to kind of what we were saying is like this the smallest viable unit
smallest viable family unit is the mother father child triad and there’s
reasons why you know we’re not bigots and I want to make sure Justin that we
you know answer our critics and say look we’re not coming from a place of
morality with this this isn’t a moral judgment this goes back to the word that
I said earlier efficiency let’s let’s run society efficiently and you know I
would say that as offensive as it might be to some of our listeners that there
is normal and then there’s abnormal physiologically right now through
dietary and environmental toxins there’s a feminization like literally a physical
feminization of men right now which you can you can chalk it up to accident you
can chalk it up to happenstance or you can say that hey that just so happens to
to pacify the men so that this tyrannical rollout of this Orwellian
technocratic grid is perfect right the New World Order has the fertile soil to
grow in because there’s no one to fight it and this goes back to something which
I want to get your take on this through dsm-5 and a lot of these
psychiatric you know the American Psychiatric Association they’re actually
categorizing emotions as bad you know whereas I would say that if you really
want to put a label on it there’s social emotions and there’s antisocial and
that’s about as far as I’ll go because anger serves a role sadness serves a
role maybe they’re a little bit antisocial you know maybe the person’s
not that much fun to be around but at the end of the day those emotions have a
place just the same as we have to eyes for a reason arms for a reason you know
legs we have the anatomy of our psychology for a very specific purpose
yes exactly well I think part of the reason that the
Metis medical aspect of psychology and psychiatry is kind of flown off the
rails so to speak is because of the underlying philosophic causes that we
were discussing earlier there’s some kind of dogma in these institutions that
asserts various things I mean it and this is probably founded on how we
understand what consciousness is and the bottom line is we don’t really
understand what consciousness is from a mainstream perspective so because of
that we miss label aspects of human expression like sadness depression
things like this as these chemical imbalances that have nothing to do with
the individual in their choices and they can easily be medicated away and things
like this but it’s not really the case you know there’s there’s a whole lot of
literature to suggest that being on long term medications such as serotonin
reuptake inhibitors and antidepressants and things like this they have a
depreciable effect on your ability to deal with the world so they actually
worsen the problem so what basically we have is a medical in society or
Institute that in some ways does do beneficial
work and they’re trying to make any blanket statements or say that the whole
thing’s bad but on the other hand it’s not a holistic truly beneficial solution
and it actually I would argue at pathologize –is valid emotional
experiences instead of actually giving the person the tools to deal with them
and I say this generally again I’m not claiming that I’ve evaluated every
psychiatric institution or psyche psychiatrist on the planet but I’m
talking more than that the kind of the aggregate so you know and I think you
know to get into the kind of conspiratorial aspect that there’s some
reasons why this happens I mean from a general control perspective if you want
to control somebody or a group of people you have to destroy their ability to
control themselves you basically have to wage a war on autonomy and once that’s
done then you insert an ordering principle orbit set of belief systems
that is going to serve your agenda in some way and you know the Marxist kind
of ideology is I would argue of a good example of that I mean it kind of a
narrative is basically that there’s the bourgeoisie or the people who have who
have accumulated wealth through new means of tyranny and control and then
you have the proletariat where the working class who basically been abused
and the solution for this this disparity disparity sorry is to wage war on the
bourgeoisie via the proletariat and redistribute wealth to all of the the
victims of society and you know that in a certain sense I mean there is some
truth to that in that there really are extremely rich families and people who
have accumulated a lot of wealth so much wealth that that’s not even possible for
them to spend it or use it all and and that does definitely depreciate the
individual I mean let’s face it if you’re if you’re living in a community
of a hundred people and one guy claims to own all of the resources and he eats
for free and you have to work eight hours a day to get your your rat food
ration for the day then that’s definitely a tyrannical
hierarchical structure but what the Marxist tend to fail to differentiate is
the difference between you know valid competence and merit and and these kind
of mafia like business institutions that you know maintain a stranglehold on
their power so so I think you know from a from a perspective of what can we do
to try to fix this problem well we got a we got to learn about the complexities
of why these things happen and the Marxist a narrative is very small kind
of nebulous myopic viewpoint on a very complex problem and I would argue that
you know from a where does Marx’s have come from when Marx had connections to
some some occult institutions and Adam Weishaupt to who created the order of
the Illuminati he was sending letters to one of his friends who was a Jacobean
frankest who said we have to figure out a way to basically undermine the
Christian religious society and introduce a secular type of a society an
