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NSPIC = Neuro-Semantic Political Illusion Complex

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Inconspicuous \In`con*spic"u*ous\, a. [L. inconspicuus. See {In-} not, and {Conspicuous}.] Not conspicuous or noticeable; hardly discernible. -- {In`con*spic"u*ous*ly}, adv. -- {In`con*spic"u*ous*ness

NSPIC = Neuro-Semantic Political Illusion Complex

The basic NSPIC hypothesis is that a number of illusions in the minds of individual human beings keeps coercive political systems in place. The illusions together form a complex. They are "neuro-semantic" in that they involve language, and how language affects perception, thought, communication, and behavior related to politics.

(NSPIC relates to a dimension of freedom unknown to practically all freedom lovers and freedom activists -- anarchists, anarcho-capitalists, conservatives, extropians, libertarians, neo-tech owners, objectivists, patriots, voluntaryists, etc.)

The implications are profound: all coercive political systems are frauds and scams. The people in them are impostors and liars. The supposed "constitution" under whose "authority" they act, are all invalid. The notion that these impostors and liars can "make laws" is quite absurd. All coercive political systems are entirely hoaxes.


"...Humans coexist on this planet with entities made up of humans as their cells etc., these entities being called governments...

It may be very difficult for individual humans to be aware of the thought processes of governments... the best approach may be to try and communicate with the government...

Governments "farm" individuals for their productivity...

Communicating with a government is not easy at all..."

In order to communicate with an entity, that entity needs to be able to receive, process, and return communications. If we want to communicate to a "government" we need to ask some questions: Does this "government" have eyes or ears to receive communications; or does it have a sense of touch so it can receive communications in the form of braille? (It's no use saying that, "Well, I can communicate to people in government," because then you're communicating to people, not to a "government.") Does this "government" have a brain with thought processes to understand communications? Can this "government" read or write? Does this "government" have a mouth with which to speak? Does this "government" have an address where you can write to "it"; does "it" have a phone number where you can call "it?" '

Has anyone ever observed communication with a "government?" How will you know if you've successfully communicated with a "government?"

"Hallucinate" means "perceive something that isn't" -- "seeing something where there's nothing." -- about 99.999...% of other humans -- hallucinate volitional entities they call "governments" and they imbue their hallucinated "government" idols with magical powers.

This is a primitive and debilitating thinking habit about 99.999...% of humans suffer from. Most people actually believe that some of the noises and scribbles that emanate from the mouths and pens of some of the terrocrats (terrorist bureaucrats or coercive political agents) masquerading as "government" (so-called) is "the law" (so-called). They imbue these noises and scribbles with "magical powers" as being "special words" which must be obeyed, changed, or repealed.

Many people believe that if "the government" utters the right noises or writes the right scribbles (they hallucinate as "the law"), then all kinds of problems will magically disappear. Many others believe that if "the government" (so-called) "repeals" some of "its" noises and scribbles, then all kinds of problems will magically disappear.

The phenomenon of "government" (falsely-called) is primarily a phenomenon of collective hallucination.

Let's recap the major elements we've covered in this debate so far: Hallucinating a volitional entity called "government" that has magical powers to do what ordinary people can't do. Hallucinating some of the noises and scribbles that emanate from the mouths and pens of the terrocrats who masquerade as "government" as "the law" (so-called). NSPIC tends to have a stupefying and debilitating effect on its victims in the political/legal/economic arena. NSPIC sufferers tend to act as if hypnotized in the political/legal/economic arena.

"If freedom is so good, and so many people want it, and so many great minds have promoted it, then why are there so many people who enjoy so little freedom compared to what they want?"

The writings of literally hundreds of leading freedom-promoters , all suffer from one or more of the NSPIC elements.

Many freedom-promoters have identified some of the elements of NSPIC and written about them.

NSPIC constitutes LEARNED BEHAVIOR -- LEARNED THINKING AND LEARNED COMMUNICATION. Every element of NSPIC is something you learned.

To cure NSPIC, you have to UNLEARN what you've learned.

The next step is to identify, define, and develop a set of UNLEARNING SKILLS. We need to develop an UNLEARNING COURSE that teaches people how to UNLEARN anything they've learned in the past.

A particular level of literacy is required to overcome NSPIC, distinguished between four levels of literacy:

    (0) No command of language -- can't speak, read, nor write.
    (1) Illiterate -- can speak, but not read nor write.
    (2) Literate -- can speak, read, and write with a reasonable degree of proficiency.
    (3) Meta-literate -- can transcend language and use language to examine, analyse, and evaluate language; can change language depending on appropriateness for any given situation.

People have to be at level 3 to be able to overcome NSPIC. estimates show that about 99.999...% of humans are currently at level 2 or lower -- hence stuck in NSPIC

analysis of the concept/word "selfishness" is a level 3 activity.

This is a level 2 statement: Government exists.

Level 3: The notion that "government" (so-called) exists is silly.

The person stuck at level 2 [the Identifier] can't read a level 3 statement as it's written. So he compulsively distorts it into a level 2 statement: Government doesn't exist.

Level 2 statements are essentially about physical reality or have the form and syntax of statements about physical reality.

Level 3 statements are essentially about verbal reality, the relationships between verbal reality and physical reality, the weaknesses, strengths, and consequences of verbal forms, and the improvement of verbal forms. Level 3 statements are about the effects words have on the way we perceive the world, the way we think about the world, the way we communicate, and the way we act. All these can be greatly influenced by the words we use.

Level 3 is also the level addressed by General Semantics --

"Look to the letter, you find nonsense; look beyond the letter, you find nothing" is an example of a level 3 statement.

People stuck at level 2 can't make a distinction between a thing and the word for that thing in any workable way. If you discuss it with them they might say, "Sure, I know the difference between the word "table" and the table. But immediately afterward they will continue thinking and talking in a manner that indicates they can't really make the distinction. General Semantics called this "identification."

some people who claim they understand NSPIC, then within a minute or so they say, "Government does this, that, and the other" -- demonstrating that they don't understand NSPIC at all. This person responded, "Well I'm not like that; I really understand NSPIC." Within about two minutes this person starts telling me about how... can you guess?!... how, "Government does this, that, and the other!"

All this indicates that people can learn the learned behavior that constitutes NSPIC, but they can't unlearn it until they develop the necessary level 3 literacy skills. So our challenge includes identifying the specific required skills and develop the means whereby others can acquire them.

As for overcoming NSPIC, we'll have to do something so they feel the need to do what's required to acquire level 3 literacy skills, and then to implement those skills.

Identify "the ability to see yourself as an objective phenomenon" - this needs to be extended to "the ability to see yourself and the results you produce as objective phenomena." This ability may be extremely important and acquiring it may be a key to overcoming NSPIC.