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Personal freedom as potentially profitable product of Third World countries

Making poor countries rich is fundamentally not a viable male public sexual strategy. It undermines the economic determinants of male sexual opportunities. But the following pattern of an economic cycle is suitable as a male public sexual strategy.

Capital flows into a poor Third World country as foreign investment from North America, Western Europe, and Northeast Asia. The investment provides an opportunity to the local population to meet the most basic economic needs.

Some profits are generated for foreign investors. But even higher profits go to local elites. Local elites return their profits to North America or Western Europe, for example by sending offspring to elite educational institutions in the West. One step further, local elites of Third World countries apply for economic residency or investment citizenship in North America or Western Europe. At this point, all profits generated by foreign investment in Third World countries are repatriated to the West, and if the foreign investment involved the exploitation of natural resources, the Third World country is poorer then it was at the start.

Countries that still possess valuable natural resources have an easy time attracting foreign investment. If all they can offer is cheap labor, competition is tough, and will be even tougher in the future.

But one product that is easy to sell and has high profit potential for local elites is personal freedom, and good quality of life, marketed primarily to rich men from Western countries. This means: as much personal freedom as possible in a social environment as safe as possible. More specifically: no obstruction to local sexual relationships.

Selling freedom in Third World countries

Many Third World countries possess a resource that potentially can be sold at a high profit: a disorganized social environment with intrinsic qualities of freedom. Local elites in such Third World countries often have more power over their societies than do elites in the developed world.

This entails that potentially, they could turn their countries’ disorganized environments into a merchandise to sell to rich people from developed countries who are in search of freedom.

This is not about furthering the development of Third World countries. It is not about benefiting the local populations other than the elites. If an atmosphere of poverty is the merchandise that can be marketed at good profit, then the trickling down of profits will destroy the product.

Luckily, local elites in many Third World countries are in the habit of expatriating their wealth to the West.

Currently, more people from rich countries than ever before work in Third World countries, because more and more companies from North America and Europe have a business presence there. This leads to more awareness among Westerners that living in countries outside of North America and Europe can be very rewarding indeed.

In coming years, more and more men from rich countries will settle in Third World countries, not so much for business opportunities but for opportunities of love and sex with local women. And if migration decisions of rich men favor certain countries, then money will follow in their paths.

With the right policies, the elites of poor small countries could sell freedom. But they would have to implement policies to make their countries especially attractive to the rich of the West.

The following are just some measures that could attract rich people to poor Third World countries.

Taxation – Charge a flat foreign resident tax, e.g. 100 to 1000 dollars per month, but impose no local income tax, and no taxation on money earned internationally.

Second citizenship – Offer an easy second citizenship, even a temporary one… at a price (e.g. double or triple the foreign resident tax).

Special development zones – The rights of foreigners to reside in a country could be limited to special development zones.

Safety – Parts of the country where foreigners would reside, would have to be so safe that unaccompanied foreigners can walk alone anywhere in the night. Security-providing companies would also an easy opportunity for local elites to cash in.

Foreign businesses – Let foreigners run small businesses, such as restaurants, entertainment venues, hotels, small housing complexes, food production, and the like (in either all of the country, or in special development zones). This will generate all by itself the infrastructure that will be needed to attract ever more foreigners. Always just impose flat taxes that are independent from whether a business is successful or not.

Morals – Impose very few moral restrictions on consensual sexual relationships.

Because of the moral leniency requirement, the above model could not be implemented in countries with a mainly Islamic population. But the model may be well suited to attract citizens of Islamic countries who are dissatisfied with the strict moral rules of their home countries.

Keeping Third World countries poor

It cannot be a viable male public strategy to have poor Third World countries becoming richer. Many aspects of life in Third World countries that are favorable for men are precisely tied to the fact that Third World countries are poor.

Luckily, local elites in many Third World countries are not very interested in the common good, and more interested in their own benefits.

Luckily, too, rich people in Western countries are usually not interested in creating wealth, by means of foreign investment, in Third World countries.

Most foreign investment in Third World countries is temporary and just geared towards profit-taking. It is not a form of long-term asset creation or even just long-term asset management. As practically all profits are repatriated (to be consumed somewhere else), such foreign investment does not create wealth in Third World countries. And the little wealth that initially seems to be created in the Third World country anyway will be moved to developed countries when rich locals emigrate.

All foreign investment that finances the exploitation of natural resources in Third World countries is likely to be a net drain of a Third World country’s wealth. Capital that is brought into a Third World country to exploit natural resources for export is not wealth. This capital just finances tools which, after a short while, are only of scrap value.

The only certain case of a transfer of wealth from one country to another country is the transfer of wealthy people. And that trend does not point in the direction of Third World countries, but the opposite way.

Wealthy locals in many Third World countries typically are busy transferring their own wealth to developed nations.

The super rich from the Third World bring the money they made from the West back to the West
http://money.guardian.co.uk/tax/story/0,,1755287,00.html

The rich getting even richer in the Third World
http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,1802373,00.html

Most children of really rich people in most Third World countries go to private schools in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the US, or Switzerland.

International students boost Scottish economy by £312m
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-32919517

Selling education to overseas students has become a major industry in New Zealand
http://archived.ccc.govt.nz/cityscene/2003/November/ALessonForEducationSector.asp

Often enough, these children of Third World elites sooner or later become permanent residents, or citizens, in those rich countries. Any citizen of a Third World country who has amassed a fortune in the range of 0.5 to 2 million US dollars has an easy time applying for a residence permit in most developed nations.

Invest 1 million pounds in the UK, and become a UK permanent resident http://www.workpermit.com/uk/investor.htm

Invest 500,000 dollars in the US, and get a Green Card
http://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-through-job/green-card-through-investment

People with a net worth of 800,000 Canadian dollars can easily immigate to Canada
http://candoimmigration.ca/coming-to-canada/business-immigration-and-investors/

Migrating to Australia, based on a net value of 500,000 Australian dollars
http://www.skillclear.co.uk/australia/australian-business-visa.asp

That rich locals transfer wealth back to the US and Europe prolongs much of African, and Third World, poverty. And this won’t change by allowing Third World countries better access to the markets in the developed countries. While such easier access may cause a larger number of traders in Third World countries to become rich, these traders will anyway bring their wealth back to the developed countries once they emigrate to one of them.

Thus the much touted policies of better market access for products of Third World countries will, at the end, create wealth in developed countries (the emigration destinations of rich locals from Third World countries), and not for the Third World countries themselves.

Traditionally, Third World countries could offer to their local elites that these elites were, to a certain degree, independent from the law. In many Third World countries, rich people could pretty much do what they wanted. That’s a real piece of quality of life. And it’s waiting to be sold to rich people from North America and Western Europe.

International NGOs claim that curtailing the privileges of local elites (eradicating corruption) will help the economic development of a country, thus creating wealth.

It won’t. It will only make the local elites leave, and take their wealth to Europe or America.

Migration from and to Third World countries

The US and Canada are siphoning off young talents in Third World countries.

Talents in almost any academic subject are invited to emigrate to the US and Canada, and can apply at any embassy. Green cards depend on proving talent.

Not only academic talents, but also those who have a talent for making money, can apply. Now, that talent, one proves not with textbooks but with checkbooks. Anyone who offers to invest between half a million dollar and two million dollar in either the US or Canada have residence permits issued on the fast track.

Rich countries woo highly skilled migrants

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3435231.stm

Unwittingly, these are phenomena which are positive from the perspective of male public sexual strategies. Having Third World countries becoming developed and richer would diminish male advantageous that are tied to societies of economic need.

Young scientific and technical talents have a great incentive to migrate to North America. Better salaries. And businessmen who made a lot of money in the Third World consider it social climbing to migrate to North America.

For migration in the opposite direction, a strong incentive is needed.

Not more luxuries. In this respect, the Third World cannot compete with North America or Europe. But who needs luxuries when personal relationships are romantic and satisfying?

The US is hypocritical, prudish, and bigot. Even though the US likes to think of itself as the “Land of the Free”, on a very practical scale, it restricts the personal, and sexual, freedom of many of its inhabitants to a larger extent than do or did many Third World countries. Religious fundamentalism in North America has long achieved a high degree of psychological self-castration among North Americans. And those who do not accept de-sexualisation have long been looking at other countries as alternatives.