atheistic society a nihilistic society by destroying the human family and
destroying the value system that we have in our world and you know where does
that come from well it traces seems to trace back to a habit an cults that
started in the 16th 1666 through savate cts-v and he was a convert into Judaism
who basically proclaimed himself as a Jewish Messiah and then he instituted
all these changes and reforms to Orthodox Judaism that was basically
pushing it into a kind of a hedonistic type of philosophy and so I mean it
there’s there’s undeniably some very deep dark occult connections to the more
modern public variants of this philosophy but if and this is another
reason why I always try to emphasize philosophy if you really get a clear
understanding of what the philosophy is then you can
take that clear understanding compare it back across time and you can see that
there’s a definitive correlation in ideology and that correlation traces
back at its as far as I’ve been able to trace it back into some of the these you
know really nasty families dynastic families and cults that have been using
any means possible to maintain a stranglehold of power on our world so
you know we’ve got the individual problems with people not being able to
think clearly and have being highly emotional reactive we got the social
cultural problems dealt with dealing with you know income disparities and
value systems and things like this and then kind of enshrining all of that is
the surreptitious influence of dark occult powers to maintain control and
you know there’s a lot to chew on but these issues aren’t Hackel aren’t in
tackle we actually do have the ability to to get a clear understanding what the
problem is and then develop solutions together that address these problems
absolutely I agree and you know when you’re talking about cultural Marxism
and socialism a lot of these philosophies that catch the youth that
catch the people who are coming from but I mean sure they’re coming from a place
of empathy but it’s misinformed and it’s not fully thought out and there’s this
expression that if you’re not a socialist in your 20s you’re heartless
and if you’re not a capitalist in your 40s then you’re brainless one of the
things I’ll get your thoughts on this I’ve been in two conspiracies for I
don’t know 15 years and you continue to peel back the layers of the onion more
and more and more and I’m never I’m never not shocked at how let me rephrase
that I’m oh I’m continually shocked by how much there is programming that I
need to kind of untangle right and so it sort of goes into this idea that they
know you so well that one you wake up once you have one modicum of
enlightenment well they’ve got a prescribed solution for you that that
will sound good at that level of understanding and you’ll gravitate
towards that solution even though it’s not a holistic solution so you know if
going back to Marxism there’s something called the Pareto principle and the
period opens principle is fascinating and it basically states that the square
root of any group will produce 50 percent of all of the value of that
group you know this is this applies to you know Hollywood actors authors
musicians this applies to companies you know the if you have an organization of
a hundred people those top ten people the CEO CFO CTOs those are the people
who are going to produce about half of the value of the company and that’s you know
sorry Marxist sorry socialist but there’s a reason why people lower down
on that hierarchy are going to be compensated at a lower wage and as a
business owner myself I take offense to the fact that I’m this exploitative
higher upper class you know bourgeoisie kind of person that is just using the
fodder of the working class to to lie in my pockets it’s silly because as a
business owner I’ve as the founder of the company I’ve put in my own equity
I’ve put in you know sweat labor I’ve put in I’ve taken I’ve assumed the vast
majority of the the risks the liability is the responsibility the sleepless
nights I put in more time than anybody in the company and to say that I haven’t
contributed or to say that the the person who you know is working the
factory line is entitled to as much of the lion’s share as I am is silly now
why do I bring this up if you go back and you watch the introduction to this
podcast the bumper at the very front one of the
things that it says is human biodiversity human biodiversity we all
have different IQs men and women are different ethnicities have a variance of
physiological and biological traits that’s the reality of it one of the
narratives right now being pushed by you know some of these revisionists type
people some of these cultural Marxists and moral relativists and neo feminists
and all these different groups is that and the postmodernist too is that there
is no difference between groups there’s no difference between men and women
there’s no fence between ethnicities and certainly don’t you dare talk about IQ
differences so I guess I’m I’m gonna throw this question to you is how do you
see this artificial ideology as being pushed this this this idea that’s being
foisted on the public right now that there is no such thing as difference and
do you see it as a perversion of the spiritual principle of oneness yeah yes
that’s a great question I’d say that yes I think trying to remove any objective
difference between various categories whether we’re talking about IQ or gender
or competence and things like this is an attack spiritually because and I would
say that’s true if we define spirituality or spirit as the kind of
all-encompassing aspect of existence that unites the all the various
disparate fabrics of reality so essentially we’re going to describing
here is that you know at the the foundations of existence the essence of
