Flower scented air freshener, polluting the atmosphere?
Carcinogenic candy, shaped and flavored like fruit?
Electronic tread mills, to go for a simple walk?
So many of these seemingly minor elements blend, with inhuman in-perfection, right into the big lie of civilized deceit culture. Poisonous products and perverted ideas are posed, advertised and sold as the ‘necessities’ of human life. These are the toxic mimics.
Paying for something, especially if it is essential for survival, usually means it is a toxic mimic of a similar thing that should have been available – to find, grow or create for ourselves. For free. Every human has deep needs and longings which inform behavior. From the basics of biology come the need to eat, be warm and have a safe spot to sleep, but attached to these are also the more complex desires of identity, relationships and community. The need for acceptance, love and companionship, the need for communication, guidance and learning and the need for mutual relationships – friendships of give and take.
In healthy human societies these needs can be met directly from the generous bounty of the earth, and the loving relationships which arise from living and cooperating closely with other people. But in toxic mimic culture any need is perceived as a potential ‘market’ – and there are those middle-men who would step in to exploit it for profit and power. There is even, insane incentive for these inhumans to deliberately destroy wild nature and human communities so that people will pay for a mimic replacement. And they do…
The most recognizable global example of this is where territories rich in animals and natural foods are fenced off, the people evicted, and the wilderness cleared for paddocks – so that farmed foods and meat can be sold back to those same hungry people for a money profit.
Inside civilization the mimics are smaller and more subtle, but all stem from the same principals and exhibit the same side effects – perverting a simple desire and destroying the supportive community spirit which could provide it, free and clear.
These mimics are strong symbolic examples of how money fundamentally warps the experience of being human.
If you have spotted any poisonous impostors which belong to this list in progress give us a shout! wee are listening! By calling them out wee can begin to change the toxic trend!
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