Before the governments of Third World countries came under the influence of US moral imperialism, there were fewer sexual restrictions in most non-Islamic Third World countries than in North America or Europe. Actually, many Third World governments didn’t concern themselves with regulating the sexual conduct of the people they ruled.

A higher degree of sexual freedom is the one advantage that many Third World countries have had until not so long ago, or still have. Preserving, or restoring, this edge can cause a pronounced migratory trend.

Foreign investment in Third World countries

One can't keep one's riches beyond one's death, and rich, or just well-heeled, men often are willing to spend their money in an economically unwise manner, if nevertheless, this is conducive to optimal sexual experience. What typically isn't reflected in official statistics is the extent to which money is allocated in a way that gives those who decide on it an excuse for being at a location where they want to be (because of the optimal sexual experience that can be found there).

There are two kinds of foreign investment.

The first kind is placed only under consideration of an optimal financial return. This kind of foreign investment often heavily favors the investor, and often is of little long-term advantage to the place where the investment is made. Profits and most assets are repatriated.

Such investments typically can only be obtained with wide-ranging free trade concessions. But free trade, more often than not, is a disadvantage for underdeveloped countries. Local businesses typically are not able to compete with international players with established production processes.

All East Asian economies that developed from agricultural societies into industrialized ones (Japan, Taiwan, South Korea) did so by keeping foreign competitors out and by protecting local producers.

A different kind of foreign investment is done in spite of adverse conditions (no free trade, no repatriation of profits). This kind of foreign investment is only available from those who invest in a country primarily because they like to be there.

There were many American businessmen who settled in the Philippines in the 70s because the country had so much to offer in terms of sexual experience. And for the same reason, Thailand has a huge number of foreign residents.

Early after World War II, Japan was attractive for the same reason. One may read historical accounts on the lifestyle of European men in East and Southeast Asia (written not now, but during the time with which they deal) to know about the sexual gratifications that were available. One could understand why a small and difficult business in Asia or Southeast Asia was so much better than a much bigger and more successful one in Europe

The key for country-committed foreign investments is that the country offers a high quality of life. Not luxury, but personal freedom.

The most important aspect of a high quality of life still is, and will always be, the ease with which people can engage in sexual relationships. And yes, even illicit sexual relationships.

This is not a recommendation for prostitution. Prostitution is the providing of paid sexual services in an indiscriminate and highly promiscuous manner. A young woman who enters a sexual relationship with a rich man whom she would happily marry is not a prostitute, even if the sexual relationship is temporary, and even if she derives material benefits from it.

Attracting rich foreigners to poor countries

Local elites can sell life in save enclaves of not-so-safe countries if at the same time there is a high degree of personal freedom, or absence of liberty-restricting law.

This doesn't have to benefit local poor populations, or if, then only on an alibi level. It's not about local or national development.

In the world today, a if the elites of a poor country want to attract foreign money, they may consider attracting foreign people with money.

If local elites make a country as attractive as ever possible to rich foreigners, they will come, even if it costs them more money than being somewhere else. After all, money is what they have, and they can't take it with them when they die. Therefore, the idea is to be an attractive destination, and then to let them pay substantially for being there.

The idea is not new. Switzerland, which some 200 years ago was one of the poorest countries of Europe, thrived on it when it became a favorite destination of the rich from imperial powers such as England and France. And in Switzerland, they are, until today, more concerned about attracting rich foreigners, rather than the factories owned by rich foreigners (they don't mind the offices, though).

But more can be done to attract rich foreigners than what the Swiss have practiced for more than a century. Something, which, on the other hand, would have made little sense some 100 or 200 years ago.

A country that in today's world wants to draw rich foreigners should not just be attractive, but sexually attractive. This recommendation would have been meaningless some 100 or 200 years ago because much of the world was anyway not sexually regulated to the extent it is today.

Yes, in Victorian Britain (and in Britain ever since), sexual conduct was regulated to a considerable extent. And yes, of many Islamic communities even centuries ago, the same can be assumed. But for much of the rest of the world, sexual conduct, as long as it was not violent, was of little interest to governments.

This doesn't mean that these societies would have been sexually free-wheeling. While there were fewer government-issued limitations, nature imposed hers in the form of hardship and disease, and a low level of self-cognition meant that people where restricted by beliefs in gods and ghosts.

Today governments concern themselves with the marriage and divorce behavior of citizens, and with whether a married person can have sex with somebody else. Governments also regulate whether people who are old enough to enjoy sex should be allowed to do so, or which age discrepancy constitutes a criminal act. Governments also go to great length evaluating the conditions under which people who have a sexual relationship exchange material items.

And furthermore, government policies in more and more countries undermine the privacy of sexual relationships, actively by spying on citizens and passively by allowing unrestricted press coverage of people's private lives, thus inciting sexuality-based hatred on a mass scale.

Hand-in-hand with all the above goes the erosion of the sovereignty of more and more smaller countries. Not only do larger Western countries pass and enforce ever more extraterritorial laws dealing specifically with sexual conduct; the police forces of Western countries also are to an ever larger degree directly involved in prosecuting in poorer countries those of their citizens who break the law of the country whose passport they hold, and not necessarily the law of the country where they are prosecuted.

A business model for local elites in poor countries could be to attract comparatively wealthy foreign residents by providing an environment that is best suited for optimal sexual experience. Wealthy foreign residents could pay substantially for the privilege of being there.

The country should not be a direct democracy where envy towards rich foreign residents could be exploited by local populists.

Agents of moral imperialism should not be allowed to operate within the country: no foreign NGOs, no UN, and no foreign police.

The press should be kept under control. The press should be held responsible for unfavorable social conditions it causes by irresponsible reporting.

Permits to stay for foreigners involved in religious activities should not be renewed.

Apart from the legislation on violent sexual legislation should be kept at a minimum. No perversities of the law, such as "statutory rape". This doesn't mean that every behavior that is currently classified as statutory rape should be legalized. But the law should use a terminology that describes a sexual transgression (if the behavior is defined as a transgression) as what it is: "consensual sexual relationship with.... " sound very different from "rape" even though the laws of many Western countries no longer differentiate between the two.

Allowing marriages at a local registrar without requiring any information but the names of the two people who want to get married would be attractive.

Allowing divorces by any party appearing before the registrar and stating the wish that a previously registered marriage be divorced, woyld be attractive, too.

All necessary measures to ensure sexual health within the population increases a country's overall attractiveness. For governments that have the will to do so, the technologies are readily available to keep sexual diseases at almost zero-level.

All birth control methods could be made available free of charge. Other health care must not be free.

No commercial nightlife (brothels, night clubs, sex bars) sould be allowed. They would not attact foreigners of quality, but onky lowbrows. But other entertainment venues where people can mingle and start sexual relationships should not be restricted.

No artificial limitations on the extent to which men and women engage in sexual relationships for material benefits are needed. It is natural that in a sexual relationship, the wealthier partner provides material support for the less wealthy partner.

The business model outlined here should make it easy, but expensive for foreigners to become permanent residents.

Foreigners could be allowed to run businesses on low flat taxes categorized by the kind and the size of a business.

Foreign investment and development

For most of the countries in that part of the world, such as South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia, the change occurred in the decades before the mid-1990s, and it was mainly driven by foreign investment.

In the decades before the early 1990s, these countries transformed from feudal, agriculture-based societies into rather modern societies with a strong export-oriented manufacturing sector. Foreign investment was an important contribution.

However, these countries haven't changed much in the decades after the mid 1990s because China has been soaking up most Asia-directed foreign investment. Furthermore, many of the benefits of foreign investment were reversed in the 1997 Asian financial crisis.

Foreign investments can come in many different forms.

The simplest, and most dangerous, form is dollar-denominated loans, given to local governments, local banks, and local companies.

Local banks would, for example, receive loans at a rate of 5 percent interest, and borrow it to local lenders as local currency at a rate of 15 or 20 percent interest. As long as a country's currency would depreciate at less than 10 percent per year towards the dollar, the banks would operate at a profit.