being itself there really are different levels there’s different levels of
attainment there’s differences in and all sorts of things so but those
differences are made one through unity a really good example of this is the human
body human body is made of all these different smells and all these
cells have there’s certain cells like your skin cells they’re like one
category there’s you know cells hair cells there’s digestive cells there’s
nerve tissue there’s all sorts of different tissue well each of these
things is a cell so they’re all common and that they are cells but they’re
different in what the makeup and purpose are and how they operate and behave so
society is very similar there’s there’s different human beings there’s different
levels of intelligence and competence with how to use your intelligence or
your innate abilities and all these things work together to produce the
world that we’re all collectively living in so if you if you try to undermine all
that if you try to say well there is no appreciable difference that any any
asserting that there is a difference between somebody who studied music for
30 years and somebody who just picked up their first instrument the day before
what you’re effectively doing is robbing the individual of their ability to
direct their lives along an objective course you’re robbing you’re trying to
undermine the foundation of wisdom and competence itself which is instrumental
to everything so you know from a spiritual oneness perspective a good
analogy I like to use is a symphony or a musical outfit each person in a symphony
and there there might be violins there might be brass instruments things like
this each person and body is a specific role it worked hard to learn what their
specific role is and then they all work together to realize something together
and society is very similar to that but you have to immediately as soon as you
start to do anything you immediately come to terms with the fact that there’s
a difference in appreciable value there’s a difference in attainment level
in competence so you know how is this being disseminated and promoted as a lot
of like a propaganda level how is this being this idea that there are no
differences pouring out in society well there is a tax on gender the idea I mean
this is openly being discussed in many places that a gender is a social
contract that there are no differences in men and women being done with and so
far as differences between race and culture that there you know there are no
necessary differences of value between cultures so all cultures are equally
valuable and it’s really a difference between which one is dominant or not
which isn’t necessarily true and you know we have at the attack on competence
which is push through equity policy so in other words you know we need to kind
of narrow it down a little bit one of the debates raging right now is that the
debate between equal opportunity versus equality or equity excuse me an ego log
eternity says that well we should focus on providing the same opportunities to
the individual and then once it’s those opportunities of err it’s up to the
individual to develop those opportunities and establish that they
are have competence and if they do something well then market will reward
them this is a general principle anyway and I’m not saying this ignoring the
fact that we are we have obvious you know negative influences and
markets and capitalism of things like this that give people unfair advantages
yes I acknowledge that but it is its general principle the idea that somebody
who’s been working hard at doing something probably can do a better job
than somebody who’s done no work at all as I think is something pretty easy that
most people can recognize it’s true but what the what the the equity
perspective asserts is that well it doesn’t matter how much work you’ve done
it doesn’t matter what your competence level is you should get the same right
to goods and services that the person who’s been working all their lives so in
other words that the CEOs you know again I don’t discount the corruption in
business but in the main small business owners it’s a pretty probably pretty
good example small business orders dump a tremendous amount of time energy
innovation dedication into producing their business I’ll I’ll put myself as
an example to this I mean I I run stillness in the storm largely
by myself I have two people that are helping me and they’re incredibly
invaluable but the bulk of the work falls on my shoulders and I spend
anywhere from 10 to 12 to sometimes 16 hours a day producing what stillness in
the storm actually is so to say that the person who only invests an hour of time
in should be entitled to the same fruit as as me it is not only is it
detrimental to the biz the way the buck business needs to function but it’s also
just unfair insofar as you know claim of right claim of right to goods and
services and that the claim of right it’s a little bit more complex of an
issue but it’s essentially founded on laws and you know how we distribute
rights of benefit to to people but this is one example of how these things are
happening we’re trying to do or what the powers that be are trying to do is
they’re trying to blur the lines between people and differences they have people
focus on skin deep differences and discount the more more holistic
contributions to what causes an effect in society so for example you know we
might say that well in the inner city there’s a lot more people who are of
either black Asian Hispanic origin who are subjected to the justice system then
there are white people and because that statistical trends exist it must be
because the system itself is inherently unfair well that’s a that’s a kind of a
hazy theory but it doesn’t really address all of the causal factors I mean
