In fact, we respect the historical fact that there are cycles of both centralization and decentralization of power. In other words, within any culture, there are cycles of increasing personal discretion and decreasing personal discretion. We do not oppose all tradition or conformity in general, but we are cautious of the tendency for a herd mentality to produce widespread paranoia and hysteria, such as unexamined presumptions about certain health crisis.
For your consideration….
The best solution to promoting public health (rather than quietly advancing a depopulation agenda) would not be the fighting of symptoms or attacking the immune system’s healing responses. By advancing awareness of simple individual choices that can dramatically improve the health of people one by one, we would reduce the interest in “isolated solutions” (such as mandatory vaccination or compulsory health care protocols to combat specific complications).
For instance, we challenge the advocates of the paranoia about cholesterol to evidence a causal relationship between cholesterol levels and various common health issues. Because of the widespread popularity of the paranoia, most people would never question the correlations that are repeatedly presented as if correlation was evidence of causality. So, just how much interest is there in controlled long-term studies on the effects of specific changes to dietary intake of cholesterol? How much interest is there in long-term research in to the effects of interventions designed to inhibit liver function and reduce production of the nutrient cholesterol? How much interest is there in why the livers of so many animals produce so much cholesterol (and what factors influence the amount of cholesterol produced)? How much interest is there in the assertion that cholesterol is an essential nutrient that is used to manufacture a multitude of important hormones as well as to combat existing health crisis of various kinds? In general, how much interest is there in science itself, such as the huge distinction between correlation and causality?
essentially, a system of social intimidation
Yes, in many parts of the world, there has been a trend of increasing stress for many families. There have been social conditions that resulted in many people focusing mostly on other things besides effective parenting (and besides effective communication). By the time they become parents, many adults have had very limited experience with children, so then they often turn to “experts” for childcare and education, and as a result of that they do not develop any much competence with interacting with children. By the teenage years, the relationship between many parents and their maturing children is quite stressful or is simply “distant.” With each generation, the bond between the parents and the young adults tends to form less and less. Parents may even openly disrespect or harass each other, presenting the youth with patterns of disrespecting one of their own parents.
What is the solution? Individuals can make it a priority to heal any past traumas relating to family and to relationships. Individuals can also recognize the cultural trends de-emphasizing the family.
In particular, the vilification or “demasculinization” of males is a particularly notable issue, corresponding to frequent complaints by women that “it is very hard to find ‘a real man’ that is still unmarried.” In other words, certain masculine qualities have become so rare that men who have even moderate development of those qualities are likely to be extremely desirable to women (and thus women who encounter such a man will not only be very interested, but will be extremely disappointed if the man does not show as much interest in her as she would like, which can then result in extreme jealousy, rage, and resentment- emotions which women would not experience so intensely if they identified an over-flowing abundance of men that are attractive to them and “within their reach”).
There has been a corresponding masculinizing of women (as in a defeminizing). Women have to balance for the lack of masculine qualities in their social circles and that naturally corresponds to less development of feminine qualities.
So, because of the lack of development of classic masculine attributes in the public education systems, young adult males face a disorienting transition when they leave the familiar structures of the classroom (which systematically rewards blind conformity and promotes social anxiety about political correctness rather than rewarding initiative or discernment). The typical response in the school system to masculine initiative may be to ignore it if moderate and otherwise to suppress it with addictive psychiatric drugging. As they get older, the addictive tendencies of many young men (whether alcohol, smoking, or other addictions) maintain a chronic suppression of masculine motivations and practices.