The fact that this kind of foreign investment was just a dollar-denominated loan often was hidden behind a contractual facade. For example, the loan could have been disguised as equity investment in a non-bank business. However it was then just used for playing the financial market, with the aim of profiting from lending rate discrepancies or similar financial benchmark figures.

Economies based on that kind of foreign investment regularly melt down, as has happened during the Asian financial crisis. Such meltdowns have happened in all parts of the world, before and after the Asian financial crisis, most frequently in South America.

Foreign investments that come as financing packages that somehow have to be repaid are a dangerous turf.

Foreign portfolio investments, where foreigners buy stock on a local exchange, aren't much better.

Both, financing packages and portfolio investments, are linked to the exchange rate of local currencies, and if they are not carefully managed, their overall impact on the wealth of a country can easily be negative. This means: this kind of foreign investment can easily leave a country poorer than it was before the "investment".

From the perspective of poor countries, the purpose of foreign investment is to bring foreign money into the country to spur economic development. But that effect can only be had if the foreign money is, in a long-term manner, converted into tangible assets.

For example, when a foreign company builds and operates a toll road in the developing country. Not, if a foreign company gives a dollar loan to a local entity, so that the local entity can contract the foreign company to build the toll road for them, and also not if a local entity gets that loan (repayable as dollars) so that it can purchase the necessary equipment from the overseas company.

If a foreign investor is actually converting own money into assets in the country where he invests, the talk is of foreign direct investment. However, on the scale of toll roads or other large infrastructure projects, there are much fewer foreign direct investments than the business sections of newspapers make people believe.

One does get foreign direct investment into production facilities, for example, if Nike sets up a shoe manufacturing plant in Indonesia, or when Isuzu moves their pickup truck production to Thailand, in both cases because of lower wages.

Such foreign investment is generally considered beneficial to countries that receive it because it generates jobs.

On the other hand, one should be careful not to overestimate the positive effect of such foreign investments, for all the profits are typically repatriated, and the actual asset transferred to a Third World country isn't much to brag about. Production facilities typically are outmoded within 5 to 10 years, and then their worth is barely above the scrap value.

Another kind of foreign investment isn't much better. That's when Western "services" companies like Wal-Mart and Carrefour, or franchise givers such as McD and KFC, or banks like HSBC or Citibank move in. They just displace local businesses, create large numbers of unemployed people because they have a higher turn-over with fewer staff and at lower costs, and they also repatriate the profits.

And then there are those foreign investments that buy into local companies, such as when a big US tobacco company buys a well-established local company, primarily to gain a distribution foothold. Local sellers who receive the money from overseas buyers usually have nothing better to do with the cash than to bring it to a Western developed country, in order to receive a residence permit there, and a subsequent citizenship. Such schemes are foreign investment indeed, but not in the Third World country where the company is purchased.

They generate net capital outflow, not capital inflow.

One can look at it from any angle: the best foreign investments a country possibly can get are foreigners who personally want to relocate to a Third World country and bring capital with them, in the range of 100,000 to 1,000,000 million US dollars. That normally is capital that really stays in a country into which it is brought.

The figures don't sound as impressive as the 100-million-dollar amounts of financial markets machinations, or foreign portfolio investments, but the money brought along by relocating foreigners relocating at least is genuine, not just a number in the clouds that will never rain down.

Precisely this kind of foreign investment is very much thought after by many countries of the world. Third World countries? Ha! No, it's the most developed countries that seek that kind of foreign investment. And they know why.

Just check the "investment immigration" pages of the US, Germany, Canada, the UK, France, or whatever rich country. Anybody who brings a good amount of money (typically around 1 million dollars) into the country, and invests it into a new business (not the stock market) receives a fast-track residence permit.

One can look at it from any angle. The secret of genuine foreign investment in any country of the world is attracting rich foreigners to live in the country that wants to attract foreign investments. Everything else is either not genuine or outright trickery.

Countries that want to attract foreign investments should concentrate on making their countries as attractive as possible for rich foreigners to live in.

Countries that want to attract money from outside could make foreigners feel comfortable by providing good security and permitting a fair amount of personal freedom not available anywhere else (for example granting personal drug use). They shouldn't obstruct sexual relationships with locals. Actually, sexual relationships of rich foreigners with locals are a country's best option to bind foreigners, and foreign investments.

Countries can grant citizenship to foreigners who pay for it (by investing 100,000 US dollars or more), and investments in higher amounts will likely follow all by themselves.

Personal freedom and multiple citizenship

Do governments believe that by restricting multiple citizenship, they assure the loyalty of its citizens?

People have a more practical approach. They consider the benefits of holding this or that country's passport.

Third World countries that compete for rich foreign residents and direct foreign investment could gain a competitive edge by granting secondary citizenships.

FIGHTING GLOBALIZATION

Globalization basically assimilates other cultures to the dominant cultures of North America and Western Europe. North American and Western European culture is more tilted towards female sexual strategies and the domestication of men than any other culture around the world. It therefore is evident that cultural differentiation is in the interest of males much more than it is in the interest of females. Thus, it makes perfect sense as a male strategy to oppose globalization, as well as the primary agents of globalization, such as the United Nations, the IMF, the World Bank, and many other kinds of international organizations that interfere with the independence of economically weaker cultures and countries.

Language diversity protects against cultural imperialism

Actually, because not every language is equally suited to express certain ideas, the ideologies that make one culture different from another, are, to a certain extend, a direct consequence of the fact that a different language is spoken and written. For in the same way in which our economic interests form our opinions, so a language has its own dynamics of creating ideas. That East Asia is the culturally most diverse corner of the world is in direct corelation to the presence of more different languages and writing systems than anywhere else. This must be preserved.

Language knowledge makes location-independent


You could possibly study
Is the one
That will provide you
With optimal sex

It is not sexology
Too obvious
And not psychology
Or medicine
Not appetizing

Electrical engineering
Or chemistry
Are closer
But still far off

A subject close to the best
But not yet exactly it
Is sinology

Sinology is good
Because very practical
But I know something better still

Go for linguistics
It prepares you
To study different languages
Quickly

Mass air travel only benefits carriers

Some things are bad. Some things are wrong.

Mass air travel is both bad and wrong.

That people can travel just anywhere within hours is bad because it diminishes the exclusivity one could otherwise enjoy by being different in a different place. (It has many other bad effects, but those I am primarily interested in relate to sexual matters.)

Mass air travel is also wrong because for the mass of air travelers, their journeys do not yield genuine benefits. These people are just misguided by a travel industry that primarily wants to sell its products, which includes mileage in aircraft.

Air travel is also wrong because it is intrinsically more dangerous than other modes of transport. In this context, I am really not interested in statistics. Air travel is unsafe because there are no safety options to fall back on when something goes wrong. And there will always be something that goes wrong.

OPPOSING THE USA

No other country forces its cultural standards on the rest of the world as blatantly as the USA. US aid and US trade are commonly linked to lists in which it is specified to what extent a country conforms to specified standards. It’s a pest.

Thus, anybody who has ambitions, sexual or otherwise, that do not conform to US ideas has an interest to see the US weakened, by whatever strategy.

The anti-freedom United States

Few countries in the world control as strictly as the US what their citizens do to their own bodies. And in few countries is it as easy to become entangled unintentionally in criminal justice proceedings. And this is the case because definitely, no other country has as large and detailed a body of laws and regulations.

Freedom is the opposite of this. As Thomas Hobbes famously noted: "Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the law."

Many people don't know that the US has the most criminalizing statutes of any country because they not contained in a single penal code one could buy at a bookshop.

Instead, there are thousands of regulations with criminal implications spread over topics where one at first may not suspect them.

For example, in the US, certain deeds may not be outlawed by themselves, but it may be outlawed to use interstate highways for them, or the US postal services, or US airways, or the Internet which the US treats as an internal network, because US citizens can access information on it, even when the server is in Serbia and the language used is Suaheli.

And through the backdoor, the US legislature imposes severe punishments on deeds that in themselves are not outlawed, just because interstate highways, or the US postal services, or US airways, or the Internet are used.

This is street-smart cheating. In accordance to common legal sense, if a certain deed in itself is not illegal, the use of an interstate highway, or the US postal services, or US airways, or the Internet, in conducting it could only be a minor offense.