the reasons why people commit crimes are complicated and it’s not something you
can just blank it across a whole demographic of people and say well
because black people tend to be the victims of or let me rephrase that the
subject of more of the justice system it’s because of a question I’m sure
that’s the case and I’ve witnessed that so I do know it’s there but is also
witnessed that there are people whether they’re black
white Hispanic or Asian or whatever there is meth backgrounds commit crimes
for decent reasons they have a reason for committing these crimes what are the
reasons for these committing of these crimes are there any other solutions
that can be addressed you know that this is something that I feel like there that
is also being attacked is is that the causal factors behind things we’re not
really interested as a society in the mainstream anyway and why things really
happen we’re more so interested in dealing with the feelings the fields
over facts so to speak the well I feel like I’ve been oppressed
well because since you feel like you’ve been oppressed we’re going to give you
some handouts and token gestures so you feel a little bit better but when I can
actually and we’ll talk about solving the underlying problem I’m so glad you
brought up the Equality versus equity argument because I was going to bring
that up too and this goes into the Pareto principle I was talking about it
also goes into not everyone has the same degree of I don’t know aspirations
dreams motivation the same degree of skill sets you know this idea of equity
if we applied it to other things it would blow our minds it would be
outrageous if I said you know instead of instead of income as you know money
acquired in the market if that wasn’t the the standard here if instead if it
was getting a singing contract getting a record label it’s like well I know that
I have the worst singing voice on planet earth and I’m not entitled to that but
if we were under a system of equity with that
well everyone would have a singing deal and that’s just not the case so when we
are looking at the market and we’re looking at income and we’re looking at
gender pay gaps on all these myths they’re easily deconstructed with just a
modicum of research and this goes into you know some of the psychological
factors that are leading to to the entropy of the West and so you know here
in the West we have I would argue that we’ve made a
lot of progress with separation of church and state with constitutional
principles the Bill of Rights innocent until proven guilty
you have equality under the law you have the scientific method you have
philosophy you you know homosexuals can get married now you have so much
progress being made and and so much of that is falling by the wayside because
people don’t understand or people don’t want to understand how these things are
propping up society the nuclear family propping up society and then you’ve got
you know the atheist or the Marxist kind of infiltration of that for their
particular endgame which drives a wedge between the family which drives a wedge
between or even convinces women that careers are more important than having
children the very thing that’s gonna keep us alive as a species throughout
the generations throughout time that’s frivolous and a career is suddenly more
important not to say that women can’t have careers but I think our priorities
are a little bit screwed up and this is also going into gender roles you know I
think the youth today they understand that there is a problem that there are
many problems but they don’t do the research and they’re not really willing
to listen to hard truths they’re not willing to listen to some of the wisdom
from the elders and so you know you have these Pied Pipers in the Mockingbird
media who come along or in the Universities who prescribe to them these
narratives and they’re often victim narratives you know it’s like the the
victim Olympics right now and to use a phrase from Benjamin Owen I think he
calls it an outrage Ponzi scheme where you have to continually find things to
be outraged about because yesterday’s news and last week’s news is not you
know it’s not um it’s not working anymore
going out into the streets and shouting white privilege doesn’t really work
anymore going out into the streets and shouting
oppression oppression it’s not you know that button doesn’t work anymore to
gather resources without actually putting in the work without the
competence involved and I think that like I consider myself a spiritual
person and I consider myself to be someone who is committed to the human
species to progress to you know passing on a better civilization to the next
generation and I don’t want to immediately attribute motive and say
that anyone who disagrees with me doesn’t have that same intention in
their heart I like to come from the point of view that we all kind of want a
general similarity in the outcome we all kind of want happiness and freedom and
truth and all these different things but I think that there’s a lot of
brainwashing and a lot of these epigenetic and
hereditary genetics factors that come into play like we were talking about our
case selection theory physiological differences that lead us to come to
radically different conclusions and I think it really just and I think it
depends on your starting place what is your initial worldview is your initial
worldview that man is inherently sinful and inherently evil that’s going to
determine how you see social orientation is your worldview one of the post
modernists where it’s it’s fight to stay alive it’s groups fighting one another
and is your fundamental worldview that freedom leads to chaos and and if you
can I guess look at it through the eyes of the person you’re debating if you can
