Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Uncle Toms, The Early Caste System And The Haunted Look Of The Ingrained Slave
Don't you feel sorry for this guy? Look at that submission to alpha wolf expression. It elicits sympathy and stays the whip hand. Doesn't it make you want assure him you are not going to hurt him? One feels the weight of superiority when dealing with him.
Do you have any idea how strong this man you are looking at is? This guy is like a human industrial press with feet on the bottom. Some people think this guy makes most olympic power lifters look like feeble sunken-chested pussies in comparison. During his prime he could flip over an economy car like a costumed superhero. His upper back and chest apparently enabled him to work out with nearly world record weight as part of his daily training.
The rubes this guy worked with such expert precision spoke of "little Jack" and talked of him as though he were a sweet boy scout they took pity on and wanted to help out by passing some legislation on his behalf. He played stupid goy like they were musical instruments. Somehow this guy who weighs over 250 pounds was able to give gentiles the impression he was a delicate little wallflower of about 175. We're talking Lamont Cranston style powers to cloud men's minds and then some.
Whence comes the "haunted" expression of submission that I have talked about? The "living ghost" demeanour? Is Tex slipping into mysticism when he writes about these things or is he giving you the summary impression of what in fact is extremely well-thought out biological game theory.
The early Neanderthal bastard hybrids were almost certainly isolated in the tribes they lived in as a lower caste that were never to be treated as equals, despite taking an active role in the life of the tribes they were born into. Think of the Greeks and the Romans. The Romans kept the Greeks as one kept pets, despite no evidence of any kind that the Greeks were in any way inferior to their Roman masters. The Romans relied on their greek slaves for knowledge of philosophy, mathematics, architecture, culture, warfare and literature. At the same time, the Romans held the whip hand of life and death over their greek charges.
I imagine that the early Sapiens tribes that treated the Neanderthals as a powerful race of shock troops designed to precede them in battle like a bunch of trained attack gorillas were enormously successful in destroying anybody in opposition who didn't have Neanderthals of their own. They may have allowed the Neanderthal bastards to design their own weapons, teach them art, even advise them on spiritual matters ... even as they were treated as inferiors and slaves subject to the most brutal oppression.
Now this is key to understanding why Neanderthal hybrids learned to make those faces. Very early on, the Neanderthals were being genetically selected for the correct kinds of capacity for domestication. If they were too wild, too fierce and did not learn how to knuckle under properly they were put to death. The hybrids who learned to Uncle Tom and shuck and jive would have been the ones who survived. If they mastered the art of the po-faced house nigger they would have had a much better reception from their masters, perhaps even becoming beloved the way one does with one's dogs.
There is a corollary that is even more incredible. The Sapiens who learned better how to maintain an aristocratic distance from their Neanderthals were more likely to pass on their genes. Getting too familiar with these creatures might have been a recipe for revolt and insurrection. Demonstrating the qualities of a ruling class and knowing how to keep your Neanderthals in their place meant far greater success in surviving and prospering over others who did not realize how dangerous these death monkeys were that they had genocided. So as the Neanderthals were being selected for their ability to submit, the Sapiens overlords were being selected for their unconscious conviction to never fraternize with them or treat them as equals.
Today, 38000 years later, all these instinctive modes and attitudes have become ingrained. They are subconscious and automatic. The collective unconscious knowledge of these social castes is found in the story of Jacob and Esau in Genesis when Isaac tells his son Esau it is his lot in life to serve his brother and be subject to his will. It is found in the Epic of Gilgamesh when we are told that Enkidu is Gilgamesh's servant, a companion manufactured by Enki to serve as his sidekick. It is a powerful subconscious feeling of disdain when ordinary people are introduced to people with "Asperger's Syndrome" or they see those round eyes and wide orbital sockets. Sapiens feels innately such men are subhuman and can be dismissed as a threat to their social hierarchy, a natural born inferior. They can't articulate these feelings. That doesn't change the fact they are very deep and powerful convictions.
I reckon all the greatest conmen are Neanderthals who have learned to work these ancient instincts to their own benefit. By showing oneself to be prepared to serve we also prime others to make concessions because of human nature. When our dominance is not questioned we feel free to oblige those who are beneath us. Before you know it, a master of these dark arts like Jack Abramoff can get your boots, pants and underwear and leave these suckers in a pickle barrel by the side of the road.