If US legislators are of the opinion that a certain behavior ought to be outlawed, then they should pass such a law. But if they do not have the authority to outlaw a behavior in itself because of constitutional limitations, and if they only have the authority to regulate the means that commonly are applied in conducting a certain behavior, then they should only be allowed to impose fines for what by definition only can be a breach of formalities.

The US legal system is out of proportion because lawmakers can always bypass the intents of the constitution by imposing enormous prison terms on the manner in which deeds are conducted that in themselves are not illegal.

The US is a free country in one aspect: Everyone is free to set up a religion, no matter how idiotic its creed.

Apart from that, many of the liberties people are said to enjoy are not genuine. These liberties are restricted from the fringes, and if nothing else can be used for curtailing them, then there always are the tax laws.

A US citizen can no longer break free Henry Miller style by going to France or East Asia. The current trend for US lawmakers is to internationalize US laws. US lawmakers have found appeal in the Libyan or Iranian model, whereby a country's citizen cannot escape the grip of a country's laws by settling abroad. Thus, more and more US laws apply specifically to US citizens abroad while traditionally, the "law of the land" applied to the area over which a country had jurisdiction.

In most US states, the age of consent to engage in a sexual relationship is 18 years. In many European countries, the age of consent is 16. However, US law prohibits US citizens from having sexual relationships abroad with anyone below the age of 18, and a US citizen who has a sexual relationship with a 17 year old in France or Germany may face a lengthy prison term upon returning to the US, even if in his home state, the age of sexual consent also is 17.

It's the Iranian model for extraterritorial jurisdiction: by Iranian law, a person born as Iranian Muslim cannot escape Iranian citizenship or Iranian law that prohibits a change of religion by settling in, for example, the US and becoming a Christian there.

But conventional wisdom is that Iran will probably not prosecute ex-Iranians who have become US citizens and converted to Christianity, simply because Iranian law enforcement does not have the necessary reach.

On the other hand, an ex-US citizen who has violated, or violates, US extraterritorial laws on sexual conduct with a person below 18 can by no means be sure that the US will not use all the muscle it has to have him stand trial on American soil.

And to be free from US prosecution, everybody has to be careful as for what he uses the Internet for. Because if two men, who both never have been to the US, use the Internet to discuss something that is not illegal in the countries where they are located or in which their passports were issued, they are not safe from being dragged before a US court, as they could still be charged with "using the Internet to conspire to" do something that the US deems contrary to its interests.

The US has a track record for this kind of trickery, and the rest of the world will only be safe from US interference when the US will no longer be powerful enough to interfere. This explains the affinity which is felt by many different camps and many different people around the world who all have different ideologies and different agendas but are united in just one aspect: they resent US meddling in their affairs.

Sexual economics explains Anti-Americanism

It is far too emotional for being based on what usually is cited as a reason for anti-Americanism: military intervention, or unfavorable economic relations. It also has much less to do with Israel than commonly claimed by analysts.

Even during the times of the Soviet Union, there was, outside of the Soviet Union, never as much anti-Sovietism (except McCarthyism) as one finds anti-Americanism even in places far from America. It also was never as emotional as the anti-Americanism that has been around for decades, but reached new heights during the Bush junior years.

Anti-Americanism is as emotional as jealousy, and it is this aspect of anti-Americanism that leads us to its real cause.

In brief, the cultural attitude of the US is: protect the women of other cultures from the local men, and alienate them from local men under the pretext of liberating them; protect the wives of other cultures from their husbands, and raise the wives' awareness that they are mistreated; protect the children of other cultures from their parents and other adults, and incite them to disobedience even if that makes them street children; protect Christian local minorities, and introduce (the essence of this all) American Christian values.

The US may sometimes pretend to be primarily interested in global business and security. But their real intend is cultural imperialism, and they will probably never change their attitude as long as they have the political and military means to interfere. This is the case because US politics is determined primarily by ideological pressure groups, most of which are either Christian fundamentalists, or feminist radicals, and often both at the same time.

The economies of the Philippines and other countries of Southeast Asia now depend more on China than on the US. But in spite of this, there is so little anti-Chinaism, not only in Southeast Asia but anywhere in the world, that the word "anti-Chinaism" doesn't exist (actually, the computer program that was used to check the spelling of the words of this article only knew anti-Americanism, and rejected all other anti-...isms).

The difference is: China does international trade in order to sell and buy goods, and does not interfere with the internal affairs of other countries.

But the US does international trade to gain a foothold for their missionaries and NGOs. While American international businessmen often are lay preachers as well, I don't even know of a single Chinese NGO that would mess in other countries.

On the other hand, the presence of US NGOs and their local lackeys can be overwhelming. The Afghan president Hamid Karzai once mentioned that Afghanistan actually is run by NGOs, and the situation in Cambodia is quite similar. While the attacks of militants in many countries have often been directed against American businesses and their local representatives (the McDonald's or Hiltons), I do assume that militants sooner or later will realize, that what they actually mean to oppose is symbolized rather by NGOs than brands.

US messing with sexual economics in the Third World

Unfortunately, cultural diversity is under attack by US foreign policy and American feminism. It often comes as a concern to protect local women and children.

US governments have repeatedly made it a declared priority to defend women and children around the globe, and so have feminists.

http://www.cfr.org/thinktank/wfp/

http://www.americasquarterly.org/womens-rights-and-US-foreign-policy

The evildoers, obviously, are barbaric local men.

In any society that counts millions of people, it is easy to find personal violence, crime, and perversion. One will also find abuse of women.

The difference is that if negative instances are identified in Western cultures, they are attributed to negative individuals. But if negative instances are identified in remote or traditional cultures, they are viewed as evidence for negative societies.

Policed correctness appears to assume that when a wife kills her husband, the woman was the victim. Of course.

http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/turkish-woman-kills-her-abusive-husband-becomes-an-internet-sensation/news-story/50ba3fb43216e0cf3b8e75e10931d0ed

http://m.france24.com/en/20160131-france-pardon-hollande-woman-abusive-killed

http://www.people.com/people/mobile/article/0,,20993078,00.html

Even if a woman murders her children, it's still somehow a man's fault .

http://www.insideedition.com/headlines/11521-mom-says-she-killed-her-3-sons-because-her-husband-paid-more-attention-to-them

http://motherswhokillchildren.blogspot.com/?m=1

Actually, many traditional societies had and have a working balance between the sexes. It involved and involves more protection of females than in advanced Western societies, and it wasn't or isn't always a bad deal for women.

If we view a comfortable death as an intrinsic quality of life, history has been kinder to women than to men. From tribal warfare to the galley slaves of Rome, from Verdun and Stalingrad to the massacre of Srebrenica, in US police brutality and Latin American gang warfare, men took and take the brunt of human conflict. Throughout history and until today, women could and can count on sympathy. Sympathy may be afforded to male children, but that usually ends when male sexuality evolves.

Disregarding the fact that many men in traditional societies often had and have worse fates than women, American public opinion, US foreign policy, and feminists around the globe equate women with victims, and men with perpetrators.

The perception which men in traditional societies have of the intervention of US foreign policy aiming to protect women is that of disturbing intersexual harmony. The US messes with sexual economics in countries where it aims at protecting local women and children but couldn't care less about local men.

Occasionally, enormous expectations are raised among local women on how good their lives could be in a Westernized society.

Local men feel that US foreign policy and feminists undermine their sexual prospects. That elicits a very emotional response of Anti-Americanism. It mobilizes more men into anti-American organizations than any economic cheating could.

Many people who want a world of cultural diversity, whether this concerns one's own traditional culture or a culture one chooses to adapt, and whether he or she is a Muslim or not, view Islamists, even violent ones, with sympathy. They are at the forefront of defending the world against Americanization.

Because protecting the cultural diversity of the world against Americanization is such a formidable task, it makes sense that forces that oppose it form a strategic alliance.

Such a united front, formally or informally, can include Islamists, Communists, American secessionists, social Utopians, and reactionary royalists. Russian, Chinese, Arabic, or Latino political leaders, and even Asian or African dictators can be useful idiots for a common cause. Because what ultimately counts is getting US involvement out.