stop for a minute and say okay okay maybe people who are pro
second-amendment don’t want dead children in schools then maybe you can
see that we just have a different approach we have a different
prescription a different antidote to solving the problem and I
I think it just shuts down conversation when people immediately attribute motive
and they go you want dead kids you want you know you don’t want women to have
freedoms you don’t want this group or that group to be able to you know have
to be able to compete to be able to be successful it’s like no we just see a
different way to get there right well yeah having understanding where you come
from is really important you know there there are definitive differences and in
raising either raising children or or where you are raised in the world from a
cultural standpoint you know and then it’s bring in the the less mainstream
factors you know we have spiritual biases from past lives if you’re into
that kind of thing more for genetic influences I mean out there there was a
gambit of influences and understanding how those influences have influenced
your thinking is really important you know we we tend to in our modern day
world as I was mentioning the beginning and we’ve discussed throughout the talk
here that we we tend to kind of play a pretty reductionist role so to speak and
how we discuss these issues we kind of want to refine boil them down to some
like quick talking points like you were just mentioning it’s like well and use a
lot of binary thinking well if you’re a pro gun then you must also be for
killing kids you know and that’s that’s a big name right now that’s kind of
pouring out into the mainstream to to all the mass shootings we’re seeing here
but again these are really complicated issues and it’s boovs us if we want to
actually solve the problems to get down and to think about all the causal
factors so you know when it when it comes to understanding how we can deal
with these issues you know if you’re and this is where I get into the lawful kind
of aspect of what our role has here is people is you have to understand rights
responsibilities and how to actually interface with other people and there’s
a science to this it’s not something
that’s like a mystery we call that it’s it’s it’s a contractual reality we’re
living in a contractual reality so let me just talk about that a little bit
okay so what I’m talking about here is that where each individual’s so each
possess a mind and we each possess freewill so we each possess the volition
the capacity to make choices and because of that because we’re all living in the
same world together or you’re living in the same house with somebody or you’re
living in an environment with somebody or whatever that looks like you’re gonna
have to figure out some way for two people to work together and the way that
we do that is called a contract an agreement and you either have an
explicit agreement so an agreement that we’ve actually sat down and said hey do
you want to do this like me and you had them you know we talked about doing this
interview we set a time in a place we negotiated when that would be the best
time to do that so we had all of our personal factors of play then we came
together and agreed explicitly that that’s we were gonna do and now here we
are we’re doing it so there’s four phases of a contract that are really
important to understand the personal side of it the kind of intuitive side
that’s the phase one that’s the intention to create so if you are in
your world you’re in your reality and you have you’re constantly creating
desires and intentions to do things right
well if that desire or intention either affects somebody else or has the
opportunity to be harmonized with somebody else then you have to form some
type of agreement to deal with that a good example of this is if you’re living
with roommates you know you want to use the kitchen well you can’t all use the
kitchen at once so you’ve got to figure out some way to coordinate your mutual
desires so how does that happen well we need communication to do that we need to
be a ability to negotiate which is the the second components of a contract so
you have to be able to speak clearly and honestly so you have to have full
disclosure yeah if I operate from good faith which basically means that you’re
you’re honestly trying to discuss the situation at hands you have to have
clean hands which means there’s no instances or unresolved conflicts
between you that have left that could potentially
cloud the new agreement you’re trying to form and you have to do it with full
disclosure you have to put all the factors out on the table and say okay
this is what my personal preference is with my intention to create what is
yours and let’s get all the factors on the table so we can have a meeting of
the minds so that we can get on the same page with each other once you’ve done
that and usually requires a few rounds of communication and you’ve got a solid
plan that you both agree is is viable and is considering all the concerns that
you have then you can move on to step three which is agreement or acceptance
you actually make a verbal statement or a written statement that says I will
acknowledge that in order to do this I have to do that so it’s an excitement
saying that I’m going to I want to do something and that order to do it I have
to accept certain responsibilities or obligations related to performance that
once we come together we can both perform our responsibilities and create
the thing that you want to create with each other so that that’s a pretty loose
overview of what a contract is the final one is consideration which is the two
people coming to or more people coming together and actually doing the things
that they said they were going to do well if you look at social interactions
