“Why would you want to live a good life doing the right thing? What do you actually have to gain?”
If you talk to people about corruption, sexism, racism or any form of injustice and inequality, they’ll tell you: “oh it’s everywhere, but what can you do?” It’s as if it’s an accepted aspect of humanity. Why is this accepted? In addition to this, how is it the corrupt, sexist, racist lairs of the world, seem to have it so good, while the rest of us struggle on regardless? How is it we seem able to accept this? In particular, here in the UK, we even place these kinds of people, at the top of our hierarchical systems. Princess and princesses, kings and queens, lords and sirs, taking us up the rear, as we lie face down, biting into the pillows of denial and ignorance.
There was a time when we feared harming, using and abusing other humans. Fear and guilt were the control rod, yet now this is fading, (the church spectacularly failing in its duty) what is to replace this control mechanism? Perhaps, if the just and the good were less accepting of the rife abuse in the world today, things would be different. One things for sure, some of us are getting very tired, of feeling like we’re being made fools of.
The art of fuckology, is all about understanding how to gain the upper hand over the abusers. Here at The Freedman College we ask: what is it we need to do, to start winning the game, and the battle for freedom?
Initially, it involves questioning our thinking, and opening our minds to the alternatives. Never accepting the norms, and never accepting abuse, means we need to break free from the pack: become less of a sheep and more of a wolf.
Next, we must question established patterns. Be these patterns our ways of life, ways of thinking, or ways we find to excuse ourselves of our duty. Yep, that’s right, duty. It has to be all of our duties, to bring on the necessary changes required, to stop the current system of abuse.
“The Art of Fuckology happens within the individual. You’ll see them, those who’ve mastered it. You’ll notice their differences. You’ll notice they’re healthy and free, it’s as if they glow in the fucking dark!”
Fuckology says: I’m no longer going to put up with being fucked over by the abusers of this world. We raise our awareness of the users and abusers and we simply cut them out of our lives. In other words we fuck, the fucking fuckers, by cutting their influence out. These fuckers are afraid of being lonely and we need to make that fear their reality. Simple.
We may face some problems along the way. At this time, the system is so biased, and set to advantage the abusers, that if we try to cease all of the abuse, immediately, we could end up in prison. So cleverness, cunning and caution is advised. For example, the media of television is currently fucking up your life, and your licence fee is being used for immoral purposes (for proof see today’s UK news.) So don’t just stop paying for your TV licence, that is illegal. The solution is to get rid of your television all together. Sound hard? Not if you put your mind to it, and besides, you have our support. Be assured, it will be an effective fuckology. You will simply cut out the influence of the fuckers.
In answer to our initial questions, what we have to gain from living good lives, and doing the right thing by others, is not a place in some fictional heaven, no. What we have to gain, is the creation of a heaven within our own world and our own minds. It starts with you. Make a decision, about who and what you allow into your life, and that of our children’s.
Lose the fear. More fuckology advice to follow, soon.