NGOs undermining local culture

Whatever their pretended aim, they most of all are Christian missionaries, albeit often without Christian religious phrases. But nevertheless, under the false pretext of aide, all they are interested in is the destruction of local culture, and in superimposing it with Western concepts.

A large number of NGOs draw on the solidarity of Western women to protect their sexual market value by restricting male sexyal options. Traditional cultures are perceived male chauvinist, and are a danger to their concept of domesticating males.

Many local cultures around the world give men sexual rights which are in accordance with the genetic determination of men (which, in turn, is reflected in non-Christian religious beliefs). Local cultures typically see men as head of family, and recognize that men are protectors and providers for women.

In exchange, it is considered natural that women grant men sexual access.

However, this pattern contradicts the Western (Christian) paradigm.

According to the Western paradigm to which all Western NGOs subscribe to, women have to be provided with full economic security by society, with sexuality eliminated from the equation.

The feminist paradigm is that women should never engage in sexual acts for any consideration other than immanent sexual desire.

Anything else is branded rape.

However, because female sexuality is potentially less pronounced than male sexuality, and because female sexuality in its psychological abstraction is directed towards male idols, the net effect of any Western NGO agenda is that local men in Third World countries will end up with no sexual opportunity all their lives.

Thus, men in Third World countries, especially Islamic, Hindu, and Buddhist societies, have a vital interest that any of their political action will target foreign NGOs, especially the women in such NGOs.

They are your enemies.

American religious lunacy

The keyword in US religious fanaticism is "born again" which applies methods of shamanism that have long been proven effective in scientific research. Yes, humans can be moved into ecstatic stages through singing together, listening to ecstatic speeches, or ecstatic praying. The techniques were and are the same, from Voodoo cults to Mesmerization, and from Hitler speeches to the congregations of born again Christians.

Yes, individuals who have participated in any of these congregations report that the events had a great personal impact. But that doesn't mean that the messages communicated by those who lead or manipulate these events are true.

So, what do I make of US politicians or US Supreme Court justices who are "born again" Christians?

My opinion is that any politician, and especially any Supreme Court justice who has fallen for the "born again" hocus-pocus is actually not fit for the job. A Supreme Court justice ought to have a high degree of impartiality. In the legal system of any country, sectarians are inappropriate.

Politically, Europeans are weaklings. They don't have enough unity to stand up against US-American fundamentalist agendas. And anyway, the UK is the fifth column of the US, undermining any moves to differentiate Europe from the US. Islamic extremists, because they are fundamentalists themselves, by and large have a better understanding of the US frame of mind. More clearly than Europeans, they see the US' cultural and Christian agenda behind US political moves.

The Muslim world will still progress on the path to the caliphate. Whether that goal will be achieved cannot be predicted yet.

But while the Muslim world is strong enough to oppose US cultural imperialism, I wouldn't want the role of US cultural imperialism over my life replaced by Islamic cultural imperialism.

There is only one major power left in the world that hasn't been discussed yet, and that is China.

No religious fanaticism there. While everybody is free to practice a religion for himself, those who practice a religion are banned from government positions. Very good.

And religious sects that apply Voodoo techniques are outlawed. Even better.

And those who instigate public disturbance by selling promises for an eternal life if only one follows their religious and political agenda may be jailed. Advocates of a protective state should understand this. The weaker elements of a society have a right to be protected from preachers of dangerous nonsense.

I very much wish that China will become a major player on the world stage for ideologies. But making one's influence felt on the world stage requires resources. For this reason, it is important that China develops economically, and that China becomes rich, whatever it takes.

In my opinion, the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party have well understood this. No, they are not capitalists. I believe they have a Marxist political agenda. Which is why they do allow whatever supports economic development, but they won't yield political control... definitely not to US-style "democrats" with a hidden Christian agenda.

‘Born again’ cultural imperialists

But among Protestant zealots and missionaries, you can find those who have been "born again". Who have been "sinners" only yesterday, and today, they talk and behave as if they have been religious authorities for decades. And they typically tell everybody (but especially those who do not want to hear it) that absolutely everything depends on Jesus Christ. Yes, every born-again Christian is supposed to publicly bear witness and to spread the word, which means: to be a missionary.

They are a nuisance, but they also are something worse: an anti-hedonistic, imperialistic army.

Their activities are not restricted to spreading Christianity by word only. As they are totally convinced of Christianity's moral superiority, they also are out to spread the faith by good deeds. In a style for which the Salvation Army has long been the role model, they first help the poor, and then entice them to join in prayers.

The principal difference between the old-fashioned Salvation Army and the modern missionaries is that the Salvation Army works a harder turf. They are active around railway stations in Western countries, providing meals to old alcoholics who sleep rough. Those are street-smart. They know that if they pretend piety, they may not just get a warm meal but maybe even a few dollars... enough for a bottle of booze.

But modern Protestant zealots don't join the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is boring, and not exotic enough. Modern Christian zealots have discovered Third World hunger, and even more so, the plight of Third World children. They join NGOs, and make a showcase of a Third World country's inability to provide sufficient protection to its children.

And yes, they feel very, very good about themselves. Which is why they are in the game.

Oh, I am totally in favor of massive vaccination campaigns against common preventable child diseases in poor countries, financed by money from rich countries. Malaria eradication could save the lives of millions of children.

If they were genuinely serious about saving the lives of children in Third World countries, the best that born-again do-gooders could do would be to stay in the US, work hard, not allow themselves any pleasures, and donate 80 percent of their salaries to international malaria eradication efforts.

How boring! How void of dramatic excitement! How totally unappealing and non-stimulating! How little effect when what they aim for is, no, not to help the poor, but self-fulfillment as missionaries.

No, they don't want that, and they won't do it even if each of them could save hundreds of child lives per year, thousands in a lifetime. Instead they become volunteers and venture themselves into poor Third World countries, equipped with little money, but loaded with eagerness to praise the Lord, their Lord, with good and moral deeds.

They start community projects in villages, set up safe-houses for battered housewives, or orphanages for abandoned children. If the yardstick is saving lives, the effect of their actions is minimal. But it's anyway not really about saving lives. It's more about an interesting life for themselves, and about profiling themselves as moral leaders in a far land, whose inhabitants they regard as savages... though, they admit, friendly ones (they normally wouldn't be prepared to become martyrs among unfriendly savages, which is why you find many more missionaries in, let's say, Cambodia, than in Iraq).

Of course, their altruism is fake. If the poor country where they have an easy time profiling themselves as moral authorities were, by a sudden stroke of fortune, to become rich overnight, they would be the first ones on the next morning to complain that "now they are rich!" and no longer friendly.

Don't you see that for them, the poverty of Third World countries is just the stage they need in order to play the role of the white knight? Or a ticket to sainthood?

The trickery of economic aid

The trickery of economic aid works like this: dump your industrial surplus in undeveloped countries, and thereby make it impossible that a competing industry will ever grow there. Aid is but protectionism of rich countries. Through state subventions and subsidies, prices of export products become artificially low. In normal trade relations, such dumping would be a case for international jurisdiction. But when disguised as aid, rich countries can dump their surplus at such low prices, that every local producer is bankrupted.

Where the EU supplies cheap diary, no man with capital would want to invest in cattle farming. Where cars and spare parts are imported from Japan at tariffs below 5 percent, nobody will even try to produce even just wipers. Where television stations can show imported soaps, no movie industry will ever evolve.

Open trade only favors developed countries. For undeveloped countries, open trade means that they stay undeveloped because they never can compete with established production facilities in developed countries, especially when the governments of developed countries, through state subventions, allow their industries to dump their surplus at below production costs.

Aid is just a dumping orgy. And rich nations expect to be applauded for this.

On what to spend your money

More luxurious cars, nicer houses, expensive shoes or jewelry? Who needs that?

The only thing that counts are optimal sexual relationships. If one's sex life is optimal, it's alright to live in a bamboo hut and use public transport... or even just walk, and that for many, many kilometers.

Many men spend money on luxuries, not because they enjoy them but because luxuries express status, and they want to express status because they want to attract attractive females. If being a homeless, begging monk would be most suitable to attract women, then you would see a very large number of men switching to that lifestyle.