our whole reality is predicated on them they’re everywhere I mean if you’re
thinking about you’re in a bar for example you’re two people are talking if
you just walk up to them and start eavesdropping on their conversation what
you’re basically doing is you’re imposing yourself on to them did they
agree to have you be there well there’s subtle social quote cues that we can
look into so for example they might turn away from you they might walk across the
room and that’s a subtle social cue that communicates they’re likely not in
agreement with you overhearing their conversation or they might turn towards
you turn towards you and say hey I don’t know what your name is but what do you
think about all this now they’ve incorporated you into the conversation
so at every facet of reality we have these contracts in place and this aspect
of understanding how the mechanics of social interaction work is crucial to
creating social harmony because ultimately with social
harmony is which is the reverse of entropy is the ability for two or more
people who have volition to come together to form some type of harmonious
agreement a situation that governs their behaviors that addresses their unique
rights and responsibilities so I would say that as individuals it’s it’s really
important to understand these mechanics and really start to analyze how you
operate in the worlds and other things oh and this comment because most of the
time when you’re in an emotionally triggered state your ability to be
honest to give person the benefit of the doubt and to being humble and
inquisitive so actually questioned whether or not your emotional response
is based on something real it’s an interval or if it’s maybe you’re miss
confusion usually kind of goes out the window we can slip into an altered state
and we can talk about the neurological effects of that but this happens quite a
bit so this is kind of where the shadow work and the personality integration
comes in is you know being able to honestly look in the mirror and ask
yourself am I really be honoring another person’s free will
am I really asking and understanding where they’re coming from so I can have
a good meeting of the minds am i trying to negotiate and understand and give the
person the rights to respond or to negotiate with me on various issues is
really really important and the more we do that as individuals and many embody
that kind of high ideal I think we could really set the trends to some amazing
social coherence and public offense of the human organism
absolutely Justin unfortunately we’re all out of time this was such a fun
conversation I want to thank you so much for coming on we’re gonna have to do
this again we have so much that we didn’t touch on that really we should
you know flesh out in a whole other episode why don’t you tell our listeners
where they can find more of your material and if they want to keep up
with your work surely you can find me on my website
stillness in the storm comm if you go there there’s a tab called social media
that’s where I list all the nights various social media projects I also
have a YouTube channel which is YouTube /youtube got tongue excuse me
youtube.com forward slash stillness honest one I post there about once a
month I’ll be posting more as well and if you also go to my website you click
on there’s original content there’s tabs for each author I’m one of the authors
you can click on that just in addition opps
there’s a whole bunch of writings that I have on there I also just finished my
first book so I’m in editing phase right now so I’ll be happily announcing that
here hopefully soon and and yeah I also do talks various things like that’ll be
I was just at contact and as I was there talking about its these kind of topics
of social harmony incorporating law and philosophy and I’ll be releasing that on
my youtube channel soon thank you so much Adam for having me I’ve really
enjoyed it I look forward to talking with you in the future
it’s so important to understand the psychological levers that are being
pulled by the architects of control that leads to social entropy and as Justin
was saying today it’s really important to have the self-knowledge to come to
this body of work to come to this life with clean hands so that we can handle
the information properly so that we can interpret it properly so that we can
treat everything academically and be efficient with our time because we are
all here for a short amount of time we want to do our best to you know minimize
pleasure and maximize I’m sorry minimize pain and maximize pleasure without
resorting to hedonism and I think we need a psychological lens to really live
that properly and of course there is you know there’s elements to this like
pathology and confabulation confabulation you don’t necessarily
remember things properly and you’ve kind of hypnotized yourself into a certain
reality that just doesn’t exist in pathology being you know if you’re a
pathological liar you don’t even know that you’re doing it because you’re
doing it so often so it really comes down to self-knowledge and the more that
we can integrate philosophy and psychology into this conspiratorial work
or into this investigation of what is truth what are we doing here how do we
fix or Earth’s problems you know this has been a great love of mine philosophy
and psychology and I really appreciate the work that Justin’s doing because
this is I think a critical component of heading into a golden age of fixing the
problems here on earth and and doing it in a way where we’re not going to cause
more problems because we’re being emotionally reactive or we have blind
spots to some of the problems so just remember we are disclosure you can head
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Author: Kennedi Daugherty

