Sunday, April 01, 2012


"Hero-worship is strongest where there is least regard for human freedom." - Herbert Spencer

Who needs dictatorial rule and jackbooted enforcers when you can get the general public to remain obedient, passive and docile thanks to the Establishment Media’s well oiled and extensive fame machine?

It is liberating to reject any attempt to quest for fame.

The genuine artist needs to pursue pure creation, without any intention of notice whatsoever. What is important above all is the ability to be original, vital and relevant. Any underlying quest for fame is simply going to pollute the output.

Critical thinking needs to be instilled and encouraged at an early age.

Too many famous people exist nowadays whose only accomplishment seems to be achieving fame. This trend can only serve to sicken the future of humanity at large, since the only examples of role models for future generations are those with no relevant talent, accomplishment or abilities to demonstrate. Instead of achievement in science, art or any other sort of pursuit of substance, heroes and heroines of tomorrow’s world will be admired simply for the act of gaining media attention.

Don’t confuse success with fame. Success is doing what you want to do, no matter how much money you make or how many other people notice, save any. Success is creating something vital and worthwhile, and also can be the state of self-realization. Fame doesn’t care about if something is good or bad; it’s just a condition of false gratification, very similar to the highs from drugs or alcohol.

People need to stop mindlessly monitoring the Establishment Media, eyes and ears pathetically fixated upon the latest straw dogs of corporate idolatry, set upon the masses for the purposes of stealing hard earned workers’ pay and program ratings.