But if luxuries are an unneeded diversion, what should men who possess a lot of money spend it on?

Sooner or later, it will be political causes. Causes that benefit them directly, not just economically but, ultimately, sexually.

It is impossible for constructive processes to have such an effect. Only destructive causes are radical enough to change the modes by which humans live together so fundamentally that men with means, and brains, will have a far-reaching chance to benefit.

Possible causes include movements that fractionate countries, especially the USA. More, and smaller, countries mean more options. Smaller countries have also less capacity to intervene in other countries. Any political independence movement in the Western world deserves support.

Another possible cause are movements that favor the liberalisation of drugs. Drugs undermine conventional morals and value systems. Drug subcultures also undermine the common sexual discrimination of older people.

Possible minor causes can be isolationist political agendas, any kind of multiculturalism, as it is a seed for fragmentation, and causes that ease worldwide migration. Mixing up things has the potential to result in conflict, conflict is destructive, and opportunities follow destruction.

Subverting the USA

They had such a zone, in Afghanistan, and they could have established it in other parts of the Muslim world if they would not have chosen to attack the US so violently. For violence generates counter-violence, as is evident in Afghanistan and Iraq.

I am not an Islamist. I am very critical of the US but I don't go on a rampage. I indeed want to live in peace, with as little interference in my personal affairs by any state or religion.

If that is one's political wish, there are much more promising strategies to oppose US interference in other parts of the world than to fly planes into US targets.

The most promising strategy would be to change the political balance in the US.

The US is proud of their democratic tradition. But it's not that US presidents and US parliaments would represent actual majorities of US citizens.

In the US political system, only around half of eligible voters do indeed vote. Those who do not vote, as majorities of inner city populations, do not feel that US presidents and parliaments represent their interest. They do not vote because they rightly believe that it doesn't make a difference whether public affairs are run by Democrats or Republicans.

Republicans and Democrats may differ on many policy issues, but they agree on a political system that keeps all other parties out.

Voting districts often are not genuine geographical units, but gerrymandered in a manner that assures that either a Republican or Democrat will become a district's representative. This is sophisticated, but electoral cheating. Nobody but the US gets away with that.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerrymandering

Elections in the US are publicity contests. Real political issues are less relevant than how skilled a candidate and his camp is in generating sympathy.

Because so much in the US depends on the media, and because the media is an open market in the US, it is much smarter to use one's war chest to influence US politics and public affairs through the media, rather than trying warfare with abducted planes and suicide bombers.

The religious extremists of the Scientology sect have understood much better than the religious extremists of Al Qaida.

Of course, the Scientologists, being US-based, are better positioned to employ the most promising tactics (e.g. creeping into Hollywood).

http://www.scientollywood.org/

Whom to support in US politics? Maybe the Libertarian Party [http://www.lp.org/], admittedly a small force in US politics. They claim that they are the third largest party in the US, but they are so far behind the Republicans and the Democrats that most people would not consider them a worthwhile alternative. Lifting them to just 10 percent of the vote would have an enormous impact on the US public and political landscape.

I share their high respect for personal freedom. What a person does to his own body, is the person's own business (e.g. in the case of drug use). Where there is consent between two people, and the matter does not affect other people, no government intervention is called for. These are essential ideas about personal freedom on which the Libertarian Party focuses more strongly than any other political organization in the US, and in this, they even express a common sentiment in the US.

There are two reasons why I advocate that those who want to change the world have a stake in the Libertarian Party.

One is that the Libertarian Party expresses a very valid concern: we want as much personal freedom as possible.

The second is more clandestine: the Libertarian Party would weaken the US. And anything that weakens the US is welcome news for all who oppose a world order by US design.

The Libertarian Party advocates self-determination for ever smaller social entities. OK, let them dismantle the central state, and the federal states. Mid-Western farming communities won't meddle on the world stage.

They support the right for everybody to be armed to the teeth. Great. Let them be consumed in community warfare. They will then be less inclined to send troops abroad.

The Libertarian Party anyway preaches almost total disengagement from world affairs.

Having a stronger Libertarian Party in the US, or more Libertarian philosophy in other parties, would benefit almost everybody who suffers or feels infringed because of US intervention around the world.

Muslims in other parts of the World who just want to be left in peace would benefit as non-interference is a cornerstone of US foreign policy as envisioned by the Libertarian Party.

Anybody in the world who is incarcerated for drug use because of US machination could pin some hope on the Libertarian Party, and so could all their relatives who want their family member back, for the Libertarian Party advocates the liberty to used drugs as one wishes, and the release of all who have been convicted in drug cases.

There is no point in achieving progress in the Ukraine, Uganda, or Uruguay. Everybody who wants real change in the world will be more effective working for change in the United States. And supporting the Libertarian Party, or Libertarian ideas, offers considerable leverage. For all those who are interested in destabilizing the US while presumably supporting US political ideals should think of ways to support the Libertarian Party.

Political machinations on par with the strategic considerations outlined in this article have so far been the realm primarily of the CIA. The CIA has long understood that in the worldwide political chess game, you can support organizations in a targeted country not so much because you share their vision but because of the net effect that supporting such organizations has on the political landscape.

The CIA has a long record of "peaceful" (mostly financial) undercover support for destabilizing forces in targeted countries. Such forces include pro-democracy activists, press-freedom advocates, religious lunatics, ethnic independence movements, and so on.

The strategies of the CIA and other US institutions applying similar tactics have worked well time and again, and they did play a part in the demise of the soviet empire.

Independence, a missed opportunity for subversion

For most former Third World colonies, to seek and obtain independence after World War II was a waste of an historic opportunity.

Please note: I speak of Third World countries, not of New World countries. (Europe and the Mediterranean rim = Old World; the Americas, specifically North America = New World; Africa and distant Asia, as well as other corners of the globe not considered Old World or New World = Third World).

Independence was objectively wrong because overall, it was not advantageous for the Third World nations that obtained it; it independence didn't benefit the average man, woman, and child.

Of course, independence was beneficial to local elites in the newly independent nations. In their exploitation of the common man, local elites don't like to be policed by European masters. Yes, for the likes of Mobutu, Marcos, and Mugabe, the independence of their respective nations worked out just fine.

At least for some time.

But for the average Zairean, Filipino, and Zimbawean, as well as the average Indian, Algerian, and Vietnamese, integration with the colonial motherland would have been much nicer, if not initially, then for sure in the long run.

The main benefit would have been access to the motherland's educational infrastructure (in educational institutions as well as character-forming pear pressure).

If Algeria in the 1960s would have demanded full integration with France rather than independence, then one third of the current French legislature and government would be in the hands of Arabs.

The three French departments on Algerian soil already were constitutionally equal to departments in the French motherland, though average Algerian Arabs had no voice in them, only the French settlers who made up 10 percent of the population.

Nevertheless, this was a base Arabs could have built on, and indeed, one of the options offered by General de Gaulle to the Arab Algerian population was full integration with France. (France 1946-1969 (http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/~os0tmc/contem/fifth.htm)

And, mind you, Mahatma Gandhi started his political career not by demanding independence for India, but full citizenship rights for Indians in the British Empire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahatma_Gandhi).

French colonies that didn't acquire independence, such as French Polynesia and New Caledonia, today are far, far better off than Haiti and non-French Cambodia.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_overseas_departments_and_territories)

It's a similar story for Hawaii, which initially really was just colonized by the US.

Yes, the colonial powers exploited the colonies. But the eigendynamics of Western political culture, with their strong egalitarian and legalitarian foundations, virtually guaranteed emancipation in the future. And yes, this was predictable. Even at the height of the colonial era, British state philosophy held that integrating Third World nations into the British colonial empire was beneficial to the colonized countries. Using a term coined by Rudyard Kipling, it was considered the "white man's burden" to improve the lot of uncivilized nations.

White man's burden

(http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5478/)

Nowadays, the big prize for any Algerian is to make it to France, and for any Indian to make it to England, and to become a legal resident, if not a citizen, there.

Yes, the colonial powers exploited the colonies. But did independence for the colonies stop the exploitation? No, because the only difference is that now, Third World countries can be exploited without the West feeling a moral obligation to return benefits to the general population there (not our responsibility!).