21 thoughts on “#10 Justin Deschamps | The Psychological Mechanics of Social Entropy

  1. Mass Media and its Psychological brainwashing and conditioning including outright lies is a fundamental part of the problem hence the motive behind so many media tycoons been invited to secretive meetings such as Bilderberg etc, the mainstream education system is additionally corrupted by way of installing Radical Marxist professors and teachers into the education system.

  2. Occult Persuasion not all but most gendered children are started as young as 1,2,3,years old !perfect example Angelina Jolie!

  3. 78min upload and first comment 7min after upload? ;D but seriously – all that we know about what is happening in elite circles makes me sick… I hope this shit will get exposed to everyone to the point where MSM will not be able to spin it. And I hope complicit 'journalists' will get prosecuted for lies and hiding of the truth.

  4. The consciousness is Awakening world wide. We are more together today then ever in history. we as humans our thoughts beliefs behavor has grown so much. Ego fear & judgement keeps Us seperated. When deep within we know we all come from the same source . We can only smell touch feel in physical form In the spirit relm we create with matter. Our thoughts are the most powerful thing about us.

  5. Yo Justin.. Nik Lyons here.. This is awesome seeing you on this dudes channel. You guys always are busting my brain cells challenging folks to expand consciousness and unconsciousness from the ground up. You guy's are opening such a huge can of worms but neatly and it's impressive and enlightening. In case your wondering who I am Justin we filmed that thing with Rick Cesaro.. Angel.. I was the dude with the diy jib.. Good times😀

  6. We now live in a culture where everyone’s opinion, views and assessments of situations and people, spill across social media, and unfortunately a lot of it is anonymous, with much of it being shaped by mindless meanness and egotistical arrogance.
    I doubt many shall learn a lesson in civility or humility, even with logic being far to apparent to avoid.

  7. Choice Truth Law and Consciousness

  8. Blah Blah you uni(1 way to think)versity people are of NO benefit to the average person. Youre a stain on humanity, go away.

  9. This segment is very enlightening. There are a lot of closed minded individuals in the comments section. Thanks for all that you do Adam Riva.

  10. Amazing discussion of human thought, behavior and community. We need to continue evolutionary thinking of each individual and discourage propaganda and group think.

  11. Listened to the first 10 minutes so far and that in my opinion is alot of large words to simply say we need a centralized truth and more dialogue without restraints. I enjoy listening to you but you won't gain more followers who haven't attented college unless you simplify things a little more.

  12. Justin is wrong about coming into this world without knowing anything. It's written into your DNA. There is knowledge of your parents at the time of conception you carry, there is no such thing as junk DNA.

    Edited: think about this, people were still called children at the age of 70 in the bible preflood.

    Compassion without emotion doesn't exist.

    I was raised by divorced parents, both drunks, and was largely ignored by my mother, especially after my father died at the age of 33 when I was 13. According to your thoughts and what you learned I would have taught my 5 kids to ignore thier families and drink. Didn't happen. I found truth. Look to your creator instead of focusing on the creation.

    Stopped listening at 35 minutes in. Justin needs to get his head out of books and live life. He uses large words to define the creation and try to psychoanalyse the creation instead of searching for an answer from the creator and I cannot bring myself to listen to his indoctrinated ideology any longer. Justin get out and live life instead of trying to analyzing it. Then you will gain the wisdom to know what your talking abour.

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