Typically, after Third World nations obtained independence, it was sufficient if some generals, not the general population, benefited from the exploitation by Old and New World entrepreneurs. That came much cheaper, so exploitation accelerated.

In many Third World countries, the standard of living of the general population has clearly declined since colonial times. I quote the following from an African social scientist:

"There is a disparaging joke that never tires of making the rounds among Africans. This joke suggests that given a truly open, free, fair and fearless referendum, a majority of Africans would vote to bring an end to Independence and bring back colonial rule."

The fact that in many Third World countries, foreign investment has contributed to a European skyline is misleading. The skyline often is either not locally owned, or has been paid for by credits received from Old or New World governments and banks.

Credits are an elegant means to handcuff the governments of Third World countries. Once Third World countries have used their initial credit lines (and largely spent it for representative purposes), they are easily blackmailed by the IMF. "Yes, we will restructure your debt, and you can draw emergency funds, but listen, that trade barrier for US corn and EU milk will have to go. And the patents for US music must be honored. And hey, stop gangling the pro-Western opposition, the Christian churches, and the independence movement in this or that corner of your country."

(http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/2000/03/fotc20.html)

And if Third World governments don't obey the prescribed political regimen?

Nowadays, the sharpest weapons of the West are not swords or words but trade embargoes. "Hey, Third World governments, if you don't want to pay old credits, then you can kiss good bye finance guarantees for the importation of the machinery you need to develop your country. And if that threat won't do, and especially if you don't want to stay in line with our policies on free trade and human rights, we just impose a trade embargo. That means: you won't even have the computers you need for your country's administration, nor the antibiotics to treat your sick children. Mr. President, you are in government now, but if you can't assure basic supplies, your own population will take care that sooner or later, you are out of government (and probably in jail)."

The above illustrated mechanisms result in a typical government/population pattern in countries as far apart as Peru and Pakistan, or Morocco and Malaysia. In the general population, anti-US sentiment is high, and there is either silent happiness or outright joy if the US is hit by events such as what happened on 9/11. However, the local heads of government typically are pro-US, simply because they don't have any other choice if they want to save their skin.

The development of Third World countries brought about by foreign investment often isn't as beneficial as it pretends to be. Each Carrefour puts out of business hundreds or thousands of independent shop owners, and the industrially produced corn and rice from the US, and the industrially produced milk from the EU totally undermine the livelihood of local farmers until a country no longer is self-sufficient even for its basic nutritional needs.

Instead, there is an ever growing part of the population that has nothing to offer but their horsepower by the hour. The dependence of a country on foreign investment steadily grows, as only foreign investment can create the jobs for the growing number of unemployed.

Foreign investment erodes a country's political independence without giving it the benefit of the responsibility of a colonial power. The more a country's economy is dominated by foreign investment, the more vulnerable it is to any trade sanction imposed by the US. India, which used to emphasize self-reliance at the cost of developmental velocity used to be difficult to blackmail for the US.

India is also large enough to remain independent. It is obvious that the more human society develops, the more segmented will be its structure. For a viable size of each segment, a developed country needs a larger population base than an undeveloped country.

A country as small as newly independent East Timor, with a population of less than 1 million, will never be able to have an own range of agricultural, industrial, and service sectors as does the US with more than 300 times the population. Actually, contrary to what US diplomats usually stress, a Third World shattered into many small nations is highly advantageous to the US.

Nations of the size of Grenada, or even as large as Panama, are easily controlled politically, and they can even be invaded within a day by a handful of US troops for whimsical reasons.

If we hold that the purpose of human reasoning is to justify what is advantageous to us, it is not by accident that the West is silently in support of practically every independence movement that springs to life anywhere in the Third World.

This policy, of course, has been pursued since the times, former colonies have become independent. And Al-Qaida isn't just a terrorist organization driven by religious hatred for the US but also a political one with a well-defined program: the reversal of the splitting of the Muslim world into many small nation sates.

Osama bin Laden's Scary Vision of a Grand Muslim Super State

http://hnn.us/articles/7378.html

Only large countries, such as China and India are today, and a grand Muslim super state certainly would be, have, in the long run, the power to resist complete US domination. Which is why it is a known, albeit non-official, US policy to fractionize countries into smaller units.

One such fractionizing policy has been presented, complete with a map, by retired US Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, who is considered an influential think tank contributor.

Map for a New Middle East

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=NAZ20061116&articleId=3882

One has to be aware that even unofficial US support can lend enormous momentum to regional forces that intend to split away from certain nations (in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey). Anyway you turn it, the proposal sows conflict, which of course makes it easier for the US to control this part of the world. Thus, putting forward this map will anyway benefit the US, even if there is no serious intention to have the maps withdrawn.

UNDERMINING WESTERN CULTURE

Western culture refers to the culture of Western Europe, North America, and Australia. It does not refer to Westernized Third World cultures.

Western culture is tilted against the sexual interests of a large number of men.

It is tilted against the sexual interests of minorities, especially immigrants, and it is tilted against successful men in general because it puts severe limits on the scalability of sexuality. Successful men, economically, politically, or just publicly, cannot optimize their benefits from sexual relationships. They are caught in a one-women-one-man social and legal system. And the more successful they are, the more is their sexual freedom limited by a free press whose function is social control, and the undermining of personal freedom.

Successful men in Western culture do not have better sex than average men. Rather the opposite. Even in low-class and criminal subcultures, men of good social intelligence are likely to fare sexually better than men who conform to what is considered a successful existence.

For successful men, to scale and optimize sex would mean a life of multiple relationships of love and sex, consecutively or parallel, with optimal sexual partners. The faulty idea of lasting love and a single exclusive lifelong sexual relationship is not the optimal sex prior to a comfortable death that Kreutz Ideology is about. It’s not for women, and, even more so, not for men.

Western culture is defined by outmoded sex-negative Christianity and sex-negative feminism.

Sometimes, outmoded constructs can be repaired. But sometimes, it makes more economic sense to just discard them.

Making conditions in Europe more favorable for men

Western men often feel that actually, they have many good qualities. Western men are usually less violent in relationships with women than men in other cultures. Western men probably feel more restraint towards gang raping women then men in other cultures. Western men make more attempts in being accommodating towards the feelings of women. Western men often have a good amount of intellectual professional capabilities to manage the economic foundations of s partnership.

But Western men often feel that women, especially feminists, do not appreciate the qualities of Western men. Western men often feel that fault is put on them indiscriminately.

In Western Europe, this could probably be ameliorated quickly and fundamentally by allowing a lot of migration of people from geographic fringes where male behavior towards women is less respectful. Feminists would then view Western men less negative.

Sexual economics and refugee migration

A large number of refugees from Asia and Africa are trying to migrate to Europe. As of this time, many men and women in Europe are still confused about the implications on sexual economics. Men and women still view refugee migration in line with political affiliations or political sympathies. This will change once awareness of the effects of refugee migration on sexual economics has trickled down.

Migration from countries with higher levels of male violence will likely up the violence levels in Europe. This may be unpleasant for men and women in Europe, but it sure is more unpleasant for women and girls than for men. Women will become more protection-oriented. This enhances the sexual market value of European males.

When protection concerns in relationships are more pronounced, females will likely compromise on other aspects. Women will be more interested to preserve relationships, even if they are not ideal. Even within relationships, females will trade more sex for protection.

In societies with a higher level of inherent violence, feminist demands get pushed into the background.

Furthermore, refugee immigrants import social, mostly Islamic, models of society which are biased towards men, in contrast to Western European leftist liberalism which is biased against men.

The presence of an Islamic model of society in Europe is good for European men, whether they convert or remain non-religious. Either way it supports their sexual interests.

Why immigrants in Europe have all reason to resist integration and assimilation

Sexual economics predict a low success rate.

In Europe, Muslim migrant males have a low sexual market value. Few native European women are in favor. First generation migrants may not sense this fully because of language barriers and being rooted in the culture of origin.

Second generation male migrants feel it fully. This is why radical-looser violence is typical for second generation migrants.

Apart from second generation male migrants, how does migration from Africa and Asia affect the sexual economics of other strata of society?

Young females of migrant families should be in favor of integration. Western societies give them a better sexual market value. But Muslim migrant families are likely to oppose the Westernization of their daughters, out of solidarity with the daughters' brothers.

Western women do not benefit from the migration of large numbers of Muslims. Western culture affords women a better position than Middle-Eastern and North African Muslim culture. For Western European women, a parallel Muslim culture within Western Europe is an unwelcome showcase on how other working cultures give women a lower position.

Men in Western countries actually benefit from Muslim migration because the presence of Muslim culture enhances the desirability of native Western men.

Muslim migration undermines feminism, so men who feel short-changed by feminism should be in support of Muslim migration. Ironically, men benefit all the more from Muslim migration if they profess contempt for Islam.

Because practically all cultures outside Western Europe give men a better position, supporting cultural diversity is intrinsically advantageous for Western men.

To preserve cultural diversity, African and Asian immigrants should resist integration into European societies. A Muslim sub-culture at least give Muslim males a high sexual market value within this sub-culture, largely immune from inversion by native Western European men.

The obvious Muslim male strategy is to live in rich Western countries according to their cultural and legal traditions. No, definitely going home to the countries of their origin, is not a sensible option.

Muslim males may feel that they have an important role to play in Western societies, which is to undermine detestable Western culture.

Their presence in Europe keeps cultural imperialists busy at home. Thereby they contribute to the preservation of indigenous cultures in the region of their origin.

Confronting cultural imperialists within their home countries is much easier, and less dangerous, than in Asia or Africa.

In Europe, cultural imperialists have to play by their own, hypocritical, rules. Muslim migrants can use their courts of law, and, if they acquired European citizenship, even the ballot box, to defend their own culture.

The subversive strategy should include to have many children who are raised in accordance with their traditional culture.

For demography is destiny.

DISMANTLING DEMOCRACY

The gender-specific resource of females is sexuality. If in short supply, it can be traded. Male sexuality isn’t in short supply. It isn’t of a high exhange value.

Potential male resources that can be traded are protection from adverse natural and social environments, economic support, and emotional commitment.

In rich, peaceful Western societies, the value of protection and economic support diminishes. Thus remains emotional commitment. It is the willingness of a man to submit himself to a woman for an infinite time, exclusively and domesticated, while granting a woman a high degree of freedom, even for sexual adventures. It’s a feminist ideal to trade the resource of female sexuality for as many benefits as can be imagined.

Rich peaceful societies are not good for men. They diminish the exchange value of protection and economic support.

Chaos and poverty are inherently good for men, making male resources more valuable. Chaos and poverty also are opportunities for personal freedom.

Well organized, rich societies can implement a lot of social control. Male sexuality is best optimized where there is little social control and economic need.

Large poor countries with a lot of ethnic, religious, and cultural internal fragmentation and weak long-ruling political establishments usually interfere least with personal freedom.

Social control is easier to implement in small countries, in rich countries, and in ethnically, religiously, and culturally homogeneous countries. New governments, especially after revolutions, always implement more social control than existed before. But even in disorganized poor countries, direct democracy usually limits personal and sexual freedom, because elections are won by exploiting the hatred and envy of a populace towards those deemed privileged or less restricted.

Kreutz Ideology and political systems

Kreutz Ideology is about personal freedom.

Strong government usually interferes with personal freedom. Therefore, Kreutz Ideology normally advocates weak government, and the reduction of states to the functions of night-watchmen.

Weak government that respects personal freedom is probably most likely, but not necessarily, achieved by structured representation of citizens in governing institutions. Villages and neighborhoods elect representatives for city or county councils. City or county councils elect representatives for district councils. District councils elect representatives for provincial councils. Provincial councils elect representatives for national parliaments.

On any level, councils elect executive and judicial officials. The aim is to avoid that top-level institutions are strong.

But while Kreutz Ideology points out the potential benefits of structured representation, a political system is not per se the highest-ranking concern of Kreutz Ideology on a social level.

The highest ranking concern is personal freedom.

The highest degree of personal freedom may be found in a country with structured representation as outlined above, or in a military dictatorship, or a monarchy, or in a failed state, or in a direct-vote democracy. Conditions depend on so many factors that they are hard to predict and vary from place to place, and time to time.

Kreutz Ideology doesn't favor certain political systems as a matter of principle, and Kreutz Ideology doesn't oppose certain political systems as a matter of principle.

But as a matter of principle, Kreutz Ideology is about personal freedom.




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Ben-Jonathan, N., (2018) Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Breast Cancer: The Saga of Bisphenol A Estrogen Receptor and Breast Cancer pp 343-37720 Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Chaturapanich G, Chaiyakul S, Verawatnapakul V, Pholpramool C. (2008) Effects of Kaempferia parviflora extracts on reproductive parameters and spermatic blood flow in male rats. Reproduction Volume 136 Issue 4 Pages :515-522 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Edwards, S. E, da Costa Rocha, I., Williamson, E.M., Heinrich, M (2015) Tongkat ali eurycoma longifolia jack Phytopharmacy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medicinal Products John Wiley & Sons Retrieved from : John Wiley & Sons - Phytopharmacy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medicinal Products

Kant Shukla, K., Ali Mah, A., Kaleem Ahmad M., Shankhwar, S.N., Rajender, S., Jaiswar, S.P. Mucuna pruriens improves male fertility by its action on the hypothalamus–pituitary–gonadal axis. Fertility and Sterility Volume 92, Issue 6, Pages: 1934-1940 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Lassen, T.H., Iwamoto, T., Jensen, T.K., Skakkebæk, N. (2014) Trends in Male Reproductive Health and Decreasing Fertility: Possible Influence of Endocrine Disrupters Low Fertility and Reproductive Health in East Asia Pages: 117-135 Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Ongwisespaiboon O, Jiraungkoorskul W. (2017) Fingerroot, Boesenbergia rotunda and its Aphrodisiac Activity. Pharmacognosy Reviews Volume 1 Issue 21 Pages:27-30 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Rahman, M.S., Kwon, W.S., Lee, J.S., Yoon, S.J., Ryu, B.Y., Pang, M.J. (2015) Bisphenol-A Affects Male Fertility via Fertility-related Proteins in Spermatozoa Scientific Reports Article number: 9169 Retrieved from: https://www.nature.com/articles/srep09169

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Tambi MI, Imran MK, Henkel RR. (2012) Standardised water-soluble extract of Eurycoma longifolia, Tongkat ali, as testosterone booster for managing men with late-onset hypogonadism? Andrologia Pages:226-30. Tongkatali.org Bibliography

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Abul Kasem, Muslims’ Final Abode: Paradise or Allah’s Whore-House

Sheikh Yusuf Estes, 72 Virgins in Heaven?

Dr Fuad-deen Olabisi Kekere-ekun, Female Virginity In Islam – Islam for Muslims – Nairaland

Kumiko, The Islamic Garden

IslamReligion.com, An Introduction to Polygamy in Islam

Arif Rohman, Reinterpret Polygamy in Islam: A Case Study in Indonesia

9 Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, The Concept of Polygamy and the Prophets Marriages

M. Shahid Ebrahim, The Political Economy and the Perennial Underdevelopment of the Muslim World

V. Kubalkova, Foreign Policy in a Constructed World

Jane Smith, Muslim-Christian Relations: Historical and Contemporary Realities

Sound Vision Staff Writer, Muslim-Christian relations, the good, the bad

Mark Grough and Toby Goldbach, Relationship Between Pimps and Prostitutes

Brian Palmer, How Do Prostitutes Pay Their Taxes?

Allison Schrager, The economics of high-end prostitutes

Rosemary Hennessy & Chrys Ingraham, Materialist Feminism: A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women’s Lives

Cheryl M. Toth, The Definition and Facts of Prostitution

The Crown Prosecution Service, Prostitution and Exploitation of Prostitution

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Victoria Smith and Brian Halpin, Low-wage Work Uncertainty often Traps Low-wage Workers

Martin Rama, Globalization and Workers in Developing Countries

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Eric Gossett, Technology and Control under (Moral) Uncertainty

Dmytro Taranovsky, An Essay about Sex

Carol Vlassoffcorresponding, Gender Differences in Determinants and Consequences of Health and Illness

Linda L. Carli, Gender and Social Influence




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